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Andes players help pace unbeaten SK

By John Bernhardt
In their sports merger with Andes, the South Kortright Rams found a gift that keeps on giving.
The Rams incorporated the play of four Andes soccer players this fall to capture both the Delaware League and Section IV boys’ soccer championships, going undefeated before falling in state regional play.


Davenport overpowers ACS

By John Bernhardt
Sam Meyerhoff is gone. Jackie Gilley is gone. When two of the Delaware League’s best basketball talents graduated last June, many thought the 2010-2011 basketball season would be a rebuilding year for legendary coach Ray Preston and his Davenport Wildcats. Think again.


Community dinner and winter party at Andes Firehall

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Andes — The Catskills Learning Cooperative is hosting a community potluck dinner on Monday, Dec. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Andes Firehall. Folks of all ages are invited to join friends and fellow community members for an evening of food, homegrown music and stories of the season.


ACS students lit up the stage with magic of “Aladdin Jr.’

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By John Bernhardt


Aladdin Jr. at ACS this weekend

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By John Bernhardt
A Walt Disney classic will hit the stage at Andes Central School this weekend when the ACS Drama Club presents “Aladdin Jr.” Disney’s risk-taking, resourceful, and wisecracking hero, Aladdin, will work his magic on the stage in a Broadway Junior adaptation of one of Disney’s favorite animated films of all time.


Strong defense propels Rams to tournament win

By John Bernhardt
A swarming, opportunistic defense help propel the South Kortright Rams to the championship of their annual season-opening Thanksgiving Tourn-ament last weekend.


Andes girls' team looking to rebuild

By John Bernhardt
Andes co-coach Glenn Reynolds gave a huge sigh of relief Monday night when he learned that his senior point guard Gina Tait had not broken her wrist. With a roster decimated by graduation and the transfer of sharp-shooting point guard Mariah Ruff, losing Tait was one hit Reynolds would do anything to avoid.


Buddhist teacher will read at Andes program

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Tulku Sherab Dorje Rinpoche, a reincarnated Tibetan Buddhist teacher and local resident, will read from and discuss his book of memoirs and reflections, A Path Strewn with Flowers and Bones” at the Andes Public Library on Tuesday, December 7 at 7 p.m.  


Andes names first quarter honor students

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Andes Central School has announced its first-quarter Honor Roll for 2010-11

Superintendent’s List (94.5%+)
Grade 12 – Gina Tait.
Grade 11 – Matthew Armstrong.
Grade 9 – Jennifer Andrews, Josephine DeSanto.
Grade 8 – Torin Bacon.
Grade 7 – Adriel Grapes.

High Honor (89.5%+)


Curator choice show at Chace Gallery

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Andes — Chace-Randall Gallery presents “Curator’s Choice,” a group exhibition by the gallery’s permanently exhibiting artists. A reception for the artists will be held on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 5-7 p.m.


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