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Published by Halston Media, 2019-10-10 12:50:55

North Salem News 10.10.19

North Salem’s only weekly newspaper mailed to every home and business.

Vol. 5 No. 28 Visit TapIntoNorthSalem.net for the latest news. Thursday, October 10, 2019

Scouts Health Department
elevated in ‘Bridge’ empowered by new

ceremony county law

Westchester Board of Legislators approve
legislation in wake of Measles scare

PHOTO COURTESY OF REBECCA SOBIE ZULLA BY CAROL REIF hold certain philosophical beliefs will
CONTRIBUTING WRITER interpret any action in this area as be-
The fourth-grade Brownies of North Salem Girl Scout Troop 2950 became “Juniors” ing that, but that is not what that does,”
during their bridge ceremony on Sept. 20, at the North Salem Firehouse. The Politicians can chew over such issues Latimer said during the bill-signing
16 girls have been Scouting together since kindergarten. In this photo, they just as the recent measles outbreak ad nau- ceremony on Sept. 24.
finished reciting a poem about Juniors and they recited the Scout pledge. seam, but when it’s time to implement
public health policy, that’s where “the Backed up by Amler and Board of
professionals” should take the lead, said Legislators Vice Chairwoman Alfreda
County Executive George Latimer. Williams, the legislation’s author, Lat-
imer invited anyone curious about its
e Westchester County executive implications to read the “actual law,”
drove home that philosophy recently saying: “You will see very clearly what it
by signing legislation giving the county does and does not say.”
Department of Health more power to
“issue orders, adopt provisions of the e move was prompted by out-
health code, and take all necessary mea- breaks of measles—a highly contagious
sures” to prevent “the spread of commu- and potentially life-threatening disease.
nicable diseases, including those relat- Hundreds of cases have been reported
ing to vaccines.” in Rockland County and parts of New
York City. Westchester registered eight
Health Commissioner Dr. Sherlita cases, all occurring in Mount Kisco and
Amler said the law, which was approved involving unvaccinated children, most
unanimously last month, corrects a of them siblings, who had been exposed
shortcoming in the county code that in Rockland and Brooklyn.
prevented health o cials from taking
action before a state of emergency is Just last week, the Putnam County
declared. Department of Health (PCDOH) had
con rmed a positive case of measles.
“ is is not a debate over vaccina- Several possible exposure sites had
tions. is is not the expansion of vac-
cinations. People who are out there who SEE VACCINES PAGE 22

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Thursday, October 10, 2019 Your Neighbor North Salem News – Page 3

Her next act

Emmy-Award winning actress is featured

playwright at Schoolhouse eater

BY SARAH GAYDEN with an opportunity. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE SCHOOLHOUSE THEATER
CONTRIBUTING WRITER “He said, ‘I don’t know if you know, but I
Dorothy Lyman during a scene of “Gladstone Hollow,” which she also wrote.
For a career that has spanned nearly half have a little theater in Westchester. I have an
a century, two-time Emmy Award-winner opening in June, and if you want to do your ‘It was a wonderful feeling to be validated like that.’
Dorothy Lyman feels like she is now ex- play, you’d be welcome to come up there,’”
actly where she wants to be. Lyman said.“And it was a wonderful feeling Dorothy Lyman
to be validated like that.”
e actress, director and producer, who the play is just the kind of work and the It seems like the perfect match: a small
playfully refers to herself as the “oldest Validation has never come easy to Lyman
emerging playwright in America,” credits in an industry that has historically con ned playwright is just the kind of professional professional theater that bills itself as the
the Schoolhouse eater in Croton Falls women to very speci c boxes. Roles for
with helping foster her evolution. women, particularly women over the age of he wants the Schoolhouse to be known for. place where things begin and a woman who
30,were few and far between throughout her
Lyman’s “Gladstone Hollow,” which was career. When Lyman joined the Director’s “We are trying to feature new work has earned her place as a soulful playwright.
performed at the Schoolhouse this past Guild of America, only nine women were
summer, was inspired by her 16 years living doing camera for television. Until about 10 that nobody has ever seen,” Lewis said of Lyman maintains a serenity about it all that
on a farm in Upstate New York. She refers years ago, a woman had never been nomi-
to this period of her life as “extreme empty- nated for a Tony Award for directing. the Schoolhouse’s mission. “And Dorothy can only come with years of life experience.
nest syndrome,” a time when—her children
grown and out of the house—she turned her “I made it my personal mandate to create brings the honesty and her amazing mind “All I can do is try to do my work the best
back on her career in the arts and chose to roles for women, and older women speci -
live in a rural community of dairy farmers. cally,”she said. and talent. And she loves hard work, which, way I know how,” she said. “I’m alive. My

“I raised my own livestock, made pies for Lyman noted that many of the great roles at the end of the day, is what the greats family is healthy; I’m healthy. I just couldn’t
the Saturday market and roasted corn for that have been written for women in theater
every community day in August,”she said. have been written by men. have.” ask for more.”

In this pastoral setting, Lyman had room “I think people should stop reviving old
to stretch her artistic mind. She began writ- plays written by men and try to nd some
ing plays and testing the appetite for them new stu ,”Lyman said.
at community theaters. Bram Lewis, artistic
director of the Schoolhouse, was present at “Soft Landing,” a play Lyman wrote
a workshop production of “Gladstone Hol- about two old women who want to go to
low” in Manhattan and approached Lyman the moon, is one such play she hopes the
theater community—and speci cally the
Schoolhouse—will embrace. For Lewis,

Schoolhouse Theater presents ‘The Amish Project’

e Schoolhouse eater County, Pa. e emphasis of connected to it. ABOUT THE Holland and Gary William
presents “ e Amish Project,” the play is on forgiveness and “It has made me stronger as SCHOOLHOUSE THEATER
directed by Todd Olson and reconciliation in the Amish Friedman’s “Love Linda,” B.H.
starring Katherine M. Tanner, community’s response to the an actor and as a person,”Tanner Westchester County’s oldest
running now through Oct. 20. horror of that day. said. “My desire to strengthen non-pro t professional Actor’s Barry’s “ e Enlightenment
others through my art is Equity theater, located at 3
American citizens who are is ctional account of that empowering and I want to share Owens Road, in North Salem. of Mr. Mole,” and Lois
trying to make sense of the mass day unfolds with Tanner playing that humanity and joy with all.” Since 1986, it has been a place
shootings that have taken place seven characters connected by for actors,writers and composers Robbins’ “L.O.V.E.R.,”
over the last several years will be a shared tragedy as they learn With student prices, senior to develop their work. In 2015,
uplifted by Jessica Dickey’s play. that strength and grace is what’s and group rates available, Bram Lewis became artistic which is currently playing at
It focuses on a shooting that needed to go forward. Tanner this play is a way to open up director. Since then, several
occurred in 2006 at the West has won many awards for communication about the shows have moved to o - Pershing Square Signature
Nickel Mines School in the performances of this piece in the several community tragedies our Broadway after making their
Amish Community of Lancaster more than six years she has been country has experienced in the debut here, including Stevie Center. is charming old
last several years.
building also houses two art

galleries featuring exhibits by

thriving visual artists. For more

information and tickets, visit

schoolhousetheater.org.

