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This holiday season we need to say ‘Thanks’

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his Holiday Season is going to be one like no other. While the country continues to fight off the world-wide pandemic, large family gatherings and big Holiday extravaganzas are probably out of the question. But there is still many ways we can celebrate the Spirit of the Season and make this Holiday Season one to remember and a meaningful tribute to what we are going through. We have included an article in this issue entitled, “Giving thanks, and giving back.” It details nearly a dozen ways you can support local groups – either through donations of your time or money – to make a difference in someone else’s life. There are certainly many families in our community in need of help. From the Federation for the Homeless, to local food pantries to helping out our senior citizens, there are plenty of groups already in place that could use our support. The holidays always seem to bring out the best in our communities and we hope this year is no different.

Shop Local, Support Local And while we are talking Holidays, we urge all of our local residents to Shop Local, Support Local! We know how convenient online shopping has become, but supporting our Main Street businesses in both Sullivan and Wayne counties should be at the top of our list this year. Now, more than ever, local businesses need our support, and we can send a strong message to everyone about how important they are by buying local.

Every $1 spent locally has a huge impact on our economy, from supporting jobs, keeping taxes down to keeping our businesses open. While the world is now at our fingertips, the communities we drive through every day need our support. Please make it a point to spend some time browsing through this wonderful Gift Guide and finding the stores that meet your needs. And while you are at it, enjoy a lunch or dinner at a nearby restaurant. Your day will be more enjoyable knowing you helped keep our local businesses strong. The Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association is also sponsoring a great Holiday Gift Card Program whereby they are giving people an extra $25 if they buy a $100 gift card to a local business. Now that’s an inspiration. Go to https://sullivancatskills.com/you-can-support-localbusiness/ to find out more.

Remember your family and friends 2020 – despite its name – will probably not be a year we want to look back on, at least fondly. But there is no better time than now, this Holiday Season, to reach out to friends, family and especially our senior citizens, to see how they are doing and enjoy some fellowship, even if it is only by telephone. By our very nature, most of us enjoy social interaction and wishing someone a Happy Hanukkah, Happy Thanksgiving, or Merry Christmas is a wonderful excuse for picking up the phone. And while we are at, we wish all of our loyal readers and advertisers a Blessed, Happy, and Healthy Holiday Season. Enjoy!

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Dickens on the Delaware celebrates holidays in Victorian style T PHOTOS BY NYSSA CALKIN | DEMOCRAT

Get in the holiday spirit with a carriage ride.

he sixth annual Dickens on the Delaware will be held on Saturday, December 12 from noon to 8 p.m. Shops, galleries and restaurants will highlight their holiday goods and dazzle town visitors with their holiday spirit. Shopkeepers will be dressed in Victorian costumes, with stores, restaurants and the surrounding

environs decorated to create the days of yore. Callicoon will be transformed into a Christmas wonderland with Christmas trees and festive wreaths and streets filled with holiday lights. Carolers will be featured on the historic porches throughout Main Street and will encourage visitors to explore all streets and byways.

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Enjoy performances by Farm Arts Collective and check out local vendors and makers who will feature their wares in shops and in outdoor tents. Callicoon retailers will all stay open until 8 p.m. to highlight the beauty of the historic town in the evening, where town visitors will be able to warm their hands by outdoor fire pits. Callicoon restaurants, bars and pubs will feature holiday food and cocktail specials, along with eggnog and hot chocolate to get

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visitors into the holiday spirit. Come to Callicoon, NY for the holidays and dress up as your favorite Dickens character or indulge in a Victorian costume. Visitors in costume will receive a 10% discount at select shops and restaurants all day. All participants will be Covid-19 compliant. For details and more information go to www.visitcallicoon. com, e-mail callicoontrading @gmail.com or call 845-8879017.

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hanksgiving is usually a time for families and friends to get together, celebrate and be thankful for everything that has happened in the past year. And it is typically the start of the holiday season with Christmas, Hanukkah, and the New Year’s holiday happening soon after. However, this year will be different due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and recently, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has put restrictions on social gatherings in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Restaurants and bars can no longer be open to the public after 10 p.m. and will then have to shift to a take out model for the remaining hours they’re open. Furthermore, there can be no social gatherings of 10 or more people in your home. As of our publication date, the COVID-19 cases are on the rise, and we could be entering a second wave of the pandemic. One significant way you can stay

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This Thanksgiving, you can still enjoy time with family and still be safe during the pandemic.

safe this holiday season is not to leave your house and have Thanksgiving with only those who live in your home. You can still enjoy the day by cooking your favorite meals and watching holiday movies. How can you interact with relatives who do not live with you? If

you have a phone or laptop, you can set up a Zoom, Skype, or Facetime video call with them while you are gathering. This way, you can stay connected during the holiday and make sure everyone stays safe. While this year might not be the perfect Thanksgiving you had

envisioned, you can still make the holiday fun and remain safe. If we follow the Center for Disease Control guidelines and stay safe, we can ensure that next year’s holiday could be better, and it can return to “normal” again. According to the Center for Disease Control, the following people should not attend any Thanksgiving gathering: • Those with or have been exposed to COVID-19. The CDC also says that you should not host or participate in any in-person gatherings if you or anyone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and has not met the criteria for when they should be around people. • If the person has symptoms of COVID-19, such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If a person is waiting for test results from a COVID-19 test, they should not host or go to any social gatherings. Moreover, if a person was exposed to someone positive with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, they are at an increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

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Who is at risk? If you are an older adult and or if you are a person with certain medical conditions or live with a person who is considered at high risk, you should avoid social gatherings this holiday season. If you must attend a social gathering, there are some things you should consider. You should check the local COVID-19 infection rate and then think about whether it is safe to attend a social gathering. You should try and limit the number of guests at the social gathering; in New York State, that means adhering to the 10 people limit. You need to remain at least six feet apart at all times and avoid direct contact, which includes handshakes and hugs, with others not from their household. Consider hosting the gathering outside instead of indoors to increase the safety of all who attend. Whether you are indoors or out, you should always wear a mask, except when you are eating and drinking. If having a gathering indoors, you should have a well-ventilated area by opening windows and using an

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air purifier. Have all your guests wear a mask, and they should routinely wash their hands. Another tip suggested by the CDC is to keep the music level down to avoid people shouting and further spreading air droplets. Stay safe, wear your mask, and wash your hands.

