Looks For Mature Brides; ‘SheShe’ Success Symposium in September
Here’s what’s happening Today in the 914, according to Westchester Woman:?Looks For Mature Brides; “SheShe” Success Symposium in September; Headlines: Pace Helps Returning Vets Face Financial Struggle; MORE.
1.) It’s your wedding day… wear whatever you damn well please regardless of your age. But if you’re a more mature bride that’s not trying to look like a 21-year-old, then you can check out these looks for Westchester Magazine:
5 Great Looks for Mature Brides
Photos courtesy of Svetlana Bridal Couture Whether you want to stand out or keep it simple, a bride can be fashionable at any age – just look at Carrie Bradshaw. To that end, three local boutique owners shared advice for mature wives-to-be who want to feel comfortable and look beautiful on their special day.
2.) The Professional Women of Westchester is hosting it’s first ever “SheShe” Success Symposium where you can learn some tips for success from Westchester’s powerful female influencers. Details are below:
Join Us September 12th: "SheShe" Success Symposium @wagmagazine @unitedwaywp @cafeoflove
Posted by Professional Women of Westchester on Monday, August 22, 2016
3.) Today’s Headlines:
Pace Helps Returning Veterans Soldier On In Face Of Financial Struggles
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. — When returning home from active duty, many veterans wonder what’s next. Thanks to Pace University’s Veteran Services and the Veterans’ Education Challenge , serving those who serve our country has become mission critical. “We had 122 veteran graduates last academic year,” said Robert Rahni, Associate Director of Veteran Services at Pace.
White Plains Executive Earns ’40 Under 40′ Recognition From PR Week
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A Senior Vice President at White Plains-based HEINEKEN USA was named a 2016 “40 Under 40” recipient by PRWeek. Tara Rush, the Chief Corporate Relations Officer at Heinken, earned the recognition. The award from PRWeek honors 40 professionals under the age of 40 who are making outstanding contributions to the communications industry and who are viewed as emerging leaders.
Yonkers to pay $20,000 in false arrest case
Kevin King of Mount Vernon claimed that he was standing near the corner of Elm Street and Nepperhan Avenue on Nov. 23, 2012 when he was detained by police, taken to the City Jail and strip searched. Yonkers will pay a $20,000 settlement to a man who claimed he was falsely arrested.
Blockheads Brings Chicken and Waffle Tacos Into the Fold
These “tacos” have really come out of their shells. Photo courtesy of Blockheads If you’re going to take an already rich and indulgent meal and cross-pollinate it with another, then it better be executed well.