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   VOLUME XXIX No. 36 NARROWSBURG, NY SEP. 4 - SEP. 10, 2003  
Ribbon cutting opens fall harvest market
TRR photo by Richard A. Ross

Ribbon cutting opens fall harvest market

By RICHARD A. ROSS

BETHEL, NY — With the ribbon cutting, pictured below, at the new Bethel Woods sign on the corner of Hurd Road and Route 17B, the fall harvest market season was officially opened on August 31. The ribbon cutting was attended by notables including Town of Bethel supervisor Alan Scott, Jonathan Drapkin of the Gerry Foundation, Annelise Gerry, Herm Bressler, chairman of the board of the Gerry Foundation, original Woodstocker Duke Devlin, candidate Aileen Gunther, and stilt walkers Tannis Kowalchuck and Brett Keyser from NaCL. The fall harvest festival featured craftspeople, farm fresh produce, music by John and Erin Slaver of Liberty, NY and the Quintessence Alpaca Festival.

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