TOURS OF GREENBURGH TOWN HALL OFFERED –CHILDREN GET TO PRODUCE AND TAPE THEIR OWN PUBLIC SERVICE TV ANNOUNCEMENT DURING TOUR
WATCH CUB SCOUT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT ON DANGERS OF STRANGER DANGER BY VIEWING THE FOLLOWING LINK
One of our goals is to encourage every resident (no matter how old or young) to get involved in their government. I’m more than happy to take children on tours of Greenburgh Town Hall and to talk to them about the services offered and some of the issues we face. To make the tour more exciting for children we invite students to produce and tape a public service announcement that airs on local public service TV—channel 75, cablevision and 34 Fios. This public service announcement will be aired in between regularly scheduled programming. The PSA’s are taped during the tour.
"A group of Cub Scouts from Pack 67 in Hartsdale recently toured the Greenburgh Town Hall and got to see how our local government works. Pack 67 meets on Fridays at Highview School. If your son is age 6 or older, he is eligible to join his local Pack. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
We hope you enjoy this video of Christopher, Jake, Logan, Nathan, Nicholas and Sean discussing strategies for being careful around strangers."
Lots of parades in Greenburgh beginning Sunday with the Memorial Day parade in Hastings on Hudson –beginning at 2 PM—Warburton Ave. The Hartsdale Memorial day parade begins across the street from the Hartsdale train station on Monday from 10 AM. E Hartsdale Ave to Central Ave is temporarily shut down while the parade is in route (after 10—usually about a half hour). The Fairview Fire department’s parade starts at 11 AM. Parade to step off from Fairview Fire HQ's and will proceed down Tarrytown Rd to our Memorial at Greenburgh Police HQ's. There will be a small ceremony at the Memorial before returning to Fairview HQ's for a closing ceremony.
Tarrytown, Ardsley, Elmsford, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington also have from inspirational parades on Monday morning. Show your support for our veterans and thank them for their contributions to democracy.
And if you’re home during the weekend watch some of the 150+interviews of veterans on channel 76 (cablevision) and 35 (Verizon)---our veterans living history. You can also watch the Living History video's by clicking onto the following links to the Greenburgh public access TV website (if the link doesn't work please cut and paste.