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Contents Historic Golf Course continues rebirth . . . . . . . . .8 By Ed Townsend The oldest golf course in Sullivan County – the Sullivan County Golf & Country Club – is having a rebirth thanks to two investors and some hard work.
Wulff School still a Beaverkill legacy . . . . . . . . . .20 By Fred Stabbert III Fly fishing takes patience, perseverance – and a certain amount of perfection – to master. Join writer Fred Stabbert and his daughter Laura, as they learn the basics from the masters at the Wulff School of Fly Fishing.
Camping in the Catskills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 By Autumn Schanil Catskill-Delaware Country is blessed with beautiful countryside and many private getaways. Join Sullivan County Democrat reporter Autumn Schanil as she takes a peek at the great campgrounds of our area.
The Western shines again . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 By Kaitlyn Carney Dating back more than 150 years, The Western Bar, Supper Club and Inn was a hotel and eatery built around the railroad. Today, the popular business is abuzz in events and fine food. Check out all they have to offer.
Ride the Rail Trail with Cinder Track Bicycles .50 By Patricio Robayo Charlie Sanborn loves bikes. He also loves sharing his passion with riders of all ages and abilities. Take a look at his thriving business in the hamlet of Mountaindale to find out how you can get started in a healthy, lifelong hobby.
Catskill Delaware Wildlife: The bats fly again . .60 By Kathy Daley What is so interesting about the only mammals that can fly? Well, they can consume 1,000 insects an hour. Learn more about these interesting creatures inside.
2018 Golf Course Guide / Summer Calendar .70 It’s finally time to hit the little white ball in Catskill-Delaware Country. After a long, cold winter the gorgeous golf courses of our area are finally open. Enjoy!! Also, check out our summer calendar of events.
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Catskill-Delaware Magazine Published by Catskill-Delaware Publications, Inc. Publishers of the Sullivan County Democrat (845) 887-5200 P.O. Box 308, Callicoon, N.Y. 12723 May 25, 2018 • Vol. CXXVII, No. 99
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The Sullivan County Golf & Country Club clubhouse on Route 52 in Liberty also houses the Oscar Brown’s Restaurant.
Sullivan County Golf and Country Club has storied history and is a great place to play
STORY AND PHOTOS BY ED TOWNSEND he Sullivan County Golf & Country Club (SCGCC) is the oldest golf facility in the county, with an historic background dating back 90-plus years. The Sullivan County Golf & Country Club was born in February of 1925 when a dozen Liberty businessmen negotiated the purchase of the Gaylord Hull Farm west of the village containing some 160 acres with the purpose of building a nine-hole golf course. Final transfer of the property, which was described in the Feb. 20, 1925 issue of The White Lake Times as “improved land ideally suited to the purpose for which it was bought,” took place on April 1 and work started immediately on the construction of the golf course. The total purchase price for the 160 acres was $20,000. The Times article made note that the ground for the course was in excellent shape, having been 8 • CATSKILL-DELAWARE, SUMMER 2018
cultivated for many years and was free of topographical obstacles and contained a number of natural hazards. Water and sewer had been laid to a part of the property and water was easily piped to all the greens. It was noted in the contract to purchase that the opportunity to include all local people who would be interested was not offered and only those men who were immediately available were asked to join. It was said at the time of purchase that the new club would not be an exclusive organization and that the opportunity would be offered to all to join at the discretion of the directors. The course was open for play in the late 1920s. The Hull property was described as being located within easy distance of the village of Liberty which the investors said would undoubtedly increase popular interest in the game.
The businessmen also believed that the golf 21, 1931.” History records the facts that the two had course property they purchased would operate to make that end of the village a highly attractive planned to fly directly to Copenhagen but heavy residential district and any new industry seeking fog and rain took them off course and after 32 to locate in Liberty would be offered a site ideally hours they landed in Krefeld, Germany and then located at far less than the land could be bought on to Copenhagen where over 50,000 people greeted them. for if it were owned by private parties. On June 24, 2011 the golf course celebrated the The names of the men originally entered on the contract to purchase the Hull Farm were Nial C. 80th anniversary of this flight and the club built a Currey, M.D. Blatchly, Isham Young, Nial model of the Spirit of Liberty and it sits in honor of Sherwood, J.B. Mance, J.R. Gerow Jr., H. M. Beck, the historical flight on golf course grounds. H. L. Sarles, O.E. Keller, W.A. Buckley, C. M. Looking to the Future Francisco, F.E. Bridges, H.C. Baldwin and William G. Birmingham. The new management team at the Liberty On June 24, 1931, the Sullivan County Golf & based Sullivan County Golf & Country Club are Country Club was the site of the start of an his- Jennifer Shampine and Brian P. Rourke, whose toric airplane flight which took well-known plans call for a new menu at Oscar Brown's Liberty photographer Otto Hillig and his able Restaurant, Friday night live music entertainpilot, Holger Hoiriis from what now houses the ment and specials at the bar. With their many 9th fairway of this amenities, Oscar golf course to an airBrown’s is the perfect port in Copenhagen, place for your Denmark. catered event. At the time, Hillig Rourke acknowlwas a middle-aged edged that the German photograground crew will conpher and Hoiriis was tinue to make course a youthful farmer improvements and turned aviator. that the improved In Hillig’s words, greens have been “we were just a coureceived well by ple of immigrants golfers. going home.” The 9-hole course A tablet metal will be designating plaque is located on a par-3 hole tees maklarge boulder at the ing the course availfirst tee of the golf able for par-3 golf course and reads, play. “This tablet is dediCourse managecated by the citizens ment also said that of the Town of the agreement with Liberty, New York to the Roscoe Twin one of its honored Village Golf Club will townsmen, Otto continue which Hillig and his able allows both club pilot Holger Hoiriis to members to play commemorate their both golf courses successful airplane with no extra change flight June 24-27, except for cart fees. 1931 to Copenhagen, Both clubs are also Denmark in the airsaid to be looking at plane ‘Liberty.’ This The tablet shown on this large boulder at the first tee and the course competition tablet marks the offi- ninth fairway at the Liberty Sullivan County Golf & Country Club between leagues and cial starting point of states that this location “marks the official starting point,” of tournament compethis memorable Otto Hillig's historic flight in June of 1931 to Copenhagen, CONTINUED ON PAGE 11 flight – erected July Denmark.
