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OSSINING WEB BLAST 11-14-2008
Release Date: November 14, 2008

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Welcome Back!  Stop & Shop in the Arcadian Re-Opened on Friday, November 14, at 7:00 a.m.  Arcadian Shopping Center, 246 South Highland Avenue, Ossining. 923-6550. Store hours will be Monday-Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., Sunday 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.  Glad to have you back!

 

2008 Leaf Collection! The Village has begun fall leaf collection.  Please place leaves for pick- up on top of your curbs and not in the street. This will help keep our storm drains clear for water runoff during storms.

Leaves Only Please! Do not bag or put with regular garbage. Do not put plastic bags, brush, branches or any other refuse to the curb with your leaves.  After completing our initial pick-up schedule, we will re-start the schedule for additional pick-ups continually as necessary.

Organics Other Than Leaves:  Brush and branches must be tied up, separated from regular garbage, and left for curbside pick-up on your regularly scheduled Bulk Trash Day. Grass clippings must be separated from regular garbage and put loosely in a container or in brown, biodegradable bags. Put grass clippings to the curb for pick-up on your regularly scheduled Bulk Trash Day.  Your understanding and cooperation in helping us to properly collect and dispose of organic waste is greatly appreciated!

 

"Christmas Is Coming", St. Paul's on-the-Hill's annual holiday celebration will take place on Saturday, November 15, 2008, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. The Lantern Gift Shop will be open, ready for your Christmas shopping, featuring unique gifts, handcrafts and Christmas decorations. In the Parish Hall, a Soup & Sandwich Luncheon will be available for $6.75 from 11:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. There will also be Holiday Foods Tables, Attic Treasures Tables, a raffle of "Six Stupendous Gift Baskets" and a Christmas Wreath Sale. St. Paul's on-the-Hill Episcopal Church is located on Ganung Drive, just east of 9A, off rte. 133.

Clearing out, or re-arranging your space? Furniture Sharehouse, Westchester’s furniture bank is seeking donations of your average-sized, gently-used furniture for Westchester’s neediest families. Tax-deductible, and pickup is available. www.furnituresharehouse.com or 914.834.1294 for more info, or to donate. Thank you!

Important Notice For Cablevision Customers…Residents now have until December 31, 2008 to get the free digital box.  The free digital box offer for Broadcast Basic & Analog Family Cable customers has just been extended until the end of the year, with the same terms as before.  It is for existing customers in good standing with no changes in level of service.  Also as before, only one free digital box per household and the free offer does not apply to new Cablevision customers. 

 

WEBS (Career & Educational Counseling Service).  Free career counseling at The Ossining Public Library by appointment only.  To make an appointment, please register at the Reference Desk or call 914-941-2416 ext. 320.  This program has already begun, but it’s not too late for you to register.  This program goes until December 16th. 

 

Attention Verizon Fios Customers!  The Government Access Station will be broadcast on Channel 43.  Currently this station is undergoing testing! Regular programming will begin shortly.  Thank you for your continued cooperation. 

 

Ossining Public Library Events…

-A 55 Alive Mature Driving Course will be offered at the library on Wednesday November 19th and Thursday November 20th from 9 a.m.- 1:15 p.m each day. The course instructor is Neville Horne. The course fee is $10.00 and registrants must attend both sessions. Pick up an enrollment application in the library.For additional information call 942-2416 X 326.

-"Great Music in a Great Place" returns to the library on Sunday, November 16th for an all Brahms program featuring Cynthia Peterson, piano, Roberta Cooper, cello and Eric Drucker, clarinet. Titled"Brahms in the Afternoon" the concert will begin at 3:00 p.m. in the  theater. Admission free.

 

OHS graduate and former Westchester Ballet Company student, Irene Kent has gone on to have a professional career in the entertainment industry.  She is currently teaching and privately coaching ballet in NYC, to view her web newsletter go to www.star-bound.com or http://www.ndg.org/newSite/classes_facultyKent.html.  We wish her continued success!

