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  1. Friends Of Karen Names Two New Board Members

    Friends Of Karen Names Two New Board Members

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Friends of Karen, a North Salem-based nonprofit organization that supports critically ill children and their families, has named Laura Salerno and Sara Colodner as the new members of its Board of Directors.Salerno is a communications and media relations strategist with nearly a decade of public relations experience. Prior to launching her own consulting practice in ...

  2. Dance Therapy In Brewster Aimed At Those Affected By Parkinson's

    Dance Therapy In Brewster Aimed At Those Affected By Parkinson's

    BREWSTER, N.Y. --  Joy of Dance, a dance/movement therapy group for people with Parkinson’s disease, meets on Fridays at the Seven Star School of Performing Arts in Brewster, from 10 - 11 a.m.The group is led by dance/movement therapist Marie Carstens. She integrates movement with imagery and uses a vast array of movement qualities, rhythms and phrasing, as well as developmental ...

  3. Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition 'Concert for Peace' Welcomed New Year

    Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition 'Concert for Peace' Welcomed New Year

    BREWSTER, N.Y. -- The Town of Southeast Cultural Arts Coalition presented its "Concert for Peace" at the Studio Around the Corner in Brewster to a sold-out audience on New Year's Day. The program opened with Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah" with Jeffrey Marano. "Peace Poem for World Day Against Racism" by Demetrios Trifiatis was read by Judith Marano.Award-winning ...

  4. Carmel Man Injuring Two Sheriff's Sergeants During Fight Tops Week's News

    Carmel Man Injuring Two Sheriff's Sergeants During Fight Tops Week's News

    PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Putnam County. Carmel resident John Groissl injured two Putnam County Sheriff's Department sergeants when he attacked them at the Putnam County Correctional Facility after being asked to leave, according to Sheriff Donald B. Smith. Brewster resident Michael Zemsky, a suspect in a Danbury robbery, turned himself ...

  5. Putnam County Shows Camp Herrlich Love With New Lease, New Growth Potential

    Putnam County Shows Camp Herrlich Love With New Lease, New Growth Potential

    PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. –  Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell recently announced that the Legislature passed a resolution to amend the County’s lease with Camp Herrlich. Amendments, featuring a guaranteed 20-year lease term, were sought by Camp Herrlich to ensure long-term care of the property and to secure funding for facility improvement and expansion to increase the camp’s capacity, ...

  6. Students From Brewster Join State Theatre Conference

    Students From Brewster Join State Theatre Conference

    BREWSTER, N.Y. -- Spotlight Arts Inc., a local youth theatre company based in Brewster, recently sent high school students from Brewster and Pawling to represent the theatre group at the New York State Theatre Education Association's 20th Annual Student Conference. This is the second year that Spotlight Arts has sent students from Brewster and Pawling to the conference, which was held ...

  7. Putnam Efforts See 500 Comfort Packages Shipped to Soldiers Overseas

    Putnam Efforts See 500 Comfort Packages Shipped to Soldiers Overseas

    PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. -- Five hundred comfort packages to men and women serving overseas in the U.S. Armed Forces will be shipped through Mahopac-based organization United For The Troops.The package shipment is part of Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell's Defend The Holidays program.“During the season of giving, it was important to remember that our greatest gift is that of freedom,” ...

  8. Somers Library Plans Snowman-Building Contest

    Somers Library Plans Snowman-Building Contest

    SOMERS, N.Y. -- The Somers Library will host a snowman-building contest on Saturday, Jan. 28, in the side yard of the library.This program is for teens/tweens in grades 6 and up. The person who builds the best snowman will win a winter-themed basket. If it doesn't snow on that date, guests are invited to make Model Magic snowmen in the library's program room. There will be plenty of hot ...

  9. Somers Lions Club Holds Third Annual Blood Drive

    Somers Lions Club Holds Third Annual Blood Drive

    SOMERS, N.Y. -- The Somers Lions Club will host its third annual blood drive on Saturday in Somers Middle School's cafeteria.Cold temperatures, snowfall and holidays mean blood donations are down, according to a release from New York Blood Center. Help replenish the blood supply during this critical time. The blood drive will be from 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome. Those who ...

  10. Take A Tour Of Somers Holiday Displays With 'Parade Of Lights'

    Take A Tour Of Somers Holiday Displays With 'Parade Of Lights'

    SOMERS, N.Y. --  The Somers Lions Club will host a "Parade of Lights" on Friday in Somers. The event is part of Illuminate Somers 2016, a holiday light decorating competition organized by the Somers Lions.The Parade of Lights will give people the opportunity to tour the best holiday displays in Somers using the most efficient driving route, according to a release from the ...

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