1. 'Create Your Weight' Program at Lawrence Hospital Center: Create Your Weight is a 10-week, multifaceted adult weight management program that is scientifically based. The class is taught by Registered Dietitian Katie Campbell who focuses on the three most important aspects for long term, successful weight loss: education, physical activity and behavior change. The class will meet every Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. at Lawrence Hospital Center. To get acquainted with the program, there is a free introductory session on Tuesday, Jan. 7, in the Lobby Conference Room at Lawrence Hospital Center. To sign up for the introductory session, or to learn more about the program, call 914-787-5060 or email LHCnutrition@lawrencehealth.org. Lawrence Hospital Center, 55 Palmer Road, Bronxville.
2. Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center Focus Seminar: ‘Facing History and Ourselves’: David Levy will discuss the Immigration Act of 1924, comparing it to immigration laws of today, and how communities in Westchester are dealing with it. For further information, call Julia Scallero at 914-696-0738 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Free, 4 p.m. Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center, Manhattanville College, 2900 Purchase St., Purchase.
3. What is the polar vortex anyway?
5. The obituary for retired police officer Robert Kelly was the most-read post on Patch in the Lower Hudson Valley yesterday.