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AMENIA — Maplebrook School presented Dutchess County Sheriff Adrian “Butch” Anderson with its President’s Award on Tuesday, June 5.

The President’s Breakfast was held in Whalen Hall on the school campus. Following introductions by Master of Ceremonies George T. Whalen Jr. and an invocation by Maplebrook School Pastor Gary Witt, guests began lining up for the breakfast the school’s culinary management team prepared with French toast, eggs Benedict, bacon, sausages, potatoes, pastries and more.

Looking over the program, attendees reviewed...

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Wassaic Project dances the night away with August Festival

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WASSAIC — Tucked away in the hamlet of Wassaic, a throng of art lovers were treated to an entertaining weekend of dancing, film shorts and live music at The Wassaic Project’s first August Festival.

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Learning the ways of Indian Rock Schoolhouse at picnic and community day

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AMENIA — For roughly 20 years, Amenia residents have celebrated the Indian Rock Schoolhouse with an annual picnic and community day at the schoolhouse grounds on Mygatt Road. 
Ann Linden, who helps organize the event and was instrumental in the schoolhouse restoration years ago, was again on hand for the festivities this month.
“I think it’s great,” she said, wishing more people were in attendance on Saturday, Aug. 12. 

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Looking racism squarely in the face

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AMENIA— Racism exists. Everyone knows it. Fortunately, there are some people working to stem the tide, making serious efforts to eradicate it once and for all. 
Enola Aird, founder and president of Community Healing Network, Inc., which seeks to “develop a unified global response to the root causes of the devaluing of black lives,” is among those fighting hate and racism. She was at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Amenia on July 30 to begin a dialogue with local residents about the issue.

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Eat and play at picnic and community day at schoolhouse

AMENIA — Each year, Indian Rock Schoolhouse has a picnic at the schoolhouse featuring the 1858 antique school and surrounding community.   For more than 10 years, folks have come together to enjoy and learn.
The Annual Indian Rock Schoolhouse Picnic and Community Day will be held on Saturday, Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
This year the theme of the picnic is food.

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Assessor appointment at center of debate at Town Board open session

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AMENIA — The resolution for a local law for the town to have a sole appointed assessor created a heated discussion among residents at the Town Board meeting Thursday, Aug. 3.
Amenia resident Sharon Kroeger said, “the town of Amenia has a dilemma.” 

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Maplebrook teacher Gerardo Amarillas naturalized as U.S. citizen

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AMENIA — For teacher Gerardo Amarillas of Maplebrook School, Friday, Aug. 4, marked the official beginning of his life as a naturalized citizen of the United States of America. 
Amarillas first arrived in the United States in 2001 from the Philippines and immersed himself in the newfound culture by applying for a variety of jobs. However, because he didn’t have proper documentation at the time, troubles arose in his search.

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Moose sighting

Marcia the Musical Moose was a hit with children at the Amenia Free Library on Friday, Aug. 4. She was there as part of the library’s Summer Reading Program, which brings guests to entertain and educate local children throughout the summer. “This is a wonderful program,” said grandmother Michele Davies, who added that she likes to expose her granddaughter to other children and the arts. 

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Webutuck BOE appoints staff members for coming year

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Amenia — The Webutuck Board of Education managed to settle business for the upcoming school year within an hour during the meeting on Monday, July 24.
The board passed a motion to accept the resignation of school monitor Katherine VanAnden, which became effective on July 17. 

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Kellie Parsons brings style and a smile to Studio 343 Hair

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Amenia — Walking through the doors of Studio 343 Hair in Amenia, clients will find themselves in good hands as hairdresser Kellie Parsons works to ensure that they feel and look their best.

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Edibles and honors at chef & farmer brunch for NECC

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Silo Ridge Field Club hosted Millerton’s North East Community Center (NECC) for its seventh annual Chef & Farmer Brunch fundraiser on Sunday, July 30.
Nearly every restaurant in nearby New York state participated in the event, which sold out three months in advance. 

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