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The mission of the Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. is to assist, support, promote and advocate on behalf of our member business community.

TABLE OF CONTENTS OUR MISSION........................................ 3 WELCOME LETTERS............................ 4 TOWNSHIPS.......................................... 10 VILLAGES............................................... 27 CHAMBER CRUSADERS................. 33 THINGS TO DO & SEE....................... 34

SULLIVAN COUNTY SCHOOLS OVERVIEW........................................... 44 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY........... 66 WORKFORCE SUPPORT................. 92 LOCAL CHAMBERS........................... 93 IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS.............................................. 93

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Welcome to the Sullivan Catskills Situated in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains just 90 miles northwest of New York City, we are a rural county with 968 square miles of rolling hills, flowing rivers, crystal-clear lakes, and unparalleled beauty. We have many reasons to be excited for the future of our economy. Montreign Resort Casino, the premier gaming facility in the Northeast, will open in March 2018. The County has seen additional new business development such as the Veria Lifestyles Wellness Center at the former site of Kutsher’s, as well as expansion of our world-class existing businesses such as the Center for Discovery and Monticello Motor Club. Beyond these new ventures, our landscape and wide open spaces have drawn visitors for decades. In addition to the Delaware River, the Shawangunk Ridge and Catskill Mountains both stretch into Sullivan County. The Bashakill offers superb hiking opportunities, as well as breathtaking views. Our restaurants are welcoming and serve quality cuisine created from locally sourced food, and our farmers who provide the food are second to none. Whether you are seeking outdoor adventure, a new start for your family or a welcoming and supportive community for your new business venture, Sullivan County is the place for you. Come for a visit and discover yourself the mountains of opportunities that await you in Sullivan County, New York.

Luis Alvarez, Chairman Sullivan County Legislature

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Joshua Potosek County Manager


Welcome and thank you for planning to join us in spectacular Sullivan County. I can recommend it–I was born and raised here, went to school and college here, built a home, started a family and found my career–surrounded by natural beauty, vibrant communities and wonderful people. We’re located at a crossroads, halfway between the New York metropolitan area and Binghamton, with the Hudson Valley to the east and the Delaware Valley and Pennsylvania to the west. Since colonial times our natural resources and scenic beauty have attracted industry and recreational visitors. The bluestone sidewalks of New York came from our quarries, early motion pictures were shot using our vistas, and world-renowned entertainers got their start in our hotels. Now, a new generation, like you, are bringing their businesses and families to our healthy, scenic mountains and valleys. The Sullivan County Chamber is ready to help you get settled. Our nearly 500 members partner to encourage business and support the growing economy of our 15 townships and six villages. Whether encouraging main streets, promoting our hiking, fishing, hunting and skiing, advocating for our growing culinary and beverage offerings, or advancing our revitalized leisure sector, the Chamber is active in support of local enterprise. You’ve come to the right place at the right time. Just look at our recent growth in everything from first rate entertainment to second homes. We’re here to help you get off to a great start in a great community. Sincerely,

Cathy Paty, President/CEO Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce

FACTS: Sullivan County lies in the southern part of New York State, southeast of Binghamton and southwest of Albany. It is separated from Pennsylvania by the Delaware River. Just 90 miles northwest of NYC, Sullivan County offers the best of both worlds— convenient access to major metropolitan areas and a relaxed, rural lifestyle. Sullivan County is made up of 21 municipalities. That includes 15 townships, six villages which are divided into eight school districts. The county’s name is in honor of Major General John Sullivan, who was a hero in the American Revolutionary War. From the 1920s through the ’70s, hundreds of resort hotels dotted our landscape. And in 1969 we hosted half-a-million people at the Woodstock Music and Art Fair in Bethel. R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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Careful, once you visit you may never want to leave. We get it. Industry mogels, entrepreneurs, and young families awed by our natural beauty and abundant outdoor activities often decide to stay. But they don’t always know where to start.

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TOWN OF BETHEL The Town of Bethel, which includes the hamlets of Bethel, Briscoe, Kauneonga Lake, Smallwood, White Lake and parts of Mongaup Valley, is the geographic center of Sullivan County encompassing 93 square miles of rolling hills, farmland and natural landscapes. We’re home to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts at the historic site of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival which drew nearly half a million people in 1969. Today, Bethel Woods offers a diverse selection of culturally-rich performances, popular artists, and community and educational programming. The 800-acre campus includes an 15,000-seat amphitheater, an intimate 440-seat indoor Event Gallery, the awardwinning Museum at Bethel Woods, and a Conservatory for arts education programming.

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The hamlets of Kauneonga Lake and White Lake are on a 286-acre motorboat and fishing lake and a hub for lakeside dining and community events. The Forest Reserve at Smallwood, a 120-acre park, is protected by an agreement between the Bethel Local Development Corporation and the Delaware Highlands Conservancy. You can enjoy hiking, birding, snowshoeing and outdoor exercise, Lake Superior State Park offers swimming, fishing, kayaking and opportunities for winter recreation. The town also operates a park with playground, walking trails and picnic areas. Bethel has an active volunteer base including three volunteer fire departments, a volunteer ambulance corps, Lions Club; Girl Scouts, 4-H, and VFW. Bethel Parks and Recreation offers year round programming and activities along with an enriched summer camp and community garden. The beautification group Bethel First, a vibrant Council of the Arts, an active Business Association, and a healthy community steering committee are all engaged with promoting opportunities for community wellness.


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TOWN OF CALLICOON

The Town of Callicoon is rolling hills, rich history, creative people, farm fresh and includes the hamlets of Callicoon Center, Jeffersonville, North Branch, Youngsville and the Village of Jeffersonville that collectively encompass just under 50 square miles in the western portion of Sullivan County.

We’re rich in active community groups including four volunteer fire departments and an ambulance corps; Lions Club; Chamber of Commerce and the volunteer beautification group the Jeffersonville JEMS. Our interests and attractions are as diverse as the people. Every Wednesday in the summer the historic Callicoon Center Band entertains with “polkas, waltzes, and hits of fifty years ago that

come blaring and bouncing out of the thirty member band.” On the other side of town, in the Village of Jeffersonville, is the year round sound of WJFF radio – hydro powered and run almost exclusively by volunteers. The Village of Jeffersonville serves as a crossroad to several hamlets and main streets; connecting a vibrant agricultural community offering an abundance of fresh food.

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TOWN OF COCHECTON The Town of Cochecton is a small, quiet, scenic part of Sullivan County. Cochecton’s fertile flats (“Cushetunk” as it was called by the Indians meaning “low lands”) abounding with fish, fur and game and its proximity to the Delaware River, which led to Philadelphia, made it a natural for a permanent settlement. Our Town is comprised of 38.06 square miles making it the second smallest town in Sullivan County. It includes the hamlets of Cochecton, Cochecton Center, Fosterdale, Lake Huntington, and Skinners Falls. Access to the Delaware River can be gained at Skinners Falls. 74 SMALES ROAD LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY 12752 T. (845) 932-8360 F. (845) 932-8228 INFO@TOWNOFCOCHECTONNY.ORG TOWNOFCOCHECTONNY.ORG FACEBOOK: COCHECTON, NY 12

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The Town of Delaware consists of the hamlets of Callicoon, Hortonville, Kenoza Lake and Kohlertown. We’re is a diversified area ranging from flat valleys with pristine views of the Delaware River, to rolling hills offering panoramic vistas. Delaware features many amenities including a range of dining, shopping, the Villa Roma Resort and access to the Delaware River. The Scenic Byway Route 97 passes through the hamlet of Callicoon. The people of the Town of Delaware are what make the town unique. The human spirit and level of caring and concern people have for each other, their neighborhood and their community is extraordinary. There is a strong volunteer

base in the fire department, Business Association, Kiwanis, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. The Delaware Youth Center is a community space that offers educational programming and recreational activities for all ages throughout the year. It also houses a year round farmers market that moves indoors from the Callicoon Creek with the change of season.

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Callicoon hosts several signature events including the annual Tractor Parade, the Callicoon Country Fair, an 5K in Summer, the Art Walk in Autumn and Dickens on the Delaware in December.

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TOWN OF FALLSBURG Fallsburg offers a balanced quality of life, recreational opportunities and municipal services to a vibrant year round, seasonal and second home community. We encompass 79 square miles and include the hamlets of Fallsburg, Glen Wild, Hurleyville, Loch Sheldrake, Mountaindale, South Fallsburg, Woodbourne, Village of Woodridge. The Neversink River runs through the Town of Fallsburg and played an important part in its early development. The Town has just over 4 miles of trails for walking and bicycling. The section of the O & W Rail Trail includes segments from Mountaindale to Woodridge and from Woodridge to the Neversink River. The trail is well-maintained and on level terrain with flowerbeds, a variety of views, and wetlands with excellent areas for bird-watching. Highlights include a

Visitor’s Center in Mountaindale with a display of historical railway photographs, artifacts, a new scale train sculpture, rest areas and stretching equipment. Our sense of community is exemplified through local participation in action committees, 6 volunteer fire departments, an ambulance squad, senior clubs, Kiwanis Club and several beautification groups that have worked to create vibrant public spaces and community events. Fallsburg is home to SUNY Sullivan, two lakeside parks and two PGA golf courses. Morningside Park features a 125 acre lake allowing electric motor boats, fishing and birding opportunities. The hamlet of Hurleyville is a developing walkable community and is home to the Hurleyville Makers Lab as well as the Hurleyville Arts Centre, galleries and artist spaces.

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TOWN OF FORESTBURGH Forestburgh, the smallest of the Sullivan County towns, is set amidst abundant forests and peaceful lakes and includes the nine mile Swinging Bridge Reservoir. The beautiful and natural surroundings offer hiking, bald eagle viewing, cross country skiing and other opportunities to connect with nature. We are home to the Forestburgh Playhouse. Founded in 1947, the Forestburgh Playhouse is the oldest continuously operating professional summer theatre in New York State. Under an agreement with the Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers, the Playhouse employs professional actors, often with Broadway or other major credits, as well as a company of non-union professionals who earn credit toward their own eventual membership in the Actors’ Equity Association. The Forestburgh Playhouse operates from mid-June through Labor Day. The Forestburgh Tavern hosts a Fall Series during weekends from September through the end of October. The Fall

Series features, bands, cabarets, comedy, special events and caps off the year with our annual live performance of the Rocky Horror Show! Other unique aspects of Forestburgh include Merriewold Park, famous for residences of playwriters; stage and screen actors and actresses and Sho Fu Den, the Japanese palace brought here from the 1939 New York’s World Fair by Dr. Takamine, chemist and inventor. There are 15 historical markers throughout our town denoting its past along with a 150th Sesquicentennial depicting their path as well as other interesting historical and town facts.

