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PINE PLAINS — In the Pine Plains Central School District, there are some traditions that get better with time. Whether they’re seniors in the school district or seniors in the local community, the annual Senior-to-Senior Breakfast has remained a steadfast tradition for students and residents alike, allowing academic seniors a chance to give back to their community and offer local senior citizens a delicious breakfast among friendly company.

Sponsored by the Stissing Mountain High School Class of 2020, this year’s Senior-to-Senior Breakfast was held on Thursday,...

Pine Plains

BOE focuses on safety plan, new teaching tools

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PINE PLAINS — For the first meeting of October, the Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) invited the public to come forward with any questions or comments on the revised district-wide safety plan at a public hearing on Wednesday, Oct. 2.

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The finest of fine in Millbrook

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MILLBROOK — The Fine Home Source Show on Saturday, Sept. 28, was a day that provided something for everyone on the green of the Millbrook Band Shell. From food and wine to knives and photography, there was so much to see and do under the tents that held 70 vendors. 
This was the 14th year for the event, sponsored by Crisp Architects, and each year there seems to be more to see and do. 

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Dancers to strut their stuff at FFA parade

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PINE PLAINS — Spectators awaiting this year’s Pine Plains FFA Agricultural Fair on Saturday, Oct. 12, are in for a treat as the parade will feature volunteers of all ages and abilities participating in a community dance led by internationally recognized choreographer Mark DeGarmo.

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Students strike up the band with Wynton Marsalis

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PINE PLAINS — Students involved with the Stissing Mountain High School Jazz Band were offered the chance of a lifetime last month when The Stissing Center organized a master class for the students with internationally acclaimed jazz musician, Wynton Marsalis.

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Pine Plains holds public hearing with a view to the future

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PINE PLAINS — In keeping the Pine Plains community informed of the changes being made to the latest version of the town’s Comprehensive Plan, the Comprehensive Plan Review Committee held a public hearing on Wednesday, Sept. 25, gathering additional feedback to aid in revisions.
About 22 local residents attended in the Community Room above the Pine Plains Free Library. Pine Plains town Supervisor Darrah Cloud called the hearing to order at the stroke of 7 p.m. 

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Pine Plains BOE appraises projects

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PINE PLAINES — In what turned out to be a straightforward meeting, the Pine Plains Board of Education took the time to review the progress being made on current projects and programs in the Pine Plains school district at its meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

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Third annual Rare Affair raises awareness and funding for rare disorders research

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PINE PLAINS — For the third year in a row, Erik and Michelle Hutchinson of Colton’s XXXtraordinarY Cause were thrilled by the outpouring of community support that their family and nonprofit received at the third annual A Rare Affair on Saturday, Sept. 21.

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BOE toasts first day, evaluates district projects

PINE PLAINS — Following a smooth start to the 2019-20 school year, the Pine Plains Board of Education (BOE) set to work, appraising several projects, programs and actions to benefit the Pine Plains Central School District at its meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 4.

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Cleaning up, townwide

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PINE PLAINS — With clear skies overhead and warm weather to boot, Pine Plains hosted its second annual Bob Couse Town Clean Up Day at the town’s Highway Department on Saturday, Sept. 7.
Open to Pine Plains residents only, this past Saturday there was a steady stream of cars dropping off items at the Highway Department. Along with nominal fees charged for certain items, mattresses, sofas, appliances with freon, tires, car batteries, sleeper sofas and even a piano were deposited. Electronics, full paint cans and flammable items were prohibited.

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Picnic with the Principal prepares students for new school year

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PINE PLAINS — Eager to welcome students back for the 2019-20 school year, Seymour Smith Intermediate Learning Center Principal Julie Roberts found a way to help prepare her students and fuel their excitement about school by hosting Picnic with the Principal on Monday, Aug. 26.

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