TRR photo by Richard A. Ross
Jackie Ellmauer, left, and Erika Schmidt showed their dancing prowess to the pulse of “One, Two Step” by Ciara.

Talent rocks the house at Sullivan West

Annual National Honor Society fundraiser featured diverse acts and an evening of fun

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY—Year after year, the talent show hosted by the National Honor Society of Sullivan West is a real crowd pleaser. This year’s show packed the house as the audience was treated to 14 acts. Fine performances ranged from the lilting classical violin playing of Julia Berger of Jules Massenet’s “Meditation from Thais,” to the ear-splitting rock of the band Eight Minutes Late.

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Musical gift helps to build Habitat home

Quilt raffle raises additional funds

By SANDY LONG

WURTSBORO, NY—A gifted group of musicians will bestow a gift of music and song at the Community Church of Wurtsboro on Saturday, November 25 at 8:00 p.m. “Simple Gifts: A Concert of Joy and Thanks,” will be offered as a benefit concert to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity of Sullivan County.

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Don’t tempt fate

Sullivan West’s productions of “A Touch of Evil,” and “The Monkey’s Paw” share a common theme

By RICHARD A. ROSS

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY—Be careful what you wish for; you may get something you never envisioned along with it. That theme tied the two short productions of “A Touch of Evil” and “The Monkey’s Paw” together as a company of talented young Sullivan West players performed the light and dark productions before an appreciative audience on November 13-14.

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