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This Month’s Top Party Pictures

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Click through to see who’s been out and about in the Hudson Valley in our parties and events gallery.

 

Milkweed, a new art space dedicated to community building in Sugar Loaf, welcomed a friendly crowd to its open house on Feb. 4. The night featured live entertainment, local culinary delights, and artworks by local artists. From left: Milkweed founding members Olivia Baldwin, Ricky McAndress, Megan Jemison, and Brandon Knopp.

Photograph by Hannah Maxwell Photography.

 

The Hudson Gateway Association of REALTORS® and the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service welcomed new officers at its 100th Anniversary Gala at the Ritz-Carlton in White Plains on Jan. 21. From left: Incoming HGMLS President Renee Zurlo and HGAR President Marcene Hedayati.

 

On Jan. 27, the American Cancer Society presented the Newburgh Police Department with a certificate of appreciation for its No Shave in November fund-raiser and awareness event, which raised more than $1,000 for the organization. From left: Sergeant Joseph Cortez, Detective Michael Pitt, Anna Trocino and Veronica Ingram-Henry of the ACS, and Lieutenant Peter VanCura.

 

Filled with food, dancing, and a magical atmosphere, the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual Winter Wonderland Gala took place at the Grandview in Poughkeepsie on Feb. 6. From left: Carlo and Nick Citera, co-owners of Cosimo’s Restaurant Group; Jocelyn Zimmer-Klastow of Zimmer Brothers Jewelers; Jennifer Davies-Sadowski of Davies Hardware; Chip Simon and Karen Hansen Simon; IBM Poughkeepsie’s Kevin Cleary and Sheila Appel; and DCRCC President and CEO Frank Castella, Jr.

 

Close to 400 women — most of whom were dressed in red — attended the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon at Poughkeepsie’s Grandview on Feb. 26. Former FBI agent Pat Kirby — the inspiration for the character of Clarice in the 1991 film Silence of the Lambs — was the keynote speaker.

From left: Luncheon attendees Dr. Peter Zakow, Patti Zakow, guest speaker Pat Kirby, Dr. Ethan Gundeck, and Elizabeth Gundeck.

 

Close to 400 women — most of whom were dressed in red — attended the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon at Poughkeepsie’s Grandview on Feb. 26. Former FBI agent Pat Kirby — the inspiration for the character of Clarice in the 1991 film Silence of the Lambs — was the keynote speaker.

The 2016 class of BetterU Challenge participants — women who spend 12 weeks making lifestyle changes in order to combat heart disease — are congratulated by Central Hudson executive Denise Doring VanBuren (back row, third from left). Central Hudson has sponsored the BetterU Challenge for the past five years.

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