Pleasantville's HamletHub Mon, 02 Oct 2023 09:32:09 -0400 RVNAhealth Interactive Nutrition Sessions: Bone Appetite, Prevent and Treat Osteoporosis Through Diet and Exercise

Work with Registered Dietitian Monica Marcello, and learn how to increase your odds against osteoporosis, the most prevalent metabolic bone disease in the United States. Special guest appearance by Physical Therapist, Kate Campbell, PT, DPT.

When: June 9, 16, and 23
Time: 5:30 to 7:15 pm
Place: RVNAhealth Nutrition Education Center
27 Governor Street
Ridgefield, CT
Cost: $175

Join RVNAhealth’s Registered Dietitian, Monica Marcello, in our Nutrition Education Center for a three-part interactive nutrition series. Ask the expert, gain skills, and optimize your bone density in a fun and engaging environment!

Session 1: June 9th, 5:30pm – 7:15pm
Focus: So, you Think You Have Osteoporosis – Now What?

• How to read DEXA scan results
• Calcium from food vs: supplements
• How much protein is enough?
• Interactive Cooking Class and Taste Testing

Session 2: June 16th, 5:30pm – 7:15pm
Focus: Calcium and Beyond

• Is all calcium created equal?
• Vitamins and minerals and their supporting roles
• Interactive Cooking Class and Taste Testing

Session 3: June 23rd, 5:30pm – 7:15pm
Focus: Timing Matters

• Bioavailability
• Anti-nutrients
• Bone loading exercises
• Interactive Cooking Class and Taste Testing

Class Includes: Educational Materials, Access to RVNAhealth Recipes and Corresponding Shopping List, A Food Journal, A Comprehensive List of Lab/Blood Work Recommendations and Their Purpose, and More.

To register, you can: Click here,  email, or call 203-438-5555.

Learn more here.


]]> (Kim Cafiero) Events Tue, 07 Jun 2022 03:33:00 -0400
Westchester High School Student Creates an Event to Help Foster Awareness Around Teen Mental Health

Sarah Nabi, a sophomore at Hendrick Hudson High School is creating an event to be held on Sunday, May 1st from 3-5pm at Congregation Sons of Israel located 1666 Pleasantville Rd, Briarcliff Manor, NY dedicated to fostering awareness about teen mental health.  Sarah is calling the event, “No Stigma.”

The event, which is free to the public, will feature a keynote speaker trained in teen mental health, a nutrition worship led by Stacy Hendrie, a certified health coach, mental health workshop, a meditation workshop and refreshments. Sarah has also created a website for the event where she will be posting information as the date gets closer:  

The pandemic and the isolation from a year plus of remote learning has led many teens to experience mental health challenges. Sarah’s goal for this first event is to remove the stigma around mental health conversations for teens. 

As Sarah says, “Many people struggle with mental health at some point in their lives, but it’s hard to talk about it and to ask for help without feeling like there is something wrong with you. Our aim is to remove the stigma around teen mental health conversations.”

Sarah’s initiative is her way of honoring her great-grandfather who was a World War I veteran and a recipient of the Victoria Cross who suffered from undiagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder. 

Sarah says, “Because there was no knowledge about mental illness and PTSD, my great- grandfather was left unsupported and unable to cope with his trauma. I want to avoid what happened to my great-grandfather by starting conversations that weren’t started then due to societal stigma. My wish for this event is for teens to be equipped with tools to better understand themselves and what they are going through.”

There is no charge to attend Sarah’s event but registration is required by emailing  Sarah has also set up a GoFundMe campaign to help defray the costs of the event which she and her family are absorbing. Any additional funds remaining after paying for the costs will be donated to Active Minds, a non-profit organization promoting teen mental health. Donations can be made using this link:

Sarah says, “with this event, we hope to start conversations about teen mental health wherever those discussions are needed.”

]]> (HH) Neighbors Fri, 04 Feb 2022 10:49:12 -0500
FREE Community Event in Peekskill, NY!

