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North Salem News 05.23.19

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Vol. 5 No. 8 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, May 23, 2019

Memorial Day Friends of North
Parade Salem Nursery Schools

makes its debut

North Salem’s Memorial Day Parade BY SAE KIM lyst at Goldman Sachs. Varga, secretary
has a new event this year to honor the na-
tion’s fallen heros. CONTRIBUTING WRITER of the organization, is a Harvard/Yale

A team of two draft horses, pulling an educated attorney and a former partner
open wagon of passengers, will lead o the
parade which originates on Oak Ridge e North Salem Nursery School cel- of a corporate law rm. Ryan, director
Road in Purdys, starting at 10 a.m. John
& Danny Blumberg of Rock Hill Farm ebrated its 50th anniversary this year. and head grant writer, is a graduate of
in Pawling will be driving their team of
magni cent animals. After the ceremonies is very special occasion was com- the London School of Economics and a
at the Westchester Exceptional Children’s
School on Route 22, they will be giving memorated at the annual fundraiser held former refugee attorney.
wagon rides from Purdys Field over to
Purdys Hamlet and back. e police will on April 27, where many local residents Other parents of nursery school
facilitate this event.
gathered to eat, drink and raise money alumni who have been instrumental in
e rides are free and will continue
while parade spectators and participants for the school. e event also marked the the formation of the Friends group are
are enjoying the free hot dogs and soda
provided by the American Legion and the creation of the new nonpro t, Friends Michele Tuosto and Bryn Northshield,
North Salem Lions Club. e Farmer &
Fish Restaurant is also providing free cof- of North Salem Nursery Schools, a who have volunteered their time and
fee and mu ns.
community grant making organiza- resources. Tuosto, through her company,
ere is a new plan for drop-o s at Oak
Ridge Road. To diminish chaos and pro- tion formed to help the nursery school MT Box, has done all of the website de-
mote safety, Oak Ridge Road will operate
as a one-way road that morning. All tra c achieve its vision. sign and hosting. Northshield created
must exit onto Route 116. No tra c can
enter Oak Ridge Road from Route 116. e Friends group was founded by the logo. e nonpro t relies on these

at means cars should come from Sunset three parents of North Salem Nursery generous contributions from commu-
Drive and head downhill onto Oak Ridge
Road. All parade participants are requested School alumni: Shelley Grasinger, Don- nity members, but it is also its hope that
to follow this year’s parade protocol.
na Kim Varga and Alexia Ryan. it can rely on the community to provide

“ e NSNS has a strong program leads on grants and funding sources.

with incredible potential,” Grasinger e fact that the founding of the non-

said. pro t coincides with the 50th anniver-

is potential motivated the creation sary of the North Salem Nursery School

of a 501c3 nonpro t organization that makes this an especially momentous oc-

could tap into new sources of commu- casion.

nity and grant funding. “ e Friends’dedication to help create

“We are excited to fund the school’s a lifelong love of learning resonates with

requests for further enrichment,” Gras- us in a very meaningful way as we cel-

inger said. ebrate our ftieth anniversary this year,”

e founders are a group of women, said Karen Midki , the director of the

dedicated to the success of this venture. nursery school.

Grasinger, president and treasurer, has “As a non-pro t organization, we use

experience in nancial markets, which SEE NURSERY PAGE 4
includes her role as senior equity ana-


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Salem Hills Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Purdys had two employees receive recognition awards Luis Urrieta
from the New York State Health Facilities Association/New York State Center for Assisted Living Arthur Sacer
(Hudson Valley Region).

Arthur Sacer, director of food services, received the 2019 Manager of the Year Award. Luis Urrieta,
oor technician, received the 2019 Heart and Hands Award
Sacer is a graduate of Carmel High School and has a degree as a culinary trained chef via e
Culinary Institute of America. Sacer began his career in the food service department at Salem Hills
in 2009. Sacer’s enthusiasm, hard work and going “above and beyond his duties” quickly spiraled him
through the ranks and he was promoted to Director of Food Services in 2012, said Maura Brennan,
administrator of Salem Hills Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.
“Arthur is a role model, leads by example, and goes above and beyond in meeting the needs of the
residents we serve,” said Brennan. “We are proud that he has been honored with this prestigious award
Sacer is the innovator of many food programs at our facility, too. Within his tenure, he has imple-
mented programs such as made-to-order breakfast groups, cultural diversity luncheons (both gather
monthly); and has held numerous outdoor barbecues for the residents on summer days.
Sacer also nds time to volunteer in our facility’s connector program, where employees will visit one
particular resident on a weekly basis to lift their spirits. Sacer has also formed many great relationships
with his colleagues and, particularly, the residents of our facility. Sacer takes time out of his day to
greet our residents as they stroll into the main dining room and even, at times, will assist transporting
Luis Urrieta has worked at Salem Hills Rehabilitation and Nursing Center for 19 years. He started
as a housekeeper and then was promoted to housekeeping lead and then to oor technician, which is
the position he currently holds. During any given day you will see this team member working hard but
with enthusiasm. Whether it is mopping oors, wiping down door knobs and glass panes, emptying
garbage or assisting in laundry, he performs the tasks with gusto. Urrieta is often seen laughing and
joking with his co-workers, residents and visitors. Urrieta takes initiative and uses his people skills
to positively a ect residents’ quality of life. Since he is bi-lingual he often assists with their Spanish
speaking residents. He is a loyal employee who has formed many longstanding and trusted relation-
ships with residents and sta alike.
“Luis positively impacts residents’ health and welfare, and is a role model to others,” said Brennan.
“We are proud that he has been honored with this prestigious award from NYSHFA/NYSCAL.”
A little more about Urrieta: he was born and raised in Atlixco Puebla, Mexico. Atlixco Puebla was
once a small town but has now grown into a larger city. Urrieta is the oldest son and he has a younger
sister who still resides in Mexico with Luis’ father. Urrieta attended Ignacio Ramirez High School.
He met Lina, the love of his life, in his home town of Atlixco Puebla, some 25 years ago. In 2000,
Luis came to the United States. He is married to Lina and they have two children, Ana and Abraham.
Urrieta is very involved in e Assumption Church in Peekskill where he is a lector and Eucharistic
Sacer and Urrieta were presented with awards on May 7 during the Association’s annual conference
in Verona.

