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Celebrating 17 years of community at the Indian Rock Schoolhouse picnic

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Amenia resident Brecken Pope, 6, greeted community members with a smile on her face and a pumpkin in her hands. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

AMENIA — The local community was invited to Indian Rock Schoolhouse on Saturday, Oct. 5, to take part in a tradition started by the schoolhouse’s late founder, Ann Linden: the 17th Annual Community Day and Picnic.

“The biggest thing is Ann wanted this to be a living museum,” said Indian Rock Schoolhouse Board member Beth Murphy, “and that’s what it’ll continue to be.”

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