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As our world seems to be moving on a technological, business-orientated track, young individuals everywhere are already seen taking action. In Irvington, two high-school juniors, Andie Regan and Emily Lapine, have started their own cookie business named Karma Cookies.

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“Begin with the end in mind.”
Laura Kramer chose to give these wise words of advice, spoken by educator and author Dr. Stephen Covey, to students participating in the “Through a Clear Lens” film project.  The project, which aims to break down cultural barriers, will be conducted by 14 Jewish and Latino students from Sleepy Hollow High School, and two from Irvington High School.

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On January 10, top-notch musicians in the community came together to perform at the second annual Winter Blues Concert to benefit the Sleepy Hollow Middle and High School Performing Arts Boosters. Nearly $14,000 was raised and will be put to good use for budding musicians and actors in the district.

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