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After two decades and 10s
of thousands of words, thousands of editorials week by week, who would have thought that I would be at a loss for words here. This should be easy: over and out, good-bye, next step. As reporter and then editor from 1997 to present of The Record-Review, while tempting, that just wouldn’t be enough. Eve Marx, the longtime columnist, police reporter and feature writer, will be joining me on a new assignment as the editor of two weekly newspapers on the west coast.

They say you only have one chance to make a first impression. At the same time, you only have one chance to make a last impression.

I started at The Record-Review in April 1997. The new Katonah gazebo had just been built — and that first week, went up in flames (“Flames engulf Katonah gazebo, razing it within minutes”).

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Terri LeDonne, Barbara Earle, Katie Heaphy, Maureen Errickson, Mary Miranda and Mary LaTronica at the Thursday, April 9 Neighbor to Neighbor Mad Hatters’ spring tea. Over 25 Pound Ridge Seniors enjoyed tea sandwiches and great company.

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EDITORIAL

February 13, 2015

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Hope’s Door Celebrates 35th anniversary at the Apawamis Club in Rye

By NANCY DEXTER
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Debra Kousouros, vice president of board of directors; Laurie Sturz, longtime volunteer; Ingrid Connolly, gala honoree; and Jennifer Ryan Safsel, director of Development and Community Relations, at a recent meeting about the 35th Anniversary Gala on April 24.

 

Hope’s Door is becoming an increasingly visible and effective organization, with its primary mission to end domestic violence, and empower survivors to escape dangerous living situations and move on with their lives. The many services they provide to victims of domestic abuse include emergency shelter, counseling and support groups, legal advocacy, children’s programs and a “Love Shouldn’t Hurt” program for teens, to enlighten young people on how to recognize the signs of an abusive partner. In addition, there is a 24-hour bilingual hotline, and both residential and nonresidential services are available.

Hope’s Door board members and volunteers have dedicated many years of work to the organization. One of the most consistent and productive volunteers is Ingrid Connolly of Waccabuc, whose enduring commitment will be honored at the 35th Annual Spring Gala on Friday, April 24.

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