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Looking for student musicians..new residents reception/ police summer youth camp
Release Date: April 03, 2013

New Residents/volunteer reception to be held May 8! We're looking for high school musicians to perform...
This year’s New Resident’s/volunteer appreciation reception will be held on May 8 from 6 pm to 8 PM at Greenburgh Town Hall.Local food establishments will donate delicious food. We also hope to feature youth musicians who will be performing a range of music from classical piano to R&B and Jazz. Just wait until you hear those old familiar tunes coming from the creativity and genius of our young aspiring and talented artists. We still have openings and we’re looking for high school students who play the flute, trumpet, saxophone, violin, guitar, bass, etc. and great conversation background music as our guests mix and mingle. Please contact Judith Beville, Town Clerk and New Resident’s Reception Co-Coordinator either by email at jbeville@greenburghny.com or by phone, (914) 993-1504.

Thanks to a generous donation from Patricia Lanza and the Lanza Foundation, the Town of Greenburgh Police Department is proud to announce it will be holding its Summer Youth Program again for 2013.

This year’s program will accommodate 26 children between the ages of 13 and 16. The program will, in essence, be a junior police academy where youngsters will be placed in a setting similar to that experienced by a police recruit. The seven-week course will consist of physical training and classroom instruction in law and other related topics. Guest lecturers from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, District Attorney’s Office, United States Secret Service and other areas within the Criminal Justice System will present an overview of their agency’s operation. Demonstrations by specialized police units and field trips to courts and other criminal justice institutions are also planned. Children will travel to Washington DC for a two day tour of our nation’s capitol. Contemporary issues such as alcohol and drug abuse shall also be addressed and students will participate in various role-play scenarios, which illustrate the practical everyday problems faced by law enforcement officers. Campers will also receive instruction and certification in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), First Aid and Water Rescue by police instructors.

Applications and medical forms will be available at the front desk at Greenburgh Police headquarters on April 29, 2013.

For more information please contact Sergeant Robert J. Gramaglia of the Town of Greenburgh Police Department’s Community Affairs Unit at
(914) 682-5391 or by email at RGramaglia@Greenburghny.com

Paul Feiner

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