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Beverly Golisano, North Salem’s superintendent of
recreation, was honored with a lifetime achievement award
from Westchester Recreation and Parks Society recently.
e purpose of the Westchester Recreation and Parks
Society (WRAPS) is to unite in one county wide organization,
all areas of Recreation and Parks. WRAPS encourages the
highest standards of professional quali cations, training
and ethics, through the promotion of ongoing professional
education programs for all Recreation and Parks personnel.
Golisano retired at the end of 2018 after 38 years of service
but came back to work for the Recreation Department in a
Beverly Golisano with her award and husband Ben Golisano To have
and Supervisor Warren Lucas. and to hold
Jennie and Gennaro Sepe celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary on Friday, June 14, at Salem Hills
Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Purdys. See page 3 for more photos.
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‘Always in my heart ’
Welcoming volunteer violinist e following is from Salem Hills Altar Guild. Some of her fondest memories PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SEPE FAMILY
Jennie Baker Rehabilitation and Healthcare: include party planning, cleaning and deco-
rating the altar for religious holidays and Jennie and Gennaro Sepe were married
The Culinary Institute of America Jennie and Gennaro Sepe celebrated 71 gatherings. Gennaro was there as a helper in 1948.
created and donated a wedding years of marriage on June 14 with a vow re- and usher and was supportive and ready to
cake for the occasion. newal at Salem Hills. lend a hand if Jennie needed help. thedral, but because of Gennaro’s declining
health, they were unable to make this trip.
Rev. Philip e rea rming of vows was o ciated by To make ends meet, Gennaro learned to
J. Caruso, of Father Caruso of St. John the Evangelist in be a barber from his father and worked at Instead, Salem Hills hosted the celebra-
St. John The Mahopac. his father’s shop until the mid-1980s when tion and Jennie and Gennaro celebrated
they moved to Yonkers. their love with their family and a cake do-
Evangelist e Sepes were married in 1948 when nated by the Culinary Institute of America.
in Mahopac, Harry S. Truman was President and have During their marriage, the Sepes loved to
renews Jennie stayed married through 13 presidents, seven dance and always drew a crowd when they
and Gennaro’s popes and three generations of family. took to the dance oor. eir favorite song
vows as their is “Always in my heart” by Jerry Vale.
family, freinds When they got married, the cost of gas
and Salem Hills was 16 cents, a movie ticket was 60 cents Gennaro’s health began to decline in
staff looks on and the average annual income was $2,950. 2015 and he required round-the-clock care.
Jennie was 14 and Gennaro was 17 when
they were introduced by Gennaro’s brother is is when the family made the hard deci-
and Jennie’s cousin. e couple was married sion to move Gennaro to Salem Hills and
at ages 19 and 22. Rehabilitation and Healthcare.
e Sepes were born to Italian im- ey were inseparable until this time but
migrants during the Depression. ey have enjoyed frequent visits with help from
bonded through their strong connection to Jennie’s daughter, De-
the Catholic faith and church. e couple nise.
raised two children and were very involved
in St. Philip’s Neri Church in the Bronx is year, Jennie
and then later St. Eugene’s Church in Yon- received in invitation
kers. At St. Philip’s Church, Jennie was from Cardinal Dolan
president of the Don Bosco Society and the to celebrate the reaf-
rming of their vows
in St. Patrick’s Ca-
You may kiss the bride!
The couple’s daughter, Denise Sepe (right), tells the story of the
couple and their lives together and Recreation Director Scott Urgola
(with guitar) completes the ceremony with his rendition of “Always In
My Heart” by Jerry Vale
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Laborer sentenced in murder of Lois Colley
Esdras Marroquin Gomez was sentenced to 22 years to plastic bag in a pond on the property. Tests by forensic sci-
life for the murder of North Salem resident Lois Colley in entists at the Westchester County Crime Lab determined
2015. Mrs. Colley’s DNA was present and con rmed it was the
Gomez was sentenced on June 13 by Westchester County murder weapon.
Court Judge George Fu dio. e investigation by New York State Police and the Dis-
Gomez, known as Victor, pleaded guilty to murder in the trict Attorney’s O ce included hundreds of interviews,
second degree, a class A-1 felony. phone records and video surveillance. In early 2016, Gomez,
In court, family members, the victim’s son, Bryan Colley a former day laborer, became a person of interest. Investiga-
and granddaughter Christine Colley, told the court of the tors found he had ed the area and had own to Guatemala
impact the murder has had on their lives. Nov. 14, 2015, four days after the murder.
