60th reunion at Narrowsburg High
NARROWSBURG, NY — Narrowsburg High School’s Class of 1961, with their spouses, joined over 100 other graduates at the All School Reunion on …
NARROWSBURG, NY — Narrowsburg High School’s Class of 1961, with their spouses, joined over 100 other graduates at the All School Reunion on September 17.
The group shared high school memories, sang their alma mater and remembered their recently departed teachers and classmates.
Fine conversation and delicious food was had by all.
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Come hiking in Mongaup State Park.
A Loop de Loop hike is scheduled, starting at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, October 6.
The hike celebrates the 18th annual Catskills Lark in the Park. The trek loops 2.2 miles around Frick Pond, and is suitable for beginning hikers who are comfortable with this distance.
Lisa Lyons from Morgan Outdoors is the hike leader. Registration is required and is due October 5.
Learn more, including about trail conditions and what to bring, at www.catskillslark.org.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, NY — A seminar, conducted by Carmela Hugel, Sullivan Renaissance beautification program manager, promises to teach you how to plant autumn bulbs for gorgeous early-spring blooms.
The seminar will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 6 at the White Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church.
It is jointly sponsored by the White Sulphur Springs Sullivan First group.
For more information, visit sullivanrenaissance.org.
MILFORD, PA — If you run a Pike nonprofit that works with victims of domestic abuse or sexual violence, housing assistance grants are available.
The Greater Pike Community Foundation is accepting grant applications on behalf of the Safe Haven Legacy Fund.
“Permanent housing is a critical ingredient in helping survivors and their families be successful and independent,” said Jenni Hamill, Greater Pike’s executive director. “Particularly now, when our area is facing a shortage of affordable housing options, this program could make the difference in the lives of families trying to get back on their feet. I strongly urge any organization with expertise in domestic violence, or with providing housing—or both—to apply right away.”
Applications are due October 15.
LIBERTY, NY — The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan Counties awarded six Sullivan Renaissance scholarships to student volunteers who made a significant contribution to a 2021 Sullivan Renaissance project.
The following individuals will receive scholarships for the spring 2022 semester:
Victor Blinov continues his studies at SUNY Old Westbury, focusing on politics, economics, and law. He documented events at the Phillipsport Community Center, so the group could apply for grants.
Nicole Davis, a freshman at Siena College School of Business, assisted Livingston Manor with weeding and mulching gardens, collecting litter, and sweeping the sidewalks.
Nathaniel DePaul attends SUNY Albany, where he studies both political science and economics in preparation for attending law school. He assisted Livingston Manor Renaissance with placing its hanging baskets and planter boxes along Main Street, as well as planting, watering, and other maintenance tasks.
Andralyn LaGattuta studies art and extended media at Russell Sage College. She helped maintain the flowers on the Route 52 bridge in White Sulphur Springs, and painted the hamlet’s newly acquired Sullivan Catskills dove.
Jesse Ouimet attends Alfred State College and plans to be an architect. He helped Livingston Manor Renaissance with mulching, watering and mowing.
Dylan Price is a freshman at Penn State University studying broadcast journalism. He volunteered with weeding and mulching gardens in the Town of Forestburgh.
For more information about Sullivan Renaissance, see its website at www.sullivanrenaissance.org.
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — A dozen volunteers rode up on motorcycles to help Hope Farm with its annual fall harvest.
The bikers were from the Knights Order Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. They were assisted by the Knights of Columbus from Monticello’s Church of St. Peter and by people from New Hope Community.
The volunteers spent the afternoon picking vegetables at the three-acre organic farm, which is operated by New Hope Community and is located on the grounds of SUNY Sullivan.
The group harvested 211 pounds of potatoes and picked 70 pounds of peppers.
Hope Farm is a cooperative project between New Hope and the college. New Hope residents plant, grow and harvest more than 11,000 pounds of fresh, organic produce each year. The food is used in New Hope Community’s residential homes, by the college’s culinary arts students, and is donated to community nutrition programs and food pantries, the better to combat food insecurity.
Retired Monroe, NY, detective David Lee, a member of the Knights Order in Orange County, coordinated the event in honor of his son David Joshua, who lives at New Hope. “Helping out at the farm is a really good cause, and I am proud that the Knights Order can honor my son with this day of service,” he said. “We have a great group of people in the club, and are always looking for a way to give back to people in the community.”
Farm associate Anthony, a New Hope resident who has worked on the farm from the beginning, said, “We could use the extra help and we thank the Knights for everything.”