On behalf of the Village of Warwick Sesquicentennial Committee and the Village of Warwick, we would like to thank everyone that played a part in the first Sesquicentennial event, “Apple Eve.” It is during this Sesquicentennial year that we are focused on celebrating our community and having fun while doing it. With your involvement, that was easy.
We would like to thank: John Redman III, created the “apple”; Mike Moser and the Village of Warwick Department of Public Works; the Warwick Police Department, Warwick Fire Department; Warwick EMS; the Apple Eve committee members and Volunteers, Village Hall office staff; Christie Raneiri; Mary Collura; George Arnott; Steve DeGloria; Mark Damia for the slide show of centennial photos; Don Ledwin, photographer; Karen Decher, creator of the “Apple Queen”; Christopher Ford of DJ Party Mix; Katrina Sleder of K. Sleder Photography for the photo booth; Warwick Party Rentals; Warwick General Rental; Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus; Village of Warwick Board of Trustees; Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce; Warwick Merchants Guild; Green Realty; Community 2000; Tina Buck from Key Bank; Ochs Orchard for the cider and donuts; Pennings Farm for cider and donuts; Warwick ShopRite Bakery for the sheet cakes; Tuscan Café; Burger King; and Warwick Dunkin Donuts.
There are many more events planned for the year. Anyone is welcome to join the Sesquicentennial Committee. The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Wed., Feb. 8 at Village Hall, located at 77 Main St. in Warwick.
This is a special celebration for all of us, and we look forward to continuing the celebration throughout the year!
MAYOR MICHAEL NEWHARD
ON BEHALF OF THE SESQUICENTENNIAL COMMITTEE