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  • New doctors join northern Westchester Hospital

    Several new physicians have joined the staff recently at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mt. Kisco with a range of specialties that include cardiothoracic surgery, plastic surgery, and oncology. Most likely the Hospital is using flyer printing to let the community know about these doctors and the services they add to the Hospital.

  • State bar professionalism award given to Mt. Kisco attorney

    The Committee on Attorney Professionalism of the Bar Association of New York State recently gave John S. Marwell, an attorney from Mt. Kisco, the Attorney Professionalism Award for 2014.

  • Interim president named at Westchester Community College

    Westchester Community College, located in Valhalla with other campus locations around Mt. Kisco, recently named John F. M. Flynn as its interim president.

  • Toy drive gets in Mt. Kisco motion

    For the rest of this week, a toy drive will be hosted by THE GYM of Armonk, which will go to support the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester, whose 36,000 square foot facility is located in Mt. Kisco. THE GYM, in collaboration with the Boys & Girls Club, is most likely using flyer printing to let people know about the toy drive and to encourage contributions.

  • Grand opening celebration held at Kidville Mt. Kisco

    Kidville, an enrichment center for children, held its grand opening celebration last Saturday and Sunday and is opening its doors for classes this week at its new location in Mt. Kisco. No doubt Kidville used flyer printing and poster printing to announce this event and the opening of the center to residents in the community with young children.

  • Chopping and changing seen among Mt. Kisco food offerings

    The new Chopt Creative Salad Company in Mt. Kisco held its grand opening at the beginning of the month with a taste of the newest food option in the community, during which customers who made a $2 donation to County Harvest were able to eat free during the lunchtime hour the day before the grand opening. No doubt Chopt used a variety of printing services to let the community become aware of this pre-grand opening event, which is part of its Chopt Gives campaign.

  • New Peachwave store bears fruit in Mt. Kisco

    Friday, September 13th was the ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening of Peachwave, new a frozen yogurt shop in Mt. Kisco. No doubt banner printing was used throughout the town to attract as many people as possible to this new business in the community.

  • Chopt coming to Mt. Kisco

    Mt. Kisco will become home to a Chopt Creative Salad Company, an announcement recently made by the company. Its CEO, Nick Marsh, started Chopt in 2001 in Union Square, New York City, and is originally from Larchmont. No doubt he will be using poster printing to make those in the town aware of this restaurant and its fresh new offerings.

  • Grand opening held for Taverna Pandesia in Mt. Kisco

    Last Thursday, July 11, a new Mt. Kisco restaurant held its grand opening, which many local business representatives and politicians attended. No doubt flyer printing and poster printing were used to announce the ribbon-cutting of Greek diner Taverna Pandesia to the local community so that as many people as possible would be in attendance.

  • Honor Your Parents Fundraiser held by child care center

    The spring challenge held by the Mt. Kisco Child Care Center (MKCCC) will have as its theme this year Honor Your Parents. No doubt the MKCC is using flyer printing and poster printer to announce this theme to the community so as to be able to raise as much money as possible for its annual fundraiser.