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Battle for the Belt, Orangetown Council Meeting

Battle for the Belt, Orangetown Council Meeting
Find out what's happening in and round Pearl River this week. 

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Tuesday, Jan. 14

  • Four Rockland County legislative committees will meet tonight. Public Safety is scheduled to meet at 5:15 p.m.; Multi Services at 6 p.m.; Planning & Public Works at 7 p.m. and Budget & Finance at 7:15 p.m. All committee sessions are held at 11 New Hempstead Road and are open to the public.
  • The contract for AppliedGolf to manage Broadacres Golf Course for the Town of Orangetown will be on the agenda when the Orangetown Town Council meets 7:30 p.m. in Orangetown Town Hall. The board's meeting schedule for 2014 is also on the agenda, which is available on the town website  here.
Wednesday, Jan. 15
  • Eat at Smashburger and help Meals of Wheels. Smashburger will donate a percentage of today's net proceeds to Meals on Wheels. Meals on Wheels Programs & Services of Rockland, Inc. serves the homebound, seniors and others in Rockland County through a multi-purpose agency which focuses on nutritional, recreational and social support programs. Find more details  here.
Thursday, Jan. 16
  • ARC of Rockland will honor Alex Messer of Valley Cottage and Alan Albert of Pearl River during its Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Awards Ceremony at 9:30 a.m. at its Congers location. Get more information  here.
  • The first ever Battle for the Belt is a charity wrestling match between rivals Nanuet and Pearl River at Pearl River High School, with the winning team holding onto the newly created championship belt. The 6 p.m. event is held in conjunction with Pearl River's Senior Recognition Night, dedicated this night to the memory of Tommy Scognamiglio, who was 16 years old when he passed away from cancer in 2012.  He would have been a senior this year at Pearl River High School. All proceeds from the event will go towards the Tommy Lollipop Project and the Tommy Scogs Foundation. Admission is $3 for adults, $2 for students in grades seven to 12 and free for those in grades six and under. There will be food, raffles and t-shirts. Read about it  here.



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