Relay For Life

The case for a sixteen year old from Guatemala who attempted to enroll in Mamaroneck High School has a major development. The teenager had been denied access to MHS due to his having already completed the highest level of education in his native country. The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) appealed the decision to the state on behalf of the student. Earlier this week, the state education commissioner Mary Ella Elia decided that MHS must allow the student to enroll at the school, at least temporarily. Gisella Marroquin, the regional organizer for the NYCLU explained to The Local Live the Guatemalan educational system to help us understand some of the confusion surrounding the case. The civil liberties lawyer then explained the process of appealing the student’s decision to the state. At this time, the decision is only temporary, and will not impact the final determination, which will be decided in the coming months. Debbie Manetta, a spokesperson for the Mamaroneck School District, said, “We continue to believe strongly that all children have the right to a public education. However, we recognize that in accordance with the Commissioner of Education’s Regulations, we are expected to make determinations of eligibility that may serve to exclude some students from enrolling in our school system”.  We keep you informed with any new developments in this story.

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The 2016-17 school budgets for both the Mamaroneck School District and the Rye Neck School District were held this past Tuesday. The Mamaroneck budget of $133 million dollars passed with


85% of voters who approved the budget. The new budget, which is approximately $750 thousand dollars less than last year’s will help to decrease the Mamaroneck school tax by an estimated 4.57%. Dr. Robert Shaps, the Mamaroneck School Superintendent, thanked the community for coming together and approving the budget in an email to the district. He said, “Maintaining the quality of education we provide in Mamaroneck Schools is our priority. Once again, we appreciate the level of community involvement with the budget process leading up to today and thank all community members who came out to vote”. The Rye Neck School District’s budget of $40 million dollars was also passed with over 80% voting to approve.

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In other school district news, Rina Beder and Sari Winter edged out Michael Rosenbaum and were elected to the Mamaroneck School Board.

At this week’s Village of Larchmont Board of Trustees, the members and coaches of the Mamaroneck High School’s Girls 4-by-800 Meter Relay, the Girls Field Hockey and the Boys Ice Hockey teams were honored. The relay team was praised for their national championship, while the field hockey and ice hockey teams were acknowledged for their championships at the state level.

Mayor Lorraine Walsh presented Official Village Proclamations to track coach, Robert Morrissey, field hockey coach, John Savage and ice hockey coach, Mike Chiapperelli. Each coach spoke a few words about the success of their teams. Then each student athlete was introduced given special certificates.

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In our Round Table discussion, Mike Witsch spoke with Relay For Life volunteers, Kaitlin Chieco, Randi Spatz and Diane Sjostedt about their upcoming event which will be held this weekend to help support cancer research.

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With the regular season coming to an end, the Rye Neck baseball team, they had a 3-0 lead over Keio Academy of New York. Panther first baseman, Frankie Capparelli was able to keep the Unicorns off the scoreboard with an outstanding play that made our LMC Varsity Sports Play of the Week.

What is Stemtastic Saturday? It’s a program that highlights the talents of our future engineers, scientists and mathematicians. Local Live reporter Rebecca Paganini spoke with the people behind the event.

Looking for some fun after dinner? Then check out Pinot’s Palette on Mamaroneck Avenue. Local Live reporter met with the owners of the new establishment where you can have some wine while you paint.

Our Pet of the Week is Ellie, a 3-year-old Pastel Calico who loves to be the center of attraction and will quickly fit right in her new forever home. She is up-to-date with all her shots. To learn more about Ellie or other pets like her, visit

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The 26th Annual LMC-TV Awards Night in which LMC shows and volunteers are honored will be held next Wednesday at 7 p.m. Hope to see you there!




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Let’s Talk about School Budgets with Two Superintendents

In our last program, we informed you about a controversy surrounding possibly discriminatory housing practices in some Westchester towns and villages. A new development was added this week when a New York Post article labeled Mamaroneck as a “leafy area” and implied that it was an example of a homogeneous New York suburb. The article, which criticized the Obama administration’s attempt to encourage diversity in wealthy suburbs, mentioned that the fair market rent for a one-bedroom apartment in New York City would be lower than rentals in suburbs such as Mamaroneck. The Village of Mamaroneck, led by Mayor Norman Rosenblum, is fighting back. In an open letter to the Editorial Board of the New York Post, Rosenblum called the article “exasperating and ironic” and invited the Board to review and re-assess its claim. We will keep you posted as this story continues to unfold.