 

Teatown Event - Tell Me Tree will be held on Saturday, November 15, 1 pm – 2:30 pm.  Even with branches bare of leaves there are ways to identify trees by looking for other defining features. Learn how to use a simple dichotomous key to unlock the identity of many woodland trees. Not suitable for children under 10. Pre-registration required. Members free, Nonmembers $5. Teatown Lake Reservation, 1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining. (914) 762-2912, ext.110. Website: www.teatown.org; e-mail: teatown@teatown.org.

 

Teatown Event - Navigating with Map and Compass Getting lost is not an option in this program which combines basic compass and map reading skills that will help you to better navigate in the woods. Come prepared for both indoor and outdoor activities. For Adults Pre-registration required.  Sunday, November 16, 1 pm – 2:30 pm  Members free, Nonmembers $5. Teatown Lake Reservation, 1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining. (914) 762-2912, ext.110. Website: www.teatown.org; e-mail: teatown@teatown.org.

 

 

“Sacred Ground:  Held in Trust”: Pastels by Marlene Wiedenbaum through November 30th.  Teatown Lake Reservation, 1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining. (914) 762-2912, ext.110. Website: www.teatown.org; e-mail: teatown@teatown.org.

 

The St. Ann’s 4th annual "A Taste of Portugal Dinner”, a Portuguese dinner and reception and social gathering.  This year we celebrate "As Vindimas"- the art of grape picking: a Fall Cultural event with costumes, food and traditions from many parts of Portugal.  This event will be held on November 15, 2008 at 7pm at St. Ann's School, 16 Elizabeth Street.  Tickets are $40 for adults, $20 for children under 13.  Tickets are available from Shana da Silva, 879-5543 or Irene da Silva, 403-3133 or the school office, 941-0312.

Read, learn and play during the national gaming day!

The Ossining Public Library is participating in National Gaming Day @ Your Library.  Saturday, November 15, 2008 the Library will join hundreds of other libraries around the country for the first annual celebration of National Gaming @ your library.  Together with other libraries across the country the Ossining Public Library will provide games suitable for the entire family to enjoy.  During National Gaming Day, libraries will provide a social gaming experience not found elsewhere in the community.  Many libraries will participate in two events, a national videogame tournament and an attempt to establish a record for the most number of library patrons playing the board game “Pictureka!” at the same time.  It will be a great opportunity for people of all ages in the greater Ossining community to have fun playing video and board games at the library,” said Tamara Stewart, Teen Services Coordinator at the Ossining Public Library.  Game On! Will run from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. after the library’s regular Saturday hours, and game-playing will take place throughout the building.  There will be Super Smash Brothers Brawl Tournament in the Theater, Halo-Playing on the Main Floor, folks rockin-out with Guitar Hero World Tour in the Conference Room and Wii Sports in the Teen Room.  In addition, the Children’s Library will have computer and board games available for younger children and families.  The library is hoping this event will attract both our regulars, as well as people who don’t usually patronize libraries.  National Gaming Day is a national initiative supported by the American Library Association, and our 2008 sponsors are Hasbro, Top Trumps and Wizards of the Coast.  For more information on National Gaming Day please visit www.ala.org. 


St. Ann's Church is hosting the Ossining High School Girls Varsity Softball Dinner Dance on November 21, 2008 at 7pm.  The varsity girls are fundraising for a trip to Orlando Fl. for spring training.  The evening will feature DJ Johnny G, great door prizes and a 50/50 raffle.  Dinner is $20 for adults, $10 for children 10 and under, children under 5 are free.  For reservation call the school at 941-0312.
                  