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TOWN OF FREMONT The Town of Fremont is nestled in the western corner of Sullivan County, alongside the Delaware River, and offers beautiful scenery—rolling hills, grassy meadows, pure mountain streams, towering woodlands and abundant wildlife. The hamlets of Long Eddy, Fremont Center, Hankins and Obernburg make up the which is served by both the Roscoe and Sullivan West School Districts. Tennanah Lake Golf and Tennis Club sits on over 1,000 acres on the highest point in Sullivan County. The par 72 layout has three sets of tees and will play almost 6,800 yards from the back tees. In addition to the wondrous and bountiful natural resources in Fremont, our town also provides excellent opportunities for entrepreneurship and business ventures. There is a community respect for privacy coupled with encouragement for community involvement. Be as active or leisurely as you’d like. P.O. BOX 69 FREMONT CENTER, NY, 12736 T. (845) 887-6605 F. (845) 887-5890 TOWNOFFREMONTCLERK@HOTMAIL.COM WWW.FREMONTNEWYORK.US FACEBOOK: TOWN OF FREMONT, SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY

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TOWN OF HIGHLAND The Town of Highland was first inhabited by the Lenape, who enjoyed the bounty of the Delaware River. Others were drawn to Highland because of its streams, lakes, dense hardwood and conifer forests and wild game. Today, the town is comprised of Barryville, Eldred, Highland Lake, Minisink Ford and Yulan. Situated along the Delaware River, Barryville, offers eagle watching, outdoor and waterfront activities, and many dining options. Several liveries offer camping, a zip line, rafting, kayaking, and canoeing. The Barryville Area Arts Association, and the Greater Barryville Chamber of Commerce are active throughout the year and include Plein Air painting and the Pumpkin Fest.


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Eldred hosts the Town Hall, Senior Center, Sunshine Hall Free Library, Peck’s Supermarket, churches, restaurants, and several businesses all within walking distance. Nearby is the Hickok Brook Multiple Use Area, featuring rugged hiking, and other outdoor activities on its 1,064 acres. Located beside its namesake, Highland Lake offers residential and natural beauty with public lake access. The North American Cultural Lab (NACL) Theatre is a performing arts focal point and provides many opportunities for diverse entertainment. The Upper Delaware’s only major Revolutionary War battle was fought at Minisink in 1779. The Minisink Ford Battle Ground hosts a Visitor Interpretive Center with 57 acres, offering hiking, a picnic area and restrooms. The Roebling Bridge is a short drive away– designed and built by John A. Roebling, who later engineered the Brooklyn Bridge. Yulan offers a quaint residential community, with Konrads Restaurant just a short walk from the post office. Community gardens dot the entrance into Yulan, and are a source of pride for the Town’s beautification efforts. The Town of Highland offers art and culture, nature, relaxation and a welcoming atmosphere to all. Visit for more information. R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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TOWN OF LIBERTY The Town of Liberty offers excellent schools, outdoor recreation and an escalating business climate. We’re a great place to live, play and do business. The Town encompasses the Village of Liberty and the hamlets of Parksville, Swan Lake, White Sulphur Springs Our housing options and available land, along with a walkable downtown of shops, restaurants, groceries and an award winning school district, make Liberty an attractive option for families. We offer an active Parks and Recreation Department with yearlong family friendly events, lakes and public swimming pool. There is plentiful open space and parkland for outdoor recreation including Walnut Mountain which features state ranked mountain biking trails. There are 2.5 miles of rail trail in downtown Liberty and just over 3 miles in Parksville which is also home to Beaverkill Studio—inspired by nature, and fueled by state of the art technology to shoot, edit and screen.

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County is located in our Town. It combines local experience and research, developed with community input, and based on the most current information available from Cornell and other Land Grant universities from across the nation. The Liberty campus features a hiking trail, greenhouse, hoop house and commercial kitchen. The Village of Liberty has weekly farmers’ markets, summer theatre, a museum and an arts center. 120 NORTH MAIN STREET LIBERTY, NY 12754 T. (845) 292-5110 F. (845) 292-1310 TOWNOFLIBERTY.ORG/CONTACT-US TOWNOFLIBERTY.ORG FACEBOOK: TOWN OF LIBERTY NY AND TOWN OF LIBERTY PARKS & RECREATION


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Lumberland has a rich history, including the Delaware and Hudson Canal, the summer mansion of Singer Sewing Machine President George McKenzie, and the scenic Delaware River paralleled by the RT 97 Scenic Byway, all within commuting distance to the Tri-State and Delaware Valley region. One of the best ways to enjoy Lumberland is to canoe the Delaware River from the various bases on the banks. Hiking and biking abound with fun restaurants and bed and breakfasts for short or long rests. On the way stop at the many historical markers and the Lumberland Town Hall and Museum Room-ask for our brochure. We have a series of quality Cultural Concerts at the Town Hall (call 845856-8600 #1222 for details) and the Summer Youth Program is available in July (contact the Youth Director at the Municipal Building)

Our community is proud to support the Lumberland Fire Department and Auxiliary, the Lumberland Cultural Series Board, The Lumberland Branch of Sullivan First, our Parks and Recreation Department, Senior Citizens and churches. Look for chicken BBQs, penny socials and dinners throughout our town. Annual events include the Memorial Day and Fourth of July Parades.

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TOWN OF LUMBERLAND

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TOWN OF MAMAKATING The Town of Mamakating–Gateway to Sullivan County. Mamakating is where history meets adventure. We embrace and enjoy our rural heritage and take responsibility for environmental stewardship. On our two mountains and in our lush valley, you can hike the Rail Trail and Delaware and Hudson Canal Trail Project, kayak the Bashakill Wildlife Management Area, and soar at the the nation’s oldest glider airport— Wurtsboro Airport. We’re very community minded, with Mamakating First Aid, and volunteer fire departments at Summitville, Wurtsboro, Westbrookville, Bloomingburg, Howells and Mountaindale. The Wurtsboro Board of Trade, Wurtsboro Rotary Club, Wurtsboro Lion’s Club, the Bashakill Area Association and our Senior Center all work to make this community a great place to live and work. Annual events include Winterfest in February, Founder’s Day in July and Bashakill Area Clean-up Day.

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The Town of Neversink partially located in the Catskill Park, features one of the county’s most beautiful landscapes, offering natural beauty and a multitude of recreational activities within the Neversink and Rondout Reservoir areas, including fishing, hunting, non-motorized boating, and hiking. Volunteerism abounds and has been an integral part of the building of the Daniel Pierce Library and Time and the Valleys Museum, the creation of a local farmers’ market, and The Townsman newspaper, which has been in existence for over 60 years. We have two fire departments and two volunteer ambulance squads, along with a Lions Club, Chamber of Commerce, Neversink Renaissance beautification group, Antique Tractor Club, and Neversink Agricultural Society. The Town of Neversink Chamber of Commerce was recently organized to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Tri-Valley area. The beautification efforts of Neversink Renaissance have brought many resources to the municipality making the town a more

beautiful place. Barn Quilts of Neversink offers a self-guided tour to view over 75 barn quilts. An Old time Fair takes place every July, followed by the Little World’s Fair in August, Tractor Show and Sportsmen’s Flea Market in September, and the Giant Pumpkin Party in October. Youth activities in the community are plentiful. Seasonal sports are open to children ranging from Pee Wee to Varsity age. Civic clubs such as 4-H, Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts are available as well, while many programs are presented by the library. The Parks and Recreation Department plans trips and community events for residents of all ages. A newly built Town Park continues to expand, offering a walking trail and pavilion, with more to come.

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TOWN OF NEVERSINK

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TOWN OF ROCKLAND

The Town of Rockland blends easy access from Rt. 17 with small town charm and a big backyard. Its hamlets, Livingston Manor and Roscoe, are rich in natural assets and outdoor recreation in all four seasons. Located at the southwestern gateway to the Catskill Park, we boast two world class trout fishing streams, the Beaverkill and Willowemoc Creek, and public lands with fishing, hiking, hunting, waterfalls, lakes and ponds. Winter activities include snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing. There are golf courses and a dozen public and private campgrounds. Rockland is home to the Catskill Fly Fishing Center, the world’s largest fly fishing museum, and three covered bridges dating back to 1865, one of which is a county park. Other historic treasures include the O & W Railroad Museum and the Roscoe-Rockland Fire Dept’s display of bucket brigade memorabilia. Volunteer groups contribute to Rockland’s can-do community spirit, including fire 24

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departments, ambulance corps, chambers of commerce, Renaissance beautification groups, Roscoe Rockland Garden club, Livingston Manor Rotary, Roscoe Kiwanis and others. The arts are alive at the Catskill Art Center, several galleries and performance spaces. We have unique annual events: the Two-headed Trout dinner in Roscoe when the fishing season opens, the zany, creative Trout Parade in Livingston Manor in June, plus many smaller events. Farm stands, food stores, and a farmer’s market provide local products in season. We have cozy main streets and great personal vibes from the owner-operated businesses, two craft breweries–the Catskill Brewery and Roscoe Brewery, the Prohibition Distillery, and the Arnold House. The Town of Rockland is a great place to visit, and the kind of place you want to live, raise a family, or retire to.


The Town of Thompson, one of Sullivan County’s largest and most populated towns, also has the lowest property tax rate. We’re a haven for full-time residents as well as seasonal guests who call us their second home. The Town includes the Village of Monticello and the hamlets of Rock Hill, Harris, Kiamesha Lake, Thompsonville, Glen Wild, and Sackett Lake.

The Montreign Casino and the Adelaar resort complex are both located in the Town, just outside Monticello. The new “Veria Nature Cure & Ayurvedic Wellness Center” is also located in Thompson. Veria will be based upon five ancient sciences: Nature Cure, Ayurveda, yogic sciences, nutrition and acupuncture, and will include treatments such as hydrotherapy and physiotherapy.

Monticello, the largest village in Sullivan County, serves as the county seat, with the government center, courthouse, and other public offices conveniently located within our walkable downtown. With affordable housing, period architecture and refurbished streetscape, Monticello is undergoing a resurgence and is a great location for live-work opportunities and first-time homebuyers.

We offer both residents and visitors beautiful lakes and streams, the Monticello Casino & Raceway, the Monticello Motor Club, Holiday Mountain Ski & Fun Park, and a host of world-class golf, dining, tennis, and other recreational options.

The Town of Thompson boasts the county’s largest concentration of retail development. Smaller retail stores and several ethnic restaurants with outdoor seating can also be found in Monticello.

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We are home to several healthcare facilities, including Catskill Regional Medical Center, Crystal Run Healthcare, and The Center for Discovery. The Town of Thompson is open for business. 4052 ROUTE 42 MONTICELLO, NY 12701 T. (845) 794-2500 F. (845) 794-8600 TOWNOFTHOMPSON.COM/CONTACT-US TOWNOFTHOMPSON.COM VILLAGEOFMONTICELLO.COM

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TOWN OF TUSTEN Narrowsburg ranks as one of America in Bloom’s 2016 top three “Coolest Downtowns.” Although small (pop. 1,515), we don’t go unnoticed. Historic Main Street dates back to the 1800’s and has continued through the centuries to be the commercial hub of the Town of Tusten Main Street backs up to the deepest and the narrowest part of the Delaware River– perfect for canoeing, rafting, kayaking and fishing. Fishermen can cast their fly’s into the water, while high above their heads soaring bald eagles dip down to scoop up a fish of their own. We’ve been declared the Eagle Capitol of New York State. Our rich history, preserved by the Tusten Historical Society, includes four churches, the Tusten Theater, a circa 1920’s Art Deco theater which serves as the performance venue for the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA). Concerts, opera, lectures, and the annual Big Eddy Film Festival all take 26

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place here. The DVAA which hosts over 12 annual juried art exhibits is housed in the former Hotel Arlington on Main Street, a Registered Historic building. Annual celebrations include Riverfest, a street fair celebrating Art, Music and the Environment, Honey Bee Fest, and a July 4th parade and fireworks, attracting residents and visitors alike. As a small town, we work together, through volunteerism, to make Tusten rich with activities, events and hands on work to keep Narrowsburg looking beautiful as a destination for Sullivan County residents and tourists alike. Other amenities not found in many rural towns include a library, grocery store, gas station, pharmacy and a lumberyard. We boast fine restaurants and fine shops. Narrowsburg, a place to live, work and play.


