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January 3, 2019
New Roc City tenants and community partners gathered to present the $3,500 donation from the Ring in the New Year at Noon event to the New Rochelle Public Library Foundation. L to R: Briana Callender, Skyzone; Sherry Bruck, Harquin; Lianne Davidoff, Harquin; Chris Rodriguez, Applebee’s; Dr. Cheryl Archbald, NRPL Foundation; Daniel Bonnet, The Guidance Center; Christina Selin, NRPL Foundation; Ashley Torres, Planet Fitness; Nina Gainor, New Rochelle Parks & Recreations(Photo Credit: Risa B. Hoag)
For the 9th year in a row, New Roc City hosted a festive party for kids to celebrate the new year. “Ring in the New Year at Noon” has become an annual tradition at New Roc City for kids ages 2 – 10. Held in the atrium at 33 Le Count Place in New Rochelle, more than 3,000 balloons were dropped from above to the delight of the 1,500 kids and parents who attended from across Westchester and the surrounding area.
This year the event supported the New Rochelle Public Library Foundation through a $10 donation per family of four. Board members Christina Selin and Dr. Cheryl Archbald were on hand to accept the donation of $3,500 at the event.
"The New Rochelle Public Library Foundation (NRPL Foundation) is grateful to the organizers of 2018 Ring in the New Year at Noon for designating us as the beneficiary of this joyful event. The Foundation’s fundraising helps keep the Library up-to-date and vibrant to meet the diverse needs of our community. We had a wonderful time at the event, meeting the children and helping them decorate their Happy New Year crowns. It was an exciting way to celebrate the New Year and kick off our 25th Anniversary year,” said Christina Selin, President, NRPL Foundation.
“Ring in the New Year at Noon at New Roc City” is held in association with the New Rochelle BID Family Day event series plus participating tenants and community partners including Applebee’s, Barnes & Noble at Monroe College, Buffalo Wild Wings, Creative Face Painting, Digital Arts Experience, FunFuzion, Macaroni Kid Bronxville-New Rochelle, Modell’s, Mommy Poppins, Monroe College, New Rochelle Library Foundation, New Rochelle Parks and Recreation, New Rochelle Fire Department, The New York Rangers, OneDent of Westchester, Planet Fitness, Regal Cinemas, Residence Inn Marriott, Sky Zone, Super Soccer Stars, Summit Security, Westchester Children’s Museum, Westchester Family, and Westchester Parent.
Families received a free drawstring backpack filled with gifts such as a FunFuzion ride card, a SkyZone jump card, juice and snacks, free meal vouchers, coloring books, water bottle, crayons, tee-shirt, and more. Kids’ activities included making their own New Year’s Eve horn blower and crown, face painting, balloon animal creation, soccer games, climbing the New Rochelle fire rig, fitness tips, and a 3D printer and Minecraft demonstration.
About New Roc: New Roc is a 450,000-square-foot entertainment/residential/retail complex located in the heart of downtown New Rochelle. A family destination, New Roc features such tenants as FunFuzion Games and Rides, Monroe College, Modell’s Sporting Goods, Buffalo Wild Wings, Applebee’s, Planet Fitness, Sky Zone Trampoline Park, and Regal Cinemas. New Roc has served for many years as an active partner in the New Rochelle business community and is a member of the New Rochelle Business Improvement District.
About the New Rochelle Library Foundation: The New Rochelle Public Library Foundation is a volunteer fundraising and advocacy organization working to ensure the future well-being of the New Rochelle Library. Established in 1993, the NRPL Foundation has raised more than $3 million for the New Rochelle Public Library. Chartered in 1894, the Library is a community resource that seeks to improve the life of every citizen in the city.
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