The Catskill Center is Launched!

We are very happy to say that The Catskill Center in Arkville, New York is an official member of the CMS Family! The Catskill Center is dedicated to conservation in the Catskill Mountains and Catskill Park, and to creating opportunities for communities throughout the Catskill Region.

ccdSince 1969, the Catskills have benefited from the Catskill Center’s balanced activity in Regional Advocacy, Environmental Education, Regional Planning, Arts & Culture programming, and their Invasive Species Program.

We are so honored to have been asked by the Catskill Center to re-do and improve their existing website, and happily jumped in at full speed re-designing the site to enhance their new logo and brand, improve the organization and user experience, and streamline their on-line store to make purchasing items and thereby supporting the organization a snap. We added a lot of new bells and whistles, maximizing the capability of WordPress and the ability to properly code functionality and we are very happy with the end result.

While the site will always be a work in progress with new content, information and functionality, we sure are glad to have this one “in the can.”

Welcome Catskill Center to the ever growing family!


Historical Society of Middletown Launched!

Happy Launch Day Historical Society of Middletown!

We at CMS are happy to announce the completion of the project. The President of the Historical Society, Diane Galusha, worked very hard to gather all the content and wonderful photos that make this website very informative for residents and visitors alike. If you are history buffs like we are, you will love this site. The rich and vibrant history of Middletown tells such a wonderful story-a story many may not know.

HSM board member Joanie Merwin designed the site with Diane and we put it all together.

HSM is holding their Annual Meeting and Luncheon today, October 23rd, followed by “Songs America Voted By: Campaign Songs of the 19th-Century,” a musical program by Linda Russell. All of this is at LaCabana Restaurant, Main St., Fleischmanns. Program (1:30 p.m.) is free and open to the public, made possible with the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the New York State Legislature, and the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.