Children’s Center Plans Tabletop Trailblazer The Ossining Children’s Center annual fall fundraiser, the traditional kick-off to the holiday season in the Briarcliff/Ossining area, will be held on November 21 at 11:00 am to 2:30 pm at the Trump National Golf Club.  The OCC has a surprise for area residents with its totally unique Tabletop Inspirations” celebration fundraiser. Believing that “the best moments of our lives often happen at a family table with friends and loved ones and that to make the most of these moments is one of life’s greatest joys,” the Center has invited well known area hostesses and professionals to create their own unique tabletop setting and combine it with an experience in the same theme, to be donated as prizes at the luncheon.  Guests will enjoy viewing the creative results of the most innovative hostesses in the area and bid on their favorites to take home.  For example, Diana Gould Ltd of Scarsdale will be designing a “Victorian Christmas” tabletop with lovely linens and golden accoutrements.  It will be highlighted by a dramatic centerpiece of three sparkling red Christmas trees of different heights and embellished with gold French ribbons and golden angels. She will enhance her theme with dinner for two at the Four Star Equus Restaurant at the Castle in Tarrytown.  Another tabletop creation for display and silent auction, “Fall in Vermont,” will include lovely hand engraved pieces from Simon Pearce.   Recalling the words of William Bliss Carman in Fall in Vermont, “The scarlet of the Maples can shake me like a cry of the bugles going by,” this table will reflect the scents, flavors and sights of a fall day in Vermont.  The winner will enjoy a personal guided tour of the Simon Pearce manufacturing facilities and lunch at the Simon Pearce Restaurant in Quechee, Vermont, as well as the lovely tabletop pieces, including classically simple and elegant Simon Pearce hand blown candlesticks, wine goblets and ice bucket, and an everlasting beautiful fall bouquet.  An extension of the event’s activities includes complimentary engraving by the Simon Pearce professional engraver on both the day of and the day after the event, at Holbrook Cottage on Nov 21, 2:30-6:00 pm & November 22 11:00-5:00 pm.  A percentage of proceeds from purchases made at Holbrook Cottage on those days will be donated to the OCC.  With the exclusive personal appearance of the Simon Pearce engraver, right in Briarcliff, the item is immediately available!   A Nantucket Summer table will recreate the magic of the “far away island” for a table to be brought to your own home complete with a private chef.  Beautiful tabletop items, actually hailing from Nantucket will create the ocean inspired feeling of a gracious Nantucket dinner brought to you by hostess Heather McVeigh of Briarcliff Manor.  The creative duo of Lynn Puro and Lisa McTerran, owners of March in Briarcliff Manor, and Lifestyles and Interiors by Lisa, of Croton, respectively, are combining to create a “Haute Couture Dinner” table.  The elegant table for four will include an ingenious use of jewelry, scarves and bags as well as gift certificates from March, an in-home design consultation with Lisa and a Two Night Stay in a luxury high rise Manhattan apartment, the Fashion Capital of the World!  Manhattan designer, Sarah Tallman of Grove and Joan McGinty of Briarcliff Manor are contributing a “Hampton Candle lit Beach Table,” which is casual, yet elegantly romantic.  It will include place setting for six that features Vellum’s “Garbo” dinner and salad plates in hand painted white Italian ceramic, rimmed in 18 K gold.  Tiny arrangements of blue and white delphiniums, veronica and other wild grasses and flowers will add touches of color and enhance the beach feeling.  Other tabletop themes will include Christmas Garlands Galore, Just Desserts, Midnight Joy, New Year’s Eve Breakfast, Chinese New Year, Labor of Love and Garden Party.  All proceeds from Tabletop Inspirations will benefit the Ossining Children’s Center generous tuition assistance program.  Over the years the Center has worked with hundreds of children whose academic prospects and family’s economic future were transformed by the Children’s Center.  Ticket price to the event is $130.00.  For more information, please contact Shawn Cribari at the Center at 941-0230 X 13 of occdevelop@aol.com.  Reservations may be made at Holbrook Cottage, 1253 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff Manor, 914-944-0734.

 

Maryknoll International Film Festival and Discussion Pieces of April, Friday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m.  The third offering of this year’s Maryknoll International Film Festival, sponsored by the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, will be shown on Friday, Nov. 21, 2008 at 7:30 p.m., at the Maryknoll Society Center, 55 Ryder Rd., in Ossining.  The series of nine monthly offerings titled, Life through Death: Breakdown as Opportunity for Breakthrough, continues with Pieces of April, a 2003 U.S., film from director Peter Hedges.  Each film in the series is introduced by a Maryknoll missioner who will facilitate a brief discussion following the screening. For a listing of all films in the series visit  www.maryknoll.org/filmfest.  Information: 914-941-7590. All are welcome.  Admission is free.  Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, the U.S.-based Catholic foreign mission society, has been representing U.S. Catholics in overseas mission since 1911. They currently serve in 29 countries worldwide, promoting human rights and social justice for those in need.  For more information go to www.maryknoll.org/society.

