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Heard Around the Watercooler – June 2017

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by Maria Ann Roglieri Babies Born Congratulations to Sabina and Cézanne Huq of Ardsley on the birth of their baby girl, Ana, on April 2, 2017. Congratulations also to Charlie and Danielle Reda of Tarrytown on the birth of their baby girl, Kyleigh Angela, on April 4, 2017. Art Exhibit Award-winning plein air artist and Tarrytown resident, Doris Mady, will ... Read More »

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by Maria Ann Roglieri Book Signing Tarrytown author Colleen Carroll will be signing copies of books from her series, How Artists See at Scattered Books in Chappaqua on May 6 from 2-4 p.m. Breakfast Program on Preventing Human Trafficking The League of Women Voters of the Rivertowns will host a program, “Taking Action; Human Trafficking in the Rivertowns and Beyond” ... Read More »

Heard Around the Watercooler – Mar 2017

Safety Reflectors Phelps Hospital recently donated 2,000 safety reflectors that can be attached to bicycles, outerwear and backpacks to increase the visibility of pedestrians and bike riders. The Greenburgh police will distribute the safety reflectors to people they see out walking at night in dark outfits. In addition, Town of Greenburgh residents can pick up reflectors at the office of ... Read More »

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Proposed Paul Feiner, Greenburgh Town Supervisor, has proposed the creation of an ‘Almost Presidential Museum/Library’ to recognize contributions of Hillary Clinton and four other presidential candidates who won the popular vote but lost the electoral college. The new museum/library could be a boost to tourism in Westchester and help a Westchester County college that will host the library. The library ... Read More »

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by Maria Ann Roglieri Teachers and Scholars Erika Swanson, Sleepy Hollow High School ‘13, participated in the Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars Program, which honors the University of Maryland’s most successful seniors, their designated Maryland mentors and the K-12 teachers who guided the students’ paths.  Scholarships are awarded in the K-12 teacher’s name to a new first-year student from that teacher’s ... Read More »

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by Maria Roglieri Insurance Agent Honored At its 100th Annual Meeting held October 17 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Tarrytown, the Hudson Gateway Association of REALTORS® (HGAR) honored JoAnne Murray, of Allan M. Block Agency, Inc. in Tarrytown, as the HGAR “Affiliate Member of the Year” for 2016. Murray has been a long-time supporter of the Association, sponsoring and attending ... Read More »

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HONORED Teatown Board Chair, Howard Permut, was honored by the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) and the Harlem Valley Appalachian Trail Community™ (HVATC) for his work in planning and creating the only railroad stop directly on the Appalachian Trail (AT). The station, located in Pawling, NY, allows residents of New York City to easily reach the trail, which stretches from ... Read More »

Watercooler – October 2016

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WON Jack Rjeili, a 2016 Sleepy Hollow High School graduate, won first place in the Natural Category of the American Association of Physics’ Teachers Photo Contest. Rjeili’s winning photo, Snow Sheet, depicts a snowdrift at the entrance of Sleepy Hollow High School; his physics teacher at SHHS was Leila Madani. To view the winning photo and read about the physics ... Read More »

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PUBLISHED Irvington Town Hall Theater manager Gregory Allen’s third children’s book will be published on October 1st. The book, based on a real-life squirrel that Allen found inside the Irvington Theater one day, is called Irving The Theater Nut! A book launch at the Drama Book Shop in NYC (250 West 40th St.) will take place on October 10th followed ... Read More »

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WON Congratulations to 2016 Kids’ Club scholarship winners, Daniel Carvajal Jr. and Mayely Vasquez Vega. Selected from a large group of applicants, the two Sleepy Hollow High School seniors will each receive $1,500 toward their college expenses. Daniel will attend Florida Atlantic University this fall to study civil engineering, and Mayely will attend Siena College in Albany to study marketing. ... Read More »