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Our 20th Anniversary Issue

The Village of Sleepy Hollow was a year old, and heavy industry thrived along the waterfront of its neighbor and rival – Tarrytown. Irvington to the south and Briarcliff Manor to the north knew nothing about our first black and white issue in December of 1997. 

Read more: Our 20th Anniversary Issue

 

Winning the Battle Against Memory Loss

“Where did I leave my keys?”

“Have you seen my cell phone?”

“I’ll always remember…..what’s his name??”

Read more: Winning the Battle Against Memory Loss

 

Holiday Toy Drive at Open Door Family Medical Centers

Open Door Family Medical Centers annual Holiday Toy Drive and “Santa Days” have become a welcome source of Holiday cheer for underserved families throughout Westchester and Putnam Counties. Each year, the Open Door Foundation collects toys for children from families of less fortunate means, with the gifts handed out by Santa himself at six Open Door Medical Centers in the area. This year, Open Door hopes to distribute more than 2,500 toys.

Read more: Holiday Toy Drive at Open Door Family Medical Centers

 

Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area Announces Heritage Development Grant Program

The Hudson River Valley Greenway and the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area (HRVNHA) are pleased to announce the availability of $55,000 in matching grants through the 2018 Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area Heritage Development Grant Program. This annual grant program offers funding for programming, interpretation, and marketing projects that support the mutual goals of the HRVNHA and applicants.

Read more: Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area Announces Heritage Development Grant Program

 

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