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titions. Rourke announced expansion and upgrading the fleet of golf carts and that all leagues are open to nonmembers and senior tees are available to golfers over 70 years of age. “To better serve our growing golf customers we are very pleased to announce that the club has added 12 upscale EZ Go TXT golf carts to the existing fleet,” Rourke said. Liberty Parks and Recreation will also offer programs at the course. “We want to let the general public know that our club facilities welcomes all players from beginners to experienced players and that everyone can have fun here,” Rourke said. The new management team noted that, “the club's Nine and Dine program offers the perfect combination of a quick round of golf coupled with an excellent dining experience in the comfortable atmosphere of Oscar Brown's.” Tony Hirsch is in his fifth year at head groundskeeper. Also in the study stage is making video-computerized golf available for leagues in the winter months.
Well-known Liberty Photographer Otto Hillig, left, and his pilot Holger Hoiriis with their airplane, The Spirit of Liberty.
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The Oscar Brown's facilities is equipped to handle weddings, bridal showers, birthday parties, reunions, retirement parties, baby showers and corporate meetings. Seasonable memberships are available for as low as $350 per person. The course plays host to four leagues, Monday Mens, Ladies league on Tuesday, Mens league on Wednesday and a Couples League on Thursday. A Sullivan County Golf & Country Club Champions board contains names of club champions from 1935 with 13 club championships won by the late John “Jack” Coughlin, a true gentleman and outstanding golfer. A hole-by-hole look at the course
This nine-hole golf course offers a whole set of different tees for holes 10-18 and plays to a total yardage of 3,006 yards for nine holes from the mens tees. Par is 36 for men and 39 for women. This 9-hole course plays as follows: Hole No. 1 is a 315-yard par 4. Straight down the middle over the directional flag will put your second shot into the green and the opportunity for a par. Don't hit it short on the second shot as a
small stream runs in front of the green. Hole No. 2 is a 295-yard par-4 and it’s uphill off the tee. Take your drive to the left center portion of the fairway and play to the upper half of the green on your second shot as the green slopes left to right. Hole No. 3 is a 400-yard par-4 with the fairway sloping down hill right to left. Better to play right center for a good second shot to the green. Hole No. 4 is a 152-yard par-3 with an elevated tee taking your tee shot down hill left to right. Club selection is key to a par on this hole. Hole No. 5 is a 280-yard par-4 with water to the left. Take your drive right center for a good approach shot to the green which has bunkers left and right. Hole No. 6 is a 275-yard par-4. Depending on where the tee box is play your tee shot to the right center of the fairway. A small stream runs just below the start of the fairway but really doesn't come into play. A good tee shot here can produce a birdie score. Hole No. 7 is a 422-yard par-4 with an open fairway so let it all out off the tee. A good tee shot and second shot to the green also makes this a possible birdie score. Hole No. 8 is a 545-yard par-5 making it the CONTINUED ON PAGE 15
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he Sullivan County Golf & Country Club is under the new management team of Brian P. Rourke and Jennifer Shampine, who will most likely purchase the property in February 2019. Shampine, a paralegal with the Law Offices of Brian P. Rourke, P.C. noted, â€œIâ€™m a partner in life with Brian and a partner in business.â€? Rourke, when asked recently what his plans were for the nine-hole golf course which includes the Oscar Brown's Restaurant, said, â€œwe are seriously considering the purchase of the property.â€? On February 1, 2016 Rourke and a former member of the management team took over daily operations of the golf course and restaurant. The management agreement and the unanimous approval of all certificate golf club members provided Rourke with a three-year agreement and an option to purchase the property. Rourke acknowledged at the time of the management agreement that he had made a $55,000 payment for back-due taxes, thus eliminating, for CONTINUED ON PAGE 19
The new management team at the Liberty based Sullivan County Golf & Country Club are Jennifer Shampine and Brian P. Rourke who have announced â€œthey are seriously considering purchase of the property next February.â€?
