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May 2016

‘Summer Nights LIVE’ at Hancock’s square

HANCOCK, NY — The Hancock Partners will launch “Summer Nights LIVE on The Square” on Sunday, May 29, with the town’s second annual Memorial Day weekend community yard sale and picnic. Headlining the program will be the high-energy, internationally acclaimed and U.S. military-honored American Rogues performing patriotic, military and traditional Celtic music on bagpipes, drums and fiddle. The series of performances will continue through September on the first and third Fridays of each month.  Read more

‘Wonders of Stained Glass’

PORT JERVIS, NY — Port Jervis Council for the Arts will present “Wonders of Stained Glass” on Saturday, May 28, at the First Presbyterian Church, 60 Sussex St. Guided tour times are 9:30, 10, 10:30 and 11 a.m. The requested donation of $10 will benefit the Port Jervis Council for the Art Scholarship Fund and the Presbyterian Youth Fund.  Read more

Memorial Day Events


Monday, May 30

FREMONT CENTER, NY — 132nd Annual Memorial Day Parade through Fremont Center to the baseball field.Lineup 9 a.m. just above the Fremont Center Community Church. Expect road closure. Special memorial service 9:30 a.m. at New Veteran’s Park (next to town barn). Parade starts 10 a.m. An award ceremony will follow.

HAWLEY, PA — Memorial Day parade Main to Church Street to Hudson. Lineup 12 noon, steps off 1 p.m. immediately following American Legion Program at the monument. Hot dogs at the senior center for participants.  Read more

A day on the river

I grew up on the Delaware River, almost literally (on River Road), and often went swimming, kayaking, canoeing, tubing, snorkeling, sun bathing, you name it. However, I am far from a river expert; so when I had the opportunity to do a river trip with the National Park Service (NPS) I knew I would be learning a lot.  Read more

Narrowsburg News

The stores are lush with plants, and our residents are seen working in their yards cleaning the winter debris from their gardens preparing to restore their beauty. The Narrowsburg Beautification Group (NBG) will assist in your endeavors and provide additional plant material for your gardens at the annual plant swap on Saturday, June 4 at 9 a.m. Come to the Mews on Main Street. Bring plants that have multiplied in your gardens beyond your needs and swap for another plant. Don’t have plants of your own? No problem. You are free to pick up plants for your gardens and leave a donation.  Read more

Looking Back

Ludolph (Louis) Hensel was undoubtedly the most prolific chronicler of early 20th century life in the area around Hawley, PA, leaving an invaluable record of people and places. Hensel was the son of Louis Hensel, who was born in 1818 in Braunsweig, Germany. The father had a long and colorful life, chronicled in his book, “Louis Hensel: My Life in America.” On the 1880 U. S.  Read more

May 19, 2016 - May 26, 2016

Deborah Perzanowski

Deborah Perzanowski of Hankins, NY died Thursday, May 12, 2016 at Westchester Medical Center after a long illness. She was 55.

A memorial mass was held on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, County Road 95, Obernburg, NY. Father Vincent McNamara officiated.

Memorial contributions can be made to the charity of one’s choice.

Christa Schumpp

Christa Schumpp of Livingston Manor, NY died on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at the Roscoe Regional Rehabilitation and RHCF. The daughter of the late Frederick and Hedwig Besse Baumeister, she was born on February 27, 1939 in Germany. She was the wife of George A. Schumpp, and together they celebrated 51 years of marriage.

Christa was a retired executive secretary of the Fallek Chemical Corp./NY. She was a member of the German American Club of Margaretville, NY.  Read more

Yard and plant sale

June 4, 2016

Liberty Aglow Lighthouse annual yard and plant sale at the United Reform Church of Youngsville on Route 52, 9am-3pm.

For More Information: 
Mrs.Barbara Zayas
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Yes, Sancho Panza, chivalry is alive!

A track fire that disrupted the Metro-North commute in East Harlem recently left thousands stranded in Grand Central Terminal for their commute home and over the next few days added to their daily trials and tribulations. It is during these times that the cream really rises to the top and we find our modern day knights.  Read more