 

Ossining’s Coffeehouse Night presents The Underground Café featuring Luke Ryan from NYC’s “Music Under New York” and MSG’s Soundtracks performing original songs, blues, rock and “a little monkey business”.  Followed by ‘Open Mic’ performers (musicians/songwriters) Saturday, November 22nd @7:30 p.m.  Admission is $15.  Refreshments sold.  At Josie’s International School of Dance, 125 Main Street, Ossining.  Call for reservations 432-8502.  www.josiedance.com.

 

Teatown Event - Turtle Power!  Meet Teatown’s turtles and enjoy making a craft to take home too. For children 4 – 7 years accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration required. Saturday, November 22, 1 pm – 2 pm. Members free, Nonmembers $5. Teatown Lake Reservation, 1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining. (914) 762-2912, ext.110. Website: www.teatown.org; e-mail: teatown@teatown.org.

 

WDFH 90.3 FM, a local radio station owned and operated by Hudson Valley Community Radio, Inc., has signed a lease for a new tower that will dramatically improve the signal reception for its broadcasts.  WDFH 90.3 FM currently has a very limited signal that originates from a transmitter site near Ossining.  “With our higher antenna location and enhanced signal strength,” noted Vinny Cohan, chair of the WDFH 

Community Action Committee, “we will suddenly reach well over 400,000 potential listeners, 90% of whom will be completely new to our community broadcasts.”  The new antenna will be on a new forty foot mast to be installed atop an existing 125 foot tower located on a hilltop near the Saw Mill River Parkway in Mount Pleasant.  In late 2007, the Federal Communications Commission granted WDFH the authority to broadcast with a stronger signal.  The combination of a better antenna location and a more powerful signal means WDFH broadcasts will reach most of northern and central Westchester County, as well as parts of southern Putnam and eastern Rockland County.

“WDFH should be operational from the new site in eight to ten weeks, reaching nearly half a million new potential listeners in more than twenty lower Hudson communities.”  About WDFH  [www.wdfh.org] WDFH is the lower Hudson River valley's only grassroots, independent,  Noncommercial community radio station.  Local community volunteers operate WDFH. WDFH is committed to developing significant local news and public affairs coverage.  Current local programming includes “In Focus,” a local public affairs discussion program, and “Recovery Talk,” a pioneering program about recovery from addiction, illness, loss, trauma, and more.  WDFH also broadcasts an eclectic mix of music, often featuring local artists.  WDFH is affiliated with the Pacifica Radio [www.pacifica.org] Network and broadcasts two daily News magazines, Democracy Now! [http://www.democracynow.org] and Free Speech Radio Network [http://www.fsrn.org].  WDFH’s parent organization, Hudson Valley Community Radio, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

 

New "Ossining Community Calendar" Launched to Reduce Scheduling Conflicts and to Create a Helpful Resource for Ossining Residents  The Ossining Public Library, Ossining School District, Town of Ossining and Village of Ossining jointly announced their collaboration on a new, shared "Ossining Community Calendar," which is being hosted and managed at no cost to any of the participants by AmericanTowns.com.  The Inter-Municipal Leadership Team that originated the concept of the Ossining Community Calendar is a working committee that encourages cooperation and collaboration among leading public institution of the Ossining area.  The calendar is a collaboration of the members of the IML Team, working with AmericanTowns.com.   The new Ossining Community Calendar can be found at www.Americantowns.com/NY/Ossining.

 

Help Send Ossining Kids to Summer Camp Westchester Community Opportunity Program, Inc. – Ossining Community Action Program Presents a new initiative spearheaded by Ossining CAP and supported by the entire community (including you!) to help families pay for kids summer camp.  For more information contact Charlie Knight, Director at (914) 923-6380.  Donations can be mailed to Ossining Community Action Program, 2 Church Street, Ossining, attention Charlie Knight, Director, summer camp fund.

 

More OPL Events… 

Ossining Public Library Events…

-New series of Classic Italian Films will be offered this fall which will explore the meaning of home from the physical place to a loved person. The films have been selected by Shlomi Ron, and he will introduce and lead a discussion following each film. "The White Sheik" directed by Frederico Fellini will be shown on November 20th and "Stromboli" starring Ingrid Bergman on December 11th.  It all takes place in the theater beginning at 7:00 p.m. Admission free.

