Holiday Celebration! Hunterville residents were treated to a wonderful holiday party hosted by Robert and Bonnie Mongno. As the photos below attest, a fabulous time was had by young and old. These events let us review old friendships, initiate new ones, and spend some time to appreciate the very special community we have here. The hosts also get to show off their home, and all agreed the Mongno residence was outstanding.
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The 2018 cleanup crew, forty strong (39+Bill Kellner on camera) and better looking than ever.
This annual event is cathartic, aerobic, and just plain fun.
Come join us do battle with debris next earth day!
LOST and FOUND
Please call the Yorktown Police Dept Animal Control. Then, please contact Joan Kellner with any alerts for lost pets at
HUNTERSVILLE on the RESERVOIR
The village of Huntersville was settled 300 years ago in the Hunterbrook and Croton Valleys, predating the Town of Yorktown by a century. Much of the original settlement was flooded in 1906 by the creation of the New Croton Reservoir. Huntersville lies in the west of Yorktown, north of the Croton Reservoir between the Taconic Parkway on the east and the Town of Cortlandt on the west.
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