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On Monday of this week, The Village of Mamaroneck authorized improvements to the Harbor Island Conservancy’s plant and walkway around the gazebo at the intersection of Delancey Street and Boston Post Road. June Ottinger spoke on behalf of the Conservancy in a presentation which featuring an artist’s rendering of the proposed update. The Village Board of Trustees approved the project unanimously. Changes will be seen in the Harbor this summer.

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Screen Shot 2016-05-19 at 12.58.37 PM“If I would not tell the story, who would?” That’s what Salomea Kape, a Holocaust survivor and Larchmont resident, told a group of Mamaroneck High School tenth graders earlier this week. With a PowerPoint presentation, Kape told her story about life in a Polish ghetto during World War 2.  English teacher, Evan Madin spoke about the importance of exposing his students to these types of experiences, saying, “This is living history. I want my students to think about the fact that one their kids will ask them about this. There are not many opportunities left to hear from Holocaust survivors.

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On Thursday, F.E. Bellows Elementary School finished their annual K through 5 art show. Art teachers, Dara Goodman and Trisha Appel ran the event, which showcased student art in a number of different styles.  According to Goodman and Appel, “The arts are such a vital part of your child’s education. We are thrilled to be part of the source that propels these creative, well-rounded global thinkers into society”. The event was a great success, and we would like to congratulate everyone who participated.

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In our Round Table discussion, Mike Witsch spoke with the Mamaroneck School District’s Superintendent, Dr. Robert Shaps and the Rye Neck School District’s Superintendent, Dr. Peter Mustich regarding the upcoming school budget for both districts.
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Screen Shot 2016-05-19 at 1.11.17 PMThe Rye Neck High School Softball team hosted a round robin style tournament this week. In Game 2, after running into some trouble, relief pitcher Alicia Rodriguez got two quick outs with one stellar play to make our Play of the Week.

Last week, a new public arts initiative was launched with the unveiling of sculptures by artist Ernest Shaw.

It’s that time again, when LMC-TV celebrates the efforts of their volunteers by awarding their best work. The annual LMC-TV Awards Night will be held on May 25th.

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Sadie, a beautiful jet black cat is about five years old. She loves rolling over to have her belly rubbed. She is gentle and affectionate. She will probably do best in a household with one or two adults who can give her the attention that she deserves. For more information on Sadie, and other pets, visit

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Flooding Update

Seven Westchester municipalities, including Larchmont should be sued by the federal government, according to a report made last week by attorney James Johnson, the monitor overseeing the implementation of a 2009 settlement between Westchester and an anti-discrimination group over affordable housing. In 2009, Westchester County was sued for taking Department of Housing Development block grants without spending it on fair and affordable housing. In the settlement, Westchester agreed to build 750 units of affordable housing in areas that were shown to be primarily white in the 2010 census. Additionally, the county said that it would challenge municipal zoning laws which may work to discourage low-income housing. Many communities, including the Town of Mamaroneck, have fulfilled those duties, adopting an inclusionary model that requires that 10% of new developments include affordable housing. However, Johnson is saying that that some other communities, including Larchmont, have not changed their zoning laws and must adopt this inclusionary model. Needless to say, Johnson and County Executive Rob Astorino have not agreed on this matter since Astorino was elected to the position in 2009. In a sit-down discussion with LoHud this past December, Astorino maintained his position that the county has no power over building permits, and accused the Department of Housing and Development of holding a “gun to their heads”. In the meantime, Johnson has accused Astorino of actively deceiving the public with claims that the project, which is planned to cost over $50 million, could end up costing a billion dollars. The momentum currently resides with the county after an appeals court ruling last year that deemed the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s withholding of funds without judicial oversight as illegal. Astorino was very pleased with the decision, stating that it proved that there had been no wrongdoing by the county.

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Newly elected Village of Larchmont Mayor, Lorraine Walsh did not wish to comment on the issue. The Local Live talked with several Larchmont residents to find out how affordable housing in the Village really is.

