PASTORAL STAFF Reverend Msgr. Emmet R. Nevin, Pastor Reverend Msgr. Richard Kyeremeh

PASTORAL STAFF
Reverend Msgr. Emmet R. Nevin, Pastor
Reverend John Palatucci, Parochial Vicar
Reverend Msgr. Richard Kyeremeh
Deacon Dominic Buonocore
Deacon Mark Czerwinski
Mr. James Russell, Cantor & Music Director
Mrs. Mariana Dalsass, CRE
CHURCH & RECTORY
82 Lake Road West
Congers, New York 10920
Phone 845-268-4464-65
Fax 845-268-6790
Deacon Dominic Buonocore, Parish Manager
Laraine Payne, Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
P.R.E.P.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM
Mariana Dalsass, CRE
82 Lake Road West
Congers, NY 10920
Direct Phone 845-268-5442
REGIONAL SCHOOL
ST. PAUL REGIONAL SCHOOL
365 Kings Highway
Valley Cottage, New York 10989
School Phone 845-268-6506
Sr. Stephen Gerard, O.P., Principal
The mission of St. Paul Parish is to Build Community around the
Eucharist and proclaim Jesus’ Gospel of Life and Love through
participation in liturgy, education and service.
Sacrament of Baptism
The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 1:45
p.m. in the Church. Parents are to register their child for the Baptism at least two weeks before the
intended Baptism. Instruction classes for parents are on the last Thursday of the month in the Rectory.
Sacrament of Marriage
Engaged couples should contact the rectory at least six months in advance in order to arrange for
their participation in the marriage preparation program.
Anointing of the Sick/Elderly
If someone is homebound or in the hospital, please notify the rectory. Arrangements can be made for
the sick person to receive the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. Holy Communion is brought
to the homebound by our Minsters of Holy Communion.
Parish Membership
Every family and single adult should be properly registered in the parish, and should be receiving
a quarterly set of envelopes. New parishioners who wish to register, can do so by stopping in at the
Parish Office; or by simply visiting our Parish website for an online registration. We want to know
and serve you and hope you become an active part of our parish community. If you move or change
your address, please notify the office.
Alcoholics Anonymous All meetings in the School Pavilion
(As Bill Sees It) Saturdays - 6:30 p.m.
(Beginner’s Meeting) Saturdays - 6:30 p.m.
(Big Book Meeting) Saturdays - 6:30 p.m.
(Open Speaker’s Meeting) Sunday - 5:00 p.m.
(Closed Discussion) Saturdays - 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday - 6:30 and 8:00 p.m.
MASS SCHEDULE
Sunday Masses celebrated in the Church
5:30 p.m. (Saturday Evening)
Narcotics Anonymous
7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m. & Sundays - 7:30 p.m. School Pavilion
6:00 p.m. (Sunday)
Weekday Masses:
6:30 a.m., 9 a.m.
Saturday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m. in the Church
7:15 p.m. Spanish Mass - in the Church
Home Bound Ministry
Altar Servers
Morning Prayer: Weekday mornings at 8:45
Eileen Cella
Fr.
John
Palatucci
a.m. in the Church
Prayer Shawl Society
Cemetery
First Friday:
Deacon Dominic Buonocore Eileen Cella
6:30 & 9:00 a.m. in the Church
Fellowship of Hope
Choir
Holy Days:
Prayer Group
James Russell
Vigil Masses: 5:30 p.m.
[email protected]
Holy Days: 6:30, 9:00 a.m., 12 noon & 7:30 p.m. CYO Basketball
(Unless otherwise advertised in the bulletin)
Ray McGrath
Food Cupboard
www.stpaulcongers.net
CONFESSIONS
Saturdays: 4:30 - 5:15 p.m.
Anytime by request.
Court Mary Help of
Christians, Regent CDA
Eileen Cella
Ministry of Holy
Communion
James Nash
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RCIA
Deacon Mark Czerwinski
Ushers
Ric Aberion
School Guild
Jenifer Hillis
SPAL Basketball
Brian Metcalf
Donald Paoli
Mr. & Mrs. William Hind
Tom Zerecker
Youth Choir
Knights of Columbus Vicki Gill, Director
Timothy Sullivan
Lectors
Robert Lockhart
OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST
KING OF THE UNIVERSE
NOVEMBER 23, 2014
SUNDAY MASSES
MASS INTENTIONS
WEEKLY COLLECTION
EVERYONE MUST GIVE ACCORDING TO WHAT HE
HAS INWARDLY DECIDED; NOT SADLY, NOT GRUDGINGLY, FOR GOD LOVES A CHEERFUL GIVER.
