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The late Ann Linden honored at Indian Rock Schoolhouse Picnic and Community Day

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From left, Lions Allen Gamble, Wayne Euvrard, Amenia Lions Club President Ray Killmer, Debbie Johnson and Jack Gregory helped serve award-winning barbecued chicken at the 16th Annual Indian Rock Picnic and Community Day. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

AMENIA— Despite the cloudy forecast, local residents were in good spirits as they visited the Indian Rock Schoolhouse (IRS) for its 16th Annual Picnic and Community Day on Saturday, Oct. 6.

A local landmark at 25 Mygatt Road, the schoolhouse is a special place for Amenians. Webutuck librarian and IRS Board President Beth Murphy gave a speech and dedicated the schoolhouse pavilion in honor and memory of Indian Rock Schoolhouse founder Ann Linden, who passed away last September at age 76.

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