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Mahopac News 11.19.20

VOL. 11 NO. 40 Visit TapIntoMahopac.net for the latest news. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2020

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Kurt Beger dies

Lifelong resident was
60-year member of MVFD

BY BOB DUMAS men’s baseball leagues
EDITOR for many years.

Kurt Beger, a well- “He was a legend
playing ball in Mahopac
known member of and was scouted by the
Giants baseball team
the Mahopac com- and then played for the
Washington Senators,”
munity and a 60-year said longtime friend
Wendy Erickson. “It
member and former all started on our farm
where the guys would
chief of the Mahopac play ball. Gramps would
put a watermelon in the
Volunteer Fire De- well house and when
they were done, they
partment (MVFD), would have ice-cold
watermelon along with
has died. He was 79. Aunt Girlies’ famous
FILE PHOTO strawberry shortcake.
Beger, a lifelong Years later, when Kurt
was a grandfather him-
Mahopac resident, self, he would come over, park his car in
the eld and his eyes would glaze over as
passed away on Nov. he would reminisce about his boyhood
days of playing in the eld of dreams that
10. led him to the Washington Senators.”
Beger’s friend, Bob Buckley, had fond
He was born in memories of the former chief and said

Hownhoorinsegrtvheodse Baldwin Place on SEE BEGER PAGE 20

Ninety-six-year-old World War II veteran Mario Porto shows o a July 26, 1941, the son

photo of himself when he was in the service as his son, Gary, looks on. of Kurt and Anna Kurt Beger
(Kleshka) Beger. He
e two were at Mahopac’s Veterans Day ceremonies held last week. For
graduated in 1959
more Veterans Day pictures, see the centerspread on pages 16 and 17.
from Mahopac High School, where he

was a star athlete who lettered in base-

ball, basketball, football and track. He

was inducted into the Mahopac High

School Hall of Fame. Following high

school, Beger was a catcher in the minor

leagues with the Washington Senators

farm team. Although he didn’t go on to

the majors, he continued to play locally in

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Mahopac man offers kidney to save stranger’s life

GoFundMe page started to help defray the cost of donating

BY JESSICA JAFET a deceased donor,” he said. “But Cameron with his daughter
CONTRIBUTING WRITER meanwhile, I am looking for a
living donor, where the quality is PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIKE
A story like this will stop you much better.” CAMERON
in your tracks and make you con-
template the power of the human Cameron, who has a young Mike Cameron
spirit, where, in a sel ess act of daughter and has worked as a
kindness, a man reaches out to boxing manager, then received Vladimir Harkovski
save the life of someone he does the news that he is not, in fact, and his family
not know. It is also a testament to a match for Vladimir Horkovski.
the power of social media. To his surprise, however, he was PHOTO COURTESY OF
asked to participate in what is VLADIMIR HARKOVSKI
Mahopac resident Mike Cam- known as a “kidney swap,” which
eron, who grew up in the Bronx, occurs when a donor is incom-
said his life changed sometime patible with an intended recipi-
before the pandemic, on a day ent but matches another person
when he was randomly scrolling on the waitlist. By increasing the
through his Facebook feed and donor pool, more opportunity
came across a plea from a man for matches are made—and he
named Vlad. e post described readily agreed to participate.
a seven-year ght against kidney
disease and made a desperate “Basically, I am going to be
appeal for a kidney donor. e saving two people. At the same
42-year-old Cameron was struck time there is someone who
by an urge to help and decided to needs my kidney—and that per-
reach out. son would have someone who is
willing to donate his kidney,” he
“I just got some kind of weird explained.
feeling that I was supposed to do
it—it was strange,” he said. Now in the process of getting
medical clearances and even los-
In California, Vladimir Har- ing 50 pounds to get in shape,
kovski was elding responses Cameron is poised to give the
from people who had seen the gift of life that will impact a
social media campaign that he circle of people in need, includ-
launched in 2019, using various ing Horkovski. With a new kid-
platforms to spread his story— ney from a live donor, a recipi-
and was hoping to nd a willing, ent’s life can be extended 15 to
compatible donor who could po- 20 years, and in some cases even
tentially save his life. Although longer. Horkovski noted, how-
Harkovski did receive dozens of ever, that while he is hopeful
replies, it was Cameron who ac- for this swap, he would like any
tually began to take the next steps willing individual donors (with
of getting assessed to go through an O+ blood type) to contact
with the organ donation. him in the meantime.

