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St. Baldrick’s hosts first 6K run

Kristie Hall sends word that on September 7 Hudson Valley St. Baldricks hosted their first 6K run/walk for childhood cancer research and awareness. There were 25 participants. The event began and …

‘Laugh your stress away’ at the library

First Friday events are being held every month. The next one is Friday, October 7. Come walk down Main Street and shop local and visit vendors that are setup selling. A fun family night. The …

VC Scholarship Council presents a Duck Derby

The annual Duck Derby is floating in to town on September 24. This fundraiser, sponsored by the Valley Central Scholarship Council, is from 10 am to noon at the Pleasure Grounds Park finish line. …

Saint Andrew’s welcomes a new pastor

So happy to share good news with you! The Rev. Nicole R. Hanley has been called by St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Walden and St. Francis of Assisi Chapel, Montgomery to be their …
School News
Most Precious Blood School in Walden opened its doors this school year under new leadership, but the face was a familiar one to students and families. Patricia Luzar has stepped into the role of …
When the pandemic hit, Amy Frisch, LCSWR, a psychotherapist, saw a need for a more holistic approach to caring for adolescents after years of working in a mental health clinic. Frisch, along …
SNAP/TANF/FDPIR Households: Households that currently include children who receive the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) but who are not found during the Direct Certification Matching …
Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County is getting ready to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the Orange County 4-H Youth Development Program! It all started in a one-room schoolhouse …
Days before Antonio Delgado was selected as Lieutenant Governor, he joined New York State Senator Michelle Hinchey and Ulster County Legislator Laura Petit on a visit to Ulster BOCES Career & …
Briefs
Two hit-and-run accidents, possibly related, occurred in Ulster County last Friday, with the second one leaving a Gardiner woman dead after her car was forced into a pond. The first occurred near …
Effective Monday, Set. 26, the Burning Ban in the Town of Crawford has been lifted. Residents may now burn as per the D.E.C. regulations. The water restrictions will remain in place until the …
Due to an equipment problem, the scheduled street repair in Maybrook has been delayed. Work originally scheduled to begin on Sept. 26 will now begin on Thursday, Sept. 29. Sealing the milled …
An important event is upcoming in Kaplan Hall’s OBTC Great Room 101 on Thursday, October 6. At 7 pm renowned Farmer and Activist, Karen Washington will deliver her lecture on food justice …
Craft, fabric & yarn sale moves to Majestic ParkThe Gardiner Library’s Craft, Fabric and Yarn Sale will be held on Saturday September 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the pole barn at Majestic …
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