¿Que nos espera en 2017?

¿Que nos espera en 2017?

El Programa Multicultural del Sullivan Renaissance promoverá su proyecto vecindario en Church Street en Liberty y el área cercana, iniciará proyectos para mejorar la comunidad en South Fallsburg y ayudará a los municipios y grupos comunitarios a identificar y atender sus necesidades multiculturales. El programa mantendrá alianzas con las organizaciones Catholic Charities, la Comisión de Derechos Humanos, la Alianza Latina de Sullivan County, el Teatro NACL, S.A.L.T., y otros.

"Considero que la naturaleza diversa de Liberty es una parte integral de lo que somos como una comunidad. El Programa Multicultural de Sullivan Renaissance ha hecho una verdadera diferencia en el aumento de la comunicación entre todos nuestros residentes. Tener dos nuevas oportunidades de subvención para llegar a nuestros vecinos que no hablan Inglés y para mejorar los vecindarios que compartimos con la población multicultural aumentará en gran medida los esfuerzos de construcción comunitaria iniciados en Liberty ",
dijo Charlie Barbuti, Supervisor del Pueblo de Liberty.

Los projectos de Sullivan Renaissance son exitosos debido a los muchos voluntarios dedicados en nuestro condado. Únase a nosotros en su vecindario y done su tiempo como voluntario.

Para ser voluntario o para información sobre estas y otras categorías de subvenciones llame a Sullivan Renaissance 845-295-2445, o en Español llame 845-295-2434.

MONTICELLO TAKES HOME TOP PRIZE

MONTICELLO TAKES HOME TOP PRIZE

$250,000 Golden Feather Awarded to the Village of Monticello

Hundreds of people attended the Sullivan Renaissance Awards Ceremony at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on Monday, August 7, as over $500,000 in grants and scholarships were awarded to communities throughout Sullivan County.

The Awards Ceremony was the culmination of months of work on the part of volunteers, municipalities, and community organizations to enhance gateways, public spaces and main streets. Monetary prizes were awarded in several categories and scholarships and recognitions were presented to individuals and communities.

MUNICIPAL PARTNERSHIP
The Village of Monticello, was recognized for the transformation it has accomplished in the areas of beautification, code enforcement and building healthy communities. They won the top prize of the evening, a $250,000 grant secured by Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther. “I have wonderful board members who have supported this work,” said Village Manager Dave Sager. “We have done a world of work to reinvigorate things and get community buy-in in a challenging place. We are excited – the work is just beginning. It is nice to be recognized for the totality of our efforts. We are committed to reclaiming this Village as a proud County Seat.”
The Town of Fallsburg was awarded a $50,000 grant through Senator John Bonacic; and the Village of Jeffersonville was awarded a $50,000 grant bequested by former Renaissance judge Tim Stoddard. The Town of Thompson and Mamakating were recognized with the Bronze Feather Award of $25,000.

GARDEN GRANTS: Single element beautification projects
First place - ($3000) 4-H Hayrisers – Flyway by the Byway on Route 97 in Highland
Second place - ($2000) –Youngsville Busy Beavers 4-H Club Butterfly Garden in Youngsville
Third place - ($1000) – St. Peter’s Church in Monticello

Two Judges Choice Award at $500 each were awarded to BATS for Veterans in Liberty and the United Church of Roscoe. Two Judges Choice Awards of $250 each were awarded to Youngsville Busy Beavers 4-H and the 4-H Hayraisers; both for youth involvement.

COMMUNITY GRANTS: Multiple element beautification and community development projects
First place – ($12,000): St Peter’s Church Renaissance - Liberty
Second place – ($7000): Catskill Fly-fishing Museum Environmental Beautification
Third place – ($5000): Neversink Renaissance Community-wide Beautification

Two Judges Choice Awards of $1,000 each were awarded to Lumberland Parks and Recreation and the Village of Woodridge.

THE COMMUNITY MITZVAH AWARD Program engaged nine seasonal colonies and camps from throughout Sullivan County in beautification and property enhancement efforts. The winner of the $10,000 Community Mitzvah Award went to Camp Ahaves Israel of Liberty; Second place award of $5000 went to Green Acres of Liberty and Third place of $3000 was awarded to Camp HASC of Parksville and $1000 Judges Choice Award went to American Theological of Kiamesha Lake.

SHOWING OF FLOWERS AWARDS were presented to

St. Peter’s Church, Liberty $5,000
Swan Lake Renaissance $5,000
Forestburgh Playhouse - $3,000
Hudson River Healthcare - $3,000
Lumberland Parks and Recreation - $2,000
Livingston Manor Renaissance - $1,000
Phillipsport Community Center - $1,000
United Methodist Church of Monticello - $500
Livingston Manor United Methodist Church - $500

Three community groups were recognized with Special Achievement Awards. Hudson River Healthcare and White Sulphur Springs Sullivan First were acknowledged for volunteer outreach, inclusion and capacity building. Dynamite Youth Center was awarded for participation in educational classes and community participation.
SUNY SULLIVAN SCHOLARSHIP
The SUNY Sullivan Foundation awarded one full time scholarship to Vanessa Ramos, a volunteer who assisted at Hope Farm at SUNY Sullivan. Vanessa is a student at SUNY Sullivan who is planning to continue her studies during the 2017-2018 academic year.
SULLIVAN RENAISSANCE SCHOLARSHIPS
The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan Counties awarded six Sullivan Renaissance scholarships to volunteers who made a significant contribution to a Sullivan Renaissance project. These scholarships are for the spring semester at the college of one’s choice.

Michael Dorn, Marist College
Samantha Dorn, SUNY Geneseo
Cheyanne Matulewich, SUNY Cobleskill
Mackenzie Mitchell, Elmira College
Michael Schulte, SUNY Cortland
Cristian Serapio, SUNY Delhi


SULLIVAN RENAISSANCE VOLUNTEER CORPS
Cara Kowalski, Volunteer Program Manager, acknowledged the dedication of members of the Sullivan Renaissance Volunteer Corps and presented a special recognition for going above and beyond to Volunteers Karen Ellsweig and Amy Nielsen.

SULLIVAN RENAISSANCE MULTICULTURAL PROGRAM
Ari Mir-Pontier, Multicultural Program Manager, spoke about the Multicultural Program and recognized members of the Advisory Committee that has worked to engage the diverse Sullivan County communities. On behalf of the Sullivan Renaissance Multicultural Program, she also presented a special award to Shanita Artson for her passionate, steadfast and inspiring dedication to her community.

A video of the ceremony will soon be available online with the link posted on the Sullivan Renaissance YouTube page and the Sullivan Renaissance website.

Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation with support from Bold Gold Media Group, Fisher Mears Associates, The River Reporter, The Sullivan County Democrat and Thompson Sanitation. For information, contact 845-295-2445 or SullivanRenaissance.org.

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