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Lake Huntington News July 3


July 2, 2013

On Sunday, the Cochecton Youth Group had its car wash and bake sale. The kids worked very hard washing cars and selling baked goods. It was a very profitable day, and we have to thank Gasko and Meyers for letting us use their driveway and water. We would not have been able to pull it off without the bakers who donated the yummy baked goods, and Ed Grund, who is the liaison to the youth group from the town board. He did all the schlepping and setting up for us and also made the big chunks of ice, so we had ice-cold water to drink. We were blessed with a hot sunny day, although 10 minutes before we were done, it started to thunder and rain.

The youth group will be at the Cochecton Day on the Lake on July 13 at the new fire house lawn with the bouncy house free to all kids. They will also be selling snow cones, so stop by and have some fun. Do not forget “Despicable Me 2” is playing at the Callicoon Theater on Sunday, July 7 at 1:30 p.m. It’s free to all Cochecton youth.

If you want to know what’s coming up for the youth group, “friend” us on Facebook at Cochecton Youth Commission. Events are free to all Cochecton youth; if an event is open to the public it will be noted in the advertising.

On Saturday, July 13, The Nutshell on Route 52 in Lake Huntington, NY, will present its first hip-hop showcase featuring Made Memberz from Monticello, NY; Iceman and Guelz B of BSPG from North Branch, NY; Cats-Kill from Monticello, NY; Rio Grand from Brooklyn, NY and Damascus, PA; Reflex Space Deck from Purchase, NY; and R.l. Traviss from Callicoon, NY. Come out and embrace the culture and support these artists who put their all into their music. Show starts at 9 p.m. Admission costs $8 at the door. For more information call 845/932-8708

Our Lady of the Lake and St. Francis Xavier church are running a basket of cash with $8,000 in prize money (based on 300 tickets sold). First prize will be $5,000; second prize, $2,000; third prize is $1,000; and the fourth prize is a free ticket to next year’s drawing. Drawing is September 1 after the 11 a.m. mass. Tickets cost $50 each. If you are interested in getting in it to win it, call Jo Kelly at 845/252-3490. Good luck.

The next meeting of the Women’s Community Club of Cochecton will be Tuesday, July 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the old Town Hall. Nancy Campis will do a presentation about her recent train trip through the Canadian Rockies. All town women and their guests are invited. Refreshments will be served.

Have a great week and email leeniebeans@citlink.net or call 845/252-3568 if you have news.