Margaretville

Andes, SK battle to overtime tie in key boys' soccer matchup

By John Bernhardt
Conventional wisdom says that in sporting events no one goes home happy when two teams play to a tie. That was not the case in South Kortright yesterday when the first place Rams held on to salvage a 1-1 tie against Andes. SK had to breathe a sigh of relief when the final horn sounded after the second overtime period with the score still deadlocked at one. As the regular season winds down, the tie allows the Rams to maintain their one-game advantage over the surging Mountaineers.


Thrift Shop styles all the rage at fashion show

By Dorothy Jennings
Thrift Shop devotees were treated to an extravaganza on Saturday afternoon at the sixth annual Fashion Show hosted by the Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center held at the Purcell Center.
Spearheaded by Eleanor Barrack, this fun occasion commands a loyal following of dedicated bargain hunters, and was sold out a week prior to show time.


CROP Hunger Walk planned for Oct. 18

Margaretville — Adults and youth will gather Sunday, Oct. 18, to fight poverty and hunger during the annual CROP Hunger Walk. Local participants will join millions of people raising funds for CROP, which stands for Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty.


Andes girls clinch Cohen Classic, fall to Jefferson and South Kortright

By Julia Green
After clinching their first tournament title in roughly 20 years, the Andes girls suffered a tough week, dropping a 5-4 overtime decision to Jefferson and falling to South Kortright in their last home game of the season.
The Mountaineers posted a convincing 4-0 win over Roscoe in the final game of the round-robin MCS Cohen Classic Tournament in Margaretville on Tuesday to claim the tournament title.
“It was quite satisfying for the girls,” said Co-Head Coach Tom Little. “This is the first tournament the Andes girls have won in 20 years or something like that. They were ecstatic.”


Fiber Festival at Commons

Mountain Yarns will host a Fall Fiber Festival in the second floor atrium of the Commons Building on Main Street, Margaretville, from 1 - 4 p.m. on Oct. 3 as the opening event of “Art in Common,” a series of multi-art events happening every Saturday afternoon this fall at the Commons.


Auxiliary's 6th fashion show is Saturday

Margaretville — The Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center Auxiliary will host its sixth annual Fashion Show & Buffet Luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 12:30 p.m. at the Purcell Parish Center, Margaretville.


Hospital sets open house

Margaretville — Seasonal flu shots will be offered as part of a Fall Health Fair at Margaretville Hospital on Monday, Oct. 12 in the hospital lobby. The flu shots, which are offered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., will be completely covered by Medicare or Medicaid insurance. The cash price for flu shots is $31.


Roxbury, MCS girls each post two soccer wins

By Julia Green
It was a good week for the Roxbury girls, who posted convincing wins over Jefferson and Mount Everett on Thursday and Saturday, respectively.
Rapid-fire scoring was key for the Rockets, who netted three goals in as many minutes early in the second half of Thursday’s game to take a considerable lead over the visiting JayHawks.


"Covered Bridges" reception Saturday at Chace

Andes — Chace-Randall Gallery proudly presents “Covered Bridges,” new paintings by Inverna Lockpez, Oct. 2 through Nov 8. A reception for the artist is Saturday, Oct. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m.
In this new body of work, 12 glorious canvasses, Inverna Lockpez once again celebrates the rich history of the Catskill Mountains.  This time she paints covered bridges.


MCS boys win tourney in shootout against Ellenville

By Julia Green
It was the fourth time that turned out to be the charm for Margaretville Head Coach Jeremey Marks, as the Blue Devils clinched their first Nelson Invitational Tourna-ment title in Marks’ four years at the helm on Saturday night with a thrilling win determined by a penalty kick shootout following two scoreless overtime periods.


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