Wedding guests investigated by Secret Service before Obama’s visit

The guests at 2 Labor Day weekend marriage ceremonies in Tarrytown are being inspected by Secret Service because US President Obama would stay overnight in the area with the first lady. According to reports, an insider told that White House has blocked off fifty rooms at DoubleTree by Hilton for the entourage of the president.
Secret Service would have plenty on their hands — there are 2 wedding ceremonies at DoubleTree Saturday, according to sources, and they are very busy inspecting the guest lists. The Obamas would be in town to attend a marriage ceremony, but not at DoubleTree.
Instead, they would be at the Blue Hill at Stone Barns in the Pocantico Hills for wedding of White House chef Sam Kass, who would tie the knot with Alex Wagner, MSNBC host, on Saturday. The first lady paid a visit to the Rockefeller owned Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in 2012 for a fund-raiser. Taken care of by Dan Barber, its food is all grown on-site including cows, chickens, pigs and sheep, which range freely in large pens.
Local Brian Doyle co-owns J.P. Doyle’s Restaurant with chef Nick Bell in Sleepy Hollow. He told that the US President and  his family are welcome to stop by the pub for dinner or  nightcap. He added that it would be right up there with them having the Vince Lombardi trophy after the Giants won.

The guests at 2 Labor Day weekend marriage ceremonies in Tarrytown are being inspected by Secret Service because US President Obama would stay overnight in the area with the first lady. According to reports, an insider told that White House has blocked off fifty rooms at DoubleTree by Hilton for the entourage of the president.

Secret Service would have plenty on their hands — there are 2 wedding ceremonies at DoubleTree Saturday, according to sources, and they are very busy inspecting the guest lists. The Obamas would be in town to attend a marriage ceremony, but not at DoubleTree.

Instead, they would be at the Blue Hill at Stone Barns in the Pocantico Hills for wedding of White House chef Sam Kass, who would tie the knot with Alex Wagner, MSNBC host, on Saturday. The first lady paid a visit to the Rockefeller owned Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in 2012 for a fund-raiser. Taken care of by Dan Barber, its food is all grown on-site including cows, chickens, pigs and sheep, which range freely in large pens.

Local Brian Doyle co-owns J.P. Doyle’s Restaurant with chef Nick Bell in Sleepy Hollow. He told that the US President and  his family are welcome to stop by the pub for dinner or  nightcap. He added that it would be right up there with them having the Vince Lombardi trophy after the Giants won.

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