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Warwick Lions hold ribbon cutting ceremony for new fountain - Warwick,NY - 9/20/18

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  • Anyone recently driving or walking past Stanley-Deming Park on South Street in the Village of Warwick has probably noticed the friendly lion water fountain by the fence. On Thursday evening, September 20, Mayor Michael Newhard, Town of Warwick Deputy Supervisor James Gerstner, Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michael Johndrow, friends, parents and children joined Warwick Lions President Pam Starer and her members to celebrate the new fountain with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The Lion water fountain was the brainchild of Warwick Lions Club member, George McManus. He originally presented the idea to all the members at a Lions Club meeting and the project was enthusiastically and unanimously applauded. The Lions donated $4200 for the fountain and McManus, who has been a Lions member for 34 years, organized the installation. A future addition planned for the playground by the Lions Club is a swing for children with special needs in the community. Lions Club International is the world's largest service club organization with 1.4 million members and 46,000 clubs in 192 countries and geographical areas. The Warwick Lions Club, celebrating their 70th Anniversary as an active charter this year, was formed in 1948 and thanks to the local volunteers it continues to support the community. Sight and hearing are two of the core programs supported by the Lions. In addition, the Warwick Lions support a number of other causes through their annual projects and fundraisers. For additional information visit: www.warwicklionclub.org
  • 9/25/2018
  • Album ID: 2214595
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

WTBQ launches annual coat drive for needy families - Warwick,NY - 9/24/18

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  • Share the warmth. Orange County Community Radio WTBQ (1110 AM/93.5 FM) recently launched the Orange County Coat and Clothes Drive from September 24 to October 29 to benefit the non-profit organization, HONOR, an acronym for Helping Others Needing Our Resources. The annual program was originally launched by WTBQ Station owner Frank Truatt and Station Manager Taylor Sterling when Orange County Executive, Steve Neuhaus, gave them the idea after he traveled upstate and witnessed children without coats. ďShare the warmth with WTBQ and donate gently used or new Coats, gloves, hats, sweaters, scarves and clothes for any age and any gender,Ē said Sterling. ďOur annual coat drive will benefit babies, children, teens and adults. Please go through your closet, and your childrenís closet with them and explain what it means to share with others. There are so many that go without winter coats and clothes. Letís all change that together.Ē She added that the colors, sizes or fabric are not important. The primary drop off location is the WTBQ radio station at 179 Sanfordville Road, just off Route 94 South. But there is also another drop off site at CuraLeaf, 8 N. Plank Road in Newburgh and more to follow. For additional locations as they become available visit the WTBQ Website at www.wtbq.com HONOR provides individualized and integrated services to people who may be in need of transitional housing, or requiring crisis intervention. For more information visit: www.honorhelpingothers.org For additional information about the coat drive or to offer a drop off site email Taylor@wtbq.com
  • 9/25/2018
  • Album ID: 2214548
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Sussex Skylanders overwhelm Northampton Spartans

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  • Sussex County Community College defeated Northampton Community College (Bethlehem, Pa) in women's soccer on Saturday September 22, 2018. The final score was 12-1. Sussex County Community College in The Town of Newton, New Jersey hosted the game. Karleigh Noll (Sussex County Technical School) scored 3 goals and made 1 assist for Sussex County Community College. Giovanna Castro (Ipatinga, Brazil), Ellie Roberts (Nottingham, England / Carlton Le Willows Academy), Amber Whenham (Horley, England) and Hayley Merriman each scored 2 goals. Regan Thiel (Newton High School) scored 1 goal. Hannah Seltzer (Schuylkill Valley High School) scored Northampton's only goal off an assist from fellow freshmen Hailey Jordan (Southern Lehigh High School). Team records: Northampton Spartans 3-5-0. Sussex Skylanders 4-3.
  • 9/24/2018
  • Album ID: 2214503
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Warwick celebrates seventh annual Hispanic Heritage Day - arwick,NY - 9/23/18

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  • On Sunday afternoon, September 23, a colorful assembly of members of the Spanish Ministry of the Warwick Reformed Church formed a line of march from the church down Main Street, in the Village of Warwick, to the Railroad Green. This year, the event was again hosted by Rev. Rolfi Elivo, pastor of the Hispanic Ministry, and cosponsored by Warwick Immigrant Neighbors (WIN) with the cooperation of the Village of Warwick. After arriving at Railroad Green visitors were treated to a colorful dance performance by the Comparsa de Chinelos San Pedro and later during the ceremony, by the songs of members of the Inglesia La Luz del Monde. Warwick Reformed Church Pastor Rev. Linden DeBie first blessed the food and throughout the evening everyone was invited to sample the free tastings of cuisine from Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and El Salvador. The ceremony began with approximately 200 visitors standing for the American and Latin International anthems followed by a moment of silence for those who lost their lives in pursuit of a better life. And then Rev. Elivo introduced Warwick Mayor Michael Newhard and Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton who both praised the group for adding to the diversity and culture of the community. Elba Arias introduced the speakers and also provided simultaneous translations. National Hispanic Heritage Month is the period from September 15 to October 15 when people recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate the groupís heritage and culture. Hispanic Heritage Week was approved by President Johnson and expanded by President Reagan to cover the current 30-day period. During the program medals of honor were presented by Oscar Siguroa, president of the Hispanic Ministry Corporation, to Israel Mercado, Diego Sanchez, Theresa Mack, Liz Houlton, Jim Neujahr, Mimi Fader and Mary Collura. Traditional Latin music and dance performances, including Merengue Dominicano, followed the speeches and the awards ceremony until 8 p.m.
  • 9/24/2018
  • Album ID: 2214495
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Kittatinny's one goal is enough for victory over Sparta