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The Staff More details requested in county tower proposal

EDITORIAL TEAM Project would bene t emergency service communications
JODI WEINBERGER
EDITOR: 914-302-5830 BY HELU WANG e new tower and related the tower with an existing tower is is not the rst tower dis-
[email protected] STAFF WRITER ground facilities, including an on Crosby Road. pute in the town. Earlier in the
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER equipment shelter, a generator year, a commercial cell tower pro-
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-302-5628 North Salem Planning Board and a load bank, are proposed to “ at would be a lot easier for posal on the Hammond Museum
[email protected] members requested that the be constructed next to the exist- them than building a million- property was put on hold after it
ADVERTISING TEAM county provide more information ing Crown Castle tower. It in- dollar tower on a new site,” Curtis drew outrage from residents, who
about site alternatives and the volves the removal of up to 12 said in a follow-up phone inter- were concerned about potential
LISA KAIN potential visual impact regarding trees and clearing approximately view. health and safety risks.
914-351-2424 a proposed lattice tower. 4,250 square feet of land for the
[email protected] installation. e county representatives said As part of the county’s major
PAUL FORHAN e proposed 150-foot tower, the site is unsuitable because of capital project, which includes
914-202-2392 at 40 Sun Valley Drive, aims to e proposal triggered a six- frequency interference and inad- 29 sites, the demand for build-
[email protected] upgrade the county’s existing page memorandum from the equate ground conditions. ing this tower appears imminent.
CORINNE STANTON public safety voice radio system. Planning Board members, who Spear said a delay of one site
845-621-4049 County representative Susan highlighted concerns about the “We’d like to see the back- could delay the entire project.
[email protected] Spear said at the Oct. 2 Planning potential impact on land, visual, ground information of how you
JENNIFER CONNELLY Board meeting that the proj- noise, transportation and com- got there and what was not con- Despite being under a tight
914-334-6335 ect would directly bene t local munity character. Additionally, sidered a good site,” Curtis said at deadline, Curtis estimated that
[email protected] the proposed height and setbacks the meeting.“We want to see what the whole process, including
BRUCE HELLER re departments and emergency do not meet the town’s zoning re- alternatives that you’ve looked at variance application, public
914-202-2941 medical services. quirements. and why you rejected them.” hearing and environmental as-
[email protected] sessment, takes months.
PRODUCTION TEAM “It would be a tremendous Cynthia Curtis, chair of the More materials such as visual
TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL improvement to the public Planning Board, inquired about simulation, height analysis and lo- She said in the interview that
PRODUCTION MANAGER safety communications system site alternatives and suggested cation alternatives were requested there’s no question that the
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Page 6 – North Salem News Thursday, October 10, 2019

Colin BALANCED ROCK
McDonough
weds Alisha The Four Horseman email [email protected]
or visit keelerlibrary.org.
Dunn
e Four Horsemen are back! NS Rec Department
David Ray, Mike Latini, Dave

Goldenberg and George Mal- programs
las, area residents, will be rid-

ing into e Heights at Brother All registration forms avail-

Vic’s in South Salem on Friday, able at: http://bit.ly/nsrec-

Oct. 18, at 8 p.m. reation. Questions? Contact

All four of the Horsemen are North Salem Recreation at

singer-songwriters who each 914-669-5665

brings their own style to the

show. Tickets are $15 and are ADULT HEALTH AND

available at the door on the day FITNESS

of the show. Reservations are Zumba with Amy Green,

strongly encouraged. For more Wednesdays 6:30-7:30

information, visit theheightsat- p.m., through Nov. 20 at the

brothervics.com Pequenakonck Elementary

Handmade Holiday School Gym. $110 for eight
sessions.

Bazaar Fall Into Yin Yoga with
Jaime Roche, Tuesdays 6-7:15

e Friends of the Ruth Kee- p.m., through Nov. 26 at St.

ler Memorial Library are hosting James Village Hall. is quiet

the Handmade Holiday Bazaar and re ective class features long

Colin McDonough and Alisha Dunn were Baruch University and is currently employed by from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at held, supported oor based
married on Aug. 10 at e ayer Hotel at West J.P. Morgan Chase in NYC as a recruiter.
Point. the Ruth Keeler Memorial Li- poses that will focus on open-
e ceremony was o ciated by the bride’s
e bride, a native of Florida, is a 2014 gradu- friend, Marina Veiga. Colin’s groomsmen were brary. ere will be items made ing the connective tissues of the
ate of the University of Florida and has a master’s Zachary Citarella (best man), Ryan McDonough,
degree from St. John’s University. She is current- Dakota Fontanello, Matt Chaiko, Mike Ti any by students 18 and under such as body such as tendons, ligaments
ly a teacher and instructional coach for Middle and Joey Rodberg.Alisha’s bridesmaids were Janet
School 88 in Brooklyn. e groom graduated Jacob (matron of honor), Rachel Owens (maid of jewelry, paintings, photographs, and fascia. $220 for 11 sessions.
from North Salem High School in 2010. He is a honor), Dana Nieuwkerk, Sasha Hernandez, Au-
2014 graduate of Pennsylvania State University drey Rada and Alyssa Prazenica. ber arts, beauty care items and Yoga-Qi with Cheryl Aiello,
at University Park and has a master’s degree from
e bride and groom honeymooned in Bali. more. ere will also be a cookie ursdays 4-4:45 p.m., at the

bake-o at the event. Enter your North Salem Firehouse, Route

best cookie. Bring them to the li- 116. is unique class incorpo-

brary on Nov. 3 for the judges to rates stretches, movement and

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Thursday, October 10, 2019 North Salem News – Page 7

ROCK Club: Residents 55 and older are JB Park work to start

FROM PAGE 6 eligible to join the senior group.

Meetings are held at 11:30 a.m. on

breath work from the ancient tra- the second Tuesday of the month

ditions of Yoga,Taiji and QiGong. at the North Salem Fire House. BY HELU WANG more elds for soccer, which is the soccer eld. e town repaved
STAFF WRITER especially popular in town. e the previous basketball court, in-
$99 for eight sessions. Upcoming Events: Trip to new soccer eld will provide an stalled polyurethane ooring and
e town awarded a bid to additional space and allow other added two new hoops.
Modern Martial Arts West- Fascia’s Chocolate Factory; speak- Brennan Construction to create
a soccer eld at Joe Bohrdrum elds to rest. e contractor is expected to
chester, 33 North Bedford Road, ers from the North Salem Police Park. e project, including level- start in the next couple of weeks.
With trucks and equipment
Mt. Kisco. Department and the North Sa- Supervisor Warren Lucas ing the site, putting soil on top moving around going forward,
said the bid, in the amount of and planting grass seed, will be Lucas said there will not be any
Adult Kickboxing for ages lem Tax Assessor’s o ce; musical $370,500, was a little bit higher funded through the town’s rec- impact on the neighborhood.
than expected, but it was the low- reation fund, general budget and
14+. Using Muay ai striking events; and more! est one among the three bids the fund balance. Lucas said since the contrac-
town received, and the contractor tor might not be able to plant
techniques, participants increase Hammond has an “excellent” reputation. Over the years, the town has grass seed before winter comes,
their strength, stamina and endur- put a lot of e ort into improving the eld will not likely open un-
e community is in need of JB Park,including installing a new til 2021.
ance on Wavemaster heavy bags. Museum basketball court and renovating
Eight-week program. Wednes-

days, 6:45-7:30 p.m., Oct. 16, 23, e Hammond Museum

30, Nov 6. Fee: $245. is located at 28 Deveau Road.

Adult Jiu-Jitsu for ages 14+. Hammondmuseum.org.

is fun, safe and e ective pro- Queitude runs through Nov. 9.

gram is utilized by people from all

walks of life. Beginners welcome!

Wednesdays 7:30-8:30 p.m., Oct.

16, 23, 30, Nov 6. Fee: $245.

