Speaker Date Topic
Thomas Heinzelman, Interim Principal GHS Nov 21, 2019
Update on G.H.S. programs
Update on G.H.S. programs
Following the resignation of Robert McKiernan as Goshen High School principal, the Board of Education approved the appointment of Thomas Heinzelman as interim principal, effective Oct. 4, at last evening’s meeting.
Some may recall that Mr. Heinzelman served as the high school’s assistant principal/athletic director from August 2011 to July 2013.  He is an experienced administrator with over 35 years of experience and clearly understands our district’s mission, vision and values.
Mr. Heinzelman is also a proud graduate of Goshen High School and is very familiar with the Goshen community.
John Strobel & Mark O'Hara Dec 19, 2019
The Goshen Ecumenical Pantry Inc.
The Goshen Ecumenical Pantry Inc.

The Goshen Ecumenical Pantry Inc.

Housed in the Goshen First Presbyterian Church at 33 Park Place, Goshen,distributes food to Goshen residents, on the second Saturday of each month from 9:30am to 10:30am. Please arrive at 9:00am to help on the Saturday distribution, & on the last Thursday of the month from 6:30pm to 7:15pm. Please arrive at 6:00pm to help on the Thursday distribution.
The Goshen Ecumenical Pantry Inc. @ The Goshen First Presbyterian Church, 33 Park Place, Goshen, New York 10924. Call John Strobl at 845-294-9004.

Donate at:
https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/1352356
Or mail a check to the pantry at the adress above.

Goshen Ecumenical Pantry, Inc. is the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN GOSHEN, ST. JAMES’ EPISCOPAL CHURCH, GOSHEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, ST. JOHN A.U.M.P. CHURCH, GOSHEN CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH, ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST CHURCH, TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
The Goshen Ecumenical Pantry, Inc. a non-profit 501 (c)(3) Charitable organization, was incorporated in 1993 is comprised of volunteers from local area Goshen Churches and Temple as well as concerned individuals from the Goshen community.
The purpose of the Pantry is to promote spirit of benevolence and to advance and preserve the welfare and physical well being of the homeless, needy and poverty stricken by means of administering the collection, transportation and distribution of donated food and food products.
The Pantry is funded through Grants from HPNAP (Hunger Prevention Nutrition Assistance Program of New York), and Shoprite’s Partners in Caring Program, private donations, the Indy’s Holiday Donation Collection, The Red Door, The Goshen Memoral Post #1708 Inc Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion Goshen Post #377, St. John The Evangelist K of C St. Johns Council #1106, Catholic War Veterans,Rhinebeck Bank, The Goshen Seniors Group, Lego Land, Alders, Dr. Robert Dinsmore, St. James' Episcopal Church and our Souper Bowl of Caring Fundraiser.
The Pantry distributes food and food products donated primarily by the members of the local Churches and Temple, with additional donations from area School Food Drives, the Scouting for Food Drive and Post Office Food Drive, The Lions Club Food Drive,The Goshen Art Walk and area Businesses and organizations. We also purchase food thru the Regional Food Banks in Cornwall & Albany.
We distribute food to the needy in Goshen on the second Saturday of each month, at the Presbyterian Church Parish Hall at 9:30a.m. – 10:30a.m. We also distribute food to the Northgate Sr. Citizen Center once a month.
We are always looking for help to unload food from the Food Bank pickups, and we could use trucks and drivers to pick up the food at the food bank. Call John Strobl at 845 294-9004 if you can help or need info.

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