1. Yorktown Teacher on 'Millionaire'
Jill Proskin, a sixth grade teacher at the Yorktown Central School District, will be a contestant on on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Check out our story on Patch this morning for more on when the show airs and what Proskin hopes to buy if she becomes a millionaire.
2. 'Weight Is Never About Just Weight'
"The journey to weight loss can be both physically and emotionally challenging," Karen Johnson writes in her latest blog post on Patch. As the holidays and new year are approaching, she offers some life lessons to keep in mind. Click here to read Johnson's blog post.
3. Iris Folding Cards Workshop
The workshop will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the John C. Hart Memorial Library. It will be led by Jill Sitkin.
How does it work?: "A shape is cut out of the front of a piece of cardstock, and there is a pattern on a piece of paper with numbers on it which shows through the frame. Working from the back, you just follow along, arranging folded paper strips to create a design. When you turn the piece over you see a great image. You can then add other embellishments before attaching your piece to a blank greeting card, creating a wonderful piece of art that will be enjoyed and treasured - the recipient might even put it in a frame."
The program is free and open to the public. For information contact the Reference Desk or call 914-245-5262, ext. 227.
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5. Hudson Valley Young Professionals Business Hours
Hudson Valley Young Professionals and the Gateway Chamber of Commerce’s “Business After Hours” are hosting a get together at the new Peekskill Brewery from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 5. The event costs $20 to attend, but is free for chamber and HVYP members. The deadline to RSVP is Monday, Dec. 3. Signup by going here.