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WEBUTUCK — With graduation on the horizon, Webutuck High School seniors Isabella Tomasetti and Taylor Edmundson will soon be leading this year’s graduating class as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively.

From their childhood days at Webutuck Elementary School to their upcoming commencement, both girls are longtime students in the North East (Webutuck) Central School District. While they enrolled at Webutuck at different times, they soon became immersed in the school district’s small community, forming lasting friendships with their classmates and getting...

Amenia

Under the hood …

The Amenia Lions Club held its Amenia Community Classic Car Show fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Maplebrook School. It was the club’s fourth annual showing of classic cars from around the Tri-state region. Though there was little pre-show publicity, a good crowd turned out for the day — and there were plenty of cars and trucks for everyone to enjoy. 

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The sound of music …

The Smithfield Presbyterian Church was alive with organ music last Saturday, Sept. 9, thanks to a recital by New York Philharmonic organist Kent Tritle. Tritle’s performance included works by J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn and Alexandre Guilmant on the church’s 1893 Johnson and Son tracker organ. Since the recital was organized to benefit the Oratorio Society of New York, a suggested donation of $20 was asked at the door. Following the performance, spectators were invited to enjoy a reception in the church.

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Amenia Town Hall hosts information fair for local veterans

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AMENIA — Local veterans are invited to learn more about the services available to them at the Veteran’s Information Fair on Saturday, Sept. 16.
Scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Amenia Town Hall, the idea of hosting a Veteran’s Information Fair was initiated through the collaboration of Amenia town Supervisor Victoria Perotti and Director Nelson Eddy Rivera of the Dutchess County Division of Veteran Services.

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Monte’s Chef Dafna Mizrahi to star in a new cooking show

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AMENIA — Celebrated in the county for her creative cuisine at Monte’s Local Kitchen & Tap Room, Chef Dafna Mizrahi’s talents as a culinary artist will soon be recognized on an upcoming cooking show.

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Students encouraged to ‘Take a Look, Browse a Book’

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AMENIA — For those curious about the green book baskets placed around town, the Webutuck Teachers’ Association (WTA) has found a fun new way to encourage children to read with the “Take a Look, Browse a Book” program. 
“Initially I was just thinking about putting baskets of books around the school for the students to read while they were waiting,” explained Monica Baker, a WTA member and English as a Second Language teacher at Webutuck Elementary School (WES).

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Church donation helps temple in need

AMENIA — The First Presbyterian Church of Amenia has been a presence in the community since 1748. The current building and connected manse were dedicated in 1867, at a time when the population and economic prosperity of Amenia was at its peak. Sadly, in September of 2015, it was agreed the congregation was to be dissolved.

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Lights, camera, action …

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Town Board considers benefits of Climate Smart Community Grant Program

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AMENIA— During its final meeting of the summer, the Town Board contemplated the advantages of participating in the Climate Smart Communities Grant Program.
Members heard a presentation on Thursday, Aug. 17, on upgrading to LED lighting by Big Shine Energy. Tonia Shoumatoff, former Conservation Advisor Council chairperson for Amenia, introduced the presentation. 
Clean Energy Communities  Coordinator Europa McGovern shared the program’s objective. 

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Indie film ‘Double Belgian’ looking for extras in Amenia

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AMENIA — Extras will be needed for a feature-length independent film shooting scenes in Amenia on Saturday, Aug. 26, and Sunday, Aug. 27.
Directed by Graham Winfrey and co-written by Winfrey and Doug Weeden, the comedy, “Double Belgian,” focuses on long-term friends as they pursue their goal of opening their own craft brewery.

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Sashaying and strumming into the past

On Wednesday, Aug. 16, Four Brothers Drive In welcomed young and old alike to enjoy a night of nostalgia with the Seenagers Dinner & Dance Party on its patio. Attendees were encouraged to dance to hits from the ’50s and ’60s as performed by local music duo, Jody & Bill. Dinner was accompanied by craft cocktails and other drinks. 

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