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Pre-Covid memories of Halloween in Chappaqua-- but parents can still pull out wee one costumes... as New Castle hopes to...
10/08/2020
Halloween in Chappaqua, Then and Now... with Covid Safety Measures Planned

Pre-Covid memories of Halloween in Chappaqua-- but parents can still pull out wee one costumes... as New Castle hopes to retain the flavor of this family favorite with SAFE downtown fun this year too, according to Tara Mikolay, who spearheaded that effort.

Westchester County in the meantime is asking local businesses to take a pledge to assure safety too. Read on.

By Megan Klein

Our author reminisces.  And despite the pandemic this year, you can STILL Get your kids costume ready to trick or treat with their favorite merchants. Oh, Halloween. What a concept. It’s the one day out of the year where it is acceptable to knock on a stranger’s door and willingly accept whatev...

A Fresh Take on Learning in a Time of COVID
10/06/2020
A Fresh Take on Learning in a Time of COVID

A Fresh Take on Learning in a Time of COVID

Robert E. Bell's outdoor courtyard classroom, funded by a grant by the Chappaqua School Foundation, resulted from a student-generated grant and is providing teachers with enhanced, flexible learning environments.

Learn about New Castle ReStart--an initiative by the Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce to raise donations to help p...
10/05/2020
Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce Launches ReStart Grant Program for Small Businesses in New Castle

Learn about New Castle ReStart--an initiative by the Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce to raise donations to help provide relief funds to Covid-19 impacted New Castle businesses. Please read on for guideline eligibility and note the October 10th deadline for applying too.

First Round Application Deadline Saturday, October 10th at Midnight Chappaqua, NY, October 5, 2020 — New Castle ReStart, (www.newcastlrestart.com) a grant initiative facilitated by the Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce, has been launched to provide need-based relief for New Castle’s small b...

Congresswoman Nita Lowey to Be Honored at HHREC Virtual Annual Benefit: October 29
10/05/2020
Congresswoman Nita Lowey to Be Honored at HHREC Virtual Annual Benefit: October 29

Congresswoman Nita Lowey to Be Honored at HHREC Virtual Annual Benefit: October 29

Guest Speaker Derek Black, Godson of David Duke, to Discuss his Journey Away from a White Nationalist Movement Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center Virtual Annual Benefit:  Moving Generations Forward- Honoring Human Rights Leaders Past, Present, and Future Thursday, October 29, 7 p.m., from th...

Reminder of the upcoming HHREC virtual gala on October 29 honoring Congresswoman Nita Lowey, and also featuring a speake...
09/26/2020
Congresswoman Nita Lowey to Be Honored at HHREC Virtual Annual Benefit: October 29

Reminder of the upcoming HHREC virtual gala on October 29 honoring Congresswoman Nita Lowey, and also featuring a speaker who will share the story of his journey away from hate! This is a key annual fundraiser from the Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center. Visit hhrecyny.org to learn more about HHREC's vital mission.

Guest Speaker Derek Black, Godson of David Duke, to Discuss his Journey Away from a White Nationalist Movement Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center Virtual Annual Benefit:  Moving Generations Forward- Honoring Human Rights Leaders Past, Present, and Future Thursday, October 29, 7 p.m., from th...

09/25/2020

We will be publishing two final 2020 editions mid Nov.! We look forward to sharing many warm and inviting stories revolving around a ‘Home for the Holidays’ theme. Write to [email protected] to inquire about advertising.

Sanctuary for Families
09/22/2020

Sanctuary for Families

TODAY 9/22 AT 6 PM » https://bit.ly/3karNv4

Join Sanctuary for Families, the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU, and fellow advocates to learn more about domestic violence; the dynamics of intimate partner violence; navigating the shelter and court systems; and vital resources and best practices for supporting survivors, especially during the #COVID19 health crisis.

09/18/2020

L’shana Tovah.

Program's 'four pronged' approach aims to prevent tenants from facing evictions and homelessness especially as the winte...
09/17/2020
New 'Community Build Back' Program Aims "to Enable Families to Stay in their Homes"

Program's 'four pronged' approach aims to prevent tenants from facing evictions and homelessness especially as the winter months approach.

Program will Assist Westchester Residents Facing Homelessness Due To The Covid-19 Pandemic In an effort to stabilize communities and families in the County impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Westchester County Executive George Latimer is announcing the Community Build Back Program.  The four pronge...

Westchester County announces new support for local businesses, non profits made possible via a new $10M funding initiati...
09/16/2020
Westchester County Announces Grant Initiative of $10 Million in Funding to Local Businesses, Nonprofits

Westchester County announces new support for local businesses, non profits made possible via a new $10M funding initiative!

