Keeping the rich history of Warwick alive through educational programs for children is of significant importance in preserving and advancing the Town’s heritage. In the hope of inspiring a generation of future community leaders, Warwick residents Mary Ann Knight and Ivy Jordan Tulin, have volunteered for nearly a decade in creating innovative programs about local history for teachers and children.
In appreciation for the countless hours, hard work and dedication from Knight and Tulin to the community, they both received special plaques by Warwick Town Historian Dr. Richard Hull at the Town Board meeting on Thurs., Sept. 22. A certificate of recognition and appreciation was also presented to both women by Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton on behalf of the Town of Warwick.
To read the full story, written by Jennifer O’Connor, pick up a copy of the Sept. 28, 2016 issue of the Warwick Valley Dispatch. The Dispatch is available on newsstands and by subscription. To subscribe call 845-986-2216 or send an email to email@example.com.