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If someone offered you $500 a month for 18 months, you'd probably think it's a trick. But this will soon be a reality for 100 residents of Stockton, California.

Partnership's Draft Strategic Plan
Same presentation-two opportunities to attend and provide real-time input
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The Partnership's Board of Directors has been working over the past seven months developing a new strategic plan to focus the association's work over the next 3-5 years. The process has engaged the Community Action Network during this development through surveys, focus groups, and…

In the summer of 1948 Ann Greenberg placed an ad in the New York Post. It read, “To mothers of retarded children, ages, 4-8: Are you interested in helping to start a day nursery for your children?” The ad brought 10 people to a friend’s Bronx home. They came from all over the city—too far away for them to share a nursery, but they decided to continue to meet. Twenty people came to the next meeting.

Cider Selection- McDonald & Peacock Cider House
Bakery (American)- Baked by Susan
Craft Cocktails- Gleason's Pizza, Pasta, and Cocktails
Doughnuts- Hot Dippity Donuts
Milkshakes- The Hudson Creamery

Don't miss your last chance to experience Between I & Thou as well as solo exhibits by Peter Bynum & Orly Cogan, plus collaborative artworks by Peekskill's high school students and HVCCA's teaching artists-in-residence!
We have exciting events all through the month of July to send our exhibits off in style!

Arc of Westchester's Children’s School for Early Development is the first step for families in providing educational, social and support services for children, from birth to five years of age. Hear from two moms who share personal stories about how our Children’s School for Early Development provides support and resources to maximize their children’s potential.

20% of millennials and 22% of Gen Xers actively seek out flavors to try on a regular basis, while baby boomers are less experimental—23% prefer to stick to their

The Arc Westchester recently hosted its 69th Annual Membership Meeting at The Gleeson-Israel Gateway Center. More than 150 chapter members, invited guests, self-advocates, staff and board members were in attendance. During the meeting, the board of directors voted in new board president Joseph Cassarini. Patsy Ginese, Robert Hunt, Bernard Krooks and Rita Ross were recognized as retiring board members. Ginese was also presented the Richard P. Swierat Self-Advocate of the Year Award.

Congratulations to Tuesday Paige-McDonald and Rita Sharples are being named Women of Distinction by Senator Terrence Murphy for all they do for their communities!
Congratulations to Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey on being named one of the Business Council of Westchester's 40 Under 40 Rising Stars!

'Seating: tier 2 or 3 Click to view seating chart The Magpie Salute How you know guitarist Rich Robinson: from his work with the Black Crowes; the Crowes’ Marc Ford and Sven Pipien are in the band too. The last time you heard Robinson and Ford play guitar together: 1997, when Ford left the Crowes What to expect: a mix of Black Crowes favorites and songs from Robinson’s and Ford’s solo careers
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Start the summer off right with two new exhibits, family friendly programs, creative workshops and more!

'As Italian as a Vespa traversing the cobblestone streets of Rome, the cuisine at Taormina will take you back to the Old Country, and without the sound of a buzzing scooter motor. Hop onto this deal, good for $40 of authentic Italian dinner dining for only $20. In the cozy atmosphere of Taormina Restaurant, you’ll enjoy some of Peekskill’s best-loved dishes, from seafood to pasta and…

For those who grow up in poverty, there are a number of ways it can impact their educational development that could have lasting impacts on their adult lives.