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"The Man Who Planted Trees" takes root at RAG March 24

Roxbury — The Roxbury Arts Group will present one of the most compelling events in its history on Wednesday, March 24 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. when The Puppet State Theater Company of Scotland arrives for two performances of Jean Giono’s environmental classic, “The Man Who Planted Trees.”
Students from Andes, Roxbury and Margaretville central schools have been invited to attend, but don’t be fooled into thinking that this is only children’s theater.


Congressional Gold Medal presented to Ruth Reynolds' family members

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Scott Murphy (NY-20) congratulated the family of Ruth Franckling Reynolds last Wednesday for receiving a Congressional Gold Medal for her service as a Woman Airforce Service Pilot (WASP). Her children, Peg DiBenedetto, Nancy Reynolds and Warren Reynolds, received the award on behalf of their mother at the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony that took place on Capitol Hill.


Red Cross Blood Drive March 25 at MRCC

Margaretville — The Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center will hold a Red Cross blood drive on Thursday, March 25 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Mountainside.
We urge all who can donate to please do so.  


Phoenicia Rotary to sponsor exchange students

Phoenicia — The Phoenicia Rotary is willing to sponsor two students entering 11th grade in September with full scholarships for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award conference.
Qualified candidates are those high school students finishing their sophomore year who demonstrate the potential to benefit from a program designed to nurture and instill confidence in their leadership skills and abilities.


Fire damage minimal at vacant Arkville house

By Brian Sweeney
A vacant home on Dry Brook Road, Arkville sustained only minor damage from a fire last Tuesday evening. The fire at a house owned by William Pyles started on an enclosed back porch. The porch was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived, but they were able to bring the blaze under control in about 10 minutes.


Bald eagle population soaring in New York

Albany — With an annual midwinter survey near completion, preliminary results indicate that the bald eagle population in New York State may be at an all-time high since the state began its repopulation efforts more than 30 years ago, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis announced last week.


Women's wellness focus at Frost Valley

Claryville — Visitors to Frost Valley YMCA’s Women’s Wellness Weekend from March 26-28 will enjoy an opportunity for relaxation and renewal.
The theme is this year’s Women’s Wellness Weekend is ‘Body, Mind and Spirit.’


Large tax hikes or layoffs faced in Onetora District

By Jay Braman Jr.
Up to 38 teaching and staff jobs could be lost if the Onteora Central School District in a worst case budget scenario. Superintendent Dr. Leslie Ford announced that budget issues are going from bad to worse.


Congressman Murphy visits area constituents

By Julia Green
Congressman Scott Murphy, who represents New York’s 20th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, was once again in Delaware County last week, when he had lunch with a number of area business people at the Quarter Moon Café in Delhi.


Maple sugar weekends planned at Frost Valley

Claryville — Free Maple Sugar Weekends are planned for March 20-21 and March 27-28 at Frost Valley YMCA in Claryville. Frost Valley’s Maple Weekends provide the opportunity for families to experience firsthand the wonders of Maple Sugar production.


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