Support Connection held its 19th annual Support-a-Walk as part of its efforts to honor those affected by ovarian and breast cancer. Despite some drizzle, organizers say thousands came out to the event. —Posted by Support Connection on Yorktown-Somers Patch
Peekskill Middle School took part in the "Don't Be a Monster" anti-bullying campaign as part of National Bullying Prevention Month. Read about how the day impacted students in the district's blog. —Posted by Peekskill City Schools on Peekskill-Cortlandt Patch
Mount Kisco's Judie Kaplan, founder of a personal concierge service, blogs about how "for the first time in our lifetime," the first night of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving this year. —Posted by Judie Kaplan on Chappaqua-Mount Kisco Patch
The Putnam Humane Society highlighted pit bull Tilly as its adoptable dog of the week. Tilly, a female adult, "loves to play and is great with other dogs." Read more about her at the link above. —Posted by Putnam Humane Society on Southeast-Brewster Patch
Paul Alcorn of Bedford Presbyterian Church weighed in on this week's Nobel Peace Prize winner announcement. He said he wished the award had gone to Malala Yosafzai, a 16-year-old Pakistani girl who advocates for education. —Posted by Paul Alcorn on Bedford-Katonah Patch
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