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SFCS Starry Night Fundraiser

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IT Takes A Village: A Scarsdale Showcase
SFCS' Annual Spring Fundraiser 
Thursday May 11, 2017

On Thursday evening May 11, 2017, Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service will host its annual Spring Fundraiser at the Scarsdale Golf Club.  This year's theme is "It Takes a Village: A Scarsdale Showcase.  

At SFCS, we recognize that "It Takes a Village" to keep Scarsdale the healthy and vibrant community that it is, both emotionally and economically.  That's why this year, we will be honoring our local businesses at our gala.  We will feature a showcase of clothing, shoes, accessories and other merchandise. The evening will feature cocktails, dinner and the music of the Del Bocas. 

Please join us as we support two great causes.  Event registration is now open.  Please go to for tickets and journal ad opportunities.  For more information please contact Joan Caputo at 914-723-3281.

     Time to get     S-O-C-I-A-L
Social Skill Groups for 
boys and girls ages 6-10 years old.
Spring Groups Begin
 April 18th and 19th 2017

Social skills are an essential component of a child’s academic success, behavior, and peer/ family relationships.  Using the evidence-based program, Second Step, S-O-C-I-A-L includes videos, interactive activities, and games to teach different elements of social skill development. Program outcomes include the ability to:
• Make friends
• Regulate difficult emotions
• Be empathetic
• Resolve conflict

Three parent workshops are provided as part of our program to support parents and help them model and reinforce the skills their children are learning.

For more information, or to schedule an intake, call
James Genova, LCSW
Scarsdale Rotary Wine Tasting Fundraiser
SFCS Starry Night Fundraiser

First Annual Thomas Sobol Service Award 
Winners Announced

Two long time Scarsdale employees, Christopher O’Brien, Director of Information Services for the Village of Scarsdale, and Christopher Renino, Assistant Principal at Scarsdale High School, will be the recipients of the first annual Thomas Sobol Award for Service to the Community. They will be honored at a luncheon to be held at the offices of Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service at noon on December 8th. The announcement was made on November 17th by SFCS Board President Kathy Steves. Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service is the sponsor of the Award.  Read More

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