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The Local Live spoke with Sarah Cody, the President of the PTA and one of the three M-A-S-Parents, who are joining efforts with the school district and the entire community to save the CO-OP camp. She stated that for the last five years, the district has struggled to have enough resources to keep offering the CO-OP camp, which is a summer camp offered at Mamaroneck Avenue Elementary School  that has been in effect for over twenty years.Currently, Jonathan Sacks, Nicole Sheindlin and Sarah Cody are looking to fundraise enough money to save the camp for this year, but their main goal is come up with an new concept that would allow the camp to continue in the future.

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Last month, eight Rye Neck High School were honored at the “Future Film Festival”, with their film “Slasher Parole”, which won for Best Comedy. The film festival is held annually at the Pelham Picture House and celebrates high school student filmmakers from all over Westchester County. Forty short films were submitted in categories such as drama, documentary, and musicals. Rye Neck’s film stood out as one of the best. The Local Live would like to congratulate Jake Fagen, Bria, McClain, Davidson Mede, Gabriel Ajram, Alissa Luceno, Alyssa Rainaldi, Raven Parham and Brian Cucchiara on a job well done. We look forward to seeing what you’re going to do for next year!

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The Executive Director of the Community Resource Center, Milan Bhatt is leaving Mamaroneck to join Governor Andrew Cuomo’s team, as the new Assistant Deputy of Labor. The Local Live wishes Milan the best of luck in his future endeavors.

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On the Republican side of the race for president, both Ted Cruz and John Kasich have officially ended their campaigns after suffering huge losses in the Indiana primary, leaving Donald Trump as the presumptive nominee. As for the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton winning 53% to Clinton’s 47% in Indiana. The win gave Sanders’ campaign an incentive to continue on the convention in Philadelphia, despite the fact that at this time, he has virtually no chance of passing Clinton in the delegate count.

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In our Round Table discussion, Maura and Mike spoke with Village Manager, Richard Slingerland and Tony Gelber, Chairman of the Village’s Flood Mitigation Advisory Committee. They updated us about the Army Corps of Engineers’ plan for a flood mitigation plan for the Mamaroneck and Sheldrake Rivers Basin.

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While playing league rival Ursuline, the Mamaroneck Girls Lacrosse team player, Karina Steigerwald had just one second to try to even the score after a foul was called late in the first to make our Play of the Week.

This past Sunday, the 10th annual Wine Trail was held and despite the rainy weather had a good turnout. Local Live reporter, Veronica Puma covered the event.

Still looking for a last minute Mother’s Day gift? How about a massage and a facial spa? Cat Galeano visited Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa which recently opened on Mamaroneck Avenue.

Our Pet of the Week is Toby, a 3-year-old Pit Bull. He loves to snuggle, play fetch and romping around the play yard with his dog friend, Nori. He loves being close to you and he thinks he’s a lap dog. He walks nicely on a leash and is a favorite of the volunteers at the kennel. He would love a forever home with a yard and people who will play with and adore him like he once had. For more information regarding Toby or other pets like him, please go to

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“Earth Day Lesson”

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The presidential primaries came to New York this past week with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump winning their respective parties, getting both closer to facing each other in the election this November. Trump was named the Republican winner shortly after the polls closed at 9:00 p.m. Clinton’s declaration came roughly a half hour later. Supporters of Bernie Sanders complained about inaccurate opening times and missing voter names at Brooklyn polling stations, causing the New York City Mayor and Comptroller to call for an investigation into the city’s Board of Elections. Primaries in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island on April 26th are next for the candidates.

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During the recent Mamaroneck Board of Election meeting, the Superintendent and Board approved the appointment of Jenny Rodriguez as the new Assistant Principal at Mamaroneck High School. Her term will begin July 1, 2016, when she will replace Dr. Michael Mercanti-Anthony. Mercanti-Anthony was named as the Interim Assistant Director of Special Education for the school district last month. Mamaroneck School District Superintendent, Dr. Robert Shaps said “We’re thrilled to welcome Ms. Rodriguez to the Mamaroneck schools family”. She spent the last seven years as the instructional leader and Assistant Principal at Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School in New York City.

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The U.S. News & World Report recently conducted their annual ranking of the best American high schools. Rye Neck was ranked at number 31 in New York State and 174th in the country, while Mamaroneck came in at 47 in the state and 394th in the country. U.S. News & World Reported employed the help of social science research firm RTI International to amass its rankings. They measured schools with the use of four key metrics: math and reading proficiency for all students, testing proficiency for disadvantaged students, graduation rates and college readiness via Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate test data.


