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450 science research students from the Westchester region presented their studies at the Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium on February 7.  Sleepy Hollow High School senior Elizabeth Sobolik placed first in the Cellular and Molecular Biology category, and senior Colin Atkinson placed fourth in Computer Science in the Power Point Division. Elizabeth and Colin will advance to the State Competition in Albany this month.  

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Lesa Dalton, 50+
Works in Tarrytown
“I try to eat a lot of vegetables and low fat foods. I exercise when I can, and I don’t smoke.”

 

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Barbara Turk
Sleepy Hollow
“I walk my dog, Kona, at Rockefeller or Rockwood for an hour a day.”

 

 

Robert Delvecchio

















Robert DelVecchio, 11
Sleepy Hollow
“I eat greens and I’m trying to get off the junk stuff.”

 

 


Sharon Leslie
















Sharon Leslie
Irvington
“Gardening in the Spring, shoveling in the Winter. I eat a lot and I work it off.  Sitting around is not very healthy.”

 

 



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Jack LaGrassa, 63
Tarrytown
“I exercise every day and do a lot of walking.”

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James Gary, 19
Sleepy Hollow
“Here at home I have to keep myself occupied with various activities, but at school it’s not as much of an issue.”

















Mary Reinoso
Tarrytown
“I don’t have the winter blues.”

 

 

 



















Mirella McNulty
Sleepy Hollow
“I keep a very good exercise program – hiking every other day in the Preserve, and visits to the Y.  I  also get a good dosage of Vitamin D and eat at least a whole lemon every day in some form for the Vitamin C.”

 

 

















Joanne Spellane
Irvington
“I take sewing classes and I sew.”

 

 










Nelson Serrano
(Works in) Irvington
“I stay away from the outdoors as much as possible.”

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