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  1. VILLAGE: Robber makes off with cash from Scarsdale bank

  2. Scarsdale Community Center as stalled as ever; president resigns

  3. A/E: Westchester Band outdoors: A summer night’s delight

  4. Edgemont: Growth factors: a family and a community

  5. Sports: Trio of wins boosts Greenburgh

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Songs for Seeds

Songs for Seeds music program for children will debut in Scarsdale with a concert in Chase Park on Saturday, Aug. 1, between 11 a.m. and noon. Classes begin in Scarsdale in September.

March 27, 2015

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Down the drain?

Summer just wouldn’t be summer without the Scarsdale Pool.

For three generations now, Scarsdale families have enjoyed spending the long, hot summer days poolside, swimming, relaxing and eating at the snack bar. Whether you go with your children and stay all day, or come for a refreshing dip after work, the pool is a community gathering place to get exercise, some vitamin D and catch up with your neighbors. Friendships form and relationships deepen as neighbors watch their children splash and grow together.

It took a lot to get the municipal pool built years ago, but aren’t we glad it came to fruition? We can’t imagine Scarsdale without it.

It’s a shame the same can’t be said for the Scarsdale Community Center.

Well over a decade ago, the idea for the Scarsdale Community Center began to take hold and gain momentum. The SCC was an extension of the idea for a community gathering place, where people who enjoy swimming could do so all year round, as well as take aquatics classes and exercise in a fitness center, and use additional community areas for meetings, parties and other programs.

Scarsdale High School, without a home pool for its swim team, could hold practice there as well, instead of having to go to Westchester Community College or elsewhere.

After several site considerations, property adjacent to the Scarsdale Pool complex was chosen for the facility. Read more >

March 13, 2015

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SPOTLIGHT

SHS alum, beloved anthropologist
dies in car accident

By VALERIE ABRAHAMS

Nancy Sullivan, a 1975 Scarsdale High School graduate and highly regarded cultural anthropologist based in Papua New Guinea, died when the 2016 Kia Sportage she was driving northbound on the Taconic State Parkway left the road and hit an embankment around 9:30 p.m. on July 16, according to New York State police. Sullivan was declared dead at the scene by the Dutchess County medical examiner. She was 57.

Three of her grandchildren, ages 5, 8 and 10, of Papua New Guinea, were in the vehicle at the time of the accident. They were airlifted to Westchester Medical Center, where two remain in critical condition and one is stable as he recovers from injuries sustained in the crash.

A fifth person in the vehicle, the children’s nanny, Skudy Bangan, 43, also of Papua New Guinea, was taken to MidHudson Regional Hospital in Poughkeepsie where she is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The cause of the crash had not been determined as of press time.

A resident of Papua New Guinea for the past 24 years, Sullivan grew up in Scarsdale, graduated from Princeton and earned a doctorate in anthropology from New York University. According to her extensive CV, she was a fellow of both the Guggenheim and National Science Foundations and a Fulbright grant recipient. Read more >

 

JULY 3, 2015

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