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summer camper's donating food to CAP...GREENBURGH INTERNS AT TOWN PARK THIS SATURDAY
Release Date: July 16, 2015

This Friday July 17th the Greenburgh Parks & Recreation Department and The Department Of Community Resources at the Theodore D. Young Community Center are participating in the Westchester Recreation and Parks Society (WRAPS)  “Camps Care About Hunger Food Drive”. Each camper and staff are asked to bring any non-perishable food item to camp on Friday and all items collected with be donated to the Greenburgh/Elmsford CAP Food Pantry.
This is an initiative that was started this year by the Westchester Recreation and Parks Society and presented to all municipalities throughout Westchester County. To date there are 11 communities participating and among them, along with our departments, the Village of Irvington Department of Parks & Recreation held one on July 8th and the Dobbs Ferry Parks & Recreation Department is planning to hold theirs on July 22nd. Additional communities are signing on daily.
Join the Greenburgh Town Hall Interns and the Greenburgh Nature Center on Greenburgh Day, Saturday, July 18th. They will be spreading awareness about healthy waste management practices, and demonstrating for residents how to source separate their waste.
Who:    Student Government Interns:
(Kai) Kyle Bason
Pearse Callaghan
Maya Copeland
Anthony DeLillo
Kristoffer Fregil
Jaha Walgern-Bell
Demetrius Woods
Jahari Yates
What:   Public Service Outreach and Educational Project
Where: Anthony Veterans Park
11 Olympic Lane Ardsley, NY 10502
When: Saturday July 18, 2015 from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
The purpose of this event is to make a positive change in the community through the promotion of healthy waste management practices like recycling and composting. Food waste should be separated and placed in a separate recycling bin before it is composted. Through outreach, students want to help educate and inform the residents of the Town of Greenburgh that they can make a strong impact as well. Come see our guest speakers and spin our Wheel of Waste. Help make Greenburgh Greener!
Contact: For more info, please email Emma Lagle at elagle@greenburghnaturecenter.org, project leader.              

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