The Village of Bloomingburg was the first county seat of Sullivan County and is located in the Town of Mamakating. We prospered first as a center on the NewburghCochecton Turnpike and later as a railway town with many guest cottages and homes for those seeking fresh air a beautiful scenery. We are the southernmost village in Sullivan County. We are also the only Sullivan County Community entirely within the Hudson River watershed. Our eastern boundary is the Shawangunk Kill, which is, at that point, the border with Orange County, making us attractively rural with only a short ride to a wide range of services in BLOOMINGBURG VILLAGE HALL Middletown, NY and the greater New P.O. BOX 341 York metropolitan area. 13 NORTH ROAD We are conveniently just off of Route 17/86.

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VILLAGE OF JEFFERSONVILLE Jeffersonville is at the convenient crossroads of western Sullivan County. Livingston Manor, Roscoe, Callicoon, Narrowsburg, Bethel Woods and more are just a few minutes away from our all-American, small town Main Street. Originally we were called Winkelried after Arnold Von Winkelried, the legendary Swiss hero. Sullivan West Central School’s Jeffersonville Campus was built through President Roosevelt’s New Deal, put America back to work program and features the classic architecture of the time. It is rumored Squirt Soda got its start here, and, whether this is true or not, it is uncertain, that Squirt was bottled here for quite some time. P.O. BOX 555 17 CENTER STREET JEFFERSONVILLE, NY 12748 T. (845) 482-4275 F. (845) 482-5298 VILLAGEOFJEFF@GMAIL.COM JEFFERSONVILLENY.COM FACEBOOK: JEFFERSONVILLE, NY OR JEFFERSONVILLE JEMS 28

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Jeffersonville is rich in community groups. We have a Volunteer Fire Department, Volunteer Ambulance Corp, a Lion’s club, a beautification group called JEMS, a Chamber of Commerce and a Community Outreach Group organized by our Village government. We also have several churches, a synagogue and a beautiful community park. We have many annual and several one-time events each year. Our ongoing annual events include A St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Maple Fest, Outdoor Movies in the Park, a full moon drum circle, Women’s Wellness, Jeff Jamboree, Ocktoberfest, Trunk or Treat, and the James Dworetsky Holiday Parade. Proximity is everything here. Our community is very walkable and the abundance of farms makes for easy access to fresh produce, dairy products, eggs and more. We work with realtors to distribute welcome packages containing information about the village and coupons for area businesses to recent sales and newcomers.


The Village Liberty is centrally located in Sullivan County, within the Town of Liberty. It was a major stop on the O&W railroad for summer visitors, especially those visiting world-famous Grossinger’s Hotel. Today, it is conveniently located off of Route 17/86 with easy access to shopping and services. The Village is a great place to live because it is so walkable. It is also an easy commute to many employment locations. Housing is readily available and attractively priced whether you’re looking for a starter home, second home or permanent residence. Nearby Walnut Mountain is rate as one of the Top 25 trails in New York State and Hanofee Park offers a variety of recreation activities.

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VILLAGE OF MONTICELLO Monticello, named after the residence of Thomas Jefferson, is Sullivan County’s largest community and the county seat. It was built by Samuel and John Jones to service their interests in natural resources and connect with the NewburghCochecton Turnpike. Tourism has played an important part in the Village. Downtown was active almost 24 hours a day during the historic era of the great hotels. Today the Montreign Resort Casino and Adelaar Resort are bringing new economic growth, while the Monticello Raceway continues as a destination. MONTICELLO VILLAGE HALL 2 PLEASANT STREET MONTICELLO, NEW YORK 12701 T. (845) 794-6130 F. (845) 794-2327 INFO@VILLAGEOFMONTICELLO.COM FACEBOOK: MONTICELLO, NY 30

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The Sullivan County Government Center and Sullivan County Courthouse are located in the Village Monticello with other public offices are conveniently located within our walkable downtown. With affordable housing, period architecture and refurbished streetscape, Monticello is undergoing a resurgence and is a great location for live-work opportunities and first-time homebuyers. For recreation, DeHoyos Park, The Ted Stroebelle and Dillon Park Pool are available. We are a convenient crossroads, located off Rt. 17/86, the “Quickway” to the Catskills and at the intersection of Route 17B leading west to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and the Delaware River and Rt. 42 leading to the east. You’ll find the greatest number and variety of services in Monticello, whether you are passing through, joining us for an extended stay or moving into a great community.


Woodridge is friendly and welcoming A 1947 newspaper article dubbed us “Utopia in the Catskills” and focused on the cooperatives in the Village and our slogan “The Friendly Village”. We were and are home to a diversified group of religions and nationalities. Two cooperatives still exist– Associated Mutual Insurance Cooperative founded in 1913 and Cooperative Federal Credit Union founded in 1936. The Village boasts its own police department, court, office, sanitation and highway departments, planning board, zoning board and executive board. We are part of the Rails to Trails and healthy communities initiatives. The entire Village is pedestrian and bike friendly and with the trail running through the Village, connecting two parks and a seating area. Krieger Park has a lake, ballfield, basketball court and picnic area; Centreville Station Park pays homage to the New York, Ontario and Western train days and the original name of the Village; and Veterans Memorial Park honors our

vets. A mural painted on the side of a large building on Broadway memorializes the O & W Railway. The Village boasts a volunteer fire department, Kiwanis club and a group of volunteers who work on our Sullivan Renaissance projects every year and help our Village staff maintain them.

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The Woodridge Kiwanis Club holds an annual scholarship dinner, awarding 5 scholarships to graduating Fallsburg High School seniors. The Woodridge Fire Department holds an annual Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club plant sale. A Memorial Day observance ceremony is held annually. P.O. BOX 655 WOODRIDGE, NY 12789 T. (845) 434-7447 F. (845) 434-0916 WOODRIDGE12789@YAHOO.COM FACEBOOK: VILLAGE OF WOODRIDGE, NY

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VILLAGE OF WURTSBORO The Village of Wurtsboro is nestled at the base of the Shawangunk Ridge, bordered by the largest fresh water wetland in southeastern NY, and just a few quick miles over the southeast border of Sullivan County off Rt. 17 1/ 86. Famous for our role in the days of the D&H Canal, we’re now home to eateries, eclectic shopping, and professional services on our walkable main street. Our neighborhood public elementary school and new library are in the village. We’re at the intersection of five trails which have recently received a grant of over $1 million for upgrading. The Wurtsboro Airport is a glider pilots’ landmark with a rich aviation history dating to 1926. Our fire department, commissioners and ladies’ auxiliary are volunteer. We have veterans’ organizations, the Wurtsboro 7 PENNSYLVANIA AVE P.O. BOX 157 WURTSBORO, NY 12790 T. (845) 888-2522 F. (845) 888-2816 FACEBOOK: VILLAGE OF WURTSBORO 32

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Board of Trade, Mamakating Rotary, Mamakating Lions & Lioness, the Knights of Columbus, Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church, Wurtsboro Community Church, Wurtsboro Hebrew Congregation, Mamakating First Aid Squad, Wurtsboro Art Alliance for the artist or art lover, Wurtsboro Renaissance for beautification, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, and the Basha Kill Area Association for nature and the environment. Wurtsboro Winterfest is a great family fun day, we have a Memorial Day Parade, the Wurtsboro Founders’ Day Street Fair held in July, and the Annual Roosa Gap Roller Coaster Run starts and finishes in the village to benefit the PFC Jerry B. Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund. The Basha Kill Wildlife Management Area, a state-managed, freshwater marsh of over 3,000 acres, is renowned by bird watchers, hikers, kayakers. The Basha Kill Area Association is a volunteer, not-forprofit organization that seeks to enhance appreciation and stewardship of this unique natural resource, and coordinates many activities throughout the year.


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HAVE A LOOK AT HOW WE HANG OUT IN THE SULLIVAN CATSKILLS Everyone from millennials to retirees loves the variety of Sullivan County leisure activities for their families and friends. GET ACTIVE WITH OUR WATER AND LAND ADVENTURES. Our Rail Trails take you through quaint villages to scenic vistas and along rushing streams. You’re part of the rush kayaking, canoeing or rafting the Delaware. Get your waders and get in the water fly fishing the world famous Beaverkill and Willowemoc. And, watch overhead for our eagles as they do some angling of their own. Great golf? We’ve got it.

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arts, culture, & heritage. Experience a wide range of world-famous performers at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Like an aria? You’ll sing the praises of opera at Delaware Valley Opera. Prefer theatre? Forestburgh Playhouse is the oldest operating professional summer theatre in New York State. Some of the earliest films were made in Sullivan County and the Big Eddy Film Festival celebrates contemporary classics. Our local arts community is on vibrant display at Catskill Art Society and Delaware Valley Arts Alliance where you can enjoy programs in visual, performing, literary and media arts. CONTINUED...

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dine & drink. Sample Trout Town Brown Ale, Freak Tractor (Model 14), Callicoon Brown Cow Porter, Peace Vodka and Bootlegger 21 New York Bourbon Whiskey, Wood Duck Chardonnay and Elizabeth’s Vineyard Cabernet Franc at our breweries, distilleries and wineries. The emphasis is on what’s regionally grown and produced, highlighting the meat, dairy and produce for which we’re famous, at restaurants, cafés and pubs all over the county. If you’re the chef, you’ll find the same ingredients at seasonal farmers’ markets in our town and villages. R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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Invite your friends. If there are too many to host at home, they’ll find comfortable lodging at everything from resort hotels to spas, boutique hideaway rentals and B&Bs. There are inns, cottages and cabins–on our hills, by our lakes and in our historic villages–you can even go glamping and stay in a deluxe treehouse.

TRY YOUR LUCK. In 2018 the State’s newest resort casino—Montreign opens in the heart of the county to be followed by the adjacent Adelaar waterpark, entertainment village and conservancy.

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This is how we locals have fun all year long! 1. Eagle watching on the deck in Narrowsburg 2. Fly fishing in Roscoe’s Junction Pool where the Beaverkill and Willowemoc meet 3. Flying a kite with the kids at SUNY Sullivan’s annual Kite Festival 4. Cheering for our favorite float at the Livingston Manor Trout Parade 5. Watching independent flicks at Big Eddy Film Festival 6. Sipping an award-winning vodka or bourbon with visiting friends on our Good Taste Beverage Trail 7. Singing along at summer concerts on the lawn at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 8. Showing off our dogs in the dog parade at Riverfest 9. Giving our guests a history lesson on the ’60s at The Museum at Bethel Woods 10. Snapping a few selfies with friends at the Woodstock Monument 11. Beer tastings in Livingston Manor, Roscoe, and Callicoon 12. Watching a sunset over Kaunenoga Lake 13. Savoring the local foods fresh from local farms at our neighborhood restaurants on a weeknight 14. Ice fishing in January with a bonfire on a lake shore 15. Tubing or kayaking the Delaware River 16. A day pass to the Mysteryland US music festival

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URGENT CARE TRANSFORMED IN SULLIVAN COUNTY The most convenient and best choice for you and your loved ones is the only choice - Crystal Run Urgent Care. The first Urgent Care to open in Sullivan County, Crystal Run Urgent Care is Accredited by both the Urgent Care Association of America and The Joint Commission — the gold standard for quality health care. Conveniently open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, we offer walk-in and extended-hour medical care staffed by physicians, with access to laboratory and diagnostic imaging on-site, plus easy referrals to Crystal Run’s exceptional specialists for follow-up care.

