BBC Lifeworks Event

  • BBC Lifeworks

    Melody in Motion: Come celebrate summer by swimming with the fishes, singing campfire songs, waving ribbons, dancing with scarves and shaking a parachute from 9:30-11 a.m. July 19 at B126 Washington Road.
    We’ll learn about ocean animals and summer safety while listening to a variety of music. To register, email jgellman@bbcgrp.com by Monday.

    Storm King Art Center: Join us for a guided tour of Storm King Art Center, in New Windsor, July 26. We will meet at the art center’s visitors center by 12:45 p.m. to go on a tour at 1 p.m. Refreshments provided after the tour. To register, email jgellman@bbcgrp.com by July 20 with those who are attending.

    National Night Out: DES/WPFH/Garrison will be hosting National Night Out from 4-7 p.m. Read More

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  • BBC Foundation awards academic scholarships to West Point residents

    Balfour Beatty Communities congratulates West Point family housing residents Shona Neary (fine arts, Fashion Institute of Technology), Nicole Drago (undecided, Lehigh University), Madison Wooduff (business and enterprise management, Wake Forest University), Benjamin Miller (business, Liberty University), Dakota Sabotka (biomedical engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology), John Drago (accounting or economics, Lehigh University), Elizabeth Sobiesk (English/creative writing and political science, Bryn Mawr College), Isabelle Thompson (physical therapy, Oregon State University) and Julia Drago (biomedical engineering, North Carolina State University) on their academic scholarship awards for the 2015-16 school year through the Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation.

    Balfour Beatty Communities provides residential property management and development services for more than 55 military installations across the United States, including West Point.

    “On behalf of the Foundation, I would like to congratulate this year’s hardworking and dedicated scholarship winners,” Chris Williams, President of Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation, said. Read More