There is a FREE community event, this Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 8 pm at the Paramount Hudson Valley and everyone who reads this article is welcome to attend!

Motherland Featuring Eva Sita is comparable to a live Broadway show, where the main character is the audience being transported into a fantasy world, while discovering a completely different way of life and celebrating West African culture through our American lens.

This storytelling show will appeal to all senses and all ages! There are sound effects, graphic designs and visuals on the surrounding screens, illustrating the story while providing background for the performance.

The audience will be taken on a journey through different countries via a wide musical repertoire, which will range from original compositions, African Standards, to famous songs covered with a modern twist.

The community is encouraged to come out and enjoy this FREE interactive musical experience, using their imagination.  Expect to be clapping and singing while enjoying a live-band and immersive dancing.

Contact the box office by phone at 914-739-0039 or email to reserve your FREE Tickets!  Feel free to reach out to me directly at if you prefer, and I will ensure you are placed on the list!

For more information about Eva Sita (pronounced Ava Sita) listen to the music and visit her website here.

]]> (Jacque Roche) Events Thu, 07 Oct 2021 10:24:40 -0400
SCREENINGS UNDER THE STARS Drive -in screenings expanded

 Pumpkin spice season brings an expanded drive-in movie line up to Westchester County Parks as Screenings Under the Stars, sponsored by White Plains Hospital, continues at Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla and Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said, “Through the generosity of our partner, White Plains Hospital, we are delighted to extend the popular family-friendly, drive-in movie program into sweater weather. I am grateful for the support of our partners who make such programming a reality for the families of Westchester.”

Commissioner of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation Kathy O’Connor said: “There’s no better way to spend a crisp, fall night than watching a fun Halloween movie with family and friends on the big screen. Thank you to our dedicated staff for making this event possible.”

All movies will be held on Friday night after dark:

October 15 Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween PG (2018) at Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla

October 22 Hocus Pocus PG (1993) at Croton Point Park, Croton-on-Hudson

Gates open at 5:30 p.m., movies at dusk. Event is rain or shine.

All movies will be ticketed-admission events, with purchase available by online pre-sale only.

 Tickets go on sale for Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween today, Wednesday, October 6, at 2 p.m. online at

Tickets go on sale for Hocus Pocus today Wednesday, October 13, at 2 p.m. online at

Tickets are $25 per car and there will be limited capacity following distancing protocols.

White Plains Hospital’s Screenings under the Stars is presented by Westchester County Parks and Sharc Creative with Westchester Parks Foundation, and support from Westchester Talk Radio, 100.7 WHUD, 107.1 The Peak, Hamlethub, Iona College, Palisades Mazda/The Premier Collection, Robison, LLP, Tompkins Mahopac Bank, Holtec International, Inspiria Outdoor Advertising, and Westchester Magazine.

The ticket link will be listed at

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Orchestra 914 presents a Flute, Clarinet and Cello Trio Concert on October 17

Orchestra 914 is pleased to present a Flute, Clarinet and Cello Trio Concert on Sunday, October 17 at  3 pm at St John’s Episcopal Church, 8 Sunnyside Avenue in Pleasantville, NY. 
The Trio features Rebecca Quigley on flute, Jarrett Hoffman on clarinet and Zachary May on cello for an afternoon of mixed wind and string trios. Works will include Francois Devienne’s “Trio in Bb,”  “Seclusive Song” by Swedish Cellist Svante Henryson (b. 1963), and Emily Horton’s “Trio” (2019). The program will conclude with Australian composer Harry Sdraulig’s “Serenade” (2019), and a complete performance of American composer Brian Raphael Nabors’ (b. 1991) work “Seven Dances for Flute, Clarinet & Cello. Composer and pianist Brian Nabors’ Seven Dances is a complex piece consisting of seven contrasting miniatures representing various styles of dance and music, including tango, foxtrot and hip-hop.

