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Suite Talk: Seth M. Mandelbaum, managing partner at McCullough, Goldberger &...

Mandelbaum's leadership spans several prominent nonprofit organizations.

White Plains attorney Seth M. Mandelbaum to chair Westchester Parks Foundation

Mandelbaum has served as the organization’s vice chairman since 2015.

Latimer confident county can succeed in running Playland

“We'll find out soon enough who's going to be running the park in 2020, but for right now it's our duty and obligation to run it in 2019,” the Westchester county executive said.

Suite Talk: Joseph A. Stout, executive director of the Westchester Parks...

Stout talks about his four-decade-long career, his devotion to parks and recreation and some of the misconceptions about the county’s park system.

Westchester Parks Foundation launches Clean River Project

The initiative, which will focus on the trash and pollutants affecting Westchester’s waterways, will be funded by a $12,500 sponsorship from Entergy Corp.

WPF receives $90K grant for camp

The Westchester Parks Foundation (WPF) recently received a $90,000 grant from Impact100 Westchester that will fund the construction of a second covered pavilion at Camp Morty in North Salem.

Con Ed provides $20,000 grant to Westchester Parks Foundation

Part of that money was used for a new informational kiosk at Sprain Ridge Park in Yonkers. Con Edison has funded six new informational kiosks at county parks.

Four join park board

The Westchester Parks Foundation announced that four new members have joined its board of trustees.

Parks honorees

Five longtime supporters of parks and open space were selected by the Westchester Parks Foundation to be honored at its 2017 gala celebration on Sept. 14.

Keller Williams adopts a park

In addition to arranging for volunteers to clean the Bronx River Reservation, Keller Williams donated $5,000 to the Adopt-A-Park program.

Program to wipe graffiti from parks

Thalle Industries is a sponsor for the 2017 season of the Westchester Park Foundation's anti-graffiti volunteer program “Graffiti Squad.”