ARMONK, N.Y. - As the new year approaches, TheDailyArmonk.com has compiled a list of the top 10 stories to come out of town in 2011. We hope readers look back on these events, determine how they've impacted life in North Castle and reflect on how they may continue to influence the town in 2012.
September 11 Memorial
The town of North Castle honored the victims of 9/11 with a 10th anniversary ceremony. The memorial service, which was scheduled to be held in Wampus Brook Park, was moved to the Armonk Fire House because of rain. The memorial service started at 5:00 p.m. and included a special candelight ceremony to honor those who died in the terrorist attacks 10 years ago.
On December 10 with the Christmas holiday approaching, Armonk celebrated Frosty Day, which celebrates Frosty the Snowman, a character featured in a song written by a former Armonk resident who wrote it with Armonk in mind. A variety of activities, from a scavenger hunt for kids to the Frosty Day parade on Main St. were held. The street was lined with spectators and Frosty walked down Main St. at the end of the parade to Wampus Brook Park where a holiday lighting ceremony took place and a communityy Frosty the Snowman singalong was held.
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