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A Saturday afternoon at the rodeo

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  • Green Valley Farms Seventh Annual Professional Rodeo took place on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Competitors from across the United States participated in the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA) sanctioned event at the Wantage Township, New Jersey farmstead owned and operated by Duce and Joy Tallamy. Final placings are as follows: All-around cowboy: A.J. Williams, $593, steer wrestling and team roping. Bareback riding: 1. Kona Anderson, 64 points on Rawhide ProRodeo Company's Matt Dillon, $457; no other qualified rides. Steer wrestling: 1. Tom Farrelly, 6.6 seconds, $432; 2. A.J. Williams, 7.9, $324; 3. Chris Brennan, 8.7, $216; no other qualified runs. Team roping: 1. Eric Fabian/Jake Edwards, 6.5 seconds, $1,077 each; 2. Carmine Nastri/Robbie Erck, 8.5, $808; 3. Rob Toth/Shawn Quinn, 10.7, $538; 4. Troy Musser/A.J. Williams, 12.9, $269. Saddle bronc riding: 1. Joe Farren, 76.5 points on Rawhide ProRodeo Company's Covergirl, $350; 2. Will Stites, 55, $262; no other qualified rides. Tie-down roping: 1. Drew Carnes, 11.8 seconds, $568; 2. Tim Naylor, 14.2, $426; 3. Darren Morgan, 14.3, $284; 4. Chris Soto, 15.5, $142. Barrel racing: 1. Beth Ann Borowy, 15.94 seconds, $530; 2. Robin Weaver, 16.19, $461; 3. Lisa Barone, 16.41, $392; 4. Jayme Myers, 16.44, $322; 5. Hannah Kennedy, 16.55, $253; 6. Heather Constantinople, 16.61, $184; 7. Jennifer Romriell, 16.65, $115; 8. Renee Rapp, 16.67, $46. Bull riding: No qualified rides.
  • 5/28/2018
  • Album ID: 2202009
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

A Rush of Color and Creativity

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  • The Peters Valley School of Craft (Layton, New Jersey) held it's annual Creative Rush 5K (five kilometres) and Open House & Studio Tours on Sunday, May 6, 2018. The events are fundraisers that benefit the Peters Valley School of Craft art programs. Runners, walkers and artists from the region participated and visitors got the chance to view some amazing art.
  • 5/8/2018
  • Album ID: 2198973
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Take a Kid Fishing Day - Warwick, NY - 5/5/18

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  • It was great weather for fishing on Saturday, May 5, as Close to 200 people, youngsters along with their parents or grandparents, came out to enjoy overcast skies and mild temperatures while fishing in a creek well stocked with trout. Thanks to an annual community service provided by the Warwick Valley Rod & Gun Club families enjoyed another opportunity to “Take a Kid Fishing Day.” And every boy and girl also received a valuable prize to take home. Earlier that morning the Club members stocked approximately 300 to 400 hundred trout in Wawayanda Creek on Baird Farm. The picturesque farm, which has often served as a backdrop for television and print media commercials, has traditionally been the site of the annual event held for children who live in the Town of Warwick. The event is provided for youngsters who may not have access to a stream. “Take a Kid Fishing Day,” was organized by Club members for boys and girls under age 14 to give them an opportunity to enjoy the wildlife and environment surrounding their community. Although many of the participants were successful, a child did not have to catch a fish to win one of the prizes awarded at the close of the event. Since it is not a contest, it has been the practice for the Club to award a prize to every participating child, whether the child was lucky that day or not. The prizes, most of which were donated by the local business community and other organizations and individuals, included fishing rod and reel combos, vests, tackle boxes, lures and other outdoor recreation items. Contributions collected during the day and proceeds from the sale of food and refreshments will be used exclusively for next year’s “Take a Kid Fishing Day.”
  • 5/6/2018
  • Album ID: 2198742
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Hickory Hill Golf Course hosts US Kids Golf Tour - Warwick, NY - 4/21/18

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  • On Saturday, April 21, Warwick’s Hickory Hill Golf Course hosted 127 junior golfers from the ages of six to 14, competing as part of the US Kids Northern New Jersey Region Golf Tour. The young players were competing with the hope of qualifying for the World Championships to be held at the prestigious Pinehurst Golf Course in North Carolina this August. On Saturday the field included golfers from as far as Great Britain, Japan, Australia and Poland along with those from the United States ranging from the Northeast to California. Depending on their age, golfers played nine or 18 holes with varying distance.
  • 4/24/2018
  • Album ID: 2197201
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Warwick Little League ceremonies held for 2018 baseball season - Warwick,NY - 4/14/18

