September 27, 2000 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Save A Life By Donating Your Unwanted Car, Truck Or Van To The National Kidney Foundation Of NY/NJ This October

You can save a life by donating your unwanted car, truck or van to "America More...

Grant Money Available For Putnam County Artists

Special $2500 grants are available to individual artists who live and work in Putnam County. These funds are from the New York State Council on the Arts and are administered by the Putnam Arts Council. More...

Hudson Valley Hospital Center Annual Auxiliary Fundraising Ball Scheduled For November 18

The Auxiliary of Hudson Valley Hospital Center is hosting its gala annual ball at the Rye Town Hilton, Saturday, November 18th. "The theme this year is More...

Coin Collectors To Meet October 11th

The Croton River Numismatic Society of Carmel will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, October 11th 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...

Barbara Ann Sgro Professes First Vows As Blauvelt Dominican Sister

On August 6 the Blauvelt Dominican Sisters marked the Feast Day celebration of their founder, St. Dominic, with the profession of first vows of Sisters Beryl Herdt and Barbara Ann Sgro. More...

Retired Teachers To Hold Fall Luncheon

The Putnam County Retired Teachers Association will be having its Fall Luncheon on Wednesday October 11th at the Bird and Bottle Inn on Rt. 9 in Garrison. More...

Philipstown Players Readies Dracula For Depot Opening

Although Bram Stoker More...

Philipstown Republican Club Welcomes Many New Members & Guests

The kick-off meeting of the Philisptown Republican Club was held on Thursday, September 7th at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison. President Linda Schmitt welcomed a room full of new members and guests. More...

World Bead Day Celebrated In Cold Spring This Sunday

October 1, 2000 is the First Annual World Bead Day, sponsored by the fledgling National Bead Society. More...

Margaret Ellen Lowery Weds David James Keppel

Margaret Ellen Lowery and David James Keppel were married on May 27, 2000, at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church in Newport News, VA. The ceremony was witnessed by the Reverend Timothy Keeney. More...

Putnam County "CROP Walk" On October 15

The ninth annual Putnam County "CROP Walk" will be held on Sunday, October 15 starting at 2:00pm, leaving from Drew United Methodist Church in Carmel, and going around Lake Gleneida. More...

Patterson Female Arrested & Charged With Falsely Reporting Incident

On September 21 at 4:00 in the morning, Melissa Mills, age 23, of Patterson, was arrested for Falsely Reporting an Incident in the 3rd degree, a class B misdemeanor. More...

Governor Extends Lower Fuel Price Program On Thruway 5-Cent per gallon reduction program to run until end of year

Governor Pataki announced last week that the 5-cents per gallon reduction in fuel prices now in effect at all Thruway Travel Centers will be extended until January 1, saving Thruway motorists an additional $900,000 this year. More...

Hospital Encourages Women To Get A Mammogram During October Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Breast Care Center at Hudson Valley Hospital Center has announced an offer to encourage women who are due for a mammogram to come to one of their four sites in Cortlandt Manor, Yorktown, Putnam Valley and Croton through the month of October. More...

Vendors Wanted For PARC Holiday Craft Fair

Putnam Associated Resource Centers (PARC) is looking for vendors for its More...

Floyd Patterson To Chair AMEN Thirtieth Anniversary Celebration

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County Health Department Asks Residents To Stay Aware Of Tick/Lyme Threat

The crisp air of autumn is beckoning and the fall foliage is nearing its peak. But beware of ticks! Although summer is over, your risk of getting Lyme disease or ehrlichiosis (or both!) after a walk in the woods is not. More...

Cold Spring Lions Club Sponsor "Puppies Behind Bars"

There is a unique charitable organization at work in the New York State correctional system. It is called Puppies Behind Bars and its mission is to train inmates to raise puppies to be guide dogs for the blind. More...

Hospital Seeks Volunteers For Osteoporosis Research Study

The Helen Hayes Hospital Clinical Research Center in West Haverstraw is currently recruiting women to participate in a research study examining new ways to prevent osteoporosis. More...

American Red Cross Urges Putnam County Residents To Enjoy The Outdoors And Remain Safe With First Aid

Putnam County residents celebrated National Hunting and Fishing Day on September 24th as the 2000-2001 hunting and fishing season is set to open on October 1st. Celebration of National Wildlife Week will take place October 10th -16th. More...

Author Diamant And Fish Family Lauded At Historical Society Gala On Revolution

An author of books about Hudson Valley history and a family who helped make that history were honored last Saturday, Sept. 9, at a gala dinner in Cold Spring sponsored by the Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum. More...

Richard de Koster To Speak At St. Mary’s On Oct. 3rd

The Women of St. Mary More...

Democrats To Hold Bake Sale This Saturday

The Philipstown Democratic Club Bake Sale will be held on Saturay, September 30th at the Grand Union Plaza in Cold Spring from 9am to Noon. More...

Donovan Undefeated In O’Neill Varsity Tennis

The James I. O More...

Mahopac VFD Ladies Aux. To Host Penny Social, Oct. 6

The Mahopac Falls VFD Ladies Auxiliary will host a Penny Social on Friday, October 6th at the Firehouse. The doors will open at 6:30pm and drawings will start at 7:30pm. Door prizes, craft raffles and refreshments will be available. More...

North Highlands Fire District Installs Firtst Dry Hydrant 1,500 gallon water capacity will aid firefighters’ efforts

On September 15, 2000, Philipstown North Highlands Fire District completed its first dry hydrant, located near Clove Creek bridge on Old Albany Post Road. More...

Talk of the Town

...Happy belated birthdays to Phil Merando, Elizabeth Valenti, Byron Brewer, Jim Greenough and Cindy Gagnon. More...

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