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April 04, 2022

Suzanne White
Posted 4/5/22

Birthday wishes to Jenna Widman, Juliette Loughlin-Crawford, Leo Glass, Art Salomon, Caleb Zedek, Paul Tomasulo, Rich Klein, Devin Alenky, Butch, Laura Glass, Moose Liff, Max Carmack, Bill Pammer, …

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April 04, 2022


Birthday wishes to Jenna Widman, Juliette Loughlin-Crawford, Leo Glass, Art Salomon, Caleb Zedek, Paul Tomasulo, Rich Klein, Devin Alenky, Butch, Laura Glass, Moose Liff, Max Carmack, Bill Pammer, Sweet Cheryl Cohen and our #1 Grandson, Greyson!

Special Wow wishes to Annabelle Holblinger who has reached a mega 113 years.

Anniversary wishes to the Levines and to the Rose-Castellows.

Our sympathy extends to the family and friends of Lance Tursi who passed at the end of March. Condolences to the family of John Kelly and to the family and friends of James Bates.

It struck me when I heard of Madeleine Albright’s passing, especially during the month dedicated to Women’s History. What an accomplished woman!

Presumably by the 4th, we will know if the senate confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the SCOTUS.

PSA: SC Community Assistance-807-0925. SCPH- 292-5910.

To Do: Send me your business or personal news. Bethel Town info: Townofbethelny. us and for Parks and Rec: 583-5360.

Assistance in Bethel: Contact Town for local CEAP Heat-Energy program applications. Take advantage of the fire-smoke alarm ‘Save a Life’ program. Reminder: Seasonal jobs and Parks & Rec position applications are due by the 8th.

Donate: Food and personal care items to Shephards Pantry.

Pick up a Devin Housman Memorial Fund T-shirt, designed by Kim Simons, at Hector’s Inn.

Check out the Past Perfect Bookstore at Duggan and read! FMI: 794-0017. Also, until April 10th you can sign a ‘tag’ or donate to the Sullivan Public Library Alliance, supporting nine area libraries, at all Pecks Markets.

By the way, where’s the Bethel Lion? I watched a TV piece from Nenana, Alaska where the energized population wagers on a Tripod set on the River choosing times when it will break free of the ice and float downstream. They make a fortune! It’d be nice to hear a roar on White Lake again!

Business Watch: Dine locally. Shop locally and support their on-line sites. Use the BBA website Member Directory. Join Bethel Business Association and receive the ‘22 BBA GUIDE advertising incentive. App/FMI: www. bethelbusiness.com.

The Club at Smallwood is also looking to attract members for the season. Call Joan at 917-620-8561 or use www.theclubatsmallwood.com for information.

Join folks playing raquetball at the Duggan Gym on Tuesday afternoons.

The Bethel-Smallwood Senior Citizens will be meeting at the Senior Center on April 6th at 1pm. FMI: 807-4373. There’s a countywide Job Fair at the Kartrite on Wednesday from 11-3pm. Cornell Cooperative Ext SC offers Virtual “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia” on the 6th at 2pm.(292-6180).

Crawford Library’s trained AARP Tax Aide service ends on the 7th. Appt: 794-4660. Try ‘Dance It Off’ on Thursdays at Duggan at 4:45pm. New and returning Bethel P&R Summer Campers can register on the 7th at the Rec Center from 5:30- 6:15pm. Call for Email requests / further info.

This could prove interesting: Join Sullivan Renaissance and O&W Rail Trail Alliance on the 7th for a conference-program at the Hurleyville Richie Big Barn at 5:30-8pm. Follow that on Friday morning with the Trails Towns Conference at the Wurtsboro Fire Dept at 8:30 am and end with a guided Trail Hike at 10:30am. Reg/Info: 295.2445.

The Monticello HS Performing Arts Department will be performing ’Little Women’ in the Arnold Hugh auditorium on April 8 and 9 at 7:30pm ($7A, 5S). ‘FAR’ appears at Cabernet Franks on Friday evening and ‘Nevada, Nevada-Coventry Carols’ entertain on the 9th.

The Annual Youth Egg Hunt will be held on the 9th, for 1-10yo Bethel children at the Duggan Community Center at 2pm. Bring your own baskets, make crafts, enjoy a Bunny Photo-Op and expect prizes! Hector’s Inn hosts ‘Evolver’ on Saturday, the 9th at 6pm.

Celebrate Palm Sunday on the 10th.

Weather permitting, ‘Walking Lakeside’ steps off at Duggan on Mondays at 4:45pm.

Culture: Support the arts! Bethelwoodscenter.org, Catskillartsociety.org, Delawarevalleyartsalliance.org, Hurleyvilleartscentre.org, Narrowsburgunion.com, Nesinculturalarts.org, and scdw.net. Join the local BCA (BCABethelArt@gmail.com). Crawford Library programs: www.ebcpl.org.

Purchase Bethel Woods tickets! Brad Paisley, Dead & Co, Phish, Buffet and Willie are recent additions to the line-up. The art programs continue and the Museum is open with some fabulous exhibits.

For one night only, “Basic B*tches’ perform live with projected visuals followed by a screening of “This is Spinal Tap” at Callicoon Theater on April 9th at 8pm(887-4460).

Youth can register for Bethel Woods ‘Studio at the Woods: Art’, ‘Project: Identity Photography’ or select from Nesin Cultural Art’s various “NCA Spring ‘22 Programs” or FBP’s Academy series (fbplayhouse.org).

Suz sez, “Spring, please.”


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