On this weeks round table discussion we had Anna Giordano, executive director of We Future Cycle come and give us a lesson on composting and to make us aware of different ways to preserve our environment.

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The Rye Neck Girls Lacrosse team played against Valhalla in a game this week where leads flip-flopped. With the game tied at 11, Panthers defender Allision Baal raced down the field and unleashed her bag of tricks in our Play of the Week.

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Our Pet of the Week is Delilah, an adorable Spaniel mix puppy. She is about 10 weeks old and weighs around 10 pounds. She is very sweet, friendly and social. For more information on Delilah and other pets just like her, please go to

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“How to Pay for College”

This past week, Donald Trump was declared the Missouri primary winner. Bernie Sanders won Wyoming, Ted Cruz won Wisconsin and Hillary Clinton continues to lead the polls in New York. The Local Live has been covering the political rallies that happened near our community. This week, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich was in New Rochelle. Local Live producers, Sheyla Navarro and Cat Galeano and reporter Jack Wells were at the Governor’s Town Hall to file a report.

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At the April 11th Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees meeting, Mayor Norman Rosenblum updated the community about the Army Corps of Engineers Flood Mitigation Plan. As previously reported, the $70 million dollar project, which began in 2009, wants to help prevent flooding around the areas that are close to the Mamaroneck and Sheldrake Rivers. In order for the project to be in effect, it needs to be consistent with the Local Waterfront Rehabilitation Program or LWRP. The document consists of 44 policies, which aim to promote a balance between economic development and preservation of the Village of Mamaroneck coastal resources. After the Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission suggested that the Army Corps Project is inconsistent with many policies of the LWRP. In a March 28th public forum regarding the issue, residents spoke for over 3 hours about their support and concerns toward the project. The Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission of HCZMC is not the only one that has a consistency vote on the Army Corps Plan. The Department of State, or DOS, and the Village of Mamaroneck must also vote. Mayor Rosenblum stated that the Department of State did not find the flooding plan inconsistent with the LWRP, and requested more information in order to make a decision. After additional information is provided to the Department of State, the Army Corps of Engineers will need to submit a formal consistency determination. As of yet, the requested additional information has not been sent. Following the comments from residents, the Board unanimously passed a resolution to write a letter of support to the Department of State. The letter requests the DOS to inform the Village and the HCZM Commission of their decision.

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Mamaroneck High School Boys Lacrosse Team faced off against rival Lakeland/Panas. Junior goalie Jack Dente made two quick saves to keep the score tied early in the game and made our Play of the Week with his efforts.

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Our Pet of the Week is Mystery, an adorable and playful puppy. She loves her foster home, plays well with all the other dogs and is learning her manners. She is about 11 weeks old and weighs about 13 pounds. This little princess is super smart, eager to learn and loves to fall asleep in your lap. For more information on Mystery, as well as other pets, please visit

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Grow It Green Expo

A presidential primary was held this week in Wisconsin with Republican candidate Ted Cruz and Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders taking the lead. The next primary will be held in New York. The candidates held rallies all over the state. Donald Trump was on Long Island, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders were in the Bronx and John Kasich and Hillary Clinton were in Westchester. The Local Live reported on the different rallies in our area in what was to be a first for our news show. Hillary Clinton reached out to New Yorkers in an effort to gain their votes as Primary Day approaches. Producers Cat Galeano and Abriel St. Ange were there to file a full report from The Purchase rally. As Hillary Clinton’s rally at SUNY-Purchase rally came to a close, Bernie Sanders’ rally in the South Bronx was just getting underway. Producer Sheyla Navarro and Dena Schumacher were there to cover the event. This Saturday, Republican candidate John Kasich will be at Iona College. Our cameras and producers will be there to bring you all the proceedings. Coverage will be shown on next week’s show.

On Monday, former Village of Larchmont trustee, Lorraine Walsh was officially sworn in as the new mayor. Walsh and her Democratic team of trustees, Peter Fanelli and Carol Miller, ran unopposed. The Administration of Oaths was carried out by Justices Thea Beaver and Jerry Bernstein. Also in attendance for the Swearing-in-Ceremony were public officials from the Town of Mamaroneck and Senator George Latimer to express their congratulations. Lorraine Walsh stated that she will name a new deputy mayor soon. The Local Live will interview the new mayor of Larchmont on April 28th in our Round Table discussion.