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS JOHN M. ARONIAN
North Salem Weekly Tennis NORTH SALEM
TOWN JUSTICE
with US Sports institute at Joe “John has done a phenomenal job for our Town, we need John
Bohrdrum Park. Ideal for begin- running the North Salem Court.”
ners, these programs focus on Warren Lucas, North Salem Supervisor
stroke technique, serving, court
awareness, and rallying in a fun, “I’ve known John for almost 20 years, he is an excellent Town Justice and an asset
low pressure environment. urs- to North Salem. He has my full support for re-election.”
days, through Oct. 24, 3:30-4:30
p.m. Foundation Tennis ages 5-8. Peter Kamenstein, North Salem Dep. Supervisor
4:30-5:30 p.m.; Foundation Ten-
nis ages 8-10. 5:30-6:30 p.m.; A judge must alwaLyosrermemipasuinmindependent and non-partisan, administering the law
Development Tennis ages 11-14. in an unbiased and non-political manner. While judges are required to seek office on
$134 for seven weeks. party lines, ideally judicial candidates should be elected based on their experience
and their qualifications, and not their political affiliations.
Learn-to-Skate at Brewster
Ice Arena. e Learn-to-Skate It has been an honor to serve as your Town Justice
program is for 4-12 year olds at for the past four years. In that time, our Court has
varying levels of skating experi- handled roughly 7000 cases. I am critically aware
ence. $185 per session, per skater. that each case coming before our Court touches some
Fee includes public skate before part of North Salem, impacting our Town and its
lesson. Skate rental not included. residents. As a North Salem resident for two decades,
I have become ever more informed about our Town
Fridays 5:30-6 p.m. OR Tues- and our community. With your vote, my experience
days 5:10-5:40 p.m.Session 2 starts and familiarity with the issues concerning our Town
Friday Nov. 1 or Tuesday, Nov. 5. will continue to serve North Salem. I appreciate your
support and thank you for considering my re-election.
Modern Martial Arts West-
chester, 33 North Bedford Road, Please vote on November 5th!
Mt. Kisco
www.johnaronian.com
Tiny Champs: ages 3-4. An ex-
cellent way to introduce your chil-
dren to martial arts! Eight-week
program.Wednesdays: 1:30-2 p.m.,
Oct 16, 23, 30, Nov 6. Fee: $245

Little Champs: ages 5-7. Stu-
dents will learn martial arts tech-
niques, elements of self-defense
as well as important values and
life skills. Eight-week program.
Wednesdays: 4:15 p.m. to 4:45
p.m., Sept 18, 25, Oct 16, 23, 30,
Nov 6. Fee: $245

Junior Basic: ages 8-13. Youth
martial arts programs increases
focus on technique and skill.
Eight-week program. Wednes-
days: 5:15-6 p.m., Oct 16, 23, 30,
Nov 6. Fee: $245

ADULT SPORTS
Mens Under 40 Basketball

Drop-in Program: ursdays 8:30-
10 p.m., through June 18, 2020, at
the North Salem Middle/High
School Gym. $20 registration fee.

SENIORS Paid for by: John M. Aronian
North Salem Senior Citizens


Page 8 – North Salem News Thursday, October 10, 2019

Girl Scout provides ‘study guides’ to Friends of Karen

Gold Award initiative will bene t families for years to come

e following is from Brianna Gallo, who’s needed. In the end, my goal was to summa-

Gold Award project is “Helpful Resources for rize all of this valuable information into an

Students in Need.” easy-to-use and concise format that can be

easily included in Friends of Karen’s annual

Since ninth grade, I have volunteered and Back to School backpack program.

worked with one of my favorite charitable In June, I completed all my research and

organizations, Friends of Karen in North started to pull all the information together

Salem, whose sole mission is to provide vi- to create my study guides. In July, I success-

tal and comprehensive support, at no cost, to fully delivered the completed study guides by

families in the New York area who are caring grade level, elementary, middle school and

for a child battling a life-threatening illness. high school, to Friends of Karen. My study

As an aspiring future elementary school guides were included in over 200-plus back-

teacher, I wanted my Gold Award to not packs and shipped to Friends of Karen fami-

only involve helping others, but to help me lies throughout the region for the upcoming

develop my knowledge of the education eld 2019/20 school year.Going forward,Friends

as well as strengthen my leadership, presen- of Karen has agreed to continue to print and

tation and communication skills. include my study guides in their annual Back

Last fall, I began my journey to develop to School backpack program for future years.

student study guides to bene t Friends of In addition to creating these helpful study PHOTOS COURTESY OF CRISTINA GALLO
Karen families. I chose this project because guides, I wanted to help Friends of Karen in Brianna Gallo
I wanted to make it easier for these families another way, by creating an ongoing fund-

to have valuable information at their nger raising program to gather and donate much- pack for every one ordered. I then created gram next year and beyond.

tips so they don’t have to spend time search- needed school supplies for the Friends of a ier promoting my back-to-school sup- is has been both a challenging and re-

ing through websites, purchase expensive Karen backpack program. I met with our plies’ fundraising program and worked with warding experience. It was di cult at times

books or pay for tutors. ey have enough school’s annual school pack program coor- the school o ce to include it in our weekly to dedicate the time needed to research and

to worry about already dealing with illness, dinator, who helped me put together ideas. school emails to parents as well as the PTO. meet with teachers, etc., while balancing my

high health care costs and other family ob- We worked closely with the vendor to Lastly, we worked with the school pack own school obligations, work and other ac-

ligations. roughout the year, I began my set up the program whereby when fami- vendor to reach out to other school districts tivities.But in the end,it was a great learning

own internet research and met with teachers lies order a school pack for their child, they to expand my program beyond North Salem experience and a rewarding accomplishment

and students at all grade levels to gather in- could choose to donate another packet (any schools and increase our overall footprint. that I am very proud of and hope that others

put for my study guides. I created question- grade level) to bene t Friends of Karen. e Going forward, the school pack coordinator will bene t from my project for many years

naires for each session that helped guide our vendor also kindly o ered to match each and vendor both agreed to continue promot- to come.

discussions and gather the feedback that I donation by including an additional school ing and administering my fundraising pro-

I am thinking about my future. That’s why

I Am HARVEY.

Admissions Open House: Oct. 26 ELECT
SOL SCHEPPS
Now accepting middle and upper school applications.
YOUR JUSTICE FOR
To learn more: www.harveyschool.org NORTH SALEM

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Thursday, October 10, 2019 North Salem News – Page 9

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Page 10 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, October 10, 2019

Happily
Ever
After

Clowning around How about some
broccoli with your
R emember when I READING, en the clown mimed
wrote about a fun- WRITING & crying as Joshua’s employers milkshake?
loving British woman slid the termination paperwork

named Dawn Win eld-Hunt CHOCOLATE across the desk. Although an

who decided to wear her KIM unusual assignment for him, Northern Westchester com-
wedding dress every day for KOVACH the clown was overall support- muters traveling Metro
an entire year? ive while Joshua was being red North Railroad’s Hudson
River line will recognize the name
I admire Dawn’s clever from his job. Philipse Manor as one of the sta-

attention-seeking ploy and e advertising agency hon- BRUCE
THE BLOG
her self-deprecating sense of humor. Photos of chos admitted that the emotional support clown

her doing every day activities in that long white was a little distracting, but they did commend

gown (grocery shopping and vacuuming) as well Joshua for “spicing up the meeting” and were tions along the route, nested in the BRUCE

as more outlandish activities (paddleboarding) grateful that he “could see the humorous side” of town of Sleepy Hollow. For a pass- APAR

are posted on social media. And she is always the situation. erby, what else is there to know?

smiling. Of course the story made the news all over Well, there’s this…

I think it is healthy to be able to poke fun New Zealand and beyond, including a photo In the latter half of the 18th

at yourself or act somewhat goofy from time of Joshua sitting next to the emotional sup- century, one Adolph Philipse

to time. As adults, we often lose that sense of port clown during the serious meeting with his owned a sprawling 52,000-acre provisioning plantation, anchored by a

playfulness in the daily grind of work/home life. employers, which was published in the New grist mill that fed his considerable wealth.

