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On the Town: Event Photos and Party Pictures in September 2015

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Senator David Carlucci (center) honored four Rockland County veterans who have been inducted into the New York State Veterans’ Hall of Fame on July 6 in New City. The veterans received medals from the senator for their military service and commitment to Rockland County. From left: Bill Mahan, Frank Morea, Carlucci, Alan Moskin, Charlie Maushardt.

 

More than 200 guests attended the Jacob Burns Film Center’s 2015 Anniversary Celebration on June 22 in Pleasantville. All proceeds from the event benefited the Center’s film, education, and outreach programs. From left: Leadership Award recipients Andrew and Judith Economos, jazz guitarist/vocalist John Pizzarelli, Executive Director of JBFC Edie Demas, and Chairman of the Board of JBFC Hugh Price.

 

Nearly two dozen craft distillers from across New York showcased their spirits and libations at the inaugural Straight Up New York event hosted by Black Dirt Distillery on July 11 at the Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery. Pictured are Black Dirt Distillery co-founders and managing partners Jason Grizzanti (left) and Jeremy Kidde.

 

The 18th Annual Partners With PARC Golf Outing was held on July 20 at Centennial Golf Club in Carmel. The event raised over $40,000 to support children and adults with developmental disabilities. From left: Partners With PARC board member Danielle Lucas, North Salem Town Supervisor Warren Lucas, Putnam ARC Board President Susan Lucas, and Putnam ARC Board Treasurer Tom Paradise.

 

Penguin Rep Theatre celebrated its 38th birthday with a gala hosted by Beth Fowler (right) from the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, and Richard Kline (left), co-star of Three’s Company, on July 13 at the Gilmore Sloane Mansion at the Stony Point Center. From left: Kline, Laurie Tautel, and Fowler.

 

Supporters of Dutchess Tourism, Inc., gathered at the Marriott Pavilion at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park on July 14 to celebrate its first anniversary as its own entity and 31 years of helping the tourism industry in Dutchess grow and thrive. The Dutchess Tourism Award of Distinction was awarded to supporters who have helped Dutchess Tourism on its journey. From left: Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro, Lisa Deleeuw, Vicki Benjamin, President and CEO of Dutchess Tourism, Inc., Mary Kay Vrba.

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