According to the New York State Department of Health, 17 Lewisboro residents have tested positive for Covid-19.
For those of you who understood the intent of Friday’s message, thank you for your support. We aimed to communicate the severity of the situation and encourage compliance. For others who felt we publicly shamed individuals and questioned the relevance of the numbers we chose to disclose, we apologize. We hope we were able to respond to all in a timely and satisfactory manner. As we upgrade our communications systems and capabilities, a blip here and there is to be expected. I feel there are positive results from our efforts thus far and so we will continue to put out daily updates until further notice, while also increasing our social media presence.
EFFECTIVE TODAY: All parking lots of Lewisboro parks and preserves are closed. At this time, County Parks remain open and if people abide by the rules, that will continue to be the case, according to County Executive Latimer’s most recent statement. Please check the Westchester Parks website: https://parks.westchestergov.com/ before(link is external) venturing out for the most up to date information.
On behalf of the Nature Conservancy, please be advised the following preserves in Lewisboro are closed until further notice:
1. Mt. Holly Sanctuary
2. Marriam Yarrow
3. Mildred E. Grierson
4. Mt. Holly Preserve
OUR POLICE DEPARTMENT AND FIRST RESPONSE TEAM WANT YOU TO KNOW:
STAY HOME, STAY HOME, STAY HOME, STAY HOME, STAY HOME. WHY??? BECAUSE IT KEEPS YOU, ME, YOUR FAMILY, MY FAMILY AND ALL OF US AS SAFE AS CAN BE. WE LIKE SAFE – THANK YOU!!!https://www.westchestermedicalcenter.org/news/coronavirus-update-1401(link is external)
Drive-Thru Testing is now available: https://www.westchestermedicalcenter.org/news/coronavirus-update-1401(link is external)
Spring Weather Safety
Homeland Security - NTAS - Alerts
SUPPORT OUR TROOPS!!
TOMORROW, APRIL 1ST 2020 IS CENSUS DAY!! One way to show your support to our local first responders during this crisis is to submit your 2020 census response now. The amount of federal money that our local hospitals, police and other critical services receive for the next 10 years will be based on the 2020 Census numbers. Please respond online to the census mailing you received in the mail, or go to https://2020census.gov/en.html to(link is external) respond today.
COMMUNITY CENTER OF NORTHERN WESTCHESTER
‘Ride Connect of Family Services of Westchester’ has initiated a volunteer program that will match a volunteer with a senior for grocery shopping. Any interested volunteer can contact Ride Connect and give their name, phone # and town of residence. Seniors can also call Ride Connect and give their information. Once the volunteer and senior are matched, they work out an arrangement for shopping and exchange of money or credit card information. Call Ride Connect at 914-242-7433
Following are updates from
DEPT OF PARKS AND REC:
FAMILY ACTIVITY SUGGESTIONS: DAY 13 - Happy last day of March - or was it April with so many showers?!?
Paper and Pencil Game/Activity – MONSTER O MONSTER
Number of Players
· 2 or more
· Paper for each player
· Markers (crayons, pen the more colors the better)
· Creative imagination
How to Play
1. Everyone gets a piece of paper and pen.
2. Follow the “Round” rules; allowing 2 minutes per round.
Round # 1:
· Each player draws a head at the very top of their paper.
· Then draws a neck (two lines coming from the head).
· Then fold the paper over at the neck line (so you can’t see the head).
· Pass the paper to your left.
Round # 2:
· Each player draws the top half of a body (mid-section/arms).
· Then fold the paper over at the bottom of the body (you don’t want your neighbor to see it).
· Pass the paper to your left.
Round # 3:
· Each player draws the bottom half of a body (legs/feet).
· Pass the paper back to the person who drew the head (two people to your right).
· Open it up to see the “Monster Oh Monster” you have created & give it a name!
· Share everyone’s works of art vote on a winner.
· Hang the winning monster on your refrigerator.
Active Game – INDOOR HIDE AND SEEK - Needs a minimum of 2 players. There are few rules other than the basic point of the game, which singles out a seeker, known as “it,” while the other players find hiding spots. The seeker counts aloud to a number previously agreed upon by all players so they know how much time they have to hide.
This in turn allows them to venture to an appropriate distance and situate themselves before the seeker finishes counting. The usual speech goes like this: “One, two, three…twenty. Ready or not, here I come!” It is very important to tradition that the seeker say “Here I come” to let the other players know their time is up.
The seeker must close their eyes and often is required to face a wall away from the players. While the seeker counts, the other players look for hiding places and once they are positioned, they cannot move. The seeker finishes counting and the hiding players stay quiet as possible until they are found. They are not allowed to change hiding places once the seeker has finished counting.
Creative Activity - A-Z SCAVENGER HUNT OF ITEMS IN YOUR HOME. List A - Z down the left side of the paper. Then go from room to room to find items with every letter of the alphabet and the room you found it in. A= album in living room B = book in family room C = Candle in bathroom, D = door in front hallway E = empty glass in dining room - etc.