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July 2015

Cochecton Preservation meets

COCHECTON, NY — The Cochecton Preservation Society will meet on Tuesday, August 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Erie Train Station on Route 97. There will be fun local history stories and refreshments, all free. Art Hassis will talk about Tom Quick. Andy White may come to read more of his dad’s, Bob White’s, letters. For more information call 845/932-8104.

Free healthy eating seminar

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Catskill Regional Medical Group (CRMG) will present a free, healthy summer eating seminar with guest speaker Shelly Dehaan, registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator, on Thursday, July 30, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Catskill Regional Medical Group office located at 36 Pearl St., next to the community garden.

Get light and healthy meal ideas and tour the edible and educational garden. There will be refreshments and raffle prizes. RSVP to Molly Marquand, garden volunteer, at mollymarquand@gmail.com or 845/439-5507.

Lake Huntington News

What a busy weekend out and about in the community! I do not think you can say there is nothing to do. There are so many street fairs, pancake breakfasts, chicken barbeques and farmers’ markets, not to mention all the family and friends’ parties. If you have the time, you should go out and support your community. You will have a great time, meet people and have fun.  Read more

Did You Know?

Pictured here in front of Stranahan’s house on Lake Street in Narrowsburg, NY, circa 1945, are from the left: Anita Stranahan Foster, Glenn Herald, unidentified man in uniform, Margaret Wickman Wilkerson and Esther Wickman Nagy.

From the collection of the Tusten Historical Society. The Tusten Historical Society’s hours at the Western Sullivan Public Library, Tusten-Cochecton branch in Narrowsburg, are Mondays from 1 to 3 p.m., Fridays from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Rotary holds awards dinner

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Members of the Livingston Manor Rotary Club gathered recently for a pig roast dinner and awards ceremony in celebration of deserving youth. Rotary Youth Leadership Awards students, seen here, are Jake Budd, standing left, Chris DeBartolo, Nicholas Estabrook and Dylan Smith. Sitting are Dakota Rogers, left, Jeremy Johanamen and Kailee Gorr. The Rotary also awarded one college scholarship to Jacob Hathaway, a graduating senior from Livingston Manor Central School.

July 23, 2015 - July 30, 2015

Rodney Paul Gaebel

Rodney Paul Gaebel of Youngsville, NY, a Commissioner for the Sullivan County Board of Elections and lifetime area resident, died Thursday, July 23, 2015 after a brief illness. He was 66.

The funeral service was held on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at The United Reformed Church of Youngsville, Route 52, Youngsville.

Memorial contributions can be made to the United Reformed Church of Youngsville or to the National Rifle Association.

Darlene Ann (Dunn) Tuttle  Read more

Twin Cedars seniors meet Mary Todd Lincoln

MILFORD, PA — Ruth Randone portrays Mary Todd Lincoln in period costume, much to the delight of the residents from Twin Cedars Senior Living and their guests. The performance was presented on July 3 by the Pike County Historical Society. The play looks in on Mary Todd in the latter years of her life. It was followed by a social at which guests were served a slice of delicious almond cake, Mary Todd’s favorite recipe.

Laurel Villa reopens

MILFORD, PA — The Laurel Villa Country Inn & Restaurant, a Milford tradition since 1876, has returned under its previous ownership. Three years ago innkeeper Janice Halsted and Chef Carl Muhlhauser turned the Laurel Villa over to new owner Ken Pisciotta, who re-named it the River Rock Inn, but it closed last winter.  Read more

Chicken Coop back under new management

FOSTERDALE, NY — The Chicken Coop in Fosterdale opened its doors again this year under new ownership. Betty and Dan Snedeker, along with business partners and long-time friends Larry and Carmela Oliveri, greeted the community with the fried chicken everyone was waiting for, along with half-pound handmade burgers, fresh potato fries and homemade salads, topped off with soft-serve or hard-serve ice cream.