On Thursday, Feb 11, at 8:AM, all are welcome to attend and meet Newly Elected Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann. The event will be a Q & A at Bonefish Grill in Nanuet. Sponsored by the Nanuet Chamber of Commerce. Register at www.nanuetchamber.com.
Come and meet the fur-ever love of your life at HiTor’s Special Valentine’s Adoption Event this Friday, Feb 12, Saturday,Feb 13t and Sunday, Feb 14, from 12 pm until 5 pm each day. All adoption fees will be waived for all cats and dogs who are 1 year of age and older and all adoption fees will be waived for all small animals who are 6 months of age and older. Please don’t miss this wonderful opportunity that will give you the chance to give a precious animal the forever home that it deserves. You’ll be rewarded with the best stuff ever …unconditional love!! Hi Tor is located at 65 Firemans Drive, Pomona,NY. For further information go to www.hitor.org or call 845-354-7900.
The Penguin Plunge 9th Annual Fundraiser takes place Friday, Feb 19, at the Knights of Columbus, 150 W. Erie Street, Blauvelt, NY. Show Time 8PM-12AM. Admission $25. Featuring The Johnny Markowski Band, Friends of Wigjam, and special guests. Cash Bar and Food available from Bailey’s Smokehouse. For more Penguin Plunge info go to www.penguinplungeny.com
The Bergen County Model Railroad Club’s 26th Annual Train Show runs for 4 weekends, Saturday, Feb 13 through Sunday, March 6, including President’s Day Monday, Feb 15. The show is open Saturdays 10AM-5PM; Sundays and President’s Day 12 noon- 5PM. The show takes place at the United Methodist Church, 130 Franklin Avenue, Pearl River, NY. Donation is $6/Adults and $2/ Children 12 and under. Lunch and refreshments will be available.
ROCKLAND AREA MASONS SCHEDULE CHILD SAFETY ID AT Rockland Community College Feb 19, 20, 21, 2016:
The Masonic Safety ID Program will be held at Rockland’s 29th Suburban Home Show at RCC’s Eugene Levy Field House, 145 College Road in Suffern. Show Hours are Friday, February 19th from 3 PM – 9 PM; Saturday, February 20th from 10 AM to 8 PM; and Sunday, February 21st from 10 AM to 6 PM. No advance reservations are required for the Masonic Safety ID Program. For further information, call 845-642-5559
On Wednesday, Feb 24, the Mahwah Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold their annual Non-member Open House. The theme this year will be “The MRCC Experience.” This special event will be held from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, 3 Executive Boulevard, Suffern, NY. Admission is free for non-members and for members who bring a non-member guest. There is a $25 fee for members attending without a guest. To participate in “The MRCC Experience” please register at mahwah.com.
On Thursday, Feb 25, from 3- 9PM, the Stony Point PBA will hold its Annual Blood Drive. The event takes place in the RHO Building at Patriot Hills, 5 Clubhouse Lane in Stony Point. Walk ins are welcome, or you can make an appointment online at the New York Blood Center website, or call 845-786-2422.
Women DINE For A CAUSE:
Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 6PM-8PM
Hosted at the Home of Sonya & Milton Shapiro 34 Scenic Drive, Suffern, NY 10901
NAMI Rocks with Gold Recording Artist Joe Delia
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the Nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness.
RSVP/Register online at www.womendine.net
On Saturday, March 5, GARNER Atrs Center will honor the career of esteemed comic book writer/editor and Rockland County resident, Denny O’Neil, known as the Dean of American Comics and the visionary behind Batman for more than 40 years Mr. O’Neil will participate in a conversation with Michael Uslan (Executive Producer of upcoming Batman v Superman, Producer & Writer of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight & The Dark Knight Rises), moderated by Paul Levitz (Former President & Publisher, DC Comics). $65 for VIP Hour beginning at @ 6:30 with Hors D’oeuvres, Open Bar and Meet & Greet with Mr. O’Neil, Mr. Paul Levitz and Mr. Michael Uslan. (There are limited VIP tickets available for sale. VIP tickets include admission to the Award Presentation & Panel Discussion) $40 for General Admission to Award Presentation & Panel Discussion @ 7:30 with Drinks for Sale. For more information, please contact GARNER Program Director, Christine Olivier de Molina at email@example.com or at 845-947-7108.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Westchester County Master Gardener Volunteers have brought high quality gardening education to Westchester communities for over 20 years. The popular Home Garden Lecture Series continues its 2016 season on Wednesday, Feb 24 at 10AM with local farmer and journalist Max Apton will speaking on “Backyard Organic Veggie Gardening” at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church Parish House, 382 Cantitoe Road, Bedford, NY. Learn how to create an edible landscape and grow organic vegetables for dinner in your own back yard!
