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Heroes subzero jump, debate watch party and more

What's going on in your community February 6 to February 12

Posted 2/5/20

What's going on in your community February 6 to February 12

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Heroes subzero jump, debate watch party and more

What's going on in your community February 6 to February 12

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Subzero Heroes ice jump

HIGHLAND, NY — On Saturday, February 8, the Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter will hold its 10th annual Subzero Heroes ice jump at Berean Lake. Check-in begins at 10:30 a.m. and the jumping starts at 12 noon.

The event will kick off with a Zumba warmup exercise led by an instructor from Gold’s Gym in LaGrange. Participants will have access to a variety of refreshments, and the event will also feature a costume contest. Heroes must raise a raise a minimum of $200 to take the plunge; they will jump into the lake to show their support for families living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. 

Those who would like to support the cause by backing a Hero may visit www.subzeroheroes.org to make a donation. 

For more information, contact communications manager Dugan Radwin at dradwin@alz.org or 845/471-2655. For more information about the Alzheimer’s Association, visit www.alz.org. 

Democratic debate watch party

HURLEYVILLE, NY — On Friday, February 7, the Sullivan County Young Democrats will host a watch party of the presidential debate on the big screen at the Hurleyville Arts Centre. Doors open at 7:30 and the debate starts at 8 p.m. All are welcome to attend regardless of age or political affiliation. 

This event is free, but donations towards Hurleyville Arts Centre and Sullivan County Young Democrats are accepted at the door. For more information, email scyoungdem@gmail.com.

‘It’s Milking Time’ donated to public libraries 

WAYNE AND PIKE COUNTIES — The Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau has donated the “FARM-tastic book of the year,” “It’s Milking Time,” to all of the public libraries of Wayne and Pike counties. 

Written by Phyllis Alsdurf, the book follows a young girl and her father through evening farm chores. With illustrations by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher, the book provides an accurate description of a dairy farm, making it easy for children to understand where milk comes from.

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