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STUDENTS OF ALL AGES LEARN IN DIFFERENT WAYS AND THE EDUCATION OF TODAY’S YOUNG AND OLD REQUIRES A VARIETY OF APPROACHES, SUPPORTED BY A VARIETY OF RESOURCES. Fortunately, for all of the different learners, the educational institutions in Sullivan County provide those resources, addressing traditional students, students who need an alternative approach, students who are looking for a religious base, as well as those with special needs. For students who are just recently out of high school or adults who have been out of school for many years, or immigrants looking to become citizens or learn English, Sullivan County has what you are looking for. From pre-schools to college, Sullivan County schools offer students innovative and exciting ways to learn, including using technology, promoting the arts and cultural diversity, and encouraging leadership, team work and the importance of community involvement through participation in student organizations and competitive sports. You will truly receive a quality, fulfilling education in Sullivan County. These individual school profiles demonstrate that our rural schools may be small in size, but offer a wealth of learning opportunities preparing today’s students to be tomorrow’s leaders. For additional information about a specific school, please contact the individual school district directly. If you are looking for a professional teaching career, Sullivan County has much to offer. You will have the opportunity to explore teaching and administrative positions, as well as support positions in the area schools all by contacting one source: SULLIVAN COUNTY BOCES RECRUITMENT SERVICES 6 WIERK AVENUE, LIBERTY NEW YORK 12754 (845) 295-4000 SCBOCES.ORG

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The Center for Discovery offers individuals with significant disabilities, medical frailties and autism spectrum disorders innovative educational, clinical, residential, and recreational experiences designed to enrich lives and increase independence. The Center provides support grounded in the land and in a community of care and education, integrating food and farming, science and research, and health and wellness. Programs are continually evolving and encourage everyone to defy expectations. 46

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The Center offers programs in Harris, Liberty, and Hurleyville, and include a New York State Department of Health certified Article 28 Clinic providing on-site medical, physical, and psychological support including primary medicine, primary dental, neurology, psychology, monthly psychiatric, and podiatry. The campus setting allows children to participate year round in seasonal, outdoor, nature-based lessons. An indoor, therapeutic swimming pool and a fully equipped, naturally lighted gymnasium provide a dynamic space in which to move,


have fun, learn, and play. All classrooms are equipped with direct outdoor access, computers, swings or sensory integration equipment, a small kitchenette and large nature-viewing windows. The Center operates a certified biodynamic farm, the Michael Ritchie Big Barn Center for Environmental Health, Education and Research, the Discovery School, and four residences in Hurleyville. Our residents and students have found meaningful work on the farm and have become active members of the Hurleyville community, Guided by the philosophy that Main Street is the core of any community, the place

where people come together to live, work and play, The Center has embarked on a multi-faceted revitalization plan to breathe new life into Hurleyville by restoring older buildings, attracting tax-paying retail businesses and cultural organizations, and generating pedestrian traffic on Main Street while expanding opportunities for people with disabilities to live and work in a village that is accessible for all. BOX 840 BENMOSHE ROAD HARRIS, NY 12742 T. (845) 707-8506 THECENTERFORDISCOVERY.ORG R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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DELAWARE VALLEY JOB CORPS The Delaware Valley Job Corps Center is one of 127 Job Corps Centers providing a no-cost education and vocational training programs administered by the U.S. Department of Labor. The program serves young people aged 16 through 24, helping them get a better job, make more money and take control of their lives. At Job Corps, students enroll to learn a trade, earn a high school diploma or TASC and get help finding a good job. Students are paid a monthly allowance which increases with the length of stay. We support our students for up to 21 months after graduation. Students also have the option for Advanced Training offered at various Job Corps, or if accepted into our Advanced College Training program, attend SUNY Sullivan and earn an Associates Degree–all at no extra cost. Life at a Job Corps Center is an exciting and an educational experience. We are a great place to complete an education, learn a marketable trade, make lifetime friends and graduate with a good job in hand. Delaware Valley Job Corps is a residential program featuring a campus-like setting with dormitories where students live. We also have a non-residential program for local community members (between the ages of 16-24) who want to take advantage of Job Corps programs. Funded by the United States Congress, Job Corps has been training young adults for meaningful careers since 1964. We offer all students a safe, drug-free environment where they can take advantage of the resources provided. The Delaware Valley Job Corps invites you to learn more about our center, how it benefits Sullivan County’s youth, our employment opportunities, and business opportunities. For questions or enrollment information please call us. PO BOX 846 CALLICOON, NY 12723-0846 T. (845) 887-5400 F. (845) 887-4762 BOSTONREGION.JOBCORPS.GOV

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ELDRED CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Eldred Central School District, with about 600 students, values dedicated and individualized attention. The graduating class of about 45 students boasts one of the highest graduation rates in the county, with about 80 percent heading directly to college. Classes are small, academic standards are high. Our strong elementary program serves as a springboard to the secondary program. Kindness is promoted and emphasis is placed on community service. To expand science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM), students explore computer coding and working with robotics. P.O. BOX 249 600 ROUTE 55 ELDRED, NY 12732 T. (845) 456-1100 F. (845) 557-3672 ELDRED.K12.NY.US

Eldred offers opportunities to earn up to 24 college credits through a partnership with SUNY Sullivan and 20 credits of online Advanced Placement courses are available. We also have a “Student Academic Support” program, promoting reading, reading comprehension, and writing skills. Hands-on education in an assortment of career areas is available through Sullivan County BOCES. With one of the strongest K-12 music programs in the region, Eldred has been named a “Best Community for Music Education” by the National Association for Music Merchants three times. Our performing and visual arts programs also excel with work achieving local and regional recognition and featured in prestigious scholastic art exhibits. Athletic “Yellowjacket” spirit soars and several teams have earned numerous league and sectional championships, moving on to competitions at the state level. In total, 27 sports teams are available. Nearly 80 percent of High School students participate in extra-curricular activities– Yearbook, Fishing Club, Interact Club, Game Club, Varsity Club, National Honor Society, Key Elements (a cappella), and Performing Arts Club. At Eldred, we believe student success is built on a strong partnership among parents, teachers, and the school community. R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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FALLSBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PO BOX 124 115 BRICKMAN ROAD FALLSBURG, NY 12733 T. (845) 434-5884 F. (845) 434-8346 FALLSBURGCSD.NET

The Fallsburg Central School District is comprised of two outstanding schools. Benjamin Cosor Elementary School (PreK-6), and the Fallsburg Jr./Sr. High School, (7-12). We are located in eastern Sullivan County with the communities within the district provide opportunities for a suburban, village, and rural life style.

Fallsburg is a small educational community serving a diverse mix of approximately 1,400 students. We are committed to improving students’ lives by providing a nurturing and well-balanced learning environment, excellence in education and a strong instructional program guided by the New York State Learning Standards. Our all Regents curriculum challenges learners to meet the higher standards by emphasis on small class size, personalized instruction and recognizing students’ strengths and weaknesses, capitalizing on learning styles, and identifying gifts and talents. Through a broad range of quality services and collaboration among administration, faculty, and staff, we foster social and academic excellence by promoting literacy and language fluency, engaging students in exploration, inquiry, investigation and complex thinking skills, using technology, connecting school to students’ lives, exposing students to social and cultural experiences that build character and well-roundedness, and respecting parents/ families as important resources. Fallsburg prepares students for the future by supporting them to be self-directed learners using expanded access to technology as a tool. A District-wide high-speed wireless and Ethernet infrastructure offers Internet access and standard. tool-based software in every learning environment, integrating computers into classrooms, libraries, and labs, while maintaining close contact between faculty and students through all school activities. We also provide students with rich extended-day programs, after-school support, enrichment courses, and extracurricular offerings. All of which, ensures that participating students enjoy the extended day programs and receive the academic support they need.

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Sullivan County Head Start is a non-profit, single purpose, grantee agency, governed by a Board of Directors. Head Start is a federal funded program providing a variety of educational activities as well as support for families and pregnant women. T. (845) 434-4164 F. (845) 434-1935 HEADSTART-SULLIVANCOUNTY.ORG

Our classes run a full day from 8 am to 4 pm. Children receive free medical and dental screenings and therapy services, if identified as a need. They also receive healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing inside and outdoors in a safe environment. The Head Start program runs from September to June and Early Head Start serves families year round. We currently service 243 pre-school children ages 3-5, 85 infant/toddlers and 21 pregnant moms. The program has 96 employees, 4 buildings-one in Monticello and 3 in Woodbourne and 9 vehicles. We bus our children to and from school and our staff are trained and certified to meet the needs of the children.

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In 2011, we became the grantee for the Sullivan County Family Court Children Center, funded through the Unified Court System of New York.

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HEBREW DAY SCHOOL OF SULLIVAN In a world where moral values are often ambiguous and morals are as diverse as the many cultures that make up our country, Hebrew Day School of Sullivan’s mission is to educate without compromise the mind, body and soul. By interacting secular and Judaic subject matter, the school creates an environment rich in tradition, yet balanced with twenty-first century skills. We have Pre-school for 3 and 4 year olds, Pre-K through 8th Grade, with co-ed Elementary classes, and 9th and 10th Grade available for girls. Our student-teacher ratio is 6-1. Current enrollment is 55. PO BOX 239 4718 STATE ROUTE 42 KIAMESHA LAKE, NY 12751-0839 T. (845) 794-7890 F. (845) 794-0859 HEBREWDAYSCHOOL.ORG

We believe that children arrive with different strengths based on their experience, physical development, and maturity. Potential abilities and aptitudes flourish in an atmosphere in which a student feels secure, confident, and free to explore and question. Helping them acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to function, as a responsible and contributing member of society is the priority that forms the structure of the curriculum. Learning how to learn, to attack new problems, to acquire new knowledge, and building competence in basic skills, understanding concepts and generalizations, and developing responsibility–these are some of our objectives. Emphasis is placed upon creativity and individuality, helping the child discover the particular way he or she sees and feels, and refining his or her way of expression. Classroom activities concentrate upon the child’s own perceptions and growing sense of self. Our philosophy guides every facet of our program, is the focus of our education efforts, is the standard by which we measure our achievements and is the beacon that illuminates our goals. Call for rates­­­—scholarship allowances are accepted. Vouchers are available for pre-school. 52

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The Homestead School is a Montessori school with 200 co-ed students in Pre-K through 8th Grade. Located on 85 acres, the school is a green campus educating and practicing recycling, reusing, and reducing consumption with almost 100% power supplied by it’s solar array.

Staffed with trained and dedicated teachers and a student-teacher ratio of 8-1, The Homestead School provides each child with academic and social experiences of suitable challenge to his or her level. The school’s handcrafted, manipulative materials offer a concrete approach to sequenced programs in math and numbers, language, science, geography, social studies, daily living skills, sensorial training, and large muscle activities. Designed for individual use, the learning materials allow each student to take on tasks, repeatedly, until mastery. As a result, students develop independence, self-discipline, and the ability to work with concentration on solving problems.

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The Homestead School derives its uniqueness from the number of enrichment opportunities that it offers. A national evaluation team from the American Montessori Society recognized the school for its “total” environment in which children experience the living lessons of a traditional working barn, complete with livestock and poultry and of a mile-long natural and historical trail. In addition to its emphasis on outdoor education, The Homestead School offers in-depth specialty subjects such as foreign language, computer training, music, drama, and physical education. Commonly viewed as “frills” in education, such specialties are embraced by the Homestead staff as the essence of a program, which helps the child to see constant applications for the regular classroom lessons, while firing the creative imagination and stimulating interests to last a lifetime. There are no half-days and there is no after-school care. Bussing is available in Sullivan County. Tuition and fees are available at our website.

