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County Chamber announces awards

Delhi — The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce will recognize several businesses and individuals for their service to the county’s business community at its 2009 Annual Awards Dinner.
Delhi Telephone has been selected as Business of the Year. "They continue to research the telecommuting needs of their individual and business customers regularly," stated Mary Beth Silano, executive director of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.


Townwide yard sale in Andes

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Andes will host a Townwide Yard Sale on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12 and 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day throughout the community. Residents of Andes will be digging through an assortment of goods and hosting yard sales throughout the hamlet.


Many "agreeable pursuits" planned for two days of old-fashioned Roxbury fun

Roxbury —The 10th annual Turn of the Century Days in Roxbury promises to be the best ever, with two full days of vintage baseball, Victorian fashion and exhibits, children’s pastimes, old world crafts and mountain music. It will all be accompanied with a feast of old-fashioned food, barbecue, a beer garden and as a special salute to 1898, a gala fireworks display on Saturday evening.


Music recording workshop set Sept. 12 at RAG's Old Bank Gallery

Roxbury — Musicians, composers, songwriters or bands that have recorded or are contemplating recording their own music are invited to meet with composer, musician, and music industry veteran Joe Pignato on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Old Bank Gallery of The Roxbury Arts Group.


Margaretville opening day is Sept. 2; Andes and Roxbury schools start Sept. 8

Summer is drawing to a close, and area schoolchildren will report to classes in the coming weeks. Students at Margaretville Central School begin classes today, while students at Andes and Roxbury central schools report to class on Tuesday, Sept. 8.


Andes welcomes new pastor

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The Presbyterian Church of Andes (town) welcomes their new pastor, the Rev. Dr. Steven R. Swanson, to the pulpit Sunday, Sept. 6.


Shandaken Day set for new site with many exciting attractions

By Jay Braman Jr.
The popular annual event known as Shandaken Day is set for this Saturday and promises to be better than ever.
This year the fun plays out in Big Indian Park alongside Route 28 in Big Indian, where all the attractions of previous incarnations of the celebration will be offered. But this year, according to organizers, Shandaken Day will take on a flavor more unique to Big Indian.


Patriotic Tournament benefits Parkinson's fight

The Second Parkinson’s Patriotic Tournament, a golf tournament to benefit The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Shephard Hills Golf Course in Roxbury. The red-white-blue scramble tournament will be played with a four-person captain and crew format, and six holes each will be played from the red, white and blue tees; mulligans and skins will also be featured.


Blues Maneuver rocks the DURR

The Blues Maneuver Band will take to the rails on the historic Delaware & Ulster Railroad in Arkvlle on Saturday, Sept. 5 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. for a slow-moving scenic train ride that everyone will enjoy.
Music, food, fun and a little romance play a part in this magical evening.


RLA to host potluck luncheon Sept. 8

Roxbury — The Roxbury Library Association (RLA) will open the 2009-2010 RLA Tuesday Forum season with a potluck luncheon at the library on Tuesday, Sept. 8 at noon. RLA Tuesday Forum Coordinator Julia A. Menne asks that each attendee bring a dish to pass as well as a place setting.


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