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October 2017

10/22 Library Hosts the Acclaimed “650/Where Writers Read” 3 PM

October 20, 2017 - 09:14

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- 0n Sunday, October 22, 2017, at 3:00 pm, the New Rochelle Public Library will welcome the popular live reading series 650/Where Writers Read, to the Ossie Davis Theater for an event titled, “The Kids Are Alright.” The show will feature short, original, true stories on growing up—with both the child and parent perspectives on driving tests, empty nests, and more.

Library Hosts the Acclaimed “650/Where Writers Read”

10/30 Monster Mash 05:30 PM

October 20, 2017 - 08:20

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Fun Fuzion New Roc City presents Annual "Monster Mash" on Monday, October 30, 5:30 pm - 7 pm. The event is suitable for everyone and has a simple rule, "Everyone Must Wear a Costume." The event features Indoor Trick or Treating around the facility, Crafts, Snacks, games, and Prizes.The Costume Party and the contest is the highlight of the event. Half an Hour Timecard will be available on the day (good for non-redemption games and rides).

10/30 Monster Mash 05:30 PM

The Jefferson Elementary School Book Fairy reads "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!" to Students

October 20, 2017 - 06:22

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Readathon Scenes: The Jefferson Elementary School Book Fairy - also known as third-grade teacher Vicky Vessecchia - reads "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!" to students. Sounds like the pigeon's chances of getting behind the wheel are pretty slim!

*Find out more about how Jefferson is doing in its October readathon in the district e-newsletter Friday

The Jefferson Elementary School Book Fairy reads "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!" to students

Pumpkin Patch 2017

October 20, 2017 - 06:00

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Amy's Greenhouse at the Henry Barnard Early Childhood Center became a pumpkin patch filled with color, treats and Halloween costumes on Saturday. Attendees enjoyed donuts and apples. Children hand-painted pumpkins and marched in a colorful costume parade.

Check out some photos of the event, but don't stop here. Find plenty more scenes from this and other events here:

http://www.amysgreenhouse.com/GreenhouseEvents.asp

Giving the phrase "fall colors" new meaning!

The Albert Leonard Middle School Music Department Raise Funds with a Karaoke Night in the School Auditorium

October 20, 2017 - 05:20

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Albert Leonard Middle School music department wanted to raise funds to attend a spring music festival, and they had fun doing it - with a karaoke night in the school auditorium.

The festival, Music in the Parks, will be at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey in May.

 

Sixth-grader Basil Mathai showing he's got the moves to "Watch Me."

Latimer Fails to Turn Over Mobile Phone Records Following Two-Car Crash in New Rochelle While Supporting Invasive Senate Bill Meant to Address Distracted Driving

October 18, 2017 - 17:32

NEW ROCHELLE, NY --  State Senator George Latimer is co-sponsoring legislation in the New York State Senate that would allow police officers to mandatorily check the mobile phones of any participant in a traffic collision to determine if they were texting or talking right before the accident.

George Latimer Promoting Insurance Industry Campaign Against Distracted Driving

New York State Senator George Latimer in Serious Undisclosed Car Crash Over the Summer, 2 Injured

October 16, 2017 - 17:36

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New York State Senator George Latimer, the Democratic Party Nominee for Westchester County Executive, was involved in a serious, previously undisclosed car crash in New Rochelle over the summer in the midst of his Primary Campaign against County Legislator Ken Jenkins.

Latimer was not driving his own vehicle. The Jeep was registered to Andrew G. Genna, 56, of White Plains, NY. New York State Senate Records list Genna as Director of Community Outreach for George Latimer.

Vehicle Driven by New York State Senator George Latimer Crashed Through this Fence on Wilmot Road

New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson Visited William B. Ward Elementary School

October 15, 2017 - 11:30

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson visited William B. Ward Elementary School to help students their with their readathon.

In two fourth-grade classes, he read the book "Mr. Ferris and his Wheel," by Kathryn Gibbs Davis, about American invengot George Ferris and the iconic amusement park attraction that bares his name.

 

New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson Visited William B. Ward Elementary School

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