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Time Line of the Development of The Hudson Valley Writers' Center
Margo Stever launches the Sleepy Hollow Poetry Series at the Warner Library in Tarrytown, New York.
Margo Stever decides to broaden programmatic scope of the Sleepy Hollow Poetry Series, and with the assistance of her husband, a lawyer, incorporates The Hudson Valley Writers' Center, Inc. Her programmatic vision includes acquisition and restoration of Philipse Manor Railroad Station as the Center's home, founding a new small press to publish the work of talented, unpublished, poets, and providing outreach to the community.
Certificate of Incorporation signed by Margo Stever, Donald Stever, and Patricia Farewell on June 28, 1988. Margo Stever becomes Chairperson of the Board of Directors and unpaid Director of the HVWC. The original Board of Directors consisted of Margo Stever, Donald Stever, Nicholas Robinson and Patricia Farewell.