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Post tomorrow students launch effort to encourage residents to separate food waste
Release Date: July 10, 2015
GREENBURGH STUDENT INTERNS PROMOTE SOURCE SEPARATION AT AF VETERAN POOL SATURDAY
CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM LOOKING FOR INSTRUCTORS
COMMUNITY THEATER HAS GREENBURGH ACTORS/ACTRESSES
Our Greenburgh Student Interns who are working with the Greenburgh Nature Center & Town Clerk Judith Beville, will be at the Anthony Veteran pool this Saturday morning from 11-2 encouraging pool patrons to separate their food waste. They will be officially launching The Zero Waste Initiative Pilot Program. Please come out to the pool this Saturday and greet our student interns. The following you tube video introduces residents to the program...
The Hudson River Community Education program is looking for instructors for the fall 2015 session. Continuing education Classes will begin at the end of September. they are presently searching for talented and engaging individuals to teach a variety of classes. They pay $50 an hour for instructors.
If you are passionate about a subject or a hobby or have a particular skill that you would like to share, then please complete a Course Proposal Form. Please submit your form by one of the following methods on or before July 31, 2015:
ONLINE – (www.dfsd.org) click on the HRCE logo in the left
Column and complete and submit the online Course Proposal Form
PAPER SUBMISSION – download, complete and submit the Course
Proposal Form by fax to 914-693-5952 or by mail/in person to HRCE,
505 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Classes will be offered in a variety of topics including but not limited to:
Arts & Crafts Architecture Computing/Technology
Culinary Dance Education
Exercise Games Garden/Home
History & Culture Hobbies/Leisure Languages/Writing
Music Nutrition Photography
Personal Finance Self-Help Social Media
Classes will be held afternoons, evenings and on Saturdays. Some classes will meet for several weeks (up to ten), others only once, depending upon the subject matter and material to be covered. Most courses will be held on-site using the Dobbs Ferry School District’s facilities.
HRCE offers a diverse curriculum for lifelong learning. This is a unique opportunity for potential instructors to share their career expertise or hobbies/interests with the greater Westchester community. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
914-693-1500 x3148. We hope you will consider joining the Hudson River Community Education program
Greenburgh has talent! See your neighbors, Frank Accosta of Elmsford, Bob, Maureen and Jessica Beitscher, Chuck Buchanan and Stuart Fish (orchestra), all of Greenburgh, in the performance of "Guys and Dolls."
Directed and choreographed by Rose Cremonese-Norton, the Mount Pleasant Community Theater performances are July 31 and August 1, 7 and 8 at 8 pm, August 2 at 2 pm and August 6 at 7:30 pm in the John Whearty Theater at Westlake High School, 825 Westlake Drive in Thornwood, NY. Tickets can be ordered on-line at www.mpctshows.com.
Tom Ammirato of Mt. Kisco stars as Sky Masterson, a high stakes gambler whose luck never seems to run out. Audiences may remember Tom as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof in the summer of 2013. Robyn O’Brien of Eastchester plays female lead Sarah Brown as a pretty, bright-eyed woman who serves as Sergeant of the local mission.
The cast also includes:
Guys and Dolls, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, depicts colorful gangsters, gamblers and other characters of the New York underworld, based on stories by Damon Runyon. The premiere on Broadway was in 1950. It ran for 1,200 performances and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. The musical has had several Broadway and London revivals, as well as a 1955 film adaptation starring Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra.
- Rich Murden of Pleasantville -- Nathan Detroit, a good-hearted gambler and craps game organizer who could never hit the big time
- Rae West of Salem, VA, Cremonese-Norton’s daughter-in-law, -- Miss Adelaide, Nathan Detroit’s fiancé and a lead performer at the Hot Box nightclub
- Jim Stake* of Bedford Hills -- Nicely-Nicely Johnson, who just like his name suggests, is the nicest and cheeriest of the gambling crooks *appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity
- Accosta -- Benny Southstreet, Nathan’s right-hand man and a gambler himself
- John Wright of Hawthorne – Rusty Charlie, Nathan Detroit’s main sidekick
- Chris Jamison of Yorktown Heights -- Arvide Abernathy, Sarah’s loving grandmother who plays bass drum and cymbals in the Mission band
- Buchanan -- Lt. Brannigan, a New York police officer who is wise to Nathan’s illegal craps games and is dead-set on catching him
- Gary Simon of Cortlandt Manor -- crook and gambler Harry the Horse; and
- Mark Firestone of Cold Spring -- Big Jule, a big time craps player from Chicago who uses a gun and his own pair of rigged dice to bully his way into never losing.
Please call 914-769-0958 or 914-773-9171 or e-mail email@example.com for further information.
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