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The following column appeared in the October 5-11, 2o11 edition of the Hudson Valley News . Many of us who are blessed to live in the Hudson Valley especially enjoy living here because of the proximity to working farms. We love … Continue reading
Embraced by many as “First Lady of the World,” Eleanor Roosevelt — in fact First Lady of both the United States and the State of New York; Chairman of UN Commission of Human Rights; United States Representative to the UN … Continue reading
This past Tuesday, April 19, marked the 236th anniversary of the beginning of the American Revolution. That was the day the first shots were fired in the Battles of Lexington and Concord which led to eight years of the war for independence … Continue reading