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  • They made the right decision. The annual Warwick Little League parade and ceremonies, postponed one week because of a poor weather forecast, took place on Saturday, April 14, under bright sun, clear blue skies and mild temperatures. The traditional parade, led by a Warwick Police motorcycle escort and a color guard, headed down Main Street and then to the ball fields at Veterans Memorial Park for ceremonies to celebrate the opening of the 2018 baseball season. Following the recitation of the Little League and Parent Pledges, the joint American Legion and VFW Color Guard marched to the center of the field. Warwick Valley High School Senior John Roca then gave a beautiful rendition of our National anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner." And he received a well deserved round of applause. Later in the program he also sang “God Bless America.” League Parade Chair Barry Cheney served as emcee for the day and introduced officials present. Town of Warwick Deputy Supervisor James Gerstner and Mayor Michael Newhard each praised the members of the Warwick Little League, stressing its importance to the community and wishing everyone a great baseball season. During the ceremonies Bart Amatetti, president of Warwick Little League, announced that after eight years he was stepping down and turning over the reins of his office to the new President, Rich DiCostanzo. However, Amatetti added that he would still remain active with the League. He also dedicated the 2018 season to the late Bob Faulls and his family. Town Park Field Supervisor Roger Showalter also praised Faulls, who worked as a heavy equipment operator for the Department of Public Works, for all the assistance he gave to the League. He then quoted Faulls’ favorite saying, “I’ll tell you what,” along with the words spoken each year by the late Orange County Legislator Ben Winstanley, “Play ball!” The ceremonies concluded with Deputy Supervisor Gerstner tossing in the first softball to Eva Garofalo and Mayor Newhard throwing out the first baseball to catcher Justin Acosta. All the players, parents and guests then headed over to the food concession stand for hot dogs and other refreshments served by Little League volunteers.
  • 4/16/2018
  • Album ID: 2196016
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Ribbon cutting ceremony for Greenwood Lake Skatepark - Greenwood Lake, NY - 3/28/18

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  • It’s intended to make Dale Hirrel’s dream a reality. On Wednesday March 28, at the CVS Field (Ben Winstanley Park) on Windermere Avenue in Greenwood Lake, the GWL Skatepark Corp. officially designated the future site of the “GWL Skatepark - In Memory of Dale Hirrel” with a ribbon cutting and unveiling of a sign on the site. In addition to board members from the GWL Skatepark Corp. there were also representatives of local Greenwood Lake businesses and official dignitaries including Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Councilman Floyd De Angelo, Greenwood Lake Mayor Jesse Dwyer and members of the Warwick and Greenwood Lake Chambers of Commerce. The Skatepark project is currently being organized and driven by the GWL Skatepark Corp. a fully registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2017. The board is comprised of several business professionals, mostly local with the collective skills necessary to accomplish the task. Within the team are marketing and design professionals, local business owners, skateboarding connections, including a professional skateboarder, and several other highly qualified people The Skatepark is being dedicated to local teenager and avid skateboarder Dale Hirrel, tragically killed in a car accident, who never gave up on the dream of a skatepark in town. “Kids need to get out and have an activity where they can stay off the streets,” said Kurk Koziel, vice president of the GWL Skatepark Corp. “It’s very important for them to have a place of their own.” The cost of the project is expected to be $300,00. To make a donation or for additional information visit, contact Sponsorship Director Jonathan Sismey at or President Michael Dudley at
  • 4/2/2018
  • Album ID: 2194152
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Spring skiing in February - Warwick, NY - 2/21/18

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  • Thanks to a good base and early snow making Mount Peter Ski Area still had the only snow in town on Wednesday, February 21, as the temperature approached 70 degrees. And many of the skiers and snow boarders enjoyed their winter sports in short sleeve T-shirts.
  • 2/21/2018
  • Album ID: 2187998
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Sussex Skylanders fall to Camden Cougars

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  • Camden Community College (Camden, N.J.) defeated Sussex County Community College (Newton, N.J.) in mens basketball on Saturday, January 20, 2018. The final score was 68-55. The game took place at Sussex County Community College.
  • 1/23/2018
  • Album ID: 2182595
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Sussex County's Brielle Hilbert scores 1000

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  • Camden Community College (Camden, N.J.) defeated Sussex County Community College (Newton, N.J.) in womens basketball on Saturday, January 20, 2018. The final score was 54-48. The game took place at Sussex County Community College. Sussex County's Brielle Hilbert scored the 1000th point of her college career.
  • 1/23/2018
  • Album ID: 2182416
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter

Westys gymnasts strut their stuff at the Frozen Invitational

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  • The first day of the 2017 Crystal Springs Frozen Invitational took place on Saturday, December 9, 2017. Westys Gymnastics (Franklin Borough, N.J.) hosted the two day gymnasitcs event at Crystal Springs Resort in Sussex County, New Jersey that concluded on Sunday, December 10th.
  • 12/19/2017
  • Album ID: 2176861
  • Photos by George Leroy Hunter
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