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  1. Westchester Mom Solves 'Dollar Dilemma' With Book Teaching Value Of Money

    Westchester Mom Solves 'Dollar Dilemma' With Book Teaching Value Of Money

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Want to teach your kids the value of money but unsure when to start the conversation? How about now, when they are young?That's the mission behind "Zac's Dollar Dilemma," a new children's book by Scarsdale resident and Wealth Manager Rachel Gottlieb. The first-time author, who's book is out this month hopes her story helps parents teach their kids about ...

  2. Scarsdale Mom Publishes First Book In Effort To Teach Kids About Money

    Scarsdale Mom Publishes First Book In Effort To Teach Kids About Money

    SCARSDALE, N.Y.- Scarsdale resident Rachel Gottlieb is marrying her two passions with "Zac's Dollar Dilemma," a new children's book due out in August. The first-time author who's day job is as a wealth manager, hopes her story helps parents teach their kids the value of a dollar. The book is intended for children in preschool and elementary school. Her goal, said the mom of ...

  3. Rhinebeck's Maeve Cruikshank 'Rides' Her Way To College

    Rhinebeck's Maeve Cruikshank 'Rides' Her Way To College

    RHINEBECK, N.Y. -- For Rhinebeck High School senior, Maeve Cruikshank, exposure to horses was inevitable. Given that her mother was the director of a non-profit equestrian facility, and her family lived on the property, it's no surprise Cruikshank took to horse riding. Cruikshank has always ridden at the Southlands Foundation in Rhinebeck where her mother worked. According to ...

  4. Dedication To Academics Pays Off For Spring Valley College Grad

    Dedication To Academics Pays Off For Spring Valley College Grad

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- It's not every recent college grad that can say he met the President and First Lady.But Jourdan Henry, who graduated summa cum laude from Howard University in May, said his steadfast focus on academics and extracurriculars helped land him invaluable internships and even an invite to last year's White House Correspondents' Dinner. After winning a $7,000 Harry S. ...

  5. Poughkeepsie Salon Puts 'Mane' Focus On Dedication, Sustainability

    Poughkeepsie Salon Puts 'Mane' Focus On Dedication, Sustainability

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Ten years is a milestone in any business and at Bella Luci Salon Owner Rebecca Lee credits her success to her dedication and devotion to clients, as well as a commitment to go "green."Lee, who's been at her Liberty Street location five years (as well as five years in a previous Poughkeepsie location), takes care in training and educating her team, so that ...

  6. All Paws In Rye Thrives Thanks To Owner's Pet Expertise

    All Paws In Rye Thrives Thanks To Owner's Pet Expertise

    RYE, N.Y. -- Claudia Baker says it's her personal attention to detail and top quality products that helps make her Rye gourmet pet store, All Paws, a popular destination for pet lovers.Baker, who's owned the store for nine years -- it's been in business for 14 -- said she spends a lot of time researching dog food, so she can point her customers in the right direction based on their ...

  7. North Salem Studio 'Rides' Wave Of Success Thanks To Equestrian Clientele

    North Salem Studio 'Rides' Wave Of Success Thanks To Equestrian Clientele

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Simone Gell , owner of The Mane Barre Studio on 2 Keeler Lane in North Salem, may have started her business with equestrians in mind, but her classes help athletes in all sports. The method she teaches aids in strengthening, flexibility, posture, and alignment, which anyone can benefit from.An avid rider, Gell opened her business in September 2015 after studying the ...

  8. Stamford Adventurer To Address Appalachian Mountain Club In Bethel

    Stamford Adventurer To Address Appalachian Mountain Club In Bethel

    BETHEL, Conn. — Adventurer, traveler and photographer David Roberts will make an audio-visual presentation entitled, “It’s a Wild, Wild World” to the Appalachian Mountain Club on Tuesday, June 14 at St. Thomas Church in Bethel. Stamford-based David Roberts is a retired corporate executive who has traveled to nearly 70 countries and every continent to explore and photograph various ...

  9. Pawling Resident Pours Heart, Soul Into Bakery's Success

    Pawling Resident Pours Heart, Soul Into Bakery's Success

    PAWLING, N.Y.- Ria Fazio, owner of The Bakeria in Pawling, prides herself on her ability to make delectable items that are as gorgeous as they are delicious, including her custom-made one-of-a-kind cakes.Most importantly, she serves "food the way you remember it" without stabilizers, preservatives, and chemicals. A self-taught baker, Fazio grew up making cakes for her family ...

  10. Rye High School Twins Excel In Individual Endeavors

    Rye High School Twins Excel In Individual Endeavors

    RYE, N.Y. - Despite being the same age and having the same last name, Rye High School seniors and fraternal twins, Avery and Julia Stern, are two very different people. Each girl has her own interests, but both have accomplished equally great feats and made an impact on the Rye community. Both are on the Rye High School Girls Lacrosse team, which lost in the sectional quarterfinals this ...

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