Bryan Colley asked the judge to keep Gomez in jail “until After an intensive international and multijurisdictional
the day he dies.” manhunt, with the cooperation of the U.S. Department of
Further, Assistant District Attorney Julia Cornachio read State and the FBI, Gomez was located ultimately in Mexico
a letter from Eugene Colley, Lois’s husband, sent to the and returned to Westchester County.
judge. In the interim, Gomez had been indicted by a Westches-
On Nov. 9, 2015, around 5 p.m., a farmworker found the ter County Grand Jury on a charge of murder in the second
body of Lois Colley lying in a pool of blood in her home degree. He was arraigned on the indictment in Westchester
laundry room, bludgeoned to death. Colley su ered severe County Court in November 2017 and since then has been
trauma to the head and face. e elderly matriarch of a in custody awaiting trial.
prominent family had been alone in the North Salem home Prosecutors say the motive for the killing stemmed from
when the sta worker found her and called her husband, a dispute with the Colley family starting in 2012, while Go-
Eugene Colley, who was still at work. mez was a day laborer on the farm.
During the initial investigation, New York State Police Assistant District Attorneys Julia Cornachio, Bureau
found what appeared to be a pin from a discharged re ex- Chief, Jonathan Strongin, Deputy Bureau Chief, and James
Gomez was sentenced on June 13. tinguisher near her body. In searching the 300-acre horse Bavero of the Superior Court Trial Division prosecuted the
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE WESTCHESTER COUNTY DA’S OFFICE farm, investigators found the extinguisher wrapped in a case.
State police investigating infant death
e New York State Police are investigating the Ambulance Corps and Westchester County EMS to taken to Danbury Hospital where he was later pro-
death of a 6-week-old infant in North Salem. Raymond Road on a report of an unresponsive 6-week- nounced dead.
Troopers responded along with the North Salem old male on June 14. e infant, Mason J. Cowan, was As of June 17, the investigation was ongoing.
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Happily Ever After
Where in Party lines
My friends Lauren and Tim had a another. I never found out who it was but I did
Can you gure out what spot this poem is talking about? 50th birthday party, and things have nd out that most of my friends are notori-
de nitely changed since I was a kid.
BY BONNIE FRUTCHEY ously bad tippers.
My birthday is on Christmas, Lauren and Tim didn’t
I am rectangular, constructed of brick and starkly simple in
design. Someone has painted me with clean lines and con- so I thought Santa Claus was take anything for granted.
trasting light and dark colors. My green trim matches the old
green lamp post at my corner. One could say I am a striking a clown somebody hired for MAN ey had a bouncy castle,
and handsome building.
the occasion. I always won- OVERBOARD one of those giant in atable
Like most older buildings in this area I have morphed from
what I was originally built for into a store serving a di erent dered why everyone else was RICK structures that you usually see
public. Clean and crisp* could describe both my physical self
and some of the product that is sold within. getting gifts at my party. One MELÉN on the news as it’s bouncing
Gone are the timetables and ticket windows* and the here thing that hasn’t changed down the street in gale force
and now re ects from the shelves. Instead of towns, now many
countries are represented here: France, Spain, Italy, New over the years is that you winds. is one was nailed in
had better gure out a way pretty good, and it had a bas-
If I had my own ag, it would be red, white and rose! *
to keep all those kids at the ketball court inside. It made
party entertained, or they’re going to destroy me wonder if I could dunk a basketball while
e answer to last week’s column was “Croton Falls Railroad
Station/now a wine store.” Send answers and feedback to your house in a matter of minutes. Kids are bouncing down the street in gale force winds.
like termites- if you see one in your house, ey had two guys rolling Cuban cigars, at
chances are there are probably more someplace least that’s what they told everybody. ere
that you can’t even see, like under the oor- was a big cloud forming on the pool deck, and
boards. You can get rid of them by using boric it was pretty crowded up there so they were
acid. I should mention that I’m referring to rolling in the aisles. I’m not allowed to smoke
the termites, I don’t think you should try using cigars, because every time I have one in my
boric acid on kids. But if it actually worked hand I start talking like Edward G. Robinson.
everyone would have heard about it by now. “Listen, see, one hand washes the other, see,
e party was a great way to spend a Sunday you play ball with me and I’ll play ball with
afternoon. ey had a couple musicians sing- you, see, you scratch my back I’’ll scratch-”
ing and playing guitar, and that was mainly THWACK! at’s when my wife slaps me,
for adults, because you should not put kids in either thinking that I might be having a hal-
charge of the music under any circumstances. lucination or because she missed an earlier
If you don’t believe me look up “Baby Shark” opportunity.
