Juvenile Community Accountability Board (JCAB) Training
Jun 28 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Are you interested in juvenile justice reform?
Do you want to help end the school to prison pipeline?
Then become a volunteer today!

Family of Woodstock is currently looking for volunteers living or working in Ulster County to take part in our Juvenile Community Accountability Board (JCAB). The JCAB is a part of the One80 program, a diversion program working to keep juveniles out of family court and the juvenile justice system. Volunteers for the JCAB meet with the youth and their parent/guardian in order to help the youth understand the impact of their action. The board uses RESTORATIVE JUSTICE techniques to develop an agreement with the youth that requires them to complete activities that repair the harm caused by their actions.

One80 will be hosting a half day training for JCAB volunteers on June 28th from 1-5pm. Please contact Dana to register for the training, (845) 514-0239. You can also download an application here.

4th Annual Family of Woodstock pop up Flea Market
Aug 11 all-day

Do you have a garage full of stuff you’ll never use? An attic that’s so cluttered that you don’t even go up there anymore? Have you been meaning to have a yard sale for years but just never get around to it? If you answered yes to any of these questions I have great news for you! We are seeking donations for the 4th Annual Family of Woodstock pop up Flea Market.

This fabulous event will take place on August 11, 2018 at the Old Dutch Church during the Farm Market, and will benefit the Joan Mayer Fund. Joan worked tirelessly with Family’s adolescents for more than twenty years. The Fund, established in her memory after her death in 2005, provides important extras to young people at FAMILY like school supplies, special clothing, emergency food, to access birth certificates, or transportation expenses for education or employment opportunities etc…

Items we are seeking are small furniture items (able to fit in a car), antiques, art, nick nacks, kitchen ware, and tools, basically anything you would sell at a yard sale. (No clothing, bedding or stuffed animals please) Call me to arrange a drop off or possible pick up of your donation, or if you are in the neighborhood you can drop off a donation at 166 Albany Ave. Kingston. If you would like to make a monetary donation to the Joan Mayer fund please contact me.

Tori Barnes
Adolescent Services
Program Director
845-331-7080 Ext. 146

Mid Hudson Valley Leadership Day
Nov 9 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Save the Date!

Friday, November 9th 2018, 8:00am-3:30pm
The Chateau, 240 Boulevard Road, Kingston, NY 12401

Celebrate Owners, Directors, Assistant Directors, Education Coordinators, Administrators, and anyone who supervises and supports staff in the Early Childhood Profession.

Keynote – John J. Pelizza, Ph.D.
Motivational Speaker & Author,

Professional Learning, Networking, Vendors and Giveaways!

Hosted by Ulster BOCES, Family of Woodstock and Community Playthings

Join us as a Sponsor:

Event website:
Questions: Michelle Friedel:

Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot
Nov 22 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

November 22nd, 2018 @ 9:30 am

The Family of New Paltz Turkey Trot is a 5K run and walk held annually Thanksgiving morning to support Family of New Paltz’s Food Pantry and Crisis Services. Building on the success of previous years, this year’s event will include prizes for best costumes, tee shirts for adults and children, and of course the famous Mashed Potato Fun Run, which is free for kids 12 and under. For the more serious runners, the 5K course will be certified by USATF this year, and will include chip timing. As part of the package provided by the chip-timing company, photos of individual runners crossing the finish line will be available for upload at no cost. Age groups this coming year will be in ten-year increments, and medals will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each age group, with separate awards for male and female.

Family of New Paltz is a crisis intervention center located in the heart of New Paltz since 1975. Family provides a myriad of services, including a 24 hour hotline and new textline, food pantry, free clothing store, counseling, support groups and multiple shelters for adults, adolescents and victims of domestic violence.

Free t-shirt with paid registration if registered by October 31st (not included with mashed potato run free registrations)

Group rate: $3 per person discount for groups of 6 or more if registered by Monday, November 19th, 2018. Please call us 24-7 at 845-255-8801 for the Group rate code.

Online registration now open!

More information:

New Paltz Turkey Trot

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