Happy Rosh Hashanah

On this special occasion of New Year, I wish you a year filled with prosperity, peace, happiness and good health.. #roshhashanah #shanatova #WilliamRaveis #RaveisTogether


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Chappaqua 79th Annual Strawberry Festival

Chappaqua 79th Annual Strawberry Festival

Chappaqua 79th Annual Strawberry Festival

The 79th Annual Strawberry Festival  

Saturday, June 4, from 11 AM to 4 PM

St. Mary’s is proud that this is the longest, continuously-running event of its kind in Westchester County. The festival brings the parish and community together for food, games, crafts, music, attic treasures, and not least– strawberry delights! It is St. Mary’s signature event, one that has brought parishioners, especially the children, some of their fondest church memories. All ages work collaboratively to carry out this annual community-builder and fund-raiser.

 Please sign up to help out. You’ll have a great time!

The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin Chappaqua web site:  http://parish-office.wix.com/smtv


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The Chappaqua Volunteer Ambulance Corps is hosting a Youth Corps Open House

Chappauqa Ambulance Corps

The Chappaqua Volunteer 
Ambulance Corps (CVAC) is hosting a Youth Corps Open House for incoming
candidates and their parents. High school sophomores are eligible to apply
for a spot in the upcoming year’s roster. Applications for the handful of
available spots are being accepted through April 1, 2013.

The Youth Corps is comprised of 18 local high school students between the ages 16 and 18 who are trained to ride alongside EMTs and paramedics on ambulance calls within New Castle. Youth members are trained in ambulance operations, CPR and basic first aid.

Founded in 1936, the Chappaqua Volunteer Ambulance Corps is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing quality emergency medical services to the residents of New Castle. The 70+ volunteer members are a diverse group, from teachers and lawyers to entrepreneurs, students, parents and grandparents. In addition to responding to more than 500 calls annually, CVAC reaches out with programs to educate the community on First Aid and CPR. For more information or to become a volunteer, visit www.chappaquaambulance.org.

* WHEN:* Wednesday March 20, 7:00 PM.

* WHERE: *CVAC Headquarters at 233 N. Greeley Ave, Chappaqua.

* WHY: *Learn valuable first aid training and help others while enhancing your college application.

* INFO: For more information call (914)
238-3191 or visit www.chappaquaambulance.org

Bell Middle School is the Centerpiece of Downtown Chappaqua

Robert E. BellThe site of the October 5th Chappaqua Children’s Book Festival is the centerpiece of downtown Chappaqua. Bell Middle School has a bit of an Ivy League feel (some have said Hogwarts-esque). It will be gorgeous on a beautiful fall day, surrounded by big oaks with kids dashing between author tables and families picnicking on the grass. Right across the street is the town gazebo where we’ll be featuring entertainment late in the afternoon. Be sure your calendars are marked!


Greeley’s gearing up for a good-old, whole-town Homecoming, starting with fireworks

The Greeley Sports Boosters for the second year will sponsor a fireworks extravaganza at around 8 p.m. this Friday, October 19, at the school football field to kick off Homecoming, a weekend of sports – soccer, volleyball, cross country and football—and fun events for the entire community. Volleyball and soccer games start at 4:30 p.m., the the Parade of Teams at 6:45 p.m.