“I was actually really serious To cover expenses, Cameron
about doing it; though every- has set up a GoFundMe page,
thing got postponed because of for things like transportation to
coronavirus and then I nally Manhattan and lost wages dur-
got a call [from the hospital] and ing the process; costs that will
began the bloodwork,” Cameron increase once he gets the green-
said. light for surgery and then the
recovery period that will follow.
Time is of the essence, given
Harkovski’s disease. e 45- e two men, who have never
year old entrepreneur had been met, share the joy of fatherhood:
diagnosed in 2012 with an au- Cameron said that upon learn-
toimmune disease called focal ing that Horkovski is dad to a
segmental glomerulosclerosis young son and has three step-
(FSGS), in which scar tissue de- daughters, he was moved to act.
velops on the parts of the kid-
neys that lter waste from the “ at’s what really made me
blood. According to the Nation- do it,” he said.
al Kidney Foundation, there are
currently over 100,000 people To the “stranger” in Califor-
awaiting a kidney transplant in nia, Cameron is someone who
the U.S., with a median waiting was sent to him in a miraculous
time of 3.6 years. After years of way.
di erent treatments, Harkovski’s
kidneys stopped working and he “ ere is my mother who
is relying on the temporary solu- gave me life, there is God who
tion of dialysis. gave life to everyone, and there’s
Michael who came into my life
“I am on the waiting list for and decided to give me a second
chance,” Horkovski said. “He
has a golden heart.”


PAGE 4 MAHOPAC NEWS MAHOPAC MUSINGS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2020

The Staff Fighting Hunger in pumpkin, yams/potatoes (canned 2020 at Mahopac Library presents “Water into Wine,” along with
Our Backyard or fresh), fruits, vegetables, gift cer- Ellen Woloshin, Tried and True. some popular favorites. She is ac-
EDITORIAL TEAM ti cates for turkeys ($15 to $20 for With a vocal sound that is unmis- companied by pianist Gregory To-
BOB DUMAS
Fourth annual food drive - Girl any area grocery store). St. John’s takably distinct and a collection of roian. is concert will be aired on
EDITOR: 845-208-0774
[email protected] Scout Junior Troop 1499. Drop o food pantry serves over 100 fami- original songs that are personal yet the Library website and YouTube
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-302-5628 is at Ocean State Job Lot parking lies per week. universal, Ellen Woloshin crosses channel from Nov. 20-27. Regis-
[email protected]
lot, Mahopac, ursday, Nov. 19, Mahopac Library over pop/folk genres while also tration with a valid email address
ADVERTISING TEAM 6:30-8 p.m. Suggestions of what revisiting standards from various is recommended; register online at
PAUL FORHAN
should be included in each box in- Events decades. She has written for artists www.mahopaclibrary.org, or call
(914) 806-3951 clude: juice, co ee, tea, hot choco- like Dionne Warwick, Ben Vereen 845-628-2009, ext.100.
[email protected]
late, cereal, pancake mix, syrup, Concert:Ellen Woloshin, and others. In this performance, BAMM at Mahopac Public
BRUCE HELLER
(914) 486-7608 stu ng mix, cranberry sauce, soup, Tried and True she will perform songs from both Library is made possible, in part,
[email protected]
crackers, cookies, dessert, canned Friday, Nov. 20, 4 p.m. BAMM her CDs, “Tried & True” and through the Putnam Arts Coun-
LISA KAIN
(201) 317-1139 cil’s Arts Link Grant Program
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County officials ‘concerned’ over rise in COVID cases

Mahopac schools determined to remain open

‘ e kids have been great, wearing their BY BOB DUMAS o cials say they are concerned. dates are put forth.
EDITOR “With the rising numbers that “As this evolves, the governor

masks and social distancing. I am very we see, [the Putnam County is making all the decisions,” she

proud of them.’ Like New York State and the Department of Health] is work- said. “His executive orders are the
rest of the country, COVID-19 ing around the clock on com- way our lives will continue to be

- School Superintendent Anthony DiCarlo cases are rising in Putnam Coun- prehensive case investigations managed during this crisis.”
ty, and county health department that help to isolate infectious Meanwhile, School Superin-

individuals and allow for proper tendent Anthony DiCarlo said

identi cation of contacts,” said the district is staying the course

Dr. Michael J. Nesheiwat, county and has no plans to abandon

health commissioner. “We are its hybrid model and go back

concerned, but not surprised, to to strictly remote learning after

see the numbers rising post-Hal- anksgiving unless something

loween and as the colder weather changes.

approaches.” “We are very happy with our

Earlier this month, Putnam accomplishments so far,” Di-

County had its rst COVID- Carlo said of the hybrid model

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virus rose from 1,819 to 2,067. have been a couple of hiccups

OUR FAMILY TO YOURS Cases in the town of Carmel dur- but all in all it’s been going well.

ing that same period went from e high school went out for two

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exposures related to travel sports
DiCarlo said there has been

and continue to urge all Putnam no transmission from student to

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Get over it Plan or no plan?

