Seniors bond with seniors over early morning meal

From left, in back, Stissing Mountain High School seniors Jaylen Beliveau and Ryan Marino bonded with Pine Plains Town Clerk Judy Harpp and 101-year-old Arna Jordan, a 1935 Pine Plains graduate, at the Senior-to-Senior Breakfast. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

PINE PLAINS — In the Pine Plains Central School District, there are some traditions that get better with time. Whether they’re seniors in the school district or seniors in the local community, the annual Senior-to-Senior Breakfast has remained a steadfast tradition for students and residents alike, allowing academic seniors a chance to give back to their community and offer local senior citizens a delicious breakfast among friendly company.

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