Monthly Archive: January, 2007

Community Budget Advisory Committee

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The Board of Education of the Rhinebeck Central School District has established a Community Budget Advisory Committee with the following outcomes: *        to provide community participants with information on how… Continue reading

Rhinebeck – Rheinbach Exchange Program

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HEARTS ACROSS THE TABLE DINNER & SILENT AUCTION on February 10th Father Brogan Center on East Market Street The Rhinebeck-Rheinbach Exchange Program is holding its annual dinner and silent auction to raise funds… Continue reading

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RHINEBECK TOWN BOARD WORKSHOP MEETING Preliminary Agenda 1/22/07 Call to Order: 6:45PM   Roll Call   Announcements:   The town board will hold a special meeting on February 5 at Morton Hall in… Continue reading

HEARTSCREEN AMERICA EVENT

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HEARTSCREEN AMERICA EVENT from January 26th to January 27th Rhinebeck High School The Family and Friends of Maggie O’Malley, along with the Rhinebeck PTSO and Rhinebeck Interact Club, are launching a campaign for… Continue reading

I Spy With My Little Eye – Digital Photography Classes for the Young!

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Digital Photography Classes for Youth. Six-session classes divided in  age groups 6-7, 8-11, 11-14 and 15-16 years.  Personal instruction and creative projects designed to inspire children to creatively observe and express their world.… Continue reading

Rhinebeck in review

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Rhinebeck Town Hall in 2006               Despite historic political change in Rhinebeck fifteen months ago, 2006 demonstrated that town government change would not be undertaken irresponsibly. Indeed,… Continue reading

Kids Night Out-A Benefit for Casey Heady

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On January 26th the Rhinebeck Teachers Association with friends of Casey Heady will hold a Kids Night Out. Good Shepherd Brogan Center Gym. All 1st thru 5th graders are welcome. Suggested min donation… Continue reading

What we can do as a community…

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Thoughts have been coming in about bullying at our schools. One thought from a really great mom!  The school could form a anti- bully squad.  A group of kids that could use their free time at school. … Continue reading

Not Here In Rhinebeck… A report on bullying.

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Hundreds of thousands of teens are bullied every day. Bullying has everyone worried, not just the kids on its receiving end. Yet because parents, teachers, and other adults don’t always see it, they… Continue reading