And the winners are....

Golfers whether there for the fun and camaraderie or to win and bragging rights we thank you all. And the winners are: ....First Prize - NBT Team - Brad Anderson, JR Lawrence, Randy Eighmey and Justin Eighmey ....Second Prize - Farley & Associates Team - Donald Farley, Christine Dunphy, Christine Batey and Mike Batey ....Closest to the Pin - Lori Cohen and Tony Tanner ....Longest Drive - Christine Dunphy and Doug Hinkley. Congratulations to all. Fourth Annual Golf Tournament sponsored by the Margaretville Health Foundation brought out some past players and new faces to continue the support of our Central Catskill community healthcare facilities, Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Facility. The Driving Range and the Putting Greens were utilized by all as players got their game on!

Blue Skies and Warm Breezy Weather for Foundation Golf Tournament

Thank you to all our Sponsors, Tee Sponsors and Supporters. The Margaretville Health Foundation Golf Tournament is made possible by your generous support and participation.

Hanah Mountain Resort Is Hiring


1. Individual with Marketing Experience and PC knowledge.
2. Experienced front desk person.
3. Experienced hotel maintenance person needed for busy resort.

Must be a team member, work well with others, a degree is a plus, and be available nights, weekends and holidays.

Email resume to:[email protected] or mail to:

Hanah Country Club
576 West Hubbell Hill Rd.
Margaretville, NY 12455

BEES, HONEY & YOU returns by popular request - Saturday, August 27th!

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As a young boy, Will “the Bee Man” Patterson was introduced to his life-long interest in bees by his grandfather and has been raising honey bees for over twenty years. In addition to working with bees on TeaThyme Herb & Fruit Farm, he also assists clients setting up and installing their own bee hives. Join Will at Blue Deer and learn about the workings of honey bee hives.

Participants will gain a better understanding of the crucial relationship between human beings and our environment. Learn why bees are vital beyond the production of honey.

The program will end with a Q & A period and we’ll even sweeten the deal with a jar of honey!

Each participant will be given a “bee” head net to keep. Everyone must wear a heavy long sleeve shirt (flannel, chamois, corduroy). Please wear some type of hat, sun hat, baseball cap.

Important-NO perfume, aftershave or scented items!  Read more

One Catskills newspaper closes, two more cut reporters

Weekly newspapers in the Catskills region have had a bad month. One local weekly quit publishing entirely, while two more that are part of a regional chain laid off veteran reporters.

The Delaware County Times, a newspaper that traces its lineage back to 1839 in Delhi, published its last issue on Friday, July 8.

The paper employed three people in its Delhi office on a part-time basis and relied on a cadre of freelance journalists, including the author of this article, to cover local news. Contributors were notified on July 8 that the paper would cease publication.

Donald Bishop, the publisher of the paper, did not return a request for comment. Cathy Roloson, who coordinated the news gathering and layout of the paper, said that a companion publication, the semiannual Kaatskill Life magazine, will continue to be published online and that she will continue to work in the Delhi office. She also indicated that the Delaware County Times may resume publishing in the future.  Read more

Optional Skins Game at Golf Tournament

MTC Is Hiring: Job Fair 7/19 and 7/21

The Margaretville Telephone Company (MTC) will be hosting a Job Fair to introduce potential candidates to positions available as part of our on-going fiber-optic network expansion in the region. Tuesday July 19th and Thursday July 21st from 5pm -7pm in MTC's conference room at 50 Swart Street Magaretville NY.

MTC has immediate openings for the following job categories (4 Full Time positions with the exception of Customer Service Rep is Part Time):

  • Cable Television Technician
  • Direct Sales and Marketing Representative
  • Installer / Service Technician
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Central Office / IT Technician

MTC is an EOE employer and complies with a drug-free workforce.

Artist's Reception for Linda Lariar Exhibition at Longyear Gallery

July 23, 2016 - 3:00pm

 The artist's reception for a new exhibit at Longyear Gallery will be held on Saturday, July 23rd from 3:00 to 6:00 pm in Longyear's newly renovated gallery space. Linda Lariar's exhibition called, "Amanda's Room," is accompanied by a group show of all Longyear Gallery member artists. When Linda Lariar describes the genesis of her new exhibition, "Amanda's Room," she reveals that her daughter Amanda died when she was 17 in an automobile accident, 30 years ago. According to the artist, "In a way, this is about my grief 30 years later. I did the painting/collage "Amanda's Room" three years after she died.  Read more


Golf Tournament Team Spots Still Available


Blue Deer Center is seeking a Director of Development to work with the Executive Director to create a strategic, comprehensive, and diversified resource development plan that will guide Blue Deer Center to meet its goals, maximizing opportunities around individuals, foundations, and events. Creative cultivation and stewardship strategies, which will enhance the current program and expand on the tremendous potential of our donors, are also an expectation of the Development Director. 

The Director of Development provides leadership to the Board of Directors to reach our annual and long-range goals. The Director will ensure that effective cultivation and training is delivered to volunteer solicitors (e.g. Board members).  S/he is expected to report to the Board of Directors on development efforts.

A flexible work schedule is available to work remotely 2-3 days per week.

The Director of Development reports to the Executive Director.


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