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Alden Place CSEA Unit Vice President Julie Ruuge shared “Fun news from Millbrook,” in the photo above on Wednesday, June 15, when Elm Drive Elementary School students from the current second-grade class attended orientation at Alden Place Elementary School and planted a flowering plum tree at the school they’ll attend in the fall. Photo by Julie Ruuge 

MILLBROOK — On Wednesday, June 15, the current second-grade class from Elm Drive Elementary School went up for orientation to Alden Place Elementary School so students could learn what to expect when they start the new academic year in the fall at their new school. Each year, the Millbrook Central...

With instructor Jill Weiss coaching them through the steps, those enrolled in the Dover Senior Line Dancing class got their groove on underneath the American Legion Post 1949 building on Monday morning, starting at 9:30 a.m. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

WINGDALE — Topping the medley of arts and crafts, Bingo, dance and other exercise programs, the town of Dover invites local seniors to start their week with a spring in their step by stopping by the Senior Line Dancing class offered every Monday morning underneath the American Legion Post 1949...

Photo courtesy of The Stissing Center

PINE PLAINS — Among the artists featured in this summer’s Chamber Music at The Stissing Center series, the Pine Plains community was dazzled by the talents of pianist Mishka Rushdie Momen as performed at The Stissing Center on Sunday, June 12 at 4 p.m. Performing pieces typically heard in a music...

A seventh-grade math teacher at Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School, Allison Beaudet was recognized for her teaching excellence by the Mid-Hudson School Study Council in a ceremony held on Thursday, May 12. Photo submitted

PINE PLAINS — Though comfortable working behind the scenes to inspire students to approach math with a positive attitude, seventh-grade math teacher Allison Beaudet was nevertheless proud to learn she was honored for her teaching excellence by the Mid-Hudson School Study Council (MHSSC) last month...

Celebrating his success with his family, Anthony Cordato, center, was awarded the Most Outstanding Cupcake award for the men’s category and the People’s Choice Award at this year’s Cupcake Grange. Photo submitted

COPAKE — For one sweet summer afternoon, the Copake Grange was transformed into the Cupcake Grange for a fundraiser organized by the Friends of Copake Grange to benefit the Grange on Sunday, June 12. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., talented bakers from around the region were invited to enter their best...

Daniel Hart’s fourth grade class at Webutuck Elementary School opted to read “Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer” by Megan McDonald to kick off their summer reading last Friday, June 17. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

AMENIA— Kicking off their summer reading with an end-of-school tradition, the students at Webutuck Elementary School (WES) were invited to take out their books and spend time reading in the classroom on Friday, June 17. Though Reading on the Lawn is WES’s typical tradition, WES staff and students...

Amenia

June 22, 2022
AMENIA — Looking to introduce change in the hamlet of Wassaic to benefit the local community, the Amenia Recreation Commission (ARC) invited Wassaic residents to its meeting on...

Millbrook

June 22, 2022
MILLBROOK — April is an unpredictable month in terms of weather, but it definitely is the symbol of spring. Artists at The Fountains in  Millbrook, inspired by Director of...

Webutuck

June 22, 2022
WEBUTUCK — With Graduation Day fast approaching, the Webutuck High School (WHS) Class of 2022 embarked on a parade in their caps and gowns for the entire district on Tuesday...

Pine Plains


Photo courtesy of The Stissing Center

June 22, 2022
PINE PLAINS — Among the artists featured in this summer’s Chamber Music at The Stissing Center series, the Pine Plains community was dazzled by the talents of pianist Mishka...

Millerton


A resident shared their blood on June 16. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

June 22, 2022
MILLERTON — Following on the heels of World Blood Donor Day on Tuesday, June 14, the NorthEast-Millerton Library opened its annex doors to host a Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday...

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