Pine Hill

Area residents donate building

By Jay Braman Jr.
Tragedy struck in Pine Hill back in 2000 when a 10-year-old boy took his own life.
As the community mourned, it was said by many that if perhaps there were place where kids could go, maybe things like this would not happen.
Florence and Bernie Hamling were Pine Hill dwellers back then. They had a building right on Main Street that Bernie’s Company, Zircar Products, Inc., had been using to house a research and development arm of the firm.


Catskill Cabaradio variety show at Community Center on June 13

The Catskill Community Radio presents a potluck dinner on Saturday, June 13 at 6 p.m. and the Catskill Cabaradio variety show starts at 7 p.m. at the Pine Hill Community Center, 287 Main Street, Pine Hill.


Food program is beneficiary of fund-raiser

Pine Hill — Friends of the Central Catskills are being asked to help raise funds for the community meal and food distribution program while enjoying a Sunday brunch in the beautiful and elegant Peekamoose Restaurant on Route 28, Big Indian.


Pine Hill Community Center gets energy boost

Pine Hill – The Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation recently announced a $5,000 commitment to the Pine Hill Community Center to assist them in the completion of energy conservation measures as suggested by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).


New old lights shine in Pine Hill's library

Pine Hill — The rooms in Morton Memorial Library are newly aglow with three antique pendant lights provided by a business two doors down on Elm Street, Cloudspinners Antiques.
The existing ceiling fixtures had obsolete fittings and one was completely broken, leaving an aisle and bookshelves dark. To replace them, the trustees turned to Pete Di Modica and Chandra Lencina of Cloudspinners.


Pine Hill Arms Triathlon is Saturday

Belleayre — The annual Pine Hill Arms Triathlon takes off this Saturday, March 21. This is a unique iron-man style triathlon that should not be missed by area athletes. Participants can compete as individuals or as teams. Over 100 participants will participate in this challenging “ski-bike-run” event.


Upstage Community Coffeehouse presents James Krueger and friends

Pine Hill — The Pine Hill Community Center will host the Upstage New York Community Coffeehouse on Saturday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. The show, led by Pine Hill’s own James Krueger, will feature the fine vocal work of Amy Soucy from New York City, the haunting Celtic inspired harp playing of Deborah Osherow, and the lively fiddle and banjo tunes of Kate West and Alan McKnight.


DEP gets big tax break in Pine Hill

By Jay Braman Jr.
Shandaken residents are eager to hear the details of a settlement between the town and the City of New York over the tax valuation of a multi-million dollar piece of city property in Pine Hill, a settlement that could cost Shandaken taxpayers plenty. The settlement also carries ramifications for Town of Middletown and Village of Margaretville taxpayers.


Census job hiring at Pine Hill Community Center

Census job hiring at PH center

Pine Hill — The Pine Hill Community Center has announced opportunities for part-time, temporary work with the U.S. Census Bureau with paid training.
A representative from the bureau will be at the center on Monday, Jan. 12 who will offer free testing for Census Bureau jobs. The test begins promptly at 10 a.m.; The UCAT bus arrives in Pine Hill at 9:40.


Holiday party set at Pine Hill Community Center

A Winter Wonder Holiday Party will be held on Saturday, Dec. 20 from 2-5 p.m. at the Pine Hill Community Center at 287 Main Street, Pine Hill. Free admission. The event will include food, hot drinks and fun, with some sledding, weather permitting.
Information: 845 254-5469, or e-mail: info@ pinehillcommunitycenter.org.


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