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CAN GREENBURGH RESIDENTS YELL LOUDER THAN RESIDENTS OF OTHER COMMUNITIES AROUND THE NATION?
Release Date: March 05, 2008
The Town of Greenburgh will be participating in a national competition—the HORTON HEARS YOU HOMETOWN CHALLENGE. This Saturday, March 8th at 3:30 PM at the Theodore Young Community Center, 32 Manhattan Ave. Residents and their kids are encouraged to PROCLAIM –in the loudest voice possible: WE ARE HEAR, just as “who-ville’s Whos do in the film: Dr. Seuss’ HORTON HEARS A WHO”. Twentieth Century Fox and Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who will measure the decibel levels with special sound meters. The loudest Who-ville will win a special hometown screening of the movie DR.SEUSS’ HORTON HEARS A WHO on March 13th. USA Today will announce the winner on March 12th.
Greenburgh residents are known to speak loudly at Town Board meetings. “The decibel levels at Town Board meetings are louder than they should be. This is an opportunity to be loud for a cause – a competition that could win Greenburgh some bragging rights and a special, free hometown screening of a movie.
Prior to the event the Theodore Young Community Center will host a community day: swimming, roller skating -----and then the Horton Hometown Shoot Out.
All are welcome. Raise your voice.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor