September 8, 2010 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Who Loves Heritage Tomatoes?

PCN&R reader David L Archer, of Hopewell Junction, describes the photo he sent: “The green horned tomato worm enjoying a repast. Our heritage tomatoes seem to be a hit here in Hopewell. More...

‘Get Your Pink On’

Robert’s Salon supports cancer event

Robert’s Total Care Salon, located in the Foodtown Shopping Center, Cold Spring, is supporting the American Cancer Society during the months of September and October. More...

Get Ready for Hazardous Waste Collection Day

Putnam County’s next Hazardous Waste Collection Day is set for October 2 from 9am to 1pm, with preregistration required. Call 845-808-1390 ext. 43150. Location: Putnam County Department of Health, 1 Geneva Road, Brewster. More...

High Holy Days in Beacon

Beacon Hebrew Alliance will continue its tradition of welcoming all worshippers to High Holiday services, led by Rabbi Josh Wohl and Cantor Ellen Gersh. More...

‘Strut Your Mutt’ Sept. 19

The Putnam Humane Society’s annual fundraising event is scheduled for Sunday, September 19, 11-4 at Veteran’s Memorial Park (off Gypsy Trail Road) in Carmel. More...

Putnam Remembers its 9-11 Heroes

Hundreds of people are expected to crowd into the Carmel Cornerstone Park on Saturday for what has become a Putnam County tradition. More...

Religious Services

OUR LADY OF LORETTO CATHOLIC CHURCH Fair Street, Cold Spring 265-3718 ourladyoflorettocs.com Fr. Brian McSweeney, Pastor Masses: Sat 5:30pm, Sun 7:30am, 9, & 11:45am., Weekdays: 8:15am, St. More...

Correction

In the article “Carrying on an Enterprising Heritage in the Highlands” in the Sept. 1, 2010, issue of the PCN&R, we referred to the Putnam Historical Society. Its correct name is the Putnam County Historical Society. More...

Local Law Enforcement Says Drive Carefully

School has reopened for the 2010-11 school year and police are reminding motorists this week to be especially careful since hundreds of school buses are on area roads transporting more than 14,000 children to and from school across Putnam County. More...

From The CHAMBER

Have you noticed the shiny new backstop at the Garrison Union Free School ballfield? I pass it twice a day going to work and often see community members using the field for recreational purposes in the late afternoon and early evening. More...

New Cantor at First Hebrew Congregation

Services at First Hebrew Congregation have been enriched, as has its Hebrew School, with the hiring of Mt. Kisco native Marian Turk as Cantor and Principal. The combination of the two positions is a growing trend among synagogues. More...

Seasonal Flu Vaccine Clinics for Residents 19 and Older

The Putnam County Department of Health will be holding public seasonal flu clinics for Putnam County residents 19 years of age and older at the following locations: • Wed Sep 15; Garrison Fire Department; 2pm – 6:30pm; 1616 Route 9, Gar More...

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