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Josh Geller, foreground, of Brooklyn and Jeffersonville, enjoyed his weekend at the Wulff School of Fly Fishing with his friend, Jonathan Siman. Here the group tests out different weight fly rods to see which one they like.
Wulff School of Fly Fishing still a Beaverkill legacy STORY AND PHOTOS BY FRED STABBERT III
or 39 years the Wulff School of Fly Fishing on the Beaverkill has been teaching novice and experienced fishermen alike the finer points of the art. And the one constant through it all has been the spirit of Joan Salvato Wulff, the legendary fly caster who made a name for herself alongside her late husband, Lee Wulff. Joan, who is now one roll cast over 90, is as sharp and enthusiastic as ever about teaching her students the “Wulff Method” of casting. “Loading move, power snap, follow through,” are the words Joan and her capable staff of instructors live by. And these words echo in the students’ ears – 20 • CATSKILL-DELAWARE, SUMMER 2018
Part of the curriculum included how to fish a stream with wet or dry flies and how to wade safely.
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Joan Wulff, ever the teacher, gives Laura Stabbert of Callicoon and New York City some added attention on the proper way to “follow through” her cast.
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Even though the weather was in the 30s, Joan Wulff still took time to help Laura Stabbert with her roll cast.
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sport. Her enthusiasm really shines through. “It makes you want to get better,” Laura said.
The All-Stars: Helping You Get Better Sheila Hassan, who has been an instructor at the school for 15 years, is the director. Her knowledge of casting is evident as she demonstrates the different casts with accuracy and ease. Following several hours of classroom instruction, students surrounded the two ponds to practice as instructors stood at the ready, often grabbing their hand to actually lead them through the casting process – much like a dance instructor leading the waltz. It’s a ballet of “tight loops and lines” as students try and make the perfect cast, picking their leader up off the water ever so slowly, then making the power snap, which sends the fly line behind the fisherman. Once the line has extended behind you, it’s then a smooth, yet forceful, follow through to your target that casts the line and takes the fly along for the ride. Classes were packed full of activities, and the Trout Class included a film on Friday night followed by a weekend of classroom programs and outdoor practice. If you go The Wulff School is just that, a laboratory where classroom and textbooks meets field and stream. Douglas Cummings, who is Joan’s son, now administers the school and said the enrollment is steadily increasing following the devastating floods of 2005 and 2006 and the stock market crash of 2009.
The Beaverkill Valley Inn, just a mile from the Wulff Fly Fishing School, hosted the meals for the anglers and also has overnight accommodations for those wishing to stay nearby.
“Pre-floods and pre-crash we had 200 students and now we have about 120 per summer,” he said. “But it’s building back up.” There are two more Trout Fishing courses left this summer, June 1-3 and June 22-24. There is also a Techniques of Fly Casting course on June 8-10 for those who want to improve their casting technique. Reservations can be made at www.wulffschool.com or by calling 845-439-5020.
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The Western Bar, Supper Club and Inn hosts many events to entertain their guests and rooms are available upstairs.
The Western Bar-Supper Club-Inn; A Main Street Gem Shines Again BY KAITLIN CARNEY
he Western is one of the oldest continuously operating hotels in Sullivan County, having greeted its first guests on Upper Main Street in Callicoon in 1852. When Irene Nickolai took the wheel of the Western, she knew she wanted to maintain the glory of the Main Street gem, while updating it to offer dining, drinking, and overnight stays for locals and visitors alike. The Western Bar, Supper Club, and Inn marries Nickolai’s passion for boutique hotels and hobby of interior design with her background in the arts and love of good, homemade food and cocktails.
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She has created an experience that will remind you of the original Western with a fluid aesthetic curated from local taxidermists, thrift stores, and merchants, and featuring art from local painters and photographers, including landscape artist James McGinley. The ballroom, which local lore suggests once hosted suffragette meetings and whose balcony President Grant once addressed crowds from, continues to host community events and gatherings throughout all four seasons, complete with a stage, dance floor, and a mahogany bar to match a version in the downstairs main barroom. Nickolai’s Western is detail-ori-
Live performers entertain the outside guests at The Western during last year’s Country Fair. This year’s Country Fair will be held on July 28 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. in downtown Callicoon. Enjoy!