I like to wear a silver and pink tiara at work on Zealand Herald. As a guest on a local radio A copy of Mr. Philipse’s 1750 probate inventory documents his

my birthday. It lightens the mood and is a great interview show later that week, Joshua felt that property. Topping the list is the name “Caesar,” identifying a human

excuse for me to walk around and hand out his $200 was well worth it. being, just like you and me, save for a singular, profound di erence:

chocolate. “I de nitely recommend bringing Joe or Caesar, like so many others of his race, was treated as a piece of

Yesterday, I read an article about a man in another clown. Highly recommended.” property—“legally owned enslaved property,” to be exact.

New Zealand who decided to bring an emo- I love this guy! I am adding him to my list e history of slavery in America shouldn’t be a news ash to any-

tional support clown to a meeting with his of fun-loving free-spirited types who make life body. e history of slavery, and of enslaved people, right here in the

boss. Yes, you read that correctly – an emotional a party wherever they go. I’m sure Joshua will Hudson Valley, however, may not sound so familiar.

support clown. Joshua Jack did not have a good not be unemployed for long now that his very

feeling after receiving an email from his employ- creative (and very funny) stunt has “gone viral.” PEOPLE NOT PROPERTY
at’s precisely the reason that Historic Hudson Valley (HHV),
er requesting a meeting to discuss his role with Here’s a suggestion for those readers who
a non-pro t education organization that is one of the jewels of our
the rm. e email suggested that he might may be considering hiring a clown to attend region, has undertaken a project that is as important as it is ambitious.
It is called “People Not Property.”
want to bring a support person to the meeting. a wedding as their “plus one” or possibly as an
Most people know Historic Hudson Valley (hudsonvalley.org) by
But instead of bringing a co-worker with extra guest at the extended family anksgiving the high-pro le events and sites in its thick portfolio.

him to sit in on the meeting, Joshua hired a table. Make sure that your clown can create a Most notable this time of year is the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze.
at autumnal spectacle has been a runaway public favorite since it
professional clown for $200 to accompany him variety of balloon animals and can also do a few started 15 years ago, made possible by the corporate largesse of En-
tergy. Since its debut in 2005, attendance at the Blaze has ballooned
to the advertising agency. e meeting was a juggling tricks. tenfold, with nearly 180,000 visitors in 2018.
In a recent presentation for the Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber
little awkward. Joshua and the clown sat across Or, better yet, eliminate the middle man (or of Commerce, Historic Hudson Valley senior VP Peter Pockriss ex-
plained how the tourist organization uses entertainment events—like
the desk from Joshua’s two employers as they middle clown) and sign up for a circus arts class.
SEE APAR PAGE 14
outlined their reasons for “letting him go” from How cool would it be to learn juggling, knife

the advertising agency. throwing, unicycle riding, etc. to add to your

“It was sort of noisy,” said Joshua, of the clown own life skills!

making balloon animals during the meeting, “so

we did have to tell him to be quiet from time to Kim Kovach is not a fan of clowns, per se, but enjoys the

time.” Joe the clown created a balloon unicorn idea of bringing a bit of fun to any situation. Writing

and poodle to lighten the mood. short stories is fun! www.kimkovachwrites.com

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Thursday, October 10, 2019 OPINION North Salem News – Page 11

Football acts

My dog is afraid toss, then he’s done for
of loud noises.
One of the MAN the day, and the rest

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the pre-game excitement, the post-game been called but wasn’t, but plays where

depression. At rst my dog thought I was they thought pass interference shouldn’t

yelling at him. “Who, me? Get who? e have been called but was. So up in the

guy running around on TV? What am I review booth you have a group of o cials

supposed to do with him if I do get him?” evaluating every pass play. “Back up the

My dog imagines that I have a closet full tape- did you see what he did with his

of opposing quarterbacks that my previ- hand there? He put it right on the guy’s

ous dogs have captured, and he wants to bottom.” “Inappropriate, yes. But pass

capture one too because he knows he’ll get interference? I think it was just his way

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sack in the laundry room, so just put him decide.’” So they overturn the call after

in there.” further review. Now I’d like to see the

Yes, I love football. I even watch the other coach throw the red ag, and see if

pre-season games, because I like to see the same o cials vote to come to their

what future bar bouncers and real estate senses and reinstate the pass interference

agents look like playing football. e call after even farther further review. If

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Developing strategies MELEN players pitching their routine to an o -
to overcome obstacles Broadway promoter. “Is this a football
FROM PAGE 11 act? Because I just had a bunch of bar
Dear Dr. Linda, can be so di cult for bouncers and real estate agents in here
To all the girls I ever made a pass at claiming they were football players, and
I read your column STRONG some kids that they in high school, and you interfered with I showed them the door.”“NO, no, no.
from a few weeks ago LEARNING simply don’t succeed no it, I wish there was a group of o cials in
saying that the teacher matter what I do. a booth somewhere to consider whether is is a NON-football act, and we saw
I actually made a pass at you at all. I the door when we came in. It’s very nice.”
is the C.E.O. of their DR. LINDA -Mr. T. was kind of shy, and I automatically
SILBERT assumed I would be turned down, so I ere are still rules, however, because
classroom. I agree with Dear Mr. T., just went right to the penalty phase. “In you don’t want someone executing a
your mind you shot me down when I three-pump twerk in the end zone when
the C. e teacher You’re so right! didn’t even say anything to you? Well, two pumps would have su ced. So you
I wouldn’t date you if you were the last can still be penalized for an “o ensive
needs to create an When a student is girl left on Earth. Unless you want to, of demonstration.” Excuse me for asking,
course.” but isn’t the entire o ensive line o en-
environment where kids struggling in school sive? Nobody says a word about them,
Another new rule stipulates that a until now, ME, your whistle-blower.
feel emotionally safe. I agree with the E. because there are obstacles or challenges player can be disquali ed on the eld for Excuse me for asking, but shouldn’t the
both agrant “football and non-football guy on the eld who has the whistle be
Teachers need to excite their students, so they need to jump over, move through, acts.” I take this to mean that you can the whistle-blower?
get tossed out of a football game for
they become engaged and stay focused. or get around, it is one of the most dif- throwing a baseball at somebody. If you Even more concerning to me is that
want to see a non-football act, just wait a quarterback can throw into double-
But, the O, which stands for obstacles, is cult and frustrating experiences for the until someone scores a touchdown and coverage three times in a row for two
watch what they do afterward. ey used interceptions when he’s getting paid $12
a tough one. teacher and the child—and, of course, to simply “spike” the ball, meaning they million a year. at’s because there is a
would throw it at the ground really hard, common misconception that the more
Sometimes, it’s impossible to help each the parents, too. Many of these children and since a football is a weird shape it you get paid, the better you should be at
would bounce back up and hit somebody your job. If that were true, I should be
kid succeed. I used to think that if I could become de ant, act out in class or refuse in the head who wasn’t expecting it. If much worse at this job and much better
that wasn’t entertaining enough, soon at my day job. And if my boss is reading
get each one of my students to study for to do classwork and homework. ey players were not satis ed with how little this, I hope she doesn’t think what I just
air time they got to further their “brand,” said makes any sense, like usual.
their tests, do their homework and show lie about homework, projects, reports or and started to develop more intricate
and personalized routines. ey began Join Rick and the No Options band for
up to class, they’d all succeed. I believed almost anything school-related, either to choreograph complicated produc- some real live rock & roll on Saturday
tion numbers, and now the end zone evening, Nov. 2, 9 p.m. at the Back
it was as simple as that. In fact, I believed to make themselves feel better or to get celebration has evolved into a Taylor Nine, 2050 East Main St. (Route 6), in
Swift video. I imagine a bunch of football Cortlandt Manor. Say hello at: [email protected]
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time on their students’ emotional and so- kids because they drop out of school,

cial development. We’re not our students’ either physically or mentally or both.

