The Harlem Valley News We The People Tue, 14 Aug 2018 21:09:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 The Harlem Valley News 32 32 Guarantee your ThinkDIFFERENTLY Dash Entry – Register Today Tue, 14 Aug 2018 21:06:03 +0000  

Guarantee your ThinkDIFFERENTLY
Dash Entry – Register Today

Registration is now open online for the 2018 ThinkDIFFERENTLY Dash and Queen City Mile, a partnership between Dutchess Tourism Inc., First Friday Poughkeepsie, and Dutchess County Government. The ThinkDIFFERENTLY Dash and Queen City Mile are run/walks for individuals of all abilities, and all are welcome to participate in the city of Poughkeepsie.

The Dash and Mile will join the citywide First Fridaycelebration on September 7, beginning at 5:30 p.m.Pre-registration is $5 per person through September 4. Participants are guaranteed T-shirts and finisher medals if they register before August 15th; day-of registration ($10) will be available beginning at 4:30 p.m. on September 7.

The race route will begin and end outside 22 Market Street; the course will also include Main, Academy, and Cannon streets. Road closures will begin on event day at 2:30 p.m. ThinkDIFFERENTLY Dash participants will loop around once, and the Queen City Mile will consist of two loops.

“We are pleased to host the ThinkDIFFERENTLY Dash in the city again this year, and we are honored to work with Dutchess County Government and all of the ThinkDIFFERENTLY partners who work tirelessly to make our community more inclusive and accessible,” said Mayor Rob Rolison.

This year marks the third year the ThinkDIFFERENTLY Dash has been held, having attracted hundreds of participants in each of its first two years.

“Dutchess County Government’s successful ThinkDIFFERENTLY initiative encourages a welcoming and supportive environment for individuals of every ability,” County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro said. “Our ThinkDIFFERENTLY Dash fosters empowerment and connects our community, and its participants inspire us to overcome challenges. We look forward to hosting our third successful Dash and showing how the City of Poughkeepsie and Dutchess County ThinkDIFFERENTLY.”

County Executive Molinaro conceived the ThinkDIFFERENTLY initiativein 2015 as a way of fostering a more inclusive community for individuals all abilities. Dutchess County has since taken numerous steps to ThinkDIFFERENTLY, including holding events such as its annual picnic for children with special needs and their families, free sensor-friendly movie days and a baseball camp at Dutchess Stadium for children and young adults of all abilities. Since 2016, 100 communities throughout New York State have adopted ThinkDIFFERENTLY resolutions, pledging to offer a supportive environment to residents of all abilities. More information about the initiative is available at

First Friday Poughkeepsie is held every month from April to December, dependent on weather, and aims to increase awareness about the City of Poughkeepsie and showcase it as a thriving, safe, and attractive place to live, run and do business. For further information and to register go to, or

]]> Smythe Earns New York League Of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) Endorsement Tue, 14 Aug 2018 20:38:23 +0000  

Smythe Earns New York League Of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) Endorsement

(Red Hook, NY) Karen Smythe today announced she has earned the endorsement of the New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV). This endorsement follows the failing grade current Senator Sue Serino received on the NYLCV annual report card. Senator Serino earned a score of 38% from the NYLCV, which was due to her awful voting record on protecting natural resources and promoting environmental conservation. The Hudson Valley economy relies on clean water, agricultural products, and tourists to visit the many pristine landscapes.

“I appreciate the New York League of Conservation Voters endorsing my campaign and recognizing my dedication to protect our natural resources,” Karen Smythe said. “I was dismayed, together with many other voters, at how poorly Sue Serino did on protecting our environment and the resources we all rely on to live, work, and raise our families here in the Hudson Valley. Clearly, we need new leadership in Albany if we are going to ensure our natural resources are protected and used sustainably.”

Marcia Bystryn, President of the New York League of Conservation Voters, said, “Karen Smythe has been a dedicated environmentalist throughout her career. She has worked both in her community through the Beatrix Farrand Garden Association and in her professional life to spearhead many environmental initiatives. She will prioritize legislation to protect New Yorkers from hazardous waste and improve resiliency. We are proud to stand with Smythe in her election for State Senate and we urge New Yorkers in District 41 to cast their ballot for her this fall.”

