As I sit here writing my column it is snowing out. I just want to thank the Cochecton town crew for keeping our roads clear and safe.
Lake Huntington News
Don’t ask. My sinus and ear are still in pain, so I’ll be going back to the doctor on Friday. In the months of February and March, I will be at the TownHall on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursays from 4 to 7 p.m. collecting taxes.
Hello, I hope you are all doing well. As for me, I still have an ear infection and sinus problem. Plus I have a cold, but I am doing OK; you have to keep on trucking.
Baby, it’s cold outside—more like freezing. I do not remember it being this cold for this long of a period. You have to dress in layers to stay warm. Thank you to the Cochecton road crew for keeping our roads safe.
Congratulations to Gertrude and Leonard Martin, who just celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! All the best in 2018.
I hope and pray that everyone had a very Merry Christmas. On Thursday, December 14 I went to visit Fr. Bill; he is doing well and loves all his Christmas cards. Then I went to Queens to meet up with my sister, and we went to Manhattan to meet my brother in law.
Another fun-filled holiday weekend with family and friends. On Saturday, the Cochecton Youth Commission (CYC) had their Christmas Party at the Lake Huntington Fire Hall. The kids did crafts, coloring and sang along with Brad Rutledge and his kids, Matthew and Annabelle.
What an amazing night! I just came back from Narrowsburg, where the Santa Express arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Claus were there with Frosty, Rudolph, gingerbread people, Jingle Bear, Buddy the Elf, three female elves, the Snow Queen and Olaf from “Frozen.” When the Snow Queen sang “Let It Go,” everyone was belting it out with her.
What a weekend I had! I went down to Queens for Tommy’s sisters daughters 30th Birthday. On my way down I stopped to visit Fr. Bill. He is doing pretty good. He sends his love to all; if you would like to send him a Christmas card his address is 2 Morris Rd, Ringwood, NJ 07456.