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Alexia Ryan, Shelley Grasinger and Donna Kim Varga Student actors nominated
for New York Metro Awards
e North Salem School District o ers their Putnam and Bergen counties.
NURSERY congratulations to Julianna Austin, Michael Hen- Julianna Austin (Rosa Bud/Deirdre Peregrine)
shaw, and Cece Bersch for the nominations for was nominated for Outstanding Featured Ensem-
FROM PAGE 1 the New York Metro Awards. e Metro Awards ble Member in “ e Mystery of Edwin Drood.”
revenues raised through tuition and the wonderful annual shine a spotlight on the exceptional musical the- CeCe Bersch (Edwin Drood/Alice Nutting) &
fundraiser produced by our parents to meet basic costs and ater productions, talented actors and actresses and Michael Henshaw ( John Jasper) “Two Kinsmen”
support our curriculum,” Midki said. “We have a creative devoted creative teams who take to the stage every were nominated for Outstanding Duet in “ e
sta who keep our program fresh and engaging, but would spring in high schools in Rockland, Westchester, Mystery of Edwin Drood.”
like to be able to o er enrichment. Early ideas include launch-
ing a foreign language program; expanding our eld trips to Michael Henshaw and Cece Bersch singing Two Kinsmen. Henshaw and Julianna Austin singing the
include museums, theater performances, and nature excur- Moonfall Reprise.
sions; and improving our playground. ere is truly a wealth FILE PHOTOS/DAN GALLO
of opportunities for early learners, and we’re thrilled to have
the nancial exibility to bring even more to our students.”

Midki is hopeful that through the new nonpro t, the
nursery school will be able to o er some of these additions
to its program.

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ROCK camper/CIT. Go to our website will present four performances Tickets can also be purchased at of a designs for your plates and
for more info: northsalemday of “Sweeney Todd” (music and the door. Adults: $17; Students/ your excitement to learn about lyrics by Stephen Sondheim) at Seniors: $10. the transfer process! Firing fees

The SchoolhouseNorth Salem Day Camp at the Schoolhouse eater, 3 Ow- For more information, contact not included. Friday, May 31

Mt. Lakes ens Road, Croton Falls. 914-924-7669. from 5-8 p.m. $80.

Camper registration (Pre-k – Theater Performances are 1 and 7 p.m. Gladstone Hollow The Farm Teapot workshop for expe-
rising 7th graders) is now open. Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, Play by Dorothy Lyman, June rienced potters. Firing Fees not

ere are still some spots avail- For more information on any of May 26. 13-30 included. Friday, June 21 from

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Studio classesMiller Elementary, John Jay HS,
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these events, call 914-277-8477 5-8 p.m. $80
or email [email protected] e theater is located Railyard Arts Studio is lo-
at 3 Owens Road, North Salem. cated at 621 Route 22, Croton

The Actors’ Studio Theater

ShoYw Ho Ce ar Falls. For more information, visit
a May lon Volunteers needed. ere are

Spring Classes begin week a few open seats on the town

of March 25. Try something committee and the Democrats

new in a relaxed, creative envi- would love to have some new

ronment or enjoy favorites in volunteers come forward. It’s a

the company of other creative great way to meet new people

people! Enjoy six week classes and be involved in who and

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and oil / acrylic painting, mixed on the other hand, you may be

... media, printmaking, drawing, interested in serving on a town

wheel throwing and hand build- committee we suggest you keep

ing with clay, knitting/crochet- an eye on the Town’s website,

ing, and art therapy. For youth,, and send an

there are classes for pre-school, inquiry to the Town Board. Sev-

middle school, and high school eral vacancies are listed. Contact

ages. Look for art with ne- us at P O Box 525, North Salem,

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Thursday, May 23, 2019 North Salem News – Page 7

Albany wants to expand NYC’s
broken rent system statewide.

