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GREENVILLE CHURCH CELEBRATE 175 YEARS...NAACP GREENBURGH CELEBRATES 80th
Release Date: November 05, 2016

GREENVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH CELEBRATES 175 YEARS...NAACP GREENBURGH/WHITE PLAINS BRANCH CELEBRATES 80...COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY...HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR ART EXHIBIT...BURGER KING IN ELMSFORD HELPING THE POOR

GREENVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH CELEBRATING 175 YEARS...

The Greenville Community Church, located on Ardsley Road in the Edgemont section of town will celebrate the beginning of their  175th anniversary this Sunday, November 6 with a service at 10 AM. The beginning of the church dates back to  1840 when a handful of Dutch farmers had a vision of a place of worship for the community. They were “long on faith and sacrifice, short on worldly goods.” A local tavern owner by the name of Gilbert Underhill offered them his “tap room” as a place for them to worship. Mr. Underhill’s interest in this group and his generosity continued to grow. In March of 1842 he deeded them enough property for a church building along with an adjacent  cemetery. The small group contracted to build a church the first church to be built in Scarsdale, New York. On November 9, 1842, this small group of Christians dedicated a little white clapboard  church, and they were formally recognized as a congregation of the by our denomination. 

Today’s membership draws individuals from 19 different communities in Westchester County;
 
Greenburgh/White Plains  branch of the NAACP is celebrating their 80th year tonight at Mt.  Hope AME Zion Church, 65 Lake Street, White Plains from 6 to 9 PM.  Congratulations
 

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

My name is Sara, and I wanted to share our new scholarship opportunity
with you to make it available to your students and visitors.

It’s free to apply for all current student, and we award $6,000 in
scholarships each year to the three winners.

Our organization, AlcoRehab.org, works towards raising awareness of
the alcohol abuse and addiction issues and hoping to encourage as many
people as possible to realize the potential consequences of their
drinking habits.

The scholarship recipients will be selected through an essay contest,
and essays are judged based on their originality and content. There
are no costs associated with submitting an application for this
scholarship.

More information can be found on this page:
https://alcorehab.org/scholarship/

 

alcorehab.org
Learn more about the alcohol addiction scholarship and how helping raising awareness of the problem of alcohol abuse, can help you win money for college.

Opening Reception: Ed Lessing: Now & Then; Upstream on Paper  upstream Gallery, Hastings, 8 Main Street, Hastings
Holocaust survivor Ed Lessing concluded a long successful career as a graphic designer years ago.  Today, at age 90, he continues to document his memories of war torn Holland and time spent in Israel before coming to the U.S.  In Now & Then his Holocaust memories, landscapes and loving portraits of family members are all equally moving.   Lessing’s singular watercolor language employs graphics, text and close observation to great effect.

 

ELMSFORD BURGER KING HELPING THE HUNGRY WITH AN EVENT ON NOV 9

Elmsford Burger King Sponsors

(Located on Route 119, Elmsford, NY)

‘DINING to DONATE’

to benefit

OLMC-Elmsford Community Food Pantry

November 9, 20164:00pm - 8:00pm

*Bring your family & friends.

*Meet Pantry Volunteers.

*Greet High School Student volunteers.

*Be entertained by musicians.

Burger King will donate 20% of the dinner’s proceeds

(Drive-thru & Dine-in) to OLMC-ECFP. 

 

Burger King is also conducting a Food Drive during the month of November 2016.

Donate non-perishable food items (i.e., vegetable oil; canned tuna, salmon, chicken; coffee; whole grain pasta; low salt/sugar items; Splenda, etc.)   at BK Drop Box & receive coupon for a free bag of fries.

Paul Feiner

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