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Arts & Culture: General

Remembering the Concord Hotel

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John Conway, the historian for Sullivan County, N.Y., offers a presentation, “The Concord: Sullivan County’s Acropolis,” as part of the Sullivan County Historical Society’s new exhibit, “The Concord Remembered.” The lecture is on Sunday, July 12, at 2 p.m. at the Sullivan County Museum in Hurleyville, N.Y.

A preview of the exhibit will be open on July 4 and 5. On July 5, from 1 to 4 p.m., there will be a reunion of former Concord employees, suppliers, and contractors. Visitors are encouraged to bring memorabilia to share and refreshments will be served. For information, call (845) 434-8044 or go to


Support Jewish troops and receive tee

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In honor of Flag Day, which was June 14, and Independence Day on July 4, KosherTroops is sending a tee shirt with donations of $36 or more. The offer is valid until July 10. There are small, medium, and large sizes for adult and children.

Koshertroops is a non-profit organization that sends care packages to Jewish U.S. troops all over the world to help them celebrate holidays. The organization also helps chaplains in various state side Army bases with their holiday needs. Some strictly kosher soldiers, who are stationed far from Jewish communities in the U.S. and abroad, rely on Koshertroops for their dietary needs.

Koshertroops has no administrative costs or hired employees. Donated funds are used solely for purchasing holiday items and shipping them to Jewish troops stationed around the globe.

For information, visit or call (845) 354-7763. Checks can be sent to Koshertroops, 8 Pleasant Ridge Road, New Hempstead, NY 10977.

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