Posted on 11 July 2016 by Editor
These days, those people still alive who fought in WWII is shrinking. According to U.S. Veterans Administration estimates, in the next 15 years the country will lose nearly all of its 16 million WWII veterans — many of whom are already some 80 years and older. Continue Reading
Posted on 24 May 2016 by Editor
Seniors and family members enjoyed a lunch at the Sloatsburg Senior Center, complete with birthday, cake as residents who turn 90 years old this year were celebrated.
There must be something to Ramapo Mountain water in the Village of Sloatsburg. On a recent May Wednesday, the Sloatsburg Center Center celebrated those community members who turned (or will turn this year) 90 years old. Some five Sloatsburgers were on hand for the the day’s festivities, which included a lunch and birthday cake. Continue Reading
Posted on 21 January 2016 by Editor
Sloatsburger and Suffern High School senior Kevin Jefferson just topped 1000 career points in a recent Mountie basketball win over Clarkstown South. Sloatsburg Mayor Carl Wright congratulated Jefferson’s winning effort, giving a bit of game night color commentary of the occasion in a letter to Sloatsburg Elementary School Principal Mr. Joseph Lloyd, present and past teachers, schools, staff, and students.
Letter from Sloatsburg Mayor Carl Wright: Continue Reading
Posted on 24 May 2015 by Editor
Sunnyside’s Bar & Grill was the sight of a recent dinner celebrating Sloatsburg’s WWII veterans.
Sloatsburg’s fabulous five WWII veterans were celebrated during a recent dinner at Sunnyside’s Bar & Grill. Continue Reading
Posted on 03 October 2014 by Editor
Sloatsburg’s old main drag — along Rt. 17 in 1929. 2014 marks the village’s 85th year as an official village in the Town of Ramapo.
Back 85 years ago yesterday, October 2, 1929, Sloatsburg residents voted to become the 4th village in the Town of Ramapo. At that time, Sloatsburg’s population was approximately 1600 total residents, said Sloatsburg Mayor Carl Wright. Continue Reading