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Town of Tuxedo Police Officers Michael Eichengreen and Officer William Hall recently visited St. Mary's Community Preschool in Tuxedo Park to speak to the students about "Stranger Danger" and staying safe. The highlight of the visit was the opportunity for the children to take turns sitting in the police car with the lights flashing. For information on registration, please contact ipayne@stmarysintuxedo.org or call us at 845-351-2389.



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