social workers, psychologists or counsel- ere are also children with problems

ors. We’re their teachers. If we show them in school who do none of that. ey work

that we respected them and accept them, hard—some even too hard—and are re-

using your language, they would learn spectful, but struggle to get an A, B, or C.

anything we taught them. However, over ey manage to survive and get through

my 21 years of teaching middle school whatever obstacle that may have caused

science and math, I have learned that the them to slip. SEE DR. LINDA PAGE 18

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Thursday, October 10, 2019 North Salem News – Page 13

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APAR COMFORT FOOD FOR nutritious, there is enrichment ley’s state-of-the-art website, in the colonial north.
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FROM PAGE 10 learning about, and learning treasure trove of easily digestible
“Our strategy,” he said, “is us- from, this area’s backstory build- information about “Slavery in that uniquely reprehensible stain
the Blaze and the Sleepy Hollow ing popular events that encour- ing a thriving economy—and the Colonial North.” on our heritage, though, is to
Experience—to entice visitors age people to come back for the personal riches that attend visit Philipsburg Manor, which,
into coming back for its masterly other reasons, where we can give it—on the backs of enslaved “Slavery was not just a South- says Mr. Pockriss, is “one of the
produced and groundbreaking them some history. We call it the people. ern institution,” says Univer- few sites that tells the story of
education e orts, such as “People broccoli with the milkshake.” sity of Texas history professor colonial-era slavery that existed
Not Property.” e Historic Hudson Val- Dr. Daina Ramey Berry in a in the northern colonies, which
Just as broccoli is undeniably video on the website. “It was an is news to many people.” He
American institution.” adds, “I don’t have to tell you
The Pumpkin Bridge, featuring a 25-foot Statue of how important the story is today
Liberty made of pumpkins, is a popular attraction TEACHING TEACHERS with everything going on in the
at The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze. ABOUT SLAVERY world.”

PHOTO COURTESY OF HISTORIC HUDSON VALLEY e website includes easily He said that Adolph Philipse’s
navigable and absorbing in- probate inventory list mentioned
teractive features that are ideal above, proved to be “a touch-
for students, who form a major stone” that enabled Historic
segment of the HHV audience, Hudson Valley to unearth the
both online and at its many local history of slavery at Phil-
event and experiential sites, ipsburg Manor and elsewhere.
which Mr. Pockriss says wel-
come 15,000 schoolkids a year. As the cornucopia of photos
and information on its new web-
ere’s even a special Teachers site illustrates, there is so much
Institute for K-12 educators, of broad interest that Historic
sponsored by the National En- Hudson Valley has to o er, the
dowment for the Humanities, only way to appreciate it all and
that helps them better under- plan a visit is to peruse it online.
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When trouble is brewing

My husband was never machine and I really couldn’t TRACY “I don’t know why Audine Ethiopian blend you bought,”
much of a co ee be party to her mood swings. BECKERMAN isn’t working right,” he said in I said. “A natural orange oil
drinker, but after a Weeks would go by where frustration as he tried cleaning cleanser would remove the oil
business trip to Italy, he became she was reliable and devoted central, more than the milk out the grinder for a third time. accumulations pretty easily.”
enamored with espresso. to my husband. But then she was starting to steam as my
would turn on a dime and husband tried unsuccessfully to I sat on the sofa reading a His jaw dropped a little.
At rst, he would just order it make bitter, acrid espresso. I get Audine to make a decent book and pretending not to “How do you know about
in restaurants. en he started would sit to the side, silently macchiato. I suspected she knew notice all the co ee drama. this?” he nally asked.
frequenting fancy co ee shops. cursing Audine as she toyed that he’d cheated on her with a “Oh, you know,” I replied,
Eventually, he bought his own with my husband, keeping him Starbucks the previous day and “Maybe I should try a dif- pointing to my laptop. “Just a
machine... and not just one of occupied for hours while he blew she was taking her revenge. ferent bean,” he said, mostly to few things I picked up from my
those pop-in-a-pod-and-call-it- out the grinder and cleaned the himself. handsome computer, Pierre.”
espresso machines. No, he went machine. Eventually, he would “You probably have oils clog-
full-on, ca eine crazy and ordered get her to start working properly ging up the porta lter,” I said You can follow Tracy on Facebook
a high-end professional machine. again, but not before our eve- without looking up from my at https://www.facebook.com/
Before I knew it, he was a stay-at- ning date night plans had been magazine. LostinSuburbiaFanPage/ and on
home barista with his own mono- dashed by the harlot, Audine. He stopped tinkering with the Twitter at https://twitter.com/
grammed apron and an espresso machine and stared at me. tracybeckerman.
mistress named Audine. Sadly, this was not the rst “It’s probably from that dark
time he’d been infatuated with
“Somethings wrong with a machine. Years ago, we had DR. LINDA tions, so here’s what I think.” Most kids, of course,
Audine,” he said one morning. a GPS in our car with a sultry are not that self-aware or solution-oriented. In most
“She is making a very weak mac- English accent. My husband FROM PAGE 12 cases, parents and teachers need to step in to nd
chiato.” stopped taking directions from out what is the source of a given problem.
me and only listened to her. How do these kids get over the hurdles, obstacles,
“Can I help?” I asked, sipping Even when she took us onto a and succeed, while others don’t? Because they are (However, if you ever hear a kid say something
my own much less glamourous road that wasn’t there, he would lucky to have adults in their lives who work with like that, count your blessings and listen to her—she
cup of tea. let her o easy, citing computer them to pinpoint their problems, explain them in a may actually have gured out what the problem is
error. But then one day she got way they can understand, and help them deal with and have some ideas for how to solve it.)
“No,” he said. “She’s a very us lost on a road trip and we them. e parents and teachers accept them for
complex machine and you don’t ran out of gas and there was no who they are. ey support these children—never We all face obstacles of one sort or another
know how to work her.” WiFi and no one around to help walking away and throwing up their arms in disgust throughout our lives and part of growing up is
except a herd of heifers. I’m pret- when grades start to slip. Perhaps most important, learning how to develop strategies for responding to
“You could show me,” I said. ty sure that was the beginning of they see themselves as allies—not adversaries—and them. Where children in school are struggling, our
“I don’t think so,” he replied. the end of their love a air. they respect these children’s e orts to achieve, no
“I only give out that information matter how modest their success. ey understand rst job is to acknowledge
on a need-to-brew basis.” Meanwhile, back at espresso that no one wants to fail and are committed to 1. ere is a problem; and
I was actually relieved to making sure that failure is not an option. 2. the problem isn’t the child. Parents and teach-
be cut out of their a air. Au- ers need to accept and support these students and
dine was a very ckle espresso Every student wants a gold star, an A+, a 100 on a to work with them to identify and manage the
test. And, if that kid sitting behind the desk doesn’t obstacles in their way.
DESIGN • BUILD • REMODEL • SINCE 1973 seem to care, it’s not true. In reality, she is hurting If they don’t, who else will?
inside. Kids who are struggling in school usually
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Thursday, October 10, 2019 North Salem News – Page 19

Early voting comes Robert J. Vanecek OBITUARIES
to New York
to make people laugh. He made

friends easily and with his quick

Robert J. Vanecek, 90, passed wit he was never without a joke to

away peacefully on Sept. 17, 2019, make everyone around him smile.
We will cherish each and every
North Salem voters would have at his home in North Salem. joke he told.
Born on Oct. 24, 1928, to Mol-

to cast early ballot in Somers lie and Joseph Vanecek and raised A devoted husband, he spent
in the Bronx, Robert married all of his free time with his wife,

Marion J. Milyko, the love of his Marion, of 60 years until her un-

BY TOM BARTLEY master voter registration roll,make life, on Sept. 6, 1953. ey moved timely death on May 22, 2011.

