Roxbury News: Sept. 15, 2010

A family buffet was held Saturday evening, Sept. 4 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Snyder to celebrate the birthdays of Greg Snyder on September 4 and Anne Snyder on September 5. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Snyder and son, Cooper, Kristin Snyder and friend Joel Zale and Esther Snyder enjoyed the meal and birthday cake which was made by Kerry Snyder.

Chili Cook-Off was a hot time


By Claire Cella
They were spicing it up for a good cause in Andes Saturday as The Andes Hotel hosted a Chili Cook-Off and tasting in the Summer Shack with proceeds designated for new signage in the Town of Andes as part of the Andes Beautification Fund.

7th Auxiliary Fashion Show a runway hit with audience

By Dorothy Jennings
September 11 is a day of reflection and poignant memories, particularly for New Yorkers who witnessed firsthand the heartbreak wrought by the terrorist attack and the loss of 3,000 innocent civilians, our fellow countrymen.

Plattekill earns Chamber honors

Delhi — The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce will recognize several businesses and individuals for their service to the county’s business community at its 2010 Annual Awards Dinner.

LIVESTRONG Family Weekends for cancer victims hosted by YMCA

Claryville — Frost Valley Y has partnered with the Lance Armstrong Foundation and will be hosting LIVESTRONG Family Weekends for people affected by cancer and their families on September 17-19 and October 29-31.

Book signing at Home Goods of Margaretville

Margaretville — The public is invited to a free workshop and book-signing with Gale Steves, author of Right-Sizing Your Home: How to Make Your House Fit Your Lifestyle on Saturday, September 11 starting at 4 p.m. at the Commons Building on Main Street, Margaretville.

Government Day sponsored by CWC

Margaretville — The 10th Annual Catskills Local Government Day, a day of workshops, panel discussions and training for local government officials, Catskills residents and business people, will be held Friday, Oct. 1 at Catskill Mountain Foundation’s Doctorow Center for the Arts, Main Street, Hunter.

Jody Primoff speaks on John Burroughs

Delhi — Join the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) on Saturday Sept. 18, for the last in its popular series of history luncheons scheduled for 2010. The luncheon will begin at 12:30 p.m. with the presentation following at approximately 1:15.

Sister Sparrow And The Dirty Birds

Roxbury — The Kincheloe kids are back in town. One Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m., Roxbury’s own Arleigh and Jackson Kincheloe will bring Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds to The Roxbury Arts Group’s Old School Baptist Church for an end-of-summer dance and potluck picnic.

Potluck luncheon at Roxbury Library

Roxbury — To open the 2010-2011 Roxbury Library Association (RLA) Tuesday Forum season, the RLA will host a potluck luncheon at the Roxbury Library on Tuesday, Sept. 14 at noon. RLA Tuesday Forum Coordinator Julia A. Menne cordially requests that each attendee bring a dish to pass, as well as a place setting.

Syndicate content