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Reply carriagehouse
3:40 PM on March 6, 2014 
Hi Mike. I have just joined and read your posted comment about the Cider Mill. As a carpenter hopefully we could discuss projects to be done there.
Reply carriagehouse
3:30 PM on March 6, 2014 
Michael Scarchilli says...
Hello this is Mike Scarchilli, Friend of the Kimlin Family. I met with Ann Sherslin this fall while i was Bow hunting across the street at the Kimlin homestead. We talked about the Mill and the upcoming event to raise money and awareness of the Kimlin Cider Mill. I mentioned I also am a licensed Electrician in Poughkeepsie. We talked of getting the electric turned back on at the mill. I would love to become a member of the Cider Mill Friends and do what i can to help. Please keep me informed of any new updates about the Mill.
Reply cidermillfriends
8:29 PM on March 5, 2014 
Thank you to everyone who has posted here--we love hearing your memories! Just a reminder that you can connect with us through our Facebook page, http://facebook.com/kimlincidermillfriends, and you can also sign up to receive our email newsletter by going to http://eepurl.com/u2-Xz.
Reply Michael Scarchilli
5:00 PM on November 24, 2013 
Hello this is Mike Scarchilli, Friend of the Kimlin Family. I met with Ann Sherslin this fall while i was Bow hunting across the street at the Kimlin homestead. We talked about the Mill and the upcoming event to raise money and awareness of the Kimlin Cider Mill. I mentioned I also am a licensed Electrician in Poughkeepsie. We talked of getting the electric turned back on at the mill. I would love to become a member of the Cider Mill Friends and do what i can to help. Please keep me informed of any new updates about the Mill.
Reply Andrea Edwards
4:24 PM on October 17, 2013 
I recall my girlfriend and I visited the cider mill on a cold and wintry day in 1974. We lived in Hyde Park and this was our first trip to the mill. I remember enjoying homemade powder donuts with authentic cider in front of a roaring fire. We could have stayed for hours. It was so cozy and memorable. Many thanks for preserving such a wonderful place. I live in California now but hope to one day make a trip back to the Hudson Valley and Kimlin's cider mill.
Reply Susan Crown
11:34 AM on September 23, 2013 
My sisters and I would walk from our home off Cedar Ave. to the Cider Mill for cider and the most wonderful cookies for years during our school days. It is holds such fond memories for each of us. I returned to get Married in 2001 and made sure that all of my wedding guests went by to see it. I am thrilled to hear it is being restored to its Glory. I will make a donation today. Thank you to all who have made this possible.
Reply average joe
3:04 PM on April 27, 2013 
great job
Reply Christine McGlumphy
12:05 AM on July 26, 2012 
My grandparents, Douglas and Arvilla Kimlin, spoke of Ralph often although I never met him. So happy that the Mill is saved.
Reply Tom Vitelli
4:34 AM on July 7, 2012 
What a fascinating place! Thanks to all those who helped preserve it. QUESTION: What happened to the collection inside? Is it still intact?
Reply Leslie Timper
3:29 PM on July 5, 2012 
I lived in Poughkepsie until 1973 when my family moved to NC. I have such great memories of riding my bike to the Cider Mill and getting one of those big cookies and a glass of cider. Aaahhh, memories!