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PINE PLAINS — Walking down Church Street around lunchtime, residents can satisfy their craving for a lunch hot off the grill at Spud Shack. 

Since their move to Pine Plains 12 years ago, Spud Shack owners Rod Quijada and his longtime girlfriend, Tami Plassmann, have set out to give the restaurant business a try, starting with the opening of the deli, Hard Roll Express. Originally located across the street from Stewart’s Shop in Pine Plains, the couple gathered a following with Hard Roll Express for 10 years, five of which were spent on Route 44 in Amenia. ...

Pine Plains

Victorian Tea fundraiser May 15

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PINE PLAINS — The Friends of the Pine Plains Library will hold a Victorian Tea at the Mashomack Fish and Game Preserve on Sunday, May 15, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Mashomack is at 7435 Route 82, 1.7 miles south of the intersection of routes 82 and 199.
Tickets are $32 and can be purchased at four locations in town: the library, the pharmacy, Deuel’s Hardware and Hammertown Barn. Mashomack is donating not only its facilities, but also items for the event. Harney and Sons Fine Teas is donating the tea and Ronnybrook Dairy is donating the clotted cream.

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4-H serves up community spirit at BBQ

PINE PLAINS — The 4-H Club of Pine Plains held its fouth annual chicken barbecue fundraiser at the Lions Club Pavilion on Saturday, April 30. The successful event welcomed local families, 4-H supporters and barbecue-lovers alike for an evening of tempting, fresh-cooked food, door prizes, a 50-50 raffle and a silent auction. All together, more than 200 meals were served and 100 items auctioned off and more than $2,000 was raised for the 4-H Club.

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Springtime seedlings

At the Pine Plains Free Library, librarian Marguerite Hill holds weekly story hours in the children’s room. Keeping in line with the spring weather, Hill recently read to the children from a number of stories about planting in the garden. She then sent the children home with a better understanding of the flowers that bloom in their parents’ gardens. To get the children in the spirit of digging in the dirt, and familiar with everything that one can find in the garden, Hill sang “The Itsy-Bitsy Spider” with her young readers.

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Soldier deployed

PINE PLAINS — Lt. Liz Cohn, U.S. Army, was recently deployed to Afghanistan, where she is a medical liaison for the 10th Mountain Division at the Role 3 Hospital at Kandahar Air Field. Cohn is the daughter of Ruth and Roger Cohn of Pine Plains.

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May events at the Roeliff Jansen Library

COPAKE — Imagine. Think. Connect. That’s the motto of the Roeliff Jansen Community Library, and during the month of May, there are plenty of opportunities to do all of that and more.
Join the new Classic Mysteries Book Club; select great titles at the sale of books from the library of presidential biographer Herb Parmet; catch the documentary film, “Moms,” followed by a question-and-answer period with producer Peter Odabashian; bring the kids to Wii night; meet award-winning author/illustrator Emily McCully; or get hands-on instruction in a radio broadcasting workshop (ages 8 to 12).

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Town Board meeting covers plethora of issues

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PINE PLAINS — The Town Board meeting of Thursday, April 21, was relatively brief and without much controversy. That was all well and good, according to town Supervisor Gregg Pulver.
“It was a very quiet night,” he said. “It’s very nice to go through the motions once in a while.”
A visit from
the assemblyman

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Easter egg hunt 2011

PINE PLAINS — The Seymour Smith Elementary School’s PTA sponsored this year’s Easter egg hunt for local children on Saturday, April 16. As in the past, dozens of excited children showed up to meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for eggs filled with candy. The hunt was done within a few moments, as the children grabbed the plastic eggs as quickly as they could, leaving no trace of the day’s event shortly after the 10 a.m. start time.

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Bedazzled by the bunny

Time stood still for 2-year-old Jennifer Barrone in Pine Plains on Saturday, April 16, at the Easter egg hunt held at Seymour Smith Elementary School, which was sponsored by the PTA. Jennifer was surely in awe of all of the brightly-colored candy-filled eggs that littered the grounds, but even more so of the larger-than-life Easter Bunny that headed her way as the hunt began. The dozens of children at the event had the opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny and be photographed with the holiday star as well.

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School budget adopted with no cuts to administration

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PINE PLAINS — After a lengthy discussion regarding the need for both a middle school and high school principal, as well as a dean of students, the Pine Plains Central School District’s Board of Education voted to keep its current administrative layout and unanimously adopted a 2011-12 budget for voter approval next month.

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BOE trustee proposes major staff cuts

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PINE PLAINS — Pine Plains Central School District Board of Education (BOE) trustees were caught off-guard by a proposal late into the 2011-12 budget process from Trustee Todd Bowen, who asked the board to consider eliminating one of two Stissing Mountain Middle/High School principals and the building’s dean of students.

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