Monthly Archive: February, 2017

Boy Scout Leaders Make Camp Nooteeming Appeal

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    The Rhinebeck Rotary, at a regular meeting at The Beekman Arms on Monday, January 30, 2017, hosted Harold Teller, District Executive Director of the Boy Scouts of America/Hudson Valley Council, David… Continue reading

Rhinebeck at Home

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Rhinebeck at Home, Inc. is hosting a simulcast event on Monday, February 13 from 5:00 – 6:00 PM.  The event features a discussion with renowned surgeon, public health researcher and writer Dr. Atul… Continue reading

STUDENTS WIN TRIPS TO PLACES THEY LOVE

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Originally posted on Rhinebeck Community Forum:
  HYDE PARK, NY – “This year’s Writing about Place entries depicted a wide range of treasures from forests and ponds to the manicured landscapes of local…

STUDENTS WIN TRIPS TO PLACES THEY LOVE

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  HYDE PARK, NY – “This year’s Writing about Place entries depicted a wide range of treasures from forests and ponds to the manicured landscapes of local mansions,” said Scott Keller, acting director… Continue reading

IMAGES OF INTERNMENT: THE INCARCERATION OF JAPANESE AMERICANS DURING WORLD WAR II

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The Franklin D. Roosevelt  Presidential Library and Museum — to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066 — will open a new photographic exhibition IMAGES OF INTERNMENT:  THE INCARCERATION … Continue reading

Episcopal Church of the Messiah Third Thursday Luncheon Thursday, February 16, 2017

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The Church of the Messiah, located at 6436 Montgomery Street in Rhinebeck, New York, will hold the monthly “Third Thursday Luncheon” on Thursday, February 16, 2017.  As part of Messiah’s Outreach Programs, each… Continue reading

Rhinebeck Blogger Lesa Cline-Ransome’s Writerhood :Soul Sisters

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The scars of childhood are ones that remain deeply burrowed in our psyches. Sharing a room with my older sister Linda is one of those scars. I was not only seven years younger,… Continue reading

MAYOR HEATH TORTARELLA ON PUBLIC SAFETY AND THE VILLAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT

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It is my feeling that the first priority for any government must be to ensure the safety of the residents that it represents.  Our Police Department continues to serve our residents with honor,… Continue reading