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Narrowsburg News 7/5/18

Have you noticed all the balloons decorating Narrowsburg’s intersections this week? It is a festive indication of all the graduation parties being held in backyards around town. We enjoyed some devilled eggs, pasta salad, and s’mores at Will and Vanessa Reeves’ last week, celebrating their oldest daughter Ally’s graduation from high school.

NFD Chicken Bbq

The day starts early for members of the Narrowsburg Fire Department as they prepare to light the barbeque-pit coals.  By the time the evening rolls around, the last of the 500 chicken dinners will have been distributed at the firehouse.

It’s an annual tradition.  And like many traditions, it involves a community of people.

TRR photos by Jude Waterston

 Wild salmon burger on dressed greens 

A pescatarian comes to visit

We are awaiting the arrival in a few days of our nephew Josh, his wife Jen and their 13-year-old son, Sammy. When they visited a year ago, it was announced that Sam had become a pescatarian. Who had heard the term before? Not I. I looked it up.

Talk on travels abroad

MONTICELLO, NY — Marvin Rapport will present “Interesting Tales From Far Away Places: A Kid From Monticello Travels the Globe” on Thursday, July 5 at 6 p.m. Rapport, an attorney, served as chief of staff for Matthew McHugh and then traveled the globe on behalf of the Anti-Defamation League.

Dinner supports dog park

KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — There will be a buffet dinner to support the new Town of Bethel Dog Park on Thursday, July 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Sorella’s Pizzeria and Restaurant, 3562 Rte. 55. The suggested donation is $25. There will be raffles and prizes as well as dinner. All donations are tax deductible.

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Seen here are last year’s volunteers for CRMC Foundation’s 2017 Golf Classic

CRMC Golf Classic

HARRIS, NY — The Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC) Foundation will hold its 40th annual golf classic on Wednesday, July 11. The annual event invites area golfers and sponsors to support the hospital’s mission of providing exceptional healthcare to the community. Proceeds will be used to renovate the emergency room at CRMC’s Grover M.

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Builders Club helps SPCA

ROCK HILL, NY — The Robert J. Kaiser Middle School Builders Club started June off with a visit to the Sullivan County SPCA. They delivered loads of goodies to the shelter, including food, toys and blankets that were generously donated by the club members as well as other middle-school students and faculty.



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