AWARDED & RAISED
The Kids’ Club of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow supports and celebrates the achievements of hard-working Sleepy Hollow High seniors with two programs: first, with the introduction of The Kids’ Club College Scholarship, which was awarded to Frandy Cisnero on June 9, and second, by a “Bedding for Breakfast,” which took place on June 24, to collect brand new bedding and gift cards for approximately 40 first-generation college bound students.
While Lugari Hall on the EF Campus at 100 Marymount Drive, bears the name of life-long Tarrytown resident Ed Lugari, it’s unlikely that the students who gather from all over the world to sleep in the 325-bed dormitory know anything about the man whose life adventures manifested a character with a Paul Bunyan-like strength and skill, a Clint Eastwood cool, and a Marlboro Man ruggedness.
Last October, the Rockefeller State Park Preserve in Pleasantville welcomed new director, Susan Antenen. After a successful spring season, challenging goals await the Preserve moving forward. Expanding the volunteer program, protecting the Preserve from invasive plants, and making repairs on trails are issues that Antenen has tackled head-on.