Ghostly Gallop Results are in!

First Place in the Ghostly Gallop 5k Race goes to Rowland Butler. Followed by Kenneth Pierce and Jack Connor. For the complete list with times, see the Ghostly Gallop Results.

Rowland Butler finishes the Ghostly Gallop  5k race at the Hudson Area Library in Hudson NY 12534

First place in the Kids Mile Run goes to Jarid Neal. Followed by Pascale Bradley and Camdyn Ames. For the complete list with times, see the Kids Mile Results.

Kids Mile Race Begins in front of the Hudson Area Library in Hudson NY Jarid Neal finishes the Kids Mile Run in front of the Hudson Area Library Hudson NY


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Ghostly Gallop A Spectacular Success

Thank you to everyone who supported this year’s Ghostly Gallop 5k Race. Special thank you to our volunteers and sponsors without whom this event would not be possible.  

Results from the race will be posted soon. Please check back for updates.

Update Nov. 5th, 2010: First Place in the Ghostly Gallop 5k Race goes to Rowland Butler. Followed by Kenneth Pierce and Jack Connor. For the complete list with times, see the Ghostly Gallop Results. First place in the Kids Mile Run goes to Jarid Neal. Followed by Pascale Bradley and Camdyn Ames. For the complete list with times, see the Kids Mile Results.

Walkers/runners from the Ghostly Gallop in front of Hudson Area Library
Walkers/runners from the Ghostly Gallop
Runners at the beginning of the Ghostly Gallop 5k race at the Hudson Area Library

Runners at the beginning of the Ghostly Gallop

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History Room Reopening Event & ArtsWalk Kids

The Hudson Area Library would like to thank everyone for making the Reopening of the History Room and ArtsWalk Kids such a success.

History Room Reopens

 


Special thanks to History Room Committee and our speaker, Roderick Blackburn.  See the article, “A home for Hudson history” in the October 9th Register Star with more pictures.

ArtsWalk Kids


Special thanks to Arlene Boehm, Jack Harrell, Carline Murphy, Courtney Murphy, Nikka, Bob and Azouke Legba.

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2010 Summer Reading Program Comes to an End

Children from the Hudson Area Library Summer Reading Program

Marlene Parmentier (center) and Director Corey Fleming (right) with the participants of the Summer Reading Program

This year’s Summer Reading Program at the Hudson Area Library came to a end last week.  We would like to thank all of the participants and guest readers that made this year summer reading program great.

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