August 2, 2000 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Philipstown Seniors Plan Trip To Cape Cod

The Philipstown Senior Citizens is sponsoring a 3-night, 4-day trip to Cape Cod. The trip includes a stop at Mystic Village, Mystic, CT, then on to Massachusetts, where lodging will be at Louis Bay Lodge, West Yarmouth, MA. More...

Police Activity NY State Police

On July 25, State Police at Cold Spring investigated a one-car property damage auto accident on Route 9, north of the Garrison Golf Club. Investigation revealed the driver of the van, Francis Skelton, age 45, was highly intoxicated. More...

Rich Gomes On Syracuse University Dean’s List

Rich Gomes of Cold Spring has been named to the Dean More...

Talk of the Town

Happy Birthdays go out this week to Valerie Robertson and Steven Rust, who celebrated on July 30th, and to Elizabeth Todd Healy and Janet Rust, who celebrated on July 31st. Our Lions Club calendar says it More...

District Attorney Wright Elected VP Of State DA’s Association

Putnam County District Attorney, Kevin L. Wright was sworn in July 22nd, as Third vice-president of the New York State District Attorneys Association. The selection places Mr. More...

Free Information On Nursing Facilities Available

Entrusting the care of a loved one to someone else is an important and personal decision. It is a decision that must be made together as a family to ensure that the nursing facility you select fits the lifestyle and needs of your loved one. More...

Coin Collectors To Meet August 9th

The Croton River Numismatic Society of Carmel will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, August 9th in the Croton Lodge Masonic Hall located on Church Street, next to Gilead Presbyterian Church, just one block off Route 6, in Carmel at 8 pm. More...

Putnam CAP Requests School Supply Donations

Putnam Community Action Program invites community residents and organizations to donate school supplies to meet a local need. These materials will be provided to needy Putnam families for their school-age children. More...

Butterfield Library To Offer Internet Class

The Julia L. Butterfield Library is offering an adult Internet Class. These classes are designed for the true beginner. Class schedule is as follows: Wednesday, August 2nd, 16th, 23rd or 30th from 7:00 - 8:00pm. More...

Local Girl Graduates From Emma Willard School

Julia Frances Kinkel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Kinkel of Garrison, graduated from Emma Willard School on Sunday, June 4, during the School More...

Putnam Valley School District To Offer Free/Reduced Price Meals

Last week the Putnam Valley School District announced that it will once again be participating in the free and reduced price meal program for its Elementary and Middle School children. More...

Collaborative Concepts Extends Show At McDonnell Atelier

In response to tremendous enthusiastic support from the community, the 23 artists involved in "Collaborative Concepts" at the McDonnell Atelier, have extended the exhibition and sale through Labor Day. More...

Mount Gulian Offers Children’s Heritage Camp

Mount Gulian Historic Site, Fishkill, is accepting registration for its Children More...

Local Adults Receive Girl Scout Volunteer Recognition

Ten adult Girl Scout volunteers were recently awarded the Appreciation Pin by Girl Scouts of Westchester/Putnam, Inc. This national recognition acknowledges outstanding service to at least one geographic service unit, usually the volunteer More...

Cardiologists At Hudson Valley Heart Center Receive National Certification

Dr. M. Zubair Jafar and Dr. Louis Kantaros of the Hudson Valley Heart Center have passed their interventional Cardiology Boards, making them two of the few cardiologists to be certified in Interventional Cardiology in New York State. More...

Celebrate Christmas In August - Give The Gift Of Life By Donating Your Unwanted Vehicle To The Kidney Foundation Of NY/NJ

Celebrate the spirit of giving in August, you don More...

June Real Estate Sales Set Record

Sales of existing single-family homes in New York set a new record in June, showing significant growth compared to the preceding month, according to single-family sales data accumulated by the New York State Association of Realtors. More...

Ferencz Sisters of Garrison Featured in National Magazine

Jesse Ferencz, 10, and Nikki Ferencz, 5, of Garrison, are featured in the August edition of Exceptional Parent Magazine. Jesse and Nikki can be found in the Children More...

SUNY Empire State College To Hold Information Sessions At Valley Locations

SUNY Empire State College will hold public information sessions throughout August at its Hudson Valley locations. More...

Hudson River Arts Festival Seeks Food And Craft Vendors

The Bardavon and the City of Poughkeepsie, in association with the Dutchess County Arts Council and the Hudson Valley Bluegrass Association and with major support from Fleet Bank and WPDH/WEOK/WCZX and WKZE Radio are pleased to announce the 5th annua More...

Brewster VFW To Discuss Veterans Day Activities

Veterans of Foreign Wars Brewster Post #672 Commander Ronald A. Lipschitz announces that the regular monthly meeting of Brewster Post VFW #672 will be held on Friday August 11th at 8:00 pm. More...

Volunteers To Help Restore Historic Mount Beacon

Seventy volunteers from the Youth Resource Development Corporation More...

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