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Posted on: November 19, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Saturday evening: learn how to cook delicious meals -and celebrate our cultural diversity

You can learn how to cook some delicious meals and celebrate our cultural diversity thanks to a fantastic committee in Ardsley that encourages residents to understand different cultures. And, a local Chorus is selling pies for the holiday

ARE YOU HUNGRY? Two suggestions


...if you don't want to cook help the Ardsley High School Chorus by purchasing a delicious pie

An organization Ardsley RACE encourages you to attend a free zoom event this Saturday --get delicious recipes from some of our local experts. And, appreciate delicious meals from different cultures.

 We have dishes, culture and nostalgia being presented from Jamaica, Haiti, India, Nigeria and Puerto Rico! Please join us as we share our culture! Please invite friends and family to join us as well! Looking forward to seeing you there!
Ardsley Race is a fantastic organization that encourages residents to appreciate our cultural differences.

9th annual AHS Select Chorus Thanksgiving Pie Sale!


It's that time of year!

Time for the annual AHS Select Chorus Thanksgiving Pie Sale!!


In the season of gratitude, celebrate by donating a pie.

It's easy to donate a pie to any of the chorus' three charity partners in Westchester county.

You may donate more than one! The cost to donate is $20 for each pie.

In addition, a portion of the net proceeds will go to the Eric Goldberg Foundation, in memory of our fellow AHS student, Eric Goldberg, who tragically lost his life earlier this year. 

Click to donate

Order soon! - no later than Nov. 25, 2020

Learn more about our charity partners below.

This holiday, with community safety and wellness in mind. We offer ALL pies as PIES for GIVING. All pies are made by Rockland Bakery. 

AHS Select Chorus raises funds for performance materials, transportation and use as needed so all members may all be together in their chorus activities. When safe to do so, we plan on another amazing singing year. Where Select Chorus can again perform concerts at Ardsley High School, Sloan Kettering, Rockefeller Center, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, the Jenkins Award, and on tour. Select gets better and better with each performance.  In a recent school year, Select performed over 20 times in six different languages in over 40 different songs. We look forward to sharing our songs again.

Here are examples of Select’s past performances posted online. (Singing the National Anthem at Madison Square Garden) (Singing Bohemian Rhapsody at Jenkins Award)

Your support helps our chorus bring music to many communities.

Many thanks for your support, dear neighbors!! 

From Ardsley High School Select Chorus


Here are our three charity partners

Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center does amazing work with children and their families.. Their vision statement is: Pursuing leadership and excellence by advancing innovative, loving care with transformational outcomes to medically complex children and their families. Essential workers at this center will receive the pies donated. 

Rockland Psychiatric Center helps adults with serious mental illness.

Mission: Hope, Respect, and Recovery for People with Mental Illness. Rockland Psychiatric Center is a NY State center provides treatment, rehabilitation, and support to adults 18 and older with serious mental illness. Clients at their satellite center in Mount Vernon will receive the pies donated.

Westhab's Coachman Family Center helps families transition from homelessness.

This year Select's baker agreed to deliver the pies, donated for Coachman families, to the center in White Plains so that families may each receive a holiday pie for Thanksgiving.

Have a delicious holiday season. PAUL FEINER

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