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  1. VILLAGE: 2-4 Weaver St. advances to BAR

  2. VILLAGE: Public works dept busy this summer

  3. VILLAGE: BAR approves plan for mostly new house at 8 Heathcote

  4. EDGEMONT: Israel heats up: A summer journey

  5. A&E: Technology is focus for filmmaker Patrick Schecter

  6. SPORTS: Scarsdale swim team rebounds

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Camp Patthunke strums,
drums, sings & dances

By TODD SLISS


Scarsdale Inquirer/Jim MacLean

The musicians of Camp Patthunke

 

Scarsdale Day Camp means playing sports and games, doing arts and crafts, going swimming. But wait, now there’s more!

At Camp Patthunke, which serves over 200 third- through eighth-grade campers each week, the Scarsdale Recreation Department goes against the grain with its offerings each summer. Ever since Vicky Laoutaris took over running the camps for the recreation department, she has asked, “What else can we do?”

Under then-superintendent Suzanne Busby, Laoutaris brought new life to the program with electives, such as partnering with Boulder Brook Equestrian Center for horseback riding, in addition to other popular programs.
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EDITORIAL

Inclusive process

Someone will always be shocked when a development or bond issue is formally proposed, no matter how many times it’s been discussed in public meetings and how many stories about it have appeared in the Inquirer. So we won’t be surprised if critics, heretofore silent, come out of the woodwork when, as expected, the Scarsdale Board of Education approves an $18 million bond issue in September.

The school board and administration will patiently bring the Johnny-come-latelies up to speed on the projects and there’s still time for explanations, discussions and refinements before the vote takes place in late fall. But it’s unlikely that any new issues will be raised. The proposed improvements to four schools are the culmination of yearlong studies by committees of parents, teachers and administrators in each school, reviewed by a districtwide facilities committee, and then discussed in detail in public meetings with the district architect, superintendent for business and the school board. School board members have even visited other schools to learn more about how new program spaces are working.
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Good Food

Hilary Corsun offers fresh produce from the Good Food Farmers Network at Hitchcock Presbyterian Church.

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