Annual meeting of members Nov. 24
The Chapel Restoration has announced that Kelly Guinan Preusser has been elected to its board of directors.
The chapel will also hold its Annual Meeting of Members at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 24, at its Chancery Building, 45 Market St., in Cold Spring.
“Kelly’s deep ties to our community make her a most valuable addition to the board,” said Michael Armstrong, president.
Preusser, who studied at the Art Institute of New York, where she received a certificate of graphic design, is production manager at Grey Printing in Cold Spring. A graduate of the College of Saint Rose, Albany, she earned a degree in special education and has taught in that field in Albany and Staten Island. Her family has been a prominent part of the Philipstown community, having run Guinan’s Country Store and Pub in Garrison for many years. She lives in Garrison with her husband, Ed Preusser, of Preusser Real Estate, and their daughters.
The Chapel Restoration, a historic and cultural landmark with no religious affiliation, is a venue for weddings and other special events. It also hosts programs open to the public, such as the Sunday Music Series and Sunset Reading Series.