Our mission is to actively engage residents and business establishments in efforts to maintain and enhance the quality of life in Sutton Area Community
As a lifelong New Yorker and long-time resident of the Sutton Place area, Kathy Matson loves living and working in this extraordinary community. With over 25 years of experience in New York’s real estate industry and specific expertise as a real estate broker in the neighborhood, Kathy has built a stellar reputation as one of the city’s most highly regarded sales professionals.
A fine arts major and a lover of nature, Kathy is one of those rare New Yorkers who has achieved a fine work/life balance, developing her personal and professional interests while participating in a diversity of activities for which New York City is known. Her dedication to improving the quality of life in the city includes her participation in various cultural and professional organizations -- including her membership on the Board of Sutton Area Community, as well as her service on the Board and as Vice President of the Prescott Fund for Children and Youth providing educational grants for the benefit of New York's disadvantaged youth -- all of which further exemplify her ongoing commitment to the Sutton Place area, to New York City and to the future.
Please see this important message from the CDC concerning the future opening of the US economy.https://www.scribd.com/document/461485524/CDC-Guideline-for-reopening-the-U-S-economyCharles Giovanni Vanzan Coutinho, Ph.D.PresidentSutton Area Community (SAC)
It is with sadness that I must report the passing away of long-time SAC board member Fred Specht. ‘Fred’ as he was universally known was a reassuring and avuncular presence at many SAC functions over the years. With his wife, Mary Clare Bergin, Fred provided grace and charm for everyone to see. In his outfits and in his way of speaking to you, you could tell immediately that he was a gentleman of the old school. He will be most definitely missed.
The situation surrounding COVID-19, which causes an acute respiratory disease, is developing quickly around the globe and across our nation. I would like to share with you few Ayurvedic tips that can help you manage this stressful time and when applied, can prevent spread of this infectious disease.
One of the most important first steps in balancing stress is to slow down. Choosing to prioritize things like adequate rest and other nourishing practices can help us stay centered. In truth, there are countless ways to nurture and care for ourselves. Those that impart a sense of grounding, relaxation, warmth, unctuousness, and stability will be best for balancing excess stress, but it is important that you follow your intuition; you know yourself best. When going through your day please follow daily routine. There are some very simple first steps to establishing a daily routine-things like waking, eating meals, going to bed at about the same times each day, and if possible, maintaining a consistent work or activity schedule. These steps alone can have a profound effect on the nervous system read more...