Putnam Civil Air Patrol Cadet Open House

The Putnam County Composite Squadron, local unit of the Civil Air Patrol, is hosting an open house on Sept. 28, 1-3 p.m. at the Putnam County Bureau of Emergency Services, located at 112 Old Rout 6  in Carmel, NY. 

According to Major Elena MacDermant, squadron commander, students between the ages 12-18 and their parents are welcome to attend and learn about the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program. “CAP is an ideal organization for students interested in aviation, leadership, fitness, or a STEM career,” said MacDermant. 

Attendees will also learn about CyberPatriot, the premier national youth cyber education program created by the Air Force Association to inspire students towards careers in cybersecurity and other science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines critical to our nation’s future. 

The squadron is a recipient of multiple Civil Air Patrol Quality Cadet Squadron Awards for commendable cadet programs performance.

Contact Information
  1. Major Elena MacDermant
  2. (845) 216-5433
  3. elenamac@aol.com
Sat, September 28
1:00 pm — 3:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 09/28/2019 1:00pm 09/28/2019 3:00pm America/New_York Putnam Civil Air Patrol Cadet Open House

The Putnam County Composite Squadron, local unit of the Civil Air Patrol, is hosting an open house on Sept. 28, 1-3 p.m. at the Putnam County Bureau of Emergency Services, located at 112 Old Rout 6 in Carmel, NY.

According to Major Elena MacDermant, squadron commander, students between the ages 12-18 and their parents are welcome to attend and learn about the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program.

112 Old Rout 6 Carmel, NY 10512

Putnam County Bureau of Emergency Services

112 Old Rout 6
Carmel, NY 10512

Sign Up for E-Calendar

Mahopac
FILED UNDER

Education

TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-Calendar

Mahopac

More Than a ‘Mascot’

October 16, 2019

There are six public school districts in Halston Media’s coverage area.

Two of them, or one-third, have chosen the Indian to represent their athletic teams: Katonah-Lewisboro and Mahopac.

I’m not going to rehash the debate whether the term Indian, on its own, is pejorative. Hundreds of writers more skilled than myself have already tackled the subject, and their articles are ...

Beware the Troll Patrol

When the indomitable comedian Betty White (now 97) hosted Saturday Night Live nine years ago, she acknowledged the power of social media in thrusting her onto the iconic show. 

“I have so many people to thank for being here,” she began her monologue, “but I really have to thank Facebook. When I first heard about the campaign to host Saturday Night Live, I didn’t ...

How about some broccoli with your milkshake?

Northern Westchester commuters traveling Metro North Railroad’s Hudson River line will recognize the name Philipse Manor as one of the stations along the route, nested in the town of Sleepy Hollow. For a passerby, what else is there to know?
Well, there’s this…

In the latter half of the 18th century, one Adolph Philipse owned a sprawling 52,000-acre provisioning plantation, ...

Little boy lost... finds his soulmates

What does a writer do when an elegy to the mother he lost at a tender age 60 years ago touches so many who read it that their effusive and compassionate responses warm his heart? 

He expresses his gratitude at the next available opportunity. Like now.

Gratitude to those who took the time to reach out and touch him. 

Gratitude also to the publisher of this paper (Halston Media) ...

Town Board Elections

October 11, 2019

To the Editor; I normally do not respond to letters in your fine newspaper, but I took exception to what the candidate to the town board, Jean Hopper said about another candidate and past Deputy County Town Supervisor and Councilman Frank Lombardi. I have had the pleasure to work with Frank on so many charity and civil fundraiser events and have seen the character he possesses and his drive ...