March 14, 2001 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Fundraiser At FAO Schwarz In White Plains Benefits HV Hospital Center

FAO Schwarz invites you to a "Shop and Give Day" at the Westchester Mall in White Plains on Saturday, March 31st from 10 am to 9 pm. 10% of the day More...

Cold Spring Lions Club Donates To Putnam County Children’s Committee Scholarship Fund

The Cold Spring Lions Club has made a contribution of $150 to The Putnam County Children More...

Scenic Hudson’s Great River Sweep Seeks Volunteers

For those looking to get outside and spend time along the Hudson River this spring, Scenic Hudson is offering a terrific opportunity. More...

Putnam County Office For The Aging’s Adult Day Care Extends Hours

The Putnam County Office for the Aging is pleased to announce that their Adult Day Care Program is extending its More...

Practical Nursing Students’ "Capping" Postponed

Seventeen adults in the full time Practical Nursing program at Putnam/Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) will be "capped" in a special ceremony on March 16. More...

AISE Seeks Families For Student Exchanges

Caring families are being sought to host high school exchange students from over 23 countries, it was announced March 5th by the American Intercultural Student Exchange, Inc. (AISE). This year will be the 20th Anniversary of AISE More...

Philipstown Republican Committee to Honor Eugene DiBenedetto

The Philipstown Republican Committee will be recognizing one of it More...

CPA Scholarship Deadline April 16th

The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) has announced that applications are available for the Excellence in Accounting Scholarship Award. More...

CH Energy Group Establishes Annual "Opportunities Unlimited Scholarship"

CH Energy Group, Inc. More...

Legislator Tamagna Leads New York State Delegation For Resource Conservation & Development

The National Leadership Forum for Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Councils convened a nationwide meeting in Washington D.C. on February 10-12, 2001. More...

Homebuyers Seminars Offered By Putnam County Housing Corporation

The Putnam County Housing Corporation (PCHC) will begin a five-part Homebuyer More...

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Held At Butterfield Library

The Butterfield Library celebrated St. Patrick More...

Governor Unveils New, Improved Website For New York State

Governor Pataki ushered in a new era in New York State government on March 1st by unveiling the State More...

Police Activity

Sheriff More...

Kristy Lindemann On Dean’s List

Kristy Lindemann, daughter of Alex and Karen Lindemann of Carmel, has been named to the Dean More...

2001 Harlem Line Railroad Excursion And Grand Central Terminal Tour

The Southeast Museum is offering a spring Harlem Line Railroad Excursion and Tour of Grand Central Terminal on Sunday, April 1, 2001. Led by local railroad historian Louis V. More...

AARP To Meet

The Cold Spring - Philipstown AARP will have its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 20th at 1pm at the VFW Building on Kemble Avenue. More...

Father Cecil Scantlebury

To Speak At St. Mary More...

Beacon Man And Youth Arrested In Philipstown On Several Charges

On March 3, Frederick L. Touhey, age 19, of Beacon, was arrested and charged with criminal possession of stolen property in the 3rd degree, a class D felony, petit larceny and endangering the welfare of a child, both class A misdemeanors. More...

Red Cross Lifeguard Training Starting

On Sunday, March 25th, the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course will be offered. This course is geared to lifeguards who need to update their skills and be ready to teach the new Lifeguard Training course. More...

Men Who Cook Announce Fund Raiser Date

The sixth annual Men Who Cook dinner will be held at the Starr Ridge Road Banquet Hall in Brewster on April 21st at 7 pm. More...

Talk of the Town

...Happy Birthday to Danielle Mayo, who turned 13 years old on March 6th. Her sister, Katie Mayo, turned 16 years old on March 7th. Best wishes to you both! More...

Raffle Tickets To Benefit Bannerman Island Preservation Efforts Going Fast

Roberta Griffin of Esopus, has painted a beautiful oil of Bannerman Castle on Pollepel Isle- (Bannerman Island). The painting will be raffled off at the Fishkill Town Hall on March 30th, at 12 pm. More...

Insurance Fraud Charges Lead To Arrest Of Brewster Woman

Putnam County District Attorney, Kevin Wright, announced earlier this month the arrest of 51 year old Amelia DeCosmo, concluding a six month investigation by his Office into her scheme to defraud her insurance company out of more than $10,000.00. More...

Franciscan Friars Plan St. Patrick’s Day Activities

On Sunday, March 18th, the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement in Garrison will host an Irish Music Concert at Graymoor, featuring a program of uilleann pipes, fiddle, flute, and whistle. More...

DEC Presents Watershed Education Program For Educators

Attention Educators! Are you looking to get your students excited about science? How about letting them get their feet wet with an interactive watershed education program brought straight into your classroom. More...

lst Annual Highlands Audubon Society Dinner To Feature Wildlife Pathologist

Dr. Ward Stone, Wildlife Pathologist for New York State More...

Free White Flowering Dogwood Trees

Ten free white flowering dogwood trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation during March 2001. More...

Bird & Bottle Inn Hosts Appreciation Day

Appreciation Day at the Bird & Bottle Inn brought out a host of neighbors including Sandy Saunders and his trusty steed. Most guests arrived by car, but Mr. More...

Cold Spring Lions Club Receives New Scholarship Fund

In 1961, 40 years ago, a Haldane High School graduate was the first recipient of a scholarship sponsored by the Cold Spring Lions Club. This young man did not forget that honor. That young man was Anthony Merante. More...

Historical Society Members Get Overview of New Master Plan, Elect Officers

Members of the Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum (PCHS&FSM) got an early glimpse of a planned new museum building and restoration of an old one, received updates on Society programs, elected officers, and heard from lea More...

Antique Appraisal Day At Butterfield Library

Visit the Butterfield Library on Saturday, March 24th between the hours of 10am - 2pm to have your antiques appraised by fine and decorative art expert Ronald DeSilva. More...

Staley/Gretzinger To Host Benefit Luncheon & Fashion Show, March 31st

The Staley/Gretzinger Retail Store will be presenting their third Benefit Luncheon and Fashion Show on Saturday, March 31st at 12:00 noon at the Northgate at Dockside Restaurant in Cold Spring. More...

Brian Moura On Berry College Dean’s List

Brian Moura of Carmel has been named to the Dean More...

Pacific Intercultural Exchange Seeking Host Families For Students

Pacific Intercultural Exchange (PIE) has announced that they are looking for families that are interested in hosting a special young ambassador from the Former Soviet Union for the upcoming academic year. More...

Highland Garden Club To Meet

The Highland Garden Club will meet at the Butterfield Memorial Library at 1pm on Tuesday, March 27th. The program will be announced at that time. More...

St. Patrick’s Day Dinner At St. Mary’s On March 17th

The Women of St. Mary More...

Philipstown Brownies Visit Danish Adult Home

Brownie Troop 2032 visited the Danish Adult Home in Croton, NY in December. The girls made gifts and cards and presented them to the residents. The Troop sang Christmas carols, including a Danish song for the residents. More...

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