HERE From senators to congress- attempts by Democrats, LIFE, ism to palace guards.
AND man to assemblymen to which would have allowed HEALTH, One thing, however, that remains
NOW! coroners, police chiefs, and the counting of mail-in and POLITICS
on and on. If the accusation absentee ballots earlier than true is that Trump’s communication
BERNIE is that the vote count was Election Day. In addition, MARA team could be better. Understate-
KOSBERG fraudulent, then the legitima- there are still counts going SCHIFFREN ment. Not having announcements
cy of every person declared a on in states you don’t seem made to the public on a regular
When the 2020 winner in their state, county to care about, like New York As I write the prospects of the basis about what is going on in the
election nally or municipality should also and California. Trump administration getting any- election is losing a real opportunity
concludes, more be called into question. How- where with its lawsuits is starting to to engage the American people.
than 72 million people— ever, out of the thousands • All the mail-in and ab- look dimmer.
most likely generating 232 upon thousands of candidates sentee ballots are Democrats? is has been my feeling for much
Electoral College votes— running in 2020, there is no Of course, they are. Trump Is there a plan to present a coher- of the time the Trump administra-
will have voted for Donald discernable cry of cheating maligned mail-in ballots ent lawsuit, as was promised? Or tion has been in o ce. Nor is it the
Trump. Nevertheless, almost coming from any candidate for months, commanding no plan?
80 million people—most other than Donald Trump. his voters to vote in person. rst time I have mentioned it. e
likely generating 306 Elector- Democrats, on the other If the latter, there are going to be lack of communication creates a
al College votes—will have e reality of Trump’s loss hand, took the COVID-19 a lot of pissed-o people. lot of uncertainty and the feelings
voted for his opponent, Joe appears to be di cult for virus seriously. of chaos. And it means that the
Biden, in a sizeable repudia- his most ardent supporters If the former, there are also going administration often has to ght
tion of the sitting president. to grasp. Yet, it was Trump • Trump led by hundreds of to be a lot of angry people, but it for its position from behind, which
who forewarned us that he thousands of votes! at’s how won’t be the same group at all! In makes their burden harder.
On Jan. 6, 2021, the House wouldn’t accept the results if numbers get entered into fact, the rst group has remained
and Senate will meet to he lost. Aside from the harsh the system. First come the pissed o for the last four years. Another problem facing the
ratify the o cial count of sting of disappointment, is in-person voters and then the American polity right now is the
electoral votes, cementing Joe there any objective evidence mail-ins. However, according to a former rising numbers of COVID cases,
Biden’s victory. is outcome for this mania? Is the election federal prosecutor (22 years on the which allows the media to go into
will occur despite the glut being stolen; and, if so, by • Republican poll watchers job) who writes anonymously as hysteria mode, all panic porn, all the
of unproven accusations whom? Where are the facts? were not allowed to oversee the Shipwreckedcrew at RedState.com, time.
of voting irregularities and process. ere were disagree- Attorney General Bill Barr has
illogical conspiracy theories e short answer is no, ments about the number of been busy behind the scenes with Mayors and governors around the
that most Republicans are there is zero evidence of any observers and their proximity the Justice Department and the country are now pushing for more
using to bolster the e orts of widespread fraud or other to the count. But Republi- FBI investigating potential crimes. lockdowns.
the Trump administration to unlawful activity su cient to cans were not on the outside He also authorized U.S. attorneys:
nullify and overturn the will cast Trump’s loss into doubt. looking in; they were in the “If you have substantial allegations President Trump, however, has
of the American people. In fact, this has been one exact same locations as their of election fraud in your district, declared that the government won’t
of the smoothest elections, Democrat counterparts. And you have authority to investigate go into a lockdown again on his
ere is no doubt that despite the pandemic. Yet, the most of the vote-counting that.” So, there is hope but we have watch: “ is administration will not
Donald Trump has made histrionics continue. facilities had active video not seen the shape of the future be going to a lockdown... Hopefully,
an enormous impact on this cameras surveying the pro- lawsuit. whatever happens in the future,
country—some good, mostly I had the depressing task cess, as well. who knows which administration
bad. And millions of Ameri- of arguing logic with a erce So, while that is a teensy glimpse it’ll be... Lockdowns cost lives. And
cans have come to idolize Trump supporter this morn- • How come other Repub- ahead, during an uncertain period, they cost a lot of problems. e cure
him for reasons I genuinely ing on the phone. lican candidates did so well to what may come to fruition in cannot be worse than the problem
don’t understand. But, when compared to Trump? Believe future weeks, it is hardly a satisfy- itself.” And in many ways, we have
Republican Party leaders and “Why is it taking so long it or not, there are lots of ing one with the extremely limited all seen that the cure is worse than
a portion of Trump’s 72 mil- to count the votes? Why are Republicans who didn’t like amount of information and disin- the problem itself. Furthermore,
lion voters collectively decide all the mail-in and absentee being lied to, especially about formation that exists. Does Trump it was one thing to go into lock-
that something they think ballots from Democrats? the existence of a public have a trump card or does he hav- down early on, when very little was
they saw or heard on TV or How could Trump lose a health crisis raging out-of- ing nothing and is merely sucking known about COVID-19. at is
the internet should override gigantic lead in Pennsylvania? control and are ready for new up oxygen from the atmosphere? no longer the case.
an election, there is a clear Why weren’t Republican poll leadership at the top. While the media would certainly
absence of critical thinking watchers allowed to oversee have you believe the latter, they Joe Biden, on the other hand, is
skills at play. the counting? How come “It’s not theft; it’s defeat,” I have largely discredited themselves currently threatening to shut down
other Republican candidates told him. “Get over it!” because that is their position on ev- the country for another four to six
A number of candidates’ did so well compared to erything these days as they attempt weeks. Keep in mind that he cannot
names appeared on the same Trump?” Eager to end the conversa- to quell everything that might harm do this unilaterally. He needs gov-
ballot as Donald Trump’s. tion and get o the phone, I Joe Biden and usher him into the ernors to go along with this. While
He droned on and on: said, “I’m sure they’ll count presidency, as though the role of the governors like Cuomo will slaver
• It’s taking too long. Repub- and recount, and the courts media has switched from journal- to shut down the state again and
lican-dominated state legis- will hear all of the legal chal- keep trashing its economy, not all
latures speci cally blocked lenges. But it’s over.” red state governors will do so. And

