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Hartsdale: among most affordable places...David Reggina honored...Girl Scout tea party
Release Date: May 13, 2019

Proud that David Reggina, Assistant Commissioner of the Department of Community Resources (Theodore Young Community Center) was named by Westchester Magazine’s 914 Inc as one of 20 of the under 30 Wunderkinds. It’s a prestigious honor and we’re very pleased to have exceptional town employees working for us.  


Also pleased that Westchester Magazine named Hartsdale as one of the 10 most affordable places to live in Westchester. They highlighted the fact that crime rates are well below the national average and mentioned that rentals are particularly very affordable.




Please join Girl Scout Troop 2047 from Greenburgh/Elmsford for a fun tea party. Girls from 4 – 7 years old will learn how the Fairies and Girl Scouts work together to make the world a better place. They will be making their Pixie Dust, Houses for fairies and learn the Girl Scout Way. We’ll be serving tea (apple juice), small tea sandwiches (cheese, turkey and ham) and other treats. You’ll even get a goody bag! Sunday, May 19, 2019               TIME:        11:30am to 1:30pmWHERE:           Elmsford Senior Center, 10 N Stone Ave, Elmsford, NY 10523. RSVP:          Girlscouthhtroop2047@gmail.com or call Sara at 917.295.5491 COST:         $8 if you pre-register/$10 at the door





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