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Welcome to the Storytelling Project, Episode #10 with City of Rye Professional Firefighter Andrew Northshield

RFFR MyRye.com Storytelling Project Episode #10 - City of Rye Professional Firefighter Andrew Northshield

Over the last few weeks we have asked various Rye citizens – elected officials, city staff, community leaders and local authors – to read a story for the youngest citizens of Rye. Each day, we will share a new story.

Today, City of Rye Professional Firefighter Andrew Northshield reads Gianna Marino’s Night Animals Need Sleep Too.

Andrew Northshield has been a professional firefighter for the City of Rye for just over 17 years. He was raised on Hawthorne Place, in the heart of Clamtown and attended Milton (where he was rumored to have been Mrs. Lipman’s favorite student), as well as Rye Middle and High School. He reports graduating “by the skin of my teeth” in 1996. He lived in Rye until he was 23 years old and and now lives with his wife Bryn (also class of ‘96) and their three daughters in North Salem.

Enjoy the video and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to be notified of new episodes & other Rye news.

Prior Episodes:

Episode #1 with Rye Mayor Josh Cohn reading Todd Parr’s The Peace Book.

Episode #2 with Rye Author Annabel Monaghan reading Sophie Blackall’s Hello Lighthouse.

Episode #3 with Rye Rec’s Sally Rogol reading Jane Godwin’s Red House, Tree House, Little Bitty Brown Mouse.

Episode #4 with former Rye Mayor Doug French reading Peter Brown’s Children Make Terrible Pets.

Episode #5 with Rye Author Kate Stempel reading Todd Parr’s It’s OK to Make Mistakes.

Episode #6 with New York State Assemblyman and former Rye Mayor Steve Otis reading Teddy Bear from Mother Goose Treasury.

Episode #7 with President Suzanne Clary of the Jay Heritage Center reading Cindy P Senning’s Emily’s Magic Words: Please, Thank You, and More.

Episode #8 with Rye City Manager Greg Usry reading Mo Willems’ Leonardo, the Terrible Monster.
Episode #9 with Rye Nature Center’s Executive Director Christine Siller reading Todd Parr’s The Family Book.

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RFFR MyRye.com Storytelling Project Episode #10 - City of Rye Professional Firefighter Andrew Northshield

Over the last few weeks we have asked various Rye citizens – elected officials, city staff, community leaders and local authors – to read a story for the youngest citizens of Rye. Each day, we will share a new story.

Today, City of Rye Professional Firefighter Andrew Northshield reads Gianna Marino’s Night Animals Need Sleep Too.

Andrew Northshield has been a professional firefighter for the City of Rye for just over 17 years. He was raised on Hawthorne Place, in the heart of Clamtown and attended Milton (where he was rumored to have been Mrs. Lipman’s favorite student), as well as Rye Middle and High School. He reports graduating “by the skin of my teeth” in 1996. He lived in Rye until he was 23 years old and and now lives with his wife Bryn (also class of ‘96) and their three daughters in North Salem.

Enjoy the video and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to be notified of new episodes & other Rye news.

Prior Episodes:

Episode #1 with Rye Mayor Josh Cohn reading Todd Parr’s The Peace Book.

Episode #2 with Rye Author Annabel Monaghan reading Sophie Blackall’s Hello Lighthouse.

Episode #3 with Rye Rec’s Sally Rogol reading Jane Godwin’s Red House, Tree House, Little Bitty Brown Mouse.

Episode #4 with former Rye Mayor Doug French reading Peter Brown’s Children Make Terrible Pets.

Episode #5 with Rye Author Kate Stempel reading Todd Parr’s It’s OK to Make Mistakes.

Episode #6 with New York State Assemblyman and former Rye Mayor Steve Otis reading Teddy Bear from Mother Goose Treasury.

Episode #7 with President Suzanne Clary of the Jay Heritage Center reading Cindy P Senning’s Emily’s Magic Words: Please, Thank You, and More.

Episode #8 with Rye City Manager Greg Usry reading Mo Willems’ Leonardo, the Terrible Monster.
Episode #9 with Rye Nature Center’s Executive Director Christine Siller reading Todd Parr’s The Family Book.