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The Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps held its annual awards picnic last Saturday, June 5, honoring members who demonstrated outstanding performance during the past year.

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It wasn’t a pot of gold, but Pound Ridge seniors still had a stroke of luck this St. Patrick’s Day. Neighbor to Neighbor delivered meals of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots and more to approximately 200 residents with the help of its community volunteers. 

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Before she became the president of the executive board of the Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry, South Salem resident Kelley Housman and her family volunteered there, spending hours filling bags with food items for holiday meals.

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The Town of Bedford is seeking interested candidates to apply for positions on the town’s new Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Advisory Committee. The Mission of the IDEAC is to provide guidance to the Town of Bedford to ensure that goals of diversity, inclusion and equity are being met in al…

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The Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps, in conjunction with Billy Fortin and The Market at Pound Ridge Square, delivered donations of dinners to Northern Westchester Hospital staff last weekend as tokens of appreciation for the frontline health care workers.

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Lewisboro Lions Club held a barbecue for the staff of Northern Westchester Hospital on the hospital’s grounds last Saturday, May 16, “to thank and honor the health care workers for all the work they do especially during this pandemic,” said Lions Club member and councilman, Tony Goncalves. O…

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Bedford Playhouse staff and volunteers delivered hundreds of sealed bags of fresh popcorn throughout the day May 5 to hospital workers, first responders and other frontline employees to celebrate Giving Tuesday. “It’s our way of saying ‘thanks,’” commented Sarah Long, chairman of the board o…

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Pound Ridge resident Laura Peterman uses her own vintage sewing machine to contribute to Project Face Mask, founded by Pauline Dora and her team at Design Solutions. Ms. Dora’s staff and a group of volunteers sew handmade face masks for adults and children, which are sold online for $10 each…

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Bedford resident Ben Gershman, a junior at the University of New Haven, was still attending classes in January when he read about a virus rapidly spreading through a region of China. As an aspiring medical student, Mr. Gershman already knew the speed of contagion suggested something more sin…

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What passes now for a “normal” day for a Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps crew member, who is on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, entails a regimen of constant cleaning, wearing increased protective gear and facing the constant threat of contracting COVID-19.

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The Bedford-Armonk Rotary Club is running a central drop-off point in front of the Bedford Playhouse to collect food donations for the Community Center of Northern Westchester and Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry.

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A few days ago, Anne Hanley, vice chair of the Katonah Chamber of Commerce, had an idea. She wanted to help local merchants who closed their stores to move unused goods and at the same time offer a “thank you” to first responders and volunteers.

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The Community Center of Northern Westchester, in Katonah, has come a long way since its origins in 1991. It has received broad support in its mission to serve 2,000 families annually with food and clothing, and programs to develop job skills and enhance education. The Community Center strive…

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Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps members elected its board of directors at its recent annual meeting. Former vice president Mark Sheeran was elected president, succeeding Jim Reilly, whose term ended. George Chiu was elected as a new member and vice president, succeeding Mr. Sheeran. Jame…