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Keeping Your Mind - And Body - In Shape

As part of the Shames JCC’s overall commitment to physical and mental good health, the agency is hosting a series of 4 interactive discussions, led by experts in their fields, on topics at the forefront of many adult conversations. Beginning the series on Sunday November 19 from 6:30-8:00 PM, the J will host “ARE YOU AT RISK?” a discussion of the BRCA gene: testing, misconceptions and options.

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Statement from MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota

The Mayor [Bill de Blasio] was asked about the homeless sleeping on the subways and one of his first words in response was "MTA." New Yorkers get the Mayor is making every attempt to distance himself from the Transit Authority, but they aren’t fools. The fact is that since 1995 the NYPD has been the police force charged with enforcement in the subway system.

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9/11 Tribute Museum: Veterans Day Program and Two Family Programs

The 9/11 Tribute Museum, formerly the 9/11 Tribute Center, is pleased to announce the first of its public programs for the 2017/2018 season.  All programs take place at the 9/11 Tribute Museum and admission to the Museum is not required to attend.

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Westchester To Protect County’s Oldest Working Farm

In a bipartisan effort to maintain open space and protect the region’s watershed and natural resources from future development, Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino today announced $400,000 in funding to preserve the 172-acre Stuart’s Fruit Farm in Somers.

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