Faces of Dryden
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Retirement doesn’t mean slowing down. If you or one of your children had the blessing of having AnnMarie Streeter as a kindergarten teacher, you know her passion for children and literacy. … more
By Cathy Wakeman   The season of new beginnings is all around us. This past week hosted the beginning of the new school year. This week, Rosh Hashanah, the holiday of the Jewish New Year. As Faces of Dryden … more
By Cathy Wakeman   Where can you fight scurvy, walk the plank and tie up the knots on your sinking sails? Why, Pirate Day at the Southworth Library, of course. The second Saturday of the month is family storytime at … more
By Cathy Wakeman Tompkins Weekly   Josh Bacigalupi can never be accused of not having school spirit. With a ready handshake and wide smile, he eagerly greeted me for our 7:30 a.m. appointment to catch a glimpse of … more
By Cathy Wakeman   Dryden’s Boy Scout Troop 24 has added another eagle into its aerie. Continuing a long tradition of boys earning Scouting’s highest rank, Troy Sornberger, son of Melvin and Theresa … more
By Cathy Wakeman Tompkins Weekly   To walk past the once avoided Montgomery Park is to see a playground bustling with children, sports courts teaming with ball players and a pavilion hosting picnics. That … more
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