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Nyack Year Round Farmers Market Features Local Produce

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The Market offers a cornucopia of the best local produce and handcrafted goods ready to fill your tables and gift baskets.

Parking in the Artopee Lot is free until 2pm on Thursdays. Meters throughout the Village are in effect Monday-Saturday from 10am to 7pm. 

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RCC Announces April Career & Resource Fair Free And Open To The Public

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Rockland Community College will host a Career & Resource Fair on Thursday, April 4th from 11:00 – 3:00pm in the Fieldhouse on RCC’s main campus, Suffern, NY. The event is open to the public, entry is free for job seekers, and registration is not required.

Employers can participate and advertise part-time, full-time, and professional positions. Registration is open and free for employers but is required by March 29th, 2024, at 8:00 am. 

Employers are invited to participate, seizing the opportunity to gather resumes from outstanding local talent and showcase their available positions. Registration for employers is open until March 29, 2024 at 8:00 am. Interested employers must sign up on RCC 12Twenty platform (click “Sign up for an account” on the homepage) to register for the Career & Resource Fair.

For more information, contact Jessica Gilot, Interim Senior Career Navigator at RCC:
[email protected] or 845-574-4327.

Please help spread the word to companies looking for help and job seekers. https://sunyrockland.edu/2024/02/23/career-and-resource-fair/

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India Cultural Society of Rockland Collects Dozens of Coats for Winter Drive

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ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY – The India Cultural Society of Rockland winter coat drive collected dozens of jackets. All the donations were given to St. Paul’s church. The India Cultural Society of Rockland has been passionately keeping the torch of Indian culture alive in the Rockland County since 1972. ICSR is a non-profit organization representing over 500 families of Indian origin in the county of Rockland, Orange, and parts of New Jersey. ICSR is instrumental in promoting Indian culture, arts, music and heritage to local mainstream community through various events organized throughout the year. Every year ICSR holds a parade in New City. (Video below from 2023)

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