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HUDSON – The Hudson Arts Emergency Program, a community-funded, WPA-style project, will support individual artists with stipends for projects that speak to life in Hudson during the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are being cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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POUGHKEEPSIE — The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donations to prevent another blood shortage as hospitals resume surgical procedures and patient treatments that were temporarily paused earlier this spring in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Contributed photoScouts BSA Troop 752, chartered by the Cadby-Shutts Hillsdale VFW Post 7552, completed the first “Virtual Campout” in troop history. Scouts camped at home and checked in via Zoom at various times throughout the weekend. Saturday night’s scavenger hunt, items that were requir…

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Contributed photoDespite the COVID-19 virus pandemic a group of veterans from Coxsackie American Legion Post 166 and family members gathered at the WWII Memorial at 10 a.m. on Memorial Day to honor fallen veterans. Social distancing was observed. The Post Chaplin Lou Martin led the service. …

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are being cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are being cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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ROTTERDAM — As Christians around the world mark Pentecost this Sunday, a holiday celebrating the Holy Spirit’s work in everyone across all the different ways people divide themselves, Messiah Lutheran Church, 2850 Guilderland Ave., Rotterdam, will celebrate the Holy Spirit’s presence in the …

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POUGHKEEPSIE — The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donations to prevent another blood shortage as hospitals resume surgical procedures and patient treatments that were temporarily paused earlier this spring in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Our Easter Greeting still rings out as we continue our 50 day journey from Easter Sunday through Pentecost. And so even, or maybe especially, in the midst of plague, and in the hope of transformation and healing, I say to you: “Alleluia”! I thank God for YOU!

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Contributed photoWhile the Catskill Elks Lodge might be temporarily closed due to COVID-19, we are still at work behind the scenes helping our community. Brenda Lubera, PER, was successful in obtaining a $2,000 Gratitude Grant from Grand Lodge earmarked specifically for local food pantries. …

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are being cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are being cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

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Webinar: “Tadeusz Kantor and the Polish Avant-Garde Theater: What They Have to Say to Us Today” - A lecture by Krystyna Iłłakowicz and Kathleen Cioffi

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“Trolls World Tour,” a piece of unassuming, handsomely produced fluff from Universal Dreamworks, is an unlikely candidate to make cinema history, yet that is precisely what it did.

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Here we are, more than 2 months after we first learned about the lockdown in New York State, and so much has happened. During this time, our artists have been busy in their studios and our staff is diligently working from home in preparation to welcome you back to the gallery with exciting n…

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Contributed photoNew York State Senator Daphne Jordan (R,C,I-Halfmoon), right, is pictured with Assemblyman Mary Beth Walsh, lending a helping hand to the community by taking part in recent hand sanitizer and mask distribution at Cornell Cooperative Extension in Ballston Spa.

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Contributed photoWhile the Catskill Elks Lodge might be temporarily closed due to COVID-19, we are still at work behind the scenes helping our community. Brenda Lubera, PER, was successful in obtaining a $2,000 Gratitude Grant from Grand Lodge earmarked specifically for local food pantries. …