on Youtube. It’s hard enough keeping myself ey had a cotton candy machine in case the
out of trouble at my own parties, let alone youngsters might run out of energy. You take
trying to gure out what to do with the kids. a paper cone and swish it around inside the
Once I wore a white shirt and black pants, cotton candy machine, and bingo! You have a
and I was carrying three drinks and somebody SEE MELEN PAGE 10
I didn’t know took two of them and ordered
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It started with a schnauzer next door teeth at me. As soon as he returned, she
named Lucky. I was pretty sure Lucky was my friend again. When I told my
was a doggie mobster. He was sweet and boyfriend, he said, “Sweet Janie? She
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weren’t family, he would get so mean knew better. She was a dachshund with
you’d think he might take a hit out on a vendetta.
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next door because every time I would was the sweetest animal on the planet.
stop by to ask the kids to come out and Monty didn’t have a mean bone in his
play, Lucky would appear at the screen body and I never once heard him growl.
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Page 10 – North Salem News OPINION Thursday, June 20, 2019
MELEN couldn’t bust open this thing. I and for good reason. Now the
thought they were going to have tra c near the chicken ngers
FROM PAGE 8 to get out a Milwaukee Sawzall has subsided, so I parallel park
and a blowtorch to rescue that myself over there. I’m always
big pink swirly web of sugar candy. Finally the birthday boy surprised at how big a chicken’s
that looks like a hairdo at the grabbed the stick and whacked
nursing home! Plus it’s made of it so many times I thought we ngers are compared to the rest
a breathable fabric. were going to have to call the of its body.
paramedics. “Yes, over there, the
en it was time for the guy with the stick might need It’s obvious to me that Lau-
piñata! ey had a small papier oxygen. But while you’re here, ren and Tim should be working
mâché horse, and the idea is would you mind opening the as consultants on how to keep a
that they blindfold you, spin chest cavity of that little horse million kids busy at your party,
you around, you try to whack it over there??” so that you can have an adult
with a stick, and eventually you conversation and not worry that
break four car windows and a Meanwhile more kids were children are going to say things
knee cap. I don’t know how the streaming in, and they were about math or current events
whole thing got started, but it threatening to overrun the that you’re not going to under-
seems a little like beating a dead catering table. If I was in charge stand. It was a win-win situa-
horse. I don’t want to beat a I would have grabbed a whistle tion. We had a great time, and
dead horse if I can help it, and I and a clipboard and divided the I’m sure everyone left happy
don’t know why I didn’t help it kids into four groups. Okay you and most people took their kids
when it was still alive. But the kids head over to the piñata, back home with them. But I
main thing I forgot to men- this group is playing “blind wouldn’t be surprised if they
tion, is that the horse is lled man’s blu ,” this group is go- woke up Monday and there
with candy. So little kids were ing to play tag and the rest of was a leftover kid or two in the
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e Ruth Keeler Library would like to thank Butler Excavating/ Hardscrabble Supply for donating their services Ruth Keeler Memorial Li- the Art Cart. Share your work
and expertise in repairing our drainage system. brary is located at 276 Titicus with other creative individuals
Road. For more information on in a fun, supportive atmosphere.
The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center any of these events, call 914-669- School-age children must come
5161 or visit keelerlibrary.org. with an adult.
Bird Finder Binoculars on Book Bingo on Tuesdays,
“3 GENERATIONS OF WOMEN GATHER IN THE CATSKILLS OVER PRESIDENT’S DAY Tuesday, Jun. 25 at 4:00 p.m. July 9 & 23 at 4 p.m. Play book
WEEKEND TO DECIDE THE FATE OF THEIR FAMILY FARM…” Make your own binoculars and bingo and win book prizes! Chil-
use them to look for birds! Ages dren younger than Kindergarten
Dorothy Lyman Thea McCartan Jeanne Lauren Smith 4+. must have an adult helper.