Albany’s rent proposals aren’t just a
problem for New York City. They’re
a problem for our communities.

X They’ll make it impossible for many owners to afford to maintain their buildings, causing

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X They’ll put thousands of local contractors out of work while discouraging new investment

in affordable housing.

X Expansion statewide could drive up YOUR property taxes or cut services.

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Page 8 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, May 23, 2019


Where Making a spectacle
in North
Salem? There has been a recent develop- MAN prescriptions from the optometrist.
ment regarding my eyesight OVERBOARD Whereas an optimist can nd the good
Can you gure out what spot this poem is which I found quite disturbing: in me having to have a pair of glasses
talking about? it’s getting better. I was very concerned literally in every room.

BY BONNIE FRUTCHEY about that, because it goes against a RICK It turns out it’s been years since I
GUEST COLUMNIST trend that has been occurring ever MELÉN went to the ophthalmologist. at’s
since I started to get old, which was because I used to take the eye test at the
I was going north on Route 22* when
my left eye caught the most beautiful sky some time after the 3rd grade, which Department of Motor Vehicles when I
blue *color as we passed a street just before
getting into town. I wasn’t speeding but is that everything else is getting worse. renewed my license, and leave it at that.
could not quite x in my mind what was
painted that gorgeous hue. My knees are knotty, my back is balky, my shoulder But with the advent of self-driving cars, pretty soon it will

So I doubled back and went down the is shaky and I thought any troubles with my backside be necessary only to be able to see where your car is long
street and I ducked my head while driving
under; it seemed so low!* e underside were behind me. Even my tennis serve is getting worse, enough for you to get in it.
was blue also and so too the far side when
I glanced back in my rear view mirror to and I’m thinking about taking it in for an MRI. Also, I e ophthalmologist said he hasn’t seen me in quite
take it all in.
sometimes feel like I’m losing that thing that helps you some time and I told him maybe he’s the one who needs
Heavenly azure. Now I would like to
see what color the “inner sides” are. And I remember stu , I forget what it’s called. the glasses. He looked up at the ceiling and said some-
want to know who decided on that shade
and why. Usually these things are painted I used to be quite near-sighted. Before I was married, I thing that I couldn’t really hear, so maybe I’ll get my
rust, gray, brown, maybe a dark green or
black but never do I remember a beauti- was seeing a girl when I was in college, at least I thought hearing checked out also. He had a machine blow this
ful blue! Someone’s ight of fancy or just
extra blue paint in the shop? Will I ever I was. It turns out I wasn’t, and that’s when I got glasses. hard poof of air right into my eye, which startled me and
know the whole story? It certainly bright-
ened my spirits that day. e glasses I wore corrected for near-sightedness and I almost hit my head on the top of the machine. He says

*clues astigmatism, but I had to take them o to read clearly. Bi- it’s to test for glaucoma, but I think it’s payback for all the

e answer to last week’s column was “Joseph focals were uncomfortable, because they can’t remove the times I blew in my dog’s face. I’m not the only one who’s
Purdy Homestead, this iteration, e Farmer
and the Fish.” Send answers and feedback to astigmatism correction from the bottom of the lens where done it either, so don’t try to make me out as the bad guy.
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I would read from. So I used to wear my glasses cocked to I know you’ve been doing it too, and if you have, stop
JODI WEINBERGER, EDITOR the side up on the bridge of my nose, so I could see below blowing in my dog’s face. But I AM probably the only one
them when I was looking at something close, and see far who told my dog that I was checking for glaucoma. She
Editorial Office: 914-302-5830
Fax: 914-617-8508 away if I looked up. is caused people to believe that my doesn’t have it, by the way, I tested yesterday.
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face was attached to my head at the wrong angle. When I en he shines this incredibly bright light into my

was talking to someone close up, my glasses were pointing eye, apparently trying to peer into my soul. I told him

over their right shoulder, and sometimes they would turn my mother said I shouldn’t look directly into a bright

around to see what my glasses found so interesting. I was light, and he told me he wasn’t my mother. He also said I

surprised that nobody else wore their glasses like that, but should see a specialist about my soul.

nobody else seemed to be. He said put on the eye patch and take a look at the

And now people who are near and dear to me are chart. He’s probably never heard my pirate accent before

blurrier than people who are far and dear to me. So I so I told him a quick pirate joke, which went over like a

went to the eye doctor, but which one should you go to? lead doubloon. He told me to just say the last line, and

An optometrist has to go to college, then after four more I thought he meant the last line of the joke, which went

years of school get a degree in optometry. He or she can over like another lead doubloon. He meant the eye chart,

test your eyes, check their general health and prescribe which I could only read if I squinted. It said in really small

glasses. If there’s a sty in my eye, you should see my o ce. letters D O N T S Q U I N T.

