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Mafaro's power running helps Kittatinny beat Newton in sectional title game

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  • Kittatinny Regional High School (Hampton Township, New Jersey) defeated Newton High School in varsity football on Friday November 16, 2018. The final score was 28-19. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association North 1, Group 2 championship took place at Newton High School in Newton, New Jersey.
  • 11/17/2018
  • Album ID: 2220594
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Warwick Gardeners Railroad Green lighting - Warwick,NY - 11/16/18

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  • Warwick Valley Gardeners decorate Railroad Green for Home for the Holidays WARWICK – Once again members of the Warwick Valley Gardeners decorated Railroad Green and the planter to kick off the holiday season. And on Friday evening, November 16, local residents braved cold weather and the aftermath of the first snow storm of the season to witness the annual lighting event. The ceremony began with traditional Christmas carols like Jingle Bells and Silent Night sung by members of the Meistersingers and Treble Choir. This year, the members of the Warwick Valley Gardeners selected Woodland Holiday as the theme for its Winter Project. . Chair of this year’s event was Laurie Unick. Nancy Arthur, president of the Warwick Valley Gardeners, welcomed everyone and thanked all who contributed such as Corwin Florist and Greenhouses. Cathy Garofalo served as emcee for the ceremony and she invited Mayor Michael Newhard to say a few words. He pointed out that this was the first in a series of events for the holiday season including Home for the Holidays, Thanksgiving, the annual Christmas Tree lighting, the Menorah Lighting, Santa’s visits and Christmas. Newhard also thanked the Warwick Valley Gardeners for this and all the other projects they care for throughout the year. “Everywhere I go,” he said, “I see examples of how much they contribute to the beauty of our community. They do a magnificent job.” During the ceremony and after the countdown and lighting, members of the Club handed out candy canes to everyone. Established in 1992, the Warwick Valley Gardeners Club is a member the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, Inc. and the National Council of State Garden Clubs.
  • 11/17/2018
  • Album ID: 2220587
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Peter Yan arraigned in Goshen Town Court

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  • Peter Yan arraigned in Goshen Town Court before Judge Rory Brady. Yan with counsel and entered a plea of not guilty. He will return on January 9, 2019. Assistant District Attorney Carleen Decker is the prosecutor for the case. An interpreter was provided for Yan. Yan, who lives in Lynbrook, Long Island, was charged with 28 counts of failing to provide food, water, and sustenance.
  • 11/14/2018
  • Album ID: 2220333
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

World War II veteran tells a unique story about D-Day - Warwick,NY - 11/3/18

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  • Warwick resident Frank Scharfenberger, 92, is here today because of a unique experience that occurred in France shortly after the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944. Frank Scharfenberger was the youngest of three brothers living in Queens. Edward, the oldest, and Joseph, in the middle, were already serving in the Army during World War II when Frank Scharfenberger was drafted in April, 1942. After basic training in Arkansas he was shipped to England, where he trained in Wales for an amphibious assault. Nearly three million allied troops were to take part in the Operation Overlord air, sea and land attack more commonly known as D-Day. Although Scharfenberger did not come ashore with the very first wave, once on top he faced a serious German defensive action behind the Norman hedgerows, which were designed to keep cattle in and to mark boundaries. Wherever Scharfenberger looked as he and his unit traveled along the roads, the view was blocked by walls of vegetation. And there were German soldiers on the other side. Suddenly a bullet struck him in the right side of his head. It was a very serious wound but he stayed on his feet. “I had to walk to an aid station with another guy,” he said. “I lost my helmet and I was bleeding all over.” Both soldiers were wearing bandoleers of ammunition and carrying pockets of grenades. “They ordered us to get out,” said Scharfenberger, “so we got rid of the explosives and then they put me on a stretcher. And that’s all I can remember.” Scharfenberger, now in a coma, was treated but with his loss of blood and the limited medical facilities available in the field, was unlikely to survive. What seems like a miracle is that his older brother, Edward, an officer and a paratrooper also serving in France, had received a letter from his mother. She heard from a neighbor, whose son was also a soldier in the Normandy invasion, that his brother Frank, had been seen, wounded and unconscious, in a medical unit somewhere near Normandy. Somehow, Edward Scharfenberger, who Warwick residents may remember today as founder of the St. Stephen-St. Edward Educational Trust, the Warwick Taxpayers’ Association and the Warwick Conservancy, managed to locate his brother. Considering the thousands of troops in the invasion, it was an extraordinary task. But he located his younger brother, secured a Jeep and, although he was an enlisted man, had him transferred to an officer’s hospital in Paris. After recuperating, Corporal Frank Scharfenberger served as an MP in Germany, a destination he planned to reach in a journey that began on D-Day. After the war he worked with his older brothers in their father’s business, the Ecclesiastical Art Company, and later in a brokerage firm.
  • 11/13/2018
  • Album ID: 2220269
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

