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Warwick resident’s Christmastime lights returns - Warwick,NY - 12/11/20

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  • With more than 50,000 lights and music, no Town of Warwick home has attracted more tourists at Christmastime than the home of Vincent Poloniak on Spanktown Road in Florida, NY. It takes Poloniak and a few friends about three weeks to complete the annual project. But last year, Poloniac had a medical issue and his doctor ordered that he just rest and postpone any arduous tasks including the Christmas display. But thankfully he promised to resume the spectacular decoration at Christmastime 2020 And it’s bigger and better than ever. It’s also a welcome relief for families that have had to curtail some Christmas traditions. The only request is that visitors wear masks and practice social distancing. . Poloniak and his wife, Joan, now deceased, began decorating their home for Christmas back in 1973, when their daughter Paula was only five years old. “It all started with a Santa we purchased in Newburgh,” he recalled, “and then we would add to our decorations each year. But I got wild in the 1990s and that developed into what you see today.” When he was once asked how long he expected to be doing this, Poloniak answered, “I can’t stop now. Too many people look forward to it. And I love seeing the children and how happy and surprised they are by the display." He also didn’t expect to run out of new visitors. “The children who came here years ago,” he said, “now bring their children.” Visiting Spanktown Road to enjoy his spectacular display has become a Christmastime tradition in the Town of Warwick. The lights are turned on at 4 p.m.
  • 12/13/2020
  • Album ID: 2272490
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Wickham Works Holiday Maker Market at Lewis Park - Warwick,NY - 11/27/20

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  • They’re on the move. Four years ago the Town of Warwick had completely renovated its event facility, the Quality of Life Building, created by correction officers when it operated as the former Mid Orange Correctional facility, and renamed it “Wickham Woodlands Manor.” That year a month long “Made Local” initiative kicked off with the Wickham Works’ Holiday Maker Market at Wickham Woodlands Manor. The local artisans returned to Wickham Woodlands the following year and in the next two years, held the event inside at the Warwick Valley Community Center. “This year,” said Melissa Shaw-Smith, creative director at Wickham Works,” we had to hold the Love Local Wickham Works Holiday Maker Market outdoors. And Lewis Park was a perfect location for our annual event.” This year’s Holiday Maker Market was held on Friday and Saturday, November 27-28. That Saturday also happened to be “Small Business Saturday,” which, along with good weather, helped bring out a large number of visitors. All shoppers, however, were required to wear masks and keep safe distance. The Thanksgiving Weekend event featured 20 vendors with hand crafted holiday gift items including clothing, body care products, jewelry, blown glass ornaments, metal arts, leather and turned wooden goods, ceramics, holiday decorations and fresh wreaths, art made from reclaimed materials, and more. A $3 entry fee was collected to help support the Warwick Historical Society and the Warwick Valley Community Center.. “We thank everyone,” said Smith, “who joined us this weekend to support our local artists and artisans and the non-profit organizations the Warwick Historical Society, Wickham Works and the Warwick Valley Community Center.”
  • 11/29/2020
  • Album ID: 2271869
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Vernon Township High School Viking Marching Band - Vernon, NJ - 10/16/20

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  • 10/18/2020
  • Album ID: 2270139
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

The Supremes standing outside Pike County Court House

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  • The Supremes standing outside Pike County Court House ALL PICS IN THIS MYCAP ALBUM ARE HARRIS PICS
  • 8/25/2020
  • Album ID: 2267719
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

2020 Sparta Summer Concert Series, Peter Karp and the Roadshow - Sparta, NJ - 8/21/20

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  • 8/24/2020
  • Album ID: 2267651
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

Mollie McKinley, artist

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  • 5/18/2020
  • Album ID: 2261595
  • Photos by Melissa Shaw Smith

Claire Gilliam

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  • 1/14/2020
  • Album ID: 2253193
  • Photos by Melissa Shaw Smith

Warwick Chamber member Lynch Wealth Strategies celebrates five year anniversary

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  • Edward Lynch is a longtime Financial Advisor from Warwick, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, community service volunteer and parent with over 16 years in his profession. This past September Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton and members of the Warwick Valley and Goshen Chambers of Commerce joined Ed and Susan Lynch along with staff, relatives, clients and friends, for a ribbon cutting to celebrate his fifth year as an Independent Wealth Advisor. Lynch is in private practice with Lynch Wealth Strategies, Inc at 3 Coates Drive in Goshen. Although he is a resident of Sugar Loaf, Lynch actively volunteers in the Warwick community. For many years he’s served local organizations including Warwick Rotary, Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center, Warwick Boy Scout Troop 45 and Warwick Little League. In addition, Lynch is active in the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce, Knights of Columbus, American Legion and St. Stephen’s Parish. Lynch and his team also continue their long association with Raymond James, the independent financial services firm, which provides Lynch Wealth Strategies with valuable research and support. “I’m extremely proud of my branch team’s accomplishments,” said Lynch. “Distinct from other providers, our clients have the best of both worlds. My investor and financial planning clients enjoy the benefit of my affiliation with the industry’s preeminent independent financial services firm - Raymond James, which provides valuable global research, technology and operational support for my branch. As an independent advisor, Raymond James actually works for Lynch Wealth Strategies, so my team can effectively and objectively work for its clients.” Lynch added, “Lynch Wealth Strategies has one primary goal for clients: their financial independence.” For additional information call 845.294.3456 or visit: lynchwealthstrategies.com
  • 11/26/2019
  • Album ID: 2250233
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Still Kickin' Band - Irish Cottage Inn, Franklin, NJ - 10/25/19

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  • 10/27/2019
  • Album ID: 2248143
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

Martin Dominguez Ball, artist & filmmaker

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  • 9/18/2019
  • Album ID: 2245382
  • Photos by Melissa Shaw Smith
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