A local neurosurgeon

Lake Huntington news

By EILEEN HENNESSY
Posted 5/26/21

Wow, what beautiful weather we had this weekend: a little warm, but a nice breeze. As you drive through some of the local towns, you will see pictures of the class of 2021 hanging from light poles. …

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A local neurosurgeon

Lake Huntington news

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Wow, what beautiful weather we had this weekend: a little warm, but a nice breeze. As you drive through some of the local towns, you will see pictures of the class of 2021 hanging from light poles. It’s very cool when I find one of the kids that I knew from when they were little.

Eric and Lauren Bunch are proud to announce that their daughter, Katherine Marie Bunch, graduated first in her class. Katherine will be practicing neurosurgery. She graduated from Syracuse University and has spent the last four years at Upstate Medical University. She will do her residency in neurosurgery at the University of Wisconsin’s hospital and clinic. All I can say is “wow”; a local kid from Sullivan West is going to be a neurosurgeon. Makes me think of Dr. McDreamy from Grey’s Anatomy cutting through the skull bone to operate. Best of luck Katherine; University of Wisconsin’s hospital and clinic is lucky to have you.

Lake Huntington Lake Association annual raffle tickets are in my hands: one for $5 or three for $10. First prize is a kayak and paddle. Second prize is a $150 Dicks Sporting Goods gift certificate. Third prize is a $10 Cabela’s gift certificate. Fourth prize is a “basket of cheer.” If you would like to purchase tickets to help save the lake, just email me and I can get them to you.

Cochecton Clean-Up Day is Saturday and Sunday, June 12 and 13, from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Items can be brought to the old town hall 116 CR 116 in Lake Huntington.

The Cochecton Youth Commission’s next trip is to Claws ‘n Paws Wild Animal Park on Sunday, June 6. Sign-ups will be held at the Cochecton Town Hall on Tuesday, June 1 from 6:30 to 7 p.m. As always, it’s free to Cochecton youth. Adults and out-of-town participants will pay at the door of the zoo. Claws ‘n Paws is located in Lake Ariel, PA. Contact Krissy at 845/807-8003 with any questions. For more information, visit www.clawsnpaws.com.

Please keep the family of Bill Arnold in your thoughts and prayers. Bill is the father of Kristin Lockwood; she and her husband own Lake Huntington Automotive Service. Bill, may you be at peace. Say hi to Tommy for me.

Have a great week. Email me if you have any news that you want to get out there at leeniebeans@citlink.net. You can always find me online in community living.

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