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Sep 07, 2016
Susan Ciamarra and Frank DiMarco
Tuckahoe Beautification - A New Project
Sep 14, 2016
Peter Williams and Brian Warshay
John Bahr and College Admissions etc.
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Welcome to Eastchester Rotary Club

Welcome to Rotary Club of Eastchester

Serving the Community since 1963

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
CIAO Restaurant
5-7 John Albanese Place
Eastchester, NY  10709
United States
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The Eastchester
Historical Society presents

An Evening with
John Adams

John Adams portrayed by Peyton Dixon.

The Spirit of The Covenant Award honorees
are Alan & Maria Benedict.
Friday, September 16, 2016
at the Marble Schoolhouse
Cocktails: 6:30 PM
Dinner: 7:30 PM
$100 per person

Includes cocktails, full course dinner,
wine, beer or soda and show

Seating is limited!
Please RSVP by September 5

I plan on attending and enclosed is my check for $______ Number attending______
I cannot attend but would like to make a donation. Enclosed is my check for $______

Please send checks to:
Eastchester Historical Society
c/o Sheila Marcotte
56 Winter Hll Rd
Tuckahoe, NY 10707

Questions? Email us at:

Carpooling strongly suggested.
Please arrive a few minutes early so cars can be backed
into parking lot adjacent to the Schoolhouse.


The Eastchester Community ActionPartnership (ECAP)Advisory Council presents
A Mardi Gras Jazz & Gospel Fest

Saturday, September 17, 2016 • 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Bronxville Women’s Club
135 Midland Avenue, Bronxville, NY

Join us for a festive “N’Awlins” style evening of
Mardi Gras Jazz and Gospel music, featuring
live entertainment from notable local talent
from our surrounding communities.

Finger foods, desserts, champagne, wine and soft drinks.
Funds raised will help purchase a much-needed van for ECAP to use for transporting our
children and seniors to area programs and to pick up food and clothing donations. Get on
board with ECAP!

For reservations contact Reservations Coordinators Sarah Mangum or Judith Irizarry
ECAP, 142 Main Street, Tuckahoe • 914-337-7768

Seating & Prices
» Gold (Premier) Level: $125 per Person. Includes champagne, hors d’oeuvres and dessert
with wait service in an intimate up-front setting. Tables for 2 or 4 guests available.
» Green (Preferred) Level: $75 per Person. Includes family style service of hors d’oeuvres,
beverages and dessert. Tables for 8 or 10 available.
» Purple (General) Level: $35 per Person. Theater row seating. Enjoy buffet style hors
d’oeuvres, beverages and dessert at intermission.

Gold and Green seating is limited and must be reserved in advance. It is
recommended that tickets for Purple seating also be reserved in advance
as there will only be a limited number of these tickets available at the door.

Sunday, September 18, at The Reformed Church of Bronxville
in the Edwards Room
2:00 - 3:30 PM
What is the Role of Faith in the Public Forum this Election Year?
Discussion Leaders: Nancy Gibbs, Managing Editor Time Magazine
and David Westin, Bloomberg <GO>, former President of ABC News

Second Annual Eastchester Cup
Golf Outing
Lake Isle Country Club
Monday October 3, 2016
Once again the Eastchester Italian-American Citizen Club and
the Eastchester Irish-American Social Club to battle on the golf course for 
All proceeds and donations have resulted in awarding twenty-three students from our 
community with a scholarship to attend college.
Due to overwhelming response we will have a limit for the first 120 golfers and that you should respond as soon
as possible. Remember, even if your are not a golfer you can still participate and attend the evening event with dinner, prizes and raffles.
Telephone: 914 723-9749

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