Giving Back

Yorktown Rotary Club Makes Hearts for Veterans

Yorktown Rotary Club members at work.

CORTLANDT, N.Y. - The Rotary Club of Yorktown joined forces with The Seabury in Cortlandt Manor in preparing heart-shaped cards for active military members and veterans. The cards thanking them for their service and wishing them a Happy Valentine’s Day will be sent to bases around the world and distributed at Veterans Hospitals in Montrose and the Bronx. The Seabury hopes to surpass the more than 1,100 cards that were distributed last year.

Individuals and organizations can create contribute to the Hearts for Veterans drive and drop personalized cards off at the Seabury before Feb. 19. The hearts should be 8.5 x 11 inches or smaller. Contact information may be included on the back of your card(s).

Groups and organizations are invited to come to the Seabury to decorate hearts with residents. Please contact Molly Greece at 914-737-2255 x5467 to schedule a date. The cards and decorating materials will be provided.

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