Whereas an ophthalmologist goes to medical school, If you’re getting new eyeglasses, you have to look through

then has an internship, a residency, possibly a fellowship this contraption that has a million lenses attached to it,

and maybe a friendship. He or she can diagnose and treat and try to see the eye chart on the wall. e optometrist

medical conditions related to the eyes. Whereas an opti- SEE MELEN PAGE 10
cian does not test the eyes, but simply lls the eyeglass

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How to deal with teenage rudeness

Dear Dr. Linda, stage of development. Here’s some tips as feeling angry or frustrated with friends
I had the worst Mother’s Day anyone and lash out instead at teachers or their
She wants to impress STRONG how to deal with the parents.
could have! Maybe I’m being overdra- them or let them know LEARNING rudeness.
matic because no one died, was in an that she’s their friend. • Be a role model for appropriate
accident, or anything else like that. But • Talk to her about behavior when upset. is will help her
my 14-year-old daughter became so see how you deal with frustration when
rude to me, her father and siblings that In fact, her fear of them DR. LINDA appropriate behavior. things don’t go your way.
it’s making me crazy. SILBERT
“defriending” her is so When she was 2 and At a calmer time, when Laura is not
She was the sweetest, most ador- tired, hungry or frustrated over some-
able little girl who has turned into this strong, that she keeps had tantrums, there thing, talk to her about what she can
nasty, angry and downright rude person. do to prevent her rudeness. Explain to
To make things worse, I got an email talking to them to keep was no reasoning with her that her rude behavior will have
from one of her teachers the Friday consequences. Others will view her as
before Mother’s Day telling me how the friendship going. her because she was 2 a nasty rude person. Let her know that
rude Laura was to her when she asked you know she is not a nasty rude person.
her to stop talking in class. Her teacher Other reasons for talking during class and you can’t reason with a 2-year-old.
told me that she talks continuously and en talk about strategies to calm herself
disrupts the whole class. She also relayed are that she may have di culty with self- However, by the time a child is 14, you down before she lashes out at someone.
the message that it’s not only her class. Since you’re probably not trained on
Other teachers have commented on her control and may be impulsive. She may be should be able to reason with her to a how to help her, you may need to seek
continuous talking and rudeness. What help. Contact a counselor or other pro-
do we do to stop this? seeking attention. Even negative attention degree, depending on the child’s needs fessional who can start helping her deal
with the real issues behind her action.
Devastated Mom seems better than no attention. She may and maturity.
Dr. Linda
Dear Devastated Mom, be struggling in school because of a read- • If she embarrasses you in front of
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grade, students seem to catch on that speci cally what bothered you about

talking during class isn’t helping them or her behavior. Talk about times she was

the class. If that’s the case, maturity will embarrassed by someone being rude to

probably help correct that problem. her. Again, she may say that she doesn’t

But her rudeness needs to be ad- care, but she does.

dressed now. No one has the right to be • Ask her if she has a reason to be rude

rude. Talk to her about other people’s to her teachers. Are they embarrassing

feelings. Talk to her about how she feels her in front of the class? Is something

when kids or adults treat her rudely. else going on in school that’s making her

She’ll probably say, “I don’t care. It feel upset or frustrated?

doesn’t bother me.” But in reality, it does. • Rudeness many times is displaced,

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Sleeping in C minor

“Ow!” LOST IN “You were, and you whacked me in the head twice!” I respond-
I woke up with a start when my husband’s left arm SUBURBIA ed. “Could you switch to a more sedate piece of music?”
whacked me in the head. I rolled over to yell at him
and saw that he was sound asleep. His hands, however, were wide He laughed.
“It’s not funny. I didn’t know orchestral music was a contact

awake and keeping a perfect 3/4 time to some mystery concerto. TRACY sport. Couldn’t you just snore like other husbands?”
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band works in the music industry and like most husbands, he by my husband in his sleep, I suddenly realized that there might

tends to take his work to bed with him. For us, this means he actually be an untapped resource in his sleep conducting. If he

goes to sleep dreaming of music. Sometimes I wake up to the could conduct in his sleep, why couldn’t he do some other things

sound of him humming in his sleep, which, truthfully, can be that would be in nitely more productive? Maybe we could get

kind of cute if not for the fact that he wakes me out of a dead sleep humming. But him to dream about home repairs and have him x the broken garage door in his

the other, less cute thing he does in his sleep is conduct. And things can get dicey sleep. Or change the lightbulbs in the bathroom. Or even take out the garbage.

when he is working on a big orchestral piece and I happen to be sleeping in the He could sleep-chore his way through all the things he complained about doing

string section. when he was awake. It was genius.

After my husband whacked me, I rubbed my forehead and wondered if I should “I’m going back to sleep,” he said groggily.

interrupt the symphony and tell the players to take ve or roll over and go back to A few minutes passed and then I heard my husband’s breathing get more rhyth-

sleep. I watched for a minute and saw his hands start to slow down. I wasn’t sure if mic and I knew he was asleep. I leaned in close to him and began to chant softly

the piece he was conducting had become more allegro or if one of the horn players into his ear.

had screwed up and they were trying it again. “Garage door. Garage door. Garage door.”