Brian Raphael Nabors is a composer whose emotionally enriching music presents exciting narratives through its vibrant themes and colorful harmonic language. With an eclectic musical palate and crafty compositional technique, Nabors’ music draws from combinations of Jazz Funk, R&B, and Gospel with a modern flair for contemporary classical music. Nabors grew up in the South, and much of his music deals with new reflections on life, nature and the human condition. 
This includes how music plays a role in shaping the perception of a society, and how it can be used as a tool to inspire conversations about prejudice, racism and bigotry.  Nabors earned both a Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degree in Composition at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (CCM), and prior to graduate studies he earned a Bachelor of Music Theory & Composition degree from the School of the Arts at Samford University in Birmingham, AL. 
Orchestra 914, formerly The Chappaqua Orchestra, seeks to expand the classical music experience for diverse audiences in the Hudson Valley through creative, educational, and community programming with the highest level of artistic integrity.  In 1958, Boris Koutzen created The Chappaqua Orchestra in an effort to bring high quality classical music to Northern Westchester. Over the years, TCO has had many incarnations, from a mix of professions and amateurs, to what is now a fully professional orchestra. 
Orchestra 914 is now officially based in Pleasantville, NY, and has recently appointed Russell Ger as its new Musical Director, as part of its goal to widen its geographic scope and to bring an inclusive and unexpected array of live classical music to audiences throughout Westchester, helping to build a community of music lovers of all ages and backgrounds.  Cynthia Peterson, a professional pianist and performer, and long- time resident of the Hudson Valley currently serves as the Artistic Director of the Orchestra 914 Chamber Music Series.

The suggested donation is $30 at the door (accept cash, check, paypal).  Audience members attending Orchestra 914 concerts will be required to show proof of vaccination and wear a face-covering indoors in accordance with current CDC guidelines.


]]> (Elise Levine Cooper) Events Fri, 01 Oct 2021 11:58:02 -0400
Friends of Lasdon Park & Arboretum (FLPA)

Think Spring! On Saturday, May 20 and Sunday, May 21 Friends of Lasdon Park & Arboretum (FLPA) will hold their Plant Sale and Garden Show.

FLPA explains, "Every year Friends of Lasdon hosts a wonderful event which has quickly become a favorite among seasoned gardeners and beginners alike. A huge selection is available for every garden."

Throughout the weekend there will be demonstrations and mini-seminars. Learn tips and get valuable information about your gardens and plants.

FLPA says, "This year our Plant Sale will feature a wide variety of hard to find and popular favorite annuals for you to fill your gardens, decks and patios with explosions of color and fragrance! Annuals are easy to plant and care for and will make a perfect solution to boost your home’s curb appeal or make your outdoor spaces more cozy. Most varieties will bloom continuously all season, lighting up your gardens with bold vibrant colors to enjoy."

A complete schedule is posted on the FLPA website.

FLPA Member Preview Night is Friday, May 19.

To learn more, visit the FLPA website here.

Lasdon Park, 2610 Amawalk Road, Route 35. Katonah

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58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show This Weekend!

58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show

The 58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show features 185 juried artists from 26 states, Canada, and Israel, including 34 new artists. The show is ranked #2 Fine Art and Design Show in the Nation, based on sales reported by exhibitors to Sunshine Artist, a premiere art and craft show publication. A broad range of art in every medium and price point will be on display, including painting, printmaking, drawing, pastels, mixed mediums, sculpture, photography & digital art, wearable art, and fine crafts. Free personal consultants, trained in fine art and interior design, are available to assist visitors in selecting art that best fits their taste and decor.

“The Armonk Outdoor Art Show is a must-see event every fall for thousands of discerning art lovers from the Hudson Valley and NYC metro area” said Anne Curran, Executive Director of the show. “It’s also a fun experience for the whole family with free activities for kids and collaborative art projects, great food vendors, and beer and wine. So, come for the art and stay for the fun.”

Come for the Art...

