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CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS

The Town of Bedford’s Community Organizations Committee (COC) has published “Our Town,” a compilation of civic, charitable and special interest organizations within the Town. Marilyn Pellini of Katonah was instrumental in compiling this information. The booklet is available free of charge at the Town Clerk’s Office.

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BEDFORD HILLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

P.O. Box 162, Bedford Hills, NY 10507
914.381.3356

 

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KATONAH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

P.O. Box 389, Katonah, NY 10536
914.232.2668
www.katonahchamber.org

 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF NORTH EAST WESTCHESTER (LWVNEW)
PO Box 385, Cross River NY 10518

LWVNEW serves the communities of Bedford, Lewisboro, Mt. Kisco, North Salem & Pound Ridge.

The organization puts on candidate forums, mails out the Voters Guide,

registers voters and holds programs of interest. New members always welcome.

Email address: lwv.blns@gmail.com
Website:  LWVNEW

 

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF NORTHERN WESTCHESTER
43 Kensico Drive, 1st Floor, Mt Kisco, NY 10549
Tel: 914-234-4714 Fax: 914-234-4715
Email: info@jlnw.org

The Junior League of Northern Westchester is an organization of women trained for effective leadership in community activities and dedicated to the belief that volunteer service is an essential part of responsible citizenship.

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BEDFORD HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION (BHNA)
The Bedford Hills Neighborhood Association is a community-based organization seeking to enhance the overall quality of life for its residents, promote community cohesiveness, and create a safe, healthy environment for all.
www.bhna10507.com

 

ccnwTHE COMMUNITY CENTER
84 Bedford Road, Katonah, NY 10536
914.232.6572, fax 914.232.6574

communitycenter@optonline.net
www.communitycenternw.org

The Community Center, founded in 1992, assists persons in emergencies, in times of transition and in need by providing a supplemental food pantry and a clothing exchange.

The work of the center, an outgrowth of the local interfaith council, is supported by 23 sustaining sponsors that include schools, civic groups, synagogues and churches in Bedford, Bedford Hills, Katonah, Mt. Kisco, Pound Ridge and Lewisboro.

A not-for-profit organization, the Center offers career support, computer classes and classes in English conversation. When appropriate, referrals are made to government and private social service agencies for additional services.