June 13, 2001 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Flag Day On Thursday, June 14th

Flag Day recognizes the June day in 1777 when the Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States. This year More...

Sheriff’s Report

On June 3, 2001 at approximately 10 am a 17 year old from Patterson, New York was arrested for Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 4th Degree a class Felony. A 13 year old from Pawling, New York was also charged as a juvenile delinquent. More...

Vassar To Offer Support For Parents Of Children With ADD/ADHD

Vassar Brothers Hospital will host a support program for parents of children with Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The session will be held on Wednesday, June 20t at 7:00 pm in the hospital More...

Freedom Ford Leads Effort To Keep HV Kids Safe

Most parents and families are unaware of the fact that more than 2,100 children are reported missing each day. More...

Skin Cancer Screening At Putnam Hospital

The American Cancer Society, the Putnam Hospital Center , and Drs. More...

March Of Dimes Seeks Grantees

The March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation Greater New York Chapter More...

Office For The Disabled To Hold Open House

A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on Tuesday, June 19th at the new Office for the Disabled at 67 Gleneida Ave in Carmel. More...

Cresci And Ross Gardens In Garrison Will Open To The Public On June 24th

The Garden Conservancy More...

Hudson River Valley Ramble Expands Festival Weekend

The 2001 "Hudson River Valley Ramble" trails festival on September 22-23 will expand this year to include guided paddle and biking events in addition to nearly 70 walks and hikes. More...

Harvey Best Installed As Master Of Philipstown Masonic Lodge #236

Pictured above right is Worshipful Harvey J. Best with Right Worshipful Arnold Eshoo, District Deputy Grand Master of The First Westchester/Putnam District. More...

Summer Solstice Celebration At Mt. Ninham, June 23

There will be a summer solstice celebration on the summit of Mt. Ninham on Saturday, June 23 at Noon. Bring plants, poems, songs or sayings to celebrate in a circle around the tower. More...

Talk of the Town

...Happy Birthday to Sylvia Lyons, who celebrated her birthday on June 8th. More...

AHA Home Tip - Understand Your Listing Agreement

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Workshops On Changing Long-Term Behavior In Students At BOCES

Diffusing a student More...

New Administrative Director of Imaging Services Appointed at Hudson Valley Hospital Center

Vincent W. Clevenger, R.T. (N) (R) LRT, of Highland, NY, has been named administrative director of imaging services at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt Manor, NY. More...

Vassar Brothers Looks To Recruit New Volunteers Vassar Brothers Hospital will host an open house for the recruitment of volunteers on Tuesday, June 19 from 1 to 4 pm in Conference Room B.

Learn about volunteer opportunities that are available in many patient care units, such as the cancer center and cardiac surgery, the gift shop, information desk, patient flower delivery and in other clerical areas. More...

Summer Discovery Programs For Children Available Through Putnam Children’s Discovery Center

This summer sign your child up for an exciting Discovery program at The Putnam Children More...

Forty Hours Eucharist Adoration In Honor Of The Sacred Heart Of Jesus

The Legion of Mary, at St. Columbanus Church, in Cortlandt Manor, is organizing Forty-Hours Eucharistic Adoration in Honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The event will take place on Sunday, June 17th at 1pm at St. More...

Summer Leadership Institute Offered By Putnam County Youth Bureau

The Putnam County Youth Bureau will be offering a free Summer Leadership Institute from July 9th through August 3rd, 2002 that will be open to students, Grades 7 through 12. More...

Chess Open To Take Place In Peekskill

The Second Putnam/Northern Westchester Chess Open will take place on Saturday, June 16th at the Cortland Hook & Ladder Co. #1 Firehouse, 828 Main St. in Peekskill. More...

Eighth Annual Scarborough Faire Herb Festival

On Sunday, June 24, Mills Mansion State Historic Site, the Friends of Mills Mansion and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Dutchess County are hosting the Eighth Annual Scarborough Faire Herb Festival, "A Celebration of Herbs, Horticulture and Hud More...

Refinancing Your Mortgage: Should You Or Shouldn’t You?

Conventional wisdom maintained that it made sense to refinance your mortgage only if the rates dropped two percentage points. That advice has been replaced with new thinking. More...

All-American Picnic At Boscobel On July 1st

Boscobel will have its annual All-American Picnic on Sunday, July 1, from 11:30 to 3:30pm. The picnic will be held on Boscobel More...

AARP To Meet

The Cold Spring-Philips-town AARP will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 19th at 1pm at the VFW Town Annex on Kemble Avenue. More...

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