October 30, 2002 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Holiday Lighting Fund Nears $15,000 Goal

The following have contributed to the Cold Spring Holiday Lighting Fund since their last listing. To date, the fund has received $10,740 torwards the $15,000 goal. More...

Hanna And Mould Wed

The beautiful grounds of the Cortlandt Colonial, Cortlandt Manor was the setting for the August 3, 2002 wedding of Suzanne Elizabeth Hanna, Cold Spring, NY, and Erik Arthur Moulds, Salt Lake City, UT. The Bishop Ralph Young officiated. More...

Howland Library Offers Free Blood Pressure Screenings

The Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, in conjunction with A&T Healthcare, is offering free monthly blood pressure screenings at the library. More...

Andrew Pless Of Cold Spring Receives AARP Volunteer Recognition Award

Cold Spring resident Andrew Pless was recently honored by the AARP New York State Office at the fourth annual Volunteer Recognition Awards ceremony and luncheon. More...

Winterizing Your Trees Gives Them A Headstart In The Spring

Giving your trees some care before winter sets in can help them get off to a healthy and attractive start next spring. More...

Vassar Lymphedema Support Group Offers Free Lecture

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Fibromyalgia Support Group To Meet

The Arthritis Center at Hudson Valley Hospital Center sponsors a Fibromyalgia Support Group that meets the first Tuesday of the month. The next gathering of the support group will be on November 5th from 7 to 8 pm. More...

Census Bureau To Update Information On Nation’s Voting Patterns

About 2-in-5 U.S. residents age 18 and over voted in the last "off-year" congressional election in 1998. Did the rate increase, decrease or stay the same in the elections held on Nov. 5, 2002? More...

Putnam Hospital’s Maternity Center To Offer Numerous Classes On November 2nd

From 8:30 to 9:15 am, Putnam Hospital Center More...

Putnam Hospital Will Offer Pets And The Newborn Class

On Saturday, November 2nd, from 2:15 to 3:15 pm, Putnam Hospital Center More...

Child Abuse Investigation Conference To Be Held In Kent On November 5th

The Putnam County Child Advocacy Center is hosting a one-day conference titled "Pulling Together to Protect Children - Advanced Strategies for Multi-Disciplinary Team Investigations of Child Abuse. More...

Philipstown 2020 Planning Forum On Sunday Nov. 24

Residents encouraged to participate

Sunday, November 24th is another of the continuing opportunities to have your say in the future of Philipstown. The Comprehensive Plan Special Board(CPSB) and the Town Board are holding a town-wide planning forum from 1pm to 5pm at Haldane. More...

Chamber Launching Forum For The Self-Employed

Hidden in the hills or nestled in the midst of Philipstown hundreds of people who are their own boss, or dream to be. More...

Haldane Releases Estimated Tax Impact Of Referendum Proposals

At the Monday night meeting of the Haldane PTA, members of the School More...

Empire State College’s Hudson Valley Center To Hold Information Sessions

Empire State College, of the State University of New York, will hold public information sessions about its undergraduate programs on Wednesday, November 6 at 6 pm and Thursday, November 21 at noon at its Hudson Valley Center, 200 North Central Avenue More...

Brewster Village To Hold Holiday Season Kick-Off

A public celebration kicks off the Holiday Season in the Village of Brewster. More...

Vassar Lymphedema Support Group Offers Free Lecture

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NYSEG Grant To Benefit Seniors

The NYSEG grant will be used to purchase a VideoEye Power Magnification System. It will be placed at the new William Koehler Senior Center in Mahopac which is presently serving approximately one hundred seniors daily. More...

Vassar Brothers Offers Support For Parents Of Children With Diabetes

Vassar Brothers Medical Center will host a support program for parents of children with diabetes. This group will be held on Wednesday, November 13th at 7 pm in Conference Room A. More...

County Announces Home Improvement Program

The Putnam County Housing Corporation (PCHC) has $200,000 in funding to continue its Home Improvement Program through the New York State Affordable Housing Corporation. More...

Is Your Home Prepared For A Visit From Old Man Winter?

Take steps now to prevent winter disasters

Burst pipes, frozen gutters and wind-driven snow cause millions of dollars in weather-related damages to New York homes each winter, according to the New York Insurance Association (NYIA). More...

Egan And Howard Wed

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egan of Cold Spring, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Howard of Watertown, NY would like to announce the marriage of their children, Kathleen and David. More...

Jewish War Veterans Schedule Monthly Meeting

Pvt Herman Siegal Post, #625, of the Jewish War Veterans, will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Sunday, November 10, at Denny More...

Saint Mary’s And Clinton Funeral Home To Hold Remembrance Service

The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary-in-the-Highlands, Cold Spring, and Clinton Funeral Home, Cold Spring, have joined together for what they hope will be a helpful service to the whole community. More...

Business Leaders Meet To Discuss Disaster Preparedness

Approximately 50 representatives from area businesses recently attended the half-day seminar at Arms Acres, "Is Your Business/Organization Prepared for a Disaster? More...

Northern Westchester Hospital Center Presents Program On Alzheimer’s Disease

The Institute for Neurosciences at Northern Westchester Hospital will present "What You Need to Know about Alzheimer More...

Farmers’ Market To Remain Open Through November

Special Thanksgiving market planned. More...

Dietician Now Available For Cancer Patients

The Dyson Center for Cancer Care at Vassar Brothers Medical Center will host a free Healthy Eating Informational Program for cancer patients on Tuesdays, November 6th and 20th, from 1 to 3 pm. More...

Pain-Relief Class For Moms-To-Be

Vassar Brothers Medical Center will hold a pain-relief class for expectant mothers and their families on Wednesday, November 13 from 7 to 9 pm in the Maternity Center Classroom. More...

Talk of the Town

Every year the Halloween parade gets better and better. This year More...

PV’s Kinsley And Velardo Explore Justice System In Los Angeles

National Youth Leadership Forum Provides Insight Into U.S. Justice System

Two students, Meaghan Kinsley and Gina Velardo of Putnam Valley, have recently been selected to participate in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Law (NYLF/LAW) from October 22 to October 27, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. More...

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