The 58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show continues its long tradition of showcasing well curated and diverse fine art.

Learn about what inspires our 2019 Featured Artists:
Jennifer Ardolino, Michael Patterson, Evan Lorberbaum, Natalya Khorover Aikens and Nnamdi Okonkwo.

Stay for the Fun! 

Free Fun-Filled Activities for All Ages

Art and entertainment for kids ages 1-5 with adult participation
Interactive programs for kids ages 5-12, sponsored by The Harvey Schooland Emerald Tree & Shrub Care Company
And an Engaging Alliance of Arts Organizations:
Food, Craft Beer and Wine – Diverse Vendors and New Additions!
Including: Luke’s Lobster, Captain Lawrence Brewing, Fortina and BBQ by Taylored Menus
General $14.00, Seniors $12.00, 18 and under: Free

Ample free parking on site. Sorry, no dogs allowed.

58th Annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show
Saturday & Sunday, September 21 & September 22
10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Rain or Shine.
205 Business Park Drive, Armonk, NY 10504
Show Benefits North Castle Public Library

Learn more:

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Westchester County Partners with Family Services To Get Kids in Need Back to School Ready

Annual Program fills 1,200 backpacks with new school supplies for low income Westchester County children

Helping local children start the new academic school year ready to learn, Westchester County partnered with Family Services of Westchester to launch the “Backpacks to School” Program for 2019. Each summer, The Sharing Shelf, a program of Family Services of Westchester, runs a county-wide drive between May and August to raise the funds needed to purchase new school supplies for elementary, middle and high school students. The Sharing Shelf is seeking to raise $35,000 to fill at least 1,250 backpacks with new binders, notebooks, folders, crayons, pencils, pens and paper this year.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer said: “When we think back on our ‘first day of school’ memories from childhood, we probably think about our Mom or Dad dropping us of at school with a new book bag, filled with new school supplies for the year. But for many kids living in Westchester County, a backpack filled with colourful notebooks, a lunch box, pencils and pens, is something they can’t afford. A new backpack stuffed with school supplies can make all the difference, and this program helps us to do just that.”

The Sharing Shelf Program Director Deborah Blatt said: “The Sharing Shelf believes that every child deserves to start the school year prepared and ready to learn. Keeping children in school is one of our goals. We are proud to partner with Westchester County to ensure that so many low income children will walk through the school doors next month with a new backpack and new school supplies. We hope each child will have a smile on their face and confidence in their step, putting them on the path to learning and future success."

Businesses and employees who have already pledged their support for the 2019 backpack drive include Regeneron, Schott, SwissRe, Dechert LLP and the Westchester County Department of Corrections union.

In 2018, the Sharing Shelf distributed over 1,450 backpacks and over 35% were requested by Westchester County’s Department of Social Services. Nearly 60,000 Westchester County children live in low-income homes, and 36% qualify for free or reduced price lunch. Meanwhile, the average family spends $122 on school supplies, a sum that can be out of reach for low-income families and those living below the poverty level in Westchester County.

The backpacks will be distributed before Labor Day to children throughout Westchester County. To find out more about how to help or to donate, please contact The Sharing Shelf Program Director,

Deborah Blatt at or (914) 305-5950. You may also visit

About Family Services of Westchester

Family Services of Westchester, Inc. (FSW) is a private, not-for-profit agency serving our community since 1954. Headquartered in Purchase, FSW runs more than 50 social service and mental health programs that reach 30,000 children, teens, adults, and families a year. Programs include adoption and foster care for children; Head Start and Pre-K programs for Westchester’s youngest students; Big Brothers/Big Sisters and other mentoring programs for teens; social support for the elderly; assistance to veterans; and educational and support services for people living with HIV/AIDS. We are licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health to provide comprehensive mental health services at seven Family Centers (Hastings-on-Hudson, Mt. Vernon, Pelham, Port Chester, Sleepy Hollow, White Plains, and Yonkers) and five school-based mental health clinics. For more information about FSW, visit

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Entergy Screenings Under the Stars Brings Free Outdoor Movie TONIGHT

Entergy Screening Under the Stars TONIGHT "How To Train Your Dragon 3"

This summer, Sharc Creative and Westchester County Parks will showcase a family-friendly movie series on a 50 ft screen at the Kensico Dam in Valhalla. 

