Margaretville

Cyclists wanted for fundraiser

It’s like riding a bike. Wait! It is riding a bike. Whether you consider 100 miles to be a “ride in the park” or you’re an intermediate cyclist who can go the 50-mile distance, or maybe a relaxing 15 miles best suits your fancy, then the first annual Ride n Peak has the perfect route for you.


Men’s golf league seeks new players; season starts May 5

The Tuesday night men’s golf league at Hanah Country Club will hold a sign-up meeting and practice round on Tuesday night, April 28 at 4 p.m. The league begins play on May 5 at 4 p. m.


Planning grants awarded by CWC board of directors

The Board of Directors of the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) recently approved six community planning grants for nine municipalities in Delaware and Ulster counties.
The awards, issued under the Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP), totaled $200,000. They were approved at the CWC’s regular monthly board meeting April 7, when Board Secretary Charles Buck of Gilboa intoned the resolutions for the last time.


Fairview marks Library Week

National Library week is an annual celebration of the contributions of our nation’s libraries and library workers.
Visitors to the Fairview Public Library enjoy free access to books, computers, music, movies and more. The Fairview Public Library is located at 43 Walnut Street, Margaretville.


Reservoir open for boating use in North Blenheim

North Blenheim — The New York Power Authority (NYPA) reopened the upper and lower reservoirs at its Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project on Thursday, April 9, to recreational boaters.


Blues Maneuver will rock Dance-a-thon

Blues Maneuver play at the third annual Dance-a-Thon on Saturday, April 18 at 7 p.m. at Belleayre Mountain’s Upper Lodge in Highmount.
The event is a fund-raiser for the Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center.
While dance lessons will one again be part of the action, the evening’s focus will be on hitting the dance floor and socializing.


MCS features young tennis squad; Andes wins opening match

By Julia Green
Two matches into the tennis season, Margaretville Head Coach Jim Owdienko is working with a fairly young roster.
“We’re definitely in a rebuilding year,” he said. “We lost a lot of people last year, and we’ve got a lot of seniors who are first-time players.”
That list includes senior James Lor, who is currently the Blue Devils’ number one singles player, and half of their number one doubles team of brothers Tony and Alex Ramos.


Margaretville grad to study in five European countries this summer

By Julia Green
Margaretville Central School graduate Eun Lee, daughter of Sunny and Joon Lee of Margaretville, will be traveling to five European countries this summer as part of a study abroad program.
Lee, a rising senior at Emory University in Georgia, will be traveling as part of the university’s European Sephardi Jewish Culture Program, a six-week intensive course devoted to Spanish Jewish culture Europe.


Freshtown donates food to community; Easter Bunny makes store visit

Margaretville — Since its appearance in Margaretville in February, the new Freshtown store, in the former location of the A&P, has been giving back to the local community.
With the help of its customers, the store has been making regular donations of groceries to local food pantries. Items are donated by shoppers who drop their contributions in the food pantry bins located at the front of the store.


Local teams battled in spring diamond play

Local teams saw plenty of action last week on the baseball and softball diamonds.


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