On behalf of the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society, we wish to thank the Enterprise for the article on the historical society’s recent history contest, “Pandemic Time Capsule,” that appeared in last week’s edition of the paper. We appreciate the coverage given on the Dobbs Ferry homepage as well as in “Points of View.” Many thanks to Village Trustee Nicole Sullivan for representing the Village at the event’s culminating reception, which was held at the Mead House, and for her words of commendation to all the student contributors. And a special thanks to DFHS social studies teacher Mike Meagh, whose unwavering support of the history contest over the past five years has been invaluable. The contest committee is also indebted to community member, and parent of a soon-to-be high schooler, Beth Suhocki Maass for her creative ideas, enthusiasm, and support. And lastly, we’d like to thank the parents, student participants and their friends, plus family members, teachers and historical society members for playing a key role in the success of this event. It does indeed take a village to support this annual contest.

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