Wednesday Aug 6
'Queen of the Delaware' leads volunteers on 25th annual cleanup
Ruth Jones, the 81-year-old owner of Kittatinny Canoes and self-proclaimed "child of the river," was honored for 25 years of service to the Delaware River by state Sen. Lisa Baker and state Rep. Rosemary Brown on July 22 after another massive Delaware River cleanup for this year had just concluded.
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National Park Service Ranger Tim Oset will explain the Battle of Minisink in an easy guided walk at Sullivan County's Minisink Battlefield Park near Barryville, N.Y., on July 26. The old boots seen here would be similiar to the ones worn by the soliders of the Battle of Minisink.
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"Creatures on the Fly" will be presented at Hunter Farm Preserve in Slate Hill, N.Y., on July 19. Explore the ponds and meadows of 60-acre preserve in search of wildlife in flight, including dragonflies, butterflies, birds and ducks.
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Canoes are emptied of their trashy burdons as volunteers carry some of the 16 discarded tires pulled from the Delaware River during the 2013 clean-up organized by Kittatinny Canoes.