At Tri-Versity transitioning is a process to selfhood

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  • At Tri-Veristy transitioning is a process to selfhood
  • 11/13/2018
  • Album ID: 2220263
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Wine Time hosts celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony - Warwick,NY - 11/1/18

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  • It’s been described as a charming shop, filled with local art and having a warm Warwick feel with its stock of mostly smaller family owned wines and liquors that are organically produced. On Thursday, November 1, New York State Assemblyman Karl Brabenec, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owner Mark Chisholm and his family and staff along with a large number of friends and associates for a ribbon cutting ceremony. Guests were also treated to a wine tasting and food pairing. Wine Time is a locally family owned store located on Rt. 94 North in the Flowick Plaza, two miles outside the Village of Warwick. It will be celebrating its one-year anniversary on Saturday December 8, with a customer appreciation party. And this Saturday, November 17, Wine Time will be hosting a Wine, Liquor and Doc’s Cider Tasting EXPO at the shop featuring food, beverages and live music by Alexa from 1 to 5 p.m. The stated focus at Wine Time is to teach, train and educate consumers so that they can make better purchasing decisions when buying wine and liquor. Chisholm, who grew up in Warwick, has served in the wine and liquor industry for the past 25 years, traveling to hundreds of wineries around the world. His last corporate position was National Sales Manager for a small family-owned winery in Sonoma County California. He also hosts a radio program, “Wine Time,” which airs on WTBQ (1110AM/93.5 FM) every Saturday at 10 a.m. “A smaller production wine,” said Chisholm, “tastes better, contains less harmful sulfites and has more health benefits for the consumer.” He also encourages his customers to drink wine, not labels. “We carry all the National Brands,” said Chisholm, “but encourage our guests to try something new, something much better for their hard earned money”. Wine Time gives a 25 per cent discount on any case of wine. And you can mix and match. In addition, Chisholm states that the shop offers great prices on wine and liquor and has the only dedicated Tasting Bar in the Warwick area. For additional information call 986 – 3569 or visit www.winetimewarwick.com
  • 11/13/2018
  • Album ID: 2220246
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Chester commemorates Veterans Day 2018

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  • Chester commemorates Veterans Day 2018
  • 11/13/2018
  • Album ID: 2220238
  • Photos by Ginny Privitar

Cedar Mountain Primary School Veteran's Day Celebration - Vernon, NJ - 11/12/18

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  • 11/12/2018
  • Album ID: 2220143
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

Acclaimed folk-artist returns to Warwick with Trunk Show - Warwick,NY - 11/4/18

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  • On Saturday and Sunday, November 3-4, acclaimed folk-artist Billy Jacobs returned to Warwick to celebrate his 8th annual Trunk Show and signing at Frazzleberries County Store on Main Street. Jacobs, who lives in Navarre, Ohio is best known for his extensive collection of watercolor landscape paintings depicting scenes of farms and homesteads throughout the American heartland. The artist has enjoyed a long-standing friendship with Frazzleberries’ founder Marybeth Schlichting, herself a self-taught folk artist and painter.
  • 11/12/2018
  • Album ID: 2220116
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Delaware Valley defeats Hazleton to earn sub-regional championship title

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  • Delaware Valley High School defeated Hazleton Area High School (Hazle Township, PA) in varsity football on Saturday November 10, 2018. The final score was 35-14. The District 2-6 Class 6A sub-regional championship took place at Delaware Valley High School in Westfall Township, Pennsylvania.
  • 11/12/2018
  • Album ID: 2219995
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter
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