COLLECTION FOR SUNDAY, November 18 , 2013
was: $10,213.00
SAT. 5:30pm Cangro & Basak Families
7:30am People of the Parish
9:30am
COLLECTION FOR SUNDAY, November 16, 2014
was: $ 9,192.00
Joseph Romito
11:00am Julie Muller 10th Anniversary
12:30pm Michael DeGrego 2nd Anniversary
WEEKLY UPCOMING EVENTS
6:00pm Anthony Rizzetta
MONDAY November 24th: Prayer Group - 7:30 pm in
the school; K of C meetings at 7:30 pm sharp on the
2nd & 4th Mondays of month.; Thanksgiving Liturgy at
7pm in the church.
TUESDAY November 25th: AA 5:30 to 9:30 pm
meeting room school .
WEDNESDAY November 26h: Adoration noon in
church; Benediction in church at 6:45pm.& Novena
7pm in the Church
THURSDAY November 27th: Happy Thanksgiving!
Enjoy your families.
Friday November 28th: Parish office closed.
Saturday November 29th: AA Meeting - 6:30 pm &
8:00 pm classroom; Bible Study at 9:30am Parish
Center; Spanish Prayer Group Mass 7:15pm Church.
SUNDAY November 30th: AA Meeting—5pm (cap
rm.) ; NA Meeting—7:30pm;RCIA 10:30am Parish
Conference Room; Second Collection Catholic Education; Please take your ornament from the Giving
Tree.
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MASSES FOR THE WEEK
MONDAY
6:30am
Maureen & James Boylan
9:00am
Guilliaume Vallin 2nd Anniversary
7:00pm
Thanksgiving Liturgy for Parish
TUESDAY
6:30am Robert Collins
9:00am Isabel, Sergio & Manuel Vibar
WEDNESDAY
6:30am Festa Family
9:00am Deceased of the Trulli Family
THURSDAY
6:30am
Alice Burke
9:00am
McCarthy, O’Boyle & Lavin Families
FRIDAY
6:30am
Joann Olivieri
9:00am
Deceased of the Trulli Family
BANNS OF MARRIAGE
II
Elizabeth Ruggiero & John DeKams
II
Meghan Liska & Anthony Saravaideo
I, II & III Patricia Salgado & Samuel Hernandez
SATURDAY
7:30am
Phil Reyes ( Living)
9:00am
Rita & Richard Ryan
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300 Club Winner
The winner is # 244 L. Hanken
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Sanctuary Lamp this week is in memory
of
Guillaume Vallin 2nd Anniversary
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FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT
5:30pm
Andrew Verrilli 13th Anniversary
7:30am
People of the Parish
9:30am
Josephine Kelly 1st Anniversary
11:00am
Angelo, Mary, Antoinette Marcario
12:30pm
Patrick Naughton
6:00pm
DEVOTIONS
Carmine Massaro 4th Anniversary
Wednesday
————————————————————NEXT WEEK’S SECOND COLLECTION is
for Catholic Education
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A HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL!
Monsignor Emmet Nevin and the entire
Parish Staff of St. Paul Church
1
Noon
Adoration
6:45 PM
Benediction
7:00 PM
Novena
Friday
aft. 9AM Mass
Divine Mercy
Daily
after 9:00 AM
Mass/Rosary follows
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THANKSGIVING IN AMERICA
Every year, at this time, Americans gather with family and friends in order to celebrate Thanksgiving, sometimes referred to as “Turkey Day.” This national holiday takes place every year on the fourth
Thursday in November. The Thanksgiving holiday was first begun under George Washington. The First
National Proclamation of Thanksgiving was given by the Continental Congress in 1777 from its temporary location in York, PA. It was again revived in 1863, when during the Civil War, President Abraham
Lincoln proclaimed a national day of “Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in
the Heavens
Every school child learns the story of what is commonly referred to as the “First Thanksgiving”
celebrated by the Pilgrims of Plymouth Rock after their first harvest in the New World in 1621. This feast
lasted three days, and it was attended by 50 Pilgrims, (all that remained of the 100 who had landed the
year before) and 90 members of the local Indian (Native American) tribe. Massachusetts Bay Colony,
populated by Puritans, celebrated their first Thanksgiving in 1630.
