Healing without the high through industrial grade CBD oil products. Benefits and uses are many, including reducing pain, soothing anxiety, fighting cancer, improving mood, eliminating depression, preventing inflammatory arthritis, protecting the immune system, balancing the metabolism, aiding sleep disorders, and healing the skin, among others.
The 125 acre preserve, owned by the Town of Yorktown, offers summit views at 831 feet to the Croton Reservoir and dam; the Hudson River; the New York City skyline to the south; Bear Mountain, across the Hudson; the Hudson Highlands; and on a clear day, the ridge of the Shawangunks
Teatown is a 1000-acre nature preserve and education center located in the Lower Hudson Valley. Our mission is to inspire our community to lifelong environmental stewardship.
The Charles J. Newman Co.,LLC is dedicated to the management of risk to help protect and provide for individuals and families. Their goal is to help continue the lifestyle they have worked so hard to achieve no matter what circumstances arise.
FOR INDIVIDUALS:Life, Disability, Long Term Care Insurance and Annuities.
FOR BUSINESS OWNERS:Life and Disability insurance funding for Buy/Sell, Key Person and Loan Collateralization. – Estate Equalization and Business Succession Planning.
FOR COMPANIES:A full range of Employee Benefits including: Group Medical, Dental, Life, Long and Short Term Disability Insurance. – State Disability, Vision, and Travel & Accident Plans. Supplemental (Voluntary) “Payroll Deduction” programs for Life, Critical Illness, Disability and Accident.
Bet Torah Nursery School offers preschool classes for twos, threes and fours, as well as new expanded and enhanced Parenting Programs. A separation program is also available twice a week for children 18 months and older called Kitah Kitan. We also hold after-school enrichment sessions every day, with ten specialty classes including storybook theater, yoga, cooking, and music.
At Bet Torah Nursery School, they seek to enhance the total development of each child, socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively through a child-centered curriculum with an emphasis on Jewish values. They believe children learn best when their curiosity is aroused and all of their senses are engaged in learning.