Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory & Visitor's Guide, 2011

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The 50th Anniversary Membership Directory & Visitor's Guide for the Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce. Published by Luminary Publishing.

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  • www.redhookchamber.org

    RED HOOK AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    50th Anniversary

    MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & VISITORS GUIDE

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  • CO N T E N TS 2 MAP

    3 MessAge froM the President

    4 BoArd of directors

    5 history

    6 cuisine

    8 AttrActions

    10 reAl estAte

    12 educAtion

    14 shoPPing

    16 AccoModAtions

    18 coMMunity Arts network & red hook together

    20 cAlendAr

    23 MeMBershiP directory

    32 index of Advertisers

    cover: Selection of artists from the Red Hook Community Arts Network. Clockwise from top left: Doris Cultraro, Restored Tiffany Window, stained glass; Kari Feuer, Pond and Trees, oil on canvas; Betsy Jacaruso, Berger Hill, oil on canvas; Lisa Pinto, Abiquiu Red Rocks, acrylic.

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    314 Wall Street, Kingston, NY 12401 www.luminarypublishing.com

    Distributed by: Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce7346 South Broadway, PO Box 254 Red Hook, NY 12571-1735(845) 758-0824 info@redhookchamber.org www.redhookchamber.orgAn information kiosk managed by the Chamber is located on Route 9 across from Village Hall.

    Information in this publication was carefully compiled to ensure maximum accuracy. However, the Red Hook Area of Chamber of Commerce cannot guarantee the correctness of the information provided herein. For the most current information available on members, please visit www.redhookchamber.org. Contents published by Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce 2011. All rights reserved.

    ABove: Countryside on Route 9 north of Upper Red Hook.

  • 2 RED HOOK AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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    LETTER FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT

    Welcome to the Red Hook Area Chamber of commerce 50th Anniversary Membership Directory & Visitors Guide.

    The Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce has been in the business of supporting businesses for 50 years. We are also continually looking for ways to help in our community and work with local government agencies. It has been my sincere pleasure to be a part of Red Hook. It is a fantastic area with an abundance of potential. Our board of directors shares my feelings and agrees that enhanced communication among all entities has been the key to our success. Here are a few examples of what your chamber has done in the past two years:

    Reestablished ribbon cuttings, and added more evening mixers. Enhanced communication between Bard College, Red

    Hook, Tivoli, RH School District, Montgomery Place, and Rhinebecks Chamber of Commerce. Organized the 1st Northern Dutchess Business Expo

    (Joint collaboration with Bard College & Rhinebeck COC). Created Red Hook Together (Monthly meetings with

    Bard, Red Hook, Tivoli, school district, Red Hook Chamber, and various community groups). Created Red Hook Community Arts Network (Red

    Hook CAN), using art as a catalyst for community transformation. Updated the chamber logo. Had fi rst ever chamber golf outing. Opened a business incubator, providing offi ce space and

    services for small businesses. Increased our membership by 70+ members.

    With the assistance of our new Executive Direc-tor, Merisue Pozniak, we have been able to reach new heights as a chamber. We have also been able to pro-vide better services to our members, giving them well deserved benefi ts and many networking opportunities.

    The Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce is here to support our local businesses and our growing community.

    EDWARD L. PRUITTPresident, Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce

    PAst Presidents of the red hook AreA chAMBer of coMMerce:

    John Colburn1960-1962

    Ellroy Hand1962-1963

    Don Triebel, Sr.1963-1964

    John Baker1964-1965

    Ralph Vincent1965-1966

    John Boyce1966-1968

    Don Triebel, Sr.1969-1971

    Karl Sandfort1971-1973

    Josephine Waryas1973-1974

    Helen Battistoni1974-1976

    Don Triebel, Sr.1976-1978

    Paul Fredricks1978-1979

    Ethel Marshall1979-1980

    Bruce Rodwell1980-1981

    Bob Romano1981-1982

    Paul Fredricks1982-1985

    Debra Marks1986-1987

    Tom Ru 1987-1988

    Ken Giek1988-1989

    Nick Haddad1989-1990

    Patricia Merrall1990-1992

    Lottie Kittner1992-1993

    Richard Laibach1993-1994

    Charles Collejo1994-1995

    Lee Halverson1995-1999

    Richard Wambach1999-2000

    Peter Riley2000-2004

    Je Ackerly2004-2006

    Ryan McCann2006-2008

    Susan Simon2008-2010

    Edward Pruitt2010-2012

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    edward Pruitt PresidentA native to the area, Ed Pruitt was born in Beacon and graduated from Marist College. He is currently an AVP Branch Manager for Rhinebeck Savings Bank, work-ing in the Red Hook Office since 2006. In addition to serving as President of the Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce, Ed is active in numerous community initiatives. Ed served as an Aircraft Mechanic, C-5A in the United States Air Force from 1982-2002. In 1988, he began working as a Float Branch Manager for Key-Bank, and in 1999 moved to Project LIFE, a non-profit homeless shelter in Newburgh, where he worked as the Finance Manager until 2006. Ed is happily married, and in his spare time, enjoys playing golf and rooting for the New York Jets.

    kevin J. Zulch First Vice President Kevin J. Zulch has served on the Red Hook Area Cham-ber of Commerce Board of Directors in 2010 as Treasurer and in 2011 as First Vice President. In 2004, Kevin moved from New York City to Red Hook and has established his tax and accounting practice right here in Red Hook. After graduating Pace University with a BBA in account-ing, Kevin spent 22 years of his career in Midtown Man-hattan serving senior tax accounting positions at Chase and Cravath, Swaine & Moore. He loves living in Red Hook with his wife Lisa of 22 years and his two daugh-ters, Megan and Jessica.

    tania Amrod Second Vice PresidentTania Amrod has served on the Red Hook Area Cham-ber of Commerce Board of Directors in 2010 as Director of Marketing, Publicity & Communications and in 2011 as Second Vice President. In 1998, Tania moved from New York City to the Hudson Valley and has primar-ily worked in the Northern Dutchess region in sales and marketing for Straus Media Group, Clear Channel Communications, Luminary Publishing and Schein Media. In addition, Tania held a Management position with Sears in Kingston, New York and her background prior, in New Yor