Edgemont Japanese Women's Club (EJWC)
|EHS Rep||Sawako Gensure, email@example.com, 831-3300|
|Greenville Rep||Tomi Shimomura-Nevin, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Seely Rep||Makiko Makajima, email@example.com|
The EHWC functions as a liaison between the Japanese and the surrounding American community and helps newly-arived Japanese residents to adjust to their new environment. The EJWC schedules meetings. publishes a newsletter, and prepares its own handbooks in Japanese which provide useful information about the school system, community activities, and the local way of life.
Edgemont Newcomers Club
Nicole Michelson (SP) firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Webb (GRV) email@example.com
The Edgemont Newcomers Club welcomes all new and near-new residents of the Edgemont School District. Small and Informal, ENC provides social opportunities for newcomers to get to know the community, share experiences, and make new friends. Our monthly coffee morning is held from September to June in a member's home. Children are welcome. Residents who would like to meet new local friends are also welcome. For more information and to join, contact the committee members above, email us, or check us out on Facebook.
Greenville Community Theater
Michael Ferrara, 914-525-8842
Arlyne Goldberg, 914-725-3120
Greenville Community Theater is a not-for-profit group founded in 1965 by Edgemont resident George Shoemaker. Participants are involved in all areas of production for two fully-staged shows each year, plus free monthly workshops. The group is known for presenting original works of local playwrights. Annually, GCT presents the Shoemaker Award to Edgemont HS student(s) for outstanding work in theater activity. In memory of George Shoemaker, the company has also established a theater arts section in the EHS library.
Korean-American Families of Edgemont (KAFE)
|Contact||Jihye Kim 917-340-1814|
KAFE's mission is to promote social and community-oriented activities within and beyond Korean-American families in Edgemont. It also aims to assist Korean families new to the area to smooth their transition.
Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service
|Director||James Genova, LCSW, 914-723-3281|
|President||Kathy Steves, 723-3281|
Founded in 1920 and located in downtown Scarsdale, Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service (SFCS) provides individual and family counseling, couple therapy, parent support groups, social skills groups for children, summer outdoor adventures for teems, family life education and services for older adults. These services are available to people living or working in Scarsdale and Edgemont. Most health insurance pland are accepted. No person in need is ever turned away; fees for counseling services are based on a sliding scale schedule.
Student Employment Services
|Director||Madelon K. O'Shea|
|Assistant Director||Huw Thomas|
|Phone||914-725-1500 ext. 1579|
S.E.S., staffed by volunteers drawn from the school parent/guardian population, is the liaison between ambitious, hardworking students, ages 14 and up, and the residential and commercial communities. Students can provide a variety of services, including child care, assisting and/or entertainment at parties for adults or children, snow and leaf removal, tutoring on all levels, office work. odd jobs, etc. Involving parents in the school and helping students to a better understanding of the working world are S.E.S. goals. There is no fee for placement.
For more information see our page on the EHS website - ehs.edgemont.org - under the Parents/Students tab.
Greenville Fire District
The Edgemont (Greenville) Community is served by a combination paid and volunteer fire department with headquarters at 711 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583. The Fire District is administered by an elected Board of Commissioners, which is responsible for the operation of the Department, its budget, and the Fire District Taxes.
Boy Scouts Scarsdale Troop 8
Scoutmaster - Pedro Canas, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Boy Scouts aim to build character, develop fitness, and foster citizenship and leadership through a program of camping and public service. Troop 8 meets Thursday nights at 8pm in the Edgemont High School cafeteria.
|Service Unit Manager||Christine Asciutto, email@example.com|
Girl Scouts offers a program of recreational, educational, and community service activities for girls from kindergarten through high school. Troops are organized by grade and are led by trained adult volunteers. In addition to each troop's activities, girls participate in Scarsdale-Edgemont community programs as well as those offered by Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson. For more information, check us out.
Edgemont Cub Scout Pack 4
|Cubmaster||Marc Richmond, 914-874-3378, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Member Inquiries||Alison Inafuku Edge, email@example.com|
Cub Scouting is a family activity open to boys in 1st through 5th grades. It offers an outdoor-focused curriculum based on activities, skills and character, helping our Scouts to learn new skills and teamwork, develop independence, and strengthen family bonds. OUr activities have included outdoor camping, overnights on the Intrepid and Battleship New Jersey, community service projects and the famous Pinewood Derby. Join over 40 families who participated last year.