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Our Community Voice


May 2016

Kingston Clinic Moves to The Lace Mill Today
Health Care is a Human Right logo As of TODAY, May 12, the monthly Kingston Alternative Clinic of Health Care is a Human Right has a new home! To better accommodate Kingston residents, the Kingston Clinic is moving from The Kirkland, 2 Main Street, Kingston to The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell Street, Kingston 12401.  Click here for the map flyer. The Kingston clinic is offered the second Thursday of every month from 4-7 p.m. at The Lace Mill. Practitioners volunteer their time and talents, offering their services free-of-charge to help you back to wellness. Modalities include aromatherapy, hypnosis, massage, cranialsacro therapy, homeopathy, Matrix Energetics, Reiiki and sound energy healing. Wellness services are open to all and benefit people across a wide spectrum of ages, income levels, genders and healthiness. On-street parking is available; do no park in The Lace Mill resident lot. To volunteer as a clinic assistant or practitioner, contact Reenie Gordon . For more information, call (845) 481-3186.   
RSVP Now for Celebrate Community June 16
Celebrate Community Invitation 2016
You don't have to wait for your invitation to arrive in the mail next week, RSVP online now for Celebrate Community. This year, we've mixed up the fundraising fun: Senate House tapas inside, drinks outdoors on the Senate House lawn, an Adventure Auction with activities near and far like a luxurious overnight at Emerson Spa. You can sponsor the event online too and purchase raffle tickets for Dine Out Hudson Valley, worth over $1000 in local eatery gift certificates from places like Casa Villa, Hoffman House and A Slice of Italy. A special thanks to sponsors M&T Bank, Bruderhof Communities, and CHASE. Music by Mike DeMicco Quartet with Lindsey Webster; catering by Stone Soup Food Company.  Bring a friend -- better yet -- bring a few!
Woodstock Commons Resident-artist Opening
Avigayil Landsman DATE:  Friday, May 13, 5-7pm
LOCATION: Woodstock Commons Community Room, 1 Adler Court, Woodstock
Free and open to the public

Meet resident-artist Avigayil Landsman at an opening reception of her work on Friday May 13. The show runs May 13 through July 1. The exhibit includes illustrations from her book,  "Letters from Heaven: Spiritual Guidance from the Hewbrew Alphabet for Every Day of Your Life" and card deck, plus other works in colored pencil, crayon, pastel, watercolor marker and acrylic paint. For more information, call (845) 706-2342.
Sponsorship Goes a Long Way
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People-in-need depend on our services and programs year-round. Help us meet the need by adding your business to RUPCO's Corporate Sponsor Matrix. Simply complete and return this form with your check or contact the Resource Development Office.
(845) 331-2140 x276
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Duncan & Duncan Associates

Jeff Lowe Plumbing Heating & AC

Ulster County Board of Realtors

35 Years of Impact
RUPCO 35th Anniversary logo purple background with white houses _ people RUPCO got its start back in October 1981. Since then, we've touched a lot of lives. How have we touched you? We want to know! Share your story with us. Pictures are good too! How did you work with RUPCO over the years? Did we help you buy your first home? Did you save money by creating an energy-efficient home? How did we help make life more manageable for you and your family? Your story is our story! Share your story, long or short, with Communications Director Tara Collins (845) 331-2140 x276.

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