Friday, August 2 - HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3

The public arrives a few hours before dusk, blankets are scattered across the lawn, picnics are abundant, and the show lights up the sky. Memories are created.

Admission and parking are free.

Moviegoers should bring blankets, folding chairs and a picnic. Refreshments will also be available for sale. In the event of rain, the movie will be canceled.

Entergy Screenings Under the Stars is presented by Westchester County Parks and Sharc Creative.

Learn more here.

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Entergy Screenings Under the Stars Brings Free Outdoor Movies to Westchester July 12 and August 2

Entergy Screening Under the Stars Summer of 2019

This summer, Sharc Creative and Westchester County Parks will showcase a family-friendly movie series on a 50 ft screen at the Kensico Dam in Valhalla.

Friday, July 12 - HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3
Friday, August 2 - HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3

The public arrives a few hours before dusk, blankets are scattered across the lawn, picnics are abundant, and the show lights up the sky. Memories are created.

Admission and parking are free.

Moviegoers should bring blankets, folding chairs and a picnic. Refreshments will also be available for sale. In the event of rain, the movie will be canceled.

Entergy Screenings Under the Stars is presented by Westchester County Parks and Sharc Creative.

Learn more here.


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CHADD Meeting on Monday, April 8: Special Education Is Not Just Academics


CHADD (Children and Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is a national non-profit, parent-based organization that offers support and information on AD/HD. Meetings are the 2nd Mon of each month.

Support Session: 6:15 - 7:15 PM - facilitated by our Social Workers

General Meeting: 7:30 PM

  • Topic: "Special Education Is Not Just Academics" Addressing Social-Emotional Well Being
  • Speaker: Michael Gilberg, Esq. -- Special Education/Disability Attorney

A $5.00 Donation is requested of nonmembers. This can be applied toward membership the same evening.

Our new location:

Select Human Services, Inc.

17-19 Marble Ave 

Pleasantville, NY 10570 (Visit us online It is a brick building with 'Select' in the glass window.

Look for our yellow CHADD signs too.

Free Parking after 6 PM:

  • At meters on the street
  • OR in the lot behind the building. Even though there are names on the spaces, they are also available.

4 minute walk from Pleasantville train station, where you can catch a Harlem line train or a Westchester Bee Line bus.

]]> (Kerry Anne Ducey) Events Tue, 19 Mar 2019 11:38:14 -0400
POSTPONED! Harvey Cavalier Summer Camp OPEN HOUSE is Now Saturday, March 9!

Harvey Cavalier Summer Camp, originally planned for today, Saturday, March 2, has been postponed due to the weather. The Open House will now take place on Saturday, March 9 from10:00 am to 2:00 pm. 

At The Harvey Cavalier Camp, kids design their own camp day. They can choose from more than 50 engaging activities within technology, dance, crafts, athletics, swimming, ice skating, fine arts, and performance. If kids can imagine it, we probably offer it! Create a camp day that works with your family's schedule and summer plans. Full-day programs include lunch, a T-shirt, and a sports bag.

Call today (914-232-0581) to register and learn more Harvey Cavalier Summer Camp.

Visit Harvey Cavalier Summer Camp online here.

Harvey School is located at 260 Jay Street, Katonah.

Harvey Cavalier Summer Camp

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25 Prospect Street Comes to Jacob Burns Film Center Tomorrow!

Documentary 25 Prospect Street at Jacob Burns Film Center on February 27

On Wednesday, February 27 beginning at 7pm, 25 Prospect Street will be shown at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, NY.