Also in the 2016 series: .
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 10:00 AM – 12 noon : “Lawns and Alternatives to Lawns” with Cornell Cooperative Extension Turf Specialist, Dr. Tamson Yeh. Will Library, Yonkers Public Library 1500 Central Park Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10710
Wednesday, April 13, 2016 10:00 AM – 12 noon : “Challenging Habitats” with Cornell University Associate Professor of Natural Resources, Dr. Bernd Blossey. Anthony Veteran Park—Greenburgh 11 Olympic Lane, Ardsley, NY 10502
Wednesday, May 25, 2016 10:00 AM – 12:00 noon: “Unlocking Seed Secrets” with author Margaret Roach. John Jay Homestead, State Historic Site 400 Route 22, Katonah, NY 1053
Wednesday, June 8, 2016 : “Private Garden Tour of the Eideken/Goldfinger Property” Louise Edeiken and Eliot Goldfinger 37 Rolling Way, New Rochelle, NY 10804 No-Walk Ins — 10:00 AM Arrival OR 11:00 AM Arrival
For a brochure with lecture descriptions and locations, please visit us at http://westchester.cce.cornell.edu/.
On Friday, March 18 the Nanuet Chamber of Commerce will kick off their 2nd Annual Art Walk and Exhibition with students’ artwork being displayed in various shops around town and on Friday, April 1st at the Shops at Nanuet, they will hold a reception for the art students of Nanuet Schools who participated. Families are welcome and encouraged to attend this fun event.
“Power of Age” Wednesday May 25
Rockland County Office for the Aging together with Rockland Community College co-sponsor this wonderful celebration of Rockland County’s Older Adults!
Event is FREE of charge and open to the public, Rockland Community College Fieldhouse.
9-11AM – enjoy a continental breakfast, visit with vendors and local agencies, attend awards ceremony.
11:30am-12:45pm – attend informative workshops.
Walking is Required
For more information contact the Rockland County Office for the Aging – 845.364.2110
Visit Rockland County Office for the Aging website: http://rocklandgov.com/departments/aging/ or Rockland County Office for the Aging Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/rcofficefortheaging
Keep Rockland Beautiful will gather more than 4,000 volunteers to remove tons of litter from our streets, parks and waterways during the 2016 Great American Cleanup Campaign, being run through April and May. Saturday, April 2nd, two large-scale Community Cleanup Events – in Nanuet and Hillburn – will kick off the two-month campaign. In addition to providing litter-grabbing supplies, these events give cleanup volunteers a central reporting site, snacks and a venue for sharing stories on some of the unexpected trash they encounter. And young trash-hunters can win a prize by finding “Cleanup KiRBy,” the KRB gnome mascot who hides under litter. Each event has a unique approach. DPW Supervisor Tommy Conklin and the Village of Hillburn will host the Hillburn Community Cleanup Event at The Hillburn Youth Center. As they do every year, they will provide both breakfast and lunch to volunteers. At the Nanuet Community Cleanup Event, Raymour & Flanigan will provide a warm host site for volunteers to grab supplies, refreshments and safety guidelines before tackling the town’s trash. Shannon Purdy, KRB Board President and the Nanuet Event leader says, “We owe it to our families and neighbors to get rid of the accumulated trash that surrounds us – and get the word out to prevent littering from happening in the first place. Every community is made by many smaller communities who want to make a difference. All it takes is a little curiosity and compassion to make things right.” For more information and to sign up as a volunteer: www.KeepRocklandBeautiful.org or email: info@KeepRocklandBeautiful.org / tel: (845) 708-9164
The Tappan Zee Thrift Shop, 454 Piermont Avenue, in Piermont needs volunteers to man the shop. The Tappan Zee Thrift Shop is a huge supporter of Hi Tor Animal Care Center, and a number of other non-profit organizations. Please contact Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer. Also remember, your purchases and donations to the shop also help the homeless animals at the shelter. Please visit and support both the pets and Tappan Zee Thrift Shop.
