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At the time of this writing, the Board of Trustees has made the decision to temporarily suspend print editions of The Pawling Record until further notice. Unfortunately, this decision was made in response to the publication’s financial situation. In order to decide on the best way to move forward in a positive direction, the Board and the staff of TPR saw no other option but to cease our printed editions and now provide limited content on the publication’s website. The Pawling Record has taken pride in bringing our readers the very best of community, commerce, and culture for over two years. Now, we must ask that
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"Stuff the Bus" Re-stocks the PRC Food Bank
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By Susan Stone
In spite of the searing heat, the Pawling Rotary "Stuff the Bus” annual event took place on Sunday, July 28, and was a rousing success. The generosity of the Pawling community provided nearly 1,800 pounds of food, 3,305 diapers, and 579 rolls of paper goods. Additionally, cash donations were also collected so that the PRC could buy anything else . . .
On the morning of Saturday, July 13, athletes from far and wide gathered at Lakeside Park to participate in the 32nd Annual Pawling Triathlon. This year would see a new addition to the event with the first ever Youth Triathlon. In total, more than 200 participants came out to swim, bike, and run through Lakeside Park and the Pawling . . .
Summer Fun at the Pawling Library
On Saturday, July 13, over a thousand visitors flocked to Lakeside Park for Pawling Community Day. This year marked the second incarnation of the event, which built on the success of last year’s inaugural celebration. The days festivities began with the running of the 32nd annual Pawling Triathlon, followed by the first ever Youth Triathlon . . .
By Susan Stone
On Friday, July 19th, the Pawling Library hosted a Scavenger Hunt. Children in kindergarten through fifth grade competed to find objects hidden around the library. While all the competitors walked away with a small prize, the two winners of the competition earned the right to shove a pie in the face of Children's Programming . . . .
PFD Carnival Returns August 7
By Tom Walogorsky | Staff Writer
On Wednesday, August 7, the Pawling Fire Department Carnival is back for four nights of festivities, food, and fun. A favorite summertime tradition in Pawling, the event will once again return to Lakeside Park, and promises to be bigger and better than ever . . .