The Village-of-Castleton is a purple heart community, new signs have been installed at the village limits. “The Purple Heart medal is presented to service members who have been wounded or killed as a result of enemy action while serving in the U.S. military. Peter Andrews Castleton Memorial VFW Post 7337 active members Edward Carney and Jerry Robinson are recipients of the Purple Heart.” – Castletonian, Spring 2020. August 7th is recognized as Purple Heart Day nationally and within the village.
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We have all been anxiously looking forward to some wonderful new eats from the Poke Jar. The Poke Jar opened on Main Street March 15, congratulations to the owner on the new location and a warm welcome to the village from COHMSA. The dine-in and takeout restaurant offers a wide menu of sushi, street tacos, and ramen. The food looks fantastic and we can’t wait to try it ourselves. From what we have heard it is off to a wonderful start and we wish you the best of luck in your endeavors.
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28 S Main Street
Castleton-on-Hudson, NY 12033
Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 7pm
We welcome all to join us for a wonderful winter event January 22 at 4:30 to 7:30 for sunset and firelight on Main Street! Come down to the corner of Main Street and Scott Avenue in your winter wear to enjoy music and community togetherness during a fun outdoor evening. Bring a chair and stay warm by the firepits and patio heaters, while talking with friends and neighbors. Cider, hot chocolate, pizza, donuts, and giveaways will be provided by COHMSA.
We are so excited to share that COHMSA has been selected to be a part of the Hannaford Bloomin’4 Good Program, created to give back to communities.
For the month of JANUARY 2022, each time a $12.00 Bloomin’ 4 Good Bouquet with a red circle sticker is purchased at the East Greenbush Hannaford, $1 will be donated to COHMSA. This is a great way to give back and raise donations for our organization.
Flowers can brighten a room, spread a smile or make someone’s day. Supporters can buy two, three or more bouquets throughout the month. The more bouquets sold, the more donations raised!
All of us here at COHMSA wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season to be enjoyed with family and friends.
Consider a gift for a loved one who loves Castleton-on-Hudson, shop to support Main Street. The Castleton-on-Hudson Main Street Association has lightweight tote bags for $10 and short sleeved T-Shirts for sale in white or grey. T-Shirts are $15 for Adult sizes and $10 for Youth Sizes (White Only).
The proceeds from the donations go toward the revitalization efforts of Main Street. Please consider making a purchase that supports our efforts to revitalize Main Street and increase awareness in our community. Memberships can also be purchased for friends and loved ones as gifts. The best part is that all donations stay local in the community, helping to breathe new live into the heart of Castleton-on-Hudson.
If you are interested in any of the items listed below, they may be ordered by emailing us at email@example.com to coordinate payment and pickup/delivery options.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS!
*Kayak: Marlee Ford
*Yeti Cooler: Roger Conti
Gas Fire Pit: Kristina Golden
Thank you to everyone who bought tickets for this fundraising event. We were able to raise $2,390 for Main Street Revitalization efforts. We look forward to continuing our work for Main Street and the village.
*Donated by the Tryon Family Foundation
PURCHASE A BLOOMIN’4 GOOD BOUQUET THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER AND COHMSA WILL RECEIVE A $1 DONATION!
Another successful annual sweep, with 27 volunteers who collected 665 lbs. of trash and recyclables. We removed and gathered massive amounts of brush, scrub trees and other undesirable growth that was obstructing views of the river and access to the beaches on either side of Riverfront Park. The most common trash item collected were candy wrappers. The most unusual of the sweep were a family of baby bunnies who scattered when their brush was disturbed but they were gathered and replaced and marked with a Do Not Disturb sign.
A tremendous Thank you to all the volunteers and their effort, the support of the Village of Castleton leadership, the Department of Public Works. Additionally we would like to thank American Rivers and Home Depot for their donations.
Andrea Marvinney and Suzanne Cecala were coleaders who worked closely with Riverkeeper to set up and organize the cleanup. Please visit Riverkeeper and show your support of the important work that they do safeguarding the Hudson River by making a donation or shopping their Riverkeeper Swag.