-Fall movie series, entitled "Angry Young Men- British Street Films."  Will continue with "The Loneliness of a Long Distance Runner" on December 3rd. Admission is free. Chris Poggiali, media specialist at the New Rochelle Library will introduce the series.

 

"Sustainability: the Next Industrial Revolution" Lecture in the Ossining Public Library Auditorium on Saturday, November 29th 12:30 pm.  This one hour lecture (plus Q/A) is intended for business leaders and professors, developers, green entrepreneurs, planners of all sorts, MBA students and graduates and others who want to dive deeply into the concepts of sustainability and learn from some business 'best practices'.   The speaker Peter Sherman, Ph.D. is a Professor of Tropical Rainforest Systems Ecology, University of Redlands (Previously taught at Deep Springs College, Universities of Arizona, Michigan and Binghamton, Marlboro College.  Dr. Sherman has also made several international presentations and has received teaching awards.)  Additionally, Dr. Sherman has given this talk many times, including two keynote addresses to School of Business MBA honors inductees, several schools of business and chambers of commerce in the southern California region and urban planning/land use organizations.  Please join us for a very interesting, informative lecture. 

 

Sunday, November 30, 2008 St. Ann's Church will host an Annual Christmas Bazaar.  The event will be held in the School, 16 Elizabeth Street, from 9 am to 4 pm and will include many vendors, great food and a visit from Santa.

 

The Old Mill Singers Holiday Show will be held on Friday, December 5th & Saturday December 6th in the Ossining High School auditorium.  Show starts at 8 PM,  refreshments served at intermission.  Celebrate a year of holidays, come listen and see our children's choir and our individual acts, always a great time!  Tickets are $13 for adults, seniors and children $11 dollars.  For more information call:  John Massey at 941-3906 or Mike Mimnaugh at 762-7446, or email them at oldmillsingers@yahoo.com.

 

Author Reveals Motive for JFK Assassination and Explains why the truth still matter 45 years later.  In his new book, JFK and the Unspeakable author and peace activist James W. Douglass has written a compelling, persuasive account of why President John F. Kennedy was assassinated and why the unmasking of this truth remains crucial for the future of our country and the world.  He will present his findings at a lecture at the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers Center in Ossining on Friday, Dec. 5, 2008 at 7 p.m.  Drawing on wide research, Douglass traces a sequence of steps-- from the failed Bay of Pigs invasion and the standoff of the Cuban Missile Crisis, right up to his final days--that transformed JFK from a conventional Cold Warrior to someone determined to pay the ultimate price for peace.  Those actions, Douglass argues, caused members of his own U.S. military-intelligence establishment to regard him as a dangerous traitor who had to be eliminated.  According to Douglass, it is only by learning the dangerous truth of our history and unmasking the forces behind JFK’s death, that we can free ourselves and our country to pursue his vision of peace.  Critics have called JFK and the Unspeakable “a peerless and extraordinary historical contribution,” “a myth-exploding story,” “a stunning mix of political thriller and meticulous scholarship.” Gaeton Fonzi, former Staff Investigator for the US House Select Committee on Assassinations, has called it “by far the most important book yet written on the subject.”  Douglass presents an unfamiliar story that is by turns shocking, illuminating, and inspiring.  Lecture will take place at the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers Center, 55 Ryder Road, Ossining.  For directions call 941-7636 ext. 2294.  All are welcome.  Admission is free.  Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, the U.S.-based Catholic foreign mission society, has been representing U.S. Catholics in overseas mission since 1911. They currently serve in 29 countries worldwide, promoting human rights and social justice for those in need.  For more information consult the World Wide Web at www.maryknollsociety.org.

 

First Time Home Buyer Workshop  At the Ossining Public Library theater on Monday, December 8th from 7 pm – 9 pm.  Are you considering purchasing a home?  Do you wonder if you would be better off buying rather than renting a home?  Learn about the home buying process with NO sales pitches and NO pressure.  Topics to be covered:  selecting a realtor, lender and attorney, the importance of your credit profile, and how to determine what you can afford.  Also learn about upcoming local affordable ownership opportunities.  Sponsored by Housing Action Council, Interfaith Council for Action and the Ossining Public Library.  To register, please call 914-941-5252.  Admission is free.