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Also on Monday, there was a fire in the 6th floor laundry room of the Regatta apartment complex on Mamaroneck Avenue. According to Village of Mamaroneck Chief Craig Casterella, the fire was caused by a buildup of lint in between the 5th and 6th floor shaft which caused the fire to spread to the roof. There was concern for the residents who didn’t evacuate quickly enough. Thankfully, there were no reported injuries and everyone was evacuated safely to the Village conference room. Due to the fire, all of the laundry rooms at the Regatta are unavailable until further notice.

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In our Round Table discussion, Mike Witsch spoke with Sally Maca and Lisa Boillot,Co-Chairs of the Grow It Green Expo and event keynote speaker Kim Eirman regarding the Grow It Green Expo which will be held this Sunday at Larchmont Temple.

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The new multi-space meters are now on Mamaroneck Avenue and nearby parking lots.

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Our Pet of the Week is an adorable one-year-old Lab Mix named Scout. He is very sweet, friendly and always full of energy. He is ready for some never-ending fun, but he still needs some help with his manners and is not compatible with felines or small dogs. He is not only beautiful, but loving and can’t wait to have a loving forever home. If you want to adopt him, check out the website, for information on Scout as well as other pets.

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“Women: Career or Family?”

Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders came to our general area. Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton made a visit to SUNY-Purchase, while Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders spoke at St. Mary’s Park in the Bronx. Local Live reporters Cat Galeano and Sheyla Navarro were there to report on the events. We will more on both events next week.

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Screen Shot 2016-04-08 at 4.12.23 PMAt the latest Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees meeting, more than twenty Mamaroneck residents voiced their opinions and concerns to the Village Court about resolutions to the flooding issue in our area. The discussion lasted for over three hours. Resident reactions flared regarding The Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission’s recommendation to the Department of State. The Commission suggested that the $70 million dollar Army Corps of Engineers Flood Mitigation Plan is inconsistent with our Local Waterfront Rehabilitation Program, also known as LWRP. They claimed that the plan is inconsistent with several policies. What exactly is the LWRP and what effect does it have on the Army Corps Project? The LWRP is a document that was originally adopted in 1984. It consists of 44 policies which aim to promote a balance between economic development and preservation of our coastal resources. If the New York Department of State finds inconsistencies with our local LWRP, the Army Corps of Engineers flood mitigation plan will not move forward. Following the comments from the public, Mayor Norman Rosenblum and the Board decided that they require more information in order to make a decision on what will most benefit the community. Village Manager, Richard Slingerland told the Local Live that the project’s study stage has cost the Village about $8.3 million dollars.

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At the same meeting, the Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees discussed the Village annual budget for 2016-17, which was released on March 18th. Village Manager, Richard Slingerland stated that Village spending has increased by 2.7%. If the budget passes, Village residents could expect a slight property tax increase of 0.3%. At this time, the decision is still under revision. We will continue to follow this story and will report any developments.

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Residents of the Carlton House Apartment Complex in Larchmont reported that shots were fired this past Tuesday night. The Town of Mamaroneck Police responded to 911 calls from several residents who heard the gunfire. One family had a stray bullet come through the siding outside of their house, went through the sheetrock and landed in a glass liquor cabinet. The homeowner who did not want to be identified, stated that they were very scared. No injuries were reported. At this time, the police do not know who or what was being targeted. The police also found a parked purple Lexus convertible with several bullet holes. The police have been patrolling the Apartment complex on North Chatsworth in an effort to calm the residents and to look for suspects.

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In our Round Table discussion, Maura Carlin spoke with Christie Derrico, Village of Mamaroneck Justice, Chris Saphire, New Gen Cafe Manager and Nancy Silberkleit, Co-CEO of Archie Comics about the role of women in today’s society and whether to choose home or career in honor of Women’s History Month.

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Screen Shot 2016-04-08 at 4.35.33 PMLast week, more than 350 high school students, counselors and youth-workers, including several from our community, took part in Prideworks, an all-day conference for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) youth and their allies. The Local Live was there to file a report. We are hoping to have some of the recipients on a future Round Table discussion.

Amanda is a beautiful cat who was rescued from the streets by a pet rescue volunteer. She was shy at first but has gained more confidence to come out of her shell, thanks to lots of love. She is friendly and loves to be petted. She is ready for her forever home. For more information on Amanda as well as other pets, visit the website,

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