Eric Bryant Meredith Handerhan Frank Shiner
Bagels & Books Ecology Hike for the Whole
Directed by Bram Lewis Keeler Library’s Bagels & Family on Wednesday, July 10
Books book club will be meet- at 10:30 a.m. Hike the Durand
TIX: SchoolhouseTheater.org | June 13th-30th ing on the rst ursday of each Trail behind the library with
(914) 277-8477 | 3 Owens RD. Croton Falls, NY | [email protected] month at 10:30 a.m. through Andrew Middlebrook from the
June. Extra copies of the books North Salem Open Land Foun-
are available at the library for dation. Rain or shine. No regis-
checkout. e books that will be tration required.
discussed are e Remains of the
Day by Kazuo Ishiguro on June 6; The Nature of Things on
Varina by Charles Frazier on July Monday, July 22 at 4 p.m. for
11; A Place for Us by Fatima Far- ages 4+. See and touch exotic
heen Mirza on August 1; and e animals up close. Learn about
Man with No Borders by Richard endangered species and conser-
Morais on September 19. vation hands-on. Registration
A Creative Moment every required. ( e Nature of ings
ursday from 6 - 8 p.m., ages 10 is an environmental outreach
to adult. Facilitated by Jen Arm- program.)
bruster and Debbie Rizo. Work
on a creative, artistic project with LEGO Challenge. We chal-
family or friends. e project lenge you to make space-themed
may be your own or an easy, self- LEGO creations like the Mars
directed project provided by one Rover, space aliens, and rocket
of the library’s Art Boxes. Plenty ships. is event, open to all ages,
of supplies will be available from will take place on ursdays, July
11, July 18, & July 25 at 4 p.m.
No registration required.
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ROCK istration Fee: $140 ($170 after yardartsstudio.com mer Intensives for Kids 6-12 works of art. You will go home
June 1st) Summer 7-week classes for years old. Young artists will create with your original paintings.
FROM PAGE 4 in both the art room and the clay Supplies: Please purchase small
For more info: hendriesoccer adults, teens, tweens, and kids room daily. ey will explore a bottles of acrylic primary colors,
North Salem academy.wix.com/hendriesoccer begins the week of July 8. Try variety of art materials and learn red, yellow and blue, plus black
Fall Recreation academy something new in a relaxed, cre- techniques while they have fun and white (5 bottles). For more
ative environment or enjoy fa- developing their own style of art adventures, add metallics Friday,
All registration forms avail- East Coast Panthers Bas- vorites in the company of other here with our certi ed art teach- June 21 from 9 a.m. to noon and
able at: http://bit.ly/nsrecreation. ketball Camp: August 19-22. 9 creative people! Enjoy seven ers. ere are 4 one week sessions June 28 from 9-11 a.m.
Questions? Contact North Sa- a.m. - 3 p.m. at PQ Elementary week classes in stained glass, wa- Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to noon.
lem Rec at 914-669-5665 School. Girls and boys entering ter color and oil / acrylic paint- Silk Scarf Painting taught by
grades 3 through 9. Fee: $250 ing, mixed media, printmaking, Create Your Own Monsters, Michelle Mullaly. Design, paint
Discounted Lewisboro Pool drawing, wheel throwing and Play with Your Food, The Mad and wear your own artwork!
Memberships available for North Salem Day Camp at hand building with clay, knitting/ Artist, and STEAM Summer Learn how to work with dye and
residents of the Town of North Mt. Lakes crocheting, and art therapy. For College Portfolio Intensive for resist to create a long rectangular
Salem. Rates increase June 1st. youth, there are classes for pre- incoming high school juniors silk scarf that can be worn year
Family: $675; North Salem Fam- Camper registration (Pre-k – school, middle school, and high and seniors to develop their port- round. Just bring some sketches
ily/Caregiver: $775; Adult (16+): rising 7th graders) is now open. school ages. Look for art with folio for college applications. is of designs or patterns for your
$475; Child (2-15 yrs old): $400; summer intensive will not only scarf. Limited to only 8 students.
Senior Adult (age 62+): $160. ere are still some spots avail- ne-motor skills, after school provide personal feedback and Silk scarf and supplies are in-
For more information, please able for campers. Busing avail- art, knit/crochet, clay and wheel counseling regarding your port- cluded!
email [email protected] able from: PQ, Purdy’s Field, throwing, and art therapy. For folio, but it will also help you set
or call 914-232-6162. JB Park, Somers MS, Increase new moms and moms with pre- summertime portfolio goals and ursday, July 11. From 9 a.m.
Miller Elementary, John Jay HS, schoolers, learn to knit / crochet give you time and studio space to to noon.
Summer Camps & Katonah for a fee of $177 per with other new moms or while work.
