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day tripper March 2021

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  • 3/4/2021
  • Album ID: 2276189
  • Photos by Pamela Chergotis

Sacrament of Confirmation at St. Stephen’s - Warwick,NY - 2/27/2021

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  • On Friday and Saturday, February 26 - 27, approximately 70 candidates, divided into smaller groups at three services, received the Sacrament of Confirmation at the Church of St. Stephen, the First Martyr. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, each service was private and only candidates, their sponsors and parents could attend. Other relatives could receive a link for each service and watch it via live stream. And as witnessed by those present or viewing each service at home, Bishop Gerardo J. Colacicco, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of New York, administered the Sacrament to the young students who had completed a two-year course of study beginning in Grade-7. In the Catholic faith, Confirmation is a Sacrament by which persons already baptized receive the Holy Spirit in order to make them stronger and more perfect Christians, as once granted to the apostles on the day of Pentecost. During the service Rev. Jack Arlotta, pastor of St. Stephen’s, presented the candidates, introducing each one by name. Before administering the Sacrament, Bishop Colacicco told the candidates that love involves sacrifice. He related a story about how much love and devotion, under difficult circumstances, that he observed between his uncle and aunt and how that had influenced his own call to the priesthood. “I was moved by their love and piety,” he said. “The gift of the Holy Spirit, which you are about to receive is a powerful gift of love.” During the rite of Confirmation the entire group renewed their baptismal promises by responding, “I do.” Then each candidate, accompanied by his or her sponsor, came forward to be anointed and confirmed one by one by the Bishop. Following the Mass, Father Arlotta, thanked everyone involved in this year’s Confirmation for all that had to be accomplished, including the study requirements, during these difficult times. Later, Bishop Colacicco graciously met with parents and candidates and posed for photographs.
  • 2/28/2021
  • Album ID: 2276010
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Waterloo Neighborhood Pantry (Waterloo, Byram and Stanhope and Netcong)

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  • Waterloo Neighborhood Pantry (Waterloo, Byram, Stanhope and Netcong)
  • 2/23/2021
  • Album ID: 2275590
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

USPS February, 2021

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  • USPS February, 2021
  • 2/14/2021
  • Album ID: 2275123
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Snowy Milford, PA February 3, 2021 following Jan. 31-Feb. 2 Nor’easter

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  • Snowy Milford, PA February 3, 2021 following Jan. 31-Feb. 2 Nor’easter Warwick teens sledding at Knapps View in Chester
  • 2/3/2021
  • Album ID: 2274705
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Snowy Sugar Loaf, NY February 3, 202, Jan. 31-Feb. 2 Nor’easter

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  • Snowy Sugar Loaf, NY February 3, 2021 Warwick teens having fun sledding in the snow Jan. 31-Feb. 2 Nor’easter
  • 2/3/2021
  • Album ID: 2274704
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Ogdensburg Fire Department Bonfire - Ogdensburg, NJ - 1/30/21

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  • 1/30/2021
  • Album ID: 2274545
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

Celebration of MLK Day held virtually - Warwick,NY - 1/18/21

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  • Normally at this time of year, members of the Warwick Union African Methodist Episcopal Church (UAME) and guests from throughout the Warwick community would celebrate Martin Luther King Day in their church at 98 McEwen Street. And in previous years the church building would often be filled to capacity as people gathered to honor the memory of Dr. King, the world famous civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prizewinner who was assassinated in 1968. However, this year we are still in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic and a crowded church would not be permissible or prudent. And so, like many other recent celebrations, the UAME Church opted to host a virtual celebration on Monday, January 18. The service began with music video of the song, “Ain’t gonna let nobody” performed by the Howard Gospel Choir followed by the traditional recitation of the Call to Justice and Community. Viewers were then shown another music video, “Lift every Voice and Sing,” by Wintley Phipps. Rev. Jennifer Morrow, pastor of Warwick’s United Methodist Church, gave the invocation. And following scripture readings by Denise Smith, Channabel Morris Lathem, who had emailed the invitations with the link and password, welcomed everyone including honored guests who each had an opportunity to offer brief remarks on the significance of the holiday. Guest speakers included Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard, Justices Peter Barlett and Nancy De Angelo, Doug Stage and Cedric Glasper. The presentation also included a musical video tribute to Martin Luther King and the Green Levites performance of the Battle Hymn of the Republic. The preacher this year was Union AME Pastor Rev. Dr. Ann Marie Bentsi-Addison Posey. The service concluded with a video presentation and singing of, “We Shall Overcome.”
  • 1/18/2021
  • Album ID: 2274006
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Bellvale Farms named Bicentennial honoree - Warwick,NY - 1/17/21

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  • Each January agricultural industry leaders gather at the New York State Agricultural Society Annual Meeting & Forum to discuss priority issues and recognize peers for outstanding leadership, innovation, stewardship, consumer outreach, and safety efforts. At this year’s historic 189th Annual Forum conducted virtually on Thursday, January 7, three Eastern New York farms were recognized as 2021 Bicentennial Farm honorees. And one of these farms, which has been in continuous operation by the same family on the same property for over 200 years was Warwick’s Bellvale Farms. The history of Bellvale Farms dates back to 1819 when William Wisner purchased the original land. In the nineteenth century the Wisner and Buckbee families were joined through marriage. Today the farm, now expanded to 450 acres, is owned and operated by Al and Judy Buckbee and their son Skip, who runs the day to day operations. Their daughter Amy and her husband Tim Noteboom have owned and operated Bellvale Farms Creamery, named second in top 10 USA ice cream shops, by TripAdvisor, since 2003. They have two children, Jasmine and Will. Bellvale Farms was the first farm in Orange County to receive the Dairy of Distinction Award in 1986. The operation has also received the Progressive Breeders Award from the Holstein Association of America. And in 2011 the farm was presented with the Sustainable Agriculture Award from Orange Environment Bellvale Farms also participates in a rigorous program of water and soil conservation and is a “Super Milk” Program Award Recipient, which recognizes those dairy farmers who go above and beyond the high quality standards maintained in New York herds In 1998, the Buckbees sold the development rights of 330 acres of their farm through the New York State Purchase of Development Rights Program (PDR) in concert with the Town of Warwick to help preserve open space. And in 2011, the Historical Society of the Town of Warwick closed on its purchase of the original Albert Wisner Memorial Library building at 2 Colonial Ave. That purchase from the Warwick Valley School District, along with closing costs and maintenance, was made possible with $350,000 from Albert Wisner Buckbee II, his wife Judy and their family. Going forward the Buckbees plan to carry on the centuries old family tradition of dairy farming on their picturesque farm.
  • 1/18/2021
  • Album ID: 2273953
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Chow time at The Greens

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  • Chow time at The Greens
  • 1/8/2021
  • Album ID: 2273616
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris
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