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PINE PLAINS — Adventure is out there for the young and the young at heart — and the town of Pine Plains is promoting activities for residents ages 55 and above with its Adventurers’ Club.

Every Wednesday, the club gathers at noon in the Community Room above the Pine Plains Free Library to make new friends and catch up with familiar faces over games, discussions, movies and more. Whether they decide to play a round of pinochle or listen in on a discussion about independent living, there’s always something to do. Sharing in potluck meals is a favorite pastime...

Pine Plains

Puppy pages

Young readers at the Pine Plains Free Library were delighted to welcome Dutchess County Legislator Gregg Pulver (R-19) and his husky, Ace, as the featured guests of a special story time held on Friday, Dec. 7. Beginning at 5 p.m., eight eager readers and their families gathered in the library to listen to Pulver read aloud from a selection of children’s stories and visit with Ace.

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The Rev. Carol Miller retires after 11 years of ministering to the Harlem Valley

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PINE PLAINS — The First United Presbyterian Church of Pine Plains reached the end of an era last month as its beloved Rev. Carol Miller bid farewell to the community after serving its spiritual needs for 11 years.
From her early childhood to her return to the area in 2007, Miller’s ties to the Pine Plains community and her home church, The First United Presbyterian Church of Pine Plains, have only grown stronger with time and experience. 

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BOE discusses Milan landfill solar project

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PINE PLAINS— The  Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) continued its conversation about whether to get involved with the town of Milan’s capped landfill solar project on Wednesday, Nov. 14
The meeting was held in the Cold Spring Early Learning Center cafeteria after the BOE’s annual tour of the school building.

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Decorations, lights, floats and lots of holiday revelers

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PINE PLAINS — On Saturday afternoon and evening, Nov. 24, hundreds of residents and many more visitors bedecked the town of Pine Plains with holiday lights, ribbons and acorns — not to mention the more than 80 Christmas trees that brightened every corner. It was all a part of the annual Decorating Day and Holiday of Lights parade that makes its way through town every Thanksgiving Day weekend.
“This is a family tradition,” said Pine Plains resident Mariah Dorn. “We always decorate the archway” at the town park, by the gazebo.

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Santa’s helpers

From left, Emma Henderson, 11, Skylar Lyman, 11, Ren Babcock, 11, and Ava Schultz, 11, said they were glad just to spend time together during Pine Plains Decorating Day and the annual holiday parade. For full story and more photos, see Decorations, lights, floats and lots of holiday revelers.

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Winners of the 2018 Halloween costume contest

PINE PLAINS — The following were winners of the costume judging at the Halloween party held on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the Pine Plains firehouse.
 
Ages birth to 2
Most Original: Up Grandma, worn by Silver Stoner.
Prettiest: Wonder Woman, worn by Kyarah Moody.
Movie Character: Miguel from Coco, worn by Alonzo Gonzalez.
Funniest: Chicken, worn by Aiden Paraszti.
Unique: Tilo in the Box, worn by Santino Scivolette.
Storybook: Waldo, worn by Maxton Wilber.

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Seniors breakfast with seniors

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PINE PLAINS— Students from the Stissing Mountain High School Class of 2019 forged a connection with local seniors at the annual Senior to Senior Breakfast on Tuesday, Nov. 13.

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Town Board adopts 2019 budget on a cold, snowy night

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PINE PLAINS — Despite a nasty Nor’easter that kept the public away, the Pine Plains Town Board made it to Town Hall to adopt its 2019 municipal budget on Thursday evening, Nov. 15.
“We should not have done it, but we had all these important things to get passed,” said town Supervisor Darrah Cloud about braving the elements. “Nobody was there.”

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Carvel conversations create open dialogue between Durst and Pine Plains

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PINE PLAINS — The Durst Organization continued its pursuit in understanding the community’s outlook toward the Carvel property’s redesign by hosting additional community conversations on Friday, Nov. 16, and Saturday, Nov. 17.

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Millerhurst Farm finds support following fire

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PINE PLAINS — In the wake of a devastating structure fire that destroyed two dairy barns and killed 46 cows at Ancramdale’s Millerhurst Farm in October, the Miller family was surrounded by love and support at a benefit held at The Stissing House on Sunday, Nov. 11.
Tickets were sold out. There was a silent auction, with many donations from area businesses, including a tour and tasting at Millbrook Winery, a two-night stay at The Inn at Pine Plains, two botanical watercolors by artist Mita Consini Bland, dinner for four at Mashomack Preserve and more. 

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