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Scarsdale High School’s field hockey team sold T-shirts, baked goods and raffle tickets, Saturday, Oct. 24, in Chase Park and raised almost $2,000 for breast cancer research.

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Looking for ways to pass the time and stay active during the pandemic, Michael Levy decided to provide basketball training to local Scarsdale kids. However, he soon felt a pressing need to do more for the community. Having witnessed the Scarsdale Volunteer Ambulance Corps’ dedication to prot…

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Westchester saw its first case of the novel coronavirus in early March. A few weeks later, on March 23, Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered hospitals across the state to increase their ability to care for 50% more patients. By then, White Plains Hospital (WPH) was already preparing for the surge.

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With March Madness and the Olympics canceled this year, sports entrepreneur Brandon Steiner will fill some of the void by auctioning sports experiences and items to support the WHO COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. The CollectibleXchange COVID-19 Charity Auction kicked off Monday, March 30 …

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Bunches of yellow, black and bee-shaped balloons adorned the entryway of Scarsdale High School on the evening of Jan. 31and the lobby was a hive of activity as scores of people swarmed around. They were there for our town’s buzziest occasion: The Friends of the Scarsdale Library Spelling Bee…

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New York Mets announcer Steve Gelbs served as guest speaker at UJA-Federation of New York’s second annual Guys’ Night Out Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Westchester Table Tennis Center in Pleasantville. Nearly 100 Westchester men attended for a night of connecting, playing pingpong, chatting basebal…

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Raphie Cai of Scarsdale plays “Andante in C” by Mozart on flute at Performathon 2019, a musical community event celebrating the Music Conservatory of Westchester’s 90th anniversary and fundraiser supporting the nonprofit music school’s Scholarship Program and Legacy Project — building new di…

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The Friends of White Plains Hospital hosted the “Best is Yet to Come” bash on Nov. 16 to benefit White Plains Hospital. The sold-out evening at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase raised $1.4 million for the hospital’s new Center for Advanced Medicine & Surgery. More than 600 guests gathe…

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Gilda’s Club Westchester held a health, wellness and mindfulness event Nov. 17 at House of Sports in Ardsley. Gilda’s FitFest classes included yoga, spinning, meditation, barre and boot camp and more than 200 people attended, with some coverage by News12 Westchester. The event raised money f…

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UJA-Federation of New York’s 2020 annual campaign was held Oct. 17 at a private home in Larchmont, hosting nearly 100 philanthropic donors from Westchester. Guests heard from New York Times op-ed editor and author Bari Weiss in conversation with Larchmont resident Jeffrey Solomon. Both are P…

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The Rotary Club of Scarsdale partnered with the American Cancer Society to support the 2019 Making Strides of Westchester Walk at Manhattanville College on Oct. 20. Nearly $1 million was raised for breast cancer research. Pictured from left, Daniel Gerardi, Joe Muller, Herta Muller, Garrett …

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The Scarsdale-based WeRun team participated in the Westchester Healing Half and 10K charity runs for Westchester Medical Center Sunday, Oct. 6 on the Bronx River Parkway. There were a total of 28 runners, the largest team in the race. The team took the overall first place (Shangyuan Luo); ov…

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Scarsdale resident Barry Meiselman has been named chairman of the Planning Committee for the Westchester Walk to End Alzheimer’s to be held Sunday, Sept. 29, at SUNY Purchase.

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White Plains Hospital and the Mariano Rivera Foundation were the beneficiaries of a star-studded golf tourney at Winged Foot Golf Course on June 24. More than 250 people including sports figures, broadcasters and celebrities came out for the event, which raised more than $800,000. The procee…

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Performing with only a guitar on the patio in her backyard, Abby Schulman, a rising senior at Edgemont High School, had no problem raising roughly $2,000 from an audience of only 40 people. The concert staged on the evening of June 27 at her Edgemont home was part of a “Songs for a Cause” se…