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The Liberty School District, at the geographic center of Sullivan County, is the second largest in the county, covering more than 200 square miles, and serving approximately 1,600 students. The Elementary School serves grades Pre-K-4; the Middle school 5-8 and the High School 9-12. The teaching staff is comprised of 165 highly qualified professionals assisted by a wide range of support staff and administrators. 115 BUCKLEY STREET LIBERTY, NY 12754 T. (845) 292-5400 F. (845) 292-1164 LIBERTYK12.ORG

Liberty is committed to improving our students’ achievement and fulfilling the district’s mission of “inspiring all students to pursue their dreams and to contribute and thrive in a diverse community.” We developed long term goals to focus the work of professional staff, including: improving the quality of the educational program and instruction, the use of technology and data to dramatically improve outcomes and graduation rates, and maintaining fiscal discipline.

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We are infusing technology into the learning environment. All buildings have wireless access, with iPads selected as the standard student device and Google classroom adopted to manage student work, and staff receiving professional development for implementation. We are preparing to have a full 1:1 program in place K-12 for the 2017-18 school year. In 2011, we completed a $35.8-million-dollar capital construction project. This included eight new classrooms, renovation of key areas such as bathrooms, a new library/media center and new cafeteria for the elementary school; and a new library/media center, six renovated science labs, a new roof and new main entrance and offices at the high school. A second renovation phase costing $9.6 million, will replace the high school’s windows and repair the brick facade, renovate all classrooms, replace outdated sound and lighting systems in the auditorium, and renovate the art, choral and guidance suites. Work will be completed in 2017.

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Livingston Manor Central School is located primarily in western Sullivan County with portions of its 165 square miles in Delaware and Ulster Counties. The school, is considered to be one of the most beautiful, Georgian Architecture, educational structures in the State of New York. The building consists of three separate wings housing Pre-K through 12th grade. The district consists of 485 students and is staffed by 55 dedicated professionals with a full range of support staff committed to preparing students for life during the 21st century 19 SCHOOL STREET LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY 12758 T. (845) 439-4400 F. (845) 439-3458 LMCS.K12.NY.US

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We are committed to providing a well-rounded program for each student. Extra-curricular activities play a significant role in the development of the adolescent. We field over 25 interscholastic teams at three levels and a broad range of clubs and activities for students. An after school program funded by the 21st Century Learning Communities Grant provides daily academic support, nutrition, and recreation enrichment to students in grades K-12. Livingston Manor is proud of its record of placing students in fine colleges, and its academic and extra-curricular performance. Special programs have been developed to meet the needs of a culturally diversified population and the school enjoys cooperation and support from the entire community. Our mission is to be the best school possible for all students by ensuring competent graduates who have a healthy, positive self-image and the desire for lifelong learning. This is accomplished by providing a challenging, well-defined curriculum taught by a competent, caring, and professional staff who stay current with the latest educational research and practice. The Livingston Manor Central School prides itself in maintaining a safe and nurturing school environment that fosters success.

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MONTICELLO CENTRAL SCHOOL 237 FORESTBURGH ROAD MONTICELLO, NY 12701 T. (845) 794-7700 F. (845) 794-7710 MONTICELLOSCHOOLS.NET

The Monticello Central School District, the largest of Sullivan County school districts with a multicultural enrollment of 3,025 students, encompasses approximately 200 square miles, and is comprised of five schools.

We nurture and enrich the lives with the opportunities, skills, and knowledge to become contributing and responsible citizens by creating and maintaining a learning environment preparing students for a changing, diverse, and global society. All the schools are implementing a Balanced Literacy Framework—reading, writing, and word study. Our primary grades emphasize an integrated language arts curriculum supported with early intervention programs, students receive instruction in art, music, physical education, and technology and we are implementing state standard college and career readiness programs. Middle School offers accelerated math and science classes, with upper level course work and grade level teams, supporting students and making integrated instruction possible. Technology, music, art, home and careers, study skills, and a foreign language program are part of the curriculum. Our high school prepares students for college and the global economy with access to college level courses, advanced computer technology, a comprehensive foreign language program, and our nationally recognized Academy of Finance. Career and technical training is available through Sullivan County BOCES. We have a comprehensive program of sports, and co-curricular experiences. Our athletic teams are very competitive–frequently divisional and sectional champions. The district has been named a “Best Community for Music Education” for seven consecutive years, offering a wide range of genres and performing opportunities. Our graduates have attended Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Stanford, RPI, NYU, Boston College, along with two-year and four-year SUNY colleges. Our alumni include two former Chief Justices of the New York State Court of Appeals and a current member of the New York State Board of Regents.

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The Roscoe Central School District provides “public school education” with a “private school vision.” We are a small, rural, Pre-K thtough 12th grade, central school located in the western part of the County. Our community has been recognized as one of the top 50 outdoor communities in the nation, and has been ranked number one in the State of New York. We are proud of our outdoor heritage, and as a result, our student body is extremely active in all co-curricular and athletic activities. 6 ACADEMY STREET ROSCOE, NY 12776 T. (607) 498-4126 F. (607) 498-5609 ROSCOE.K12.NY.US

Roscoe Central School District is a special place for students. Our unique size offers many opportunities for students to learn in an environment addressing individual learning styles and challenges, helping students to achieve to their highest potential. Students take advantage of their community by learning about lifelong activities such as fly fishing and golf. They can participate in interscholastic sports, such as football, soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, and golf. Our students also have the opportunity to participate in band, chorus, plays and other co-curricular club programs.

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Our staff provides students with strong academic and co-curricular programs in a caring and nurturing environment. Small class sizes provide students with individual attention. Academic Intervention Services are provided to students on an as needed basis. We provide a modern technology program, keeping current with up-to-date computers and other technology to prepare students for a technologically advanced society. Citizenship is important in our community and our educational program emphasizes participation in the activities and traditions of our community and its role in the greater community of state and nation. Roscoe’s mission is to assure that each individual becomes a well rounded, educated person with a positive self-image and a desire to be a lifelong learner.

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SULLIVAN BOCES Sullivan County BOCES delivers a wide-range of instructional and management services to it’s eight school districts and several other schools. Our 300 staff members collaborate with our customers to create solutions to educational challenges, increase operational efficiencies, and reduce costs. We improve student success by providing quality educational experiences, helping students achieve their goals, learn skills, increase knowledge and develop a work ethic for the 21st century. 6 WIERK AVE LIBERTY, NY 12754 T. (845) 295-4000 F. (845) 292-8694 SCBOCES.ORG

Our Career and Technical Education program offers juniors and seniors hands-on training in a variety of fields, guided by expert Advisory Boards, ensuring that students are ready for employment or for college study. Our Career & Tech programs have articulation agreements with colleges or trade schools, and can earn credit toward an associate or bachelor degree while still in high school at a significant savings. Children and young adults are the main focus of the Special Education and Alternative Education Programs, which create and implement strategies to develop each individual’s potential utilizing state-of-the-art technology to enrich instruction. Adults interested a career change, learning new skills or hobbies, preparing for the HSE/ TASC diploma, or learning English as a second language find offerings at the BOCES Adult & Continuing Education. The program offers day and evening courses, on-line courses, and works with area businesses to provide specialized training to meet the needs of the individual business. The Instructional Support Services Division is an important resource helping educators adapt to the new state–mandated learning standards, and providing professional development. We work with the districts to integrate technology into their classrooms. We also offer cooperative school support services designed to increase efficiencies, save time and money and eliminate duplication of staff, facilities, and equipment. Our goal is simple, do everything we can to collaborate to increase student success, optimize efficiencies and enhance cost savings. 60

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SULLIVAN WEST CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT P.O. BOX 308 33 SCHOOLHOUSE ROAD JEFFERSONVILLE, NY 12748 T. (845) 482-4610 F. (845) 482-3022 SWCSD.ORG

Sullivan West Central School District enrolls 1200 students with a student-teacher ratio of 15-1 in grades K-3, in a district spread over 250 square miles of Western Sullivan County.

Sullivan West students excel in academics, inter-scholastic athletics, drama, art and music. They’re model student citizens, participating actively in school and civic affairs and volunteering within the community. Of the 99 students in the Class of 2015, 42% earned college credits during their junior and senior years and 85% went on to post-secondary education at institutions such as Siena, New York University, Harvard, Boston College, Hofstra, Lehigh, Villanova, Elmira, American University, and two year and four year SUNY colleges and universities. Our athletic teams are very competitive–often divisional and sometimes sectional champions. Over 40 clubs and activities are available for students in elementary, middle and senior high. We offer eight Advanced Placement courses, five Dual Credit courses with SUNY Sullivan, and both the Syracuse University Chemistry and the Rochester Institute of Technology pre-engineering programs. Many students prepare for careers or for technical post-secondary education by studying Career and Technical Education at the Sullivan County BOCES. Our faculty and staff work with students in small and personal classes. Students who need extra help or special programs are served by guidance counselors in grades 7-12, social workers, psychologists and special education teachers in each school. We enroll approximately 10% of our K-12 students in summer school, providing them opportunities to strengthen reading skills that may have been “lost” during the regular school year. The Sullivan West Central School District provides an excellent education for its students within a small-town, rural community setting. Our schools are great places for students, faculty and staff. Maybe this explains why Sullivan West graduates are so successful. R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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SUNY SULLIVAN 112 COLLEGE ROAD LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY 12759 T. (800) 577-5243 F. (845) 434-5750 SUNYSULLIVAN.EDU

SUNY Sullivan is a two-year community college of the State University of New York. We’re committed to preparing you for the future whether you’re getting your first job, transferring to a four-year institution or enhancing your personal and professional skills.

At our 405-acre Loch Sheldrake campus, you can choose from approximately 40 associate degree and certificate programs and variety of continuing education and specialty courses. You might study green building maintenance and management or environmental studies or learn about business, liberal arts & sciences, computer information systems, physical education studies, criminal justice, psychology, computer graphics/graphic design and more. You can also prepare for careers in culinary and pastry arts, hospitality and tourism management, or for work as a medical assistant, nurse or respiratory therapist. SUNY Sullivan also has an honors program that stresses academic excellence, personal achievement and community service. SUNY Sullivan also offers a wide variety of community learning (non-credit) offerings focused on physical activity, business and planning, creative expression, offered both at the main campus and the Narrowsburg Union. We offer a variety of community, sports and cultural events throughout the year. Campus and community members enjoy theatre and opera performances in the state-of-the-art Seelig Theatre. The Hermann Memorial Library—also open to the public—has an extensive collection of print, electronic and database sources. You can even cheer on one of our many sports teams, such as the four-time NJCAA Division III Generals men’s basketball team. The SUNY Sullivan campus serves as a living sustainability lab with a community garden, the Hope Farm, a student-run composting system and a 7,000-panel solar array.

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ROUTE 55 GRAHAMSVILLE, NY 12740 T. (845) 985-2296 F. (845) 985-0310 TRIVALLEYCSD.ORG

The Tri-Valley Central School District has a long tradition of outstanding academic results fostered by a talented faculty, an extremely supportive community, and a board of education that encourages educational innovation and excellence.

Tri-Valley students consistently rank at or near the top of the region in the percent of graduates earning Regents Diplomas. Instructors offer seniors a wide variety of college credit bearing courses.

