Andes

Andes Supervisor Donnelly to run again in November

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By Joe Moskowitz
Two more years.
Andes Supervisor Marty Donnelly hopes to remain in office for at least that long. The Catskill Mountain News recently reported that Donnelly had undergone a procedure for carotid stenosis. Donnelly was suffering from a 93-percent blockage to one of the arteries that supplies blood to his brain.


Andes Democrats to gather June 2

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Andes — The Andes Democratic Party will hold a gathering on Sunday, June 2, from 4 to 6 p.m., at the home of Dorothy Lyman at the intersection of Gladstone Hollow and Gambichler roads in the Town of Andes.

The event is open to anyone who is interested in the future of the town, and those who are interested in running for town office, as Democrats or on independent lines, are especially welcome.


Tait, Little top ACS grads

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Andes Central School has announced its Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2013.
Tristin Tait, the daughter of Dale and Judi Tait of Andes, has been named Valedictorian.

Tristin will be attending SUNY Oneonta in the fall and majoring in biology. While in high school, Tristin has participated in the Drama Club, Travel Club, Outdoor Club, SADD, and chorus. She has been a member of the National Honor Society and Student Council.

Kelsey Little, the daughter of Tom and Susie Little of DeLancey, has been named Salutatorian.


Andes United Methodist to celebrate

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Andes — The Andes United Methodist Church had its beginnings in 1812, when local resident Israel Chapman hosted “Methodist Society” meetings in his home. In those days, many societies gathered throughout the area, in people’s homes, for prayer and Bible study.
These groups had no regular clergy, although there were “circuit riders” who traveled throughout Delaware and adjoining counties, to lead services. There were no organized churches, but these society meetings became the foundation for establishment of future churches in the circuits.


Author to visit Andes for program on Friday

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By John Bernhardt
One of the highlights of 2011 Andes Central School Travel Club’s adventure in southern California was a visit to the home of Jodie and Jason Womack.

The Womacks, a husband and wife team, operate The Jason Womack Company. Jason, an author, motivational speaker and productivity expert, provides workplace performance workshops and executive coaching for clients around the world.


Andes makes jump to track and field team for spring season

By John Bernhardt
Like most things at Andes Central School, the track program depends on a team-like approach to schooling. Everybody pitches in. For the smallest school in Section IV, being small is a success criteria rather than a liability, more about making the best of what you have rather than focusing on what you don’t.


Andes Health Care Clinic set to open in March

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By Joe Moskowitz
The wait for the long-awaited Andes Health Clinic is going to be a little longer. Workers this week are putting the final touches on both the interior and exterior of the 2,800-square-foot facility.


Andes fails to pull trigger on anti-SAFE Act resoluton

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By Geoff Samuels
The Andes Town Board has tabled a resolution to join the Sheriffs’ Association and numerous other entities in opposing the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act (NY SAFE).

After hearing from several members of the public at last Tuesday’s meeting, the town board agreed to delay any vote on the measure, pending modifications to the proposed resolution.


Andes Hotel featured on cooking show

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Andes — On Thursday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m., on the popular Cooking Channel show, “Hook, Line & Dinner” hosted by Ben Sargent, for culinary and fishing enthusiasts, watch the process of catching, smoking and cooking local Catskill Mountain eel with two of Delaware County’s own.


Supervisor touts Andes upgrades for new year

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Staff report
With a newly improved wastewater treatment facility, a new health clinic and cell phone service on the horizon, Andes Supervisor Marty Donnelly says that it looks as though 2013 is shaping up to be a good year for the town.

The malfunctioning eight-year-old wastewater treatment system has finally been overhauled. “I’m very, very pleased,” said Donnelly. “Sometimes, you have to really step back and look at these things. The city is actually using this new type of system that we’re getting.”


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