A new tradition began 1947, when the National Turkey Federation presented the President with a
live turkey and two dressed turkeys. JFK was the first president reported to spare the live turkey and
President Reagan was the first to grant a Presidential Pardon, a tradition carried on ever since. Do you
know that Benjamin Franklin once campaigned to have the Turkey, not the Bald Eagle, named as our
national bird?
In the U.S., most families typically center their Thanksgiving meal on the roasted turkey. Depending upon ones roots, special elements of other cultures or traditions may be incorporated into the family
celebration on Thanksgiving Day. Today, Thanksgiving often involves a “full package” of religious services, parades, football games, family gatherings, huge meals and, in many cases, lots of leftovers to be
recycled in rather creative ways in the days following the holiday.
Every year, it is traditional for the President of the United States to issue a Thanksgiving message
to the nation. In more recent years, one of the more meaningful and prayerful messages was delivered
in 2003 by President George W. Bush and I would like to share it with you because, in my view, it helps
us all to focus on the real meaning of what Thanksgiving in America should be all about.
“Each year on Thanksgiving, we gather with family and friends to thank God for the many blessings he has given us, and we ask God to continue to guide and watch over our country.
Almost 400 years ago, after surviving their first winter at Plymouth, the Pilgrims celebrated a harvest feast to give thanks. George Washington proclaimed the First National Day of Thanksgiving in
1789, and Abraham Lincoln revived the tradition during the Civil War. Since that time, our citizens have
paused to express thanks for the bounty of blessings we enjoy and to spend time with family and friends.
In want or in plenty, in times of challenge or times of calm, we always have reasons to be thankful.
America is a land of abundance, prosperity and hope. We must never take for granted the things
that make our country great: a firm foundation of freedom, justice and equality; a belief in democracy and
the rule of law; and our fundamental rights to gather, speak, and to worship freely.
These liberties do not come without cost. Throughout history, many have sacrificed to preserve
our freedom and to defend peace around the world. Today, the brave men and women of our military
continue this noble tradition. These heroes and their loved ones have the gratitude of our Nation.
On this day, we also remember those less fortunate among us. They are our neighbors and our
fellow citizens, and we are committed to reaching out to them and to all those in need in our communities.
This Thanksgiving, we again give thanks for all of our blessings and for the freedoms we enjoy
every day. Our Founders thanked the Almighty and humbly sought His wisdom and blessing. May we
always live by that same trust, and may God continue to watch over and bless the United States of
America.”
On Monday evening, November 24th at 7:00 PM, let us all try, as a parish family, to gather here in
our church, in order to give thanks to God by celebrating holy Mass. Let try our best to make our
“Thanksgiving Package” be centered not upon self indulgence but, rather, on the one to whom
we need to GIVE unending THANKS– Almighty God!
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PRAYER FOR THE SICK
THANKSGIVING LITURGY MONDAY
EVENING, NOVEMBER 24TH—7PM
We pray that the sick of our parish, our relatives and
friends, will experience God’s healing love, especially
Stephanie Scalisi, Elaine Wylie, Dan Cella, John Griffin,
Devin Dineen, Peggy Byelick, Betty Totero, Eileen
Gerz, Carol Butler, Frances Cooney, Jessica Guzman,
Michael Doria, Adrianna Gutierrez, Michelle Powell,
Maria DeMaio, Kelly Rooney, Emily Kryger, Deidre
Sullivan-Beirne, Christine Adams, Mike Weber ,
Michelle Benson, Edward Reynolds, Pamela Samoylo,
Linda Thurston, Deacon Hopkins, Jim Dixon, Brian
Mullen, Frederick Santos , Marie Fleming, Angela
Rush, Patricia Widmaer , Phyllis O’Brien, Daniel Alicea, Dorothy Cooney, Tyler Joseph Gaudio, Jeff
Nepola, Gary Baisely, Thomas Swift , Msgr. Patrick
McCabe , Jessica Vergara, Marie Kennedy, Linda
Polen, Liam King, Kevin McCormack , Mary Leighton,
Richie Kezek, Barbara Sheehan, Mary Dwyer, Valentina Santos, Carole Bailey, Joan Will, Adell Cirrincione,
Patricia Iannucelli , Neil Sullivan & Carmen Reid.
