1. Celebrate Your Father
Looking to give your dad the best Father's Day gift without breaking the bank? Honor your dad by emailing a picture of him to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include his name, where he lives (what hamlet of Yorktown), and why your dad is so awesome and we will post it on Yorktown Patch.
2. Calling All Funny People
And you know who you are! This summer, local comedy producers are searching for the area’s funniest people to take part in a comedy contest for cash prizes, comedy bookings, gift certificates to area businesses and the title of “Lower Hud’s Funniest Person.” Residents must register no later than July 5th.
3. Grow Your Business Seminar
Want to learn how to grow your business? The Yorktown Chamber of Commerce is hosting “Grow Your Business Through Effective PR and Marketing” seminar today from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at The Mansion at Colonial Terrace (119 Oregon Rd., Cortlandt Manor, NY). The interactive session will feature a panel of three experts who will share tips and insight on how to develop an effective PR and marketing strategy for your business that generates increased awareness and sales.
The panel discussion will be followed by a networking reception with complimentary appetizers and a cash bar. This seminar is free for Chamber members and $25 for non-members. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
4. Top Delinquent Taxpayers in Yorktown
The town of Yorktown is owed about $3 million in unpaid property taxes, tax receiver Elfriede H. Schmid said. Trump Park owes the highest amount to the town, which is $1,278,877. Check back with us later today for more on the story.
5. Summer Concert Series Begin Next Week
Mark your calendars! The Yorktown Lion's Club and the Yorktown Parks and Recreation Department will host the annual summer concert series at the John "Jack" De Vito Gazebo on Veterans Road. The first concert is next Sunday, June 26 starting at 6 p.m. with a Bruce Springsteen Tribute. The rain location is in the Yorktown Stage located adjacent to the Gazebo at the Yorktown Community and Cultural Center. For the full schedule, click here.