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1) Events: The Town of Clarkstown is offering the High Five program for four and five year olds not in kindergarten. The six-week afternoon program takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Street Community Center in New City and Fridays at the Pascack Community Center in Nanuet. It is a fun and non-competitive introduction to various sports with on developing motor skills, game concepts and teamwork through soccer, basketball and T-ball. The fee is $85. Call 639-6200 for more information or go here.
2) Events: Join the gathering for a candle lighting ceremony and the longest running Chanukah sing-a-long in Rockland County. It all begins at Nanuet Hebrew Center at 6 p.m. Details are here.
3) Weather: Morning clouds followed by afternoon with a chance of temperatures reaching 50°.
4) News: Readers are closely following the news about the derailed train, the victims and ongoing investigation. Get the latest updates here.
5) Blog: There is a new executive board in place for the Rockland Community Foundation. Learn about the new officers here.