Kristin Lanza, director of the the reports that the center on Tarrytown's Wildey Street is now a 24-hour warming shelter.
The Red Cross will be bringing in cots and food soon.
They are in need of: child-friendly DVDs as well as friends and neighbors to help run arts and crafts, hand out food and be all around helpful. Added bonus: you can charge your electronic stuff and access their wifi.
The Community Opportunity Center
105 Wildey Street - Tarrytown
(next to Salvation Army, across from McDonald's drive-thru)
Please pass this news along to any friends who might be looking to do a good deed and keep warm and plugged in. Everyone is welcome. This is a great volunteer opportunity for kids of all ages.
Local Girl Scout leader Jaime Echt writes, "high schoolers need 60 hours of volunteer service to graduate...hint, hint, hint. I will personally make sure that all Girl Scouts get a patch! Just let me know that you were there."
Meanwhile, for those closer to White Plains, you may want to head to the 24-hour shelter now open at the Theodore Young Community Center on Manhattan Avenue in White Plains.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner announces:
The Theodore Young Community Center on 32 Manhattan Avenue, White Plains, will stay open 24 hours a day until power is restored.
"It's warm...a place to relax and there are showers," Feiner said.
Phone at the center is: 914-989-3600.