Meals on Wheels Needs Volunteer Drivers – Please consider volunteering to deliver meals to your homebound neighbors. Volunteer drivers are needed to deliver meals in Suffern, Nanuet, New City, Sparkill and Orangeburg Monday through Friday. Delivery of the meals ONLY TAKES ONE HOUR OR LESS between the hours of 10a-1p. You can volunteer for any single day of the week, every other week or for multiple days. For more information please call 624-6325.
The New York State Office for New Americans, 24 West Street, Spring Valley, is offering FREE Citizenship/Naturalization Application Assistance. To apply for U.S. Citizenship you will need to have had a Permanent Resident Card for 5 years or be married for 3 years to a U.S. Citizen. For more information and to apply call 845-352-5897 ext 24 (English & Spanish) or 845-352-5897 ext 14 (English & Creole).
The Rockland Independent Living Center announces the PFC Joseph P. Dwyer Peer to Peer Counseling Program. The mission of the program is to reduce or eliminate the negative impact that trauma related symptoms have on veterans and their families. The peer to peer services are free, confidential and available to all veterans and their families residing in Rockland County. For information on the next 15 hour Peer to Peer Mentor training program or information on how interested veterans can take advantage of the services provided by the Peer to Peer Program, call 845-624-1366 ext 112 or 845-608-5154.
The West Clarkstown Jewish Center, located at 195 West Clarkstown Rd., in New City, NY, is having it’s Membership Drive on Fridays at 6PM and Saturdays at 9:30AM. They welcome you to visit them on Shabbat and partake in our services. For further information please call (845) 352-0017 and leave your name and phone number.
Beth Am Temple in Pearl River invites families to Yaldeinu, a free early childhood program offered on a monthly basis. Yaldeinu, (our children) is designed for preschoolers as an age appropriate introduction to Judaism. Parents join their children in a variety of activities including music, visual arts, snack, dance, yoga, drama and more. Yaldeinu is scheduled one Sunday each month through 2015 and 2016 from 9:30 am to 11 am. The sessions are set for December 6, January 10, February 7, March 6, April 3 and May 8. Come and discover Jewish learning that is meaningful, fun and engaging for the youngest members of the Jewish community! RSVP’s are requested. Beth Am Temple membership is not required. Please respond or send your questions to Beth Am Religious School Principal Barry Shainker at email@example.com. Beth Am Temple is located at 60 East Madison Ave in Pearl River, NY. Beth Am is a Reform temple, which embraces tradition and draw its congregation from throughout Rockland County and northern Bergen County, NJ. Visit www.bethamtemple.org for more information.
Beth Am Temple, located at 60 East Madison Avenue, in Pearl River, NY. hosts Bingo on Tuesday and Sunday evenings. The Bingo games are open to the public. For more information, contact the Beth Am Temple office at 845-735-5858.
The 30th Annual Science, Inventions & Technology Exhibition will be held this Spring. Registration begins on Dec 1, for Grades 5 – 12. There will be cash prizes, electronic prizes, and Rockland Boulders tickets. For more info visit www.sitfair.org.
The Bereavement Support Group at Rockland Jewish Family Service provides a safe space to grieve the passing of a spouse or partner, in an understanding and supportive community. Six weekly sessions, open to people of all faiths and led by a licensed, experienced bereavement therapist. Held at the Rockland Jewish Community Campus, 450 West Nyack Road in West Nyack. Sessions are insurance reimbursable. For more information call 845-354-2121 ext. 142 or visit www.rjfs.org.
The Mental Health Association of Rockland, 140 Route 303 in Valley Cottage, NY, invites you to join their Compeer Program which provides one on one volunteer supportive friendship and mentoring relationships to adults with behavioral health challenges. Change your life and someone else’s by volunteering 4 hours a month or just a friendly call weekly. To find out how to became a volunteer call 845-267-2172 ext 277, or go to www.mharockland.org or www.compeer.org.
