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UDC Has Upper Delaware T-shirts for $15 Donation

UDC Has Upper Delaware T-shirts for $15 Donation

NARROWSBURG – The Upper Delaware Council, Inc. (UDC) is offering for public sale T-shirts which feature the UDC’s Land-Water-People partnership logo and a map of the New York-Pennsylvania river valley.

The shirts, which are colored royal blue with white screen-printing, are available in all adult sizes for a $15 donation to support the non-profit UDC’s mission to conserve the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.

The UDC ordered a first-ever supply of the 50/50 Jerzee heavyweight cotton blend t-shirts as part of its 25th anniversary commemoration in 2013.

The circular logo printed on the front left chest area represents a bald eagle flying over Roebling’s Delaware Aqueduct with the Upper Delaware River flowing below.

A large map on the back side of the shirt shows the location of the eight New York towns and seven Pennsylvania townships which comprise the Congressionally-designated Upper Delaware region, with the river as the common bond.

Shirt orders are currently being taken by phone by UDC Secretary Linda Drollinger at (845) 252-3022, e-mail to linda@upperdelawarecouncil.org, or stop by the office at 211 Bridge St. in Narrowsburg, NY between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Payment must be by either check or exact cash; credit cards are not accepted. Please add $2.50 per shirt to cover postage costs if mailing is requested.

The UDC was established in 1988 as the oversight body responsible for the coordinated implementation of the River Management Plan for the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.

Its voting members are the NY Towns of Hancock, Fremont, Delaware, Cochecton, Tusten, Highland, Lumberland, and Deerpark; the PA Townships of Damascus, Berlin, Lackawaxen, Shohola, and Westfall; the State of New York; and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Delaware River Basin Commission is a non-voting member. The UDC operates under a Cooperative Agreement with the National Park Service as its federal partner.