Here at St. Paul’s, we will have our Parish Thanksgiving Liturgy for all parishioners. It will be on
Monday evening November 24th at 7pm in the
Church. We are hoping to have many of our PREP
families with us. Please join us our parish family
pauses to give thanks to God for so many blessings
in a world where so many have so little. Also, if you
can, please bring a bag of groceries for our offertory
procession in support of the less fortunate.
TURKEY DOESN’T MAKE YOU SLEEPY
AND OTHER FUN FACTS
CalorieCount.com, a health and wellness site, with
more than 5 million members, put together some
facts and figures on Thanksgiving. Did you know….
*Each Thanksgiving, the U.S. eats 690 million
pounds of turkey. That’s the weight of Singapore’s
entire population.
*Pilgrims used a knife, spoons and their fingers at
the first Thanksgiving. The fork was missing from
the table until the 1700’s.
*Ben Franklin desperately wanted the turkey not the
bald eagle, to be the official U.S. bird.
*50 million pumpkin pies are eaten each Thanksgiving.
*750 million pounds of cranberries are produced.
*3,000 calories are consumed by the average person on Thanksgiving.
*88 percent of Americans eat turkey at Thanksgiving.
*Typically, turkey is made up of 70 percent white
meat and 30 percent dark meat. (Luckily for us, the
U.S. generally prefers white meat while other countries like dark meat.
*Dark meat provides richer flavor, while white meat
has fewer calories and less fat.
*Turkey is rich in zinc and vitamin B-niacin and this
makes turkey a Top 10 food for eyesight.
*Turkey doesn’t make you sleepy, even though amino acid tryptophan is present. Scientists blame alcohol and vast caloric intake at the feast.
NEW PARISHIONER REGISTRATION
Simply scan here to go to our new web site registration form….
or go to www.StPaulCongers.net and
look on right side for link.
SPECIAL NOTICE—FOOD CUPBOARD
All pick up of turkeys and trimmings will take
place on Saturday November 22nd at 9am.
There will be no food distribution at the Parish
Office that week. (Please don’t ask.) Thank
you. Happy Thanksgiving!
NEW FLOCKNOTES INITIATIVE
PLEASE BE SIGNED UP!
An “EMAIL BLAST” is the easiest way for me to
be in touch with our thousands of parishioners at a
moments notice! If you do not have your email address registered in our database (or if you’d like to
update an old address), you can do so by filling out
this form and dropping it into the collection basket or
leaving it at the Parish Office.
______ Yes, add me to the “St. Paul Email database so I can benefit from timely emails (via the new
Archdiocesan-wide FLOCKNOTES program. (No
solicitations—we will protect your email address
and cell phone number AND YOU MAY opt out
AT ANY TIME.) Again, PLEASE sign up!
My Name:
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CRECHE AT THE PALISADES MALL “
O COME LET US ADORE HIM”!
The Rockland County Knights of Columbus will
host their annual Creche dedication on Saturday, Nov.29th at noon at the Palisades Mall
first level in the court of J.C. Penney. This year,
the crèche will be blessed by our pastor and
county Dean, Msgr. Emmet Nevin. The event
will also offer a choir and some caroling. All are
welcome to join us in the celebrating that we as
Christians, believe to be the true meaning of
Christmas.
My Email address:
[email protected]_______________
Cell Phone Number:
[email protected]_______________
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY! Thank you! Msgr.
