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2005 9/11 Memorial Blood Drive volunteers assist donors at the refreshment canteen.

Remembering 9/11

What so proudly we hail

HIGHLAND LAKE, NY—This 20-foot-wide flag, originally flown in the World Trade Center district in New York City after the Twin Towers collapsed, is proudly displayed in front of Sand Beach. The huge flag was a gift to Sand Beach owners Pete and Cindy Finck, who received it earlier this year. The flag appeared as a symbol of patriotism and hope in New York City in the days following the tragedy of September 11, and will continue to carry its message here.

“The flag will be displayed in front of Sand Beach until a big enough flag pole can be purchased,” said owner Pete Finck.

For more information call 845/557-8757.

Prayer service

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‘Steel Magnolias’ to blossom at the Rivoli

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY—The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop will present “Steel Magnolias” at the Rivoli Theatre, Route 42 in South Fallsburg for six performances in September.

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Internationally renowned artist at Salon d’Arts

JEFFERSONVILLE, NY—The Salon d’Arts of Jeffersonville, at 4917 Main Street, will present the serigraphs of Dan Christensen in a show that starts Sunday, September 10 and ends after Columbus Day. There will be an opening brunch on September 10 from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m., with complimentary champagne and mimosas.

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