Welcome to Information & Notes, the place we watch what's happening in Westchester County … Posted by MARK JEFFERS – Yonkers Tribune.


Mark Jeffers, chairman of Manhattan Business Sport Business Management, is based in Bedford Hills.

WEST CHESTER COUNTY, NY – April 5, 2021 – April is a big birthday month for the Jeffers family, my wife, daughter, sister and many dear friends "Birthday Bash" edition of "News & Notes".

If you've ever seen me play golf, you know that trees and water often attract my strokes. I really wish I could have grown up this place. Skyhawk Sports Academy is hosting the Beginning Golf at Katonah Memorial Park on April 20-27. Participants will learn the basics of swinging, putting, body positioning, etiquette, and scoring. The program was specially developed for beginners and simplifies lessons so that young players can easily and effectively switch to the golf course.

Did you know that April 3rd was our children's national love day? I am very happy to have three wonderful daughters and look forward to celebrating this day and every day with them.

My wife has often told me that I have two left feet when I dance, so I'm happy to be promoting the Pre-School Dance and Movement Program with teacher Lauren Muccino. Classes start with warm up exercises and then you will play to the beat of the music. Clothing is comfortable clothing that can stretch (not jeans) and sneakers. The program is for children aged 3 to 5 on April 12, 19 and 26 from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. at Bedford Hills Memorial Park or at Bedford Hills Railway Station in bad weather.

That conversation sounded interesting on Saturday April 3rd

5:30 pm to 6:30 pm Join Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation, a leading nonprofit that provides scholarships. He is honored by the Katonah Museum of Art. He and Michael Gitlitz, Executive Director of the Katonah Museum of Art, will speak to the Ford Foundation about Walker's depth of experience in the nonprofit world and his transformative work to address structural, societal changes during this time of social and political turmoil and despite the added challenges of the pandemic. There is also an opportunity to ask questions from the audience.

The good people from the Bedford Recreation Department are offering a babysitting skills course on April 28th and 29th from 5pm to 9pm with instructor Nicole Caviola. at Bedford Hills train station. Students learn the skills required to babysit children of all ages. Classes include performer's responsibility, emergency handling, basic first aid, feeding, diapering, bedtime, and playing. All students receive a certificate of completion. This program is also suitable for children who may not be ready to babysit but are willing to be left at home alone.

I want to end this column one more time and wish all the happy staff on the job, health care workers, first responders, truck drivers, grocery staff and everyone else on the front lines a happy and hopeful spring and a big thank you Thank you for your commitment, your service and for being there for all of us!

This old joke always puts a smile on my face: "If April showers bring May flowers, what do Mayflowers bring … pilgrims?" See you next time!


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