Stay safe this Thanksgiving by following CDC guidelines.

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SCVA continues to support local businesses through Gift Certificate Program

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OVID-19 changed the way that many of our businesses function. They had to be innovative to keep their doors open, lights on and maintain staff. The Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association (SCVA) quickly responded to the needs of members, creating a gift certificate program to help them prosper through this current storm. “Our small businesses are the backbone of our tourism industry,” stated Roberta ByronLockwood, President/CEO. “It’s our friends and neighbors who are small business owners. They get up early to prepare their specialty shop; family restaurant; or hotels, inns and B&Bs for the day. Their commitment and quality of

their products and hospitality are why our travelers visit and return yearafter-year. It is a time for us to support those who have made the Sullivan Catskills a world recognized destination,” Byron-Lockwood, continued. The goal for the SCVA Gift Certificate Program is to encourage residents and visitors to shop on our quaint main streets, dine at our renowned restaurants and overnight at one of our prized accommodations. The Sullivan

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Catskills has an eclectic array of unique businesses where one can dine at a Michelin quality restaurant or purchase a one-of-a-kind treasure. This program is a way to showcase each one! For every $100 a customer spends on a gift certificate, the SCVA matches it with $25—benefiting the consumer and business. So many of the SCVA businesses found this program beneficial: “This has been so helpful during this pandemic!! Thank you so much and even though we are closing for good the Sullivan County Visitors Association is the only one that has HELPED or even tried to help!!” David J Lorenzo - Lorenzo’s Bistro. “The SCVA Gift Certificate Publisher: Co- Editors: Editorial Assistants: Production Manager: Design: Advertising Director: Assistant Advertising Director: Special Sections Coordinator: Advertising Coordinator: Business Manager: Assistant Business Manager: Telemarketing Coordinator: Monticello Office Manager: Classified Manager: Production Associates: Circulation & Distribution:

Program is a wonderful use of promotional dollars, it is a winwin for everyone involved. The SCVA successfully promoted us and proves it by putting their money where their mouth is. It is a fantastic concept!” Zeke Cochecton Fire Station. “Thank you so very much for all you guys do for the community. It is hugely appreciated!!” Annie – Annie’s Ruff Cutt. Check out the always growing list of participating businesses at sullivancatskills.com/gift-certificates/and buy a gift certificate to support Member Businesses. If you are an SCVA Member and you would like to be a part of this program, please email Tia Whipple at tlw@scva.net.

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Living Nativity happening in Beach Lake, PA Immanuel mean in your life in 2021? Beach Lake United Methodist Church holds in-person contemporary worship services at 7:55 a.m. and traditional worship services at 10:15 a.m. every Sunday. These services observe CDC guidelines by including face masks and social distancing, among other measures. Services may also be viewed online through www.BeachLakeUMC.com.

This Christmas Eve, at 7 pm, one service will be offered simultaneously in 4 different locations: live, socially distanced in-person in the church sanctuary; socially distanced in-person simulcasted in the church fellowship hall, simulcasted via radio from the safety of one’s vehicle in the church parking lot, or simulcasted on Facebook or YouTube from the safety and comfort of one’s home.

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020 has been a LONG, HARD year. Why not start your Christmas celebration early by seeking and finding the Babe in the manger? On Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5, from 7-8pm, Beach Lake United Methodist Church invites you to enjoy a free drive-through Living Nativity. The church is located on Milanville Road, across from the Beach Lake Fire Hall, and is visible from Rt. 652, in Beach Lake, PA. Just like the Trail of Tales held in early November, this event can be enjoyed by all, ages zero to ninetynine. The drive-through Living Nativity will allow attendees to experience the journey to the manger from the safety and warmth of their vehicle. Participants will start with the Prophet Isaiah and continue on

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t’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is just a few days away and the holiday shopping season is here. With concerns about the pandemic and possible return to lockdowns, many online retailers are offering early “Black Friday” sales and other deep discounts for home shoppers. But many of these online merchants are taking away business from our local merchants. Fortunately, we have a number of local establishments that offer, in addition to in-store shopping, online shopping as well as curbside pickup, and the extra “personal touch” and customer assistance that is missing when you order from a big box store or online business that is far away. For fly-fishers, there is a wealth of

gift opportunities to choose from that will fit within pretty much any budget. Beginning with flies, if you consider how long the fishing season is (in most streams from April 1 – October 15, and even year-round in the special fishing regulation “NoKill” areas) fly-fishers can go through a lot of flies each year. Whether dry flies, wet flies, nymphs or streamers, most anglers would be happy to receive a box of flies, especially if they do not tie their own. Another thought along the same line is a basic fly-tying kit for those who are beginners or who have not yet tied their own flies; or tools and materials for fly-tying for those who do. Beaverkill Angler offers fly-tying classes over the winter, which might be a thoughtful gift – you can call and inquire at 607-498-5194. Or how about a gift of a fly-fishing

lesson – lessons are offered at both Beaverkill Angler and Dette Flies (845-439-1166). Other gift ideas include fly boxes, tippets (4x, 5x, 6x, 7x are the most popular and are very-much used