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What makes kids successful students?

STRONG probably get C’s because that’s may be the problem—maybe children’s grades usually create even in your relaxed state, you
LEARNING what they always get. at’s ne we’re too relaxed. stressed-out children. If parents are responsible parents. You had
with us, but we think they’re like to live like that, with high both boys evaluated in order to
DR. LINDA smarter than that. We really We simply don’t understand anxiety, and they’re ne know- know if they receive C’s most of
SILBERT don’t want to become nagging it. My husband and I nished ing that they have passed this the time due to a learning dis-
parents bothering them every college and have good jobs, but anxiety onto their children, then ability. Since that’s not the case,
Dear Dr. Linda, second of the day to study, but we went through school with that’s how they have chosen to why then do they continue to be
I’m writing to you about our we’re concerned. B’s and A’s and got a C once in live. But, if they choose to live C students? It’s probably because
a while. Will they be OK with without continuous stress, that they don’t know what to do to
two boys, one in seventh grade ey were both tested during their C’s? Should we be a little too is their choice. It seems that raise their grades.
and one in 10th grade. ey’re sixth grade, and we were told more unrelaxed? you both have established a more
great kids, but report cards are that they’re average nice boys relaxed home. Here’s a suggestion for how
coming out and we know they’ll with no learning disabilities. Adrian and Joe to help your boys raise their
Each time the school psycholo- Dear Adrian and Joe, Is that causing your sons to grades without becoming nag-
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With that said, don’t squash
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2020 OPINION MAHOPAC NEWS PAGE 13

GARO cise. I walk. at’s it. Father usual, years of footprints now when I do it perfectly, without 30 minutes of rock hopping,
Time has me in his grasp, but boring pathways. I gazed up a stumble or a pause to regain though, something surprising
FROM PAGE 9 one day I found a way to shake at the steep slope ahead of me my balance. It’s all a matter happens. In my exhaustion, I
free. and decided to see if I could of concentration. Rock hop- am humbled by and thankful
shape or form is Cynthia get to the top by hopping over ping has a yoga-like quality, for the canopy of careworn
looking for a pathway to the To explain, I must rst make the boulders and rocks. It was a relaxed rhythm and ow. I oak trees, evergreen mountain
Divine, as were yogis in the a slight detour of about 2 mil- a dangerous thing to do, for stop thinking. My feet think laurels that cling to life where
bygone ages. Father Time is lion years, which is when the sure. I could have fallen and for me. they have no business being, a
chasing us all. Cynthia’s just last ice age began. Ever won- ended up in a wheelchair for moist handful of dirt, and all
trying to stay ahead of him for der how that gigantic boulder the rest of my life. Neverthe- I am not the man I was 10 that grows old and dies, but
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DR. LINDA

FROM PAGE 12

• Finally, it’s a time to
help them learn how to
study for learning and not
just test-taking. ey’re
probably getting their C’s
because they’re able to
answer questions on their
tests from what they picked
up in class but aren’t putting
in extra time for review or
using strategies to actually
understand the material as
fully as possible. You, the
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them about what they do
before a test. How do they
prepare for it? Talk about
what you both did to pre-
pare for tests and encourage
them to nd out what works
best for them.

