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Competition Season Begins for Local Dancers

By Kendra Elliot
Posted 3/13/19

The members of the Dance Company Competition Teams at Gina Marie’z Academy of Performing Arts, LLC kicked off their competition season this past weekend at Dancers Inc, White Plains.

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Competition Season Begins for Local Dancers

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The members of the Dance Company Competition Teams at Gina Marie’z Academy of Performing Arts, LLC kicked off their competition season this past weekend at Dancers Inc, White Plains.

The dancers, instructors and families spent the weekend prepping, perfecting hair and makeup, and putting finishing touches on costumes before the dancers took the stage before a judging panel. The dancers left their hearts on the dance floor as they have been practicing their routines (solos, duets and group routines in all genres) since July!

They have two more competitions left this month, including a local one Poughkeepsie.

Lloyd UMC to host corned beef dinner
The Lloyd United Methodist Church is hosting a corned beef dinner on Sunday, March 17 from 4 - 6 p.m.

Tickets cost $12 for adults, Children aged 5-10 $6, 5 and under Free.

For tickets, please see church trustees or contact Pastor Gail at 255-8058.

One More Time Thrift Shop news
It’s that time again! A variety of Easter items now on sale!
Also, they have all winter clothing, shoes, purses, gloves, hats, scarves, etc. on clearance until April 6th!

Free Trees for Streamside Landowners
A message from the Town of Lloyd Environmental Conservation Council: If your property sits along at least 50 feet of a stream or waterbody, you can obtain a free bag of bare-root (unpotted) trees and shrubs to enhance the streamside area on your property.

Vegetated stream sides (“buffers”) improve stream health and water quality by slowing runoff, filtering pollution, preventing soil erosion, and contributing essential resources for in-stream habitat. Buffers also absorb and slow flood waters, which protects property and human safety. To apply,you must provide photos and information indicating where the trees will be planted. There is a limited supply and recipients are selected first-come, first-served.

Application forms are available at the Library, Town Hall and at dec.ny.gov/animals/115903.html, and must be submitted by 3 p.m. on Wed., April 3.

For questions, contact the Trees for Tribs program by calling (518) 402-9405 or emailing treesfortribs@dec.ny.gov.

Vendors Wanted
Attention Vendors Wanted: The Lloyd Methodist Church is looking for vendors for a Vendor Blender. .Tables are $35.00 per table. Date April 27th 11 am to 4pm. Inquire at LMC12528@optimum.net



CLYNK Challenge update
The CLYNK Challenge continues through March 22. Please consider donating your bottles/cans to the Highland Elementary School CLYNK Challenge! All students and staff that have been participating in the challenge will find their photographs featured on the CLYNK Wall of Fame!

In addition to the many faculty and students in HES, there have been HES alumni, District administrators, local businesses and agencies supporting the race to the top! Highland Elementary School is currently in 3rd place.

Keep depositing your bottles in the name of HES to help the school earn money to support educational programs!

Reminder:
The Town of Lloyd Police Department will be hosting the 5th Annual Civilian Police Academy beginning March 20, and will be concluding on May 8 on Wednesday nights from 6 to 9 p.m.

All applicants will be screened and will be chosen at the discretion of the Town of Lloyd Police Department. Any applicant with criminal charges pending in any court or felony convictions need not apply.

Applicants accepted into the program will incur a $25 cost to purchase an academy polo shirt and will be expected to dress in business casual attire.

This year we will be accepting 20 members of the Town of Lloyd Community over the age of 21 to participate in the academy (applicants must be a Town of Lloyd Resident ... or ... work within the Town of Lloyd).

Interested parties requesting an application or questions concerning the Town of Lloyd Police - Civilian Police Academy may contact : Sergeant Phillip Roloson at proloson@lloydpolice.com or 691-6102.

Highland Public Library Events
Please remember, many of the activities require pre-registration, which you can be done by visiting the web site www.highlandlibrary.org or by calling (845) 691-2275 ext 10.

Childrens’ Programs:
• March 14 6:30 p.m. St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, Dream Time StoryTime

Bring your teddy bear and come in for St. Patrick’s Day stories and craft.

• March 21, 6 p.m. Family Lego Night Extravaganza!
Join us for an hour of Lego mania, fun for all ages! Registration suggested. Children must be accompanied by an adult!

Teen Programs:
• March 14 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. St. Patricks Pie’s for Pi Day!

• Come celebrate PI Day (3.14) by making a St. Patrick’s Day mini pie! Programs is open to teens (grades 6th and higher).

• March 21 4 - 5:30 p.m. Teen Room Unplugged. Take a break from technology this afternoon by hanging out in the Teen Room and playing board games and having conversation.

All computers and gaming systems will be turned off during this time! Snacks to be served. Program is open to teens only (6th grade or higher).

Adult Programs:
• March 20, 6 p.m. Adult Trivia Night
Put your knowledge to the test at our trivia night! Participants compete for prizes by answering a challenging range of questions on pop culture, sports, science, history, etc. Light refreshments will be provided.

• March 23, 1:00 p.m. Geneaology for Beginners
Interested in finding out more about your family history? Marny Janson, Vice President of the Ulster County Genealogical Society, will be joining us to share beginner research strategies and sources that will aid you in your genealogy research.

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