Two items that would be wellappreciated that not all anglers have are a fishing journal to record their catches and observations, and a sturdy stream thermometer in a sturdy metal case, which will come in handy especially during the warm days of summer.

and needed for fly-fishing) fly lines or a new net. Items that not every angler has that are useful include a water thermometer (which is especially helpful during the warm days of summer) and a measuring tape

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There are a number of styles and sizes of fishing nets on the market that would make a nice gift for the angler on your list. And don’t forget a net retriever to affix the net to the back of the fishing vest.

with perhaps a little fishing journal in which catches can be recorded. You might consider a fishing vest or backpack for storing fishing tackle and flies while fishing. Polarized sunglasses are helpful, as well as a good-quality rain jacket and hat. And then there are largerticket items such as a new rod and reel or waders. There are how-to books and videos available on flytying and fly-fishing that are sure to bring pleasant thoughts to those dreaming about their favorite pasttime during the long, cold winter nights. In addition to “how-to” books, there are many books about fishing – perhaps one that features the angler’s favorite river or stream or region to fish might be a good fit. For more suggestions, call or visit one of our local outdoor shops. Nearby, in the fly-fishing towns of Livingston Manor and Roscoe, you can order by phone and pick up ‘curbside’ in addition to ordering online – at Dette Flies and Beaverkill Angler. Trout Town Flies will be open until the end of November, but the other shops will remain open through the entire holiday season. Fur Fin & Feather is located at 111 DeBruce Rd, Livingston Manor, and is open Wednesdays through Sundays – store hours are from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Wednesday thru Saturday, and 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Sunday. They do not have a website but have plenty of merchandise in their store. Call 845-439-4476 for more information. Dette Flies is located at 13 Main

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The Town of Wallkill Boys & Girls G Clubs is proud to su uppor t The Giving Tree, a project that places clothin ng and gif ts in the hands of children across Nor thern n Orange & Sullivan Counties.

St., Livingston Manor and their website can be found at detteflies.com. They are currently offering their “biggest sale ever” for the fall, with 25 percent to 40 percent off many of their most popular offerings. You can order by telephone and pick up “curbside”; or place your order online (detteflies.com) They are currently offering free shipping on orders over $25, and the store is open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. seven days a week. For more information please call (845) 439-1166 or email flyshop@detteflies.com. Beaverkill Angler is located at 64 Stewart Avenue, Roscoe. Their winter hours are Friday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A note on their website (beaverkillangler.com) states that they are currently only able to accept curbside and online orders. They are offering free shipping on orders of $50 or more. For more information please call (607) 4985194 or email mail@beaverkillangler.com. And for those who can’t decide which gift to purchase or are hesitant in buying equipment that they may not be familiar with, you can purchase a gift certificate at any of the above shops, and you will still be supporting our local merchants. Happy Shopping!

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November 9 through De ecember 4, donors can sign up at any of our Giving Tree locations, ta ake an ornament and return a gift for the child listed on their ornament. From December 5-21, we will collect, wrap, and distribute gifts to Club kids and other children in our counties.

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Cooper Arias: Mongaup Valley, NY

St. Paul’s Evangeliccal Lutheran Church: Liberty, NY

Crystal Run Healthcare: Middletown, NY

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The Gibbs Team at Keller William Re ealty: Middletown, NY

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Liberty Fitness Center: Liberty, NY

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Shop local in Jeffersonville County, they’re ready and able to serve the needs of all those community members. Sometimes setting someone on the path of a little long-term financial planning is a great way to teach financial responsibility. Jeff Bank has all you need to start a child or younger family member on their way - from personal checking or savings accounts to savings bonds and other services. By offering residents convenient and secure banking, by making customer satisfaction the ultimate goal, and by forging special relationships with its

Jeff Bank Walking through the doors of Jeff Bank reminds you how important our small town spirit really is. Jeff Bank is all about their community, and with 11 branches in Sullivan County, and one branch in Orange

Holiday Gift Certificates Available

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customers—its neighbors—Jeff Bank has become a trusted Sullivan County tradition, a tradition that is now one hundred years old. Visit them today at www.jeffbank.com for branch locations, hours and other information.

and they and other retail businesses may be closed before the holiday season arrives.

Secret Garden The Secret Garden, located at 4917 State Route 52 in Jeffersonville, is well known among locals and those throughout Sullivan County for its diverse and unique selection of merchandize. As a retail gift shop offering many different choices for everyone, it’s the perfect place to look for those “hard to shop for” gifts. They even offer free gift wrapping too! The Secret Garden is open everyday except Sundays and Mondays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They can be reached at (845) 482-2283. The Secret Garden is encouraging potential customers to shop early

Michaelangelos Michelangelos Restaurant & Pizzeria, located at 4900 State Route 52 in Jeffersonville, is a proud family-owned and operated business that has been open for 36 years. Home of the New York style pizza and traditional Italian dishes, it’s

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Office Hours by Appointment Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm Sat 9am-12pm

• 24-hour Local and Long Distance Wheel Lift and Flatbed Towing • A/C & Transmission Service • Foreign & Domestic • Computerized Diagnostics • Computerized Wheel Alignments

(845) 482-5151

89 Schoolhouse Road Jeffersonville, NY 12748 845-482-5500

We are a group of dedicated professionals who strive to provide our patients with the most up-to-date medical, diagnostic, and surgical procedures in the most state-of-the-art veterinary hospital in our area. Our goal is to provide this care compassionately in a friendly and personal setting.

sion and eye health. There’s no greater gift this holiday season that the gift of sight! So call (845) 482-2425 to schedule an appointment or email info@eyesonmainst.com for more information. the perfect place to pick up some takeout dinner after a long day at work or shopping for the family. And they’ll be glad you did! With rave reviews and many dining options all at affordable prices, there’s sure to be something to satisfy any craving. They’re open every day of the week, except Sunday, from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. So swing by or place your order by calling (845) 482-3900.