CONTRIBUTING WRITER it possible not only to vote early, to Elmsford in 1957 and then to He loved spending time with his

but to cast a ballot in the most North Salem in 1974, where they family, telling stories and sharing

For the rst time ever,New York- convenient polling place. Under raised their family. He served in memories of his life. He had an

ers will be casting ballots well ahead the kind of scenario envisaged for the Army from 1951 to 1953 during the Korean adoring love for his children, grandchildren and

of next month’s Election Day. e-books, a North Salem resident War. grand dogs…he had a special place in his heart for

But voters in North Salem will who works in White Plains, let’s He is survived by his four loving children, all God’s creatures.

have to go to Somers if they want say, could wind up voting in that Donna L. Boro ; Robert J. Vanecek Jr., his wife We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to

to join in this electoral history. city on a lunch hour. Deborah and their children, Madison, Kayla, Ty- his beloved caretaker, Desreen a.k.a. “Tangerine,”

e Westchester Board of Board of Elections sta ers ler and Dylan; Brenda J. Vanecek and Edward who had cared for him the past nine months.

Elections has designated 17 loca- are now being trained on the e- R. Vanecek, his wife Kathryn and their children We will gather to celebrate the life of our Father

tions for early voting, starting Sat- books, with the hope—but not Ryan, Lauryn and Emily. on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 1 p.m., at the St. James

urday, Oct. 26. e polls—their any certainty—that they could Robert, known to most as “Bob,” was employed Episcopal Church in North Salem.

locations will most often di er get a tryout in this year’s early by the engineering rm Rose, Beaton & Rose for In lieu of owers, memorial donations may

from a resident’s customary place voting, Democratic Elections 38-plus years until retiring in 1993. He was the be made to: Lewy Body Dementia Association,

to vote—will remain open daily Commissioner Douglas LaFay- Building Inspector of the Town of North Salem 912 Killian Hill Road, SW, Lilburn, GA 30047

through Sunday, Nov. 3. North ette said this week. from 1976 to 1983. After retiring, Marion and he (website: lbda.org) or the Putnam Humane So-

Salem residents will go to Somers SEE VOTING PAGE 31 enjoyed travelling the United States. ciety, PO Box 297, Carmel, NY 10512 (website:

town hall—the Elephant Hotel— Bob had many interests, but his favorite was puthumane.org).

at 335 Route 202, where it joins

Route 100 in downtown Somers.

On the traditional Tuesday

Election Day—this year it’s Nov.

5—those who chose not to vote

early will still have their custom-

ary location around town.

Whether voting early or cast-

ing ballots on Election Day, vot-

ers this year will choose from

among the candidates for town

o ce, County Legislature, and

judicial posts. is newspaper

will publish a detailed look at the

contests in the coming weeks.

To vote early, visit the Somers

polling place at these times:

• Saturday and Sunday, Oct.

26, 27: noon to 5 p.m.

• Monday, Oct. 28: 8 a.m. to 4

p.m.

• Tuesday, Oct. 29: noon to 8

p.m.

• Wednesday, Oct. 30: 8 a.m. to

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• ursday, Oct. 31: noon to 8
p.m.

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County launches matching grant program for the arts

e following is from Westchester ies of up to $5,000 per organiza- helps fund concerts, exhibitions been raised for arts and culture in A recent study by Americans
County: tion from ArtsWestchester. is and plays through grants; brings Westchester,” Latimer said. for the Arts commissioned by
unique program is made possible artists into schools and commu- ArtsWestchester found that arts
Westchester County Execu- through a 12-year partnership nity centers; advocates for the During a kick-o reception and culture add $172.3 million in
tive George Latimer and mem- between ArtsWestchester and arts and builds audiences through at Morton’s e Steakhouse in total economic activity to West-
bers of the Westchester County Westchester County govern- diverse marketing initiatives. White Plains, Janet T. Langsam, chester County and deliver $25.8
Board of Legislators joined ment. CEO of ArtsWestchester, million in local and state govern-
with ArtsWestchester to an- Individuals and businesses in- thanked the county executive and ment revenue. Additionally, the
nounce the start of the 2019 For over 50 years, ArtsWest- terested in making a 2019 con- the Board of Legislators for their arts sector supports 5,179 full-
Art$WChallenge, a matching chester has been the community’s tribution to one or more of the continued commitment to the time equivalent jobs. Since 1995,
grant program that seeks to raise connection to the arts. Founded eligible Westchester arts groups arts. the economic impact of the arts
$500,000 to support arts and cul- in 1965, it is the largest private should visit artsw.org/artswchal- in Westchester has increased by
tural organizations throughout not-for-pro t arts council in lenge, where they will nd a list “Westchester has a stellar gal- 218 percent, making investment
Westchester County. New York State. Its mission is of the 62 participating arts orga- axy of arts and cultural venues in the arts good for both the lo-
to provide leadership vision and nizations. from world-class cultural desti- cal economy and for our overall
rough Dec. 16, individu- support to ensure the availability, nations to ‘happening’ communi- quality of life.
als and companies are encour- accessibility and diversity of the “ e Arts$WChallenge is a ty events. e Art$WChallenge
aged to contribute to any of the arts. ArtsWestchester provides successful public/private program is an opportunity to support For more information about
62 eligible Westchester arts and programs and services that enrich that pays dividends for the econ- these vital cultural organiza- ArtsWestchester, visit artsw.org/
cultural organizations in order the lives of everyone in West- omy. Since the inception of the tions and double your gift with artswchallenge or call 914-428-
to trigger matching grant mon- chester County. ArtsWestchester Arts$WChallenge, an additional a match from ArtsWestchester,” 4220.
$3.6 million in private funds have Langsam said.

VACCINES of God Church in Mahopac, enue, bordering North Salem In New York, it was the largest the outbreak to unvaccinated
and following the service, at the and Somers. outbreak in decades. travelers returning from Israel,
FROM PAGE 1 Annual Feast Day Celebration, which is still recovering from an
as well as the Putnam Hospital By the end of August, the fed- Westchester’s health o cials unprecedented epidemic.
been identi ed: e Route 52 Center Emergency Department, eral Centers for Disease Control already had “clear and broad” au-
Laundromat in Carmel, the which is just up Stoneleigh Av- and Prevention reported 1,215 thority to take measures to con- In March, Rockland County
Nativity of the Holy Mother con rmed cases across 30 states. trol the spread of communicable Executive Ed Day declared a 30-
diseases “once cases have been day state of emergency banning
Celebrate and Support Putnam Service Dogs 3rd identi ed,” county documents anyone under 18 and not inocu-
at our delicious luncheon and enjoy said. lated for measles from public
a dog/handler look-alike Fashion Show! places, including schools, stores
What was less clear was and houses of worship. Violators
Wed. October 23, 2019 whether they had the power to faced jail or nes. Renewed in
take proactive measures, such as April, it was challenged on civil
noon to 1:30 pm requiring people to be vaccinat- rights grounds and struck down
ed before being able to engage in in state court.
Arch Restaurant certain activities.
Continuing the politically
LUNCHEON $35 is became a hot topic when, charged battle, Rockland then
during the height of the out- moved to ban anyone with mea-
Two exquisite courses break, the county Health De- sles—or who had been exposed
Desserts from Brewster Pastry partment was advised it probably to the disease—from certain
didn’t have the legal authority to public places.
Winning ticket drawn at luncheon; Need not be present to win. require summer camp counsel-
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bella) shot. medical exemptions, such as re-
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Latimer said the county also
at Hamilton Princess & Beach Club pondered what it could “do bet- rst job is to protect the public
ter” in light of the 2017 health health.”
a Fairmont managed Beachfront Hotel in scare that occurred after a Port
Chester restaurant worker In September, after two incu-
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9/30-10/6

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Don’t see your team’s results or statistics in the shutout win.

listed? Coaches, parents or players can send

them to [email protected] Schedules NORTH SALEM 0 ALBERTUS

are subject to change. Visit northsalemcentral. MAGNUS 1 OT

tandem.co for the latest information. Saturday, Oct. 5

Cross Country Behind strong play from both goalkeep-
ers (11 saves by Mackenzie), Saturday’s
match between North Salem and Alber-

tus Magnus went into overtime scoreless.