The New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) endorsement of Karen Smythe for the 41st Senate District was announced shortly after they issued their annual scorecard for all state officials. In this year’s report, Senator Serino received a failing grade of 38%, ranking her at the bottom of the State Legislature on this critical issue. For more information about the New York League of Conservation Voters, their scorecard, and their priority issues, please visit:

You can learn more about Karen Smythe, her experience, and her vision for a stronger, fairer, and more prosperous Hudson Valley by visiting: You can also follow Karen on Facebook: and on Twitter:




 “One of the world’s great cabaret singers” – Time Out New York

Building on the runaway success of her celebrated show Hard Rain: The Songs of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, cabaret artist Barb Jungr returns to the Ancram Opera House on Aug. 18 in Come Together: The Songs of the Beatles, accompanied by acclaimed arranger and vocalist John McDaniel. The show will begin at 8:30 pm.

Based on their 2016 album of the same name, Come Together is a beautifully arranged and artful reinvention of songs from the iconic Beatles catalog. It was shortlisted as one of the Best Duo Shows of 2015 by Jungr and McDaniel were shortlisted as the best Vocal Duo or Group by the MAC Awards in 2016.

The Village Voice, in reviewing Come Together, wrote “The twosome find a different depth in the repertoire that even songwriters Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison didn’t reach.”

Barb Jungr is an acclaimed jazz and cabaret singer who has become best known for her work with, or “interpretations” of, the songs of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, Jacques Brel, The Beatles and, most recently, Sting. John McDaniel is a pianist, singer, arranger and partner in banter who has accompanied Betty Buckley, Tyne Daly, Brooke Shields and Patti LuPone, among others.

For tickets and information: or call 518-329-0114.  The Ancram Opera House is located at 1330 County Route 7, Ancram, NY.

Obituary, Cecil W. Doyle Tue, 14 Aug 2018 20:06:09 +0000  

Pine Plains, NY – Cecil W. Doyle, 86, passed away early on August 13th, 2018 in the comfort of his own home.

He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and Friend to many.

Cecil was born on September 6th 1931 a son of Wilber and Margaret Turbarg Doyle.

He served as a corporal in the United States Army from 1949-1953. After he was discharged, he worked at A &J Service for many years and then was co-owner of Doyle and Coons Oil Company until his retirement in 1993.

On April 5th 1953 Cecil married his wife of 65 years Gloria (Ingleson) Doyle who survives him at home.

Cecil was an avid fisherman and very much enjoyed his trips to Saranac Lake. He enjoyed many times with friends at “coffee time” twice a day and his trips around Stissing Lake.

In addition to his loving wife Gloria, survivors include a daughter Brenda (Peter) White, four grandchildren Sara(Christopher) Dundon, Lindsey White, Cody Blakeley and Megan White, two great-grandchildren Caleb and Sophie Dundon, a sister, Eunice Swartz, three sisters-in-law, Barbara Wesley, Augusta Ingleson and Marian Doyle, several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He is predeceased by a daughter, Deborah (Doyle) Blakeley, son-in-law John Blakeley, two brothers Louis and Clyde Doyle and two sisters Irene Stuetzle and Vera Leibhart.

Graveside service will be held on Thursday, August 16th, 2018 at 11 am at Evergreen Cemetery with Military Honors. Rev. Carol Miller will be officiating.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Hudson Valley Hospice 374 Violet Avenue Poughkeepsie NY 12601.

Obituary, Dorothy “Dot” Burdick Tue, 14 Aug 2018 19:56:52 +0000  

Stanfordville – Dorothy Edith Burdick (nee Barton) 94 of Stanfordville, NY died on Saturday, August 11, 2018, at Vassar Brothers Hospital with three generations by her side.

