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Warwick Gardeners decorate Railroad Green - Warwick,NY - 11/20/20

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  • Like many popular events ushering in the holiday season this year, the traditional lighting ceremony at Railroad Green could have been canceled during the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. However, 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 20, a smaller than usual crowd of local residents, wearing masks and practicing social distancing, gathered on the Green to witness the annual lighting event. The ceremony began with traditional Christmas carols like Jingle Bells and Silent Night sung by four members, also wearing masks and keeping a six foot distance, of the Warwick Valley High School Choir directed by music teacher Noreen Hanson. This year, the Warwick Valley Gardeners selected “Joy to the World,” as the theme for its Winter Project. Laurie Unick, president of The Gardeners, served as Chair of the event. Cathy Garofalo, executive VP and chair of the Railroad Green garden, did the countdown for the lighting. Village of Warwick Mayor Michael Newhard, reminded those present that this is a very special year and a most important time to give some joy to our neighbors He stated that Warwick is a very special place and that although we can’t share holiday events the way we usually do, everyone who walks by Railroad Green will see that. He praised the Warwick Gardeners for all they do throughout the year and said, “Thank you from the bottom of my heart.” 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.
  • 11/22/2020
  • Album ID: 2271588
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Tri-Verstiy transgender day of remembrance 2020 Nov 20th Milford, PA

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  • Tri-Versity transgender day of remembrance 2020 Nov 20, 2020 in Milford, PA
  • 11/20/2020
  • Album ID: 2271550
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Weis Supermarkets ribbon cutting Nov 19, 2020

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  • Weis Supermarkets ribbon cutting Nov 19, 2020 Store Hours: Mon - Sat 7am to 10pm; Sun 7am to 9pm Pharmacy Hours: Mom-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat 9am-6-m; sun 10am-2pm weismarkets.com
  • 11/20/2020
  • Album ID: 2271490
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Renovations of Manor House completed - Warwick,NY - 11/9/20

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  • Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton just announced that the renovations of the original farm house, known as the Manor House, a roughly 10,000 sq. ft. building on the site of the former Mid Orange Correctional Facility, have been completed. And the building has been leased to the Orange County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) to operate as an accelerator designed to launch new start-up businesses. This County agency works to advance the local economy by retaining and creating jobs and attracting new businesses. “This will be a launching pad for new businesses that can, as they grow, launch into other locations within our town providing jobs and tax revenues,” said Sweeton. “I want to thank the many local subcontractors who did a fantastic job in saving this very historic building.” In 2011, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office announced that the Mid-Orange Correctional Facility in Warwick was on its list of seven prisons to be shut down to save the state money. And in 2014, the State of New York approved the transfer of the property to the Warwick Valley Local Development Corporation and the Town of Warwick. One objective in acquiring the former prison was to create Warwick’s first and only business park that would produce tax revenues and provide jobs. And with that in mind Supervisor Sweeton contacted the Orange County Industrial Development Agency, which had created accelerators in other parts of the County. The farmland that became the Mid-Orange correctional facility was originally acquired by Captain John Wisner, Sr. on September 8, 1766. The Manor House was built in 1842 by Henry B. Wisner “The current renovation of the original farm house,” said Sweeton, “not only preserves this historic building but also creates an incubator for six start-up companies. These start-ups will have the potential to grow, producing jobs and tax revenues for our town.” ###
  • 11/17/2020
  • Album ID: 2271397
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Howard Hanna | Rand Realty ribbon cutting - Warwick,NY - 11/12/20

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  • On September 30 Marsha Rand, founder and President of Rand Realty, and Helen Hanna Casey, CEO of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, announced during a joint virtual meeting that the two real estate companies have joined forces in the creation of a new partnership in the Greater Hudson Valley region. The announcement finalizes a partnership between Rand Realty, the No. 1 real estate brokerage firm in the Greater Hudson Valley, and the nation’s largest independently owned brokerage firm, Howard Hanna. And on Thursday, November 12, members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined CEO Matt Rand and Branch Manager Rachael Heiss along with agents and staff at the 25 Railroad Avenue Warwick office for a ribbon cutting ceremony. “When I opened Rand Realty in 1984, my vision was to build a brokerage devoted to agents and homeowners alike,” said Marsha Rand. “Howard Hanna is a company that shares that mission. Because of that, and because of our shared experiences as family-owned businesses and industry innovators, I am very excited about the future of Rand Realty, now Howard Hanna | Rand Realty. By combining our expertise, we can create an even more exceptional real estate experience.” Casey added that the partnership would advance Howard Hanna’s strategic growth plan to be one of the fastest growing real estate companies in the United States. “This union brings together leading real estate industry professionals from two of the most respected and trusted family-owned companies in the business and blends them into one unified industry leader,” she said.
  • 11/16/2020
  • Album ID: 2271367
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Ogdensburg Council meeting - Ogdensburg, NJ - 11/9/20

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  • 11/15/2020
  • Album ID: 2271317
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

Children’s Advocacy Center Ribbon Cutting November 4, 2020

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  • Children’s Advocacy Center Ribbon Cutting November 4, County District Attorney Raymond Tonkin and the Pike County Commissioners scheduled the grand opening ribbon cutting for the new Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) at 2pm on November 4th. The former Magisterial District Judge's office was renovated, updated, and furnished into a safe, child-focused environment to serve victims of child abuse. Speakers, in addition to DA Ray Tonkin, were Senator Lisa Baker, Sarah Wilson and Darla Dickson, Byron Dickson's mother. The center was renamed for Corporal Bryon Dickson.
  • 11/4/2020
  • Album ID: 2270897
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Warriors whip Trojans

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  • Delaware Valley High School (Westfall Township, Pennsylvania) defeated North Pocono High School (Covington Township, Pennsylvania) in varsity football on Friday, October 23, 2020. The final score was 35-7. The game took place at Delaware Valley High School. Jason Henderson scored 2 rushing touchdowns for Delaware Valley. Preston Machado and Paulie Weinrich scored 1 rushing touchdown apiece. Delaware Valley offensive lineman Ryan Battaglia intercepted the ball then ran it in for a touchdown at 7:46 left to play in the second quarter extending Delaware Valley's lead 27-0. Cormac Starr made the extra point kick that pushed the lead to 28-0. Starr successfully made several extra point kicks during the contest. The Delaware Valley Warriors earned a 35-0 lead over the North Pocono Trojans by halftime. Korry Eisley scored North Pocono's only touchdown. Brady Mapes made the extra point kick. Team records: Delaware Valley Warriors 3-1. North Pocono Trojans 2-2.
  • 10/26/2020
  • Album ID: 2270456
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

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
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