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With honors

Recognizing the academic achievements of the newest members of the Webutuck National Junior Honor Society (NJHS), the North East (Webutuck) Central School District held an induction ceremony on Wednesday, April 27, at 6 p.m. in the Eugene Brooks Intermediate School cafeteria to recognize their accomplishments.


Taking inspiration from the words and observations of Black writers and activists, Hotchkiss School students created works of art that were displayed in Troutbeck’s gallery as part of the Troutbeck Symposium. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Troutbeck Symposium: Students create blueprint for region’s cultural renaissance

AMENIA — Honored to be stewards of the region’s hidden histories, area students presented their historical research into the early narratives of the Civil Rights Movement, the Harlem Renaissance, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and their connections to Troutbeck and the local region as part of the Troutbeck


Wassaic resident Mark Doyle, a member of the Dutchess County Republican Committee, joined the Amenia Democratic Committee and others as he consolidated roadside bags and discarded a shopping cart into a utility trailer before heading to the Harlem Valley Transfer Station on Amenia’s Clean Up Day 2020. Photo submitted

Looking forward to Clean Up Day 2022

AMENIA — Volunteers from the Amenia Democratic Committee (ADC) and others interested in keeping their town beautiful rolled up their sleeves and donned their garden gloves back in 2020 in honor of Earth Day, and plan to do so again this year.


From left, after the rush of this year’s Easter Egg Hunt, Jeffrey Ellis, Bella Milano and Eli Milano took a moment to visit with the Easter Bunny at Beekman Park. Photo submitted

Easter Bunny pops by Beekman Park Amenia

AMENIA — The Amenia Recreation Commission helped local children and their families start their Easter weekend with a little excitement by inviting them to the town’s annual Easter Egg Hunt at Beekman Park on Saturday, April 16.


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BBQ and rainbows

Amenia residents braved April showers at the Amenia Fire Company’s Chicken BBQ-To-Go on Saturday, April 9. Those who showed up at just the right time were treated to a double rainbow while waiting for their meals.

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