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Ray Callinan and Anthony DelDuco of VFW Post 5491
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year
From left, Councilman Frank Lombardi, Supervisor Ken BY MAUREEN DALY emo
Schmitt and Judge Tom Jacobellis CONTRIBUTING WRITER cont
wou
On Nov. 11, Veterans Day was observed in Ma- and
hopac on a smaller scale, due to COVID-19 con-
cerns but with the same spirit of respect. Br
Carr
e event was led o by a short parade from VFW visor
Post 5491 to Memorial Circle on East Lake Bou-
levard. Among the participating organizations were “E
VFW 5491 and its Auxiliary, the American Legion eran
and its Auxiliary, the Mahopac and a Mahopac and
Falls re departments, as well as Girl Scout troops thro
2479 and 1139. Also present were Supervisor Ken of us
Schmitt, Councilman Frank Lombardi, and Town eryo
Justice omas Jacobellis, along with World War II than
veteran, 96-year-old Mario Porto. assis
are p
e ceremony began with an opening statement toge
from Anthony DelDuco, acting on behalf of VFW
5491 Commander Chris Long, announcing this

Sixteen-year-old Vincent Carrido of
the Sons of the American Legion
Post 1080 stands at attention. His
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American Legion Post 1080 Auxiliary members, from
ates Veterans Day left, :Bob Matuszewski, Belle Logozio, Barbara Cegar,
r’s changes brought on by the pandemic: the cer- and Peg Demilto
ony would be short and sweet, and the wreaths
tributed by the various community organizations
uld remain in place, instead of being announced
placed by the contributors.
rief speeches were given by DelDuco, and David
rido of American Legion 1080, as well as Super-
r Schmitt.
Even during a pandemic, we need to observe Vet-
n’s Day,” DelDuco said. “We need to remember
honor our veterans on this day and every day
oughout the year. It is a very di cult time for all
s. e veterans of this community appreciate ev-
one that came out to observe our ceremony. We
nk our re departments for attending and the
stance from the Carmel Police Department. We
proud to be part of a community that can come
ether, even under adverse circumstances.”

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families who might otherwise go that in mind,Aracely and I,along

without a anksgiving dinner with our crew at Klazy Jax want

this year will have full bellies on to take the spirit of community

the holiday thanks to Klazy Jax. to heart,” Phil Kuszel said. “We

e Mahopac restaurant feel grateful and blessed to be

plans to cook and give away able to continue giving to those

500 to 600 dinners next urs- in need. 2020 has been a year

day, anksgiving Day, to any- of hardships for so many and we

one who comes in and requests just want to make this holiday

them—no questions asked. season more enjoyable and bear-

Aracely Medranza-Kuszel able to those who are in need.”

opened Klazy Jax on Route 6 Kuszel said that his military

last December (the former site background instilled a commit-

of Patrick’s Pub). Her husband, ment to service in him and he

Phil Kuszel, is a retired New has been taught to “lead from

York City police o cer and the front and not from behind.”
The crew at Klazy Jax member of the Army Reserve, “ e amazing thing is that

PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL who now works as a healthcare every one of our sta members

attorney and serves as a Judge said that they will come in to

help,” he said. “We are not tech-

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said they wanted to partake.

“We will probably make be-
tween 500 and 600 meals,” he
continued. “We have purchased

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toes, veggies.”

Some volunteers will help de-
liver some of the meals to those
who can’t get to the restaurant in

person.

Lori Miley, the mother of one

friendly, of the Klazy Jax employees, and
County Legislator Toni Ad-
donizio, will help deliver meals

professional, in the area, in particular to
women and their children who
are staying with the Putnam/

sound advice Northern Westchester Women’s
Resource Center. Jim Smith Ka-
rate and Mahopac Moms and

for your Discipline Training Studio will
also help distribute the meals,

business or personal especially to churches that have

families in need.
“Lori’s son works for us and

tax and financial she really stepped up to the plate
to deliver meals to these women
who might be fearful to leave the

situation shelter,” Kuszel said.
e Klazy Jax sta will give

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anksgiving morning between

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2020 MAHOPAC MUSINGS MAHOPAC NEWS PAGE 19

MUSINGS partners include the Putnam living with Alzheimer’s and oth-
FROM PAGE 4
County Soil & Water Conserva- er forms of dementia. For speci c

tion District, Parks Department, dates and times when support

County Historian, and the Put- groups, educational and social

will be closed during all school nam History Museum. You can webinars are o ered, visit alz.

