Margaretville

Watercolor show featured at CWC

Margaretville — A new exhibition of 17 watercolors by Margaretville artist Oneida Hammond is now on view at the offices of the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC), 905 Main St., Margaretville.
“Catskill Images,” a collection of paintings inspired by scenes found around every bend in the rural Catskills, may be seen weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., through June 30.


Historical Society to conduct barn survey

Margaretville — The Historical Society of the Town of Middletown will conduct a photographic survey of barns this summer. Armed with digital cameras and data forms, teams of volunteers will fan out across the town, which covers 98 square miles.


Hospital's health fair offered screenings, community info

By Brian Sweeney
More than 125 members of the public took advantage of the free services provided at Margaretville Hospital’s annual Spring Health on May 8. The Health Fair was a cooperative effort that involved hospital staff, plus representatives of several outside agencies, who teamed to provide complimentary services and literature on numerous topics.


Scenic biking event rolls into village on Saturday

By Julia Green
Cycling enthusiasts and leisurely bike riders won’t have to go far to find something to do this weekend, when the inaugural Catskill Scenic Ride-n-Peak cycling event takes place in and around Margaretville on Saturday, starting at 8 a.m.
“A bicycling event had been simmering for quite awhile,” said Lucci Kelly, one of the event organizers. “At the very beginning I was sitting in then-executive director Joan Lawrence-Bauer’s office at MARK and we were saying, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if we could get a professional bike race here?’” Kelly learned that Lawrence-Bauer had had a similar conversation with Christine DuBois, and that other people had been having similar conversations. “A lot of people were thinking the same thing,” she said.


"Unanticipated Consequences" exhibit opens May 16 at Longyear

The opening of Longyear’s solo show season will kick off on Saturday, May 16 from 4-7 p.m. with the artist’s reception for “Unanticipated Consquences,” a collection of Christopher Moore’s digital photography.
Moore’s background in photography dates back to the ’60s, when he got his first camera.  After attending Pratt Institute in the early 1970s, Moore worked in the commercial world for over 20 years.


Leadership simulcast is Friday at CMCC

The Winner’s Circle Business Institute is hosting the 2009 Maximum Impact Live Simulcast on Friday, May 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the community room at Catskill Mountain Christian Center.
This premier leadership event offers insight and teaching from some of the world’s most successful leaders and forerunners.


Roxbury softball team rolling; Margaretville girls split pair

By Julia Green
RCS 15, Stamford (Thursday)
It was another solid showing for the Roxbury Lady Rockets on Thursday, when they posted a 15-0 victory over visiting Stamford to improve their record to 6-1 overall and 4-1 in league competition. Jessica Utsler went 3-for-3 with a triple for Roxbury while pitcher Heather Davie went 2-for-3 with four runs and three RBIs.


Local baseball clubs improve in diamond play

By Julia Green
Windham 4, Margaretville 9 (Thursday)
“Brian Faulkner pitched a complete game,” said Margaretville Head Coach Rick Funck of Faulkner’s performance at home on Thursday, when the Blue Devils hosted visiting Windham. Faulkner tallied eight strikeouts and allowed only three hits in the game, which Margaretville won, 9-4. “It was his most solid performance of the year so far,” Funck added.


Kory Ancona earned symposium invite

By Julia Green
Margaretville Central School senior Kory Ancona became the first MCS student to participate in the 24th annual Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Research Symposium in Albany on March 30 and 31. The annual event brings together some of the best and brightest young minds from around the state; over 400 students from more than 40 schools between Westchester County and Western New York presented original scientific research at the symposium.


"The Sound of Music" at MCS this weekend

The MCS Scitamard Society will present “The Sound of Music” on Friday and Saturday, May 8 and 9, in the school auditorium featuring an all-student cast. The musical, with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein and music by Richard Rogers, will be seen at 7 p.m. both evenings. Tickets for adults will be $6, students and senior citizens $4 with all children under eight years old being offered free admission.


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