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Orangetown Daily Voice serves Blauvelt, Grand View-on-Hudson, Orangeburg, Palisades, Pearl River, Piermont, South Nyack, Sparkill & Tappan

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Katie Beckmann

Community Advisor

Katie Beckmann is a graduate of Tappan Zee High School and works for the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt, managing all of their communications, publicity and marketing efforts. She is also member of the 2016 Class of Leadership Rockland, as well as a Board of Director for Orangetown Mighty Midgets Soccer Association.Beckmann is a graduate of St. John’s University in Queens, NY with a Bachelor’s in Journalism with a minor in Public Relations. After her time at St. John’s, she went on to attend New Jersey City University and graduate with a Masters in Business Administration in Marketing in May 2013. When not working, she enjoys running, playing soccer, going to paint nights, traveling, reading and being outside with her dog, Lulubee.

Katie Beckmann's Contributions

  1. East Ramapo Oversight Bill Passes But Some Don't Think It's Enough

    East Ramapo Oversight Bill Passes But Some Don't Think It's Enough

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- The State Legislature voted last Thursday to provide $3 million to the East Ramapo School District, continue the appointment of monitors, and give the education commissioner oversight of the district's budget. Rockland Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski, Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee, and State Sen. David Carlucci who introduced the bill on June 13 in the state legislature ...

  2. Buddyball Sports In Orangeburg Give Everybody A Chance To Play

    Buddyball Sports In Orangeburg Give Everybody A Chance To Play

    ORANGEBURG, N.Y. - Javelins were thrown and hurdles were jumped over as the Buddyball track and field season came to a close. Buddyball Sports, part of Orangetown Mighty Midgets Soccer, began 15 years ago in the fall of 2001 when soccer was offered after Kerry Beckmann, Ellen Huber, and Kevin Powers noticed a number of children on the sidelines at games who couldn’t participate. The ...

  3. Senate Candidate Hopes To Bring Common Sense Approach To Rockland

    Senate Candidate Hopes To Bring Common Sense Approach To Rockland

    An example of Tom DePrisco's problem-solving ability was the subject of a New York Daily News article published more than 10 years ago when he was a captain in the New York Police Department. At the time, members of the Asian community in the 72nd precinct in Sunset Park, Brooklyn were the victims of crimes because they didn't speak the language and couldn't report the ...

  4. Tappan Assembly Candidate Wants To Keep People In Rockland

    Tappan Assembly Candidate Wants To Keep People In Rockland

    ORANGEBURG, N.Y. -- Joe Chabot wanted to talk about a lot of issues while at Hogan's Diner in Orangeburg, but three kept coming up: how to keep people from leaving Rockland, how to make it affordable to continue living here, and the need to bring jobs to the county. These issues are the foundation of the 25-year-old Republican's campaign. Chabot plans to challenge incumbent ...

  5. Four Dominican Sisters Celebrate 70 Years In Orangetown

    Four Dominican Sisters Celebrate 70 Years In Orangetown

    BLAUVELT, N.Y. - If one wishes to see selflessness embodied, they should look no further than Blauvelt. This Sunday, sisters Victoria Sloane, Eileen Tierney, Louis Marie Baxter, and Mary Ellen Cameron will be honored at a jubilee celebration mass for their 70 years of service as Sisters of Saint Dominic at the Saint Dominic Convent. Sisters Mary Doris and Dorothy Golden will also be ...

  6. Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt Recognized

    Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt Recognized

    ORANGETOWN, N.Y. -- The Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt are celebrating National Catholic Sisters Wednesday through March 14.The national celebration has been recognized by the Rockland County Legislature with a proclamation. This proclamation marks the second time in the nation when National Catholic Sisters Week was recognized by a local government. The week honors women in the ...

  7. Dominican Sisters Of Blauvelt Celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week

    Dominican Sisters Of Blauvelt Celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week

    ORANGETOWN, N.Y. -- The Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt will participate in National Catholic Sisters Week, March 8-14, an annual celebration that honors women religious. The Rockland County Legislature will also recognize the week and the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt with a proclamation that was introduced by Legislator Patrick Moroney (District 15). “We are happy that national exposure ...

  8. Katie Beckmann Joins Orangetown Daily Voice As Community Advisor

    Katie Beckmann Joins Orangetown Daily Voice As Community Advisor

    ORANGETOWN, N.Y. -- Katie Beckmann, a public relations specialist, is one of Daily Voice's community advisors for its Orangetown site. Community advisors provide Daily Voice with tips for local news and events.Beckmann is a graduate of Tappan Zee High School and works for the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt, managing all of their communications, publicity and marketing efforts. She is ...

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