Monthly Archive: August, 2007

PANDA looks ahead after alleged theft: Former station official accused of stealing $25K

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RHINEBECK – The alleged theft of thousands of dollars from Public Access Northern Dutchess Area (PANDA) is further proof that recent changes to the television station’s management were justified, according to one town… Continue reading

MAD DASH – LABOR DAY, September 3, 2007

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STAR REBATE

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A Middle Class STAR rebate is available for homeowners who receive the basic STAR exemption on their property tax bill. These homeowners must apply to receive this tax relief, as the amount of… Continue reading

RHINEBECK – PANDA is broke.

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  PANDA stands for Public Access Northern Dutchess Area, a nonprofit television station. It can be seen on Channel 23 on Time Warner Cable. READ ON! http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007708230325

September in Rhinebeck!

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Pick Your Own: Apples & Pumpkins from September 1st to October 1st Location: Cedar Heights Orchard, Crosby Lane, Rhinebeck Just 3 miles from Rhinebeck Village, pick your own fresh, delicious, Hudson Valley apples… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Choral Club – Auditions! September 5th / 12th.

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The Rhinebeck Choral Club is actively seeking new members in all of our vocal sections for the 2007-2008 season! Members do not need to have any previous musical background or experience, and music… Continue reading

Preserve, kids’ home touched by Astor’s generosity

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Wednesday August 15Th 2007  RHINEBECK – Even after her death Monday, Brooke Astor’s legacy, and that of her family, lives on in the town. READ ON : http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070815/NEWS01/708150312

Be a Volunteer at the Mad Dash! Last Meeting August 27th

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Please contact us at : maddashrace@aol.com  or  845-266-4105.  Mad Dash: Road race has rich history Thursday, September 8, 2005   By Pete Colaizzo Poughkeepsie Journal http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/sportsextra/players/stories/090805s1.shtml

James Gurney’s Blog

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  James Gurney, the creator/writer/illustrator of the “Dinotopia” series, is blogging about the people and places he and his wife encounter on the road tour for his newest book, “Journey to Chandara.” “I’m… Continue reading