ented and mindful, from the madefrom-scratch syrups and juices that comprise the signature or standard cocktails, the local spirits and brews from Catskill Provisions, Roscoe Brewery, and Catskill Brewery, to the locally sourced meats and produce from Chaljeri
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unique experience while supporting local producers. It is very important to also support local artists, artisans, and musicians. Thatâ€™s the charm of Sullivan County, youâ€™re able to make these connections,â€? Nickolai explained. The Western is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday for dinner and Saturday and Sunday for brunch. Nickolai, relatively new to the restaurant industry, reached out to friend and local chef Henning Nordanger to help create the menu and train her staff. The result is a menu reflecting local specialties and refined homestyle favorites from the smoked trout dip, chicken liver mousse, and steak crostini starters, homemade soups, kale and apple salad, to entrees like the Western, a burger topped with a fried egg, gruyere and served with hand cut fries, Gulf shrimp risotto, and filet mignon with cognac sauce. Rounding out the menu are desserts like Apple Crumb Pie with housemade whipped cream, Brownie a la mode, Banana Cream Pie. The bar offers everything from Western Classic cocktails and signature cocktails to local draft
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beers and wines by the glass. The signature cocktails, featuring housemade syrups and juices and local honey and spirits are perfect to enjoy as part of your dining experience, or as a standalone. Try the Western Classics, Bourbon Berry Sour: bourbon, lemon, blackberry, walnut bitters, or the Bees Knees: gin, fresh lemon, local honey. Signature cocktails like the Gingery Coyote: local honey, whiskey, fresh lemon, ginger cordial, ginger ale or the Callicoon Negroni: Tequila, Campari, housemade lime cordial, sweet vermouth. During the spring, summer, and fall, the outdoor dining area is the perfect place to catch a sunset or enjoy brunch! Nickolai hasn’t just focused on the development of the supper club and bar, she is also lovingly renovating the eight rooms in the inn, booking community events and musicians in the ballroom, and ensuring that the Western continues to be a fixture on the Callicoon scene. “This is a female owned, 90 percent female operated business…our chef, our liquor store clerk, most of our wait staff, our housekeeping staff are women who have been with me for a CONTINUED ON PAGE 48
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long time. We’ve created jobs while providing a venue for the community to use.” Nickolai explained when discussing the importance of the Western. “Looking forward, I would like to enhance the music program, to provide a space for art, a good experience for visitors, to welcome people to Callicoon, and to build our cocktail and food program.” And Nickolai is well on her way, having hosted local favorites Mountain Wave, Breach the Barrier, Shlomo Franklin, Clint Westfall and others. In expanding the program, the Western will be a stop on Eilen Jewell’s world tour in August, a major moment for the arts in Callicoon. The Western will also be a stop on the Catskill Carriage, a modern luxury bus designed to shuttle visitors and weekenders from Brooklyn and Manhattan to Monticello, Callicoon, Livingston Manor, and Roscoe. The Catskill Carriage starts Memorial Day weekend, and information about schedules, prices, etc. can be found on catskillcarriage.com You can keep updated on the happenings at the Western on social media, or check out their website at Westerncallicoon.com, or give a call at (845) 887-9871. The Western is located at 22 Upper Main Street in Callicoon.
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harlie Sanborn is passionate about bikes and he has turned his passion into his life's pursuit. Cinder Track Bicycles has been a staple of Mountaindale since 2009, and before that the bike shop lived in Livingston Manor. “I have been riding my whole life, even as a child,” said Sanborn, who every chance he gets when he is not at the shop, is on the trails riding. “It's about freedom and getting out there.” Along with friends, Sanborn has biked all across America and loves biking in the Catskills, mostly because of the hills. He will sometimes take a 50 to 60 mile round trip through Sullivan County, from Roscoe,
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The shop keeps most common bike parts and sometimes, not so common parts for repairs or upgrades.
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All the bikes at the shop have been fixed up, greased and installed with new seats.
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through Livingston Manor and back through Callicoon. Sanborn was running both bike shops for awhile but Mountaindale soon won him over. Why? “Cause of the rail trails man!,” said Sanborn. “Biking in the Catskills is a riot.” Cinder Track Bicycles is located at the trailhead start of the Mountaindale O&W Rail Trail which stretches from Mountaindale to Woodridge. This year, the shop will be offering a new way to get your ride on and hit the trails. Now with the addition of a garage space next to the main shop, patrons will have the ability to enter from one end and leave through the other side all ready to go for their adventure. “You come in through one door, you get your bike and your helmet and leave through another door,” said Sanborn. “Coming back, it will work the same way. People will bring in their bikes in once they’re done riding the trail.”
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Friday and Saturday are the best days to stop by for repairs.
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For $20, you will be outfitted with a Fuji mountain bike and a helmet to go explore the historic O&W Rail Trail. If you have a family and want to bring the kids along, no problem! For any child over one year of age you will be able to fit two kids with a combined weight of 100 pounds to be hitched on to one of the bikes in a covered trailer. All bikes have been refurbished over the harsh winter and are ready to be taken out for an adventure. According to Sanborn, all the bikes at the shop have been fixed up, greased and installed with new seats. Currently, there are over 100 bikes in the fleet and when the camp season is in full swing, all can be rented out. The county has been hard at work fixing up multiple rail trails in the county and promises better trails and conditions throughout the year. “You need a good decent bike, something that is an investment and can be resold or handed down,” said Sanborn, when asked about big box
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hey're warm blooded. They nourish their young with their own milk. They often live long lives. Sound familiar? The weird-looking bat is indeed a lot like a human. The only mammal capable of sustained flight, the bat even uses its wings as we do our arms. But they vastly out-hear us with bat radar-like equipment that guides them in flight, their deliberate, high-pitched cries bouncing off obstacles along the way. And they out-eat us in the amount of food, as compared to body weight, that they consume. Mosquitoes, flies, beetles and moths lose their lives to bats that can weigh as little as a half-ounce but can consume 1,000 insects each hour. “Bats are undeniably one of the world's greatest insect controllers,” noted Truth Muller of Rock Hill, “and also one of the greatest pollinators.” Worldwide, bats pollinate important agricultural plants from bananas to mangoes, from cashews to dates and figs. Muller, an 18-year-old bat specialist now studying ecology at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, speaks to school and community groups on the wonders of bats and founded the environmental education outreach program CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS
Opposite page: For bats, sleeping upside down represents a relaxed position that exerts little energy. Hanging by their feet leaves them in a perfect position to spread their wings and take off quickly.
