With the need to vacate the Tappan Hill School by the end of July, The Family YMCA at Tarrytown is pursuing plans to locate its thriving Y Early Training Center elsewhere. The Tarry town School District has come up with an alternate use for the school, which it rented to the YMCA two and one-half years ago.
In a letter to Y members, CEO Gerry Riera announced late last month that, “We are so disappointed to inform you that the Tarrytown School District has opted to not renew our lease.”
Three Sleepy Hollow residents will be honored on Saturday, March 7 during the first “Mayor for a Day” event initiated by Immaculate Conception Church.
Nicholas Bell, Brian Doyle and Armando “Chick” Galella will be recognized by Village Mayor Ken Wray and the Board of Trustees at 9:30 a.m. at Village Hall and treated to a celebratory lunch at the church’s Coda Hall at 11 a.m. with guests and parishioners.
Teachers and students are collaborating for a community wide event collecting food items Saturday, March 7 to give to those less fortunate in the community. The participating volunteers will be stationed at Stop & Shop in Tarrytown, Mrs. Green’s and other locations around the villages, according to Anne McGee, a first grade teacher at the W.L. Morse School and one of the event’s coordinators.