To many, the Ulster County Legislature seems like an obscure body with vague powers, but the people you elect to it have the power to spend vast sums of your money and to make decisions that will seriously impact you.
It’s magical. Everyone enjoys each other’s company and looks forward to the weekly gathering never knowing for sure who will be there or what will be celebrated and discussed.
When entering Fighting Spirit Karate Studio, the large 3-D sea turtle swimming out of the wall immediately draws your attention.
For nearly 10 years the Smiths have participated in the program, Walks and Talks, by the Wallkill Valley Land Trust.
Thirteen years ago, a small wine and liquor shop opened at 119 Main Street in the Hamlet of Gardiner.
One of Gardiner’s most popular offerings is the Gardiner Summer Recreation Program.
Recently, Historic Huguenot Street acquired some account ledgers and a ciphering book once kept by Philip Hasbrouck (1783-1841), a merchant, farmer and distiller.
In the last issue we neglected to mention that Gardiner Liquid Mercantile won “Best Barn-To-Bar,” and the non-profit organization, Sunflower Art Studios, won “Best Artist Co-op.”
What began as a fun initiative to start a girl’s skate crew has become a bold statement of female empowerment.
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