Lake Huntington News 4/12
It’s Sunday night and I am watching “The long Island Medium,” and my brother Chris was on it. My brother is a drag queen on Fire Island. The medium was doing a fundraiser and Ariel Sinclare (Chris) was the host who introduced her. I say the best medium lives right here in Sullivan County, Alissa Smith, intuitive coach. She gave me so much closure with my husband Tommy, and told me so much about him that no one could have ever known—she told me, “He is with you every day.” I am blessed with signs. Check Alissa out on Facebook.
I am The Town of Cochecton Tax Collector, and I closed my tax books out on Friday April 6. If you have any questions, you are going to have to call the county. The county is not collecting taxes till after the 15th—call 845/807-0200. You can always get tax information at www.taxlookup.net. After leaving Government Center, I headed down to Queens in a snow storm. Coming back up on Sunday in snow—when will this winter end? On my way back up I stopped to visit Father Bill. He’s doing well, but he is very sad at the passing of his friend Jo Kelly. He sends his love to all. He enjoys his visits and getting cards.
Save the date:
Saturday April 21: Lake Huntington Fire Co Spaghetti dinner, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Adults $10, kids 5-10 $6, kids 4 and under free. See a fireman for tickets or call 845/932-8514 or 845/932-8444.
Saturday April 21: Penny Social at the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church sponsored by the Ladies Aid. Doors open at 11:30 and calling starts at 12:30 $1 donation. Hot dogs, water, soda, and chips for purchase. Cake and coffee served after calling. Donations needed, lightly used or new. Please call Vicky Krauss at 845-932-8923.
Keep smiling and have a great week. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845/252-3568 if you have any news. You can always check me out at riverreporter.com in Community Living.