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"FOODPLAY" offers serious lessons for local students

By Julia Green
Judy Shiner’s grandson now prefers a bowl of cereal or a piece of fruit to a cookie as a pre-bedtime snack – a change that Shiner credits to his viewing of “FOODPLAY.”
Shiner, who is a part of the Hospital Auxiliary Wellness Committee, was the one who suggested bringing the production to the area after hearing of the positive impact it had on her own grandchildren.


Public invited to celebrate Mountainside anniversary

Margaretville — Mountainside Residential Care Center in Margaretville will celebrate its 15th anniversary on Saturday, May 23 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will include barbecue chicken and trimmings, music by Blues Maneuver, speakers, crafts for children, antique cars and more.


Barn survey planned for summer

Margaretville — The Historical Society of the Town of Middletown will conduct a photographic survey of barns this summer. Armed with digital cameras and data forms, teams of volunteers will fan out across the town, which covers 98 square miles.


Detour teams with ACS for fund-raising concert

By John Bernhardt
They’ll be rocking the house again at Andes Central School. The school, which first gained musical notoriety by hosting a Hoobastank rock concert several years ago, will feature a second rock concert event. Detour, a local rock band with a legion of Delaware County fans, will be making a Detour 2 Andes on May 29 staging a three-hour concert event.


Marshall Tucker to rock at Delhi

Delhi — In conjunction with the 2009 Art & Soul of the Catskills Festival, the Marshall Tucker Band will be performing at 7 p.m. on August 15, at the Clark Sports Center, SUNY Delhi. Local band, Blues Maneuver, will be opening.


Business in the spotlight at annual chamber dinner

By Julia Green
The newly christened Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards dinner last Wednesday at The Andes Hotel to honor a number of its members for their accomplishments and commitment to local business.
“Each one of our businesses make up the fabric of our community,” said Carol O’Beirne, executive director of the chamber. “We have been able to grow our chamber at a time when other chambers are shrinking.”


Quilting discussion, film featured at Fleischmanns

Fleischmanns — “Threads: Quilters Talk About Their Craft,” a roundtable discussion by four accomplished Catskills quilters, will be held Saturday, May 23 at 11 a.m. at the Fleischmanns Community Church, Main Street, Fleischmanns.


Congressman Murphy visits Delhi

Delhi — A receptive crowd gathered at the Crossroads Café & Coffee Bar in Delhi last Saturday at 11 a.m. to attend Congressman Scott Mur-phy’s first “Congress at Your Corner” in Delaware County.
Delaware County Board of Supervisors Chair, Jim Eisel, introduced Murphy to the room of constituents that included Andes Supervisor, Marty Donnelly, and Delaware County Dem-ocratic Committee Chair, Cindy Lockrow-Shimmerling.


Chapter 2 Gospel in Roxbury for performance on Saturday

Roxbury — The glorious sounds of gospel music will fill the Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church in Roxbury on Saturday, May 16 at 3 p.m. when Chapter 2 returns. The group, which has performed to full houses on two previous occasions, will perform their fabulous mix of contemporary, urban, traditional and inspirational gospel music. This is music for everyone who loves great harmonies, beautiful voices and rousing lyrics.


"Unanticipated Consequences" exhibit opens May 16 at Longyear

The opening of Longyear’s solo show season will kick off on Saturday, May 16 from 4-7 p.m. with the artist’s reception for “Unanticipated Consquences,” a collection of Christopher Moore’s digital photography.
Moore’s background in photography dates back to the ’60s, when he got his first camera.  After attending Pratt Institute in the early 1970s, Moore worked in the commercial world for over 20 years.


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