The Mental Health Association of Rockland holds a monthly support group in Valley Cottage for individuals age 18 and older who have lost someone to suicide. The SOS (Survivors of Suicide) group will be professionally facilitated and will offer participants a welcoming place to discuss their loss and discover how they can re-engage with those parts of life that hold meaning for them. The SOS Group will meet on the first Wednesday of the month from 7PM until 8:15PM, 140 Rt 303 in Valley Cottage. For more information call 212-267-7172 ext 465.
Meals on Wheels Programs and Services of Rockland, Inc. (MOW) has opened it’s Mutts n’ Meows Pet Food Pantry. In addition to delivering healthy meals to homebound clients, MOW now, whenever possible, also delivers food for their pets. To help fund the many programs and services of MOW, please make your donation directly to Meals on Wheels Programs and Services of Rockland, Inc., 121 West Nyack Road, Nanuet, NY 10954.
Mahwah Public Library, 100 Ridge Rd. in Mahwah, N.J., has the following events:
The Mahwah Library Writer’s Collective meets every Tuesday from 6:30-8:30PM. The Writer’s Collective is now accepting new members. Call 201-529-2938.
Second Saturday of Each Month: “Classic Book and Film Society” facilitated by Carolyn Epstein and Rich Thieker
Forth Saturday of Each Month: “Knit One, Drop In” with Carolyn Epstein
Mondays at 7PM: Drop In Yoga with Joan Tarrent (10 week series beginning Jan 11)
Tuesdays at 7PM: “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” – Career Transition Support and Networking Group.
Tuesdays from 7:30 PM: Drop In Meditation – Join us for a short meditation session and feel renewed, refreshed and invigorated for the rest of the week. Drop in on as many sessions as you like. Registration required. Seats are available on a “first come” basis.
Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 11:30AM : Fun and Games- Dominoes
Sunday, Feb 14 at 2PM: An Aesthetic Realism “Cabaret: About Love & Everyone’s Hopes!”
Wednesday, Feb 17 at 7PM: “The 50 Best Paintings in NYC” w/ Suzanne Altman
Saturday, Feb 20 at 2PM: “Mozart-The Golden Years” A Multi-Media Program w/ Catherine Sprague, pianist and member of the Mozart Society of America.
Sunday, Feb 21 at 2PM: Celebrate the Music of the Movies! “3D Goes to the Movies”
Saturday, Feb 27 at 2PM: “Cruising – Making Waves and Sense” w/ Travel Writer David E. Kisco
Sunday, Feb 28 at 2PM: “Adelphi Chamber Ensemble – Music on a Sunday”
The Library is showing movies, just released on DVD, on Thursday mornings and afternoons.
These films are free. The Library will provide snacks. No tickets necessary. Seats are available on a “first come” basis. (Movies may change due to availability so call first.)
Feb 11 at 10:30AM and 2PM: The Martian Rated PG-13
Feb 18 at 10:30AM and 2PM: Grandma Rated R
Feb 25 at 10:30AM and 2PM: Everest Rated PG-13
These programs are free. No ticket or registration is needed (except for author receptions). Seats are on a “first come” basis. Doors will be closed when concerts begin. Latecomers at seated at the first possible convenience.
For information on all events call 201-529-READ
The Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library, 10 W. Ramapo Rd., Garnerville, presents the following Programs:
Cheryl Baker exhibits Photographs of England and Scotland during the month of January.
Attend the Lose to Win A New Year, A New You workshops, Thursdays, January 14 through March 10, 11 am. Each 60 90 minute session includes tips on nutrition, making healthy food choices, exercising correctly, and changing behavior. Learn how to lose weight safely and reach your goals. INPERSON REGISTRATION, $10 fee due then.
Csaba Vadasz exhibits Wildlife Photography during the month of February.
Attend the Lose to Win A New Year, A New You workshops, Thursdays, February 4, 11, 18, & 25, 11 am. Each 60 90 minute session includes tips on nutrition, making healthy food choices, exercising correctly, and changing behavior. Learn how to lose weight safely and reach your goals. INPERSON REGISTRATION, $10 fee due then.
