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A Ribbon Cutting: Tarrytown Fitness Center Opens

In late November, Joe Cotter, the President of National Resources, whose company built and paid for Tarrytown’s new Fitness Center and Pool, joined a number of  invited guests and elected officials to formally cut the red ribbon in a Grand Opening ceremony. National Resources is the developer of Hudson Harbor in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. Both the Fitness Center and Pool are only open to Tarrytown residents. Costs for membership are both Annual and Semi-Annual.

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EF…In Tarrytown: Reflections on 2016 & Looking to 2017

As 2016 nears its end, the entire EF International Language Center team is thrilled to share an update with Tarrytown and our river town neighbors. In the last academic year alone, we have welcomed more than 5,000 students from every corner of the world, including more than 70 countries – from Japan to France, China to Argentina. We are proud to continue celebrating the unique cultural diversity represented by our students and we are grateful for the Tarrytown community’s willingness to welcome and engage our students in meaningful cultural exchange.

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Fill the House! An Event to Benefit the Foodbank for Westchester

The Tarrytown Music Hall is excited to be organizing a food drive on behalf of the Foodbank for Westchester. Please join us as we attempt to “Fill the House!” with holiday grocery bags. Each bag will provide a family of four with a holiday meal this season. Our challenge is to collect enough bags to fill every seat in The Music Hall! The Foodbank for Westchester will be adding a turkey to each bag upon distribution, in order to make the holiday meal complete.

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Kumon of Tarrytown Honors Students for Academic Achievements in Math and Reading

An award ceremony held on Saturday, September 10, 2016 in Tarrytown’s Warner Library, honored the academic successes of local Kumon students.  This year, the center has even honored two students who have reached the level of studying algebra by fifth grade: Neven Brijeski and Eric Kim.  Kumon’s individualized approach helps children progress by ability rather than age or grade.

Read more: Kumon of Tarrytown Honors Students for Academic Achievements in Math and Reading

 

Trash Talk in Tarrytown

A flyer arrives in the mailbox and a flashing automated message appears on the answering machine. Both advise that starting in the middle of October a “pilot program” that mysteriously began on December 3, 2015 has been “extremely viable and should be expanded throughout the Village.” Wow! Lucky residents will all be included, and not just a select few.

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