Westchester County Executive George Latimer today announced a $10 million funding initiative to support small businesses and nonprofits facing challenges due to COVID-19. Westchester County Business FIRST: Financial Investments for Recovery and a Sustainable Tomorrow is a new grant program designed....

Sobering but hopeful update from New Castle Town Supervisor Ivy Pool regarding a small spike of cases in New Castle in r...
09/16/2020

Sobering but hopeful update from New Castle Town Supervisor Ivy Pool regarding a small spike of cases in New Castle in recent weeks, from 2 to 22. Reminder that we all need to stay vigilant, and answer and cooperate with calls from any contact tracer. Kudos to the Oak Lane Child Care Center in Chappaqua for its transparency reporting a cluster of cases.

This is a long post but I ask you to please read through to the end.

As of this afternoon there are now 22 active cases in the Town of New Castle. Active cases are those that have been identified in the past two weeks. On Friday, we had 9 active cases, yesterday we had 19 active cases, and today we are up to 22. I reached out to Westchester County to learn more information about these active cases. Here is what I learned:

College Students
According to Westchester County, at least 2 active cases are attributed to college students who are currently quarantining out-of-state. These students show up in our numbers because they have health insurance linked to a local address. There may be more college students included in the number of cases in our municipality, but this could not be confirmed by the County at this time.

As an example, I received the following message last night from a resident:
“My child, a college student, has been back on campus out-of-state since mid-August. My child had a negative test prior to leaving for school, and another negative test upon arrival on campus. My child tested positive on 9/6, along with many others on campus. My child got a call on Saturday from a tracer in NY, and informed the Contact Tracer of my child’s whereabouts. I would guess that there are other out of state students who are being counted in the Chappaqua numbers.”

Oak Lane Child Care
Another explanation for the increase in the number of COVID cases in New Castle is due to a small cluster at Oak Lane Child Care Center. The following is a statement from Ronnie Weinberger, M.S.Ed. Executive Director of Oak Lane:

“Earlier this month, we learned that an individual at Oak Lane Child Care Center had tested positive for COVID-19. Upon learning of the individual's positive test, we immediately notified our families and staff, closed the Center, and notified and began working with the Westchester County Department of Health in an effort to contain possible spread.

“As a result of our communications with the County, the Department of Health quickly implemented its contact-tracing process and provided quarantine guidance as necessary to our students and staff. We implored all staff and students to be tested, and have been in daily communication with our families to keep them apprised of developments. Since we closed, we have learned of five teachers and five students testing positive. The Department of Health is aware of these additional positive tests and has provided updated quarantine guidance as appropriate. All of our impacted staff members and students are doing well and recovering at home.

“Nothing is more important to us at Oak Lane than the health and safety of our families, our staff, and our community. In an effort to protect everybody's wellbeing, our Center will remain closed for another week, with current plans to reopen on Wednesday, September 23. Our building has undergone a comprehensive deep-clean, and we are requiring staff and students to provide either a negative COVID test or a copy of a Release from Isolation Notice (for those that previously tested positive) before they return to the Center. We also will continue to require strict adherence to our policies and procedures developed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are working tirelessly to protect our families, staff, and community members and provide guidance at every turn, and look forward to a safe and healthy re-opening next week.”

Chappaqua Central School District – NO Cases!
As of this moment, the Chappaqua Central School District has 0 reported cases for current k-12 students and staff since opening. I received this confirmation directly from Superintendent Christine Ackerman.

Please note, CCSD provides daily reporting to the NYSDOH: https://schoolcovidreportcard.health.ny.gov/#/home
If CCSD were to have a positive case, the Superintendent would send a letter to the impacted school and also post it on our COVID site under school wide notification: https://www.ccsd.ws/district/departments/public-information/covid-19-opening-2020

Other sources…The Virus is (Still) In the Community!
Not all of these active cases are out-of-state college students or Oak Lane teachers and students. In fact, the majority of the cases are just members of our community – people like you and me who contracted the virus in any number of ways from any number of different sources. With that in mind it is important to remember:
Wear Your Masks! It’s the law.
Maintain social distancing
No big parties! Keep all gatherings to 50 (masked) people.
Quarantine when returning home from travel, or as required
Answer your phones! When Contact Tracers call give them accurate, honest, and timely information.

Stop Playing the Blame Game
In order to stop community spread we need to behave like a community. Instead of pointing fingers at one another we need to come together and recognize that it is our individual and collective responsibility to follow the rules. I’ve read posts and received emails and text messages that blame everyone from parents, to middle school kids, to restaurant owners, to baseball coaches, to college students, to school administrators, to police officers, to our neighbors. Enough! We need to stop shifting the blame and start taking responsibility. Why is this critically important? Because when we shame one another, we make people less likely to provide NYS contact tracers with accurate, honest, and timely information that is essential to stopping community spread and keeping our schools and businesses open.

