Around Town (Photos)

EVERYBODY WAVE — Participants show off their scenes of tranquility after a Teen Paint and Pizza party at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison on July 17. From left is Ruby Poses, Camilla McDaniel, Noula O’Reilly, Carmela Cofini, Maya Gelber, Phelan Waldron, Jovani LaRosa and Jasmine Gelfer, the daughter of illustrator Regina Gelfer, who led the session.  (Photos by Ross Corsair)

70 YEARS IN GARDEN CLUB — The Philipstown Garden Club honored Libby Healy at its annual spring luncheon for her 70 years as a member. She joined in 1948 and has been a board member and president. The club arranged for her to receive a floral arrangement from Cold Spring Florist each month for a year.

EXTINGUISHED — Fifty-five Philipstown students in the fourth through eighth grades participated in the Cold Spring Fire Company’s 16th annual Junior Firefighter Academy held July 21 to 27. Here, veteran North Highlands firefighter Jim Matero instructs 12-year-old Delaney Corless of Cold Spring on the proper use of a fire extinguisher. (Photo by Michael Turton)

PITCHING IN — The Hudson Highlands Land Trust and Scenic Hudson donated funds to purchase trash containers made from recycled material for the Cold Spring riverfront. Shown from left is Michelle Smith of the Land Trust, Amy Kacala of Scenic Hudson and Mayor Dave Merandy. (Photo provided)

It’s a table draped in black for The Addams Family and their guests, as the Philipstown Depot Youth Theater troupe rehearsed for its four sold-out performances this past weekend. (Photo by Alison Rooney)


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