Rock Hill native Truth Muller notes that the month of May begins the ‘pup’ season for bats, when females are birthing their young. Muller, who studies at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, runs an environmental organization, Buddies for Bats, founded in 2011 and is a frequent speaker on bat ecology and conservation.
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That’s particularly crucial in the face of the fungal disease decimating the bat population in U.S. and Canada. HARD TIMES Bats, which have been known to live into their mid-thirties, have left behind fossils for the last 55 million years. But since 2006, they have been under siege. Twelve years ago, in Howe Cavern near Albany, bats were discovered ailing or dead with a white fuzzy fungus that began at their nose. The disease, eventually named White-Nose Syndrome, attacked mouth and wings, leading to dehydration, unstable body temperature and death. Since then, New York State has lost 85 percent of its most abundant bat, the Little Brown Bat, and Pennsylvania lost more than 95 percent of its bat population. Al Hicks, longtime biologist with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation who retired in 2010, spoke in a phone interview about what is now a nation-
wide issue. Hicks continues to serve on the front-lines of dealing with the bat plague that has reached as far south as Texas and as far west as Washington State. He is also the founder of Vesper Environmental LLC, a bat consulting firm. In New York, said Hicks, “Little Brown Bats are 15 percent in number of what they used to be,” although the population that remains seems to show some signs of stabilizing. Seven other bats that appear in New York State have suffered, while the Big Brown Bat, which is ubiquitous, is the least affected by the disease, Hicks said. A network of state and federal agencies is working to investigate White-Nose Syndrome and develop management strategies that don't
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Before long, the newborn pup is flying and using its innate sense of echolocation. As it flies, a bat emits a continuous cry so highpitched that a human ear cannot detect it. Using as many as 30 to 60 cries per second, the highfrequency waves strike obstacles in the bat's path, echoing back to its sensitive ears. The wings automatically react to the signals, and the bat banks, turns and dodges to avoid the obstacle. The wings themselves are similar to the human hand, with its thumb and four fingers. Wing skin is stretched between long fingers and forearms and from there to the legs and tail. The feet boast short claws with hooks
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by which the bat hangs when sleeping or at rest, and when it lets go, the wings fan and the bat flies easily. The Pennsylvania Game Commission notes in a report that bats emerging at dusk typically seek a body of water, where they skim the surface for a drink. They then hunt, usually catching insects with wing or tail membrane and transfering the catch to its mouth.
One study showed that each year, bats do $3.7 billion worth of pest control in the U.S. They also serve essential roles in seed dissemination, cave ecosystems and as food for other animals. “It’s the only mammal that can generate the power necessary for flight, and they are the size of your thumb,” said Hicks in amazement. “How can they do that?” CONTINUED ON PAGE 69
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Many believe bats are related to rodents. But these flying mammals bear a closer relationship to primates like apes and humans. The bat wing is a double layer of skin stretched over the bones of the bat's arm and fingers. The wing covers all fingers except a short thumb, which is left free. A sharp claw on the end of the thumb forms a hook that bats use to climb trees or rocky walls.
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French Woods Golf & Country Club 17440 NY-97, Hancock, NY 13783, 607-637-1800 Membership: Available. Call or visit www.frenchwoodsgolf.com Greens Fees with cart: Nine holes, $22 M-F, $40 on weekends and holidays. 18 holes, $28 M-F, $27 on weekends and holidays. Specials: 18 holes and cart get free breakfast Monday through Friday. Bring a foursome and each person gets a free drink. Favorite hole: No. 16 because it’s the most scenic and you can see a great distance! Tournament dates: May 27 – Kate Resti Memorial Tournament; June 10 – Mark Mcgraw Jr. Tournament; Jun. 24 – Brandon Jones Benefit; Jul. 21 – Youth Football; August 26-27 – Two man tournament; September 2 – Legacy of Honor; Sept. 8 –Long Eddy FD; Sept.16 – Hancock FD.
