April 24, 2002 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Christian Women’s Club Highlights Wedding Ideas

The Dutchess County Christian Women More...

Resolve Hosts Adoption Education Presentation

The Westchester Chapter of Resolve will be hosting an Educational Presentation about Adoption on May 22 from 7 to 9pm. The presentation will be held at the Scarsdale Library in Scarsdale, New York, at the corner of Post Road and Olmstead Road. More...

Hudson River Healthcare Hosts 26th Annual Radiothon

On Saturday, April 27 from 10am until 1pm Hudson River HealthCare will host its 26th Annual Radiothon. Invited guests include Mayor John Testa, along with other elected officials, and community and business leaders. The Radiothon is the health center More...

Hearing Loss Support Group Learns About Cochlear Implants

The May meeting of Self Help for Hard of Hearing People (SHHH) Westchester Chapter will be held on Saturday, May 4, at 2pm at the New York School for the Deaf, 555 Knollwood Road, White Plains (Exit 4 off 1-287). More...

Boy Scouts Celebrate Opening Of Cabins At Clear Lake Reservation

The Westchester-Putnam Council of Boy Scouts of America will celebrate the opening of ten new cabins for weekend camping during ceremonies and tours at the Clear Lake Scout Reservation, in Putnam Valley on May 4 from 10am to noon. More...

Turn Yourself Upside Down

Practicing Yoga involves many different poses More...

Free Seminar for Parents Of Children With Asthma At HV Hospital Center

Hudson Valley Hospital Center, in cooperation with the American Lung Association, will be hosting a seminar on Thursday, May 2 at 6:30 pm in the Wagner Conference Room for parents and the community describing a unique program for children with asthma More...

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Children’s Gospel Music Performer Coming To Brewster

A nationally-known composer and singer of Gospel music for children and their families will be coming to Brewster on Saturday, May 18th at 1:30pm. More...

Police Report

Philipstown - A Dutchess County man was arrested in Philipstown on April 13th for Unlawful Possession of Marijuana. More...

Assemblyman Stephens Appointed Ranking Republican On Assembly Committee

New York State Assembly Republican Leader Charles H. Nesbitt announced on April 16th the appointment of Assemblyman Willis H. Stephens, Jr. More...

Vassar Brothers Hosts Skin Cancer Screening

Vassar Brothers Hospital in conjunction with the American Cancer Society will host a skin cancer screening on Saturday, May 18 from 10am to 3pm in the Dyson Center for Cancer Care. More...

Behavioral Approaches To Autism And ADD To Be Discussed

Frances J. Dowling, M.S., B.A., will present "Behavioral Approaches to Autism and ADD" on May 19. More...

BOCES Offers Program: "ADHD: The Tip Of The Iceberg"

Dr. Martin Kutscher, a pediatric neurologist with special interest in Attention Deficit Disorder/Hyperactivity, will discuss "ADHD: The Tip of the Iceberg" on May 13. He will present the full range of ADHD symptoms, and treatment options. More...

Seniors To Take Trip Cancelled Due To 9/11

The Philipstown Senior Citizens will be taking an overnight trip to the Three Little Bakers Dinner Theatre in Newark, Delaware on April 30 and May 1. This trip was cancelled due to the World Trade Center disaster. More...

Talk of our Town

First the heat wave, now a cold snap - it More...

AHA Home Tip

Are You a Hazardous Waste Case? More...

Museum Of The Hudson Highlands Announces Program To Train Educators To Use Outdoor Classrooms

The Museum of the Hudson Highlands has announced its Spring, 2002 schedule of Science Institute training sessions More...

Physical Therapy And Your Health Insurance

The best way to take care of your health is to take an active role in your own health care. To do this, you need to know about your options and your rights as a patient. More...

Civil War Veterans To Be Remembered

The Admiral John L. Worden Camp 150 of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War will hold a short Memorial Service at the Civil War veterans plot in Hastings-on-Hudson More...

The Fresh Air Fund Seeks Volunteer Host Families

The Fresh Air Fund is seeking more host families in the Northern Westchester, NY area to open their homes to a New York City child for two weeks this summer. More...

Letters Of Intent Requested For 2003 Youth And Family Service Funding

The Putnam County Youth Bureau and Youth Board anticipate the continued availability of New York State Office of Children and Family Services and Youth Bureau funding for calendar year 2003. More...

Rondout Electric Recruits Apprentices

Rondout Electric, Inc., will conduct apprentice recruitment from April 23 through October 15 for four apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Linda Angello announced recently. More...

Shields and Villani Wed

Megan Lee Villani, daughter of Ron and Peggy Villani of Monroe, Connecticut, was married to Christopher Eric Shields, son of Patrick and Betty Ann Shields of Cold Spring on Saturday August 11, 2001 in Monroe Congregational Church. More...

Local Resident To Speak After Highland Falls 1st Annual Regional Veteran’s Parade

Inviting Veteran More...

Maritime Museum To Hold Shad Festival

The Hudson River Maritime Museum announces its 21st Annual Shad Festival. The event will take place, rain or shine, on Saturday May 4th and Sunday May 5th between the hours of 11am and 5pm at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. More...

Fourth Annual Bingo-Thon Set For May 15th

Friends of the Senior Citizens of Putnam County, Inc. More...

After Enron Corporate Governance And The Individual Investor - Can You Protect Your Financial Future?

The Friends of the Desmond Fish Library are proud to present two long-time investment professionals, Michel Amsalem and Dan McEvoy, to speak candidly and openly about whether there can ever be accounting and corporate governance standards that we can More...

Quitting Smoking Support Groups Available

The Hudson River HealthCare in Peekskill will be holding 3 two-week sessions of "Stay Quit", a program offered to anyone who has quit smoking and needs extra support to stay quit. More...

Recreation, Economic Development And Open Space To Be Covered At Next Comprehensive Plan Group Meeting

Recreation, Economic Development and Open Space will all be addressed at the one hour information workshop on Thursday, May 2nd at 7:00pm at Town Hall. The members of each of these Comprehensive Plan work groups will review their findings to date. More...

Robert Bickford Appointed To Greenway Community Council

Putnam County Executive Bondi has announced the appointment of Robert C. Bickford as Putnam County representative to the Hudson River Valley Greenway Community Council. He will be replacing Peter Young who resigned this past December. More...

Staley/Gretzinger Fashion Show Raises Funds For Breast Cancer Research

Although lower in attendance but still as much fun, the fourth Staley/Gretzinger Fashion Show Luncheon at Northgate Restaurant raised $550 to donate to the American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Research Division. More...

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