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Letter to the Community Supporting Sara Kenny for Bronxville School Board

Dear Members of the Bronxville Community,

Since she arrived in Bronxville in 2011, Sara Kenny has been an impassioned volunteer who has demonstrated an unrivaled commitment to town and school.

Following a successful career in finance, Sara channeled her efforts toward family and education. She made an immediate mark serving as Treasurer for the Reformed Church Nursery School before raising funds for the Bronxville School Auditorium project and serving on the Committee to Turf Hayes Field. Sara’s effectiveness and ability to handle differing points of view and build a consensus made her a “go to“person in multiple capacities.

Sara has been a class parent and grade chair many times over including the 5th grade and 8th grade “Moving Up” years and served as Elementary School Chairperson. She has been a six year coach and member of the Board of the Bronxville Youth Lacrosse Association and is the Treasurer of the Bronxville School Athletic Council. Sara has volunteered for the Bronxville After School Club and the Safety Committee and has served as the Middle School Modified Sports representative for the past five years. Sara served as a member of the Non-Partisan Committee from 2014 to 2017 and has been on the Board of Jansen Hospice since 2019. Prior to committing to run for the position of Bronxville School Board Trustee, Sara had planned to be High School Council Chair next year. When she is not volunteering, Sara and her husband Ryan can usually be found on the sidelines of a Bronxville school baseball, football, basketball, lacrosse, or tennis match watching their four children {Connor (11th grade), Patrick (9th), Tim (8th), Reagan (5th)} compete.

Sara has deep relationships with parents, teachers, and the administration alike, and contributes countless hours weekly to both general school matters and the school athletic programs. Her knowledge of all three schools and understanding of the various issues and challenges facing each of them is truly unparalleled. She is bright, engaging, strategic, altruistic, and she does the hard work and heavy lifting-yet she is honest, principled, and reasonable. Essentially, she is a great teammate and people in our community respect her for this.

She is an individual of great integrity, honesty and trustworthiness. Sara is a natural leader who possesses excellent communication skills, loyalty, grace under pressure, and accountability. Sara’s skill set perfectly complements the Legal and Academic expertise Christina Skinner provides. Together, they will be highly effective Board members and assets to the entire community.

We urgently ask for your support for both Christina Skinner and Sara Kenny on May 16th.


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Rosie Amodio

Ashley Anderson

Nick Anderson

Dr. Robert Andrews

John Antonini

Michelle Antonini

John Augustyn

Gladys Banegas-Girimonti

Sandra Borducci

Peter Borducci

Donald Bringle

Amy Brown

Jen Bruno

Bob Buckley

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Scott Burns

Dana Burns

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Kate Carey

Meghan Cassidy

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Christine Chen

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Claire Corcoran

Thomas Corcoran

Matt Craig

Akiko Craig

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Dr. Corinne Devereux

Caroline Dimitri

Mike Dimitri

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Brendan Dolan

Kelly Donahue

PJ Doyle

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Carolyn Fiuza

Robert Freeman

Philippa Freeman

Will Fulton

Michael Girimonti

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Mariel Goodson

Peter Goodson

Bernadette Grealy

Liam Grealy

Connor Hackett

Chelsea Hackett

Chris Harris

Maureen Hennessy

Jim Hennessy

Michael Herman

Carla Hodulik

Brooke Horgan

Hunter Horgan

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Jack Howard

Arthur Hyde

Lindsay Hyde

Greg Jachno

Victoria Jachno

Mark Jennings

Brendan Jones

Micki Kennedy

Donald Kennedy

John Kennedy

Andrew Kennedy

Kristin Kennedy

Ryan Kenny

Cara Kernan

John Kernan

Kate Kline

Joseph Lavorgna

Lindsay Lavorgna

Craig Lennon

Elizabeth Maze

William Maze

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Gillian Maze

Preston Maze

Vincent McBride

Courtney McCarthy

William McCarthy

Avery McEnery

Katie McGrath

Megan McSherry

James Meehan

Jim Meehan

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Adam Nielsen

Christine Nielsen

Antoinette O’Connell

Patrick O’Connell

David B. Outcalt

James PAge

Meghann Paisley

Alexandra Remmel

Towson Remmel

Sharon Robinson

Scott Robinson

Kate Shallada

Aaron Shafer

Ashley Sharpe

Jim Sharpe

Christina Skinner

William Skinner

Emily Smith

Angus Smith

Kalen Strickland

Chris Strickland

Holland Sullivan

Jason Tronni

Erika Tronni

Julie Unis

James Vassalotti III

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While the earliest settlers of Bronxville date back to the first half of the 18th century, the history of the modern suburb of Bronxville began in 1890 when William Van Duzer Lawrence purchased a farm and commissioned the architect, William A. Bates, to design a planned community of houses for well-known artists and professionals that became a thriving art colony. This community, now called Lawrence Park, is listed on the National register of Historic Places and many of the homes still have artists’ studios. A neighborhood association within Lawrence Park called “The Hilltop Association” keeps this heritage alive with art shows and other events for neighbors.

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