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  • Kittatinny Regional High School defeated Sparta High School in varsity field hockey on Saturday September 22, 2018. The final score was 1-0. The game took place at Kittatinny Regional High School in Hampton Township, New Jersey. Kittatinny's Nellie Choma scored one goal with an assist by Jessica VanGlahn. Goalkeeper Tara Douglas had 12 saves. Sparta goalkeeper Emma Cerra had 1 save. Team records: Kittatinny Cougars 2-5. Sparta Spartans 3-4.
  • 9/24/2018
  • Album ID: 2214439
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Kittatinny overpowers North Warren in homecoming game

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  • Franco threw for 166 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also rushed for 77 yards and 1 touchdown. Running back Jacob Mafaro accomplished four touchdowns, two rushing and two receiving for Kittatinny. Mafaro's fourth touchdown came at the end of the first half with an 8-yard touchdown run. Tim Knutelsky ran for an 8-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Ryan Walsh was able to accomplish a 22-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for North Warren. Kittatinny students Jack Sweatt and Natalya DeWaal were crowned Homecoming King and Queen respectively at halftime. Sweatt participates in cross country and is on the school swim team. DeWaal is an actress in school plays. Team records: Kittatinny Cougars 2-5. North Warren Patriots 1-6.
  • 9/23/2018
  • Album ID: 2214367
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Newton Braves win battle against High Point Wildcats

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  • Newton High School defeated High Point Regional High School in varsity football on Friday September 21, 2018. The final score was 18-7. High Point Regional High School in Wantage Township, New Jersey hosted the game. Quarterback Michael Freda threw for 76 yards and ran for 86 yards and one touchdown on eight rushes for Newton. On the defense side Freda caught the ball for an interception while playing defensive back. Running back Ryan Kaiser had 110 yards and one touchdown on 25 carries. Running back Nick Brigante scored one rushing touchdown. Quarterback Jake Liscinsky ran in a three-yard touchdown for High Point. Grayson Sabo kicked the extra point kick. Team records: High Point Wildcats 1-2. Newton Braves 4-0.
  • 9/23/2018
  • Album ID: 2214356
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Vernon routs Sussex Tech

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  • Vernon Township High School defeated Sussex County Technical School in varsity girls soccer on Friday September 21, 2018. The final score was 4-0. Sussex County Technical School in Sparta Township, New Jersey hosted the game. Catherine McCabe scored two goals for Vernon. Kathleen Smaldone and Eleni Polizos scored one goal apiece. Madeline Labance contributed one assist. The win represents Vernon's fourth shutout of the season and its second in the last three games. Team records: Vernon Vikings 6-2. Sussex Tech Mustangs 2-2-2.
  • 9/23/2018
  • Album ID: 2214348
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Warwick Center for the Performing Arts first anniversary - Warwick,NY - 9/11/18

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  • One year ago Melissa Padham-Maass opened the Warwick Center for the Performing Arts (WCPA), 63 Wheeler Ave., when she resurrected The Dancerís Studio where she began her lifelong passion for dance as a young student of ballet. On Tuesday, September 11, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton and Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michael Johndrow joined Padham-Maass, her students, parents and associates to celebrate the first year anniversary with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Former owner and artistic director of The Dancerís Studio, Lucinda Henry, set the stage for Padham-Maass to continue the Centerís longstanding legacy. The Warwick Center for the Performing Arts offers a performance art program including dance, acting and fitness classes, new performing arts preschool, a black box theatre and a company dance ensemble. As the artistic director at WCPA, Padham-Maass has expanded the dance and theatre curriculum offering a range of classes suited for preschool age through adult students. The complete calendar of classes is located on the Centerís Website includes the new Performing Arts Preschool classes that are conveniently scheduled to coincide with the adult fitness programs. The variety of disciplines is also attributed to the varied backgrounds of the instructors who hail from a lengthy list of professional affiliations including Broadway and Indie Film actors, Darrah Carr Dance, Forces of Nature Dance Theatre, Pilobolus Dance Company, St. Maryís Community Preschool, Warwick Valley High School Meistersingers and the Centerís own dance company, The Warwick Dance Collective. For additional information or to register for classes call 986-2466 or visit www.warwickperformingarts.com
  • 9/19/2018
  • Album ID: 2213894
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

A Day of fun and football at Delaware Valley High School

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  • Delaware Valley High School in Westfall Township, Pennsylvania held the 12th Annual Warrior Festival on Saturday September 15, 2018. The Delaware Valley Warrior Football Program, in cooperation with the Delaware Valley Educational Foundation organized the free event. It wa a fun-filled day of music, arts & crafts, face painting, cartoon characters and more for the community to enjoy. Afterwards the annual homecoming football game took place. Delaware Valley High School defeated Honesdale High School (Wayne County, Pa) by the score of 21-20. Delaware Valley students Isaac Yost and Kiki Ruggiero were crowned Homecoming King and Queen respectively.
  • 9/19/2018
  • Album ID: 2213863
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter
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