Eyes on Main Have you every walked down Route 52 in Jeffersonville and felt as if you were being watched? Well, it might just be the giant pair of eyeglasses that adorn the front of Eyes on Main St. Optometry! Eyes on Main is located at 4895 State Route 52 in Jeffersonville and open Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Dr. Maegan Sauer-Erlwein, OD opened up shop with the goal of providing a new standard of comprehensive and quality eye care to our hometown friends and family. They believe that prevention is key, by offering cutting-edge eye care technology to ensure our patients maintain a lifetime of superior vi-

Jeff Sanitation, Inc.

FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR HOLIDAY LIST!

Several new jewelry lines... Fair Trade jewelry & bags. Fun & different kitchen items • Soy candles New Bath & Body lines - ‘Inis’ spray mist made in Ireland! Expanded Melissa & Doug area Plus children’s books & Home décor! FREE GIFT WRAPPING Sue Bodenstein Proprietor 4917 State Rte 52 Jeffersonville, NY

845-482-2283

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Dr. Maegan Sauer-Erlwein, OD (845)  482-2425

We accept all major credit cards

Come as a patient and leave as a friend

4895 St. Rt. 52, Jeffersonville, NY 12748 • www.EyesOnMainSt.com Tues. - Fri. 9 am - 5 pm • Sat. 9 am - 1 pm • Sun. & Mon. Closed

Saturdays 10 a.m through 6 p.m., and Sundays 10 a.m - 2 p.m. Looking for help finding something a little more specific? Feel free to call (845) 482-6001 or email vintagehouse@wlmcgroup.com for more information.

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Stunning Styles Need to look your best for the holiday season? Then there’s a place right in Jeffersonville to make that happen. Stunning Styles is a family salon that provides all types of hair services, facial waxing, and spray tans. Located at 4882 State Route 52, Stunning Styles is open on Mon-

A trip through some parts of Sullivan County is a reminder of what simple country life used to be like. The Vintage House, located at 4910 NY-52 in Jeffersonville, offers you that trip back in time. The Vintage House is a two-story house built in 1841 and filled with beautiful, eclectic, & charming antiques, collectibles, furnishings, & clothing. Each item is carefully selected and arranged to offer a truly special experience to anyone who comes through our door. With new items

Advanced ocular technology for optimal vision and eye health Comprehensive Eye Examinations • Diabetic Eye Exams Testing for Glaucoma, Cataracts and Macular Degeneration Eye Emergencies • Foreign Body Removal • Dry Eye Treatment

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arriving every week you’re sure to enjoy your shopping experience each time you visit! The Vintage House is open from Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m through 4 p.m, Fridays and

The Vintage House

Hometown optometrist and friendly staff providing professional and personalized experience

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P.O. Box 387, Jeffersonville, NY 12748 • (845)

days from 1 p.m until 8 p.m., Tuesdays from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m., Wednesdays 9 a.m to 6 p.m., as well as Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Stunning Styles backs up their work with a long list of positive reviews. Visit them on Facebook or call (845) 482-4259 to schedule an appointment.

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Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10-5 Closed Sundays & Mondays 86800

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Shop local in Jeffersonville County, they’re ready and able to serve the needs of all those community members. Sometimes setting someone on the path of a little long-term financial planning is a great way to teach financial responsibility. Jeff Bank has all you need to start a child or younger family member on their way - from personal checking or savings accounts to savings bonds and other services. By offering residents convenient and secure banking, by making customer satisfaction the ultimate goal, and by forging special relationships with its

Jeff Bank Walking through the doors of Jeff Bank reminds you how important our small town spirit really is. Jeff Bank is all about their community, and with 11 branches in Sullivan County, and one branch in Orange

Holiday Gift Certificates Available

YOUNGSVILLE GARAGE, INC.

customers—its neighbors—Jeff Bank has become a trusted Sullivan County tradition, a tradition that is now one hundred years old. Visit them today at www.jeffbank.com for branch locations, hours and other information.

and they and other retail businesses may be closed before the holiday season arrives.

Secret Garden The Secret Garden, located at 4917 State Route 52 in Jeffersonville, is well known among locals and those throughout Sullivan County for its diverse and unique selection of merchandize. As a retail gift shop offering many different choices for everyone, it’s the perfect place to look for those “hard to shop for” gifts. They even offer free gift wrapping too! The Secret Garden is open everyday except Sundays and Mondays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They can be reached at (845) 482-2283. The Secret Garden is encouraging potential customers to shop early

Michaelangelos Michelangelos Restaurant & Pizzeria, located at 4900 State Route 52 in Jeffersonville, is a proud family-owned and operated business that has been open for 36 years. Home of the New York style pizza and traditional Italian dishes, it’s

JEFFERSONVILLE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE

Office Hours by Appointment Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm Sat 9am-12pm

• 24-hour Local and Long Distance Wheel Lift and Flatbed Towing • A/C & Transmission Service • Foreign & Domestic • Computerized Diagnostics • Computerized Wheel Alignments

(845) 482-5151

89 Schoolhouse Road Jeffersonville, NY 12748 845-482-5500

We are a group of dedicated professionals who strive to provide our patients with the most up-to-date medical, diagnostic, and surgical procedures in the most state-of-the-art veterinary hospital in our area. Our goal is to provide this care compassionately in a friendly and personal setting.

sion and eye health. There’s no greater gift this holiday season that the gift of sight! So call (845) 482-2425 to schedule an appointment or email info@eyesonmainst.com for more information. the perfect place to pick up some takeout dinner after a long day at work or shopping for the family. And they’ll be glad you did! With rave reviews and many dining options all at affordable prices, there’s sure to be something to satisfy any craving. They’re open every day of the week, except Sunday, from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. So swing by or place your order by calling (845) 482-3900.