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Our Secondary School students demonstrate their learning through classroom and performance based experiences. Students participate in numerous, well run athletic and co-curricular activities, including a wide range of local, state and national competitions and service learning opportunities. Tri-Valley teachers are provided with sustained professional development opportunities and the district maintains an extensive professional library. The goal of this professional work is to successfully prepare the District’s students for their chosen paths beyond high school. Our programs are well supported by the board of education and the community with an excellent history of taxpayer approval of District budgets. Tri-Valley Central School District remains committed to promoting a child-centered, outcomes-based educational program.

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FELLENZER ENGINEERING LLP BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS (845) 343-1481 (845) 295-2522 GLENN L. SMITH CONSULTING ENGINEER, P.C. SACRED ROSE VISIONS (845) 796-2216 (845) 985-3038 THE SPENCER DANIELS JHA COMPANIES AGENCY INC (570) 224-6895 ENVIRONMENTAL (845) 693-4576 KEYSTONE ASSOCIATES CONSULTING ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS, LLC AND SURVEYORS, LLC (845) 495-0123 (607) 722-1100 EQUIPMENT RENTALS, MERCURIO - NORTON SALES & SERVICE TAROLLI - MARSHALL ENGINEERING - LAND SURVEYING, P.C. SCHMIDT’S RENTALS (845) 744-3620 146 Jefferson Street Monticello, NY 12701 SHUTE ENGINEERING, PLLC info@schmidtsrentals.com (845) 294-1146 www.schmidtsrentals.com T. (845) 794-7368 F. (845) 794-7369

UNITED RENTALS (NORTH AMERICA), INC. (845) 562-4560

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FARM, HOME & GARDEN

KR OCCASIONS (845) 701-5031

DELAWARE VALLEY FARM & GARDEN (845) 887-5100 PARTY MASTER (845) 434-6210 MONTICELLO FARM HOME & GARDEN, INC (845) 794-6457 EXCAVATING/FOUNDATIONS

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS SALES & SVC.

D & R EXCAVATING & LANDSCAPING (845) 292-7707

SULLIVAN FIRE PROTECTION CORP. SHEELEY OIL & EXCAVATING INC (845) 434-4030 (845) 985-2231 FITNESS CENTER HAMLIN CONSTRUCTION CO. INC FITNESS FACTORY HEALTH CLUB (845) 292-3006 (845) 794-7344 UPSTATE CYCLE STUDIO FARM STAND (845) 292 – BIKE BEARFOOT GARDENER (845) 985-0132

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RASMUSSEN FURNITURE - UPPER DELAWARE FINE FURNISHINGS (845) 252-3902 MONTICELLO GREENHOUSES, INC (845) 794-4220 GAS COMPANY—PROPANE COMBINED ENERGY EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS SERVICES / CES (845) 342-1100 (845) 794-1210 FOOD PROCESSING GAS TRANSMISSION FORMAGGIO CHEESE (845) 436-4200 MILLENNIUM PIPELINE CO. LLC (845) 620-1300 FUEL OIL GENERAL CONTRACTOR MIRABITO ENERGY PRODUCTS (607) 498-5295 BILLMAN ROSS & ASSOCIATES, INC. (845) 361-3649 VEO ENERGY SYSTEMS A DIV. OF VAN ETTEN OIL & PROPANE COLLIER CONSTRUCTION LLC 79 St. John Street (845) 346-0010 Monticello, NY 12701 info@vanettenoil.com D & D GENERAL CONTRACTING www.vanettenoil.com & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, INC T. (845) 794-5511 (845) 985-7294 F. (845) 794-5125 ED GRUND CONSTRUCTION (845) 252-7363

FLORISTS/NURSERY

FUNERAL HOMES

JOSEPH N. GARLICK FOUR SEASON CONSTRUCTION FUNERAL HOME, INC. & LANDSCAPING (845) 794-7474 (845) 798-6107 VANINWEGEN KENNY INC GELSOMINO (845) 794-4141 CONSTRUCTION, INC (845) 791-5800 FURNITURE/HOME L.TOTH BUILDERS FURNISHINGS (845) 888-5920 BROADWAY HOME LPCIMINELLI INC. (845) 794-1440 (716) 855-1200 CANAL TOWNE EMPORIUM MOUNTAIN (845) 888-2100 CONSTRUCTION INC. (845) 292-3374 CHARLIE BARBUTI FURNITURE MALL INC. PAT MURTAGH (845) 292-4826 CONSTRUCTION LLC (845) 798-7625 MAJEK FURNITURE (845) 796-4800 R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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GLASS/GLAZING

CATSKILL REGIONAL MEDICAL GROUP SULLIVAN COUNTY www.crmcny.org/services/catskill-regional-medical-group GLASSWORKS, INC. CALLICOON (845) 794-6111 (845) 887-5693 8881 State Route 97 GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB HARRIS TENNANAH LAKE GOLF (845) 791-7828 & TENNIS CLUB 68 Harris - Bushville Road (607) 498-5000 Service Building 1st Floor Harris, NY 12742 GROCERIES—RETAIL/ WHOLESALE LIVINGSTON MANOR SCANCARELLO AND SONS/ (845) 439-3579 BOAR’S HEAD 36 Pearl Street (845) 692-0010 Livingston Manor, NY 12758 GROCERY STORES CRYSTAL RUN HEALTHCARE LLP 61 Emerald Drive SHOPRITE OF LIBERTY Rock Hill, NY 12775 (845) 292-3336 www.crystalrunhealthcare.com T. (845) 794-6999 HEALTH & WELLNESS F. (845) 796-5804 PRODUCTS

MAJESTIC DRUG COMPANY, INC. FAMILY FOOT CARE GROUP, LLP (845) 436-0011 (845) 794-7741 HOSPITALS/HEALTH CARE HEALTHLINKNY EASTERN (845) 896-4726 CATSKILL ADULT & PEDIATRIC WESTERN (607) 651-9150 MEDICINE, PLLC —MIDDLETOWN MEDICAL HOSPICE OF ORANGE (845) 791-6400 AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES, INC 64 Jefferson Street, Suite 2 (845) 561-6111 Monticello, NY 12701 CATSKILL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER—GROVER M. HERMANN HOSPITAL www.crmcny.org 68 Harris-Bushville Road Ferndale, NY 12742 T. (845) 794-3300 F. (845) 794-3240 8881 State Route 97 Callicoon, NY 12723 T. (845) 887-5530 F. (845) 887-5380

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MIDDLETOWN MEDICAL LIBERTY MEDICAL GROUP (845) 292-6630 111 Sullivan Avenue Ferndale, NY 12734

SULLIVAN INTERNAL MEDICINE GROUP (845) 794-1600 518 Broadway Monticello, NY 12701 WURTSBORO MEDICAL ASSOCIATES (845) 888-2200 2930 State Route 209 Wurtsboro, NY 12790


PLANNED PARENTHOOD MID-HUDSON VALLEY (845) 838-1200 WESTCHESTER MEDICAL CENTER (877) 962-3627 HEALTH CLUB

HOME INSPECTIONS CHB INSPECTIONS Grahamsville, NY chb@hvc.rr.com T. (845) 798-2100 F. (845) 985-3047 NYS Certified Home Inspector #16000067140 EMPIRE INSPECTIONS & APPRAISALS (845) 774-8207

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MIDDLETOWN MEDICAL YVONNE NEWLAND-PAGAN, M.D. P.C. (845) 292-2283 653 Harris Road Ferndale, NY 12734

HOT TUBS

FITNESS FACTORY HEALTH CLUB BACKYARD OASIS (845) 794-7344 (845) 292-7707 VERIA WELLNESS CENTER/ZLIVING HOTEL GROUP SALES/ (917) 755-3364 PROMOTIONS BERNARD ROTH HOME BUILDERS ENTERPRISES, LTD (845) 434-0681 ARROW BROOK CONSTRUCTION/ CUSTOM LOG HOMES (607) 498-5693

Individual Taxation Estates & Trusts Financial Statements Corporate, Partnership & LLC Taxation Not-for-Profit Accounting Government & Fire District Auditing 892 State Route 17B 10 Silver Lake Scotchtown Rd Mongaup Valley, NY 12762 Middletown, NY 10940 845.796.1800 845.343.2215

133 Route 304 Bardonia, NY 10954 845.623.0300

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HOTELS/RESORTS

INSULATION

CATSKILL MOUNTAINS RESORT ALL COUNTY INSULATION & COATINGS INC. (845) 456-0195 (845) 434-2719 CREEKSIDE VENTURES INC. INSURANCE AGENTS/ (607) 498-5873 INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES HAMPTON INN MATAMORAS AFLAC - THOREN WASHINGTON, (570) 491-5280 INDEPENDENT AGENT (888) 258-9245 RAMADA AT THE SULLIVAN EVENT CENTER ASSOCIATED MUTUAL (845) 796-3100 INSURANCE COOPERATIVE (845) 434-4550 VILLA ROMA RESORT (845) 887-4880 ED ABDALLAH STATE FARM (845) 292-5882 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FIDELIS CARE NY HEMLOCK RIDGE APARTMENTS (800) (845) 439-5420 550-8031 HARRIS, MONTI HUMAN SERVICES & MCLAUGHLIN INSURANCE (845) 794-7050 ACCESS SUPPORTS FOR LIVING (845) 692-4454 IRWIN SIEGEL AGENCY, INC. (845) 796-3400 CRYSTAL RUN VILLAGE, INC—CRVI THE KEATS AGENCY (845) 695-2547 —NATIONWIDE INSURANCE 427 Broadway, Suite 4 FRIENDS AND ADVOCATES FOR MENTAL HEALTH Monticello, NY 12701 (845) 794-1029 www.keatsagency.com T. (845) 794-1579 INDEPENDENT LIVING, INC. F. (845) 794-2016 (845) 794-3322 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE TFAC-TOBACCO FREE ACTION (845) 496-8990 COMMUNITIES IN ULSTER, DUTCHESS & SULLIVAN MARSHALL & STERLING (845) 943-6070 INSURANCE—MONTICELLO BRANCH INDEPENDENT ARTISTS, (845) 794-5544

WRITERS, AND PERFORMERS

BWINFIELD COPYWRITING SERVICES (914) 382-3857

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THE MAXON COMPANY (914) 591-7111 MIKE PREIS INSURANCE (845) 887-4210


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MID-HUDSON COOPERATIVE INSURANCE (800) 721-5001

JANITORIAL & CLEANING SUPPLIES

IMPERIAL BAG & PAPER CO., LLC THE MISNER AGENCY, INC. (201) 437-7440 (845) 434-7755 BILL’S CLEANING & MAINTENANCE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. (845) 887-4222 COMPANY (845) 220-4419 x 501 HARRY O’S CLEANING SERVICES (845) 796-2734 NEW YORK LONG TERM CARE BROKERS, LTD. JEWELRY (800) 695-8224 x146 BIG BEN JEWELERS ROBERT WELLS, (845) 796-3723 STATE FARM AGENT (845) 794-7000 JOB SERVICES ROSEN FINANCIAL GROUP MANPOWER, INC. (646) 245-4620 (845) 343-0283 WAYNE BANK - MILFORD LAWYER (570) 296-5377 BILLIG LOUGHLIN & SILVER, LLP INTERIOR DESIGN/ DECORATORS (845) 794-3833 ADM INTERIORS CLIFFORD GORDON, (845) 794-7900 ATTORNEY AT LAW (845) 794-4043 INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING DREW, DAVIDOFF & EDWARDS PDA INTERNATIONAL LAW OFFICES, LLP LOGISTICS, INC. (845) 794-5000 (845) 856-7000 MARTIN S. MILLER, INVESTIGATION/PRIVATE ATTORNEY AT LAW SECURITY (845) 794-4440 ATLAS SECURITY SERVICES INC. (800) 646-0439 RICCIANI & JOSE, LLP (845) 791-7800 INVESTMENT BROKER/ CONSULTANT STEVEN N MOGEL, BARRIGER & COMPANY, INC. ATTORNEY AT LAW (845) 791-6600 (845) 791-4303 SKODA ENTERPRISE INC THE LAW OFFICE (845) 434-4373 OF M.L. ZAGER, P.C. (845) 794-3660

