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FREE INDOOR TENNIS CLINIC DECEMBER 10 FROM NOON TO 2 PM..technology committee meeting Tuesday
Release Date: December 02, 2017

The new indoor tennis center - located at E Rumbrook Park off of Dobbs Ferry Road is now open. I had the opportunity to visit the bubble a few days ago and took the attached photo. The 2  tennis courts look fantastic. These courts are cushioned premier -easy on the body. A new renovated bathroom with unlimited parking and a lounge with TV and WI FI are available.
The bubble is managed between October and the end of April by a private company ([http://]www.greenburghindoortennis.com or 433 4820. They charge $50 per hour except Monday -Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM when the price goes down to $40 per hour.

ON SUNDAY DECEMBER 10th the price is FREE between 12 noon and 2 PM. The management will offer free tennis clinics with their professional staff. Ribbon cutting SUNDAY December 10 at noon.
Westchester County CoC is seeking Volunteers for the Annual HUD Point-In-Time (PIT) Count of Homeless in Westchester

FIRST MEETING OF OUR NEWLY FORMED TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE THIS TUESDAY EVENING, 7 PM  GREENBURGH TOWN HALL--- We are looking for additional ways to take advantage of technology so we can bring more efficiencies to Greenburgh. If interested in participating in the committee's activities please advise by e mailing me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com

The Westchester County Continuum of Care Partnership for the Homeless (CoC) is seeking volunteers to help count the people experiencing homelessness in Westchester County. Volunteers are integral in the PIT Count campaign – this project helps Westchester County end homelessness by enhancing our understanding and knowledge of this issue, which helps our region develop sustainable solutions. You will join with other volunteers in a hands-on experience to directly learn about homelessness and its impact in our communities. Volunteers will have the opportunity to foster connections with other compassionate Westchester County Residents.  

Paul Feiner


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