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From left, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro named Stissing Mountain High School senior Cailin Halladay and John Jay High School junior Jenna Franco as the first two youth leadership members of the Dutchess County Agricultural Advisory Committee alongside Chair of the Dutchess County Legislature Gregg Pulver (R-19), a multi-generation Pine Plains farm owner. Photo submitted

Stissing Mountain senior joins county’s Ag Advisory Board

PINE PLAINS — In celebrating the county’s rich agricultural identity, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro announced the appointment of the Dutchess County Agricultural Advisory Committee’s  (AAC) first two youth leadership members at its annual Agriculture Breakfast this spring.

Exploring their Ukrainian heritage through music, the Ukrainian folk band Korinya offered a melodic repertoire of music that celebrated the seasons, Ukrainian traditions and the hopes and fears of the Ukrainian people. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Stanfordville couple’s fundraiser for Ukraine draws strong support

PINE PLAINS — Motivated by an inspirational mix of food, music, speeches and generosity, area residents seemed more than happy to attend the Ukraine Emergency Fundraiser in support of Sunflower of Peace at The Stissing Center in Pine Plains on Sunday, June 5.

Above are Vietnam War-era Veterans, who received pins for the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War at the Pine Plains Memorial Day ceremony on Monday, May 30, held at the Town Clock Tower Memorial. Pictured above, from left, are veterans Dick Hutchings, Curtis Simmons, Frank Christiansen and Davis Simmons. Photo by Ruth Keeler

Pine Plains honors its vets: Paying tribute on Memorial Day

PINE PLAINS — As is the annual tradition, many members of the Pine Plains community came out to honor those who gave their lives in defense of this nation on Monday, May 30. The Shekomeko American Legion Post #426 and the Pine Plains VFW Post #5519 once again joined forces to organize the town’s annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony.

Former Pine Plains town Supervisor and local resident Darrah Cloud, an award-winning author and well-known playwright who spearheads the weekly Pine Plains Writing Group, is at the Portland Stage Theater in Portland, Maine, watching the lyrics she wrote for the play “Sabina” come to life, as shown in the scene shown above. Photo submitted

Darrah Cloud, from writing laws to writing lyrics, for ‘Sabina’

PORTLAND, Maine — Good things are worth waiting for, and that includes the latest work from Pine Plains award-winning author Darrah Cloud, lyricist for the musical “Sabina,” first conceived of in 2012 and now streaming from its debut performance at the nationally recognized Portland Stage Theater in Portland, Maine.


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