Free Vision Screening for Children

ACCORD LADIES AUXILIARY St Patrick's BUFFET BREAKFAST

Town Government News

New town website:  www.townofrochester.ny.gov

Elder Care Program

Transfer Station Hours Changes

Kerhonkson Synagogue receives Grant

Marbletown head-on crash injures both drivers

Kerhonkson woman hurt in rear-end collision

Kerhonkson man made death threats, deputies say

 

 

 

Free Vision Screening for Children

Little Ones Learning Center in conjunction with the Rondout Valley Lions Club, will host a free vision screening on March 4 and 8 (snow made March 110 from 10am to 12noon at the Rochester Reformed Church.  The program is intended for children ages 1-5 and parents must provide a signed consent form.  The Lions Club SEE Program has screened over 30,000 children in New York State.  To schedule a screening, call 626-4412 or Don Lee at 626-7249.

 

 

ACCORD LADIES AUXILIARY St Patrick's BUFFET BREAKFAST

SUNDAY, MARCH 16

8AM - 11:30am

22 MAIN STREET @ ACCORD FIRE HOUSE

No storm date available

DONATION:

ADULTS & CHILD 12 & OVER - $6

SENIORS & CHILDREN UNDER 12 - $5

CHLIDREN UNDER 5 FREE

Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs; Saugages; Homefries; coffee, tea, juice, etc.

 

 

Town Government News

 

New town website:  www.townofrochester.ny.gov

 

Elder Care Program

The Town of Rochester has established an Elder Care Program in which participants would be contacted/visited by the Town Constabulary during an emergency.  Transportation would also be provided to the Town’s sheltering facilities.  Residents can also enroll to receive periodic non-emergency visits.  For further information, visit eldercard@townofrochester.ny.gov or mail: Town of Rochester Eldercare Program, PO Box 65, Accord, NY 12404.  Telephone: 845-204-8841.  Volunteers are also welcome.

 

Transfer Station Hours Changes

New Hours:  Tuesday, Friday and Saturday 8am to 4pm.

Closed on other days.

 

 

Kerhonkson Synagogue receives Grant

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has provided a $10,000 grant to the Kerhonkson S ynagogue to help fund façade and stained glass window restoration.

The Kerhonkson Synagogue was built by Jewish settlers in the early 20th Century and is one of only 20 surviving pre-1950 synagogues in the Catskills.

 

 

Marbletown head-on crash injures both drivers

Freeman, Wednesday, February 19, 2014

 

MARBLETOWN >> An 18-year-old from Ulster Park was ticketed after a two-car, head-on collision on Lucas Turnpike sent him and the other driver to area hospitals, police said on Wednesday.

 

Jonathan Devoll was northbound on Lucas Turnpike in a 1994 Dodge Ram about 5:45 p.m. Tuesday when he crossed the center pavement markings and struck a 2007 Honda SUV driven by Timothy Barcone, 37, of Kerhonkson, according to the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office.

 

Barcone, who had to be extricated from his vehicle, was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Poughkeepsie, deputies said; Devoll complained of back pain and was taken to Health Alliance Hospital’s Broadway Campus in Kingston.

 

Deputies said Devoll was ticketed for the violations of speeding and failure to keep right.

 

Kerhonkson woman hurt in rear-end collision

 

Freeman, Friday, February 7, 2014

 

KERHONKSON >> A 46-year-old Kerhonkson woman was injured Thursday morning in a two-car accident at Minnewaska Trail and U.S. Route 44/state Route 55, according to the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office.

 

Suzette Yenzer of Berme Road was treated at the scene for minor injuries and was later taken to Ellenville Regional Hospital, deputies said.

 

At about 7:10 a.m., deputies said, Yenzer, who was driving a 2012 Nissan sedan eastbound, was stopped on Berme Road in Kerhonkson when her vehicle was struck in the rear by a 2005 Toyota sedan operated by Paul Einfeldt, 45, of Minnewaska Trail, Kerhonkson.

 

Deputies said Einfeldt, who was not injured, failed to see traffic stopping ahead of him. No tickets were issued.

 

Kerhonkson man made death threats, deputies say

 

Freeman, Thursday, February 6, 2014

 

KERHONKSON >> A 57-year-old man was arrested after threatening to kill a man and his family, the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

 

Gregory J. Sage, of Terwilliger Road, Kerhonkson, was arrested at his home Wednesday and charged with the misdemeanors of menacing and aggravated harassment, deputies said.

 

The Sheriff’s Office said it was notified at 6:50 p.m. Tuesday about several alleged harassing phone calls made by Sage to a business owner regarding the business owner and his family. Police did not identify the business owner or the business.

 

Sage was sent to the Ulster County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail.