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A 8 The Millbrook Round Table, Millbrook, N.Y., Thursday, Feb. 13, 1992
. Some significant comments made
by last year's studenttat our culminat-
COMMUNITY COMMUNITY ing activity include: "...when I have
stress or I am angry, 1 can always talk
NEWSLETTER to someone I trust.," and "... when
* * BULLETIN BOARD by John Yarochowicz,Principal, Alden Place School
making decisions you must think about
the risks involved and the conse-
quences that you'll face." and "When-
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volvementofmanj^r^uR§(in;0^ircojnri- will be taught by officer Roy Boyce of ever a problem confronts me, I will
DARE - Drug Abuse Resistance
THIS WEEK: Education - this substance abuse pro- munity demonstrating a sincere con- the Dutchess County Sheriffs Depart- always use the things I learned in
Millbrook Parent Teacher Organization Meeting cern about Millbrook's students and, ment. Officer Boyce, in my opinion, is DARE."
gram was developed and implemented
Thursday, Feb. 13,7:30 p.m., Millbrook Junior-Senior High in Los Angeles, Calif., in 1983 and is more importantly, putting this con- one of the best police educators with Clearly, overriding goals of the pro-
School cafeteria. The Akten Place Elementary School Building currently operational in 49 states as cern into action. whom I have had the privilege of work- gram are to assist parents and teachers
Leadership Team will give a presentation. All are welcome. well as several foreign countries. Last Once again, our sixth graders will ing. He is well-trained, understands in developing responsible future citi-
year with the approval of our board of be privileged to participate in this pro- kids and delivers instruction in a posi- zens and to make an important reduc-
Global Warming tion in the demand for and reliance
education, thefinancialsupport of the gram in which each class will receive tive enthusiastic manner.
The Global Carbon Cycle and its Relation to Global Warming" He will be at the Alden Place El- upon illegal drugs.
will be the topic of a color slide presentation Wednesday, Feb. Rotary Club, the involvement of the one hour of instruction each week for
Dutchess County Sheriffs Department 17 weeks on various topics such as: ementary School on Wednesdays to Calendar
19, 7:30 - 9:15 p.m., at Dutchess Hall Theatre, Dutchess and the purchase of T-shirts by our building self-esteem, assertiveness, work with each class and spend infor- Feb. 13: PTO meeting, high school
Community College. Speaker will be Jonathan J. Cole of the PTO, Millbrook's sixth graders were decision-making, resistingi pressure mal time with them at recess and dur- library, 7:30 p.m.
Institute of Ecosystem Studies at Cary Arboretum in Millbrook. among thefirststudents in the county and drug misuse. All of these issues ing lunch. He has been completely Feb. 14: Boys basketball vs.
Millbrook Library Children's Film Program to experience the benefits of this pro- will be explored using various tech- accepted by our staff at Alden Place Webutuck, 6 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2 p.m., at the Millbrook Library. "Suho and the gram. One of the most exciting char- niques such as role-playing, discus- and is treated as a fellow professional Feb. 17 through 21: Mid-winter re-
White Horse" and 'The Adventures of Black Beauty!" Length is acteristics of this concept is the in- sion and written assignments. Students in the educational field. « cess, schools closed.
his good works over in LaGrangeville. Forbes Jr., who seems to me to be very of many educators, and other unfair
UPCOMING: M Y SIDE He is a most amiable man, a delightful astute, was much kinder in his com- attitudes, even though she loved her
Concert at Evangelical Free Church person to meet, and a great cook. His ments in Forbes magazine than either native land. One point she made ap-
Sunday, Feb. 23,10:30 a.m., at Evangelical Free Church, bread is especially good, as we discov- Mr. Coon or Jim DeFelice. I guess plies to us also - the lack of support for
Clinton Comers. Jim O'Bryon and his daughter, Kera, will OF THE STREET ered at a memorable meal at the mon- we're in for a lot more of this kind of family situations. People who live in
government-owned properties take no
perform music, which will include vocal and instrumental astery a couple of years ago. His cook- stuff before election time. Thanks to
selections of traditional and contemporary favorites as well as by Marilyn Buchenholz book - I think he has two now - is Mr. Cuomo's deliberations, at least interest in how they are maintained,
(914)876-4320 available at Merritt Books. There are the season is a bit shorter. And we leaving everything to "them." She
original compositions. O'Bryon is a deputy undersecretary of mentioned rebuking a small boy for
many good things going on in our have been treated to some entertaining
defense and a trustee of King's College, Briarcliff Manor. Kera is backbiting among the Democratic con- damaging a crystal chandelier, and the
town, and I hope the Round Table will
a high school senior whose performances include singing The Across the street, it is 9 a.m., and the be bringing us more stories about them tenders so far. Poor Bill Clinton. mother said, "No matter. The govern-
National Anthem at the Baltimore Orioles home-opener and at a children arc arriving at the Cardinal and the clever people who are part of Among the books I have been read- ment will fix it." There were those
dinner honoring Barbara Bush. For more information, call the Hayes Nursery School. It is a bit like our population. ing is Raisa Gorbachev's, "I Hope." who criticized her for appearing with
church, 266-5310. an opening on Broadway, except that In a less generous mood, let me say This extended interview she had with her husband everywhere, but she felt
instead of stretch limos, there is a that I hope Mr. T. A. Coon of Rhinebeck a fellow Russian who had known her that was the proper thing to do, as
steady stream of family cars, from does not perish of apoplexy any time for a long time really changed my demonstrated by other countries, es-
Old Fashioned Ham Dinner pecially in the West.
station wagons to an occasional pick- soon. His letter to the editor was pretty opinion about the First Lady of the
Saturday, Feb. 22, serving 5-7 p.m., Westminster Church, Salt
up. Later in the morning - especially a exaggerated in many respects concern- former USSR. It seemed to me that she
Point. Price is $8 for adult, $7 for seniors, $5 for children 4-12, clear but cold morning like this-1 will ing President Bush. I am sorry that it got a rather bad, or at least Ah, well. Soon wc will enjoy the
free admission for infants. For reserved tickets, call Hazel Giles, see short people in the play yard, and unsympathetic press, in her appear- tranquility of gardening and these po-
agonizes him to have our nation's
471-7637, or Dianna Reynolds of Pleasant Valley. a three-wheeled mini-Lime Rock go- leader receive applause. Republican ances here and abroad which we read litical problems will be less oppres-
ing on in the paved section of the yard, or Democrat, the president is entitled about She was critical of her country's sive. We hope Mrs. Gorbachev is en-
with a well-clad adult guardian refer- at least to some polite respect. Malcolm treatmentof women, the incompetency joying her peace out of the public eye.
eeing the activity. A happy group.
We watch the weather forecast on
the morning talk shows - in our case it
Library films focus on horses is always GMA, Good Morning
America on ABC - to see what we can
expect. Still no sign of snow in our
The Millbrook Library's film pro- fiddle, whose mellow tones bring joy area. Unless we get that February snow Richard VanVlack, Born Feb. 23, 1925, in Lucy Massarelli of Hyde Park, Marg-
gram Saturday, Feb. 15, will focus on to those who listen to its song. which usually comes, there will be a Poughkeepsie, he was the son of Gil- aret Campbell and Dorothy Berardi,
horses. 'The Adventures of Black Beauty" severe drought next summer. I don't 66 bert and Mary E. Kreitmayer both of Poughkeepsie, and Alice
Legend has it that the love shared by contains two separate episodes: 'The think we have to consider this an omen MILLBROOK - Richard VanVlack, VanVlack. He was educated in Ar- DeCarlo of LaGrangeville; three
a poor shepherd lad and the white foal Fugitive" and 4The Pit Pony." This of disaster, however. On the weather 66, a former Millbrook resident and a lington schools. grandchildren, and several nieces and
he finds on the Mongolian steppes adaptation of Anna SeweH's literary show we constantly sec figures for 10-year resident of Big Indian, Ulster His former wife, Ann VanVlack, nephews.
underlies the creation of thefirsthorse- classic was shot on location in the other years when the temperature has County, died Feb. 2, 1992 at survives in Millbrook. A funeral service took place at the
head fiddle. In "Suho and the White English countryside with a British cast. either been much higher or much lower, Margaretville Hospital in Delaware Other survivors include a son, Gavin Allen Funeral Home, Millbrook.