Deciding the conducting coast was clear, I closed my eyes and tried to go back “Garage door,” he murmured.

to sleep. But just as I dropped o , I got another blow to the head. “Yes, garage door. Fix the garage door,” I said softly.

“Okay Maestro, concert’s over!” I barked at my husband, shaking his shoulder. “Good plan,” he said loudly. “And if you’re going down to the garage you might

His eyes popped open. want to grab a bike helmet in case I whack you again.”


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What does an
orthopedist do
to stay fit?

BY DR. VICTOR KHABIE ercise is doing the same thing Dr. Khabie at Life Time Athletic Chappaqua
GUEST COLUMNIST over and over. is can lead to
Exercise is invaluable. cle. And it can also lead to bore-
Exercise helps us build the dom, a big reason people quit and hop on YouTube. You’ll injuries, injuries related to the speci c joint, such as your knees,
muscles we need to walk, run the gym or give up exercise en- nd hundreds of videos dem-
and give the most epic piggy- tirely. I aim for a workout that shoulders from improper over- and is accompanied by swelling,
back rides to our littlest loved includes cardio, weight train- onstrating how to use these
ones. ere’s also a strong rela- ing and core strengthening. As bands to perform chest presses, head lifting and knee injuries and continues or worsens after
tionship between exercise and long as my heart rate is up, I’m squats and core exercises. You
the length and quality of our a little sweaty, my head is clear, can also incorporate an exercise from aggressive squatting and a day, this indicates a problem.
lives. It’s no surprise that be- and my mood is better than it ball for core strengthening and
ing more sedentary increases was before I started, I know had stretches. box jumping. If you’re eager to Here are my red/yellow/green
our risk of chronic disease, joint a good workout.
pain and arthritis. While regu- inking about Cross t? try CrossFit, listen to your body. light guidelines for working out:
lar physical activity can help NO GYM? NO PROBLEM. Great, but be careful.
o set these risks, it’s a commit- ere are many fun ways to Make sure you have a proper No pain after a workout?
ment. Between work, cooking While I do believe Cross-
dinner and that Net ix show get in some cardio without us- Fit can o er many bene ts, warm-up and go at your own Give yourself a green light to
that has us hooked, how can we ing an elliptical or treadmill. including improved exibility,
possibly nd the time to get our We’re fortunate to have many strength, and balance, I tend pace. maintain your routine. Some
bodies moving? hills in Westchester. For a great to see more orthopedic inju-
Finding time really means cardio workout, try walking a ries from this type of training. pain after a workout? Consider
making time. I have a hard time trail with many hills at a brisk CrossFit ‘Workouts of the Day’
working out in the morning. So pace for 30 minutes to an hour. can be extreme and people tend NO PAIN, NO GAIN. that a yellow light, and make
instead, I exercise in the eve- Trust me, you’ll feel the burn! to push themselves too hard.
nings after work. My schedule Keep it interesting by exploring Most commonly, I see overuse If you’ve ever tried a new sure the pain is gone the next
is intense, but it’s essential to a new path or hiking trail.
carve out time to exercise. A workout, you may be familiar day before proceeding. Still
good workout stimulates your You’ve gured out your favor-
mind, body, and soul — and ite cardio routine? Great! But with the post-leg-day limp or experiencing pain after a few
joints. Exercise not only lowers don’t forget about weight train-
your risk for chronic diseases, it ing. post-workout waddle. But how days? is is a red light. Take
also increases your strength and
exibility, and keeps your joints Studies show that strength do you distinguish muscle pain a break from your exercise pro-
healthy – lowering your risk for training builds calcium in the
ankle, knee, hip, or shoulder bones and prevents osteopo- from injury? If you’re beginning gram or modify it. For example,
pain down the road. rosis. If not used, calcium can
So what’s my workout rou- wash out of your bones within a new exercise, your muscles if you have knee pain, focus on
tine? six weeks. To reap the bene ts
I mix it up. e biggest mis- of weight training, add 30 min- may be sore initially. However, upper body workouts instead.
take people make regarding ex- utes of free weights or weight
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A beginner’s guide to running

