Community Living

Lake Huntington News

If you are thinking, “What can I do during the summer,” keep on reading. I am trying to list local events that you can go to. There is nothing like a great night out to eat or at a yard sale, penny social or pancake breakfast. I personally love to be out and about and see some of the townsfolk.

Narrowsburg News

A few or our favorites are returning to Narrowsburg. Well, actually the farmers’ market has returned already. There is always something fresh and delicious available at the farmer’s market on Friday evenings from 5pm – 8 pm at The Union. You’ll be able to stock up for the weekend with fresh produce, meats, honey, prepared foods, etc.

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The Wayne Memorial Hospice team staff, seated, are Donna Highhouse, aide, left; Daniela Davis, RN; and Melissa Stephens, RN. Standing are Charlene Whitmore, RN; Desiree Mizwinski; Lisa Grecco, RN/manager; Anna Walsh, social worker; and Karon Shaffer, RN.

Butterfly release to mark hospice anniversary

HONESDALE, PA — Wayne Memorial Hospital’s (WMH) hospice team is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the department with a spectacular display to which everyone is invited. “We plan to release a kaleidoscope of butterflies in Honesdale’s Central Park at 10 a.m.

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Looking Back

Years ago, the Weiden family of Narrowsburg donated to the Cochecton Preservation Society a vintage wooden egg shipping box that was used to send eggs to their family in NYC via railroad. The box has a hinged lid with a latch that closes with a swivel L-shaped hook. It did not lock.

Lake Huntington News

They say there is nothing to do in Sullivan County—NOT. I went on a bus trip with CD Trips on Saturday, May 20. I do not like getting up in the morning, so I was not looking forward to being in Liberty at 7:30 in the morning to get on the bus. My travel partner was Pastor Phyllis Haynes of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in  Narrowsburg.

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication
Specialist 3rd Class Robert S. Price

Milford Boatswain’s Mate in the Mediterranean

MILFORD, PA — Boatswain’s Mate Seaman Tanya Riker, from Milford, mans the nozzle of a fire-fighting hose aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) during a main space fire drill on the Mediterranean Sea on May 22. USS Ross, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is conducting naval operations in the U.S.

Photos by Randazzo Blau


All you need is lovage

Among the first plants to flourish in my garden come spring is lovage (Levisticum officinale). Known to the French as céleri bâtarde, “fake celery,” this stalk-less leafy herb does have a very similar green, slightly salty flavor with a pleasant hint of bitter.



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