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Aimee Nichols

Community Advisor

Berger Hardware in Hawthorne, NY is owned and operated by a brother and sister team; Chris Rubeo & Aimee Nichols. The store was purchased from the Berger Family in 2004. Berger Hardware is famous for its unmatched customer service and huge selection of quality merchandise. Berger's has been recognized by the readers of Westchester Magazine as the "Best Hardware Store of the Century," and also received the Best Hardware Store in Town title from True Value, a nationwide competition. Chris and Aimee are both life long residents of the Town of Mt. Pleasant. Chris is a graduate of Westlake High School and Westchester Community College, with a degree in Business. He is very involved with the Thornwood Lion's Club and the Westchester Cornell's Cooperative. He resides in Thornwood with his wife Lauren and their 2 children. Aimee is also a graduate of Westlake High School and Pace University, with a degree in Biology. She is involved with the Thornwood-Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce and also serves on the Board of Directors for the Valhalla Ambulance Corps. Aimee resides in Valhalla with her husband J.T. and their 3 children.

Aimee Nichols's Contributions

  1. Valhalla Ambulance Corps Hosts Tag Sale

    Valhalla Ambulance Corps Hosts Tag Sale

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- The Valhalla Volunteer Ambulance Corps will host a tag sale on Saturday, July 23. The sale will take place at 1 West Lake Drive behind the Valhalla Methodist Church from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. GPS users should use West Lake Drive and Prospect Avenue as their destination address. 

  2. Public Pool Remains Closed After Rescue Of Child Whose Finger Got Stuck

    Public Pool Remains Closed After Rescue Of Child Whose Finger Got Stuck

    This story has been updated.A child's finger got caught in a water jet at the Mount Pleasant Town Pool, but he was freed during a four-hour rescue effort.The pool remained closed on Thursday for repairs. The 6-year-old boy was safely transported to an area hospital about 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, police said in a news release.The 5:20 p.m. accident prompted the pool's closure to the ...

  3. Registration Starts For Mount Pleasant Day

    Registration Starts For Mount Pleasant Day

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- Sponsor and vendor registration is now open for the 2016 Mount Pleasant Day Street Fair and Car Show.The registration fee for a 10 foot by10-foot vendor table is $125. A $50 grand prize trophy sponsorship and $20 trophy sponsorship are also available. More than a thousand people attended last year's fair. The event features local foods and businesses, a car show, ...

  4. Students Arrested After Brawl, Attack On Staffer At Hawthorne Cedar Knolls

    Students Arrested After Brawl, Attack On Staffer At Hawthorne Cedar Knolls

    HAWTHORNE, N.Y. – Six students were arrested after a pair of incidents at Hawthorne Cedar Knolls School Friday and early Saturday morning, according to multiple reports.Three female students at the residential treatment center were arrested after allegedly trying to light a staff member on fire with an aerosol can and lighter early Saturday morning, News 12 said.That incident came after ...

  5. Suspicious Package Shuts Down Thornwood Shopping Center

    Suspicious Package Shuts Down Thornwood Shopping Center

    THORNWOOD, N.Y. -- Columbus Avenue was closed to motorists on Thursday morning after a report of a suspicious package at Rose Hill Shopping Center.Thornwood Volunteer firefighters detoured traffic as the Westchester County Bomb Squad and Mount Pleasant police repsonded shortly before 11 a.m. Even pedestrians on foot were being turned away a half-mile form the shopping center's Columbus ...

  6. Hawthorne Elementary Students Walk In Support Of Earth Day

    Hawthorne Elementary Students Walk In Support Of Earth Day

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- This morning Hawthorne Elementary School held its annual Green Walk. Students walked from the school to the Hawthorne Fire Department holding signs and posters they made in support of Earth Day. At the Fire Department various speakers talk about recycling and our earth. Also in attendance were County Legislator Margaret Cunzio and County Executive Rob Astorino. 

  7. Mount Pleasant To Focus On Areas In Need During 8th Annual Clean-Up Event

    Mount Pleasant To Focus On Areas In Need During 8th Annual Clean-Up Event

    THORNWOOD, N.Y. -- The town of Mount Pleasant is hosting the eighth annual Clean-Up Day on April 23 at James M. Carroll Park in Thornwood.Coffee and doughnuts will be served at the event, which is set to run from 8 a.m. - noon.The clean-up efforts will focus on major areas of Mount Pleasant that are in need, including Kensico Road, the Saw Mill River Parkway entrance, Columbus Avenue, ...

  8. Thornwood-Hawthorne Chamber Giving Social Media Workshop

    Thornwood-Hawthorne Chamber Giving Social Media Workshop

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- The Thornwood-Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce in Mount Pleasant is hosting a workshop called "Mastering Social Media for Your Small Business" at Casa Rina of Thornwood on Tuesday, April 19, from noon-2 p.m. Christine Gritmon, Engagement Editor for lohud.com, will explain which social media platform is best for one's business and how posts can be seen by ...

  9. Futsal Craze Catches On In Westchester

    Futsal Craze Catches On In Westchester

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- Futsal has caught on in New York where Westchester Futsal Academy in Hawthorne is expanding its winter program to year-round.The Academy has worked with more than 1,000 players from Westchester County, New York City and Connecticut since its establishment seven years ago.The sport is popular among NBA names, such as Mark Cuban and Mikael Prokerov - both recently ...

  10. Curves Holds Food Drive In Mount Pleasant

    Curves Holds Food Drive In Mount Pleasant

    THORNWOOD, N.Y. -- Members of Curves can help feed the hungry until the end of March during the 2016 Curves Food Drive at the Thornwood/Pleasantville/Chappaqua Curves.There are three ways to help feed those in need:Donate $30Drop off a bag of non-perishable foodsBring a friend to Curves and get in for free Now in its 18th year, the food drive has donated millions of pounds of food over ...

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