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With gusto, Warrensburg citizens ring in their town’s third century

Standing on the porch of the Cornerstone Victorian B&B at 6 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 12 , more than a dozen Warrensburg residents cheered the very beginning of their town’s third century in existence. Among them were (center front): Warrensburg Historian Sandi Parisi and (center right): Warrensburgh Museum Director Steve Parisi.

Standing on the porch of the Cornerstone Victorian B&B at 6 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 12 , more than a dozen Warrensburg residents cheered the very beginning of their town’s third century in existence. Among them were (center front): Warrensburg Historian Sandi Parisi and (center right): Warrensburgh Museum Director Steve Parisi. Photo by Thom Randall.

— Ruth Fruda, born at home in a house on Third Avenue, added her thoughts.

“The town is now better than I remember from my youth,” she said. “These are exciting times for Warrensburg with the revitalization occurring and all the other things happening.”

Pride in Warrensburg again takes center stage as the town’s bicentennial is recognized at 7 p.m.Wednesday Feb. 13 in the Warrensburg Town Hall. This observance of the town’s bicentennial is to occur at the beginning of the monthly town meeting.

Then on Friday Feb. 15, Warrensburg will again be honored for its 200th anniversary at the Warren County Board of Supervisors monthly meeting, 10 a.m. in the county Municipal Center, off I-87 Exit 20. Warren County’s Bicentennial is being celebrated this year, too. See: www.warrensburghistorian.org or: www.warrenny200.org.

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