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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

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

Orange County Christmas Trees of Heroes 2020 - Goshen Veterans Cemetery

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  • Orange County Christmas Trees of Heroes 2020 - Goshen Veterans Cemetery
  • 12/6/2020
  • Album ID: 2272198
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Teen Tutors of Goshen

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  • Teen Tutors of Goshen ALL PHOTOS PROVIDED BY TEEN TUTORS OF GOSHEN
  • 11/29/2020
  • Album ID: 2271872
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Greens progress as of November 6, 2020

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  • Greens progress as of November 6, 2020 First house now reaches roof level.
  • 11/6/2020
  • Album ID: 2271019
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Catholic Charities of Orange and Sullivan Counties small food pantry 24/7

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  • Catholic Charities of Orange and Sullivan Counties small food pantry 24/7 at 27 Mathews in Goshen, NY"Take what you need. Bring what you can Above all be blessed!" ccosulhelpline@cccsos.org www.cccses.org
  • 10/3/2020
  • Album ID: 2269473
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Tristan Bridewaser's Eagle Scout Project gives Goshen's Track a facelift

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  • Tristan Bridewaser's Eagle Scout Project gives Goshen's Track a facelift This project was done in order to beautify the Goshen Historic Track, which is the oldest active trotting track in the world. The beds in front of the band stand, judge’s stand, and the winner’s circle had plants that were in desperate need of replacing, and many plants were removed. It took 8 hours with the help of 30 volunteers. The project has helped restore the history and beauty of the track for many years to come. Troop 63 of Goshen, scoutmaster is Jeffrey Albanese. Attendees (30 total): Tristan Brideweser Teagan Brideweser Ellen Brideweser Keith Brideweser Sofia Balich Netanel Tannhauser Renee Fanning Kenneth Fanning Jason Barnes Jacob Mott Alex Canale Michael Pungello David Cooper Eric Bunzey Jack Moran Daniel Hartley Branden Arroyo Mike Morrow Matt Lewis Timothy Hartley Javier Rodriguez Michael Young James Young Cole Greco Harrison Metzger Tallon Clark Reese Donohue Andrew Svede Vincent Im Noah Im Tom Manza of Manza Family Farms for his generous donation of plants, Lowe’s of Chester for their donations of gloves, goggles, sanitizer, shovels, rakes, and trellises, United Rentals of Middletown for the donation of the rototiller, Cutrone Sand & Stone Landscape Supply Co donated the mulch, Steve Master of Goshen Florist for his layout suggestions of the plants, and Jeanne Pungello for the hot dogs and water.
  • 10/3/2020
  • Album ID: 2269505
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

The building begins at The Greens.

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  • The building begins at The Greens.
  • 9/21/2020
  • Album ID: 2268832
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Chester Kiwanis Scholarship recipients

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  • Chester Kiwanis Scholarship recipients Kiwanis Scholarship recipients awarded on July 31, 2020 during Chester Academy's graduation ceremony Sue Bahren said, "Due to the restrictions of the Covid19 pandemic, the KIwanis Club of Chester was unable to hold their annual scholarship awards' ceremony and dinner." Liam Fentazi was the winner of the Kiwanis of Chester Key Club Scholarship. Liam will attend Albany University.Bryan Detwiler was the winner of the Kiwanis Club of Chester Vocational Scholarship. Bryan is attending Delhi UniversityAnya Starr Quinn was the winner of the Kiwanis Club of Chester Humanities Scholarship. Anya is attending Rockland County Community College.
  • 9/12/2020
  • Album ID: 2268493
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Chabad of Orange County's ribbon cutting at first free-standing synagogue

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  • Chabad of Orange County's ribbon cutting at first free-standing synagogue Goshen's first free-standing synagogue's ribbon cutting signaled their formal opening. (20 Harris photos are on MyCap) Chabad of Orange County is directed by Rabbi Meir and Rivkie Borenstein, who administered the purchase of Goshen's old library for Hebrew school classrooms, a children's center, teen lounge, social hall, and administrative offices, in addition to the synagogue. "Mazal tov to all who will enjoy the new synagogue!" said Rabbi Borenstein. "All are welcome! We spread our light and goodness!"  Rabbi Borenstein spoke thanking many for their help in opening the shul and making the shul possible. The men danced inside celebrating the opening and thanking God for his many blessings. People were given delicious treats of a wrap, a salad and a cookie. People were then offered tours circling the building, ten at a time only. Chabad retained the historical structure of the old library, which Rabbi Borenstein said is perfect for a synagogue. Diane Greenwald cut the ribbon with help from Steve Neuhaus and Bob Green. Rabbi Borenstein said, "Everyone's invited to the synagogue. The synagogue is open to all, and there are no fees to become a member." The rabbi said Chabad's motto is "Don't pay to pray." The new synagogue is open to everyone. Wealthier people," he said, "help pay the bills."  Rabbi Borenstein announced before cutting the ribbon, "The federal government awarded the Chabad of Orange County $100,000.00 for security." He displayed a giant check mockup." He said there were security people among the crowd. Over a hundred people came for the ribbon cutting. Rabbi and Rivkie Borenstein spoke. They praised and thanked everyone for their help in making the day possible. The men danced inside celebrating the opening, thanking God for his many blessings. Zushi Borenstein's Bar Mitzvah would take place at the synagogue the following Saturday. Zushi spoke, leaving the crowd in awe. People standing outside were given box lunches of delicious treats: a wrap, a salad and a cookie.  The social hall is dedicated in memory of Gary Greenwald, Diane Greenwald's late husband. Long time Chabad members, mural painters Lisa Green and her daughter, Beverly Green completed a mural on the wall of one of the classrooms of The Chabad Children's School.  The evening was capped off with a dinner inside the synagogue. 
  • 9/11/2020
  • Album ID: 2268394
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris
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