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Thank you for your service and commitment,
Preston Wayne Brown
1966 - 2022

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As a Village of Elmsford (Town of Greenburgh) resident for over 50 years, Preston was a dedicated and faithful employee at the Fairview Greenburgh Community Center (Theodore D. Young Community Center) for 32 years having recently retired in May 2022.

Andre G. Early, Chairperson

Michael Owens,

Treasurer

Board of Directors

Angela Ciminello

James Bason

Leigh Burton

Anthony Epps

William Greenawalt

 

Terrance V. Jackson

Ex-Officio

The sole mission of the Fairview Community Corporation is to identify and facilitate the means to financially support the efforts and programs on behalf of the Town of Greenburgh's Department of Community Resources at the Theodore D. Young Community Center.

 

The purpose of the Fairview Community Corporation (d/b/a/ Friends of TDYCC) is to maintain an association of persons and organizations that are interested in a partnership to benefit the Theodore D. Young Community Center (TDYCC) facility.  TDYCC, in concept, began in 1967 and has been residing at 32 Manhattan Ave., White Plains, NY since 1972.  The goals of the Fairview Community Corporation is to assist with:

 

  1. Providing youth development services for the youth of the Fairview section of the Town of Greenburgh (“Greenburgh”);

  2. To support the programs and activities of the Greenburgh’s Department of Community Resources at the TDYCC;

  3. To stimulate use of the Theodore D. Young Community Center’s resources and services;

  4. To accept gifts, endowments and bequests to aid in providing youth development services for the youth of Greenburgh, all in order to support expanded and improved programs and opportunities for the youth and the community of the Town of Greenburgh.

The Fairview Community Corporation/Friends of TDYCC is a registered 501c3 tax-exempt entity that was created to support the educational, social, cultural, and recreational programs and activities that take place within the Theodore D. Young Community Center facility.