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June 14, 2019

Author Marian Grudko will be presenting

at the first Pawling Library Writer’s Workshop.

You have 10 seconds to catch the attention of an editor or a reader. Can anything be more crucial than your opening sentence? Well, yes – the second sentence! All are welcome at the...

June 14, 2019

“The Big Weekend” is here, commencing with the opening day of the Pawling Farmers Market from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 15! Come out and enjoy Bob Stump’s country music bluegrass, squeeze the lemons, and munch on bread while sipping the roasted coffee or...

June 14, 2019

Tower: The Tower of Victory is a memorial to peace

An institution in the City of Newburgh, Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site commemorates a key location during the American Revolution and evokes pride for the city’s residents.

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June 14, 2019

My son and his partner moved into their new home over the weekend. As I witness the support it is already providing for them in their lives, I am reminded of the support all of us can receive from our homes.

           

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This important mineral is necessary for normal, healthy body functioning. Magnesium is naturally occurring in ground water (e.g., well water); however, in the 21st century, we tend to use reverse osmosis, and drink triple-filtered as well as distilled water for many re...

Warm weather means greater access to local farms and the fresh crops they grow just miles from where we live. While I’m thrilled that Hannaford Supermarket partners with nearby growers, I know it’s something special about visiting a farmers market on the weekend to cha...

June 14, 2019

Salix Integra growing in Dorian’s garden.

New growth is white with a touch of salmon color.

One of the most widely known willows is pussy willow. The botanical name is Salix discolor and it is native to North American wetlands. Its catkins are as soft as a kitten’s paws...

June 14, 2019

Green Chimneys welcomed their newest member

to the family with the birth of a miniature filly named Cricket.

It’s a girl! After months of anticipation, Green Chimneys’ Miniature Horse Maya gave birth to Cricket, a filly (female), on May 15. The overnight event brought a...

June 14, 2019

On Saturday, May 25, Trinity-Pawling School held its 112th Commencement exercises and celebrated the graduation of 73 students.

           

The Commencement speaker was Mrs. Elizabeth P. Allen (Liz), President of the Boa...

June 14, 2019

The Pawling Library is collaborating with the Trinity-Pawling School for an important presentation on Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Employees.

           

In New York State, employers must, by law, provide em...

June 14, 2019

Ann Godesky addressed the crowd at the

8th Annual Pawling Rotary golf outing.

May 23 was slated to be rainy and stormy, but mostly sunshine prevailed during the Pawling Rotary 8th Annual Golf Outing at the Quaker Hill Country Club. Twenty-eight golfers enjoyed the beaut...

This past year, we’ve embodied the mantra of always being “amped for camp” year-round! We’ve embraced the summer season in full force, adding many elements to Lakeside Park that will positively affect our campers.

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June 14, 2019

On the morning of Saturday, May 18, members of the American Legion Halser-Kamp Post #215 met with youth from the Pawling scouting community to share the traditions of honoring our nation’s veterans and following the United States Flag Code. 

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June 14, 2019

Dutchess Tourism, Inc., (DTI) celebrated National Travel Rally Day with the announcement of the winners of the 2019 Dutchess Tourism Awards of Distinction, Tuesday, May 7, in front of a sold-out crowd at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum. Three fi...

At a special meeting on the morning of Monday, June 3, the Town Board voted to renew Pawling’s liability insurance policy through the Town’s insurance broker, Emery & Webb, in the amount of $101,231.94. Officials called for the special meeting to be held, as delaying t...

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