Eyes on Main Have you every walked down Route 52 in Jeffersonville and felt as if you were being watched? Well, it might just be the giant pair of eyeglasses that adorn the front of Eyes on Main St. Optometry! Eyes on Main is located at 4895 State Route 52 in Jeffersonville and open Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Dr. Maegan Sauer-Erlwein, OD opened up shop with the goal of providing a new standard of comprehensive and quality eye care to our hometown friends and family. They believe that prevention is key, by offering cutting-edge eye care technology to ensure our patients maintain a lifetime of superior vi-

Jeff Sanitation, Inc.

FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR HOLIDAY LIST!

Several new jewelry lines... Fair Trade jewelry & bags. Fun & different kitchen items • Soy candles New Bath & Body lines - ‘Inis’ spray mist made in Ireland! Expanded Melissa & Doug area Plus children’s books & Home décor! FREE GIFT WRAPPING Sue Bodenstein Proprietor 4917 State Rte 52 Jeffersonville, NY

845-482-2283

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Dr. Maegan Sauer-Erlwein, OD (845)  482-2425

We accept all major credit cards

Come as a patient and leave as a friend

4895 St. Rt. 52, Jeffersonville, NY 12748 • www.EyesOnMainSt.com Tues. - Fri. 9 am - 5 pm • Sat. 9 am - 1 pm • Sun. & Mon. Closed

Saturdays 10 a.m through 6 p.m., and Sundays 10 a.m - 2 p.m. Looking for help finding something a little more specific? Feel free to call (845) 482-6001 or email vintagehouse@wlmcgroup.com for more information.

Giſts Worh Giving

Latest in fashion eye wear Contact Lenses

87876

482-0926

Stunning Styles Need to look your best for the holiday season? Then there’s a place right in Jeffersonville to make that happen. Stunning Styles is a family salon that provides all types of hair services, facial waxing, and spray tans. Located at 4882 State Route 52, Stunning Styles is open on Mon-

A trip through some parts of Sullivan County is a reminder of what simple country life used to be like. The Vintage House, located at 4910 NY-52 in Jeffersonville, offers you that trip back in time. The Vintage House is a two-story house built in 1841 and filled with beautiful, eclectic, & charming antiques, collectibles, furnishings, & clothing. Each item is carefully selected and arranged to offer a truly special experience to anyone who comes through our door. With new items

Advanced ocular technology for optimal vision and eye health Comprehensive Eye Examinations • Diabetic Eye Exams Testing for Glaucoma, Cataracts and Macular Degeneration Eye Emergencies • Foreign Body Removal • Dry Eye Treatment

RUBBISH REMOVAL – DUMPSTERS AVAILABLE 10, 15, 20 & 30 YD. ROLLOFFS AVAILABLE

arriving every week you’re sure to enjoy your shopping experience each time you visit! The Vintage House is open from Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m through 4 p.m, Fridays and

The Vintage House

Hometown optometrist and friendly staff providing professional and personalized experience

– RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE SERVICE –

P.O. Box 387, Jeffersonville, NY 12748 • (845)

days from 1 p.m until 8 p.m., Tuesdays from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m., Wednesdays 9 a.m to 6 p.m., as well as Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Stunning Styles backs up their work with a long list of positive reviews. Visit them on Facebook or call (845) 482-4259 to schedule an appointment.

YOU’RE GOING TO LIKE WHAT YOU SEE!

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13211

Scott Gaebel Route 52, Youngsville, NY

Dr. Moria L. Norris Dr. Luann Steele Dr. Allen Wachter Dr. Richard L. Schwalb

85524

With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s that time of year when people start making their list and checking it twice. With local businesses struggling right now to make ends meet amidst COVID-19 restrictions, it’s more important than ever to keep our dollars local. Here are just some of the places in Jeffersonville to shop this season:

Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10-5 Closed Sundays & Mondays 86800

Following All COVID Safety Protocals


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Holiday/Tree Lighting Events Friday, November 27 Gallery 222 4th Annual Holiday Market. Running through Dec. 20th. Social distancing and masks required. For info visit www.gallery222.org. Gallery open weekdays by appointment during the week via (845) 693-4119. ‘Light Up the Night’ Shop Local Event. Forget the usual Black Friday routine and get a head start on your Holiday Shopping at Callicoon’s ‘Light Up the Night” #ShopLocal Event! In lieu of our Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration, Callicoon businesses will be staying open late –until 8pm, for a festive evening of shopping local! We will kick off the evening with lighting the Callicoon Holiday Tree at sunset and will be playing festive music throughout the hamlet for a fun and safe evening of dining, shopping and supporting our local businesses. Social Distancing and safety protocols* we be in effect at all businesses, so you can enjoy your visit with Catskills Confidence. *Masks required. Greater Honesdale Paternership “Winter Wonderland” We invite you to watch a pre-recorded virtual star and tree lighting ceremony for “Winter Wonderland”at 7 PM. The recording will feature Honesdale High School choir performing our beloved song, “Winter Wonderland” with Santa

traditionally counting down to light the tree and star on Irving Cliff. Watch this event on our Facebook, GHP YouTube channel and www.visithonesdalepa.com. Canal Towne Emporium Dance of the Lights. 7 p.m. NIGHTLY November 27th to December 24th. Dance of the Lights is a holiday light show synchronized with music. It was designed and created by Michael Roosa and is sponsored by Canal Towne Emporium. Shows nightly until Christmas Eve. 107 Sullivan St., Wurtsboro.

