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ST. MARY’SEPISCOPAL CHURCHIN THE HIGHLANDS1 Chestnut Street,Cold SpringFr. Shane Scott-Hamblen, Rector, 265-2539Mr. Ron Greene, SeniorWarden, 265-3624www.stmaryscoldspring.dioceseny.orgSun. Masses:
8am (spoken);10:30am (sung); Sundayschool in Parish Hall dur-ing 10:30 mass
Thurs. Fri. & Sun.:
AA in parish hall, 8pm
FRANCISCAN FRIARSOF THE ATONEMENTRoute 9, Garrison424firstname.lastname@example.orgSunday Eucharist
- 11am,Pilgrim Hall.
- Mon. - Sat.11:30am.
- Holy Hour, 8pm.
- 8pm.Monthly Prayer Meeting 2nd Sunday of every month at 2pm. Recovery Inc. every
Renewal Farmers’ Market:
Every Friday, 10-3, duringgrowing season.
ST. JOSEPH’S CHAPELA mission Chapel of OurLady of Loretto ChurchUpper Station Rd.,Garrison, 265-3718
Sunday Mass: 10:15am
CHUANG YENMONASTERY2020 Rte 301, Carmel845email@example.comSunday programs:9-10am
- Chanting and Medi-tation
- Dharma Talk
- Noon Book Discussion GroupVegetarian lunch, Saturdays& Sundays, 12-1pm
OUR LADY OFLORETTO CATHOLICCHURCHFair Street, Cold Spring(845) 265-3718www.ourladyoflorettocs.comFr. Brian McSweeney,Pastor
Masses: Sat. 5:30pm, Sun.7:30am, 9, & 11:45am.,Weekdays: 8:15am, St. Jo-seph’s - Sun., 10:15am. HolyDays: 8:15am & 7:30pm
ST. PHILIP’S CHURCHIN THE HIGHLANDS1101 Route 9D, Garrisonstphilips.highlands.comRev. Francis H. Geer, Rec.424-3571 - e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer schedule:8am - Holy Communion 10am - Main Service; child-care available for 10am ser-vice
GRACE UNITEDMETHODIST CHURCH337 Peekskill HollowRoad, Putnam ValleyPastor Tony Mecca845-526-3788Sunday Service & SundaySchool
: 10 am.
Prayer Service w/ Com-munion
: Tues 7 pm. “Tues-days w/ Tony” - Discussion group, 9am.
ST. LUKE’S LUTHERANCHURCH65 Oscawana Lake Rd.,Putnam Valleywww.stlukesputnamvalley.org528-8858,
- Service:9am, Coffee hour: 10:15am,Family Communion Serviceincluding Sunday School:10:30am
- Prayer Service, 8pm
TEMPLE BETH-EL118 GRAND AVE.,POUGHKEEPSIE845-454-0570www.templebethelpok.nyShalom Tots
- First Sat. of each month - 11:15am
FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH OFPHILIPSTOWNAcademy & CherryStreetsCold Spring - 265-3220Rev. Leslie Mott, Pastor
Worship Service: 10:00am Chancel Choir Rehearsal:Wednesdays 7pm Office Hours: Tue, Wed &Thu, 8-12Food Pantry: Saturdays9-10am
UNITED METHODISTCHURCHES OF COLDSPRING & SOUTHHIGHLAND (Garrison)(265-3365)South Highland UMC,19 Snake Hill Rd.GarrisonCold Spring UMC,216 Main StreetPastor Margaret (Peggy)Laemmel
South Highland in Garrison worship service at 9:30am.Cold Spring worship ser-vice at 11am.
- Bake Sale, Foodtown,9:30am-noon
COLD SPRINGBAPTIST CHURCH(American BaptistChurches, USA)Paul Laurelli(Interim Pastor)245 Main St., ColdSpring265-2022
Sunday Services, 10:30am
: Prayer- Fel-lowship time, 7pm
TEMPLE ISRAEL140 Lake DriveLake PeekskillRabbi Jeff Cymet845-528-2305Shabbat Services
: Fridays8pm; Saturdays 9:15am.
Sun. July 19
- Discussion & nosh: “Wandering Jews”
Sun. July 19
- Jewish Film Fest:
The Frisco Kid
PHILIPSTOWNREFORM SYNAGOGUEP.O. Box 94Cold Spring, NY 10516Unless otherwiseindicated, all servicestake place at St. Mary’sParish House, ColdSpring.Sat. Aug. 15
- Shab- bat Morning Servic-es: discussion/9:30am,services/10:30am, led byRabbi Marcus Burstein
Fri. Sept. 18
, Rosh Hashanah
PHILIPSTOWNWORSHIP GROUPQuaker Meeting(845) 424-3525
Meeting for Worship – 2nd &4th Sundays of each month,10am, at 848 Old AlbanyPost Road (Whyatt StoneCottage), Garrison. Call for directions. Children of allages welcome.
