Someone gave me an article that appeared earlier this month in the Westchester Journal News. The story it tells presents an interesting contrast to recent events in Hudson. The congregation of St. John's Episcopal Church in New Rochelle is in the middle of a $75,000 project to restore their historic church building. One of the first things they did when the project began two years ago was to remove the aluminum siding. Now they're at work replacing rotted wood, painting, and fixing doors and windows.