REMEMBERING JEAN — The Philipstown Little League, which plans to donate $500 to the Jean Marzollo Children’s Room at Butterfield Library, held a bake sale at Foodtown on May 6. The next Little League bake sale will be June 3. (Photo provided)
OFFICE SPACE — Visitors to the West Point Foundry in Cold Spring on May 5 are shown the inside of the 1865 Office Building by historian Mark Forlow (left). His 90-minute tour of the preserve will be offered again on June 16 at 10 a.m. (Photo by Guy Peifer)
WHAT CAN I SAY? — Jamishay Cammann provides a preview during Beacon Open Studios on April 28 of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which will be performed through May 13 at the Beacon Performing Arts Center. (Photo by Ross Corsair)
SPRING CLEANUP — About 30 volunteers from St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, the Philipstown Reform Synagogue and the Philipstown Garden Club, including Linda Magnusson Rosario, Kathy Fearn Richter and Sarah Yano, worked for two hours on May 5 to rake and prune the landscape at St. Mary’s in Cold Spring. (Photo by Cathy Duke)
CHESS MINDS — At the Haldane Chess Tournament on April 28, Leonardo Mancinelli of Garrison took first place and his brother, Massi, took fifth place in the Novice 1 division. (Photo provided)Did you find this article useful or informative? Please consider a contribution to support our nonprofit journalism. Our annual appeal has begun! All gifts of up to $1,000 through Dec. 31 will be matched TWICE! Click here for details. We are able to provide this website and our weekly print paper free to the community -- and pay our writers, photographers and editors for their hard work -- because of the generosity of readers like you.