Westchester “Rocks to Rebuild” hurricane damage

<p>Four bands played at the Shenorock Shore Club in Rye, raising money for Habitat for Humanity's efforts in Puerto Rico, the Florida Keys and Houston.</p>

News 12 Staff

Oct 23, 2017, 12:51 PM

Updated 2,461 days ago

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Musicians in Westchester performed this past weekend to provide support for flood and hurricane victims.
Four bands played at the Shenorock Shore Club in Rye, raising money for Habitat for Humanity's efforts in Puerto Rico, the Florida Keys and Houston.
Rock-To-Rebuild organizers say they are proud to be part of the recovery. "Rye, New York is a very caring town. It really is. A very loyal and family oriented town. They're informed, and they see what's going on and they're reacting to it," says Rock to Rebuild organizer Andy Bodnar.
Organizers say the community has been very generous, and they raised much needed money for those in need.


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