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White Plains' Landau Wins Kibrick Youth Service Award

Chase Goddard is among 10 students who were selected as recipients of the Westchester County Youth Board’s 2014 Milly Kibrick Youth Service Awards.
Chase Goddard is among 10 students who were selected as recipients of the Westchester County Youth Board’s 2014 Milly Kibrick Youth Service Awards. Photo Credit: Contributed
Rebecca Landau
Rebecca Landau Photo Credit: Contributed
Branden Davis
Branden Davis Photo Credit: Contributed
Katherine Schnitzer
Katherine Schnitzer Photo Credit: Contributed
Brendan Murphy
Brendan Murphy Photo Credit: Contributed
Kaila Arielle Veal
Kaila Arielle Veal Photo Credit: Contributed
Pamela DelRosario
Pamela DelRosario Photo Credit: Contributed
Shannon Stout
Shannon Stout Photo Credit: Contributed
Spencer Balson
Spencer Balson Photo Credit: Contributed
Jennifer Whelehan
Jennifer Whelehan Photo Credit: Contributed

This story has been updated.

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- County Executive Rob Astorino announced that 10 Westchester high school seniors who have shown exceptional commitment to their local communities of Cortlandt Manor, Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh, Hartsdale, Rye, Scarsdale, Sleepy Hollow, Tuckahoe, White Plains and Yonkers have been selected as recipients of the Westchester County Youth Board’s 2014 Milly Kibrick Youth Service Awards.

The awards will be presented at a dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15, at the Davenport Club, 400 Davenport Ave., New Rochelle.

The Milly Kibrick Youth Service Awards are given in memory of Milly Kibrick, a prominent county social worker and youth activist who dedicated her life to helping underprivileged children. During her career and in retirement, she was the quintessential social worker, social entrepreneur, volunteer and political activist, pursuing social and economic justice for children of all ages.

“Milly Kibrick selflessly devoted her life to helping underprivileged children and made a lasting impact in Westchester County,” said Astorino.

“This year’s honorees, even at a young age, have touched many lives in their communities and have accomplished great things. I know we will continue to hear from them in the years ahead, and I offer them my congratulations.”

The Westchester County Youth Board Honorees for the 2014 Milly Kibrick Service Youth Recognition Awards are listed below, by hometown.

  • Jennifer Whelehan attends Walter Panas High School in Cortlandt Manor.
  • Shannon Stout attends Dobbs Ferry High School.
  • Branden Davis attends The Brunswick School in Greenwich, Conn.
  • Spencer Balson and Rebecca Landau attend the Solomon Schechter School of Westchester in Hartsdale.
  • Chase Goddard attends Rye Country Day School in Rye.
  • Katherine Schnitzer attends Scarsdale High School.
  • Brendan Murphy attends Sleepy Hollow High School.
  • Kaila Arielle Veal attends Tuckahoe High School in Tuckahoe.
  • Pamela DelRosario attends Saunders Trade & Technical High School in Yonkers.

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