Lochmor 586 Loch Sheldrake Road, Loch Sheldrake, NY 12759, 434-1257 Memberships: Available. Call for info or visit www.lochmorgolf.com Greens fees w/cart: $53 weekends w/lunch; $48 w/o lunch. $48 weekdays w/lunch; $43 w/o lunch. Special: Monday- Thursday Senior Special $30 (also for Tarry Brae), $35 w/lunch. Discounted afternoon rates are offered. Professional: Mike Decker Pro’s favorite hole: No. 14 because of the demanding tee shot and it’s picturesque as the hole is right along the lake. Tournament dates: May 18 – Marine Corp, June 2 – Taekwan Do, July 14 – Monticello FD, September 14 – Sullivan Correctional. 70 • CATSKILL-DELAWARE, SUMMER 2018
Sullivan County Golf & Country Club 2514 NY-52, Liberty, NY 12754, 292-9584 Membership: Call for information Greens fees : $15 for nine holes, $25 for 18 holes and $12 for cart per nine holes. Rates are the same seven days a week. Specials: Visit https://www.facebook.com/ Su l l i v a n - Co u n t y- G o l f - a n d - Co u n t r y- C l u b 995950547127591/
Swan Lake Golf & Country Club 38 Eagle Drive, Swan Lake, NY 12783, 292-0323 Single membership: $700, $645 for seniors. Greens fees w/cart: 18 holes is $30 weekdays. Nine holes are $20 on weekdays. 18 holes on weekends are $48 for Sullivan County residents, $55 for non-Sullivan County residents. 18 holes are $35 for everybody after 1 p.m. on weekends. Nine holes before 1 p.m. are $35 on weekends, $25 after 1 p.m. Specials: Thursday is Ladies Day and ladies play for $25. Seniors play for $25 Monday-Friday. In addition, the course honors the Tee Time Pass. Professional: Bob Menges Pro’s favorite hole: No. 18 Beautiful view from the tee box and it’s easy to make birdie. Tournament dates: Jun.1 Jake Hulse (Contact Bill Hulse 292-0438); Jun.2 – Mike Schulte Memorial (Contact Deanna Schulte 985-7136); Jun.16 – Liberty Scholarship Fund (Contact Adam Bradley 798-0255); Jun. 30 –Jeffersonville Lions Club (Contact Doug Immmoor 482-4061); July 15 – The Swan; July 16 – Friends Outing; July 22 – Swan Lake Fire Co.; July 31 White Lake Homes; July 23-26 Swan Lake Jr. Golf Camp; Aug. 5 – St. Georges Church (Contact Bill Moloney 887-3150); Aug. 4 –
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The Hancock Golf Course 522 Golf Course Road, Hancock, NY 13783 (607) 637-2480 Rates: $15 for nine holes weekdays, $17 for nine holes weekends, $10 for walkers for nine holes. Memberships are available. Visit www.golfhancock.com/memberships.
Tennanah Lake Golf & Tennis Club 100 Fairway View Drive, Roscoe, NY 12776, 607498-5000 Family membership: $3,150. Family is considered spouse and children. $225 per additional member. Single membership: With cart: $1,170 ($585 additional), $990 for seniors 65-plus ($495 additional). Without cart: $720 ($360 additional), $607 for seniors 65-plus ($315 additional), $300 for juniors. Greens fees: $35 with cart Monday through Friday, $48 with cart weekends and holidays. $28 with cart after 2 p.m. on weekdays, $39 with cart after 2 p.m. on weekends. Reduced rates for nine holes are available. Specials: Breakfast and golf for $40 on Monday. Golf for two with cart, $60 on Tuesday. Golf and lunch for $44 on Wednesday. Foursome for $100 on Thursday. Dinner and golf for $55 on Friday. Superintendent/ Director of Golf: Joe Meyer Favorite Hole: No. 14. They recently put a lot of work into it and it’s a gorgeous and aesthetically pleasing hole. Because of all the hard work there is a sense of pride when Meyer plays the hole.
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distance. Tournament dates: May 19 – Mcnamara, June 3 – Nami, June 9 – Jake Classic, June 22 – Mamakating Lions, July 20 – United Way Bob Rosen, August 10 – Knights of Columbus, September 15 – Monticello Rotary, September 16 – Rock Hill FD, September 23 – Fallsburg Lions, September 30 – Tri-Valley Football
Twin Village Golf Club 144 Rockland Road, Roscoe, NY 12776, 607-4985829 1st Time Courtesy Membership: $216 2nd Year Courtesy Membership: $432.00 Green Fees: $10.00 play all day Cart Fees: $10 each nine holes Villa Roma 356 Villa Roma Road, Callicoon, NY 12723, 8875097 Single membership: $1,100 or $1,500 per couple. Each additional family member: $300. Cart fees for members are $700 for single, and $400 for each additional member. Membership includes green fees for the entire season, club storage & locker room, 10 percent off Clubhouse restaurants,
members only tournaments, and USGA handicap service. Walking privileges after 3 p.m. Greens fees (per 18 holes): $65 weekends & holidays, $60 weekdays, $40 after 2 p.m. Monday though Friday (after 3 p.m. on weekends). Senior Citizens (62-plus) Monday-Friday, $5 off selected rates. Reduced rates are available for nine holes. Specials: 18 holes including cart $45 on Wednesday and Sunday. Professionals: Matt Kleiner and Davis Tuttle. Pro’s favorite hole: My favorite hole at the Villa Roma is the 15th. The par five is reachable in two shots if I hit a good drive. After striking the second shot it’s always exciting while the ball is in the air. You just never know for sure if you carried it enough to clear the hazard if you take a direct line to the flag. If you aim left and try to hit a little fade, you’re then waiting on the first bounce to the green. Too long it goes in the bunker too short it could kick right into the hazard. Very exciting shot on a very good hole. Tournament dates: July 11 – Catskill Regional Medical Center; July 22 – Catskill Cup; Jul. 27-29 Sullivan County Democrat Mens Championship (for info contact 845-887-5200) TBD – Sullivan County Democrat Womens Championship.