IRON/METAL FOUNDRIES

LIBERTY IRON WORKS (845) 292-4611

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MANUFACTURER— ASPHALT CONCRETE

ETHELBERT B. CRAWFORD CALLANAN INDUSTRIES, INC. PUBLIC LIBRARY (845) 794-7744 (845) 794-4660 MONTICELLO BLACK TOP CORP. FALLSBURG LIBRARY INC. (845) 434-7280 (845) 436-6067 MANUFACTURING LIBERTY PUBLIC LIBRARY (845) 292-6070 GETEC, INC (845) 292-0800 RAMAPO CATSKILL LIBRARY SYSTEM IDEAL SNACKS CORPORATION (845) 243-3747 (845) 292-7000 TREE BY KERRI LEE LLC LIQUOR LICENSE SERVICE

(845) 887-6165 DELAWARE LIQUOR LICENSE SERVICES MARKETING (845) 798-5857 HALO BRANDED SOLUTIONS KAZ’S WINES & LIQUORS, INC (914) (845) 791-1085 443-3460 HIBU WHITE LAKE FINE (845) 542-7140 WINE & SPIRITS SHOPPE (845) 583-4570 MEDICAL SERVICES LOCKSMITH SYNERGY OF MONTICELLO, INC. (845) 791-8800 CENTRAL VALLEY LOCKSMITH (845) 928-7224 MEMBERSHIP LUMBER YARD AND SUPPLY

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GIRL SCOUTS HEART OF THE HUDSON FALLSBURG LUMBER COMPANY, (845) 236-6002 INC. (845) 434-6161 LABORERS LOCAL #17 SUPERIOR BUILDING SUPPLY (845) 565-2737 7 Mutton Hill Road Neversink, NY 12765 MONTICELLO MOTOR CLUB, LLC www.superiorbuildingsupply.net (845) 796-7223 T. (845) 985-7693 F. (845) 985-7697 SULLIVAN COUNTY PARTNERSHIP FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WYDE LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 198 Bridgeville Road (845) 794-5770 Monticello, NY 12701 info@scpartnership.com www.scpartnership.com T. (845) 794-1110 F. (845) 794-2324

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HOMES— MOBILE

MOVIE THEATER

CALLICOON THEATER (845) 887-4460 MUSIC STORES

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SULLIVAN COUNTY VISITORS ASSOCIATION 100 Sullivan Avenue, Suite 2 Ferndale, NY 12734 www.sullivancatskills.com (845) 747-4449

STEVE’S MUSIC CENTER (845) 796-3616 GIANT MOBILE HOME SERVICE (845) 794-5997 NEWSPAPER KINNEBROOK ESTATES/UMH STATEWIDE NEWS NETWORK INC PROPERTIES, INC. (845) 695-2923 351 State Route 17B Monticello, NY 12701 SULLIVAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT kinnebrook@gmail.com (845) 887-5200 www.umh.com T. (845) 794-6066 THE RIVER REPORTER F. (845) 7945935 (845) 252-7474 Sales and Leasing Available TIMES HERALD RECORD (845) 346-3178 MOBILE SPRAY TANNING FUN WITH NO SUN NON-PROFIT AGENCIES SPRAY TANNING (845) 701-2514 A DOSE OF KINDNESS INC. (845) 741-7475 MODULAR HOMES ACE MENTOR PROGRAM CATSKILL - VALLEY HOMES, LLC OF HUDSON VALLEY, NY INC (845) 295-0803 845-346-0010 HUDSON VALLEY HOME SOURCE ALLYSON WHITNEY FOUNDATION LLC (845) 294-5663 info@allysonwhitney.org MAKOVIC HOMES, LLC ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION (845) 796-1715 —HUDSON VALLEY, NY CHAPTER (845) 695-2247 MOTELS AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY DAYS INN OF LIBERTY —HUDSON VALLEY REGION (845) 292-7600 —NEW WINDSOR (845) 440-2549 DAYS INN OF WURTSBORO (845) 888-2727 AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION (845) 867-5370 FOSTERDALE MOTOR LODGE (845) 932-8538 BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS, INC. (845) 342-8833 SUPER 8 MOTEL (845) 791-1690

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BSA—HUDSON VALLEY COUNCIL THE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (845) 566-7300 CENTER—SULLIVAN OFFICE (845) 794-3377 CATHOLIC CHARITIES (845) 791-6023 UNITED WAY OF SULLIVAN COUNTY CATSKILL MOUNTAINKEEPER (845) 794-1771 (845) 482-5400 YMCA OF SULLIVAN COUNTY DELAWARE HIGHLANDS (845) 344-9622 CONSERVANCY (845) 583-1010 NURSING AND REHAB FACILITY INDEPENDENT SUPPORT ACHIEVE REHAB SERVICES, INC—ISS & NURSING FACILITY (845) 794-5218 845-292-4200 KADAMPA MEDITATION CENTER OFFICE SUPPLY/EQUIP./ NEW YORK FURNITURE (845) 856-9000 KRISTT KELLY OFFICE SYSTEMS (845) 794-6639 LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF SULLIVAN COUNTY— TOSHIBA AMERICA READ IT AGAIN BOOKSTORE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 63 North Street (845) 562-2468 Monticello, NY 12701 lvascny@gmail.com PAINTING AND WALL www.literacysullivan.org COVERING CONTRACTORS T. (845) 794-0017 ARIEL PAINTING & PROPERTY F. (845) 794-0904 MAINTENANCE LLC (845) 533-3312 NEW HOPE COMMUNITY, INC 5 New Hope Community Drive PAVING Loch Sheldrake, NY 12759 info@newhopecommunity.org POLEY PAVING & CONSTRUCTION, INC. www.newhopecommunity.org (845) 292-4705 (845) 434-8300 SUPERIOR SURFACING SULLIVAN ARC SYSTEMS, LTD (845) 796-1350 (845) 733-5507 SULLIVAN COUNTY FEDERATION FOR THE HOMELESS PAYROLL SERVICES (845) 794-2604 PAYCHEX, INC. (845) 896-6100 SULLIVAN RENAISSANCE C/O GERRY FOUNDATION (845) 295-2445 THE CENTER FOR DISCOVERY (845) 794-1400

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A. ALPORT & SON PLUMBING LIBERTY ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPLIES MANAGEMENT 5337 State Route 42 (800) 559-3559 Fallsburg, NY 12779 PESTECH—PEST SOLUTIONS www.alport.com (800) 287-BUGS T. (845) 434-7500 F. (845) 434-8668 PET SERVICES/SUPPLIES SCHMIDT’S WHOLESALE SUDSY PAWS PET SERVICES INC. 150 Jefferson Street (845) 888-8080 Monticello, NY 12701 info@schmidtswholesale.com MONTICELLO FARM HOME www.schmidtswholesale.com & GARDEN, INC T. (845) 794-5900 (845) 794-6457 F. (845) 794-6142 PHARMACY PLUMBING/HEATING/

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PEST CONTROL/ EXTERMINATORS

AIR CONDITIONING

ROSCOE MEDICINE SHOPPE BLACK BEAR FUEL OIL, PLUMBING, (607) 498-4111 HEATING & A/C 884 Old Route 17 THE FAMILY DRUG STORE Harris, NY 12741 (845) 794-2345 blackbear@hvc.rr.com www.blackbearfuel.com PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEO (845) 791-8900 SERVICES ISHOT STUDIOS LANG INDUSTRIES (845) 295-4588 ROTO-ROOTER (845) 252-3000 MICHAEL BLOOM PHOTOGRAPHY (845) 798-5507 LEE H. MALL PLUMBING & HEATING INC. ND PRO MEDIA INC. (845) 482-5424 (845) 707-4061 SMALLS PLUMBING, HEATING JESSICA GRUND PHOTOGRAPHY AND AC (845) 665-6811 876 Old Route 17 Harris, NY 12742 RICH KLEIN NEW YORK info@smallshvac.com PHOTOGRAPHY www.smallshvac.com (917) 470-3073 T. (845) 794-7780 F. (845) 794-7781 PHYSICAL THERAPY Installation and repair of cooling, heating and plumbing systems. Serving Sullivan ACCESS PHYSICAL County Since 1953. THERAPY & WELLNESS (845) 295-0101 PREMIER CARE PHYSICAL THERAPY, PLLC (845) 707-4371 R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y

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PRINTER STEINGART ASSOCIATES, INC. 5211 Main Street South Fallsburg, NY 12779 info@steingartprinting.com www.steingartprinting.com T. (845) 434-4321 F. (845) 436-8609

PUBLIC CHARITY

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF ORANGE AND SULLIVAN (845) 769-9393 PUBLIC RELATIONS/

MARKETING

FOCUS MEDIA (845) 294-3342 RADIO COMMUNICATION

PRIVATE HOME CLEANING

SYSTEMS/STATIONS SPIC-N-SPAN MARYANN BOLD GOLD MEDIA GROUP (845) 482-5301 HOME OF THUNDER 102, WVOS & WSUL PRIVATE INVESTMENT (845) 794-9898 COMPANY

GRANITE ASSOCIATES, L.P. GOOSETOWN (845) 295-2400 COMMUNICATIONS (845) 268-7500 PRIVATE MONTESSORI SCHOOL WJFF-RADIO CATSKILL THE HOMESTEAD SCHOOL INC. (845) 482-4141 (845) 856-6359 REAL ESTATE AGENTS PROPANE VEO ENERGY SYSTEMS— A DIV. OF VAN ETTEN OIL & PROPANE (845) 794-5511

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS RAND REALTY (845) 744-2095

CATSKILL BROKERS, INC. 489 State Route 52 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Woodbourne, NY 12788 catskillbrokers@hvc.rr.com BRIDGEVILLE OFFICE www.catskillbrokers.com CENTRE LLC T. (845) 434-7860 (845) 798-2126 F. (845) 434-7941 CATSKILL CONCIERGE INC. CATSKILL CASTLES (845) 288-2650 (845) 794-1162 D & D GENERAL CONTRACTING CENTURY 21 COUNTRY REALTY & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, INC 540 Broadway, Suite 1 (845) 985-7294 Monticello, NY 12701 info@century21countryrealty.com THOMPSON EDUCATION CENTER www.century21countryrealty.com (212) 845-9519 T. (845) 791-5280 F. (845) 791-5283 WASHINGTON SERVICE COMPANIES PMC EAGLE VALLEY REALTY (888) 258-9245 (845) 252-3085 86

