RCS Alumni banquet at Plattekill

The Annual Roxbury Alumni Banquet was held on July 16, 2011 at Plattekill Ski Center with 53 attending, which included 34 alumni and 19 guests..
The delicious buffet was catered by the staff at Plattekill, and sky rides were offered and enjoyed by several.

President Lorrayne Bolger welcomed the alumni and guests and brought the meeting together by thanking everyone who helped make this event a success.

Man arrested for 2009 Roxbury robbery

By Brian Sweeney
A 42-year-old Grand Gorge resident was arrested August 3 on charges stemming from an armed robbery at a Roxbury convenience store in 2009. Douglas G. Cronk was arrested on a charge of first-degree robbery as a result of a lengthy investigation into an armed robbery that occurred on March 2, 2009 at the Roxbury Country Store on Main Street

On Wednesday, August 3, 2011, The New York State Police at Margaretville arrested Douglas G. Cronk, 42, of Grand Gorge, for Robbery 1st Degree.

Roxbury Constable recovering from stroke

By Pauline Liu
 Town of Roxbury Constable Steve Williamson is on the mend at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, after suffering a stroke on Sunday.

Contacted at his hospital room on Tuesday, the 63-year-old Williamson spoke slowly, but clearly and confirmed that he had suffered a stroke.

Acclaimed playwright brings two plays to Roxbury

Roxbury — Todd Mountain Theater Project (TMTP) and The Roxbury Arts Group (RAG) are joining together to present two plays by Marc Wolf in one long weekend, August 11 through 14.
Wolf, who is familiar to Pakatakan Market-goers for assisting his partner Craig Thompson of

RAG presents 'My Sweet Patootie'

Denver— The Roxbury Arts Group will present My Sweet Patootie on Saturday, Aug. 6 at 5:30 p.m. at the Old School Baptist Church in Denver.

Since 1999 My Sweet Patootie’s dazzling solos and joy of live performance brought fans from Canada, the US and England to their feet at Tanglefoot shows. Today, as My Sweet Patootie, Terry Young and Sandra Swannell embrace a forgotten brand of showmanship that’s “two parts exemplary musicianship and one part vaudeville comedy,” according to Binghampton Pressconnects.

Woodchuck Lodge tours open

Roxbury — Woodchuck Lodge, the farmhouse where naturalist John Burroughs spent summers from 1910 to 1920, will be open for free tours this weekend, August 6 and 7.

Visitors are welcome any time between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The lodge is located at 1633 Burroughs Memorial Road, Roxbury. Follow signs from Route 30, just north of Roxbury.
There is no admission charge; donations towards the ongoing restoration of the historic site are appreciated.

Roxbury News: July 27, 2011

Week of July 20
The annual Herdman Reunion was held last Saturday, July 16 at the Pine Hill Lake with 30 people present. Spending the weekend at the George and Julia Brower home were their children, David Brower and friend, Katheryn of Gorham, Maine; Karen and Terry Wells of Ballston Spa and Linda and Roland Earls of Apopka, FL. Also their grandchildren who attended were Jamie and Amanda Wells and son, Brayden of Ballston Spa and Kelly Wells and friend, Ben of Ballston Spa.

Roxbury starts work on Comp Plan

By Pauline Liu
About 30 people turned out on Saturday morning at The Roxbury Art Center’s Hilt Kelly Hall to talk candidly about their hopes for what the Town of Roxbury will be like in 10 to 15 years.

Art auction July 23 at RAG

Roxbury — The Roxbury Arts Group (RAG) will host the first “For Art’s Sake” auction on Saturday, July 23 from 3 to 6 p.m. to benefit both RAG’s arts programs in the Catskills and the contributing artists.

The halls of The Roxbury Arts Center on Vega Mt. Road in Roxbury will be filled with about 80 paintings, sculptures and photographs by the area’s most esteemed artists. A lavish buffet featuring finger foods and festive drinks will be served in an outdoor tent.

Roxbury honor students named for final quarter

Roxbury Central School has announced its honor rolls for the fourth and final marking period of the 2010-11 school year.

Earning spots on the Superintendent’s List were:
Grade 4 - Rose Battista, Emma Hynes, Anthony Perazone and Cristian Spariosu.
Grade 6 - Robin Dee and Kevin Hubbell.
Grade 7 - Isabel Battista, Brandy Fane and Molly O’Brien.
Grade 9 - Emily Arvanete, Adam Loper and Joseph McAfee.
Grade 10 - Kennedy Faraci, Tyler Faulkner, Spencer Hinkley, Bailey O’Donnell and Jennifer Wallace.
Grade 11 - Angela Perazone.

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