Harriman begins back-to-school supply driveHARRIMAN — The Village of Harriman will begin a new community outreach program whose goal is to help in the aid of recycling school supplies and helping the less fortunate children of our community.

As the school year comes to an end, consider the following before disposing items:

• Did you over buy an item that will never be used?

• Is something lightly used and can be reused by someone else next year?

• Did you use one or two pages out of a spiral note book? Or just over bought because the price was right?

• If you don't plan on using combination lock again next year and know the combination, there is a great need for these.

• Did you purchase different kinds of books for test prep, that can't be passed down to siblings?

• Do you have string bags that can be reused or were obtained as a give-a-way?

• Do you plan on buying new back pack next year, but your current one could still could be used?

• Or are you just looking to help those kids in need?

Donations may be brought to The Village of Harriman, One Church Street, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or at the Harriman Police Department, One Maple Avenue, at anytime.

The village will be working with the Monroe-Woodbury School District to help the supplies get into the hands of the children that need them most.

For additional information, call845-783-4421.

Concerts continue next week within the Monroe-Woodbury School DistrictCENTRAL VALLEY — The following are a list of upcoming events and scheduling within the Monroe-Woodbury School District:

• Grade 3 concerts will be performed on Monday, May 22, at 7 p.m. at the following locations:

> Central Valley at Central Valley Elementary;

> North Main at Middle School; and

> Pine Tree at High School.

• Middle School Grade 6 Red & Green Band, Orchestra and Chorus will perform on Wednesday, May 24, at 7 p.m.

• Schools will be closed on Friday, May 26, and on Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day weekend.

Woodbury Memorial Day Parade set for May 28CENTRAL VALLEY — The Town of Woodbury Memorial Day Parade, will be held Sunday, May 28.

The parade forms at 12:30 p.m. on Bond Street and begins north on Route 32 at 1 p.m., pausing at both the Summit Avenue Monument in Central Valley, and the Victory Park Monument in Highland Mills to conduct brief wreath-laying ceremonies.

The parade will continue north to the Cemetery of The Highlands where it will end with a Memorial Day Ceremony at the Veteran’s Monument and Firemen’s Monument.

This year’s complimentary Parade Committee Journal Book, which includes the Parade Program Schedule and more is available at no charge, in local stores and public places, in the Town of Woodbury.

This year’s Grand Marshal, is Donald O’Dell, who is a veteran of the Korean War.

The parade includes veterans, marching bands, color guards, civic organizations, classic cars and much more!

Refreshments will be served to all marchers at the end of the parade and ceremonies, in the parking lot next to the Highland Mills Methodist Church.

Portions of Route 32 in Woodbury along the Parade route will be closed during the duration of the parade.

Travelers should plan for detours.