...speaks about their various programs and services for mental health, how they have shifted to virtual meetings during the pandemic, and how people can help NAMI or reach out if they are in need of mental health services.
...speaks about their programs and services, how they have had to adapt to continue to provide literacy services during the pandemic, and how residents can help support them.
...speaks about their new grants which are now available for 2021 (including mini grants for first time participants!) and how residents can get involved in beautification.
...speaks about how the County is developing a contiguous, multi-use trail along the O & W rail trail, where to get information and how to get involved.
...speaks about what an epidemiologist does, the programs she works on for Sullivan County Public Health, and how residents can help slow the spread of COVID-19 (wear a mask, practice social distancing, and wash your hands!).
...speaks about YEG’s initiatives, how programs and processes have changed due to the pandemic, and how our community can help support YEG, Bags for Justice, the local youth-run cooperative and Rural & Migrant Ministries.
...speaks about about his role in the Drug Free Communities Grant and also his civic endeavors, the youth initiatives he is working on through the Drug Free Communities grant and how county residents can get involved with SALT.
...speaks about about how SUNY Sullivan has pivoted to online/remote learning, some of their workforce development courses, and the benefits of attending a local community college, like SUNY Sullivan.
...talked about the magical details of the holiday light experience, which includes a spectacular 120-foot Twinkle Tunnel and themed areas, including Groovy Way, an Enchanted Forest, Snowflake Alley and Santa’s Workshop.
...spoke to us about their open table community meals, food pantry and pet pantry as well as the challenges they faced during the pandemic, the tremendous outpouring of help they received from the community and beyond.