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Center for Physical Therapy
celebrates 25th anniversary

‘Treating you like family’ approach
is vital factor in growth of business

Center for Physical Therapy staff members include Christian Campilii, PT, DPT, Tod Snyder, PT, Bryan Kellogg, DPT, Alexander Terbush, DPT, Christian Martins, PT, Mary-Kate Gramuglia, DPT, Joseph Winther, DPT, Michelle Majors, MSPT and Lynn Campilii, PT, DPT. Courtesy photo

By Curtis Schmidt

What began with a dream and a prayer in 1993 has come true in the form of the 25th anniversary currently being celebrated at the Center for Physical Therapy (CPT).

It’s a business that was built with families and friends and has prospered on “treating everyone like family.” What began with two couples and a single house has grown into three buildings at the main site, and two additional locations in Hyde Park and Carmel with 19 therapists and 27 support staff members.

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Recovery under way after devastating Pleasant Valley Library fire

Firefighters work in the foreground as the Pleasant Valley Free Library building is consumed in smoke in the background. Firefighters from nine area fire departments answered the call to the blaze on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Photo by Curtis Schmidt

by jim donick

The recovery process is moving forward following a fire that devastated the Pleasant Valley Free Library building on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

The fire alarm went out to the community around 6:30 a.m. The library’s cleaning person had opened the door and smelled smoke. He immediately called 911.

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Howland Public Library to install new city Poet Laureate

Peter Ullian new poet laureate

By Goldee Greene
Staff Writer/Arts & Entertainment

A thrilling, fresh peek into the literary world of ideas takes place Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the Howland Public Library, as the city’s next Poet Laureate will be honored. Acclaimed poet, playwright and fiction author Peter Ullian will be presented with an award as he prepares to serve for the 2019-2020 term. The ceremony takes place 6:30-7 p.m. at the library, 313 Main Street, in Beacon.

The event is free of charge to the public, with no registration required. The community will be treated to a reading of selected works by Ullian. A variety of refreshments will be offered.

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