Dot was born the only child of Frank and Carrie Barton on March 8, 1924. Following her education at the Stanford Free School and Millbrook High School, she went to Albany to train as a Well-Baby Nurse and had fond memories of her years as a nanny to the Wing family. While organizing a lecture on India for the Grange, she caught the eye of a soldier just home from the war. After a short courtship, she and that soldier, Irving Charles Burdick, were married on June 4, 1949. Over the next 55 years, they made their life in Stanfordville. Together they raised four children through good times and hardships, all the while instilling devotion to family, faith, and community. The family enjoyed many camping trips culminating in a cross-country adventure to show their children the America they so dearly loved. The family always returned to the homestead they built on Rt. 82, which became a place for homecoming, giving thanks, and fellowship.

Dorothy loved the United Church of Christ in Stanfordville her entire life, where eight generations of her family have been baptized. As a member, she served in just about every position including Sunday School Teacher for 65 years.

Dot was a devoted member of the Stanford Grange for 82 years, serving in many capacities including Lady Assistant Steward, Lecturer, Grange Historian, and on the Executive Committee. She will be remembered as a commanding fixture at the Dutchess County Fair for many years as a cashier for the Grange Family Snack Bar.

She volunteered as a Cub Scout, Brownie, and 4-H leader and was one of the proud founding members of the “Asparagus” Club.

As Town Historian, preserving the history of Stanfordville for future generations was one of Dorothy’s greatest passions. Among her many other duties, she served on the Stanford Rescue Squad, Secretary of the Stanford Fire Department, an election poll inspector, and helped write “Stanford Memories”.

Her other jobs included working at; Post’s Farm & Garden store, Loft’s Candy Shop, Mid-Hudson Chevrolet, and the Pine Plains Central School District as a substitute teacher.

Her family was her greatest hobby. She was an avid seamstress, knitter, and quilter, making special Christmas pajamas for her grandchildren, and made her daughter’s beautiful wedding dress.

Dorothy was predeceased by her husband; and in-laws: Walter and Marion Post, Stanley and Ann Burdick, and Lois Husted. She is survived by her children: Kent and his wife Theresa, Jay, Mark and his partner Arlene, and Lea and her husband Michael; as well as her grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Mechelle, her husband Erik, and son Charlie; Kelly and her partner Brandon; Jodi, her husband Ryan, daughter Rory, and son Mack; Dylan; Mikala; a great many nieces and nephews; and the citizens of Stanfordville who are left to carry on her great work.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her honor can be made to the United Church of Christ Stanfordville, PO Box 424, Stanfordville, NY 12581.

A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 pm on Sunday, August 19, 2018, at the United Church of Christ Stanfordville, 5928 Route 82, Stanfordville, NY, 12581. Reception following, courtesy of the Stanford Fire Company, 6096 Route 82, Stanfordville, NY 12581.


State Police are investigating a car pedestrian accident. Tue, 14 Aug 2018 19:29:47 +0000  

State Police are investigating a car pedestrian accident.


 Major Pierce V. Gallagher
 Troop F Commander


The New York State Police are investigating a car pedestrian accident in the town of Lloyd. On August 14, 2018, at approximately 6:00 a.m., a State Police member in a marked vehicle on routine patrol, struck a pedestrian on North Road near 9W, south of 299. The pedestrian suffered several injuries and was transported by ambulance to Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital in Poughkeepsie. The investigation is ongoing at this time and updates will be posted on the New York State Police Online Newsroom.




Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue announced today plans to establish the William R. Updegraff, M.D. Memorial Fund which will help to compensate for equine medical care at the non-profit.  The first grant of $10,000.00 has been donated by the Marion E. Cantwell Testamentary Trust.  Deanna Mancuso, the founder of Lucky Orphans, stated, “Our 51 forever rescued horses and the entire team here are so grateful for such generous local support.”  Mancuso plans to have a special plaque made in honor of the endowment.
Dr. Bill Updegraff was a Dutchess County resident and practiced Otolaryngology, which is focused on diseases of the ear, nose, and throat. Retiring after 50 years of service at age 79, Dr. Updegraff was the recipient of numerous awards.  He passed away at age 97 having left a legacy of love for his patients, family, and friends.
An excellent horseman and lover of animals, he grew up riding American Standardbreds.  However, the future doctor’s favorite horse was an old gray mare named Bonnie, who was blind in one eye.  As a teenager, he rode Bonnie to deliver newspapers to his neighbors in Boone, Iowa.  As a father and grandfather, Updegraff shared his strong love of horses with his daughters and later his grandchildren.
The William R. Updegraff, M.D. Memorial Fund for the medical care of the horses at Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue will perpetuate the good doctor’s love and concern for the continuing care of orphaned horses everywhere.  Mancuso plans to have a ceremony to unveil the new plaque in the near future.
Flash Flood Watch Tue, 14 Aug 2018 13:01:28 +0000  

Flash Flood Watch

Flood Watch
National Weather Service Albany NY
324 AM EDT Tue Aug 14 2018

Northern Saratoga-Eastern Schenectady-Southern Saratoga-
Eastern Albany-Western Rensselaer-Eastern Rensselaer-
Eastern Greene-Western Columbia-Eastern Columbia-Eastern Ulster-
Western Dutchess-Eastern Dutchess-Northern Fulton-
Southeast Warren-Southern Washington-
Including the cities of Saratoga Lake, Saratoga Springs,
Schenectady, Rotterdam, Burnt Hills, Ballston Spa, Mechanicville,
Clifton Park, Waterford, Albany, Troy, Berlin, Eagle Bridge,
Hoosick Falls, Stephentown, Catskill, Coxsackie, Athens, Cairo,
Jefferson Heights, Hudson, New Lebanon, Kingston, New Paltz,
Poughkeepsie, Beacon, Arlington, Pawling, Wingdale, Dover Plains,
Millbrook, Stanfordville, Pine Plains, Amenia, Caroga Lake,
Glens Falls, West Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Fort Edward,
Cambridge, Greenwich, Middle Falls, and North Easton
324 AM EDT Tue Aug 14 2018


The National Weather Service in Albany has expanded the

* Flash Flood Watch to include portions of eastern New York,
  including northern Fulton county, the Saratoga and Glens Falls
  region, Capital District, mid Hudson Valley and Taconics.

* Through this evening

* Showers and scattered thunderstorms will contain heavy rain
  today into this evening. Rainfall amounts of one to two inches
  with locally higher amounts are expected. This amount of
  rainfall in a relatively short amount of time will have the
  potential to cause rapid flooding along streams and creeks, in
  urban areas, and in other low-lying and poor drainage areas.


A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.
Case of Powassan Virus in Dutchess Mon, 13 Aug 2018 18:48:06 +0000  

Case of Powassan Virus in Dutchess
Tick bite prevention strategies help reduce risk of tick-borne diseases

The Dutchess County Department of Behavioral & Community Health (DBCH) reminds everyone of the continued importance of tick bite prevention as primary protection from tick-borne disease. This reminder comes as the Department confirms a case of Powassan virus, a rare but potentially serious tick-borne disease, in a Dutchess County resident. The individual contracted the virus in the late spring, and is currently recovering at home.

“Although risk of contracting any tick-borne disease peaks in June and July, ticks may be active in Dutchess County throughout the year if temperatures are above freezing,” said Anil K. Vaidian, MD, MPH, DBCH Commissioner. “Residents should remain diligent about tick bite prevention practices as they enjoy outdoor activities in these waning weeks of summer.”

Powassan virus can cause symptoms ranging from a mild flu-like illness to life-threatening neurologic disease. While Powassan virus is a known risk from tick bites, it is a much rarer disease than more commonly diagnosed tick-borne infections like Lyme disease, anaplasmosis and babesiosis. Since 2007, there have been a total of 30 cases of Powassan in New York State.  Dutchess County has had a total of 7 cases, with the first recorded in 2009.

Best practices to prevent tick bites include:

  • Walking in the center of clear, well-traveled trails and avoiding walking through dense woods or brush.
  • Wearing light-colored clothing so ticks can be easily spotted; closed-toe shoes; long pants tucked into socks; and long-sleeved shirts as a barrier between your skin and ticks in the environment.
  • Wearing clothing treated with permethrin to repel and kill ticks.
  • Using EPA-registered insect repellents containing the active ingredient DEET, Picaridin or IR3535.