BREWSTER BEARS CLASSIC Magnus’Sean Quin scored the game-win-

Saturday, Oct. 5 (@ Brewster High ner 4 minutes into overtime.

School)

e North Salem cross country team UPCOMING SCHEDULE

enjoyed ideal running conditions (cool, • ursday, Oct. 10, @ Pawling, 4:30 p.m.

low humidity) by registering personal best • Saturday, Oct. 12, vs. Haldane, 11 a.m.

5K times on Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Brew-

ter Bears Classic, which brought out 45

teams. Nicholas DiGiacomo
and other North Salem
Coach Chris Gould said it was a “won- runners registered FILE PHOTO/RICH MONETTI
derful opportunity to chase a low num- personal best times
ber, and everyone nished with their best on Saturday, Oct. 5, Allison Eberhart scored 2 goals for North Salem field hockey in their 5-0 win
times of the season. e team is truly get- at the Brewster Bears over Irvington on Oct. 3.
ting the most out of their training e orts. Classic.
Emily Dreyer recorded 5 aces and 5 kills
is should bode well as we head into FILE PHOTO/ROB in North Salem’s league win on Oct. 4.
championship season.” DIANTONO
FILE PHOTO/RICH MONETTI
BOYS VARSITY 5K DIVISION II
65) Henry James (18:47.6)
66) Nick DiGiacomo (18:48.8)
75) Ryan Renda (19:21.8)
77) AJ Laquer (19:35.3)
80) Aidan Volpe (19:59.3)

GIRLS VARSITY 5K DIVISION II
1) Ava Jolley (18:19.7)
52) Emma Litch eld (22:49.9)

Field Hockey
(8-2-1, 6-0)

NORTH SALEM 5 IRVINGTON 0 Soccer (Girls) (7-5, 4-0) • Monday, Oct. 7, @ Pawling, 4:30 p.m. North Salem snapped a losing streak
Thursday, Oct. 3 with a four-set win over league rival, Pawl-
Juliet Serra had 2 goals and 1 assist; Al- NORTH SALEM 0 PLEASANTVILLE 6 Volleyball (5-9, 1-2) ing. Leading the way for the Tigers were:
Thursday, Oct. 3 Emily Dreyer 5 aces, 5 kills; Joan Herlihy
lison Eberhardt had 2 goals; Kayla De- NORTH SALEM 0 BRIARCLIFF 3 6 aces, 9 digs; Lauren Russo 3 aces, 2 kills;
Modna had 1 goal; Stella DiDomenico NORTH SALEM 6 VS.PUTNAM VALLEY 0 Thursday, Oct. 3 Sophia Irizarry 1 ace, 4 kills; and Julianna
had 1 assist; and Kiki DeModna had 1 Saturday, Oct. 5 Set 1: Briarcli 25, North Salem 14 Dutt 2 aces, 15 assists.
assist. Hope Sandor had 2 saves in the Set 2: Briarcli 25, North Salem 16
shutout win. UPCOMING SCHEDULE Set 3: Briarcli 25, North Salem 15 UPCOMING SCHEDULE
• Monday, Oct. 7, @ Pawling, 4:30 p.m. • Monday, Oct. 7, vs. Carmel, 6 p.m.
UPCOMING SCHEDULE • ursday,Oct.10,vs.Westlake,4:30 p.m. NORTH SALEM 3 VS. PAWLING 1 • ursday,Oct.10,vs.Putnam Valley,6 p.m.
• Monday, Oct. 7, vs. Rye Neck, 4:15 • Friday, Oct. 11, vs. Haldane, 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4 • Saturday, Oct. 12, Tournment @ Mill-
Set 1: North Salem 25, Pawling 12
p.m. Swim and Dive (Girls) Set 2: North Salem 25, Pawling 17 brook, 9 a.m.
• ursday, Oct. 10, @ Pawling, 4:30 (5-2, 4-2) Set 3: North Salem 21, Pawling 25
Set 4: North Salem 25, Pawling 19 Follow us on Twitter (@Halston_Sports) for
p.m. JOHN JAY/NORTH SALEM 85 VS. up-to-the-minute results.
BRONXVILLE/TUCKAHOE 83
Soccer (Boys) (6-7, 3-0)
Wednesday, Oct. 2
NORTH SALEM 2 VS. PAWLING 0
Friday, Oct. 4 Tennis (Girls)
North Salem boys soccer evened their
UPCOMING SCHEDULE
record at 6-6 behind rst-half goals from Home matches at Hardscrabble Club
Michael Lulaj (5 minutes) and Matt Cole
(18 minutes). Jonah DaSilva and Paul Lu-
laj registered assists.

Keeper Mark Mackenzie made 7 saves


Thursday, October 10, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 25

Beyond the box score

Confession time: My knowledge of Even in our own heroes on the eld “the importance of the young student-
sports is very rudimentary. athletes who do not show up in the box
pages, certain varsity MARSH than box score score.”
Despite what WFAN callers may have players have earned MADNESS players,” Gannon
you believe, watching football from your well-deserved head- said. “ ey do their John Jay’s explosive o ense would not
couch every Sunday while drinking beer be possible without a strong o ensive
and eating chips by no means makes you lines for their stagger- BRIAN job so well to get line, which, Candarelli said, is “the core”
an expert on X’s and O’s. of his team’s identity.
ing o ensive produc- MARSCHHAUSER the ball to the right
Sure, we have fantasy teams and “ ey are tough, intelligent, and play
watch highlights, so we know all about tion. But in football, people so your team fast, which is exactly what we preach
Patrick Mahomes, Saquon Barkley and to our team as a whole,” he said. “ ey
DeAndre Hopkins, but what about the soccer and eld can clear a shot on allow us to open the playbook and play
guys blocking for them? How many of fast because of what those guys are able
you can honestly say you’ve analyzed the hockey, there are 10 your goal or for your to do upfront.”
playing styles of Joel Bitonio and Ryan
Ramczyk? other people on the eld, many of whom team to attempt to score.” Everyone has a role to play on game-
day. But teams also rely on players who
( ey are All-Pro o ensive linemen, will never make headlines or show up on ere are stats, such as assists, that do may never see the eld. In practice, it’s
by the way.) the scout team’s job to mimic the play
the stat sheet. exist for supporting players. But they style of an upcoming opponent.
I don’t mean this as a critique. It’s
human nature to be drawn to the ball. Being unrecognizable, in a way, is only show who directly set up a scoring “In the game of football, preparation is
Unless you plan on watching every play everything,” Candarelli said. “Our scout
a dozen times—which is not realistic a testament to their strong play. We play. What about the player who assisted team plays a key role in that process.
unless it’s your job—you’ll never see the
full picture. know the players who blow their assign- on the assist? Or the defensive player ey have a goal to make practice during
the week more di cult for our starters
In football, the players who handle ments, but we rarely pay attention to who swatted the ball away before it than the games will be on Friday nights.”
the ball and score points—quarterbacks,
running backs and wide receivers—are people who do their job well. To borrow reaches the goalie? So, the next time you read about a
considered “skill position” players, which player scoring a hat trick or rushing for
I’ve always thought was a bit conde- a quote, “When you do things right, “I guess people tend to see the ends 300 yards, keep the “unskilled” players in
scending. Does that make the other mind. ink about everyone else who did
players unskilled? people won’t be sure you’ve done any- [of the eld] but forget that there is a his or her job to make that performance
possible.
thing at all.” huge middle factor, too,” Gannon said.

