Community

Bowling: Dec. 30, 2009

Organization League
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Margaretville Bowl 37 23
ROCKO 35 25
VanLoan Enterprises 30.5 29.5
Average Joes 30 30
Howard Fairbairn Lum. 29 31
T-Bar Saloon 28 32
Water Guy 26.5 33.5
Erickson Automotive 24 36


Kevin Johnson and Melissa Kent engaged

Kevin Johnson and Melissa Kent have announced their engagement. Kevin is from Arkville and the son of Lewis and Jackie Johnson.
Melissa is from Halcottsville and the daughter of John and Barbara Vreeland.
Kevin is employed at Roxbury Central School and Melissa is employed at CVS.
A 2010 wedding is planned.


Phoenicia to lose health services

By Jay Braman Jr.
Maverick West Family Health expects to close its Phoenicia office early next year and relocate to larger facilities in Boiceville.


School officials fear aid 'delays' may become permanent cutbacks

By Julia Green
Area school officials are maintaining their skepticism that the “delays” in payment of 10 percent of school aid announced by Gov. David Paterson last week won’t ultimately become cuts.
Paterson announced on Dec. 14 that he was ordering that 10 percent of state aid payments to schools and local governments be delayed due to the state’s worsening financial woes.


Delhi Bank Corp. dividend up

Delhi — Delhi Bank Corp. announced that its board of directors, at a regularly scheduled meeting held on Dec. 18, declared a fourth quarter 2009 cash dividend of $0.1367 per share. This quarterly cash dividend represents a 1.2 percent increase over the split adjusted $0.135 per share declared for the quarter ending September 2009.


Charity Dinner on Christmas Day donated by Phoenicia restauranteur

By Jay Braman Jr.
Two events, one just passed and the other coming on Christmas Day, really show that the Christmas spirit is alive and well in Phoenicia, where two businessmen, showing a sense of appreciation for those facing difficult times, have devised clever and effective ways to offer help directly to those in need.


Outgoing Auxiliary President Sue Adams recalls organization's achievements

The Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center held its Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on Dec. 10 at the Purcell Parish Center in Margaretville. The event also marked the last official duties for Sue Adams of Arkville, who has served as auxiliary president for two years. Margaretville resident Peter Molnar will take over as president on Jan. 1.


Frost Valley offers Kids' Winter Camp fun; holiday promotion encourages family visits

Claryville — Frost Valley YMCA in the Catskill Mountain High Peaks will host its popular Kids’ Winter Camp from Sunday-Friday, Dec. 27, 2009 through Jan. 1, 2010.


Route 28 paving funding secured

By Jay Braman Jr.
Property owners along Route 28 were all smiles earlier this year when they heard that federal economic stimulus money was to be spent to repave the road from Route 375 in West Hurley to the Ulster/Delaware county line at Highmount.


Route 28 is not named among unsafe roadways

By Jay Braman Jr.
The New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) has released a report listing the top five percent of unsafe state roads and according to the report none of the highways in Delaware or Ulster county, including Route 28, have made the list.


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