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Jeffersonville - November 6

Sue Bodenstein - Community Correspondent
Posted 11/5/20

A Chicken BBQ Fundraiser in Memory of Derrick “Hansie” Hanslmaier is being held on Sunday, November 15th at St Georges Catholic Church in Jeffersonville.

It will be a Pickup/Drive Thru only, …

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Jeffersonville - November 6

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A Chicken BBQ Fundraiser in Memory of Derrick “Hansie” Hanslmaier is being held on Sunday, November 15th at St Georges Catholic Church in Jeffersonville.

It will be a Pickup/Drive Thru only, beginning at 1 p.m. and running until they are sold out. Cost is $10/dinner at the door with no tickets being sold in advance. Donations are greatly appreciated with all proceeds from this event going to The Hanslmaier family. All of us are very sorry for their loss.

Derrick was a very generous person, giving to anyone needing his help and his community too. Please come out and help to support his family. Also, I read in the Cornell Cooperative Extension Connection that you may send condolences, flowers, or to plant a tree in memory of Derrick by visiting www.stewartmurphyfh.com. Peace be with the family and his many friends at this difficult time.

You can register for the 3rd Annual Live.Love. Serve.4-H Virtual 5K Run/Walk until November 15th. Join this fun annual event hosted by Small Town Country 4-H Club and participate anytime through November 15. Proceeds will help fund a 4-H scholarship.

Normally held in the beautiful little hamlet of Hortonville, the 5K is now virtual. More information on the Facebook page @liveloveserve5k, email smalltowncountry4h@gmail.com or register by link to raceroster.com/events/2020/35032/live-love-serve-4h-5k

Domesticities & The Cutting Garden (located at 4055 State Route 52) in Youngsville) has reinterpreted the general store concept, and feature a lively and always changing mix of the old and the new, the practical and the whimsical. If you like to give thoughtful, interesting gifts and cards, they are the place for you.

You'll find vintage furniture and quirky collectibles along with kitchenware, prints and a dose of nostalgia. The shop also carries locally made goods including furniture, pottery, soft goods and art along with US and Fair-Trade products. Fall Hours: Saturday 11 - 5 Sunday 11 - 4 or by chance.

Feel free to shop their online store and drop by to pick up your order. Or stop in and see what you didn't know you needed. From November 27 to December 27. They are open Friday & Saturday from 11a.m. to 5p.m., Sunday from 11a.m. to 4p.m. and Monday from 11a.m. to 5 p.m.

All of us are very sad to see Lorenzo's close this month. They have been very supportive, community minded individuals serving good food to everyone during these troubled times. We wish them well in their next endeavor.

Join the Western Sullivan Public Library's Virtual Book Discussion Group Thursday, November 19th at 6:00pm and discuss Harlan Coben's The Boy from the Woods.

The Boy from the Woods, published in 2020, is a tale of a feral child discovered in the woods of New Jersey. No one really knows how long he was there, but he did manage to befriend another child.

When he grew up, he became known as Wilde and then used his unique skills in the professional world. When a local teen goes missing, and then another, Wilde finds himself drawn in.

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