Cold Spring resident Joe Plummer will be honored Thursday, Oct. 20 for his volunteer work with the San Miguel Academy of Newburgh, an independent, faith-based, tuition-free boys’ school established 10 years ago. Plummer created a weekend film series to provide a safe activity for the students.
Plummer, who is a member of the Highlands Current Inc. board, is one of four people to be recognized at the school’s annual Scholarship Dinner. To contribute or volunteer, visit the school’s website.
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