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October 22

Suzanne White - Correspondent
Posted 10/22/19

Birthday wishes to Shane and Anna, Drew Doherty, Yamilet, Nathana Rosen, Annie Friedman, Susan Herfield, Jennifer Grimes, Moreen Lerner and Beth K Frangipane.

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Birthday wishes to Shane and Anna, Drew Doherty, Yamilet, Nathana Rosen, Annie Friedman, Susan Herfield, Jennifer Grimes, Moreen Lerner and Beth K Frangipane.

Happy anniversary to the Kaufmans.

Our sympathy is extended to the family of Doris Steinberg.

Congrats Mark McLewin, who will receive the Chamber of Commerce Pride Award on the 24th!

To Do List: Send me your news. There will be nine days of Early Voting from the 26th to Nov 3rd at the SC Government Center from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Absentee Ballots are available at Bethel Town Hall or at the Board of Elections and must be postmarked by the 29th. FMI: (845)807-0400. White Lake Post Office will continue the ‘Posse Stamp' cancellation until the 31st.

Did you know Bethel offers assistance and programs for residents? Spay/Neuter certificates for TARA services are available for $30. (583-4350x101). You can apply for free Smoke-CO2 home alarm installation (583-4350x111). CEAP, citizen's energy assistance program, is offered to those who qualify. Apply by email or at Town Hall.

Help our neighbors: This fall, donate outerwear, clothing, personal items and household items to local organizations that serve our communities. Bethel's ‘Nourish Your Neighbor' has kicked off and bins are placed in area businesses for donations of healthy foods to our local pantries. Interested local businesses that would like to ‘host' can contact Chris Cunningham at 583-4350. Contact Jamee (Ladyjam

91@aol.com) to donate gently worn footwear to a special organization that helps children.

Culture: Check Bethel Woods, the Museum, Stray Cat, Cobalt, BCA and area arts and culture site schedules.

Autumn is a terrific time to travel the permanent ‘Bethel Heritage Trail' (www.bethelheritagetrail.org) through local 1969 Woodstock event highlights or to complete the SCVA (sullivancatskills.com) ‘Dove Trail' photo-op drive of 50 doves in the 15 towns of Sullivan.

Bethel Woods offers “Arts in Healing” support groups on Wednesdays until October 30th. The last Thursday BW Conservatory Digital Photography Workshop is the 24th. Attend a Conservatory “Art, Music & Woodstock for Kids, Session II” for 5 weeks on Saturdays at 10am or the Museum's ‘Drop In Workshop' on Saturdays at 1 p.m. until November 23rd. Use bethelwoodscenter.org.

Forestburgh Playhouse offers “Rocky Horror Picture Show” this Friday and interested youth can register for the last ‘Musical Theater Academy' on Saturday.

Callicoon Theater screens “Joker” on the 24th and “Downton Abbey” from the 25-28th.

Simcha Torah is celebrated on the 22nd.

There will be a ‘Teaching Artist Open House' at BW Conservatory on Friday, the 25th at 6:30 p.m.

Early Voting starts on the 26th at the Government Center from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Pre-register for the Defensive Driver Class/Community Driver Safety Program with Manny at Callicoon Town Hall (Legion St in Jeffersonville) on the 26th from 10-4:30 p.m. Reg required 877-910-7843. The Bethel Youth Halloween Parade and Party with activities, trunk-or-treat, and prizes for ages 10 and under, will be held at Duggan Community Center on Saturday, the 26th, at 3 p.m. The Annual “Bethel Woods Wine Pairing and Fundraising Dinner” will be held at the Events Gallery on Saturday, the 26th at 5 p.m. $250.pp. SC Chamber Orchestra performs at Monticello's St Johns Episcopal Church on the 26th at 7 p.m. and then on the 27th at the Liberty Museum Arts Center at 3 p.m.

Enjoy ‘Halloween at the Woods', a free day of family fun and mask creation at the Bethel Woods Museum, on the 27th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Suz sez, “I got nothin”.

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