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BEGER the department to many Best
Overall trophies and Hudson
FROM PAGE 1

Valley Volunteer Fireman’s As-

he was well known for his blunt sociation championships against

honesty. competing re departments. He

“Mahopac lost a legend in served on many other commit-

Kurt Beger,” Buckley said. “He tees in the department through

gave much of himself to oth- the years and often o ciated as

ers. Mr. B, as I used to call him, the emcee at many functions.

was a funny guy. He could break Former MVFD chief and re

your horns better than most. commissioner Ed Scott gave

But he was a good man. I would the eulogy at Beger’s funeral.

see him at the MVFD fair ev- He said Beger was part of the

ery year selling ra e tickets and department during some of its

he would yell out, ‘Buckley, you most historic occasions and

cheap #%&#$, get over here and helped it grow professionally.

buy a ticket!’” “Back in the ’60s Kurt was the

Buckley, who knew Beger for new guy. He would learn quick-

20 years, said the former MVFD ly how to ght re and how to

chief didn’t pull punches and al- do it right,” Scott said. “He was

ways “told it like it is.” there for some of the biggest

“He showed tough love,” res in our history. His name

Buckley said. “He didn’t sugar- appears on the point sheet for

coat anything. He was a man’s the Mahopac Hotel re in 1964.

man. He was a kind guy and By 1965, he was already a cap- PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL
always willing to help out when tain in the department. In 1966,
he could, but he didn’t bite his he was elected assistant chief Beger, sitting, with late Undersheriff Pete Convery in 2015 at the Rotary ham dinner the night before
tongue for anyone.” and in 1967 at the age of 26 he Election Day.

Beger was a life member of was elected chief of the depart- ment started the standardization their mistake and came back.” dent of the Rotary, said he’d

the Mahopac Volunteer Fire ment. At the time, he was the of equipment, implemented new Beger was also a member of known Beger for 12 years and

Department, which he joined youngest person ever to serve as training and updated its policies. the Westchester County Parade called him a “vital” part of the

in 1960. He served the depart- chief.” “Kurt enforced discipline in Judges Association, the Hudson organization.

ment as chief from 1967-69 and Scott said the department’s the department,” Scott said. Valley Volunteer Firemen’s As- “He exempli ed the Rotary

then again from 1972-74. He 75th Anniversary History Book “In the late ’60s and early ’70s sociation, the Putnam County motto, ‘Service Above Self,’ and

also served on the Board of Fire revealed that, “the election of long hair and beards were the Volunteer Firemen’s Association will truly be missed,” Bellows

Commissioners from 1975-85 Chief Kurt Beger in October norm but not in Mahopac. At and a member and past presi- said. “He was always a familiar

and then again from 1996-2000. 1967 initiated a progressive new one point, almost 20 members dent (1998-99) of the Lake Ma- face at our functions. He was

He was the department’s parade era in re department opera- resigned due to Kurt’s groom- hopac Rotary Club SEE BEGER PAGE 21
marshal for many years and led tions.” Under Beger, the depart- ing standards. But most realized Earl Bellows, current presi-

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BEGER by his sister, Joan Trombetta, in 2012.

FROM PAGE 20 “ e only thing Kurt loved more

than the re service was his family.

a very personable gentleman, born He was married to Carole for 58 years

and raised in our community—a true and he loved every minute of it,” Scott

Mahopacian. Being a hometown guy, said. “He had three beautiful daugh-

he really brought something to the ters. I would like to thank Cindy, Di-

club.” anne and Janet for sharing Kurt with

Beger retired as a supervisor from us. He was a special man, and we will

NYSEG after many years of employ- all miss him very much.”

ment, working out of the Brewster A Mass of Christian Burial was

and Mahopac yards. celebrated on Monday, Nov. 16, at St.

On Aug. 27, 1960, he married Car- John the Evangelist Church in Ma-

ole Ann Seeman at Sacred Heart hopac with interment at the Ballard-

Church in Putnam Lake. Carole Barrett Cemetery, Mahopac Falls.

passed away on Feb. 8, 2018. He is In lieu of owers, contributions

survived by his daughters, Cindy in memory of Kurt may be made to

Keefe of Mahopac; Janet Livingstone Community Cares, P.O. Box 37, Ma-

of Avon, Conn.; and Diane Old eld hopac Falls, NY 10542, www.Com-

and her husband, Michael, of Ben- munityCares.org.

ton, Ariz.; his grandchildren, Brian “I know Kurt will be watching over

(Cassie), Kyle, Andrew, Christopher the Mahopac Volunteer Fire Depart-

and Lindsay; and his great grandsons, ment and in his own way will continue BeTg:e9.r5”in his chief’s vehicle FILE PHOTO

Bodhi and Kai. He was predeceased to lead us into the future,” Scott said.