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SATURDAY, MAY 25 Food for Thought: A Gourmet Meditation - 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. located at the Kadampa Meditation Center New York located at 47 Sweeney Rd in Glen Spey. Join us at the World Peace Temple for a special night out that includes a relaxing guided meditation followed by a delicious gourmet home-style vegetarian meal. Cost is $20-$35. For more information, please visit www.kadampanewyork.org, call (845) 856-9000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 Open House at the Kadampa World Peace Temple - 11 a.m. until May 28 at 5 p.m. at the Kadampa Meditation Center New York located at 47 Sweeney Rd in Glen Spey. Enjoy Memorial Day Weekend in the peaceful environment of Kadampa
Meditation Center New York. Hourly temple tours, guided meditations, coffee and treats from our World Peace Café, bookstore and gift shop, nature trails and peaceful gardens. For more information, please visit www.kadampanewyork.org, call (845) 856-9000 or e-mail email@example.com. SUNDAY, MAY 27 Open House at the Kadampa World Peace Temple - 11 a.m. until May 28 at 5 p.m. at the Kadampa Meditation Center New York located at 47 Sweeney Rd in Glen Spey. Enjoy Memorial Day Weekend in the peaceful environment of Kadampa Meditation Center New York. Hourly temple tours, guided meditations, coffee and treats from our World Peace Café, bookstore and gift shop, nature trails and peaceful gardens. For more infor-
mation, please visit www.kadampanewyork.org, call (845) 856-9000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. MONDAY, MAY 28 Open House at the Kadampa World Peace Temple - 11 a.m. until May 28 at 5 p.m. at the Kadampa Meditation Center New York located at 47 Sweeney Rd in Glen Spey. Enjoy Memorial Day Weekend in the peaceful environment of Kadampa Meditation Center New York. Hourly temple tours, guided meditations, coffee and treats from our World Peace Café, bookstore and gift shop, nature trails and peaceful gardens. For more information, please visit www.kadampanewyork.org, call (845) 856-9000 or e-mail email@example.com. THURSDAY, MAY 31ST May 31st, Thursday, 6 p.m.
Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello Canine Unit Demonstration by Fallsburg Police Officer Chris Rosa. Officer Rosa has been with the Fallsburg Police Department for 18 years and has been a canine officer for approximately 12 years. Learn about how dogs are trained and what they can do. Amazing animals, these dogs are treasures and true partners to the police officers who handle them. Free and open to the public. For more information, please call 845 794-4660 SATURDAY, JUNE 2 10th Annual Fun Fair - 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Free - Kadampa Meditation Center New York located at 47 Sweeney Road
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS ing a volunteer. Pre-registration is required! Register online at Sullivanrenaissance.org or call 845-295-2445.
in Glen Spey. Over 30 local artisans and vendors, Temple tours, guided meditations, delicious food, live music, kids carnival including Bubbles the Clown, fair games, face painting, bounce tent and arts & crafts. For more information, please visit www.kadampanewyork.org/f un-fair.
FRIDAY, JUNE 8 Roger Daltrey performs The Who’s “Tommy” - 8 p.m. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6TH Sullivan Renaissance - FREE Gardening Seminars Gardening Across the Seasons in Sullivan County. “Summertime Plant Maintenance” 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Will be held at the Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center teaching garden located at 64 Ferndale-Loomis Road in Liberty. Learn tips and tricks for caring for plants to produce the best garden yet! Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County Master Gardener Volunteers will be on hand to demonstrate the horticulture basics. Watch and learn in the demonstration gardens! Find out about community beautification projects in your community and consider becom-
SUNDAY, JUNE 10 Denning and Claryville History Afternoon - 1 p.m. - at the Time and the Valleys Museum in Grahamsville - Free - View rich collections from Claryville and Town of Denning that brings life to the history of the Upper Neversink and Upper Rondout valleys. Includes a special program and speaker. We welcome the sharing of any items relating to the Claryville or Denning area. The Claryville Church and old schoolhouse will also be open to visitors from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, please call (845) 9857700 or visit online at www.timeandthevalleysmuseum.org. Callicoon Tractor Parade This
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unique parade creates an amazing spectacle as participants strut their tractor’s stuff, showing off vintage to high tech models. Starting in the morning as early as 8 a.m. For more information about this year’s parade, go to visitcallicoon.com. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13TH Wayne County Public Library Culinary Book Club 1406 Main Street Honesdale, PA 18431. Begining at 5:30 p.m. Middle Eastern Book discussions, food tastings, share recipes, food blod & surprises! Contact Elizabeth at 570253-1220 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register. SATURDAY, JUNE 16TH Grahamsville United Methodist Church. Third Saturday Thrift Sale from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Thank you for shopping with us. We invite you to join us on Sundays for Worship and Church School (grades pre-K
through 7th) at 10:30 a.m. We also welcome you to worship at our sister church, Sundown U.M. Church at 8:30am on Sundays. FRIDAY, JUNE 22 Poison with special guests Cheap Trick & Pop Evil - 7 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenterforthearts.org. FRIDAY, JUNE 29 Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton - 7:30 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenterforthearts.org. SUNDAY, JULY 8 An Evening with Ann Hampton Callaway - 7 p.m. The Event Gallery at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in
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Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org. Woodburne Fire Dept with Any Make Any Model Car Club - 4th Annual Car Show at Fireman’s Park Hasbrouck, NY. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration 9 a.m. to Noon. Registration $10, Spectators $5, Children under 12 FREE. Proceeds to be donated to Ride 2 Survive Sullivan County, INC. Competitions: Teeter Totter, Burn Out Pit, & Muffler Rap. 50/50 & Door prizes as well! Trophies Presented at 3 p.m. Entertainment by DJ Mark Good Vibrations. Music from 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Food and beverages available for purchase from the Woodbourne Fire Dept. For more info contact Carl at 845-798-8788 or Tony at 845901-8214. Visit us online at www.anymakeanymodel.org.