Saturday, November 28 Honesdale, PA “Shopping in a Winter Wonderland” Our locally owned and operated small businesses will be eager and willing to make your day special. Starting at 10 AM, you can take a “winter wagon ride” decorated for the season. The wagon will take its last turn around town will be at 2 PM. Our Blacksmith and Chainsaw carver will be back by popular demand from 10 AM to 4 PM for you to watch or shop their wares. If you’re looking for a socially distanced photo opportunity with Santa, stop by the Park & Shop lot to see Santa on a caboose. The Stourbridge Line rail excursions will be offering Santa Express rides every weekend till Christmas or you can schedule a

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NOVEMBER 2020 cols have been put into place to fight the spread of COVID-19 at Holiday Market. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. BethelWoodsCenter.org. 1st Villa Roma Resort Holiday Parade 6 p.m. lineup, 7 p.m. parade start. Route will be through Villae Roma Road. Kick off the holiday season and come see decorated vehicles, fire trucks and more! COVID precautions and social distancing to be followed. Special area available for attendees who wish to stay in their vehicles. For more info email acarlucci@villaroma.com or call 887-4881, ext 4553.

Sunday, November 29 WSPL Take & Make - Scratch & Paint Leaf Ornaments. Nov. 29 - Dec. 5. Scratch & Paint is a super fun and easy craft for children of all ages! Simply use the "pen" to scratch off the outer leaf color and reveal what's hidden below. Each kit includes two leaves, a scratch pen & colored string to hang it from. All of our kits are free and available for contactless pick-up at each branch.Please register so we can have your packet ready for you www.WSPLonline.org.

on the www.WSPLonline.org calendar for the Zoom meeting link. Call 845-482-4350 for more info.

Tuesday, December 1 ONLINE EVENT - Make a Gingerbread House 6 - 7:30 p.m. via ZOOM. Ready to bake and decorate for the holiday? In the first class, learn everything you need to know to make an amazing gingerbread house. Bring you own baked sections to the second class (or purchase a gingerbread house kit) and assemble everything with personalized guided instructions by local cooking teacher and chef Debra Bigelisen. To register and to receive the Zoom information, send an email to: mamcirc@rcls.org..

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Monday, November 30 WSPL: Holiday Time With Kanopy 1 p.m. Join Dale and learn more about Your Library Card and Kanopy's free video, movie, and documentary streaming services available to you. Register in advance

Peace, Love & Lights at Bethel Woods. Running nightly (including all holidays) thru Jan. 3rd from 5 - 10 p.m. A drive-thru holiday light experience. The light show features a spectacular 120-foot Twinkle Tunnel and themed areas, including: Groovy Way, an Enchanted Forest, Snowflake Alley and Santa’s Workshop. Dinners with Santa, discounted tickets to The Museum at Bethel Woods, and special promotional nights will also be available. Tickets are sold as one carload, one price. For tickets/info visit bethelwoodscenter.org/lights. Living Nativity 7 - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday.

Beach Lake United Methodist Church invites you to enjoy a free drive-through Living Nativity. The church is located on Milanville Road, across from the Beach Lake Fire Hall, and is visible from Rt. 652., Beach Lake, PA. The drive-through Living Nativity will allow attendees to experience the journey to the manager from the safety and warmth of their vehicle. For more information about The Living Nativity and other upcoming events, please call the church office at (570) 7297011.

Saturday, December 5 Highland Lake FD Xmas Tree Sale. Every Weekend in December. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Highland Lake. Christmas Market and Gift Sale 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. We are packed with beautiful Christmas decorations and gift items! Masks required, temperature check will be done, crowd will be metered, and Social distancing will be observed. for more info call 966-3549. Roscoe Presbyterian Church, 1955 Old Route 17, Roscoe. Bethel Woods Holiday Market 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sat. & Sun. Free Admission. Each weekend will showcase a completely different selection of vendors. This guarantees an exciting and diverse shopping experience to guests each weekend, allows ample spacing between vendors to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for vendors and guests, as well as enable Bethel Woods to support as many local makers as possible. Stringent proto-

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cols have been put into place to fight the spread of COVID-19 at Holiday Market. 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel. BethelWoodsCenter.org

Monday, December 7 Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary’s 2020 Love Lites ceremony 6:30 p.m. Lights will be lit on trees outside the main entrance, each one symbolically honoring or remembering a loved one. The community is invited to participate in the program by filling out a coupon and sending in a suggested donation of $5 for each loved one named. The coupon can be found at the hospital information desk in the main lobby or on the hospital’s website, www.wmh.org.Wayne Memorial Hospital, 601 Park Street, Honesdale, PA.

Tuesday, December 8 ONLINE EVENT - Make a Gingerbread House 6 - 7:30 p.m. via ZOOM. Ready to bake and decorate for the holiday? In the first class, learn everything you need to know to make an amazing gingerbread house. Bring you own baked sections to the second class (or purchase a gingerbread house kit) and assemble everything with personalized guided instructions by local cooking teacher and chef Debra Bigelisen. To register and to receive the Zoom information, send an email to: mamcirc@rcls.org.

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or nearly 15 years, Canal Towne Emporium in Wurtsboro has hosted the Dance of the Lights light show. Dance of the Lights is performed every single night from the day after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve beginning at 7 p.m. Each show is 15 minutes long, featuring four songs. For 2020, they are re-introducing Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer in a new light and music version. The show takes place on the outside of Canal Towne Emporium, with the audience standing across the street. The lights stretch across the entire front of Canal Towne and features exciting patterns that ‘dance’ along with the music. The show has been presented

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for about 15 years, starting as the brainchild of Michael Roosa, who

moved the light show from the front of his house to Canal Towne,

where it has been ever since. While Michael has ‘retired’ from active show and design duties, Dance of the Lights continues under Canal Towne co-owner Gary Holmes, with new lighting effects and a rotating roster of songs added every year. Over 10,000 lights are strung for the show, along with animated figures, taking dozens of hours to set up, with each new song taking up to 40 hours to individually program. Dance of the Lights has become an annual family tradition, with folks coming from all over as part of their holiday celebration. Canal Towne itself is open during this period from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. On Sunday, they close at 5 p.m. but the light show still goes on at 7 p.m. on Sundays, as well.