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Ask the Doctor Groundbreaking
Treatment for Skin Cancer
Ashwatha Narayana, MD
Chairman, Radiation Oncology What you need to know…
Northern Westchester Hospital
Q: How is skin cancer treated? Also, it’s fast. After just two weeks of fteen-minute
Learn more about A: Traditionally, skin cancers have been treated either treatments with HDRBT, treatment is complete.
Dr. Naryana, visit with Moh’s surgery, in which the cancerous tissue is In fact, the treatment itself takes only three to
nwh.northwell.edu/ removed, or by conventional radiation. Both methods four minutes!
narayana offer success rates of 96 to 99 percent. However, now a Q. Who is the ideal candidate for
third option – High Dose Rate Brachytherapy (HDRBT) this type of treatment?
– offers a unique cosmetic bene t that’s particularly A. The cosmetic bene t is especially valuable if
valuable for skin cancers the face, head and neck. you have skin cancer near your lips, nose or eyes.
Q. What’s so unique about this With this treatment, there is minimal to no scarring.
new type of treatment? This new radiation therapy is also great for elderly
A. With a Moh’s procedure, the cancer is cut out, patients who might not tolerate surgery. In
leaving behind a hole which is lled with skin from Westchester County, we have a high population
somewhere else on your body. This forms a scar. of older community members with skin cancer –
With conventional radiation for skin cancer, not only this treatment has worked really well for them.
is the tumor radiated, but so are its “margins,” or Q. Is there anything else you’d like
edges. As a result, a wide area is radiated – sometimes to say about HDRBT?
causing the skin to thin or break, to get a bit darker or A. Currently, Northern Westchester Hospital is the
lighter, to develop red streaks, or to appear scarred only community hospital in Westchester offering
or wrinkled. If this happens on your face, it is often HDRBT for skin cancer. There’s this myth that
highly visible. community hospitals can’t provide the most advanced
By contrast, HDRBT involves radiating much smaller cancer care. But that’s simply not the case. Here,
margins around the tumor. If we’re treating a tumor patients experience the warmth of a community
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2020 Sports MAHOPAC NEWS PAGE 23

FIELD HOCKEY

Indians edge Somers, advance to semifinals

BY SKIP PEARLMAN
CONTRIBUTING WRITER

e No. 3 Mahopac and No. 5 Somers The Indians celebrate Marie Camastro’s game-winning goal in Monday night’s
eld hockey teams both had plenty of op- playoff win at Mahopac.
portunities in the rst half of Monday
afternoon’s quarter nal playo party at Mahopac’s Gabby Gonzalez grabs a
Mahopac High School. loose ball Monday vs. Somers.
But shortly after the halftime break, all
of that changed. Indians captain Krista Dietz sends a ball down the wing Monday vs. PHOTOS: SKIP PEARLMAN
Somers.
e Indians came out in the third with Mahopac’s Ava Jennings breaks through the middle.
a new resolve, took a momentum-build-
ing lead on a perfectly-executed corner—

nished by Marie Camastro 4:42 in, and
assisted by senior captain Krista Dietz—
and never looked back, controlling most
of the second-half play in a hard-fought,
1-0, victory in the large schools Putnam-
Northern Westchester playo s.

e Indians (7-4-1) were scheduled
to take on top-seeded Horace Greeley in
Wednesday’s semi nal round. e winner
of that game advances to Friday’s nal.

Mahopac has faced Greeley once this
season, losing 5-0 to the Quakers last Sat-
urday at home.

Monday against the Tuskers, the Indi-
ans found their groove after the break.

“We came out a little slow in the rst
half,” Dietz said after the win. “But I
thought we picked it up in the second
half. We really wanted to get a win in the
playo s. It’s been a while, and this is good
for us as a team. We’ve improved a lot
during this season, and I think we played
together really well today.”

Indians coach Dona DiMaggio agreed.
“In the rst half I think we might’ve
had some jitters, in the rst quarter espe-
cially,” DiMaggio said. “ en we settled
down and got into our groove, played our
own style. And I think we carried that en-
ergy into the third quarter.
“ e team really rallied around our
seniors today,” DiMaggio added. “We
played with a lot of heart. I think we start-
ed feeling more comfortable in the second
half. And in the fourth quarter, I think
both teams were playing on adrenaline.”
DiMaggio said her players had been
working on the corner play that earned
them the victory.

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GIRLS SOCCER

Mahopac closes regular-season with loss to Jay

Indians are shorthanded heading into playo s

BY SKIP PEARLMAN had to deal with COVID-relat-

CONTRIBUTING WRITER ed delays and quarantines, some

which will carry over into this

Mahopac High School’s girls week’s playo tournament.

soccer team closed out its regular “We’re currently missing girls

season playing with a patchwork due to a mandated 14-day quar-

lineup in a 4-1 overtime loss antine by the DOH because

last Saturday at John Jay of East they were exposed to someone

Fishkill. while attending classes,” Carroll

e Indians played without said. at includes senior start-

several of their regulars, some ers, so that’s de nitely a ecting

who were recovering from inju- our team at the moment, and

ries, and some due to COVID going into our regional game.

