Community Living

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‘A lotta ricotta’

CALLICOON CENTER, NY — “A lotta ricotta,” a two-hour workshop on making cheese at Apple Pond Farm & Renewable Energy Education Center, 80 Hahn Rd., will be held on Saturday, September 8, from 2 to 4 p.m. Learn about goats and the variety of cheese that can be made from their milk.

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This postcard is a photograph by Otto Hillig, a famous early 20th century Sullivan County photographer, of early Neversink settlers.

Neversink History Afternoon

GRAHAMSVILLE, NY  — Neversink History Afternoon will be held on Sunday, September 9 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Time and the Valleys Museum, on State Route 55. The museum’s rich collection of historical records, photographs, books and artifacts will be available to visitors, bringing to life the history of the Town of Neversink.

Long Eddy Junior High students (early 1900s)

Looking Back 9/6/18

Summer is drawing to a close and, as September begins, the new school year opens for many local districts.

Though class sizes in the Upper Delaware today typically remain small compared to schools across the nation, much smaller schools once existed in the area.

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Lake Huntington News 9/6/18

I am so mad at E-ZPass: they have another license plate attached to my E-ZPass account, I closed out my tag  and got another one with a new number. I got my statement today, and I’m still getting charged for someone else who uses it Monday through Friday. If you have E-ZPass you should check your statement and your credit charge statement.

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Library card sign-up month

REGION — This September, the 47 member libraries of the Ramapo Catskill Library System (RCLS) are joining with the American Library Association and libraries nationwide for Library Card Sign-up Month, an initiative to make sure that every student has the most important school supply of all: a free library card.

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Jack Barnett, leader of SEEDS’ solar circle, installs tracking for the solar panels on the Lacawac Sanctuary Visitors Center along with volunteers.

SEEDS volunteers power Lacawac center

LAKE ARIEL, PA — Recently, dedicated volunteers from the non-profit SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support) completed the installation of 28 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on the roof of the Lacawac Sanctuary Visitors Center.



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