SATURDAY, JULY 14 Steely Dan & The Doobie Brothers - 7:30 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org.
SUNDAY, JULY 22 Latino Alliance Hispanic Cultural Festival - 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. - Ted Stroebel Center Parking Lot in Monticello. The 3rd annual Latino Alliance Hispanic Cultural Festival will be held on Sunday, July 22, 2018. Come join us as we celebrate Latino culture and history thru song, music, dance and food. The event begins at 1pm and will be held at the Ted Stroeble Center parking lot in Monticello. The festival will feature salsa music, mariachi bands, traditional folk dancers, and food from various Latino cultures. Cultural arts and crafts will also be available as well as many community agencies providing important information of their services.
SATURDAY, JULY 28 Callicoon Country Fair 11:00am – 5:00pm. Townwide event with art, music, food, and fun! Vendors offer antiques, art, craft, food, locally made artisan goods, flea market items, jewelry and more. Wander along the historic streets, view the architecture and admire the beautiful Delaware River. We are looking for vendors, sponsors, and volunteers! Please email email@example.com for more information. Please visit our Facebook event page for updates. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 Dierks Bentley with special guests Brothers Osborne and Lanco - 7 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8TH Wayne County Public Library Culinary Book Club 1406 Main Street Honesdale, PA 18431. Beginning at 5:30 p.m. Korean Book discussions, food tastings, share recipes, food blog & surprises! Contact Elizabeth at 570253-1220 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 Voodoo Threauxdown featuring Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue - 7 p.m. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd
Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org. SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 O&W Railroad Talk & Display 1 p.m. - at the Claryville Church - Talk by Jeffrey Otto, President of the O&W Railway Historical Society covering the O&W from Young's Gap (just north of Liberty) to Cadosia, concentrating on the many bridges in that section, plus the industries served by the railroad. Attendees can visit Charles Breiner’s O&W model railroad display in Claryville immediately following the presentation. Light refreshments are included. Members get in free, non-member $3. For more information, please call (845) 985-7700 or visit online at www.timeandthevalleysmuseum.org. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18TH Grahamsville United Methodist Church. Third Saturday Thrift Sale from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Thank you for shopping with us. We invite you to join us on Sundays for Worship and Church School (grades pre-K through 7th) at 10:30 a.m. We also welcome you to worship at our sister church, Sundown U.M. Church at 8:30am on Sundays. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17TH-19TH The Grahamsville Little World's Fair is the longest
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SUNDAY, JULY 15 The Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour - 8 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org.
SATURDAY, JULY 21 Lynyrd Skynyrd with special guests 38 Special and The Marshall Tucker Band - 6 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org. Grahamsville United Methodist Church. Third Saturday Thrift Sale from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Thank you for shopping with us. We invite you to join us on Sundays for Worship and Church School (grades pre-K through 7th) at 10:30 a.m. We also welcome you to worship at our sister church, Sundown U.M. Church at 8:30am on Sundays.
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games, vendors, and a whole lot more! Admission includes free parking, access to exhibits and contests, and free entertainment! Hours: Friday: 9:00 am 10:00 pm. Saturday: 9:00 am - 11:00 pm. Sunday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm SUNDAY, AUGUST 19 OAR with Matt Nathanson 6:30 p.m. - Bethel Woods
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Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 Kurpil Family Fiddlers - 2 p.m. - at the Time and the Valleys Museum in Grahamsville - The Kurpil Family Fiddlers will perform their toe tapping fiddle music while intermingling local fiddle music history, song history and the origins of fiddling. Includes an exhibit of fiddle photos and memorabilia. Light refreshments1are included. Members get in free, nonmember $3. For more information, please call (845) 985-7700 or visit online at www.timeandthevalleysmuseum.org. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 Steve Martin and Martin Short - 8 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org . SUNDAY, SEPT. 2 Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. 2018 marks the twentieth anniversary of the Harvest Festival, an annual event celebrating the bounty, talent, and beauty of Sullivan County and surrounding areas. Held every Sunday in September, the festival features a farmers market, craft village, live performances, corn and hay mazes, pony rides and more. Each week offering new vendors, events, and talent sure to please the entire family. $3 parking fee. Free admission. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org.
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