Nevin
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LITURGY MINISTERS FOR November 30, 2014
TIME
LECTORS
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
ALTAR SERVERS
J. Galletta
– V. Panzo
G. Enriquez &
5:30 PM
D. Zinna
E. Pellegrino & L. Hanley
7:30 AM
L. Perez
B. Lynch & D. Mangan
9:30 AM
Children
C. McShane & P. Paxton
M. Gill, W. Puehl & M. DiPrima
G. Spinney, Jr., A.
Decort, H. Caceres,
M. Katigbak, S. Reynolds, J. Granata & K.
McAleer
11:00 AM
B. Pfingst
L. Rockhill & T. Ryan
C. Mercado & R. McHugh
W. Hartl
W. Kelder, P. Dudgeon, A. Reale, A.
DiBianco, R. Vivas,
W. Rodriquez , V.
Alifieri & M.L. Reilly
12:30 PM
R. Lockhartt
J. Nash & B. Ruggiere
R. Leiter, C. Lebron & D. Petit
R. Lockhart
&
P. Mattiaccio
F. Cifuni
E. Minoza
6:00 PM
Nyack ManTolstoy
or A. & R. Blackwood
B. & P.
Masiello, J.
& R. Nash &
M.E. Morris
J. Salerno & R. Roy
Homebound
J. Slattery & C. Carrolll
J. H. Rivere, M. Nymcheck & C.
Murphy
C. Linen, J. Cerreta,,
J. Martelli & R. Aberion
PARISH ADVENT “GIVING TREE” Begins
Sunday, November 30th
R. Sicat, Z. Chambers , R.
Chambers & N. Cataldo
USHERS
R. Kraft—R. Burns
E. Biray&
V. Czajkowski
CATHOLIC CAMPAIGN FOR HUMAN
DEVELOPMENT NOVEMBER 23RD
SECOND COLLECTION
The Advent “Giving Tree” will be in the Church entrance next Sunday. Please take an ornament and return the indicated gift in support of our brothers and
sisters, including our local religious order infirmaries or
nursing home residents and other brothers and sisters
in need. Just think how this little thoughtfulness will
bring joy to the people who really need to be lifted up!
Return the gift to the tree (unwrapped) in a gift bag with
the ornament attached by Sunday, December 14th
and we will be sure that St. Nicholas delivers them to
their recipients before the big day! Thank you for your
thoughtfulness.
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DO YOU KNOW THE MOST POPULAR PIES
PEOPLE EAT ON THANKSGIVING?
Apple—20% - Strawberry –19% - Pumpkin –16% Cherry—13% - Blueberry—9% - Pecan—8% Lemon Meringue—8% - Chocolate—5%
and Cheese 2%
As we pause to observe Thanksgiving, we are asked to
sacrifice a little on behalf of our less fortunate brothers
and sisters. This special collection enables the archdiocese to assist in providing for the pastoral needs of the
hungry, homeless, and physically and mentally afflicted
in our communities throughout the nation, most especially here in New York. Thank you for your customary
generosity to this special outreach to the very “least of
our brothers and sisters.”
A THANKSGIVING REFLECTION
As many of us gather together with our loved ones and
friends, this Thanksgiving, let us remember to pause
and give thanks to God for all of our many spiritual and
temporal gifts. Let us also be ever mindful of the many
in our country who are unemployed or underemployed,
and the millions, around the world, who have so little
while we enjoy so much. God bless one and all.
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438 St. Paul, Congers (inside)
614 Corporate Way
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
845-267-4800
(845) 398-1339
NEW YORK CITY
ROCKLAND • NEW JERSEY
WESTCHESTER,
CT, VERMONT
374 Greenbush Road.
Blauvelt, NY 10913
Licensed & Insured
John Patrick Publishing Company 1-800-333-3166 • www.jppc.net
MICHAEL J. HIGGINS
Respect.
Joseph P. Damonti, General Manager
Michael A. Wicks, Manager
Value.
Monica Damonti, Funeral Director
Richard Romangnoli, Funeral Director
Simplicity.
Leanna Wegielski, Funeral Director
Gerard Macri, Funeral Director
SM
100% Service Guarantee™ • 24 Hour Compassion Helpline • Prearranged Service (Nationally Transferable)
FUNERAL SERVICE, INC.
“A Taste of Italy”
Pizza & Grill
845-589-0770
285 N. Rte 303
FREE DELIVERY
In The Colonial Shopping Plaza
217 Route 303
Valley Cottage, NY
Seafood • Pasta • Chicken • Veal Ribs • Pulled Pork • Hush Puppies
Corporate Events • Repast Luncheons • Baptisms • Confirmations • Birthdays Parties
60 Route 303, Valley Cottage, NY
Helmke
RAIL
Industries, Inc.
Landscaping & Drainage
513 Route 303 • Orangeburg
AUTO
SERVICE
INC.
