Roxbury

Self-publishing will be focus of library talk

The Roxbury Library Association will host a presentation by Simona David on self-publishing and book marketing on Saturday, June 29, at 11 a.m. at the Roxbury Library. Ms. David is the author of Self-Publishing and Book Marketing: A Research Guide.

Ms. David will cover the fundamentals of self-publishing by considering the book market and the state of the publishing/self-publishing industries. She will additionally address topics such as how to choose the right self-publishing platform, how to design and format a book, and how to market and sell a book.


Roxbury students get EMS training

Co-Captain EMT Karen Hinkley and members of the Grand Gorge Rescue Squad presented a volunteer recruitment program at Roxbury Central School on Wednesday, May 22 during EMS Week.


Gould church to host Bible camp

Roxbury — The Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church Invites families to God’s Big Backyard Bible Camp. 

A summer vacation bible school event called God’s Big Backyard will be hosted in the Carriage House from June 12 to 18. Children will step into a time of enjoying God’s big backyard, learning stories of service and how we can serve in our community. Participants will participate in a backyard adventures, sing catchy songs, play games, dig into great snacks, and learn of people who served in God’s word.


Big inning propels Deposit past Rockets in softball

By John Bernhardt
Softball is a game of inches, a game of stops and starts that can be unpredictable at best. Sometimes one bad inning is enough to totally alter the course of a game. That was the case Wednesday when

Roxbury battled Deposit in Section IV quarterfinal action on the Lumberjacks’ home field.
Erase the second inning and Wednesday’s quarterfinal match-up was a highly competitive contest. Deposit grouped hits and walks to score nine times in the decisive frame, with the game a literal standoff the rest of the way. Deposit would advance with a 10-1 victory.


Roxbury Arts Group sets open house at 76! Main

Stamford — The Roxbury Arts Group invites community members to stop by 76 MAIN!, 76 Main Street in Stamford on Saturday, June 1 for an open house celebration. Between noon and 3:00 p.m. everyone is welcome to drop by to meet the Roxbury Arts Group staff and instructors who will be running art, dance and music programs scheduled to be offered this year.
Visitors are also invited to partcipate in ‘sample programs’ that will be offered throughout the day, and have the opportunity to register for workshops, purchase tickets for performances, and pick up a 2013 Season Brochure.


Sprague paces Rockets in 2-1 sectional softball win

By John Bernhardt
If you enjoy an old-fashioned pitching duel, Roxbury was the place to be last Thursday afternoon. Roxbury pitching ace Kendal Sprague and Richfield Spring’s Kaity Richvalsky went toe-to-toe, pitch-for-pitch, before the Rockets eked out a 2-1 softball decision in an electrifying extra-inning affair.


Honor students named at Roxbury

Roxbury Central School has announced its Honor Rolls for the third marking period of the 2012-’13 school year.


Lady Rockets roll to softball win

By John Bernhardt
Kendal Sprague is peaking at the right time. Roxbury’s pitching ace fired a pair of shutouts last week as the Rockets blanked Hunter-Tannersville 17-0 and 19-0. The wins improved Roxbury’s record to 10-3.

Sprague flirted with no-hitters in both contests. The hard-throwing senior right-hander retired the first 14 Wildcat batters she face on Friday, losing a perfect game when Kaitlin Jaeger beat out an infield single toward third base. Jaeger would be Hunter’s only base runner.


RCS boys top SCS in tight baseball opener

By John Bernhardt
Runs came in bunches Thursday in the fifth inning of Roxbury’s baseball opener. Visiting Stamford plated four runs in the top of the inning to build an 8-3 lead, but Roxbury rallied to score eight times in their half of the inning. The eight-run explosion provided just enough Rocket power as Roxbury held on to register an 11-10 season-opening win.

Two infield errors and a walk spotted Stamford two runs in the first. Roxbury scored two runs of their own to even things up in their first at bat of the season.

Battling back


Roxbury business boost ushers in new era

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By Joe Moskowitz
The past was great, but Roxbury’s future might be just as bright or even brighter. The hamlet is in the midst of a major revitalization. And, it’s more than just a coat of paint here, a roof repair there. There are now more than a half-dozen new businesses that are opening or expanding in the hamlet. MARK Project Executive Director and Roxbury resident Peg Ellsworth says it took decades, but is happening right now.

Martin Lerner, who has an art gallery on Main Street, is opening a gift store and a coffee shop.


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