Clubs & Organizations

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Catskill Community Garden Club

www.catskillgardenclub.com
The members of the Catskill Community Garden Club are individuals from Margaretville, Roxbury, Halcott, Halcottsville, Fleischmanns,and the surrounding areas, getting together for garden ideas, problem solving, solutions, workshops, etc. Our website provides ideas for the garden, an herbal corner as well as book suggestions. The club gives yearly scholarships to two area students who pursue careers in our general field (eg. Environmental Science)

The Catskill Mah Jongg Club

The Catskill Mah Jongg Club meets every Tuesday morning at 11 am at the Roxbury Library. This year-round social club welcomes new members and provides basic mah jongg instruction on an ongoing basis. To join the Catskill Mah Jongg Club, please contact Roxbury Library Association Board of Trustees’ Vice President Julia A. Menne at (607) 326-3027. Club membership requires joining the Roxbury Library and holding a current National Mah Jongg League game card. Applications for Roxbury Library membership and a National Mah Jongg League game card are available at all club meetings, at minimal cost. Located at 53742 State Highway 30, the Roxbury Library is directly opposite the town’s United Methodist Church on Main Street.

Cub Scouts

Roxbury Cub Scout Pack 41 is chartered by the Roxbury Fire Department. We currently have den meetings on the 1st and 2nd Thursday of each month at 6 pm at the Roxbury Firehall. Each month an extra different activity is planned such as the Pinewood Derby, a hike or a visit from someone. There is a monthly pack meeting which is held the last Thursday of the month at the firehall at 6:00. This is a time for the families to come together and the dens to show what they have done during the month. It is also a time for advancement ceremonies. Although this pack has not been very active the last 2 years we have some very dedicated parents and leaders this year. We are off to a good start and hope to continue to make the best possible program for the boys.

Anyone interested in joining can contact any of the leaders listed below:
— KARYN LALOSH: Bear Den Leader
— DANIELLE PLANTE: Asssisant Den Leader
— SUSAN DORRENCE: Tiger Den Leader
— VIRGINIA SCHEER: Committee Member
— LARRY QUARLTERE: Committee Member
— DENNIS SLATER: Committee Chairman

LEVELS:
Tiger Cubs (first-graders)
Wolf Cub Scouts (second-graders)
Bear Cub Scouts (third-graders)
Webelos Scouts (fourth- and fifth-graders)

Grand Gorge Community Action Group

P.O. Box 306, Grand Gorge, NY 12434
www.GrandgorgeNY.com
ggcag@yahoo.com

In 2000, a community-minded group of Grand Gorge residents formed the Grand Gorge Community Action Group (GGCAG) to initiate Community Improvement Projects and revitalize the hamlet. In partnership with the Town of Roxbury, the GGCAG has installed beautiful signage at all four village entrances. The community playground and ball field at the Civic Center have been restored. In the milder months, you’ll see flower boxes abloom along Main Street, and during the holidays, lighted Christmas wreaths.

The Civic Center, restored by the Town of Roxbury and Grand Gorge residents, is a keystone of village activity, hosting senior meals, community events and parties, and community meetings. The Halloween and Christmas parties and community breakfasts held there are growing each year and warmly anticipated by the whole community.

As part of the town-sponsored Main Street Revitilization project, funded by the Appalachian Regional Commission and the New York Main Street Program, six business district facades were recently re-designed to recreate the look and feel of Grand Gorge decades ago while creating a visually appealing experience for residents, shoppers, and visitors. The GGCAC is also organizing more streetscape enhancements, including banners, landscaping, benches and signage.

Grand Gorge Rescue Squad

PO Box 301, Grand Gorge NY 12434
For more information, go to:
ggrescue.homestead.com/

The Grand Gorge Rescue Squad is a 100% volunteer organization assisting the Grand Gorge Community in emergencies.

Grand Gorge Senior Dining Center

Grand Gorge Civic Center, Route 30, Grand Gorge, NY, 12434
Phone: (607) 588-6166
Lunch: 11:45 amSeniors:
$3 / Non-Seniors:  $4

Indoor Walking:
The Community Center is available for indoor walking
Monday-Friday, 8 am-1 pm

Dietary Needs Discussion with licensed dietary professional:
Every Tuesday at 10:30 am
Discuss special dietary needs and make recipes and get advice for your dietary questions with a dietary professional from the Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Grand Gorge Senior Social Club

Grand Gorge Civic Center
Grand Gorge, NY, 12434
Phone: (607) 588-9421
President: Cathy Loiacono
Meetings:  2nd Tuesday of each month, 1:30 pm

Greater Roxbury Learning Initiative Corporation (GRLIC)

GRLIC is a not-for-profit foundation recently established to support children’s interest in and appreciation of engineering, science, and technology. Because life’s inspirations begin in childhood, GRLIC initiatives will provide students with resources and experiences in technologically fertile learning environments. The foundation plans to;

  • facilitate participation in community media,
  • provide educational materials and student scholarships, and
  • explore the connections of our historic, rural region to the broader world and beyond.

Our mission is to encourage a prosperous, sustainable future through the promotion of technological understanding, scientific discovery, and innovative thinking.

GRLIC believes that the advances of science should be driven by the needs of humanity and that an inspired knowledge of science, engineering, and technology can make a positive impact on the quality of life throughout greater Roxbury, increase career opportunities for young people, and bring bright prospects to future generations.

Please contact us via email for information on how you can participate.

http://grlic.blogspot.com

Greater Roxbury Learning Initiative Corporation
—A Not-for-Profit Foundation

Rotary Club

THE ROXBURY ROTARY meets on Monday nights at various sites within the hamlet of Roxbury. For more information about the Roxbury Rotary and their civic activity contact:

May O’Malley
P.O. Box 283, Roxbury, NY 12474
omalley@catskill.net
(607) 326-3431

The Roxbury Library Association

Library Director: Dian Seiler
Library Clerk: Helen Faraci
(607) 326-7901
Roxbury Library: 53742 State Highway 30, Roxbury, NY
Directly opposite the town’s United Methodist Church on Main Street

The Roxbury Library Association sponsors Regular Tuesday Forum programs, activities and gatherings which are free of charge. They also run a Thrift Shoppe, hold holiday bazaars and sales throughout the year.

Roxbury Quilters

Mondays at 11 am, Roxbury Library
FMI: Roxbury Library (607) 326-7901

The Roxbury Volunteer Fire Department

Writers in the Mountains

www.writersinthemountains.org
Writers in the Mountains (WIM) is not a membership organization and everyone is welcome at all events and classes. We always welcome suggestions, offers of help and new ideas. You can register for classes at writersinthemountain.org or by calling (607) 326-7908 and speak with Ann Epner for registrations, questions or suggestions.