Running is a way of life for brain reward pathways as some Getting started with running Rather, it’s more important to body. When studying elite run-
is not as simple as lacing up one’s just get outside (or indoors) and ners, most take around 180 steps
many individuals. addictive drugs. Runners can get sneakers and hitting the road. To run. Matthew Meyer, a certi- per minute, which is roughly 30
be safe, prospective runners can more steps than amateurs. Short,
When others witness just how a happy “high” from the sport. consider these tips. ed trainer in New York, says a quick steps mean the feet spend
good beginning running target less time in contact with the
t and content some runners Running also can help a per- • Start with the gear. Wear is 20 minutes, three days a week. ground, leading to smaller im-
comfortable clothing and shoes Gradually increase the number pacts with each contact. Running
seem to be, they may want to son lose weight or maintain a so you can run without discom- of days and minutes spent run- in a way that ensures you land on
fort. Choose a running shoe that ning as you develop endurance. your midfoot with light steps is
follow suit. healthy weight. Runner’s World has support but also at least half another technique to consider.
an inch of space between the big • Try running slower. Begin-
Running has many health magazine indicates that regu- toe and the end of the shoe to ners need to start out slowly Running is a healthy, bene -
allow for proper foot movement. to avoid injury. However, run- cial pastime. Getting started re-
bene ts. In a 2015 study pub- lar running exercise boosts the ning more slowly is e ective for quires the right gear and some
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Kevin Connolly

Senior captain helps lead Tigers

Kevin Connolly is a senior captain catcher on North Salem’s My favorite profes-
baseball team. sional athlete is Derek
Jeter because he played
How old were you when you started playing baseball the game the way it was
and how did you get started? supposed to be played
and was such a great role
I got started when I was about 4 years old by going to model. As for my favorite
Frozen Ropes and playing with other kids. pro team it is the New
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What is your favorite part about being part of the
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I see myself as role model for the younger kids and my it be and why?
teammates. From years past, I’ve gained knowledge in
what to do behind the plate.

How would you describe what your strengths
in the game?

I see my leadership and blocking
ability as my best strengths.

What is your favorite team Teleportation because I could witness
activity, pre-game or post- di erent time periods.
game ritual that you
share with your team- If you could pick one place to visit on vacation that
mates? you’ve never been to, where would you go and why?
I would go to Hawaii because I’ve always wanted to go
My favorite pre- there and it looks like a lot of fun.
game activity is to
listen to music. What is your favorite food
After the game, to eat before or after a
my favorite thing to game?
do is to go out to eat
after a win. Before every game I
always eat an apple and
What goals does the team granola bar. As for after
have entering this season? the game, I usually eat
pretzels or a buttered roll.
Our team goal is to have a winning record at the end of
the season.

Who has been your biggest role model over the years Best place to eat in
and what have you learned from them? North Salem and why?

My biggest role model over the years has been my dad Peach Lake Market, be-
because he has always helped me with baseball when I was cause they have the best bacon
struggling. But most importantly he has taught me how to egg and cheeses.
become the man I am today.
Facebook,Twitter or Insta-
Tell us one thing about yourself that not a lot of gram? Why?
people know?
Instagram, because it is what all of
I am very superstitious. After a successful practice or my friends use and with sports and other
game, I will make sure everything is done the same exact news I can stay up to date on everything.
way so it can happen again.
What would you tell a younger athlete grow-
Do you plan to play baseball in college? ing up in North Salem about the experience of
As of now, I don’t plan on playing baseball in college but being part of the baseball program and why should
I will de nitely be playing intramurals or club. they go out for the team?

Do you know what you want to study in college? If yes, I would tell them that after being part of the baseball
what and why? program for many years, that not only have I grown as a base-
ball player, I have grown as a person. On top of that, being on
I’m going to Spring eld College to study physical the team lets you make new friends that otherwise might
education. I am majoring in physical education because I not be friends with.
enjoy working with kids and sports.

Who is your favorite professional athlete and pro or
college sports team?

Page 18 – North Salem News SPORTS Thursday, May 23, 2019

Put Valley tops Tigers for league title
North Salem optimistic about sectionals


e varsity baseball team took the eld Kyle
ursday, May 16, against Putnam Valley fires to
with hopes of splitting a league title again- first base.

sttheir league rivals, but Putnam Valley won

the game and the league.

North Salem’s o ense couldn’t get any-

thing going as Putnam Valley senior pitcher

T.J. Brescia threw a complete-

game one-hit shutout and struck

out 10 over 7 innings in the win.

“ ey were very clean defen-

sively in the eld,” North Salem

coach Rob Gilchrist said.

e game would nish 4-0,

but the nal score is a bit mis-

leading, as it was a pitchers’ duel

most of the way.

“He was great,” said Gilchrist

referring to sophomore pitcher

Jake Torres’ performance

In the bottom of the rst,

North Salem would bend, but

not break as Torres pitched his The team meets huddles just
way out of a bases-loaded one- before the seventh inning.
out jam.

In the top of the second, North

Salem proved to be their own Putnam Valley led all the way up until the in the inning
giving them a
worst enemy as a Putnam Valley baserunner bottom of the sixth as their senior Bobby 4-0 lead.

scored from second base due to a throwing Kroboth collected 2 RBIs thanks to a triple. “We could’ve Steven Herlihy
had a share of throws the final
error within the North Salem in eld. Putnam Valley would add another run later the league title
but unfortu- pitches of the
nately, it didn’t game against
work out,” Gil- Putnam Valley.
christ said. “I
hope we can Camden
learn and get Binette
better from two
straight losses PHOTOS:
to the No. 1 CHRIS
team in Class LOVELL

North Salem nishes the
season at 11-8-1 and had many
impact players along the way.

