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At WJCS Wiener Academy Learning Comes Alive

Published: Monday, April 3, 2017

The WJCS Wiener Academy for Young Women is making learning fun and preparing 7th and 8th grade students for their futures

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Teens Team Up to Tackle Mental Health Stigma

Published: Tuesday, March 28, 2017

On Apr. 2 teen volunteers will Join forces to help stem the stigma of mental health illness. J-Teen Leadership, BBYO and WJCS will host a day of community mental health awareness

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WJCS Board Secretary Honored by Westchester Jewish Council

Published: Thursday, March 23, 2017

WJCS Board Secretary and avid volunteer, Shirley Shwiel, has been honored as the recipient of the Julian Y. Bernstein Distinguished Service Award by the Westchester Jewish Council

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Celebrating 10 Years of Support to WJCS Amazing Afternoons

Published: Monday, March 13, 2017

The 10th Annual Outreach Benefit Concert that sends children from Amazing Afternoons to summer camp will be held Sunday, Apr. 30, 2017. Mark your calendars! The "Transforming the Lives of Children through Music" concert at SUNY Purchase, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY, will again be sponsored by The Church of St. James the Less and the Children's Aid... Read More »

Local Candy Store Raises Funds for Harrison House

Published: Friday, February 10, 2017

Guess how many candy conversation hearts are in the jar and if you come closest to the total you win a $50.00 box of Blue Tulip Chocolates. The company is donating some proceeds to Harrison House

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United Way, FedEx Focus on Reading at WJCS Infant-Toddler Center

Published: Friday, February 3, 2017

Children and parents at the WJCS' Infant-Toddler Learning Center in Yonkers had a special visit from United Way's Alana Sweeny and Maryann Luna, as part of the United2Read Program

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MLK: Where Are We Now? Where Do We Go From Here?

Published: Thursday, January 19, 2017

WJCS' Annual Martin Luther King Commemoration featured inspiring and thought-provoking presentations themed "Civil Rights, 1960's - 2017: Where Are We Now?

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