New Kingston

Gillibrand fund-raiser September 20 at New Kingston residents' home

New Kingston residents Frank Buffone and Alan Dee will host a fund-raiser rally for U.S. Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand at their home on Saturday Sept. 20th from 2 to 4 p.m.
Calling the event “A Farm Country Rally for Gillibrand,” organizers Buffone and Dee said, “Kirsten Gillibrand has represented the people of our district successfully in her first term. She supports local control of alternative energy sources, she has always been available to listen to local concerns, and has been a strong supporter of veterans. There is no question in our minds that she is the better candidate, and that is why we are doing everything we can to support her re-election.”

New Kingston News: September 10, 2008

New Kingston Valley Grange held their regular meeting Thursday night preceded by a potluck supper.
Lecturer Georgia Taylor announced the birthday of Janet Vermilyea on the 30th. Peg and Bud Barnes, Marian Schimmel, Dave Taylor and Georgia played several tunes on their instruments and asked the grangers to “name that tune.” Her closing thought was “It is better to know a few things that are true, than to believe a lot of things that are false.”

New Kingston News: August 27, 2008

Betty Elliott spent from Tuesday through last week Thursday with her daughter Jackie Helmer in Kingston.
Karen Northrup and son Ryan of Columbus, NC visited her mother Doris Hosier last week. She brought Ryan up to Clarkson College at Potsdam. Karen came back and spent a couple of days with her mother on her way back to Columbus.

New Kingston News: August 6, 2008

David and Laurie Sherman of Newton, Mass., spent the weekend of July 25 with his mother Blossom Sherman. David returned to Afghanistan the following Wednesday.

New Kingston News: July 23, 2008

Maryann Schmiser of Napanoch visited her mother Faye Van Benschoten and son Andy Saturday.
Doug and Barb Condon met their daughter Karen Dahlgreen and son Logan and Meghan Saturday at Phoenicia for lunch to celebrate Barb’s birthday.
Bill and Betty Elliott attended an 80th birthday gathering Saturday for Patrick Benjamin at East Meredith.

New Kingston News: July 9, 2008

New Kingston Valley Grange held their regular meeting Thursday night. The Lecturer, Georgia Taylor, had her two grandsons Curtis and Cedric Taylor entertain us playing their violins. She held a quiz on the Declaration of Independence. Georgia announced the birthdays: Barb Condon the 19th, Edwin Vermilyea 21st and Barbara Kapito the 30th.

New Kingston News: July 2, 2008

New Kingston Valley Grange meeting will be Thursday night with a potluck supper at 6 and the meeting will follow.

David and Georgia Taylor attended a graduation party at Downsville Saturday for his niece Kayla Stone.

Doug and Barb Condon attended a graduation party at Roxbury Saturday afternoon for Rieley Cammer.

New Kingston News: June 25, 2008

Pat Webster of Baldwinsville spent a week recently with her sister Doris Hosier. While here she joined the Roxbury Senior Citizens on their bus trip to the Finger Lakes.

Historic New Kingston to host walking tour; post office will issue limited edition postcard

The hamlet of New Kingston on Saturday, July 5 will celebrate its recent designation to the State and National Registers of Historic Places with guided walking tours, a special postal cancellation, art exhibit and reception at the Post Office, and a display of photographs and other items in the Presbyterian Church.
An exhibit of New Kingston postcards, photographs and memorabilia will also be on display at the Middletown Town Hall through the month of July, and can be seen weekdays except July 4 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Meet and greet in New Kingston

Everyone in New Kingston is invited for a “Luncheon Meet & Greet” at 1:30 p.m. this Sunday at the Lipko’s “big red barn.” Come and find out what is happening with New Kingston’s placement on the National Register of Historic Places!

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