Hendrie’s Soccer Academy: camper/CIT. Go to our website pre-schoolers enjoy a story and a Visual Literacy Bookmaking
August 5-9 at North Salem High for more info: northsalemday Gushing With Paint- Acrylic Workshop for Educators and
School camp.org ne-motor skills project. Pour 2 day Workshop taught other creative people taught by
Entering Grades K-9 - 8:30 Teapot workshop for experi- by Fran Schultsberg. e rst Michelle Mullaly. Are you look-
a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Registration Railyard Arts enced potters. Firing Fees not in- three hours will be spent creat- ing for a way to get your students
Fee: $190 ($220 after June 1st) Studio classes cluded. Friday, June 21 from 5-8 ing, and the following week we excited about writing? Do you
Ages 3 & 4 (Beginning Soc- p.m. $80 will clean, sign, and varnish your want to include a hands on and
cer) – 9:00 am - 10:30 am. Reg- Railyard Arts Studio is located Summer In The Yard! Sum- creative activity into your classes
at 621 Route 22, Croton Falls. that enhances your content with-
For more information, visit rail- out taking away from your curric-
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their own interactive and sculp-
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books can meet a wide variety of
writing goals in all content ar-
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Sunday, July 21, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(1 hour lunch) $80.
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Thursday, June 20, 2019 SCHOOLS & CAMPS North Salem News – Page 17
The new inductees with the board of Troupe 175. Congratulations to the new members!
PHOTOS: SARAH BUSSINGER
The following is from the North Salem Central School District:
Nineteen performing arts-driven high school students were recognized for their
hard work in areas ranging from dance to music, literature to theater, as part of the
newly reinstated North Salem International espian Society.
What started with just ve members at the beginning of the school year grew
exponentially at the May 23 induction ceremony, which also included student per-
formances and presentations and a reception to celebrate the current and new mem-
“ e [students] designed the whole thing,” Doug Coates, troupe director of North
Salem’s International espian Society, said of the evening. “I wanted our kids to be
recognized for the work that they do. ere is such insane talent in this building and
I want them to understand how important it is what they do.”
Students involved in the arts were able to earn points throughout the school year,
as designated by the Educational eatre Association, for everything from perform-
ing the lead roles in the school’s productions to operating the light board for a show.
Coates also noted that in addition to celebrating achievement, the International
espian Society is a service organization that teaches students to give back to the
community that supports them.
e evening’s highlights also included recognition of the administrators and
faculty who have inspired students to celebrate the performing arts. In particular,
the o cers were thrilled to recognize Lesley Hoagg, who serves as director of the
middle school drama club and is retiring at the end of the year.
In the coming years, Coates hopes to see the International espian Society ex-
pand in North Salem to continue to enhance the arts o erings in the district.
“ is year, they earned the money to put down a new oor for the stage. I want
to see them do more,” he said.
SEE MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE 18
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FROM PAGE 17
Music Teacher Doug Jessica Reiner, Secretary, lights Jessica Reiner, Secretary, Dayna Dayna Gorbutt, Vice President
Coates gives a the ﬁrst candle Gorbutt, Vice President, Michael of Troupe 175, performs a
short history of the The Henshaw, President, Shanna Feeney, dance to “When She Loved Me”
organization and Thespian Treasurer, and Julianna Austin,
introduces the troupe Candle Treasurer, Board of Troupe 175
Treasurer, performs a
monologue from the
play “Henry the Fifth”
President, and Shanna
Feeney, Treasurer, perform
a duet to “From the First
Time” from Tarzan
Thursday, June 20, 2019 Sports North Salem News – Page 19
The graduating members of the golf team.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF KRISTEN CONNOLLY
North Salem golfers ﬁnish season 6-6
BY LUKE BUGONI
e North Salem golf team’s season recently came to end, Antonio Salinas McCall Valentin
and with it, the end of an era.
e team had 11 golfers, six of them graduating seniors.
“ is group that’s graduating has been the backbone of the
program for the last three years,” said coach Chris Regan.
e team, which featured six rst-year golfers, nished
with a 6-6 overall record and went 3-3 in a league that
consisted of Putnam Valley, Haldane and Pawling.
In addition to having multiple new faces within the
program, the team also had numerous experienced golfers.
Senior Michael He ernan, who was named the Most
Improved Player, and senior John Buchanan have each been
in the program for ve years. Senior Luke Devey and junior
Jonathan Aversano were also in the program for four years.
Luke Devey and Mike Horan were named to the All-
League team. Horan, who was also named team MVP, was a
member of the baseball team last year but played his rst year
of varsity golf this season.
With only ve players set to return to the roster, Regan
and coach Joel Cassidy will be looking to add more golfers
throughout the year.
“It’s a great chance to pick up and learn a life sport,” said
Regan. “It’s a sport that can be played throughout your life
and it’s a great skill to have. We stress the idea that this is
something you can do for the rest of your life.”
John Buchanan Luke Devey Timmy Outhouse Michael Heffernan
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