Horse," Suhofindsa newborn foal and The hour-long program starts at 2 so we are not in imminent danger of County. VanVlack of New York City; three Burial was in the Nine Partners Ccm -
raises it to win an important race, only p.m., and admission is free. All chil- global cataclysm. I can recall my fa- Mr. VanVlack was a self-employed daughters, Gail and Deborah etery in Millbrook.
to suffer a terrible separation and a sad dren under 7 years of age must be ther playing golf in Kalispcll, Mont., carpenter and had been a lineman for VanVlack, both of Wappingers Falls,
reunion. Out of their final parting
comes this bittersweet legend of the
accompanied by someone 10 years of
age or older. Speaking of news, this newspaper
New York Telephone in Poughkeepsie
for 15 years.
and Stephanie VanVlack of Vermont;
a sister, Nancy VanVlack of Texas;
was full of good reports of coming
developments - one could almost say
He was a member of several gun
clubs and the National Rifle Associa-
two granddaughters, and two neph-
we are about to have a boom! It will be tion. He was an avid hunter and en- A memorial service was held at the FISHKILL - Barbara Sue Dolfinger,
very encouraging to sec empty stores joyed fly fishing. Dowling Funeral Home, 35, a Dutchess County resident since
being occupied again. Mr. VanVlack served in the U.S. Poughkeepsie. The Rev. Howard 1962 and most recently residing in the
I also was delighted to see Brother Army during World War II and was Krucgcr officiated. Town of Fishkill, died Feb. 2,1992 at
Victor receiving some recognition of the recipient of a Purple Heart. St. Francis Hospital in Poughkeepsie.
Prior to residing in Fishkill, she lived
'•0 >, !'> in Buffalo.
Robert J. Mrs. Dolfinger was a cashier for
Ames store in Fishkill.
The Family of Father Cody thanks all the Campbell Sn, 61 Bom Aug. 16,1956, in Buffalo, she
was the daughter of Lawrence Priorc
friends and parishioners who extended their of Fishkill and Berline Burney
kind sympathy, and the love and support MILLBROOK-Robert J.Campbell Hollenbeck of Millbrook.
Sr., 67, a Vcrbank native and lifelong On April 9, 1978. in Fishkill, she
given us at the Hufcut Funeral Home; Mass of Millbrook resident, died Feb. 8,1992 married Raymond R. Dolfinger Jr.,
Christ, The High Priest at St. Charles Borromeo at St. Francis Hospital in Poughkeepsie. who survives at home.
Mr. Campbell has been employed In addition to her parents and hus-
Church, Dover Plains; The funeral Mass at St. as a caretaker for Brookside in band, she is survived by her step-
Get the laugh on inter arid Peter's Church, Poughkeepsie; and St. Peters Millbrook since 1982. mother, Ann H. Priore of Fishkill; two
A World War II Army veteran, Mr. sons, Cory Dolfinger and Michael
Cemetery. Thank you for all your prayers, Campbell fought in the Battle of the Dolfinger, both of Fishkill; four broth-
8ave 50% In honor of thoughtfulness and care during my brother's Bulge and was the recipient of two ers, Francis E. Priore of Poquoson,
Bronze S tars and a Purple Heart Medal. Va., Lawrence D. Priore Jr. of
Presidents' Week! Illness. Mrs. Catherine Gorman. Bom Nov. 10,1924, in Verbank, he Hedgesville, W. Va., Scott Bierce of
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