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ethel Woods Center for the Arts, together with Pamal Broadcasting, will host Peace, Love & Lights, a drive-thru holiday light experience at the historic site of the 1969 Woodstock festival in Bethel. The light show, totaling just over one mile, will open Monday, November 23 and run nightly (including all holidays) through Sunday, January 3 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Peace, Love & Lights, powered by Healey Brothers and presented by the Sullivan Catskills Visitors Association, will be filled with LED lighting and animated displays. The light show features a spectacular 120-foot Twinkle Tunnel and themed areas, including: Groovy Way, an

Enchanted Forest, Snowflake Alley and Santa’s Workshop. Dinners with Santa, discounted tickets to The Museum at Bethel Woods, and special promotional nights will also be available. Tickets for Peace, Love & Lights are now on sale and are sold as one carload, one price. Purchasing tickets in advance is highly recommended. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Bethel Woods Center for the Arts’ nonprofit mission based programming. For more information, please visit bethelwoodscenter.org/lights. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts will also hold its annual Holiday Market.

The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the first two weekends of Peace, Love & Lights: Saturday and Sunday, November 28 and 29 and December 5 and 6. Each weekend will showcase a completely different selection of vendors,

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The Bethel Woods annual Holiday Market is a great place to find gifts for yourself and loved ones. and COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place.

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hirty years ago Brandi Merolla began buying vintage Christmas ornaments at yard sales here in the region. She was drawn to the classic colors of Shiny-Brite balls, old fashioned Santa Claus’, reindeer, kneehuggers and snowmen ornaments. Twenty years later, after amassing a huge vintage ornament collection, Merolla started making wreaths with her acquisitions. With a long career in display-making for FAO Schwarz and the record industry, she began assembling vintage elements in her wreaths, hearkening the nostalgia of holidays gone

by, while recycling all at the same time. The Narrowsburg Union is showing scores of Merolla’s newest Vintage Ornament Wreaths in their Eagle, Owl and Hawk Galleries from November 27 - January 4. “My wreath show promises to take viewers of all ages away to happier times.” The Vintage Ornament Wreath Show hours are Monday-Saturday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Union is located at 7 Erie Avenue in Narrowsburg. All wreaths are for sale.

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Twenty years later, after amassing a huge vintage ornament collection, Merolla started making wreaths with her acquisitions.

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as ordering deadlines for each company. For example, O&H allows customers to pre-order Kringle and schedule a preferred delivery date in the future. • Create hygge: Evoking the sights, sounds and aromas of a typical holiday season will help make this year feel more cheerful. Take a cue from Danish culture and embrace hygge. Pronounced “hoo-ga,” it means

creating a cozy atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life, such as the warm glow of candlelight or a steaming cup of cocoa -and there is no better time of year to do it than the holiday season. This year might be especially difficult for families who are physically separated, but there are many ways to spread cheer and keep traditions alive. (StatePoint)

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s we approach the 2020 holidays, our thoughts turn to celebrating the season. Part of that celebration traditionally includes giving thanks for everything we have, and sharing our bounty with those less fortunate. While we don’t have room to mention all the local charities, here are 11 ideas for sharing what you can with our fellow Sullivan County residents.

1) Federation for the Homeless The Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless operates the only full-time soup kitchen in Sullivan County. Right now, due to COVID-19, volunteer opportunities are limited, so call the number below for more information. ShopRite of Monticello is offering pre-made bags for customers to purchase with donations going to the Federation. The bags, priced at around $5 each, include shelf-stable foods for the holiday, like stuffing mix, canned vegeta-

bles and gravy to help families create the holiday. No individual food or clothing donations are being accepted at this time, but cash donations are always welcome. Just use the “Donate” button on their website: www.scfederation.org or call 794-2604. 2) Animal Rescue and Services Animal rescue and adoption agencies in Sullivan County can always use assistance. You can help by fostering, adopt-

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The Sullivan SPCA can always use your help with fostering, adopting, volunteering and donating. Sage, here, is eagerly awaiting some attention.

ing, volunteering, donating wish-list items, and with cash donations. Shelter hours are by appointment. Check out websites or Facebook pages for ways to donate. Look for: Sullivan County SPCA (www.sullivanspca.org), Catskill Animal Rescue (www.catskillanimalrescue.net), Rocky’s Refuge (www.rockysrefuge.org), Equine Rescue (www.equine-rescue.org), The Animal Rights Alliance (T.A.R.A.) low cost spaying and neutering (www.tara-spayneuter.org), and Happy Kitty (Facebook), which reduces the number of stray and feral cats by humanely trapping, neutering/spaying and releasing.

The Delaware Valley Opera performed the popular Gilbert & Sullivan operetta “The Mikado” back in 2017 to standingroom-only houses.