This virus spreads like wildfire and until a vaccine is found we are only able to contain, not eliminate the virus in our community. There is no shame in contracting COVID! We thank those who come forward and share information with us that can help contain the spread – they demonstrate a deep love for their neighbors and our community. Today, in particular we thank Oak Lane Child Care Center for being a good neighbor and friend to New Castle.

County release: “Westchester County has learned of its first human case of West Nile Virus this year, which was confirme...
09/16/2020
West Nile Virus

County release: “Westchester County has learned of its first human case of West Nile Virus this year, which was confirmed in a 76-year-old Yonkers resident with significant underlying medical conditions who died on August 22.

Westchester County Health Commissioner Sherlita Amler, MD, said: “We are saddened to learn that the first resident to be diagnosed with West Nile Virus this year has died. The overwhelming majority of people who get the virus do recover, and we generally have only a few cases each year. This should remind all of us to take precautions against mosquito bites by removing standing water from our property after it rains, and use repellents when we spend time outdoors, especially from dusk to dawn, when mosquitoes are most active.”

The Westchester County Department of Health removed standing water from many containers around the resident’s home that held mosquito larvae; evaluated nearby catch basins in the area and treated those with larvicide as needed.

West Nile Virus infection most often causes a mild or moderate flu-like illness, with fever, headache, body aches and joint pain. It can be more serious particularly for people 60 and older, and those with other health complications. Last year, one resident was diagnosed with West Nile Virus. In 2018, four people had the virus, and in 2017, three Westchester County residents had the virus.

Throughout the season, the Westchester County Health Department traps and tests mosquitoes to track the presence of mosquito-borne viruses. For more ideas on how to reduce the mosquito population near your home, go to https://health.westchestergov.com/west-nile-virus and follow these tips:

Avoid the outdoors in the late afternoon and early evening when mosquitoes are active and feeding, or use insect repellents then and follow the label instructions.
Adults can use insect repellents with up to 30 percent DEET on infants over two months of age by applying the product to their own hands and then rubbing it onto their children, avoiding their hands, eyes and mouth. Products containing DEET are not recommended for use on children under two months of age.
Wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and socks when outdoors, especially in areas where mosquitoes are active and feeding.
Check around your property for anything that can hold water, and pour it out or put it away.
Check and remove standing water from children’s toys and play houses left outside.
Check window screens and replace any that are torn.
Drill holes in the bottoms of all recycling containers that are left outdoors.
Turn over plastic wading pools, buckets and wheelbarrows when not in use.
Change the water in birdbaths at least twice weekly.
Keep storm drains and gutters clear of leaves and debris.
Continue to chlorinate swimming pools, outdoor spas and hot tubs until properly winterized or drained for the season. Also, if not chlorinated, drain any water that collects on their covers.

Residents who notice large areas of standing water on public property should report them to the Westchester County Department of Health at (914) 813-5000.”

The Mid-Hudson Valley has been approved to enter Phase Four of reopening. New Yorkers are still required to wear face masks and practice social distancing of six feet in public.

Family Britches Serves Up Tennis Historian's New Book About Pete Sampras
09/16/2020
Family Britches Serves Up Tennis Historian's New Book About Pete Sampras

Family Britches Serves Up Tennis Historian's New Book About Pete Sampras

Family Britches is hosting a book signing by tennis journalist and International Tennis Hall of Fame member Steve Flink on the legendary Pete Sampras on September 19, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its Chappaqua store on 70 King Street. The author, a resident of Katonah, will be on hand at Family Britche...

09/14/2020
Donor Portal - New York Blood Center

Donor Portal - New York Blood Center

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County's 9/11 Ceremony to Take Place 3 p.m. at Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla--and Livestreamed
09/11/2020
County's 9/11 Ceremony to Take Place 3 p.m. at Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla--and Livestreamed

County's 9/11 Ceremony to Take Place 3 p.m. at Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla--and Livestreamed

News Release from the office of the Westchester County Executive: “In a solemn ceremony like never before at Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla, Westchester County will pay tribute to those lost during tragic events of September 11, 2001 and heroes who gave their life helping us all move forward in its...

09/04/2020

News release: “The Westchester County Department of Health has been notified that a second priest has tested positive for COVID-19 at Holy Innocents Catholic Church, located at 431 Bedford Road in Pleasantville. To date, two priests and one church staffer have tested positive.

Anyone who attended the following services must quarantine, as required by the New York State Department of Health, for 14 days (regardless of a negative COVID-19 test) from that last visit to the Church during these days:

• August 24 – Morning Mass
• August 26 – Morning Mass
• August 29 – First Communion Ceremonies
• August 30 – ALL MASSES

Contacts of contacts, meaning secondary exposed people, are currently not at risk and do not have to quarantine.

