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Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon

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Dr. Reilly Fallon is a Board Certified Wound Care Specialist and Foot and Ankle Specialist in New York City. She served two consecutive terms on the Medical Executive Board of St. Vincent's Midtown Hospital in Manhattan, the Credentials Committee and was Clinical Supervisor of Interns & Residents in the Department of Surgery. She presently works as Foot and Ankle Surgeon for the Midtown Manhattan Health Center. She is also the Founder and Chairwoman of Heavenly Productions Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) not for profit whose mission is to help children in distress. Dr. Reilly Fallon serves as an Executive Board Member on the March of Dimes and is a Board of Trustee's Member of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in NYC, an affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, Metropolitan Hospital Center and the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System.

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  1. Spotlight On: Armonk's Anthony Gizzi Graduates From Full Sail

    Spotlight On: Armonk's Anthony Gizzi Graduates From Full Sail

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- A full-time course load led to Armonk resident Anthony Gizzi earning a bachelor's degree in two instead of four years.How did he do it?By attending Full Sail University in Florida, where students can attend classes up to 40 hours a week that run on a monthlong, rather than a semesterlong schedule.The Byram Hills High School graduate earned his degree in film and ...

  2. North Castle Library Stages 'The White Oak Of Johnson'

    North Castle Library Stages 'The White Oak Of Johnson'

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- North Castle Public Library's Whippoorwill Hall will host "The White Oak of Johnston" during the last two weekends of July. "The White Oak of Johnston" is Thomas J. Morrissey's play about someone who wants to bury his dog under the big white oak on the family farm he hasn't visited in 19 years.Performances will take place July 21-23 and 27, 29 and 30 ...

  3. Kids Learn Fundamentals Of Basketball At Armonk Camp

    Kids Learn Fundamentals Of Basketball At Armonk Camp

    ARMONK, NY. – Kids were eager to learn basketballs skills at the Fundamentally Sound Basketball Camp in Armonk, which featured 60 boys and girls attending the first week of the two-week camp earlier this monthHeld at the Church of St. Patrick's gymnasium in Armonk and led by Coach Marty Durkin and Coach Marshall Reiff, Fundamentally Sound Basketball Camp is designed to teach ...

  4. Cafe Gruener In Armonk Satiates Summer Appetites

    Cafe Gruener In Armonk Satiates Summer Appetites

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Cafe Gruener in Armonk is busy serving customers in its first summer of operation at the Olive Branch Plaza in Armonk.The cafe opened last November, but is serving up coffee, tee, cold drinks and more at its indoor and outdoor seating areas this summer. The cafe also offers cakes, muffins, danishes, cookies, brownies, French toast, crepes, quiches, salads with grilled ...

  5. Armonk's Heavenly Productions Donates Teddy Bears To Orlando

    Armonk's Heavenly Productions Donates Teddy Bears To Orlando

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation, a charitable organization based in Armonk, will be donating and shipping 200 teddy bears and Heavenly Lullababies CDs to Orlando Medical Center in Orlando, Florida in honor of the 49 innocent people killed recently and 53 people injured during the Orlando nightclub massacre.The teddy bears and Heavenly Lullababies CDs will be distributed ...

  6. Summer Arts Series Opens At North Castle Public Library

    Summer Arts Series Opens At North Castle Public Library

    ARMONK, N.Y.. – The North Castle Library will kick off a Wednesday night summer arts series on Wednesday, July 6, and throughout the rest of the month.Professor Valerie Franco will introduce the series during the July 6 lecture and highlight French artists in advance of Bastille Day this month, focusing on Nicolas Poussin. July 13's lecture will highlight Andre Derain, one of the ...

  7. North Castle Hosting Orientations For Camp Kick-a-Poo, Camp Chippewa

    North Castle Hosting Orientations For Camp Kick-a-Poo, Camp Chippewa

    NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. – No more pencils, no more books, but what now?Each summer, parents grapple with what to do with their children. North Castle is offering a solution.Camp Kick A Poo, a day camp open to pre-schoolers, and Camp Chippewa, a day camp open to children in grades K-8, are ready to kick off the 2016 season.Led by Director Elizabeth Holdner and Assistant Director Sarah ...

  8. Irvington Eighth-Graders Explore Great Outdoors At O'Hara Nature Center

    Irvington Eighth-Graders Explore Great Outdoors At O'Hara Nature Center

    IRVINGTON, N.Y. -- Irvington Middle School students explored nature, learned about animals and composting, and practiced yoga during the annual eighth-grade field trip to the O’Hara Nature Center on May 27. In small groups, the students rotated through six hands-on stations and reflected on a variety of topics they had studied as part of their science curriculum. The eighth-graders ...

  9. Families With Ill Children Receive Dinner From Local Foundation, Restaurant

    Families With Ill Children Receive Dinner From Local Foundation, Restaurant

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Heavenly Productions Foundation recently teamed up John and Marie DeCicco of Armonk DeCicco's and Son's to serve dinner and desserts at the Ronald McDonald House in Valhalla, to families whose children are ill at the Maria Fareri Hospital. DeCicco's and Son's donated a tray of chicken parmigiana, a tray of penne pasta, salad with dressing and Italian bread. Desserts, ...

  10. CHILD Celebrates End Of School Year In Armonk

    CHILD Celebrates End Of School Year In Armonk

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Children Having Individual Life Differences (CHILD) will hold an end of school year night out on Wednesday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m. at DeCicco's.This end of the school year social will feature refreshments for sale and run for two hours. RSVP is appreciated but not required at child@bhptsa.org.

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