The Policy Committee of the Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library Board of Trustees meets February 9, 7 pm. Open to the public.
The Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library Board of Trustees holds its monthly Board Meeting, February 9, 7:30 pm. Open to the public.
Sharyn Gropper teaches Intermediate Mah Jong, February 9, 16, & 23, 10:30 am. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Space is limited.
The Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library will show the movie Jerry Maguire on February 10 at 1:30 pm. Movie is part of the Library’s “20 Films That Turn 20” film series. 139 minutes.
Join the craze of Adult Coloring, February 16, 11 am. An assortment of intricate coloring pages, crayons, and colored pencils will be available for your use.
The Personnel Committee of the Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library Board of Trustees meets February 16, 7 pm. Open to the public.
The Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library will show the movie Emma on February 17 at 1:30 pm. The movie is part of the Library’s “20 Films That Turn 20” film series. 120 minutes.
Stephen Fuller and Friends perform blues, pop, Broadway, reggae and Bossa Nova classics, February 21, 2 pm. You’ll be singing, clapping, and tapping your feet!
Jeff Sherer will warm your heart with romantic music and videos from days past during A Romance on Memory Lane, February 22, 1 pm.
The Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library will show the movie Eve’s Bayou on February 24 at 1:30 pm. Movie is part of the Library’s 20 Films That Turn 20” film series. 109 minutes.
A representative from the Rockland County Office for the Aging presents Medicare 101, February 29, 7 pm. Still confused about Medicare? Will you be eligible soon? Get information to help you make the best decisions about your options. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
The New City Library, 220 N. Main Street in New City, presents the following Programs:
Fridays, 5-6:30PM : Teen Program – Gaming Competition
Sat, Feb 27 at 10:30 : Sensory Storytime – Miss Amy welcomes children to a program that considers the developmental needs of children on the autism spectrum. Enjoy stories, music, movement, and play in a safe and accepting environment.
Call 845-634-4997 or visit www.newcitylibrary.org for more information on all events.
The Finkelstein Memorial Library, 24 Chestnut St. in Spring Valley, has the following events:
Call to Artists: The Library’s Art Advisory Committee is seeking artists who would like to show their work at the library. Call 352-5700 X274 for submission deadlines and more info.
The Library is now offering GED classes to help people pass the GED in French or Spanish. For more information visit the Library, go to the Library website or call 532-5700 ext 265.
Call 352-5700 for more information on all events at The Finkelstein Memorial Library.
The Tappan Library, 93 Main Street in Tappan, has the following events:
Wednesdays from 7-8PM: “Share a Book with your Child”. An adult/child book discussion for ages 9 and up.
Pre-register online at http://www.taplib.org or call 359-3877 for more info on all events.
West Nyack Free Library, 65 Strawtown Rd. in W. Nyack, has the following events:
Monthly Scrapbooking Craft Sessions (ages 14 & up) will take place on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 7pm-8:45pm.
Origami (Japanese paper-folding)workshops will be held on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10:30am-12:30pm.
Open Knitting and Crochet sessions will take place (ages 14 & up) Wednesdays from 7pm-8:45pm and Thursdays from 2pm-4pm. Adults and teens over age 14 are welcome.
For more info, call 358-6081.
Grace Baptist Church, 20 Demarest Avenue in Nanuet, has opened a Food Pantry for anyone in need of non-perishable food items. The pantry is open from 11AM-4PM Tuesdays through Fridays. If you know of anyone who could use some food items please give them the church information. For additional information call 623-3897.
Come visit the Hudson Valley Humane Society Thrift Shop, 200 Quaker Road in Pomona. Open Monday and Thursday from 2-6PM, Saturday and Sunday from 10AM-4PM. You’re sure to find something you need. Donations are accepted during store business hours. Proceeds from sales are dedicated to the care and maintenance of the animals at the HVHS, a no-kill, full service animal welfare organization. Visit www.hvhumane.com for more info.
