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March 2015

Tusten approves Chazen design concept for Main Street deck

At the recessed Tusten Town Council meeting on Wednesday, March 25, the board voted in favor of the Chazen design plan for the Main Street overlook deck, with Councilman Ned Lang voting against it. The vote came after a lengthy discussion and presentation by Chazen’s vice president Joe Lanaro and Project Manager/Structural Engineer Mike Baron.  Read more

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Silent Auction

April 11, 2015

Silent Auction at the Community United Methodist Church, 58 Horseshoe Lake Rd., doors open 6pm, calling 7pm.

For More Information: 
Call Robin - 583-5059

CPR Pro Certification Class

April 7, 2015

CPR Pro Certification at Lackawaxen EMS, 1611 Route 590, 6:30pm. ASHI training facility. Cost: $30 per person. 570/685-4022.

For More Information: 
Michelle
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570/685-4022

Deer lore and more

Information is being sought on several matters concerning white-tailed deer in the Upper Delaware River region. In the first, researchers with the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) and Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences are asking the public how they think deer respond to changes in weather and moonlight. To explore the “truth in deer truisms,” they will then compare survey responses with data from movements of radio-collared deer.  Read more

Walk about and wonder at Lacawac

HAWLEY, PA — Join Jenna Mauder, environmental educator, on an easy-paced walk to the historic Watres Lodge and Lake Lacawac on Saturday, March 28 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

Meet at the Coulter Visitor’s Center for introductions and venture down the Great Camp Trail, identifying signs of spring and animal presence at Lacawac. Lacawac Sanctuary’s property is 545 acres, which includes the near pristine glacial Lake Lacawac (a National Nature Landmark) and its watershed, bogs, forests with hiking trails and a Great Camp listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Read more

Women and Their Woods

MILFORD, PA — Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and Women and Their Woods graduates, friends and professionals for presentations, networking opportunities and hands-on field demonstrations on April 25 and 26.

Saturday activities are open to women forest landowners (or aspiring landowners) and include:

A guided tour of the Grey Towers mansion and history of Gifford and Cornelia Pinchot’s work in conservation

“Threats to the Forest” presentation by Dr. Beth Brantley, Penn State – Mont Alto

Networking with program leaders and participants from across the region  Read more

Adieu to winter

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY —The calendar says it’s spring, though the ground is still bedecked with snow and the temperatures thus far have mostly precluded the spring athletes from addressing their skills anywhere but in the gym. But winter’s final farewell at Sullivan West came via its Sports Awards Presentation on March 17.  Read more

Battle of the Bands; In tune with Callicoon… and beyond!

“When it rains, it pours,” I wheezed at the dog as we headed out the door last Saturday night, in search of entertainment. I had three musical notes on my list to check out in Callicoon, NY, along with a few art shows and a lecture down by the river thrown in for good measure, so with umbrella in hand (and a slicker for the pup) we took off, understanding that something along the way was bound to get short shrift. “It’s the nature of the beast,” she barked back at me, tugging at her leash, “Let’s roll!”  Read more