Roxbury seniors enjoyed St. Paddy's party


By Veronica Wranovics
The Roxbury Seniors’ annual St. Paddy’s dinner was held Tuesday, March 17 at the Roxbury Firehall. The dinner was chaired by Joan Pebler and Rose Gerber and catered by Sharon Fleck. RCS students Jamie Vandyke, Tim Douglas, Ryan Skipper and Danyelle Greene assisted as servers. Fifty-five members were present for the occasion.

Roxbury News: March 18, 2009


“Ignite! In the power of the Holy Spirit” is the theme of a church renewal event sponsored by the Gould Memorial Reformed church on Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21. Guest leaders are from the Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International.

Roxbury News: March 11, 2009


Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Snyder and Esther Snyder attended the play “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” at Andes Central School Friday night. The play was directed by Tamara Snyder. Scouts and their leaders participated in Scout Sunday at morning worship at the Gould Church on March 8.

Painting and photo shows open at RAG

Roxbury — Double exhibits in The Walt Meade Gallery and The Old Bank Gallery of The Roxbury Arts Group open on March 21 and continue through May 16. Opening receptions for both shows will take place on Saturday, March 21 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Kevin Q. Gray, a photographer from Cherry Valley, with a special interest in antiquarian photo processes, such as tintypes and Polaroid emulsions, will exhibit recent works in The Old Bank Gallery.

Police search for gunman after Roxbury store robbery

By Brian Sweeney
Police are searching for an armed robber who stole cash from the Roxbury Country Store on Monday night.

Roxbury planners await input on Moresville

By Julia Green
All’s quiet on the windy front as the Roxbury Planning Board awaits a response from Invenergy. Visible progress on the proposed Moresville Wind Project hums in idle as the review process continues moving through the required State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) review, and the ball is still decisively in the developer’s court.

Wildcats bounce RCS boys in sectional thriller

By Julia Green
By all accounts, it couldn’t possibly have been closer.
When sixth-seeded Roxbury traveled to Davenport Saturday for the second-round sectional match-up against the host Wildcats, it was a close battle from start to finish – a battle that reached its pinnacle when there was literally no time left on the clock. The final was 43-42, Davenport.

Roxbury News: March 4, 2008


What day of the year is a command to go forward? (Hint: try today’s date).
Our clocks are to go forward also. Before you retire on Saturday, March 7, be sure to “spring ahead” one hour.

There are many events to which we can “march forth” in the next week.

Full season of workshops at Roxbury Arts

Roxbury — The Roxbury Arts Group announces a series of workshops for adults that range through fitness, crafts, fine arts and technologies to assist artists. The series runs from early March through early May and are planned for the most part as one- or two-session introductions to the subject.

Art therapy on program for Roxbury Library Forum

Roxbury resident and art therapist Ellen Stewart will offer Roxbury Library Association Tuesday attendees a series of creative exercises to heal body, mind and spirit on Tuesday, March 10 at 1 p.m.

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