Come in and browse the Thrift Shop at the Thiells United Methodist Church, 102 Rosman Road in Thiells. Open Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10AM-2PM. You’ll find something for everyone! Donations are gratefully accepted during store business hours. Call 942-1481 or 354-9133 for more info.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Thrift Shop, located in the Rockland Community College Bldg., 185 N. Main Street in Spring Valley, is open on Monday and Thursday from 9:30AM until 2PM. RSVP mobilizes volunteers 55+ and assigns them to assist non-profit organizations. The Thrift Shop, a fundraiser project for RSVP, offers a variety of merchandise including household items, toys, clothing and more. For additional information call 356-6818.
The Rockland Community College Senior Citizens Club, located at the Tech Center Ellipse on the Rockland Community College Campus, will hold the following events:
Friday, February 12, Richard Hepper will give a power point presentation about Lincoln’s Funeral Train across America.
Friday, February 26, Bill Batson will present his Nyack Sketch Log about Black History.
Biweekly meetings take place on the second and forth Friday of each month at 12 Noon. Meetings are free and open to people of any age.
*Please note change of venue. The Tech Center Ellipse is located at the Rockland Community College campus. Designated parking will be indicated in the staff lot in front of Academic I.
The Seniors Book Club meets every Monday from 1pm-3pm.
For more info, call 356-3482.
The New Hope Christian Church, 57 Main Street in Monsey, holds a monthly Saturday Men’s Breakfast. For all Christian men who want to experience deeper Christian brotherhood, fellowship, and discipline to Christ are invited to join in discussion over a free breakfast. Men who are seekers of truth, whether they are Christian or not, will be warmly welcomed. The breakfast will be held on the third Saturday of every month.
Suffern’s Fromm-Maxwell-DeBaun American Legion Post #859 will hold monthly meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 8pm at the Post Headquarters, located at the top of Pavillion Rd, just off of Rt. 202, in Suffern. Eliglible area Veterans who are not Legion members are invited to “look us over.” Refreshments served after the meeting. Next Monthly Meeting:
Also, they will hold monthly Fund Raising Breakfasts on the 2nd Sunday of each month from 8am-12pm. Proceeds will go towards the Post’s Scholarship and School Awards Program. Admission is $8 for adults, $7 for seniors, $6 for children ages 2-12, children under age 2 get in free. Next Monthly Breakfast:
For more info on all Post events call 357-6707.
The New City office of the Alzheimer’s Association sponsors Family Support Groups:
The first group meets on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month from 6:30pm-8pm at Sunrise Senior Living, 233 N. Main St. in New City. For more info, call 639-6776.
The second group meets at the Pearl River United Methodist Church at the Corner of Franklin & John Streets in Pearl River on the last Tuesday of each month from 7:30pm-9pm. For more info, call 735-5368 or 639-6776.
The third group meets every Wednesday afternoon from 1-3pm at Meals on Wheels, 121 W Nyack Rd in Nanuet. Registration is required. For more info, call 639-6776.
The fourth group, which is the Association’s Spanish group, meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month from 7pm-9pm at the Community Action of Partnership of Rockland (CAPROC) offices, 37 Clove St in Haverstraw. For more info, call 639-6776.
The Espalanade Assisted Living, 640 Oak Tree Rd. in Palisades, will hold a Support Group on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month at 4pm. For more info, call Kerry Mills at 365-6500.
Information is now available for the Early Stage Patient support group by calling 639-6776.
HANDS (Healing And Nurturing Distraught Survivors), 9 Scott Dr. in New City, sponsors a free bereavement support group for parents who lost a child. It meets on the 1st Wednesday and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8pm. There are also 10 week group sessions available for the newly bereaved. Also, a Grieving Fathers Group is now established for fathers who lost their sons. Call 634-6706 for further information. Finally, a Widows and Widowers Group has also been established, with meetings taking place every Monday night. For more info, call Ann Carucci at 634-6706.
If your non-profit group or organization would like to have your announcements included in WRCR’s “Rockland Community Notebook”, send the information at least 2 weeks in advance – on your letterhead – to:
5 Provident Bank Park Drive
Pomona, NY 10970
Information on your letterhead may also be faxed to: (845) 362-5073 .
You can also send E-mails to: firstname.lastname@example.org , and please type Community Notebook in the header.
COMMUNITY NOTEBOOK airs seven days a week, on WRCR AM1300, Radio Rockland.