I would like to start my column with saying “thank you” to all my readers.
Carolyn E. Bosch, of Eldred, NY, passed away at Kaplan Family Hospice Residence with her family at her side on Thursday, July 26, 2018.
The daughter of the late Harold Rhodes and Glandese (Gladys) Hokrein Rhodes Strauskulage, she was born in Clarks Summit, PA on August 12, 1929.
Thomas B. Mattimore, Sebring, FL (former resident of Narrowsburg, NY) passed away at the age of 61.
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Norwood Financial Corp (Nasdaq Global Market-NWFL) and its subsidiary, Wayne Bank, announced earnings for the three months ended June 30 of $3,513,000. This represents an increase of $789,000 or 29.0%, from the $2,724,000 earned in the similar period of 2017.
MONTICELLO, NY — The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) has been awarded the contract for foster-home-finding services of Sullivan County. It will be called “Open Hearts—Open Homes” and will be run by Rebecca Morabito, program coordinator, whose office is located in the County Building at 100 North St. She can be reached at 845/551-4267.
HONESDALE, PA — The Stourbridge Project will host a Glowforge laser-cutting workshop on Tuesdays August 7, 14 and 21. Learn beginning and intermediate skills on the Glowforge Laser cutting machine. Work on your own project hands-on with one-on- one instruction.
EQUINUNK, PA — Dan Myers, director of the Center for Adult and Community Services, a division of Southern Westchester BOCES, will present a program titled “Acid Factories: A History of the Wood Chemical Industry” on Saturday, August 4 at 1 p.m. at the Equinunk Historical Society, 1972 Pine Mill Rd.
Lyman Louis Lemnitzer was born August 29, 1899 in Honesdale, PA, second son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Lemnitzer. Graduating 86th of 271 in his West Point class of 1920, Lemnitzer was stationed for a time in the Philippines. In 1923 he married Katherine Tryon, daughter of a Methodist minister.
Welcome to August: high season in Narrowsburg. The shops and restaurants are busy with visitors. The Delaware River is full of rafters and kayakers. And the nightly accommodations around town are booked solid.