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I write this column with a heavy heart, as my friend and former co-worker Nancy Simonet passed away recently. Nancy was married to her husband Jeffery for 54 years, and together they have three kids … more
I finally got TV back. DIRECTV technical support is not one of my favorite places to have to call on Tuesday night. Finally on Saturday a very nice guy named Gonzalo came and fixed the problem. The … more
I am on my fifth day of eating my mother’s sausage stuffing. I ate it as I was making it on Wednesday, had it again on Thanksgiving, lunch on Friday, lunch on Saturday and in Thanksgiving soup … more
I was watching Direct TV Cinema and the “Winnie the Pooh” trailer came on, featuring Winnie mumbling his famous “What to do, what to do?” He is so right. What do I do for … more
How are you all doing, I just got over that horrible cold that comes with a sore throat and cough. Hope I am done for the year.  Facebook is a great thing, I was on it over the weekend and I … more
I finally did it. I joined the breakfast club at the Fosterdale Café for breakfast on Friday mornings. There were 10 of us. I had a ham and egg on a buttered roll—something so simple, … more
The Cochecton Youth Commission held there Tricky Trunk on Saturday Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. at the Cochecton Town Hall lower parking lot. I would like to thank all of the families that were there with their … more
I would like to start off my column this week with a “congratulations!” to Peggy and Larry Richardson on their 50th wedding anniversary. I wish you many years of love and happiness. You … more
Hello, I had the best time at my nieces wedding, everything went perfect. I came home on Sunday and it took me till Wednesday to feel like I was not ran over by a car. You really use a lot of muscles … more
I am writing my column on Wednesday night, heading down to Long Island for my niece’s wedding. My niece Mollie has me very involved, and she can be a little bossy. Besides making the favors and … more
BETHEL, NY — The Raise the Roof barbeque fundraiser for the Roycroft family on September 22 was a great success. Dottie Roycroft was recently diagnosed with leukemia and her family, including … more
Last weekend I was out and about down at the four corners in Eldred helping out at the St. Baldrick’s event to help fight childhood cancer. Lou Monteleone works for months to put this event … more
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 … more
As many of you may know, the Roycroft Family recently has been through some tough times. Dottie was diagnosed with leukemia and had a bone marrow transplant in March. She is not able to work for at … more
I would like to start my column with saying “thank you” to all my readers. There is no better feeling than when you go into the post office and someone says, “Hi, Eileen; love your … more
Hello how is everyone doing? I hope you enjoyed the great weather over the weekend. The umbrella is going to get a good work out this week; stay dry. My grammar school friends from Queens, Patty and … more
I am sure you all know by now that my buddy, my friend, my priest, Fr. William L. Scully, OFM, Fr. Bill passed away on Sunday, July 15, 2018, 55 years to the day after he joined the seminary. My … more
Hope you all are well and enjoying this nice weather; as for me, I try to stay in AC. When I go out I get coughing fits and itchy, watery eyes and itchy ears. Yes, I do take allergy pills: two in the … more
Summertime is so busy, with lots to do. On Thursday I was in Pete’s Market and I ran into Jill Padua, who cooks at the Forestburgh Playhouse. Jill told me about the play that was showing, … more
Hello all, hope you are all well and enjoying this beautiful weather.  A belated Happy Father’s day to all the fathers out  there.  I did not tell you, when I was in CRMC, my … more
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