quarantines. “We brought up more girls

“I was happy with our play dur- from the JV team to help us out,

ing the rst half,” Indians coach and they played well on Satur-

Casey Carroll said. “ e second day,” Carroll added. “I’m excited

half they hung on, but with all to see what they can do for us

of the injuries - and the girls we during the regional playo run.”

were missing due to mandated e Indians are missing ve

quarantine - I knew going into senior starters, and seven players

overtime was going to be tough. from their original roster, going

So I’m happy with the ght the into Tuesday’s rst round of the

girls gave.” playo s. PHOTOS: SKIP PEARLMAN
Sophomore Piper Klammer “My heart goes out to those
The Indians lost their regular-season finale vs. John Jay, but were set to compete in this week’s playoff
scored Mahopac’s lone goal, n- girls unable to play with us,” tournament, starting Tuesday.
ishing a pass from senior captain Carroll said. “ ey followed all

Hailey Pereira. protocols since day one, and this playo tournament with the granted, and to ght for every- Tuesday, hosting No. 5 Greeley at

Along with the usual nagging decision is complete out of their players still able to step out on thing.” 4:30 p.m. e winner advanced

injuries, the Indians—like most control. I believe we’ll make a the eld. But we’ll have to re- e No. 4 seed Indians were to ursday’s semi nals, with -

Section 1 teams this fall—have good run during the regional member to not take anything for scheduled to open the playo s nals following Saturday.

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BOYS SOCCER

Mahopac can’t keep up with
Huskers in playoff loss

BY SKIP PEARLMAN were a little sloppy, but we had our chances. It eas-
CONTRIBUTING WRITER ily could’ve been 1-0 us, but their goalie made a
nice save on an opportunity we had.
e seventh-seeded Mahopac High School
boys soccer team traveled to Yorktown to face “I don’t think 4-0 was a re ection of how the
the second-seeded Cornhuskers Monday in the game really went,“ Mulholland added. “But they
were de nitely the better team, and I expect them
rst round of the large schools Putnam-Northern to win this playo division.”
Westchester playo s, and fell behind 2-0 at half-
time en route to a 4-0, season-ending loss. Indians keeper TJ Walsh was kept busy with
nine saves, and Mulholland pointed to several
e two teams were scheduled to face each strong individual performances.
other during the abbreviated regular season, but
the game was delayed, and never rescheduled. Yor- “All of our seniors—Mario Bunjaj, Nick Biagini,
ktown took control early in Monday’s game, and Joe Colatruglio, Dimas Augustin-Mendez, Brian
never let the Indians get any momentum. Merlino, and Vinny Rodriguez—really were great
to have this year,”Mulholland said.“And they were
“It was the rst time we’ve seen them this sea- all solid today. ey should all be proud of the way
son, and it was tough,” Indians coach Chris Mul- they played the game. TJ Walsh really also had
holland said. “Yorktown is a really, really good a strong game in goal, and he’s really stepped up
team, and we went in knowing we would need to throughout the season. It’s great to know that we
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BOYS SOCCER

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Katie Iarussi defends a penalty
FHOCKEY Victoria shot against Horace Greeley.
Fusco
FROM PAGE 23 Maya O’Keefe

“It was a beautiful goal, they’ve
been practicing that a lot, and they
got it to go in,” DiMaggio said.
“Carly (Ravoli) got it to Krista, who
got the defense to commit, then she
sent it back to the far corner - where
Marie put it in.

“Carly had an outstanding game
for us at mid eld,” DiMaggio add-
ed. “Gabby Gonzalez at center mid
played with a lot of energy, Emma
Witt was very solid on the right side,
and Kerrianne King also played well.
We also got a game-saving save from
Grace Witt, who stopped a shot with
her stick. It was a gorgeous save.”

Sophomore keeper Maddie Orsini
was pressured into play, and made an
impressive nine saves. “Orsini had a
great game,” DiMaggio said. “She
found out right before the game that
she was going to start, and she really
stepped up to the challenge. She was
ready.”

Dietz said the team has made the
most of this unusual season, but ul-
timately is happy to be playing. “It’s
been di erent, with the masks and
everything going on with COVID,”
she said. “We’ve been playing like
every day is our last, because we don’t
know what’s going to happen the
next day. So we’ve been hopeful that
we can keep going. We’re very happy
to get a win today.”

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KeyBank o cials announced nelli will drive collaboration sis, business planning, extending and American Diabetes Asso-
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Philadelphia. rate banking and private bank-
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will be an asset to our teams in Rutgers University, where he
this growing market,” said Key’s also earned bachelor’s degrees
head of commercial banking, in both Industrial Engineering
Angela Mago. and Economics. He is an active
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delivering commercial real estate Apartment Association (NJAA);
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