The County is currently working closely with the Church, the Archdiocese of New York, the Pleasantville School District and the Village and will continue to update the public as information becomes available.

The New York State Department of Health has set up a hotline at (888) 364-3065 where Department of Health experts will be available to answer questions regarding COVID-19.
COVID-19 Hotline numbers for the public:
People under self-quarantine and medical providers seeking information: (866) 588-0195
People inquiring about testing: (888) 364-3065
General Information: call 211”

The 2020 Armonk Art Show goes ONLINE! Tour artist studios, learn about their techniques, inspiration and current work. S...
09/04/2020

The 2020 Armonk Art Show goes ONLINE! Tour artist studios, learn about their techniques, inspiration and current work. Schedule details coming soon…meanwhile explore all 160 juried artists through a virtual marketplace.
https://armonkoutdoorartshow.org/artists-by-category/

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Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce “Coronavirus 2020” Listing of Merchant & Professional Service Updates and Offers The Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce will be maintaining and continuously updating this list of new offers and services created for you by your local merchants and businesses to help move our community forward; to make our lives here at this time just a little bit easier and less complicated and to bring us all together in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. This is a uniquely uncertain time for all of us; one where we can find comfort, assurance and security in knowing that we are all in this as one community and able to come closer (albeit six feet apart!) to your friends, family and neighbors. Every little bit of help and every act of kindness and compassion can make a difference for each of us individually to look ahead and see light and to find some sense of normalcy in this new and chaotic world. Here are the ways your local merchants and businesses are here to help you. You can also find this list on our website, www.chappaquamillwood.org. It will be regularly updated and distributed by email as well. If you would like to add your business or service to this list, please contact [email protected]. Breathe is online at Zoom. We are offering, meditation, yoga, Pilates -- classes are from 15 min to an hour. Email [email protected], or call me for more information 914-815-6678. Sign up is also available on our website or on mindbody.com. Chappaqua Cleaners & Tailors has always offered FREE pickup and delivery. We are available to help the community with this service. We are also offering curbside pickup and delivery. Currently, our store is open. We are regularly sanitizing our counters, doorknobs and any other area that can come in contact with customers. Chappaqua Village Market I would like to thank all of my customers for shopping local. 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Door handles, counters and all other surface areas, where customers have physical contact, are wiped on a continual basis with sanitizing wipes. Chase Bank has temporarily changed hours to: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 4:00pm Saturday 9:30 am – 2:00 pm (no change) Sundays – Closed ( no change) Desires by Mikolay is OPEN for business. You can shop in store or by phone 914.238.2223 or online at desiresbymikolay.com. We are offering free local delivery, as well as curb-side pickup for your jewelry repairs and gifts. Our fabulous staff is our #1 priority and together we will make it through this storm. Every precaution is being taken for a clean and sterile environment. We will continue to be here for the community and appreciate everyone’s support! 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We are also shipping anything someone needs via mail Call 914-238 0872 for delivery; Bagshop.com Scattered Books is open 10-3 and by private shopping appointment, 3-8pm. Free delivery of books, gifts and Easter baskets. Store fully sanitized multiple times per day with anti-virus anti-bacterial cleaners and shoppers are provided with hand sanitizer upon entry and exit. Shop at Dori’s is closed but will deliver items if orders are over $100. We will be sending out emails with our pictures and prices and follow us on Instagram for pictures as well. @shopatdori. Squires is open in Chappaqua and Katonah for now. We are happy to assist in any way. The stores are thoroughly cleaned multiple times per day. Hand sanitizers at the cash register area. We have been taking phone orders and bringing orders out to customer’s cars. We are happy to offer free shipping and FaceTime consulting. Alternatively, we can always discuss any of your needs over the phone. Susan Lawrence is taking extraordinary steps to keep our employees and customers safe. We have a detailed program involving the sanitizing of all surfaces, staff wearing gloves and a very regimented hand washing and sanitizing program. Because of how our store is set up - it is easy to keep to safe social distances. In addition, we will be announcing a “Bagged & Ready to Go” program. Just visit our daily menus on-line. Call the store to find out about additional offerings. Place an order by credit card. When you arrive to pick up, someone will bring your pre-packed order right out to your car. Eat well, be safe! www.susanlawrence.com Wags & Whiskers is open and providing curb-side pick-up and delivery of pets and supplies, as well as accepting payment via Venmo or phoned-in credit cards. We are also providing an antibacterial shampoo on any dogs if the owner requests it. We will continue to wipe down all possible common areas in the store in between each client entering or leaving the store. (doorknobs, credit card machine, pens, desk, etc.)