“Frequent full-body tick checks and prompt removal of any attached ticks remain a crucial element in preventing transmission of tick-borne disease,” said Vaidian. “We do need to be mindful that Powassan virus has been shown to have the capacity for transmission with short periods of tick attachment. So to prevent this disease, it is important for residents to check for ticks throughout the day and as soon as possible when returning inside.”


More information about ticks and tick-borne disease prevention, including recently added video resources, can be found at

County Program Teaches Young Residents  Vital Financial and Computer Skills Mon, 13 Aug 2018 17:04:07 +0000  

County Program Teaches Young Residents 
Vital Financial and Computer Skills

Poughkeepsie… Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro congratulates 20 local young people who recently completed the Dutchess County Department of Community and Family Services (DCFS) “Youth Financial Literacy & Computer Training Program,” an annual two-day course that teaches them valuable financial and computer skills. DCFS held two training sessions this summer in July and August, the latter concluding last week.

DCFS collaborated with three local agencies – Dutchess BOCES, TEG Federal Credit Union, and the Dutchess County Workforce Investment Board – to coordinate financial and computer training for local youth, many of whose families receive services from the department. The training teaches them about budgeting and computer programs.

A mentor from TEG Federal Credit Union taught students about financial literacy, and instructor from Dutchess BOCES taught them about budgeting, employment, and computer skills, as well as the dangers of and appropriate use of the Internet and social media.

County Executive Molinaro said, “Bolstered by the skills they’ve learned during this program, these young men and women are members of the community in whom we can all be proud, and Dutchess County looks forward to their future success. The skills they’ve each learned as part of the program will serve them well in their future endeavors, and Dutchess County supports their aspirations and will continue to help them attain their goals. We thank our community partners for their willingness to share their insight, as well as for making an investment of time and resources in Dutchess County’s future leaders.”

The participants, who range in age between 14 and 18, took part in the training sessions and all came from families who receive public assistance or foster care services from DCFS. Participants must achieve satisfactory attendance and satisfactory grades in school to qualify for the program, which is funded through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program and the Foster Care Block Grant.

At the successful completion of two full days in the program, each participant earned a laptop computer and printer to help them pursue their goals of attending college and pursuing a career.

In the past 12 years, the computer training program has served 256 youths. Eleven of the 12 Foster Care youth enrolled in the last class have now successfully moved on to independence, no longer requiring assistance through DCFS, or have begun attending college classes. Ninety-nine percent of youth participating in the program from 2011 to 2017 are no longer on Temporary Assistance. 

This program has been recognized as a best practice for youth job preparation and was showcased at the 2015 summer conference of the New York Public Welfare Association.

Saturday, August 11th was Back Pack Stuffing Day at the Pawling Resource Center. Mon, 13 Aug 2018 16:29:53 +0000  

Saturday, August 11th was Back Pack Stuffing Day at the Pawling Resource Center.

Volunteer stuffers, from L to R – Stephanie Mclaughlin and daughter Elizabeth, Deb Muroski, Susan Stone, Ananya Govindarajan and Vitaly Andruk. 

Not Shown: Executive Director, Terry Ariano, who organized this annual event.
Obituary, Timothy Price Mon, 13 Aug 2018 16:23:29 +0000  

Obituary for Timothy Price

Timothy Price

Timothy A. Price, 57, a resident of Amenia, NY, formerly of Stanfordville, NY, passed away on Sunday, August 12, 2018, at his home in Amenia. Mr. Price was a professional horseman who worked at many local farms. He later worked as a landscaper for Burlinghoff Contracting in Pine Plains, NY.

Born on August 15, 1960, in West Chester, PA he was the son of Harry W. Price, Jr. of Newark, DE and the late Patricia (Kelly) Markl. Mr. Price was a graduate of Unionville High School in Unionville, PA. On August 25, 1984, at St. John the Evangelist Church in Pawling, NY he married Tammy Mason who survives at home. Mr. Price was a member and whipper-in at Sandanona Harehounds in Millbrook, NY and was a whipper-in for Millbrook Foxhounds.

