Sleepy Hollow News
Tarrytown News

Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Vaccine Pop-Up Seeks Volunteers

• Bookmarks: 18

March 10, 2021

By Barrett Seaman–

After lowering the age limit from 65 to 60 and adding teachers to the list of residents eligible for a one-day vaccination clinic on March 20th, officials at the two villages were able to fill their appointment schedules and even add an additional 150 doses for a total of 650. A waiting list has been created, but officials don’t anticipate many cancellations.

Now they are looking for volunteers to help process the appointments–both on March 20th and then again four weeks later on April 17th for the second dose.

The supply of Moderna vaccines, which require two doses a month apart, comes from the Rite Aid chain of pharmacies. The inoculations will take place at the Sleepy Hollow Middle School gymnasium at the school campus on Broadway.

Those volunteering to serve in one of a variety of jobs at the site are asked to fill out a form indicating which of four four-hour shifts they’d be willing to work, whether they have any medical experience and whether they themselves have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. “We are just quickly issuing this survey/form to get a bit more information about you,” Tarrytown Assistant Village Administrator Josh Ringel wrote in a cover message soliciting volunteer. “We’ve had a ton of interest, which is great.”

Those interested are asked to complete the following Survey Monkey questionnaire by 9:00 p.m. Saturday, March 13.


Share the News!
Andrea Martone - Westchester and Rivertowns Real Estate - Houlihan Lawrence agent

Irvington To Open Matthiessen Park To Non-Residents

By Barrett Seaman— The debate had gone on for over two years. One side, led by a progressive group, the...
Read More

Greenburgh Is Reassessing Properties Again

By Barrett Seaman-- They’re back! The envelope appears in the mail, bearing the telltale logo of Tyler Technologies, the company...
Read More

Irvington Theater Restarts Live Performances — Outdoors

This is the second in a series about the return of live performance art to the rivertowns. By Brianna Staudt--...
Read More

Tarrytown Music Hall Welcomes Back First Arts Patrons In-Person

The first in a series about the return of live performance art to the rivertowns.   By Brianna Staudt-- When...
Read More

The Legacy of Living in Someone Else Through Organ Donation

By Laurie Leavy--- The consideration of organ donation may be a difficult decision for some, or not a hard choice...
Read More

Sponsored by Mayor Brian Smith, Irvington Theater to Stream Broadway’s J. Elaine Marcos April 28-30

By Brad Ogden-- With ten Broadway shows under her belt, J. Elaine Marcos is a veteran of the theatre industry...
Read More

As COVID Wanes, Experts Assess The Mental Health Consequences

By Barrett Seaman-- Just as people emerge from their homes after a hurricane, looking around the neighborhood for downed trees...
Read More

A Very Good Homecoming at Sleepy Hollow High

By Kevin Brown-- Homecoming at Sleepy Hollow High School is usually associated with rowdy fans, a fierce football game, regaled...
Read More

FarmEats’ Irvington Restaurant to Open This April

By Linda Viertel-- Irvington Farmer’s Market regulars know Drew George, owner of FarmEats, well: he’s been providing customers with his...
Read More

Historic YMCA Building in Tarrytown Sells for $6.45M

By Rick Pezzullo--- RM Friedland has announced the sale of the historic YMCA building in Tarrytown to Wilder Balter for...
Read More
18 recommended
0 notes
bookmark icon

Write a comment...

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *