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LOCAL EVENTS AND CONTACTS:



Sheriff Camp
Are you a parent/guardian of a child ages 9-12? Is your child interested in attending the Broome County Sheriff’s weeklong cap at Keuka Lake for a week this summer? This camp includes Sheriff Demonstrations (K9’s, Helicopter, Motorcycle, Horse, & more!), Water Activities (boating, swimming, water volleyball, & more!), campfires, and additional activities (such as archery, hiking, tug of war, soccer, arts and crafts). There are two week-long sessions (June 30th to July 6th and August 4th to August 10th), and your child will stay at the campgrounds throughout this time.  If you or your child are interested, please contact WA Olmsted School Social Worker Ms. Juli Cox at 607-693-5792 for additional information and application materials. Applications are due back to Ms. Cox no later than March 26th, 2024 in order to be submitted on time to the state.

INTERNET SAFETY
CREATIVE SCIENCE FOR KIDS

Meals on Wheels needs you! 
On-call positions needed - fun, fast paced, fulfilling! part-time, variable hours
Call 778-2411 or contact [email protected]
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GREAT RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
https://www.findhelp.org/ can connect families to a variety of services based on particular needs. It includes food programs, housing, housing goods like fans and dryers, transportation, financial assistance and legal support. 
 
https://ocfs.ny.gov/programs/cwcs/hears.php The HEARS family line assists parents and families by providing resources and referrals to a variety of services. Caring representatives guide families to services including food, clothing, housing, medical and behavioral health care services, parenting education and childcare. Representatives are available to help Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 pm


GREATER BINGHAMTON BRIDGE RUN
Check back annually for updates

HARPURSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Call Sandy for more information at (607) 765-3305 or (607) 693-2422
Moms Group - Awanas Club

HARPURSVILLE YOUTH CIVIC ASSOCIATION
No current announcements - they also have a Facebook page 

NALOXONE TRAINING
This training is offered for citizens and first responders through OASAS (New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports) CLICK HERE for training information
 
BLOOD DONATIONS NEEDED YEAR ROUND
Please contact redcross.org  
Call 1-800-RED CROSS 
Download the Red Cross Blood Donor App today! Enter sponsor code:  DONORCENTER
 
NEWS FROM THE NINEVEH PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Nineveh Public Library is open Monday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Closed Sunday. Reach them at (607) 693-1858 if you have any questions.
 
MEALS ON WHEELS 
Please call (607) 778-2411 to find out how you can volunteer.  
 
COLESVILLE COMMUNITY PANTRY 
No One Should Go Hungry!
The pantry is open to all Town of Colesville and Harpursville Central School District residents. The pantry hours are 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of the month. If you are unable to stand in line or are disabled, you are welcome to pick up food at 9:30 AM  CLICK HERE to view flyer!

Donations: Food items must not be outdated and should have a shelf life of at least six months. The pantry cannot accept dented cans. Monetary donations can be mailed to: Colesville Community Pantry, P.O. Box 62, Harpursville, NY 13787. 

Thank you to all who have contributed in the past.

GIRL SCOUTS of NYPENN PATHWAYS
Register at this link or contact [email protected] or call 1-855-213-8555

Chenango Housing Improvement Program, Inc.

The Chenango Housing Improvement Program, Inc. is now accepting applications for low income apartment rentals in their Norma Gardens complex located at 33 Golden Lane, Harpursville. For more information, please see the following for income guidelines and contact information. 

 Norma Gardens