REFORM TEMPLE OFPUTNAM VALLEY362 Church RoadPutnam ValleyRabbi Allen Darnov(845) 528-4774www.rtpv.org
The Doansburg Chamber Ensemble will present their trio of piano, flute, and celloon Saturday, August 1, at 8pm at St. Mary’s in the HighlandsEpiscopal Church at the in-tersection of Routes 9D and 301 in Cold Spring, and on Sunday, August 2, at 4pm at Trinity Lutheran Church at 2103 Route 6, just west of Brewster.The Ensemble’s imagina-tive programming will bringtogether selections that in-clude Ignaz Pleyel’s
Grand Trio Op. 29
Fantasia Op. 256
by Carl Czerny,
Three Water Colors
by Philippe Gaubert,and Friedrich Kuhlau’s
These performances willfeature pianist Vassa Shevel,flutist Christine Smith, and cellist Matthew Goeke. Theartistry and talent of these musicians have been heard during their appearances at Carnegie Hall, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Lin-coln Center, and other major performance venues.Ms. Shevel was the winner of the St. Petersburg’s Cap- pella Competition at the ageof 11. She has studied at theRimsky-Korsakov Conserva-tory of Music in St. Petersburgand at the New England Con-servatory, and she received her Masters degree from theJuilliard School of Music. Ms.Smith is a 1981 graduate of the Juilliard School of Music,Pre-College Division, and she holds a Masters Degree in Education. Mr. Goeke holdsdegrees from the Manhattan School of Music. He performs regularly with notable groupsthroughout the New York area,and his performances can be heard on a number of labels.Tickets for the concert areavailable at the door at $9for general admission and $8for seniors and students. For further concert information,or to order advance tickets, please call (845) 228-4167or visit
This program is made pos-sible, in part, with publicfunds from the New York State Council on the ArtsDecentralization Program. In Putnam County, this program is administered by the Putnam Arts Council.
Doansburg ChamberPerforms Two Concerts
A benefit concert for theAbruzzi Earthquake Victims was held at the historic Para- mount Center for the Artson Monday evening, June22, 2009.The concert was presented under the auspices of theAmerican Accordionists’Association. The musicalextravaganza starred MaryMancini, Mario Tacca, Floyd Vivino, Steve Ritrovato and the City Rhythm Orchestra.Surprising the audience,Peekskill’s own Bagpiper,Joe Brady, Jr. made a well received cameo appearance.Mancini & Tacca prepared a video presentation, “Abru-zzi, Before and After theEarthquake, 2009,” illustrat-ing the devastation of theearthquake, and moving theaudience to tears.The performers and orga- nizers of this Benefit showdonated their time and effortsto the success of this causeand are grateful for the gen-erosity of so many.A reception at the Elks Clubfollowing the show allowed members of the audience and performing artists to sharetheir vision to continue toaid the victims.The Abruzzi EarthquakeFund is ongoing; for moreinformation log on to
Abruzzi Earthquake BenefitShow is a Great Success
MOTHER LURANAADULT SOCIAL DAYCARE CENTER Route 9, Garrison, 1/8mi. N. of 403 Junction
Born at Hudson Valley Hos- pital on May 30, 2009, to Ruthand Joe Caragine, of Garrison.Maternal grandparents are Nancy and Rocco Calandra of Cortlandt Manor. Paternalgrandparents are Karel and Joe Caragine of Cortlandt Manor.Born on June 9, 2009, at Hudson Valley Hospital, toJennifer and Thomas Ma- roulis, of Lake Peekskill.Maternal grandparents areChris and Iolanda Scharvella of Yorktown Heights. Pater- nal grandparents are Tom and Rose Maroulis of Soldotna,Alaska.
Jessica Ruth CaragineSierra Grace Maroulis
Keep Putnam Beautifulis awarding Beautification Award plaques to commer-cial properties which haveespecially attractive road frontages.Recommended by several residents for this award, Ellen Lever has done a great job with landscaping in front of the Lever Building, Route 6,Mahopac.Pictured are right-to-left:Town of Carmel Supervisor Ken Schmitt; Walt Thompson,Keep Putnam Beautiful; Ellen Lever, award recipient; Put- nam County Legislator TonyFusco; and George Monaco,GM Landscaping.
Curb Appeal Equals PositiveCommunity Results
Thomas Ruffin Warfield,,age 77, of New York, NYand Garrison, died on July12, 2009, at his residence in Manhattan. Son of the lateCalvin N. And Helen Craig(Ruffin) Warfield, he was born on August 16, 1931, in Richmond, VA.Mr. Warfield was an invest- ment manager, owning and operating his own investment firm, Warfield Assocates, Inc.in New York, NY. He was a member of the Knickerbocker Club, South Highlands Coun-try Club, and a veteran of theCoast Guard.Survivors include one son Mark Thomas, (SuzanneLeigh) Warfield of Brook-lyn, NY; one brother, Cal-vin N. (Shirley) Warfield,Jr., of Smithfield, VA, and one sister, Helen Barner, of Santa Rosa, CA. Two grand-children, Jackson James and Dean Thomas Warfield alsosurvive. One sister, AliceLorraine Lanes pre-deceased him in 2002.Graveside services willtake place at the Cold SpringCemetery on July 16, 2009, at 11am. The Rev. Frank Geer will officiate. Arrangementsare under the direction of the Clinton Funeral Home,Cold Spring.
Thomas Ruffin Warfield