The Global Lyme Alliance’s 2nd Annual Shop for a Cure May event was a fun morning of shopping and an informative Q & A presentation about preventimg tick-borne illnesses. Pictured are moderator Dr. Tania Tyles Dempsey (left) and event organizers Alyssa Sokoloff (middle) and Robin Jacobs (right). To learn more about Lyme disease, visit www.globallymealliance.org. – Stacey Pfeffer, Editor
There was fun anticipated for all on June 1; there’s also nothing sweeter than the sound of children of all ages enjoying carnival games and rides. And for 82 years, this time-honored tradition has been upheld in Chappaqua at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin’s Strawberry Festival. Live music, a petting zoo and vendors including those selling strawberry shortcake round out the fun-filled day. For so many area residents, it’s always a great way to start your summer fun and stock up on scrumptious strawberry jam.
Church of St. Mary the Virgin
191 South Greeley Avenue
The documentary Complicit will be shown on May 9 at the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center. The filmmaker, Ruth Kalish, will provide a post screening talk. A representative from HIAS will also speak about current immigration and refugee policies and issues.
Complicit follows the story of the SS St. Louis, which left Germany in 1939 and was refused safe haven from Cuba, the U.S., and Canada and had to return to Germany (the film Voyage of the Damned follows this story). In this documentary, the film puts the Roosevelt Administration on trial for their complicity in not allowing refugees to seek safe haven in the U.S.
Reduced price student tickets are available “in the hope that you will bring your children,” stated Michele Gregson, a founding member of the Friends of the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center.
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My freshman year of high school, my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of annual imaging, her cancer was caught at an early stage and today she is cancer free. My brother Ben was in 7th grade at the time, and for his Bar Mitzvah project, wanted to help those less fortunate get the same kind of screenings our mom got. So, he created a 3 on 3 basketball tournament with a $25 fee to play, all proceeds going to Northern Westchester Hospital and their various cancer programs. We emailed friends and family, and the response we received was truly incredible. In the end, the tournament was a huge success and raised over $18,000!
Our family decided to make this an annual event. The 3rd annual “B-Ball for Boobs” tournament was on March 24th, at Horace Greeley High School and it was heartwarming to see after three years, the continuous support from our community. To date, we have raised over $40,000. We look forward to hosting this tournament for years to come!
The New Castle Community Media Center (NCCMC) invites photographers to enter the Digital Photo Competition for the new Town of New Castle website.
This competition is open to photographers of ALL ages who live, work or go to school in the Town of New Castle.
The overall theme is “Our Town.”
In selecting photos for the website, NCCMC will look for images that showcase the Town of New Castle and its hamlets (Chappaqua and Millwood,) from landmarks and defining features to events and celebrations.
NCCMC is looking for striking digital images that celebrate and highlight the beauty of the Town of New Castle. They are especially interested in colorful and unique images that showcase the following traits: essential aspects of town and hamlet life, the changing seasons of New Castle and memorable New Castle events and celebrations
Photos must be submitted in digital format to NCCMC using the following link by June 30, 2019: nccmc.com/photocontest/
For questions, please contact email@example.com.