In addition to his loving wife, Mr. Price is survived by a son, Alex Price and his companion, Kristen Smith, of Hyde Park, NY; two brothers, Harry Price, III and his wife, Suzanne, of Palm Coast, FL and Michael Price of Muddy Creek, PA and a sister, Beth Foard and her husband, Thomas, of Chesapeake City, MD. He is also survived by a granddaughter, Ashlynn Price; his mother-in-law, Yvonne Phillips of Dover Plains, NY; two sisters-in-law, Karen Morehouse and her husband, Robert, of Wingdale, NY and Vicky Loeven and her husband, Jim, of Pawling, NY and several nieces and nephews. Besides his mother, Mr. Price was predeceased by his father-in-law, Gilbert Mason of Pawling, NY.

Calling hours will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. on Friday, August 17, 2018, at the Hufcut Funeral Home, 3159 Route 22, Dover Plains, NY. Funeral services will follow at 5 p.m. at the funeral home with Fr. Godfrey officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Akindale Thoroughbred Rescue, 323 Quaker Hill Rd, Pawling, NY 12564 or Hudson Valley Hospice, 374 Violet Ave, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. For directions or to send the family an online condolence, please visit


Harckham FYI: Voter ID Laws are a Civil Rights Catastrophe Mon, 13 Aug 2018 16:05:27 +0000

Fighting to Make Voting Easier

One of the biggest differences between me and Donald Trump enabler Terrence Murphy is our stance on voting rights. I support making voting easier, with same-day registration, early voting, and voting by mail. Terrence Murphy has proposed a Voter ID bill, that not only would reduce voter participation, but would disenfranchise historically marginalized groups such as Hispanic and African-American voters. This is a move right out of the Jim Crow south, and does not reflect the values of voters in the Hudson Valley.

Posted by Pete Harckham for Senate on Monday, August 13, 2018

One of the biggest differences between me and Donald Trump enabler Terrence Murphy is our stance on voting rights. I support making voting easier, with same-day registration, early voting, and voting by mail.

Terrence Murphy has proposed a Voter ID bill, that not only would reduce voter participation, but would disenfranchise historically marginalized groups such as Hispanic and African-American voters. This is a move right out of the Jim Crow south, and does not reflect the values of voters in the Hudson Valley.

In Unity,


Obituary, Mary Hardisty Mon, 13 Aug 2018 15:27:05 +0000  

Obituary for Mary Hardisty

Mary  Hardisty

Mary T. Hardisty, 87, a lifelong Amenia resident, passed away on August 11, 2018, at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, CT. Born on September 13, 1930, in Sharon, CT, she was the daughter of William V. and Elizabeth (Nealis) McEnroe. Mrs. Hardisty attended Immaculate Conception School and graduated from Amenia High School. She also attended The Foundling Hospital in New York City.

On June 17, 1956, at Immaculate Conception Church in Amenia, NY, she married Lawrence C. Hardisty who survives at home. From 1952 to 1958, she was employed as an office worker at the Up-To-Date Women’s Clothing Store in Poughkeepsie, NY. Mary loved spending time with her family that included her nieces and nephews.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her daughter, Laurie C. Hardisty of Amenia and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Mary was predeceased by her son, Lawrence C. Hardisty, Jr., her brother, William T. McEnroe and her sister, Anna McEnroe Costine.

There will be no calling hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, August 18, 2018, at 11 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church, Lavelle Rd. in Amenia, NY. Interment will follow at Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Amenia. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Immaculate Conception Church, 4 Lavelle Rd., Amenia, NY 12501. For directions or to send the family an online condolence, please visit

Pets of The Week: Duke, Van, Stephanie Mon, 13 Aug 2018 15:14:00 +0000

Duke & Van: These two friendly, sweet dogs need a very special family to open their hearts and home to them. Duke is a handsome mix who is outgoing and Van is a pretty white Shephard mix who is a bit shy. They are bonded and cannot be separated. Come meet these two wonderful dogs any day 10-3.
Stephanie: Stephanie is a pretty girl who loves to be petted. She’s friendly and when you pay attention to her she’ll follow you around. You can meet Stephanie and the many other cats and kittens who are waiting for loving homes any day from 10-4:15.
Putnam Humane Society, 68 Old Rt. 6, Carmel; 845-225-7777; Check us out on Facebook. Open every day 10-4:30.