 

One Big Holiday Party…All organizations, clubs, elected and appointed officials welcomed.  Come together for an evening of conversation & fun with others from Ossining.  December 10, 2008 6:30 p.m. at Travelers Rest.  Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Ossining.  $45 per person, RSVP Required.  Please mail your reservations eary (last year the event was sold out) to The Rotary Club of Ossining, P.O. Box 488, Ossining.

 

More OPL Events…

-A staged reading of a play written by former Ossining resident and Ossining Public Schools music teacher Anna Mione will be heard in the theater on December 4th  at 7:30 p.m. The play: "Sicilian Seduction" is brought to us by M&M productions. Following the reading, Anna will address questions from the audience.

- More "Great Music" will be heard at the library on Sunday, December 7th @ 3 p.m. when Eddie Schnecker and Friends will present "Words & Music of Broadway" featuring songs from "My Fair Lady", "Guys & Dolls", "West Side Story"," Brigadoon" and many more.  Joining Eddie will be Maureen Daw and Joseph Byrne, accompanied by pianist, Carolyn Black. Eddie is excited to be back where it all began namely here in Ossining. He attended Ossining Public Schools and was a part of Art Jay's Children's Opera Company, and all the musicals during his years at OHS.  Free Admission.

-Our festive Holiday Forum and Brown Bag luncheon will be on Friday, December 12th beginning at 11:30 a.m. in the theater. Singer/pianist Carolyn black will entertain the luncheon audience with special holiday words and music including a sing-a-long of favorite seasonal songs. Also at the luncheon we wish to recognize several library volunteers who this past year have put in many hours of service. Time to take a break from your hectic holiday schedule and join us for some cheer and good fellowship, Wassail and dessert will be provided.

-“Stromboli-Land of God" the final movie in the fall Italian film series will be shown on December 11th at 7 p.m. Directed by Roberto Rossellini, it stars  the beautiful Ingrid Bergman who plays a foreigner in a displaced persons camp and gains freedom by marrying a fisherman from Stromboli.  Shlomi Ron will be on hand to lead a discussion  following the showing.

-Four Generations of Brandreth Family Paintings will be on view during the month of December. The exhibit is curated by John Wunderlich. Opening Reception will be on Saturday, December 13th from 1-4 p.m.

- Author, Meryl Gordon will be at the library on Wednesday, December 17th @ 7:30 p.m.  Join Bob Minzesheimer who will be here to interview her and hear about her recently published book: "Mrs. Astor Regrets. The Hidden Betrayals of a Family Beyond Reproach", book signing to follow.  It all takes place in the theater.

 

The Village of Ossining recently adopted Local Law No. 7, 2008 entitled “Fines and Penalties”, which updates its laws with respect to fines and penalties applicable to building code violations in connection with demolition, cabarets, electrical standards, fire hazard inspections and plumbing.  This is part of an ongoing effort to further the health, safety and welfare of its residents.  Full text of this law is available on line at www.villageofossining.org or from our Village Clerk. 

Local Law Regarding Alarm Systems to Go Into Full Effect in January Please be advised that property owners/tenants with an alarm system must register with the Village Clerk.  Applications submitted, will be processed and permits will be issued for the 2009 year.  Full text of this local law, as well as the permit application, is available online at www.villageofossining.org.  False alarms shall be subject to penalty.  If you have any questions, please contact our Village Clerk, Mary Ann Roberts at 762-8428.             

U.S. Census Bureau Jobs for 2008/2009 Available positions:  Recruitment Assistants, Crew Leaders, Field Staff (Enumerators).  The U.S. Census Bureau needs local residents for a variety of exciting opportunities, including interviewing, office administration and supervision.  A large part of these jobs involve dealing with the public.  Most of the jobs require you to locate and interview households.  The information you collect is confidential, and must not be disclosed to anyone who has not sworn to protect Census Bureau information.  $18 – 20 / HR.  To apply please call (646) 233-2406 x 2443, (866) 861-2010 x 2443, (646) 233-2405 x 2443 Monday – Friday 5:00 pm.  – 9:00 p.m.  Saturday & Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

 

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