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Lake Huntington News


Oh my goodness, it feels like summer is here early. I think I like the cold better—no bugs or allergies. I love to shovel snow when it is not too heavy and wet. I like to put a sweater on to warm up. When it is hot out, there are just so many pieces of clothing you can take off. One time, when I was taking Tommy to the VA in Monticello, Father Bill wanted the good Jewish rye bread, so we stopped into the Jewish bakery. There was a big bouncer at the door, and I when asked him if they really needed a bouncer, he said, “just watch when they bring out the breads.” He was right. They brought out a tray of bread and they were all fighting over the burnt ones. I grabbed Father’s bread and got out of there fast. When I brought it to Father Bill, he said, “You went in there dressed like that?” (I had on shorts and a tank tee shirt.) I said yes. He cracked up laughing and said, “That’s the most woman flesh they’ve seen in their lifetime.” Speaking of Father Bill, I was with him last weekend—he is doing good, but is very frustrated that he cannot do everything he wants to do.

The Cochecton Center Community Center is having a meeting on Thursday, May 25 at 7PM in the hall.

Plans are being made for the “Community Yard Sale” on Heinle’s Baseball Field, which will be held on Saturday, June 10, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine. The sale will feature a bake sale and refreshments. To reserve your 10’x10’ space for $20, call Linda Pomes at 845/252-3411 by June 7.

 Cochecton Youth Commission had to change the date of their nature walk to June 3rd due to bad weather. The CYC is also looking for dedicated and energetic members of the Cochecton Community to join our youth board. If you are interested, please call or text Sue Rodriguez at 845/866-0853 for further details. Feel free to join us at our monthly meetings, which take place the first Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Cochecton Town Hall.

The 54th Annual Car Show Catskill Region AACA will be held on June 4, 9-3 Rock Hill NY, Nana's House, former Rhulen property. The show will feature a DJ, vendors, raffles, free kid activities and cars. Tickets cost $12 day of show, spectators two for $5, and kids get in free. Spaces are available, call Vicky at 932-8923 for information.

Catskill Detach. Marine Corp League participated in the Grover Herman Health & Children’s Craft Fair, selling rifle raffle tickets for a Henry Lever Action .44 Mag. If you would like to get a ticket, you can call Bob DeMan at 845/252-7208

Heinle’s General Store Pistol Permit Class will be held on May 25th or June 29th at 4pm. Call 845/252-3354 for more information.

Happy Anniversary to George and Linda Blasso! I wish you many more years of health and happiness.

Have a great week! You can e-mail me at leeniebeans@citlink.net or call 845/252-3568 if you have any news.


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