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December 14, 2017
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Lake Huntington News

By Eileen Hennessy

I was sitting at home watching TV on Friday morning, very sad about what a sick world we live in. Watching the ambush in Dallas, people should remember all lives matter. We need to love one another, be kind and let there be peace on earth.
I have to get my column done early once again. I am going to Boston with the Tusten Youth Group. Pastor Phyllis Haynes is my travel partner. We have to be at the bus at 5:45 Saturday morning. I am not the type of person who likes to get up early, but it’s a five-hour bus trip, so I can go back to sleep.

The Women’s Community Club of Cochecton met on Tuesday, July 12 downstairs at the new town hall to discuss how to commemorate the club’s 60th anniversary, and a possible August yard sale. If you have any questions, give Pam DeMan a call at 845/252-7208. If you read this after the 12th, you can still call Pam.
Wow—60 years! I wonder if there are any original members. It would be nice to see this club get stronger with more Cochecton women. When I first moved up to Sullivan County I used to belong, I should go back.

July 12th would have been my husband Tommy’s 68th birthday; yes, big age difference between us. I am only 56.

On the way to Fosterdale from Lake Huntington at 6365 State Rte. 52, there’s a new business in Cochecton. Cochecton Self Storage LLC is now open for business. It’s owned and operated by Frank and Kasey Kratz. Give them a call at 845/932-5140. Best of luck.
The Presbyterian Church Ladies Aid will be having a card party on every Monday during July and August. The card party will start at 12 noon at the church.

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