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The Chatter for May 2014

The Chatter for May 2014

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Published by: Carlos Stewart on May 20, 2014
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 May/June 2014 Editor Nancy DiPace Pfau Number 19
What could be sweeter than John Hall’s Baby Goats to remind us that SPRING really did arrive this year, and with it the 4
 ANNUAL Sharon Springs Garden Party. For a complete list of events do check the Sharon Springs Chamber of Commerce, the Beekman website, or enjoysharonsprings.com I hope everyone will come out during the morning hours of Saturday, May 24
 to help with the “Clean Up Chalybeate Park” event. There will be lots of happenings this year at the Chalybeate Temple too. Josh and Brent, our own Fabulous Beekman Boys, will be signing copies of their brand new, hot-off-the-presses
Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook 
, behind the Mercantile. Tours of the village on Saturday and Sunday afternoons at 3 PM [$10 donation for Chalybeate Park, cash only at time of tour, meet at Chalybeate Temple, one hour or a little more]! Stay around for Monday to enjoy real small town America with our Memorial Day Parade and salute to our veterans in front of the school on Route 20. This year a special plaque will be dedicated to the soldiers who died in the Battle of Sharon, July 1781. Hannah:
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A message from the Race Director: A rousing thank you to over 60 volunteers, 150 registered runners and walkers and to the cheering crowds at the finish line in making the inaugural RUN 4 THE HILLS! such a tremendous success. This painfully hilly benefit run/walk has raised approximately $5,000 to be awarded to the Sharon Springs Fire Department and Rescue Squad. RUN 4 THE HILLS! is dedicated to annually fundraise and support our local and regional first responders.
Specific thank you's and praise to our County Sheriff (and resident) Tony Desmond and the Schoharie County Tactical and Rescue Force, to the Schoharie County Sheriff's Office Road Patrol, to Ann Marie-Keyes, Stacey Wojciechowski and Greg Baxter from the SSFD and Rescue Squad, to the amazing (and supportive) Course Marshalls from the SSFD, Rescue Squad and Sharon Springs Legion Post 1269, to Doug McCoy and his outstanding timing team from the Clark Sports Center in Cooperstown, and to over 30 sponsors that supported the race. Additional thank you's to our local community of volunteers who provided assistance with parking, registration and general information to our participants.
RUN 4 THE HILLS! was inspired in part by the efforts of hundreds of First Responders who saved countless lives at the Boston Marathon bombings just one year ago. It was their bravery, compassion and courage that has lead to the formation of HERO FUND AMERICA, a non-profit that recognizes and honors First Responders. Please remember to support, thank and acknowledge your local emergency response organizations in your communities and be reminded of the enormous sacrifices they make daily to assure all of us a safe and secure world to live in.
Thank you lastly, to the Village and Town of Sharon for their unwavering cooperation and generosities throughout the organization and execution of RUN 4 THE HILLS! A great job supported by a valued community event. Sincerely, Garth Roberts Race Director

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