3) Performing Arts Organizations and Venues Unable to perform or showcase, arts organizations and venues have been suffering greatly during the pandemic and can really use your help to stay afloat. No donation is too small to assist these establishments that have brought so much joy to so many hearts. This list is by no means inclusive, as there are many arts programs in Sullivan County. Consider a search at: sullivancatskills.com

(explore; art and culture). Here is a sampling of arts groups that can use your help: the Forestburgh Playhouse (www.fbplayhouse.org), the Shandelee Music Festival (www.shandelee.org), Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (www.bethelwoodscenter.org), the Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop (www.scdw.net), Hurleyville Arts Centre (hurleyvilleartscentre.org), Delaware Valley Opera (delawarevalleyopera.com), North American Cultural Laboratory

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(www.nacl.org), Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (delawarevalleyartsalliance.org), Sullivan County Community Chorus (scchorus.org), Catskill Art Society (www.catskillartsociety.org), and Nesin Cultural Arts www.nesinculturalarts.org. 4) For the kids Sponsored by the Town of Wallkill Boys & Girls Club, The Giving Tree, is a gift drive for clothing and gifts that benefits over 400 children in need in Sullivan and northern Orange counties. Non-denominational holiday trees have ornaments that list a child’s first name, age, size and hobby information. Now through December 4, you can take an ornament and buy an appropriate gift, returning it for Club staff and members to distribute to children in need. Find a Giving Tree host site at www.bgcorange.org/news-events/the-giving-tree.html or call 342-8833. Also, if you have the means, please consider donating to Frost Valley YMCA. Each summer, Frost Valley YMCA provides exceptional outdoor experiences for over 4,000 children through day and overnight camp programs that include but are not limited to: equestrian camp, farm camp, adventure trips, a “Kidney Camp” for children with kidney disease or transplants, and of course the traditional overnight camp that Frost Valley has provided since 1885. To donate, visit https://donate.frostvalley.org/campaign/2020-year-end-campaign/c304072.

toward providing food and education. Volunteers are also needed. Find out more at www.asinglebite.org or call 4821030. 6) Family Services Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan and Ulster is sponsoring an Adopt-aFamily Christmas Giving Program that accepts donations of toys, winter clothing, gift cards and cash. Contact Catholic Charities Resource Exchange Coordinator Michael Peters at 562-4733 or write to him at Michael.Peters@cccsos.org. Gifts should be delivered by December 11. 7) Advocacy Action Toward Independence (ATI), with offices in Monticello and Middletown, promotes independence, inclusion, participation and personal choice, and advocates for the legal and civil rights of individuals with disabilities. Services and programs include mental health peer support, veterans' advocacy, educational support, benefits advisement, skills training and loan programs. ATI assists people in reaching their goals, whether it be independent living, job attainment or assistance with federal or state programs, organizations or businesses. ATI accepts cash donations as well as cars, boats, motorcycles and other vehicles. Find out more at www.atitoday.org or at 794-4228. 8) Literacy Volunteers & Libraries One in five adults in Sullivan County functions at the lowest level of literacy. Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County (LV) PLEASE SEE GIVING, 24GB

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5) Food Hunger, unfortunately, is always with us. Many local towns have food pantries based at local houses of worship. Find your local food pantry by calling your town, church or synagogue, or contribute to food drives at supermarkets and other stores. The Youth Economic Group (YEG) in Liberty is accepting cash donations for their food drive at Paesano’s Pizza, the Liberty Diner and Casi’s Family Diner (all in Liberty). Gift cards and nonperishable food items can also be donated – call 539-5069 to find out where. Also, consider donating to A Single Bite. Founded by Sims Foster and Kirsten Harlow Foster of Foster Supply Hospitality, A Single Bite, was instituted four years ago to educate and empower young people to care about the food they eat and where it comes from. When schools closed due to COVID-19, the organization started providing free, healthy meals to help local needy families. Donations go

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An abundance of gifts was brought to the Liberty Fitness Center for their Giving Tree sponsored by The Town of Wallkill Boys & Girls Club.


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ues to bring beauty to our county and work toward healthy communities. Find out more at www.sullivanrenaissance.org or by calling 295-2445. With offices in both Bethel, NY and Hawley, PA, the mission of the Delaware Highlands Conservancy is to conserve the forests, farmland, clean waters, and wildlife habitat of the Upper Delaware River region in partnership with the region’s landowners and communities. Fore more info, visit delawarehighlands.org or call 583-1010. CAROL MONTANA | DEMOCRAT

Part of the mission of Catskill Mountainkeeper is to protect our region's wild lands and natural resources.

offers one-on-one training and smallgroup tutoring in Basic Literacy, English as a Second Language, Citizenship, and High School Equivalency training. All pandemic protocols are followed. You can help by donating books or cash, buying gift certificates or volunteering to become a tutor. For more info, visit www.literacysullivan.org or call 794-0017. Many Sullivan County libraries have opportunities for volunteers and many also accept donations of books and/or cash. Find out more by contacting your local library or access their website by

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going to rcls.org. 9) Environmental agencies Catskill Mountainkeeper’s mission is to protect the region’s natural resources, and all that entails, including advocating for a transition to a 100 percent clean energy future. For more info, call 4391230 or www.catskillmountainkeeper.org. Founded in 2000, Sullivan Renaissance strives for neighborhood cleanup, beautification and sustainable community development. Through its many grant and volunteer programs, Renaissance contin-

10) Sullivan County Head Start Sullivan County Head Start (HS) is an

early childhood development program primarily serving low-income preschoolage children and their families. Besides education, HS also provides medical and dental screenings, healthy meals, and a safe setting for indoor/outdoor play. Funded by the federal government (80 percent), HS also relies on local government and the community (20 percent). These contributions may be in the form of “in-kind” services (donations of goods or services or volunteer hours) and monetary donations. For more information visit headstart-sullivancounty.org or call 434-4164. 11) A gift of your time While COVID-19 has shaken things up, remember that many charitable organizations can use volunteers. Consider donating a gift of your time by coaching your Little League, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Donate your services at Rural Sullivan County Housing, The Arc Sullivan-Orange, New Hope or the Center for Discovery, Aids Related Community Services, Planned Parenthood, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, and many others. Opportunities abound. Pitch in and feel the warmth that comes from charitable giving.

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