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KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS HUDSON VALLEY UNITED (845) 866-6770 GROSSINGER DEVELOPMENT CORP. MALEK PROPERTIES (718) 625-1200 (845) 583-6333 RIATO HOMES, LLC MATTHEW J. FREDA REAL ESTATE, (516) 457-7979 INC. (845) 887-5640 RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES PENNYWISE PROPERTIES (845) 796-1985 CUNNINGHAM FAMILY FARMS INC. (845) 583-4083 PREFERRED HOMES & PROPERTIES (845) 482-4300 KITTATINNY CANOES & ZIP LINE RIEBER REALTY, INC. (800) 356-2852 (845) 794-0211 LANDER’S RIVER TRIPS SULLIVAN COUNTY BOARD (845) 252-3925 OF REALTORS 548 Broadway MONTICELLO CASINO Monticello, NY 12701 & RACEWAY www.sullivanbor.com (845) 794-4100 T. (845) 794-2735 F. (845) 794-2953 UPPER ROOM FARMS LLC (845) 583-4342 TOWN & COUNTRY PREFERRED PROPERTIES, LLC (845) 583-7700

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BLUE HORIZON DINER (845) 796-2210 CINDER TRACK BICYCLES BUBBA’S BBQ (845) 434-4433 (845) 583-4333 PAUL CONGELOSI TRAILER CIAO BELLA RESTAURANT SALES, INC. (845) 796-4110 (845) 361-2246 Northern Italian Cuisine REFUSE SYSTEMS/RECYCLING/ CRUST ITALIAN EATERY WASTE TREATMENT (845) 796-4444 & DISPOSAL THOMPSON SANITATION CORP                                                  DUTCH’S TAVERN 27 Katrina Falls Road (845) 794-8950 Rock Hill, NY 12775 tschaulers@aol.com FRISSON SPORTS PUB & BBQ www.thompsonsanitation.net (845) 791-1103 T. (845) 796-1032 F. (845) 796-1033 MATTHEW’S ON MAIN STREET LLC (845) 887-5636 SULLIVAN COUNTY REFUSE (845) 436-6772 MISS MONTICELLO DINER (845) 791-8934 RENTAL PROPERTY PICKLED OWL— GASTROPUB BARREL CREEK COTTAGE DESIGNS (845) 693-5322 & RENTALS LLC (973) 214-9497 RIVER EDGE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE YOUNGSVILLE SQUARE (845) 794-1800 PROPERTIES 4054 State Route 52 ROSCOE DINER Youngsville, NY 12791 (607) 498-4405 rcinque@optonline.net T. (203) 938-5688 THE ARNOLD HOUSE F. (203) 938-9959 (845) 439-5070 THE EAGLE’S NEST RESTAURANT RESIDENCE (845) 733-4561 SULLIVAN REGENCY THE HERON (914) 490-3433 (845) 252-3333 RESTAURANT THE NORTH BRANCH INN LLC ALBELLA FAMILY RESTAURANT (845) 482-2339 (845) 794-8866 MR. WILLY’S RESTAURANT BERNIE’S HOLIDAY RESTAURANT & CATERING (845) 796-3333 (845) 794-0888 BLUE HILL LODGE & CAFE WELSH CABIN INC. (845) 985-0247 (845) 482-3802

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

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RESTORATION

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SMALL ENGINE REPAIR/ SERVICE

DURACLEAN FABRIC SPECIALIST JOHN H. ESCHENBERG, INC. (845) 932-8475 (845) 887-5350 RETAIL SPECIALTY CONTRACTOR HURLEYVILLE MARKET ON MAIN (845) 707-8434

CLEAR ALL JUNCTION (917) 554-1966 JEFF JUNCTION SPECIALTY FOODS (845) 482-2280 CATSKILL MOUNTAIN SAM’S CLUB #6423 SUGAR HOUSE, LLC (845) 692-5108 (845) 796-1010 SAND AND GRAVEL SPECIALTY RETAIL

E TETZ & SONS INC. ROSEHAVEN ALPACAS INC. (845) 794-8065 (845) 887-6801 WOODBOURNE LAWN SPORTING & GARDEN, INC GOODS (845) 434-6628 MORGAN OUTDOORS, INC. (845) 439-5507 SATELLITE TV INSTALLATION TELEPHONE SERVICES CRONK’S ELECTRONICS, INC (845) 292-5437 BEDIK COMMUNICATIONS, INC (845) 794-8084 SECURITY ATLAS SECURITY SERVICES INC. TELEVISION—CABLE (800) 646-0438 SPECTRUM BUSINESS (917) 295-9166 KNIGHT VISION SECURITY, INC. (888) 258-9245 THEATER COMPANIES/ ENTERTAINERS SIGNS—INDOOR/OUTDOOR/ BILLBOARDS SULLIVAN COUNTY DRAMATIC WORKSHOP, INC BRIGHT ADVERTISING, INC 5243 (845) 665-9230 Main Street South Fallsburg, NY 12779 scdwemail@aol.com OUTDOOR MEDIA CORP D/B/A KELLER SIGNS www.scdw.net (845) 583-7400 (845) 436-5336 THEATRICAL ARTS SMALL BUSINESS LENDER AT FORESTBURGH, INC. (845) 794-2005 COMMUNITY CAPITAL NEW YORK (914) 747-8020 R E L O C AT I O N & R E S O U R C E D I R E C T O R Y 89


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STEPPING OUT TOURS, LLC & CALLICOON NY VAN/ TAXI SERVICE PROJAN FLOORING (845) 887-3088 DESIGN CENTER                                             (570) 224-6343 TROUT FISHING GUIDE SERVICE TITLE INSURANCE TROUT TOWN ADVENTURES AND GUIDE SERVICES NEW SOUTHERN TIER (845) 665-9521 TITLE AGENCY LLC (845) 791-7777 TRUCKING TOUR OPERATOR ROSEMONT TRANSPORT, INC.

TILE & FLOORING

(845) 888-4103 RW KIRIAKOU TRUCKING (845) 434-1126 UTILITIES

STARDUST DANCE PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 44 Lakeview Terrace Monticello, NY 12701 info@stardustdance.com www.stardustdance.com T. (845) 794-4982 F. (845) 794-4707

EMERALD GREEN LAKE LOUISE MARIE WATER CO. (845) 796-4211 TOWING SERVICE JD WATER COMPANY, INC. PRESTIGE TOWING (845) 583-4211 & RECOVERY, INC (845) 794-8522 M & R ENERGY RESOURCES CORPORATION TRANSPORTATION/TAXIS/ (845) 534-5462 BUSES/CHARTER/RENTAL NYSEG COACH USA, INC./SHORTLINE (518) 664-4534 (800) 631-8405 ORANGE & ROCKLAND ROLLING V UTILITIES, INC. TRANSPORTATION SERVICES (845) 577-2498 (845) 434-0511 VETERINARIAN WE CARE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES CATSKILL VETERINARY (845) 794-4700 SERVICES, PLLC (845) 807-8380 YELLOW CAB 300 East Broadway QUALITY PET CARE, LLC Monticello, NY 12701 (845) 794-0780 T. (845) 794-7777 F. (845) 791-4318 YOUNGSVILLE VETERINARY CLINIC TRANSPORTATION/ (845) 482-3330

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WAREHOUSING AND STORAGE

KOHL’S MAMAKATING DC 865 (845) 888-8100 WATER TREATMENT SERVICES

WHOLESALE BAKERY

MONTICELLO BAGEL BAKERY (845) 794-7746 WHOLESALE FLY FISHING

TACKLE

ROYAL WULFF PRODUCTS VALLEY WATER SERVICES (845) 439-4060 (845) 887-4770 WOOD SPECIALTY WELL DRILLING WM FULTON & SON WELL DRILLING INC. (845) 482-3335

GREY’S WOODWORKS, INC. (845) 985-7006

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CENTER FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT The workforce system in Sullivan County helps job seekers find employment and businesses find workers. We are a partnership of workforce development, education and community service providers who work together to make sure our County has prepared workers for thriving businesses. Whether you are looking to enter or reenter the workforce or move up or on to another job we have services and support that will position you for success. If you are a business looking for workers let us assist you in finding and training the right people that will help your business prosper and grow. Please contact us at 845.807.0385

BUSINESS WORKFORCE SUPPORT MID-HUDSON SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER www.nyssbdc.org/centers/centers.aspx?centid=94 sbdc@sunyulster.edu (845) 339-0025 SULLIVAN COUNTY SCORE CHAPTER 0697 www.sullivancounty.score.org finerty@aol.com (845) 343-1515 SULLIVAN COUNTY PARTNERSHIP FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT www.scpartnership.com info@scpartnership.com (845) 794-1110

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INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR SULLIVAN COUNTY scida@hvc.rr.com (845) 295-2603 SULLIVAN COUNTY DIVISION OF PLANNING & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (845) 807-0536 SULLIVAN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.catskills.com chamber@catskills.com (845) 791-4200 SULLIVAN COUNTY VISITORS ASSOC. www.sullivancatskills.com (800) 882-CATS


LOCAL CHAMBERS BETHEL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION www.bethelbusiness.com 845-583-4140 CALLICOON BUSINESS ASSOCIATION www.visitcallicoon.com 845-807-9017 GREATER BARRYVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.barryvilleny.com 845-557-6500 GREATER LIBERTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.libertyNYchamber.com 845-292-9797 LIVINGSTON MANOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.livingstonmanor.org 845-439-5677 MONTICELLO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.monticellochamberny.org NARROWSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.narrowsburgchamber.org 845-252-7234

NEVERSINK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.neversinkchamber.com 845-647-9100 ROCK HILL BUSINESS & COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION www.rockhillny.org 845-791-8167 ROSCOE ROCKLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.roscoeny.com 607-498-5765 SULLIVAN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.catskills.com 845-791-4200 THE JEFFERSONVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.jeffersonvilleny.com 845-482-4182 WURTSBORO BOARD OF TRADE www.wurtsboro.org 845-283-1013

IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION GAS AND ELECTRIC/UTILITIES NEW YORK STATE GAS & ELECTRIC www.nyseg.com 1-800-743-2110 ORANGE & ROCKLAND UTILITIES www.oru.com 1-877-434-4100 HEALTH CARE / HOSPITALS CATSKILL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER www.crmcny.org 845-794-3300 CRYSTAL RUN URGENT CARE www.crystalrunhealthcare.com 845-794-6999

INTERNET SPECTRUM - TIME-WARNER CABLE www.timewarnercable.com 800-431-8878 VERIZON HIGH SPEED INTERNET www.verizoninternet.com 877-350-6668 NEWSPAPERS

SULLIVAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT www.scdemocratonline.com 845-887-5200 TIMES HERALD RECORD www.recordonline.com 845-794-3712

PHONE VERIZON www.verizon.com SPECTRUM - TIME-WARNER CABLE www.timewarnercable.com 800-431-8878

POST OFFICE/CHANGE OF ADDRESS

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS) https://moversguide.usps.com

TELEVISION

SPECTRUM - TIME-WARNER CABLE www.timewarnercable.com 800-431-8878

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Committed to a Healthier Community At Catskill Regional Medical Center, we know that a healthy community means having a growing and thriving hospital that you can rely on. We’re transforming our facilities and programs to better serve the needs of our neighbors in Sullivan County. We’re committed to improving the health of the community through a variety of services, as well as health screenings, support groups and awareness events. We are proud to offer Primary Care services, provided by Catskill Regional Medical Group, with same day appointments available at your convenience.

Advancing Patient Care for Our Community

A member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System

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This is the Life!

Life is simple here and we embrace every season. Fish in a lake or a world-famous river. Hike through the woods and forage for lunch. Light a campfire and cook s’mores. See an outdoor concert. Ice fish and warm up by a bonfire on shore. Ski down a mountain. Enjoy a farm to table meal. Sip on handcrafted wine, beer, and spirits. Family and friends will love to visit and you can put them up in a quaint B&B, vacation rental, country inn, or resort hotel.

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