25 Prospect Street is a documentary about the Prospector Theater, which is an incredible theater located in Ridgefield, CT which provides employment opportunities to people with disabilities.

The Town of New Castle hopes to follow the model of the Prospector Theater for our Chappaqua Performing Arts Center, working with our Every Person is Connected (EPIC) Committee.

]]> (Town of New Castle) Events Tue, 26 Feb 2019 11:10:00 -0500
Paul Shaffer Announced as Special Guest Performer Thursday Night at Harvey

Bedford’s Paul Shaffer, longtime late-night TV band leader and sidekick for David Letterman, will be a special guest performer this Thursday at 7 p.m. at Harvey Presents: Grace Kelly and Kirsten Maxwell in the Walker Center for the Arts in Katonah.

In what promises to be an outstanding evening of musical entertainment, Shaffer, a singer, composer and musician, will take Harvey’s Lasdon Theater stage in the show headlining two young, rising stars in the music industry.

Grace Kelly, a singer and saxophonist who tours nationally and internationally, has also performed several times in the house band for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” She is a recent winner in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Kirsten Maxwell, who accompanies herself on guitar, has been compared to Joan Baez, Judy Collins and Joni Mitchell. The New York native has opened for several top acts, including Melissa Etheridge. Each young artist will perform as part of a double bill. 

Tickets for Harvey Presents: Grace Kelly and Kirsten Maxwell are $30 for adults and $20 for students.

For more information or to purchase tickets for the event, visit

]]> (Chris DelCampo) Events Mon, 18 Feb 2019 09:12:59 -0500
Pleasantville Blood Donors Will Receive $5 Amazon Gift Card

 Urgent need for blood and platelet donations

Donate by Dec. 19 and receive a $5 Gift Card

The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood and platelet donors from Pleasantville to give now to ensure blood is available for medical treatments and emergencies during the holiday season.

Blood and platelet donations often decline during the holidays. Regular donors are busy with holiday activities, and travel and severe winter weather may cause blood drive cancellations. Yet donations remain critical for patients like 4-year-old Wyatt Monacelli who is in the midst of intense chemotherapy treatments for leukemia. He has received a number of transfusions since his diagnosis in June and will likely need more. Locations in and around Pleasantville are:

town date time location address
Greenwich 12/1/2018 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. First Presbyterian Church 1 West Putnam Ave
Greenwich 12/8/2018 8 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. Greenwich Public Safety Complex/New Greenwich Police Department 11 Bruce Place
Greenwich 12/12/2018 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Greenwich Town Hall 101 Field Point Road
Stamford 11/30/2018 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Bobby Valentine's Sports Academy 4 Largo Drive S
Stamford 12/8/2018 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Tully Health Center 32 Strawberry Hill Court
Stamford 12/15/2018 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. St Cecilia Catholic Church 1184 Newfield Ave.

“We are fortunate to have had so many donors give the gift of life to our child so far throughout the course of his treatment, and even more so, we are lucky to have had a supply of blood available for him when he needed it,” said Julianna Monacelli, Wyatt’s mother.

Donors are urged to give now to ensure that families like Wyatt’s don’t have to worry about the availability of blood this winter. In thanks for helping meet the urgent need around the holidays, all those who come to donate blood or platelets now through Dec. 19, 2018, will receive a $5 Gift Card via email. (Restrictions apply; see More information and details are available at

Make an appointment to donate blood or platelets by downloading the free American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Another way to help keep the blood supply strong is to host a Red Cross blood drive this winter. To learn more about hosting a blood drive and to sign up, visit

How to donate blood
Simply download the American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to make an appointment or for more information. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor card or driver’s license or two other forms of identification are required at check-in. Individuals who are 17 years of age in most states (16 with parental consent where allowed by state law), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements.

Blood and platelet donors can save time at their next donation by using RapidPass® to complete their pre-donation reading and health history questionnaire online, on the day of their donation, before arriving at the blood drive. To get started, follow the instructions at or use the Blood Donor App.

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