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Issue 34 — March 23, 2017
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Recreation Deptartment
Field Trips

PORT JERVIS – The Port Jervis Recreation Department is sponsoring four (4) fantastic field trips this spring and summer.

Trips are:

• Mohegan Sun Pocono Casino- Saturday April 22: $30 person; 21 and older; Must have ID; Bus leaves PORT at 8:30 a.m. returns at 6 p.m.
• Circle Line Cruise- 2.5 hour cruise around Manhattan; Wednesday July 12: $60 adult, $55 child- Bus leaves PORT at 8:45 a.m. returns at 5 p.m.
• New York Met game- Wednesday July 19: $60 person; Bus leaves PORT at 3:45 p.m. returns 12 midnight; Game time is 7:05 p.m.
• Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom- Friday July 28: $70 person; Bus leaves PORT at 7:30 am returns at 7 p.m.

All trips will be on a Coach Bus. All prices include transportation and ticket price. Don't drive and have to deal with gas, traffic and parking- come with us. Limited tickets are available. 50 percent non-refundable deposit required to hold seat.

Contact the Recreation office at 845-858-4045 or pjrec@frontiernet.net for more information. Also "like" us on Facebook at Port Jervis Recreation.

St. Peter's Chili Cook-Off Results

PORT JERVIS — St. Peter's Lutheran Church would like to congratulate the winners of their fifth annual chili cook-off, which was held on March 4.

The church would like to thank the following businesses for their generous donations for our prizes this year: 84 Country Store (Milford, PA), Delaware River Spa (Port Jervis), Easy Way Beverages (Port Jervis), El Patron Mexican Restaurant (Port Jervis), Empowering Port, Jake's Wayback (Westfall Twp., PA), Ice Cold Beer Here (Westfall Twp. and Milford), KnA Auto (Port Jervis), Melissa Kreck (Port Jervis), The Pointed Hat gift store (Port Jervis), Pretzel Princess (Port Jervis), Stone Ledge Pottery (Plattsburgh, NY) and Wendy's (Westfall Twp.). Gift cards were also generously provided by Dustin and Kelly Adams, Aaron and Patty Baughman, and Linda and Bud Going.

There were 17 homemade chili entries, including vegetarian options. All who attended not only enjoyed delicious chili but also had a great time. Special thanks go to our judges, Pro chef Bill Harris; Jamie Collette, Lexi Machado-Conklin, Mayor Kelly Decker, and Kim Pearce for their generous donation of their time. Over $800 was raised that will be used to support St. Peter's ministry in the community which includes outreach to the LGBTQ community as a Reconciling in Christ congregation.

For more information find us on Facebook and at www.stpetersportjervis.org.


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