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It's been our privilege to know Croton's own Jim Moore through his tireless involvement in helping his fellow citizens shut down the troubled waste transfer station on Croton Point Avenue.
But there's another side to Jim Moore: his devoted service as a Knight of Columbus, the founding of the Croton Recreation Flag Football program and 300 Club (which has raised much needed funds for Holy Name of Mary), and of course, the very successful CYO basketball program among many other community contributions.
On April 14th, Holy Name of Mary will honor Jim Moore by naming the gymnasium in his honor.
There will be a formal press release soon. Stay tuned.
And from EverythingCroton, a big thumbs up to James K. Moore. You're one of the reasons why life is good in Croton-on-Hudson.
UPDATED: SEE PHOTOS FROM THE DEDICATION HERE http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/04/photos-todays-dedication-of-jim-moore.html
Its nice to know that Jim is being recognized for his many devoted hours of effort on behalf of his neighbors. What an absolutely terrific guy.ReplyDelete
Yes, wonderful man.ReplyDelete
Jim is a Croton treasure, a tireless worker. Hard to keep up with him.ReplyDelete
And that's the truth.Delete
A prince among men. He's what we call a do-er not just a talker. I volunteer at a local organization here and we were just saying how the biggest complainers here about the village, the world, you name it, do only just that: complain. Jim is a great guy who puts his money where his mouth is. This is a well deserved honor.Delete