Last day today to pay town taxes without penalty...GREENBURGH HONORS GEO BEE CONTEST FINALISTS FROM IRVINGTON....ARDSLEY COMMUNITY FOR PROMOTING DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
AND...LINK TO WCBS STORY ABOUT 12 YEAR OLD STUDENT BRIAN JAEGER
Today (April 30th) is the last day to pay town/county taxes without penalty. The Receiver of Taxes office is open till 7 PM on the last day to pay taxes. You can also pay on line. This is a friendly reminder.
The Greenburgh Town Board honored Geo Bee contest finalists for being so smart with geography and the Ardsley Multicultural Diversity and Inclusion Committee and Ardsley High School Building Bridges Club at our last Town Board meeting for their efforts promoting inclusion, diversity and understanding of different cultures. They are an amazing group of people who bring the community together.
A link to the ceremony is below --names of the honorees are also posted:
Irvington Middle School - IMS 2018-1019 Geo Bee Contest Finalists (Mohun Desai, James Heins, Jordan Platt, Andrew Zhou, Wilson Lark, Matthew Besidski, Graham Adams, Toby Gordinier, Stuart Graeber, Findley McRae)
Ardsley High School Building Bridges Club - Student Leaders -Amelia Navins, Cristina D’Alto
Building Bridges Club Faculty Advisor - Carrie Weinrib
Ardsley Multicultural, Diversity and Inclusion Committee Co-chairs - Heeral Mehta, Jodie Reaver
Community Members Who Hosted Individuals In Their Homes - Tara Bandman and Carrie Weinrib, Amelia Navins, Farah Tembulkar and Parag Tembulkar, Maya Sheehan, Kanan Chheda, Nancy Kaboolian and Frank Hemerlein, Sadia and Saboor
WCBS RADIO FEATURE STORY ON BRIAN JAEGER'S EFFORTS TO HONOR AUNTS MEMORY HOCKEY STICKS/CANCER
I have been updating readers of Brian Jaeger's efforts to honor his aunts memory with his initiative: hockey sticks/cancer. Brian's aunt was a popular teacher in Edgemont. He is 12 years old and resides in Hastings. Brian's efforts are now being recognized throughout the metropolitan area. Listen to the inspiring story about Brian on WCBS radio. And help the cause if you can!
Stories From Main Street: Westchester Boy Starts Charity To Honor Aunt’s Memory
NEW YORK (WCBS 880) -- A 12-year-old Westchester boy is finding a unique way to keep his aunt's memory alive. Brian Jaeger, from Hastings-on-Hudson, tells WCBS 880's Sean Adams that he and his Aunt Marla had a special relationship before she passed away from kidney cancer. ...listen to the audio... "Whenever like we see like a rainbow or something, we always think of her," Brian said. "When my aunt passed away in 2015, it kind of left a big hole...