INAUGURATION BUS TO DC HAS SEATS! -LEAVING IRVINGTON AT MIDNIGHT TUESDAY AM
Release Date: January 17, 2009
Javier Anderson, a 12th grader at Irvington High School, wants to be part of the historic Presidential inauguration on Tuesday, January 20th. He rented a 54 seat bus. Currently, 17 to 21 high school students are leaving Irvington High School on Tuesday morning after midnight and will be heading to Washington DC (anticipating arrival around 8:30 AM). They still have about 30 available seats on the bus. The fee: $75 round trip transportation (they will be back in Irvington around 11 PM on Tuesday evening).
If you would like to go to the inauguration and need transportation please contact Javier at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 479-5423. Attendees will not have tickets to the inauguration but can watch the inauguration from the mall. You will also have the chance to enjoy the excitement, watch the parade, see some DC politico's when you're in Washington. It should be lots of fun. Hat's off to Javier for his persistence and hard work organizing the trip.
If you can't attend the inauguration in person - you can still watch the swearing in ceremonies on a large flat screen at the Theodore Young Community Center or on a screen at the new Greenburgh Library. The community center will also be offering lunch. The members of the Town Board and I will be at the local functions and look forward to joining you as we watch one of the most historic events in american history take place.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor