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Have fun while helping homeless dogs and cats! Pictures with the family and your pets will be done on Sunday  December 7th from 1:00pm-4:00pm at the Companion Dog Training Club, 878 Blooming Grove TPKE(Route 94E) in New Windsor, NY 12533, Next to the firehouse! Bring the family, your dog, cat, hamster, goats or whoever is your favorite friend for a photo with Santa by photographers Mike Jones and Toni Lund! This year Santa is looking forward to granting wishes to dogs and cats everywhere who need a forever home.You can help him by stopping by with your loved ones for a beautiful keepsake photo. Your donation will help the lost and abandoned cats and dogs of The Canine Sanctuary, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization run entirely by volunteers.Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies and other goodies while your photo is being printed. We'll have treats foryour favorite four-legged friends too!For more information contact The Canine Sanctuary (845) 534-8414, email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Join them, they're looking forward to seeing you there! $15 for a 5x7 Photo - benefits the homeless pets of The Canine Sanctuarywww.caninesanctuary.petfinder.com  www.facebook.com/caninesanctuary

  

 

 If you lost someone to suicide there is a support group that meets 1st Monday of each month and is open to all in the Newburgh Area, Walden, Wallkill, Montgomery, Cornwall,New Paltz, Gardiner, Modena, Ardonia, Beacon. It will be held at the Union Presbyterian Church, 44 Balmville Road in Newburgh, NY 12550   3rd Floor- from  7:00 - 9:00 pm. CONTACT:  Rose Terwilliger, Group Facilitator This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 845-220-6963

                                                              

Kingston Professional Firefighters Association (KPFFA), Local 461 annual holiday tree lighting ceremony on Friday, November 28 at 7 PM on the corner of Henry Street and Broadway when Kingston’s Mayor Shayne Gallo will be on hand to light the 20-foot Christmas tree that has been donated by City residents Peter and Dawn Kearney. From 6 PM to 8:30 PM at King’s Inn property, located on Broadway in the City of Kingston, families are invited to join Santa and his friends for an evening of FREE fun with special guest appearances, local entertainment, refreshments, and a bicycle and helmet raffle for children from 2 years of age to 10 years old.  The bicycles are generously donated by the KPFFA and bicycle helmets are donated by the Governor’s Traffic Safety Council. The event will be held snow or shine. Bundle up the youngsters and stop by to see Santa and register for the bicycle and helmet give-a-way. For further information on this event contact Tina Meschi at 331 1326.

 

 The Port Jervis Police Department announced its participation in the No Shave November fundraising initiative. All proceeds will benefit Orange Regional Medical Center’s Spagnoli Family Cancer Center. The goal of No Shave November is to increase awareness by embracing the growth of hair, which many cancer patients lose. Through this initiative, it is requested that the money usually spent on shaving and grooming for a month be donated to a cancer program or cause to assist with education about cancer prevention, to help save lives, and to aid those fighting the battle. The Port Jervis Police Dept encourages all community members to participate in growing a beard, cultivating a mustache, and skip shaving or cancel waxing appt! If growing your hair is not possible, anyone who wished to make a donation can do so by visiting the PJ Police HQ at 20 Hammond Street in Port Jervis or make checks to Port Jervis PBA and mail to the HQ . Donations can also be made online by visiting Orange Regional Medical Center’s Foundation page at www.ormc.org/GiveNow and clicking on No Shave November.

 St. Gregory’s Orthodox Church (corner of 1500 Rte. 376 and Vandewater Dr. Wappingers Falls near the Dutchess County Airport), will hold its annual Christmas Fair Saturday, Dec. 6th, from 10a-5p.  There will be a wide variety of ethnic foods available for lunch and take-out, including pirogi, nut rolls, and stuffed cabbage.  Crafts and baked goods and will also be for sale. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to outreach programs, including The Lunch Box of Dutchess Outreach.

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