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Yoo's Martial Arts of Tarrytown Hosts Martial Arts Competitors from Seven Tri-State Schools

Over 250 competitors and spectators filled Yoo’s Martial Arts on Saturday, February 11, to watch and compete in the 7th Annual Hong Ik Martial Arts Festival – an annual tournament for ages six and up showcasing martial arts skills and energy cultivation. Individuals and teams from seven schools across the tri-state area chose to compete in Board-breaking, Form (Form or Poomse is a routine of blocks and attacks performed in fluid movement), and several students were invited to compete in Olympic-style sparring.

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The Sleepy Hollow St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Sleepy Hollow St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee is proud to announce that Kelly Murphy, Tarrytown, will be the Grand Marshal of the 21st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Leading the parade with Kelly will be her Aides (and the communities they represent), Joan Armstrong –  Irvington;  Sister Mary Elizabeth Donoghue, O.P. – Ossining;  Peggy Kraft – Tarrytown;  Jeanne Schnibbe – Hastings;  Armand A. D’Amour – Elmsford;  John Leavy – Sleepy Hollow;  Joseph Muldoon – Ardsley;  and Jim Walsh – Dobbs Ferry.   

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On Today’s Menu: Roasted Vegetable Medley

Before you go running for the hills because you saw a Brussel sprout or two nestled between all the delicious morsels of butternut squash and parsnips, stop and give this recipe a try. The combination of sweet cranberries coupled with the bright lemon zest and fresh herbs make this vegetable medley pop off the plate! This dish works as a great side dish with little fuss or could be served as a vegetarian entrée.

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From River Journal...

This column used to be a regular feature, but like a favorite Uncle of mine was fond of saying, “Used-to died.” For the purposes of this Winter Issue we shall resurrect it.

I want to invite our readers near, far and in-between to a special performance of a one-man show I wrote and have fine tuned over the past two years. Entitled “Aging – a Bad Rap” this stage performance is about life in its myriad of stages and conditions.

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