Think Differently Dash’ Planned for Walkway Marathon Weekend

From March 22, 2016 Race Specifically for Disabled in Poughkeepsie on Saturday, June 11th. POUGHKEEPSIE – This year’s Walkway Marathon Race Series will feature the Think Differently Dash on Saturday, June 11, providing people with developmental and physical disabilities a one-mile race of their own through downtown Poughkeepsie, organizers announced at a press conferenceRead More

From Poughkeepsie Journal March 21, 2016 Ulster officials earn praise — Anderson Center for Autism, Staatsburg, recently honored three community leaders with the V.V. Anderson Community Service Award, including Ulster County Executive Michael Hein, Town of Saugerties Supervisor Greg Helsmoortel and Saugerties Police Chief Joe Sinagra. “The individuals in our care often struggle with significant […]Read More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 18, 2016 Anderson Center Honors Elected Officials with Community Service Award On Monday, March 7th, Anderson Center for Autism of Staatsburg, N.Y. honored three local community leaders with the prestigious V.V. Anderson Community Service Award. The honorary ceremony took place at the Saugerties Police Department on High Street. The recipients, whom […]Read More

Poughkeepsie Journal March 15, 2016 Hopewell Junction resident joins board —George Whitehead of Hopewell Junction has been named to the board of directors at Hospice &Palliative Care of Westchester (HPCW). Whitehead, a partner at PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP, an accounting and advisory firm, specializes in the commercial audit practice with a focus on manufacturing, retail, […]Read More

Light It Up Blue’ to show support for autism awareness

Poughkeepsie Journal March 11, 2015 Henry M. Kurban As we usher in spring, a season of possibilities, let’s remember to look at the potential inside everyone, including those who live on the autism spectrum. Amid the bright colors often associated with spring – the reds, oranges and yellows of budding flowers, for instance – there’sRead More

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