“Senior captain Rian Bal-
bino is the ace of our pitching
sta and center elder when
not pitching,” Gilchrist said.

“Junior Kyle Singer played
shortstop and was our leado
hitter while sophomore An-
thony Foglia batted No. 3 all
season while also playing rst

North Salem was named
the 7th seed for the upcom-
ing Class B sectional tourna-
ment and were set to play the
10th-seeded Ardsley Panthers
Monday, May 20 at North Sa-

“It’s going to be a pitchers’
duel,” Gilchrist predicted. “I’m
most likely leaning toward our
senior lefty Rian Balbino to
start. It’s going to beone-, two-
run type of game and I expect
it to be very close.”

Thursday, May 23, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 19

Tigers go the
distance at the
county track

BY VIC MCGEE and battled it out for the lead with

CONTRIBUTING WRITER Pedro Bravo of Iona Prep and Jo-

seph O’Brien of Horace Greeley.

North Salem sophomore Ava e last lap Bravo was able to pull

Jolley knew what she was up away for the victory with a time of

against as she lined up for the girls’ 4:21.11 with O’Brien in second at

3,000-meter run at the Westches- 4:21.80. Leicht was able to nish

ter County Championships track third in the race as he held o any

and eld meet Saturday, May 1, at challengers from behind and n-

Harrison High School. ished a full six seconds ahead of the

She would have to face Ursuline fourth place nisher.

senior Sarah Flynn in the race, and “Ben and Ava’s third place n- Katie Mogg competes in the 100-meter dash
in the Westchester County Championships at
Jolley knew it would take a great ishes were signi cant because the Ava Jolley was third in the 3,000-meter run. Harrison.

performance to best Flynn. level of competition was so high,”

Early on Jolley was up to the Coach Nick Kowgios said.

challenge as they broke out to a fast Juliette Intrieri also competed in

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Page 20 – North Salem News SPORTS Thursday, May 23, 2019


Kasey Harmon Camille Flayhan defends from Isabella Dedvukaj during the Section 1
hits a two-run quarterfinal game at Putnam Valley.
Girls top Putnam
Tigers eye sectionals with 6-2 Valley in quarterfinals
win over Pleasantville

BY RICH MONETTI “It helped us. We want to make the section- BY LUKE BUGONI

CONTRIBUTING WRITERI als so we knew we needed to step it up,” said

Harmon. e North Salem girls lacrosse

Amanda Marano wasn’t concerned. team continued their sectional play

e low point in North Salem’s season prob- “I don’t worry about making errors. I just on ursday, May 16, as they defeat-

ably came with a 12-0 loss to rst place Put come to have fun and make plays,” said Ma- ed league rival Putnam Valley, 9-8.

Valley on May 8. But the girls have done more rano. After defeating Dobbs Ferry 19-8

than bounce back. Either way, Mittelstadt sees a 7-11 team that on Tuesday to advance. North Salem

“We’ve won three of the last four,” said coach now wins the close ones, and after Edgemont came into the matchup with a record

Bob Mittelstadt. on Monday, he knows pitching and defense are of 8-9. North Salem and Putnam

Kiara Donovan’s game winning homer his strength. Of course, a long run starts at Valley played each other earlier in

against Somers on May 15 proved a good lead home. Our sporadic hitting will determine how the year with North Salem winning

in for Saturday’s game versus Pleasantville. far we go, Mittelstadt concluded. 15-9.

A close 4-2 game brewing at Pequenakonck “We’ve seen this team before, so

Elementary, Donovan refused to gasp when the we knew Jacklyn Phillips was their

big moment came again. goal scorer and that their goalie was

“I just took a deep breath,”said the left elder, good,” North Salem head coach

and her two run double left Cat Senatore to Sara Major Amanda Heyde said. “Our plan was
makes a
easily get the last three outs. catch. just to stick to how we play and not
Senatore knows the feeling as North Salem’s
let them control the game. We’re a

sole starting pitcher. Despite Friday night’s 9-2 PHOTOS: RICH team that likes to play at a high pace, PHOTOS: CHRIS LOVELL
loss to Rye Neck - the sophomore rounded out MONETTI
her week with a 3-1 victory over Fox Lane on so the goal is to just win the draw Jane Fetterolf pursues the ball.
and pump the ball down the eld.”

