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FAST SWIM TEAM COMPETITION- CAME IN 5TH (4 SWIMMERS!)...MILLENNIALS MEET ON TUESDAY
Release Date: July 31, 2014

 
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE TO RACE THREE FAST SWIM TEAM MEMBERS AND TO COME OUT IN 5th PLACE?
  Earlier today I competed against three Fast swim team members at the Theodore Young Community Center pool. I had challenged three  9 and 10 year olds to a race. Saatiya Naik, Payton Schales and Pablo Salmar accepted the challenge. And.........beat me. Although Saatiya, Payton and Pablo are much younger than me - they were so fast that it wouldn't be fair for me to accept 4th prize out of 4 swimmers. When they completed their 4th lap around the pool, I hadn't even completed 2 1/2 laps.
 
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE FAST SWIM TEAM--VISIT THEIR WEBSITE---our goal: FOR A FAST SWIM TEAM MEMBER TO EVENTUALY BECOME A GOLD MEDAL OLYMPIC CHAMPION
 
 
Are you a recent college graduate or a college student? Looking for employment? Elizabeth Skovron, an intern in my office, has been working hard this summer helping Millennials make the transition from college life to successful careers.  On Tuesday evening, August 5th at 7 PM to 9 PM the 3rd in a series of Millennials in transition meetings will be held at Greenburgh Town Hall.
NETWORKING EVENT: Empowering Millennials in Transition
 
Empowering Millennials in Transition is a collective initiative designed to help each other during our transition from college to the “Real World.”
 
Together we can build our own bridge to help us thrive in our new careers.

Empowering Millennials in Transition is supported by three pillars: empathy, reality and skills. Empathy supports us in that we are not alone. Reality enlightens us to the existence of unforeseen and invisible firewalls that remain as obstacles for us to overcome. Skills will help us identify the firewalls, help us scale them and develop the traction necessary to begin our successful careers.
Whether you are looking for an internship, job or entrepreneurship opportunities, EMIT is worth checking out.
College students, recent graduates and professionals are invited to take part in a networking event on August 5th from 7-9pm at the Greenburgh Town Hall.
 
Please email eskovron@albany.edu or pfeiner@greenburghny.com to RSVP.
 
TRAFFIC ADVISORY
ASHFORD AVENUE  VILLAGES OF DOBBS FERRY & ARDSLEY

EMERGENCY BRIDGE REPAIRS
 
LANE CLOSURE

RELEASE: July 31, 2014.
ROADWAY: Ashford Avenue.
LIMITS: Ashford Avenue between Southfield Avenue and Saw Mill River Road (Rt.9A).
WHAT: Emergency roadway repair work.
IMPACTS: There will be alternating single lane closure of Ashford Avenue in either direction within the above limits.  Motorists are advised to use as an alternate route to avoid delays. Friday
WHEN:  August 1, 2014 between the hours of 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
WHO: Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation.
 
For additional information please contact Westchester County Traffic Engineering Division at (914)
995-2555.
Paul Feiner
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