MOUNTAINEER TRACKS – September 2006

MOUNTAINEER TRACKS - September 2006

We are hoping for closure. After several false leads, Andes Central School is coming back to you, the voters with a capital project designed to put to rest the Civil Rights judgment against the school.

“NEITHER SNOW, NOR RAIN, NOR HEAT, NOR GLOOM OF NIGHT, STAYS THESE COURIERS…” — August 2006

Buffy gives an account of the June 27 flood and being stranded with Judy in Walton which received the brunt of the flooding.

UNSUNG HEROES —August 2006

UNSUNG HEROES —August 2006

A thank you to the Andes Highway Department crew for their work during the recent violent storms Andes experienced.

LIBRARY NOTES – August 2006

LIBRARY NOTES - August 2006

Though the effects of July’s torrential rains are still being felt throughout the Western Catskills we are all in the process of drying out.

COURAGE AND COWARDICE – August 2006

In Little Women, Louisa May Alcott focused on a New England family during an early year of the Civil War as told from the point of view of Marmee (Mrs. March) and her four daughters, Jo, Beth, Meg and Amy. this book is about Mr. March, the idealistic father and husband who willingly leaves his home and family to help create a better world as a minister in the Union Army.

OUR READERS WRITE

A Thank you to the Andes Highway Department.