Matthew Stamm, a Goshen graduate, organizes a team of runners each year to participate in the Classic 10K and Rowley 5K in Middletown. These runners, known as "Josh's Team," run in memory of Matt's brother, Joshua, who passed away in 2007 from Ataxia Telangiectasia. The money raised goes towards a scholarship given annually to a Goshen High School graduate.
From Newsday.com: Goshen High School held its 35th Annual Blood Drive and Bone Marrow Registry and collected 300 units of blood, with at least 140 units donated by students. GHS was the first high school in the US to hold a blood drive.
Tom Picchione, who graduated in 1998, opened Moose’s Retro Café on West Main Street in Goshen. After high school, he attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park and worked as a chef at the Wards Bridge Inn in Montgomery and the Osiris Country Club in Walden. He also served as general manager of Panera Bread in Middletown.