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Pearl River Week in Review: Coaches CYO Challenge, St.Patrick's Day Approaches

Catch up on events from the past week on Pearl River Patch.

Pearl River's Catholic Youth Organization basketball coaches took to the floor for the annual game between St. Margaret's and St. Aedan's Saturday at Pearl River High School.

The victory by St. Margaret's was just one of the stories on Pearl River Patch this past week. 

  • Rockland County residents and officials _spoke out against offensive merchandise related to St. Patrick's Day_ being sold at Palisades Mall. The _Rockland County Legislature passed a resolution condemning such items_. 
  • Carlucci's office also sponsored "A Night of Irish Culture” March 8 at Emmet's Castle in Pearl River_.
  • Carol Dyer's photo gallery from the 2012 Rockland County St. Patrick's Day Parade in Pearl River went on display at Pearl River Public Library. 
  • due to complications from a recent illness. 
  • Pearl River Board of Education member Michael Clohessy responded to questions about district spending on administrators at last week's school board meeting. Clohessy pointed out that the district has a relatively small administration in comparison to others in the county. 
  • Pearl River Superintendent of Schools Dr. John Morgano addressed the district's concerns that new housing in the RPC property could create a burden for the district. 
  • Evans Park Elementary School fourth graders demonstrated their musical skills by playing their recorders at the Pearl River School Board meeting. 
  • Pearl River School District Director of Operations Quinton Van Wynen also continued his 2013-14 budget presentations at the meeting, this time focusing on expenses beyond personnel. 
  • Snow hit the area again, forcing Pearl River Schools to close Friday. 
  • for attacking another patient in 2011. He was sentenced to two years in prison. 

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