May 11. Putnam Valley came out ring

“She’s a workhorse,” said Mittelstadt. as they grabbed a 3-1 lead just 10 some con dence and kept telling

A walk by Hope Sandor and single by Han- minutes into the rst half. However, them they could do it.”

nah Carminucci put runners on rst and third, North Salem would go on to out- Heyde’s encouragement seemed

and after Kasey Harmon walked, Donovan’s score Putnam Valley 6-1 in the nal to work as freshman goalie Izzy

sacri ce y knocked in Sandor. 15 minutes, taking a 7-4 lead into Conley and the rest of the North

Harmon’s walk, though, had the Tiger catch- halftime. Salem defense exed their muscles

er on edge for her next at bat. North Salem continued their and held Putnam Valley scoreless

“I was anxious to swing,” said Harmon, and strong play to start the second half as over the last ve minutes.

she didn’t look good after two swinging strikes. they took a 9-4 lead by scoring two “I think just locking them out of

But Harmon settled in and launched a two-run goals just ve minutes in. the eight was a big factor,” goalie

homer for a 3-0 lead. With Putnam Valley playing for Izzy Conley said. “It was a little

Nonetheless, the big blast didn’t leave the their season, they wouldn’t go away nerve-wracking seeing them come

Panthers wagging. Runs in the fourth and easily and their play for the rest of back from that de cit, but I think

the fth drew praise Pleasantville Coach Gina the second half re ected that as they that once we relaxed and got our

Perino, but she lamented her team’s laid back scored three goals in four minutes to nerves in check, we were able to keep

beginning. “I wish we started o more aggres- make it 9-7. them out and not allow any more

sive, because that’s when we started hitting,” Five minutes after making it 9-7, shots on goal.”

said Perino. Putnam Valley scored again to cut After defeating Putnam Valley,

Instead, Mittelstadt was tallying the section the North Salem lead down to one North Salem went on to beat No.

point totals. with 5 minutes remaining. 2 Pleasantville in overtime in the

“ is should put us in the middle, because “I just told them, ‘You got this,’ sectional semi nals Saturday, May

we want to avoid teams like Albertus Magnus Heyde said. “ You could tell they 18. ey move onto the Class D sec-

in the rst round,” he said. were a little nervous, but I trust tional nals May 22, to take on No.1

With sectionals at stake, the good wee wasn’t them so much. ey knew what they Bronxville, a team that beat them

a surprise to Harmon. needed to do, and I just gave them earlier this season, 18-8.

Thursday, May 23, 2019 LEISURE North Salem News – Page 21

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1. Guitarists use them 33. Female body part rules 30. Sustained viral
5. Makes less intense 34. Passerine bird 56. Egyptian unit of response (abbr.)
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18. “Riddley Walker” writer Aussie birds 60. Miserable in 34. Supervised
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expectant Japan
manner 51. Rural delivery
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same name 57. Delaware
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27. Uncouth man

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Pros and cons to giving kids allowances

Parents can employ various is to o er compensation for the payouts. allowances can be important being charitable.
strategies, including assigning jobs that children are doing. According to Lewis Mandell, tools. Here are some additional • Learning the correlation
chores, to instill a sense of re- bene ts to allowances.
sponsibility in their children. Allowances can provide foun- a former dean of business at the between work and compensa-
dations for parents to teach kids State University of New York • Allowances can provide in- tion is a lesson that starts in
e natural segue from chores about working for a living. Kids at Bu alo, giving a child an al- centive to get chores done. childhood. Allowances can be
are able to grasp the concept lowance, especially a regular, an important part of kids’ early
that money doesn’t come with- unconditional allowance that • Allowances can motivate
out hard work. Also, allowances the child can depend on, isn’t students to work hard at school. nancial education.
paint the picture that one’s - the right way to approach al-
nancial resources are commen- lowances. Children may begin • Allowances can include a is article is from Metro
surate with the e ort he or she to view this allowance as an required portion to be donated, Creative Connection.
puts in. Giving allowances also entitlement. In fact, Mandell’s teaching kids the importance of
can help teach children how to research on teens in the United
manage money, plan ahead and States, Canada, Europe, and
make spending choices about Australia found, without excep-
what’s most important, accord- tion, that teens who received a
ing to the parenting guide Raise regular unconditional allow-
Smart Kids. ance had diminished nancial
literacy, lower levels of motiva-
Allowances can be tough to tion and an increased aversion
gure out. For example, parents to work.
may not know how to deter-
mine the rate and frequency of But when handled properly,


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ForSK# G19281, MSRP $63,085
ForSK# G19229, MSRP $43,980

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$5,573! $7,225! $8,544! $7,920!

2019 GMC Terrain SLT AWD $37,9252019 GMC Acadia SLT 1 $59,691 $64,0652019GMCSierra1500DenaliLDC/C 2019GMCSierra2500DenaliHDC/C
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Buy For For ForSK# G19032, MSRP $71,985
SK# G19110, MSRP $45,150
$31,567For SK# G19100, MSRP $68,235
SK# G19301, MSRP $37,140

See dealer for details. All rebates included. All buys include lease loyalty.Must qualify for rebates. Leases are 10k per year with $3998 down, plus 1st payment and bank fee. Must qualify for tier 1 credit. Must finance with GM Financial. Not all buyers will qualify.
Must qualify for rebates.Residuals: Sierra 10761/25788, Terrain 6084/17374, Acadia 5256/25922 and Canyon 8604/25565. Financing in lieu of rebates. Pictures for illustration purposes only. Not responsible for typographical errors.Ends 5/31/19.

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