by Buffy Calvert
Perhaps because she was born into her grandmother’s arms on the top of Palmer Hill with one of the most beautiful views in the world spread out before her infant gaze, Marj Butler is grounded in the love of her family and has a long, appreciative, and happy outlook on life.
Andes Musical Moments will present a pre-Thanksgiving chamber music concert by the Arabesque Trio from the Hudson Valley Chamber Society. The concert is scheduled for Sunday November 24th at 3 P.M. in the Victorian Photo Home and Studio of Leigh Infield located directly opposite St. Anne’s Church on Main Street. The trio consists of Bassoonist
To the Editor, My wife, Janet and I came back home to Andes for the recent Community Day festivities. A number of others in the family came with us. It was a fun day for all and so good to see so many old friends. Sadly, as we all grow older, there are fewer
A look back at the 2001-2002 School Year by Anne Barrett v To reward students for showing good behavior, kindness, and citizenship, we provided the teachers with “Good Egg Awards” redeemable at the school store. v We financed the ACS Faculty Association’s Fund for Academic Achievement. v With community support, we organized an Easter Egg
by John M. Burkhart Superintendent of Schools Happy Thanksgiving! During the month of November we not only give thanks for all that we have but also for all that our Veterans have sacrificed for us. Mark your calendar as school is closed in honor of Veterans Day on November 11th and for Thanksgiving Vacation on
by Alan Galowitz Our Artisan Paths show was only slightly dampened by the threat of rain. At The Painted Cow, headquarters for the affair, Pat Matakas was working magic with her artificial flowers. How wrong I was to consider artificial flowers tacky. Pat makes their creation into an art. She gathers her flowers at the