Here's an assortment of just some of the many good visuals found around town on this perfectly sunny Saturday. From the Tarrytown Lakes Clean Up to an all-over Clean Up to Warner Library's book sales (we're including this since it fits the reduce-reuse-recycle motif!), there were so many people out making a difference, gardening, picking up trash and buying used books.
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Patch editors from the region for the many young people whose lived are forever changed because of Maria Fareri Children's Hospital. Luckily we did that in the first half of the day because the second half of Sunday was pretty dismal.
Sleepy Hollow had to cancel its Morse Celebration and the Horan's Landing Clean Up. Stay tuned for rain dates on those events.
Rain and gray continued on Monday but the party prevailed nonetheless with the news that Sleepy Hollow Middle School was among 78 schools nationwide awarded with status.
Meanwhile, a small group of parents and officials (Tarrytown Mayor Drew Fixell, Superintendent Dr. Howard Smith) gathered in the drizzle in front of a flowering tree to commemorate the opening of a new community garden at .
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May the rain bring more growth to our green villages!