Town Talk 8-7-10

History Museum exhibit held over

The exhibit "50 years of Warrensburg High School Sports: 1942-1992" has been extended through Aug. 8 in the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History, located at 3754 Main St. The entrance is located in back of the VFW building just south of the Stewart's convenience store. The museum hours are Saturday, Sunday, and Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m.

Riverside Gallery Show

The Adirondack-inspired work of craftsman/designer Robert Stump of Wingdale, NY will be on display from Aug. 16 through Sept. 9 at Riverside Gallery at 2 Elm St.

His exhibit will likely include selections of his stained glass art, paintings, decorated lighting fixtures and Adirondack furnishings. His work can be seen at www.robertstumpstudios.com. Riverside Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Clevelands say 'Thanks'

John and Brenda Cleveland express their thanks to everyone who attended their fundraiser held July 11 at the Warren County Fish Hatchery. A fun time was had by all and John and Brenda were overwhelmed with the generosity of the local businesses for donating goods, services and cash. John Cleveland said the amount of food was "amazing." The gift baskets and gift certificates were much appreciated and prompted substantial donations. A special thank you to everyone from St. Cecilia's church who donated cash, which was also very much appreciated. A heartfelt thank you was expressed to organizers Shirley Collins and Heather Annis.

Warrensburg teens were Good Samaritans

Eight young local teenagers and three chaperones made a difference in the lives of others facing hardships, through the work mission they participated in recently.

The group, organized by St. Cecilia's Church here, joined 300 other youths from across the nation on a mission to Charlotte, N.C. in July, under the auspices of Catholic Heart Works. Phyllis Welch, coordinator of St. Cecilia's youth program, coordinated the one-week trip. She was assisted by the chaperones. One of the sites they spruced up by painting walls and fixing up landscaping, was a home for unwed mothers.

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