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Showing posts with label pictures. Show all posts
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SUNY Cobleskill Welcomes Newborn Colt

Written By Cicero on 4/11/15 | 4/11/15

SUNY Cobleskill's Equestrian program welcomed its third and final addition on Wednesday evening with the birth of a colt named Tadpole. 

Following the births of Epona, a filly named for a Zelda character, and Flash, another colt who was born in record time, Tadpole is the last of the expected newborn horses this foal season. 

Sleeping quietly with his proud broodmare standing nearby, Tadpole was in a particularly non-photogenic mood, but considering his recent ordeal, we'll let him slide. 

June 2014 Fourth Friday Pictures

Written By Editor on 7/1/14 | 7/1/14

While graduates of Middleburgh Central School received their diplomas Friday evening, hundreds of residents and visitors packed Main Street to enjoy the community's June Fourth Friday, where building upon May's success, there was plenty to do and see the entire beautiful summer night. 

Middleburgh resident Sheila Donegan was enjoying the festivities Friday and forwarded several pictures of the event for our viewing pleasure. Fourth Fridays is the brainchild of the Middleburgh Area Business Association, and it has thrived under the direction of Jamie Casterlin. 

Without further ado, Ms. Donegan's selected photographs from June's Fourth Friday:

Charles Peterson showing off snakes outside
the reopened Fish Tales & Fur pet store
The Middleburgh Library had chalk and
bubbles ready for younger passersby.  
Sheryl Adams watches as youngsters
compete in a hula hoop contest

Despite Stormy Weather, Schoharie's Parade a Hit

Written By Editor on 5/23/14 | 5/23/14

Despite the threat of severe storms, hundreds of Schoharie and area residents turned out Thursday evening to watch the valley community's annual American Legion Auxiliary Memorial Day Parade that featured both of Schoharie's school bands, several antique cars and dozens of local firemen and emergency responders marching to honor our nation's veterans. 

The Schoharie News was at the scene and captured some interesting photographs of the festivities, which are posted below:

Former Town Supervisor Martin Shrederis (far left) served as
master of ceremonies, while the parade's three judges looked on
Members of the American Legion
The next farmers of Schoharie enjoyed the ride
Thursday, tossing candy to unsuspecting children
Schoharie's Elementary-Junior Marching Band
was well received by paradegoers 
Village of Schoharie Mayor John Borst
greeted residents up and down Main Street
Schoharie's Fire Department led a procession
of local fire companies and trucks in the parade
Air Force Veteran and current Schoharie County
Sheriff Tony Desmond waves to the crowd
The Schoharie High School Marching Band wowed
the crowd with their Star Spangled Banner performance

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