1 Lake Road • Congers, NY 10920 • (845) 268-7000
(Corner of Storms Rd. & Rt. 303)
Oil Change • Auto Repair • Heating & A/C
Diagnostic & General Maintenance
NYS Inspection
(845) 348-8722
34 Rt. 303, Valley Cottage, NY 10989
(845) 721-9529 • Congers, NY
[email protected]
EXTERIORS
Auto Body & Collision Inc.
GLASS SPECIALISTS • WE WORK WITH ALL INSURANCE COMPANIES
FRAME STRAIGHTENING • CAR RENTAL AVAILABLE
relief of pain,
stress, anxiety and
much more
Leona Ogo Devin, LAc
www.ogoacupuncture.com
845.893.2747
insurance accepted
based on plan
LAKESIDE YOGA
AND FITNESS
Have fun & get fit
Congers NY Studio
YOGA • PILATES
COMBO FITNESS
LakesideYogaFitness.com
845-641-8775
Clarkstown Kids
Childcare
Congers, NY
A Division of Tucek & Son
(845) 268-0914
438 St. Paul, Congers (back)
Certified Teacher & Reading Specialist
www.cu
rtilandscaping.com
ANTONIO F. REDA
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Estate Planning & Administration • Wills & Trusts
Tax • Real Estate • Corporate
845-271-8151
www.RedaSchwanLaw.com
[email protected]
20 South Main St.• New City, NY 10956
Bella Vita
O DISP
AR
Commercial • Residential
Industrial
441 Route 9 W
Congers, NY 10989
914-268-2160
Authentic
Salumeria
Italian Deli &
Catering
BellaVitaDeli.com
69 Lake Rd., Congers
(845) 267-4143
Tolstoy
Foundation
&
Rehabilitation
Free Estimates • Fully Licensed & Insured
✓ Window & Door Replacement
✓ Seamless Gutters & Leaders
✓ Repairs of All Types
✓ Garage Door Installations
845-267-CAKE (2253)
AL
graphic design
portraits
845-627-2491
OS
art lessons for kids
Gourmet Cupcakes, Pies, Tarts
Cookies & Specialty Cakes
Landscape Design & Installation
Hardscape Construction
WWW.HUDSONVALLEYCAKERY.COM
Irrrigation & Landscape Lighting Installation
Commercial Snow Removal
FREE s
Pool Patios & Coping
Estimate
Waterfall/Pond Construction
Licensed
Outdoor Living Spaces
& Insured
Full Grounds Maintenance Programs
Frank Zaccaro ~ Owner • 191 North Route 9W, Congers, NY • 268-1790
169 Rt 303, Valley Cottage, NY 10989
OGO
ACUPUNCTURE
Auto, Home, Business, Life
268-6088
495 Kings Hwy.
Valley Cottage, NY
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OPEN FOR LUNCH AND DINNER 11AM TO 12 MIDNIGHT
Italian Food and Southern Food Specialties
Quality Auto Body Work
• FREE ESTIMATES •
268-7656
160 N. Rt. 9W • Congers
Greg Zurla
NAZ
SOUTHERN EXPOSURE
✓ Residential Roofing
✓ Vinyl Siding
✓ Aluminum Trim Work
✓ Cedar & Hardi-Plank
General Dentistry
Orthodontics / Endodontics
GREG’S AUTO BODY
Insured • License #862
845-398-2300
Stephen Giordano, D.D.S.
Teresa’s Pizzeria Ristorante
24 Hour
Plumbing
Repair Service
Quality
Bathroom Remodeling
Brendan McCormack Workmanship At
845-268-0992 An Honest Price
845-675-7904
786-3500
634-6110
268-6665
B.M.C.
Route 9 W., Stony Point
321 S. Main St., New City
113 Lake Road East, Congers
Nursing Center
Dorothy Corbett, Administrator / Acting CEO
917-453-8838 • 845-268-4392 100 Lake Road • Valley Cottage
New York, 10989
Ages 2 & 3 Pre-School Program
Ages 4 & 5 Pre-Kindergarten Program
Enrolling Now for Summer & Fall! 845-268-6813 ex 112 • 845-268-4458
[email protected]
www.clarkstownkids.org
John Patrick Publishing Company 1-800-333-3166 • www.jppc.net
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