Does the name Trey Junkin ring a bell? John Jay football experienced tremen-

For most players, their value cannot dous individual and team success last

be gleaned by looking at a stat sheet. year, winning the section title while their

at’s why, this week, I wanted to look quarterback set records for o ensive

beyond the box score. So, I asked some production.

area coaches to sing the praises of their e headline-grabbing individual

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JOHN JAY/NORTH SALEM

Divers set sights
on states

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER degree of di culty on some of since we were very young. Mad- Madison Geary dives against White Plains on Sept. 19.
SPORTS EDITOR my dives and making my dives die and I met in fth grade at
cleaner all around. our club diving team but the advanced and higher-scoring year, I got very close to the 400
e John Jay/North Salem trio o cially began in eighth dives in order to achieve our mark. In order to get to 440, I
swim and dive team has jumped Ines Nix: is season I have grade. at year, we started our goal. Individually, I hope to need to work on increasing the
out to a 5-2 record thanks in worked a lot on getting out of varsity season as the only div- continue my diving career into degree of di culty on my dives
part to a dominating trio of my comfort zone with my dives ers in all the high school. is college and compete at the and focus on high-scoring con-
sophomore divers who have at meets. At this past meet, I really helped us connect; being NCAA level. sistency with the dives I am best
earned three times more points competed with four of my more so young and experiencing it at. Diving is a very challenging
than their opponents. complicated dives that I didn’t all for the rst time together. What do you need to do in sport mentally. Keeping calm
necessarily want to do in front I remember our rst preseason order to reach that goal? and focused during competition
Because many Section 1 of the judges, but it ended up practice; we were so excited to is key.
competitors lack a robust diving paying o and improved my be on the varsity team. Since DeLucia: I need to put 110
squad, their strong performanc- overall score. there was no coach watching percent into my practices, stay Nix: I need to continue to
es sometimes mean the di er- us, we all helped each other out, focused, and learn new dives push myself at practice and at
ence between a win and loss for What makes your trio of took videos of one another’s with higher di culty to score meets to make myself stronger.
the Indians. divers special? Do you work dives, inspired one another to more points when it matters More importantly, I need my
out together? Learn from each try new dives, and cheered each most. team there with me to encour-
In a Sept. 19 meet at White other? other on. age me to keep on going.
Plains, for example, the John Geary: We need to reach a
Jay divers outscored the Tigers DeLucia: What makes us What are your aspirations, total score of 440 points. Last
by 6 points in a 94-90 win. special is that we all have been both individually and as a
diving since we were very young team?
In fact, Lauren DeLucia, and not only do we dive for the
Madison Geary and Ines Nix same high school, we all belong DeLucia: My aspirations
have outscored the competition to the same club team. We in- personally are to make the state
in every meet so far this season, spire and challenge each other championships and dive in col-
earning 57 total points to their to try new things and we thrive lege. ese goals are big, but
opponents’ 16. o of the friendly competition each year I work harder and
we give each other. harder to reach them. All three
How have you improved as of us have yet to make states but
a diver this o -season? Geary: We are all very close each year we work harder to get
friends and have been for a long where we need to be.
Lauren DeLucia: For me, time—even before we were
diving is year-round. I’m either on the high school team. We Geary: My aspirations for
diving for high school or for my all dive at the same club team this season is to make states.
USA team. When high school (Whirlwind Diving in New Hopefully, all three of us get
ends, I make sure to work hard Cannan, Conn.), so we sup- this opportunity. Even if just
during my USA practices and port each other all year long. one of us were to make it, we
learn new dives to compete for would all to the competition to
next year’s high school season. e John Jay swim and dive show our support!
team does not have a dedicated
Madison Geary: During dive coach, so we all coach each Nix: is season, our biggest
the o -season, I attended a other. We encourage each other goal as a team is to qualify for
dive camp at Duke Univer- and correct each other’s mis- state championships. I remem-
sity. While at Duke, I learned takes. ber our rst year we were so
a few new dives, improved my excited because we thought it
form and worked on some ba- Nix: I think that what makes would be easy. We were sadly
sics. is prepared me for the our trio of divers special is that mistaken, but now we have
varsity season by increasing the we have all been diving together worked hard to learn more

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Lauren DeLucia PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER Ines Nix prepares for a dive against White Plains on
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Thursday, October 10, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 27

Section 1 basketball returning to County Center

FILE PHOTO Section 1 basketball is coming
home to the Westchester County
North Salem girls basketball plays in a Section 1 Class C semifinal game Center.
at the Westchester County Center in 2016.
e White Plains arena had
hosted varsity boys and girls cham-
pionship basketball games since
1933. But in 2018, both semi nals
and nals games were moved to
Pace University, much to the cha-
grin of many players and coaches
who viewed the County Center as
the Mecca of Section 1 basketball.

Earlier this year, the Section 1
Executive Committee approved a
return of the boys and girls cham-
pionship games the County Center.

Now, following another vote by
the committee on Friday, Oct. 4,
the semi nal games are also com-
ing home.

George Latimer, Westchester
County executive, lauded the com-
mittee’s decision.

“I remember fondly driving up
from Mount Vernon when I was
in high school to see the Section 1
games,” Latimer said in a press re-
lease Friday, Oct. 4. “I’m so thrilled
that young people in this County
will now get to experience the same
thing I did—going to the County
Center under the lights and hear

the cheers. Today’s decision
marks another great day for
Westchester County high-
school basketball players and
their families, friends and fans.
Get ready for some great bas-
ketball this spring!”

e games will take place
from March 2 to March 9.

The Westchester
County Center in
White Plains

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Free Hockey Clinic one at 10:50 a.m. the next level will receive USFS badges Up to eight former MLB baseball play-

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to children ages 5 to 9 with little or no also o ers private lessons for both chil- Some of the players scheduled to ap-

e Harvey School in Katonah is part- hockey experience, visit the Rangers dren and adults. pear are: John Doherty, Fred Cambria,

nering with the New York Rangers to of- Rookie Series website at nhl.com/rang- e cost for the group program is $180 Frank Eufemia, Luis Lopez, Mike Porzio,

fer area children a free introduction to the ers/community/junior-rangers-rookie- with a $15 discount for any additional Donovan Mitchell and Damien Myers.

sport of hockey at Evarts Rink on the cam- series. immediate family members. All skaters For more information, call 203-205-

pus of the Katonah school (260 Jay St.). Ice Skating Lessons must have their own single-blade skates. 2633 or email [email protected]
Girls and boys aged 5 to 9 are invited
For more information, call the Evarts Athlete Spotlight
to the event—called “Try Hockey for Memorial Ice Skating Rink on the campus

Free”—which is part of the Junior Rang- Registration is open for the fall session of the Harvey School at 914-232-3618.

ers Rookie Series. Instruction will be of ice skating lessons at Evarts Rink at To download an application, visit har- We are elding candidates to be

given by the New York Rangers hockey the Harvey School (260 Jay St., Kato- veyschool.org and click on “Evarts Rink.” featured in our Athlete Spotlight section.

development team and experienced local nah). Registration closes Oct. 16. Free Baseball Clinic To be considered, send an email to
[email protected] with
coaches. All equipment is provided. Group lessons for children of varying

Harvey’s Evarts Rink, selected as an levels and ability begin Saturday, Oct. 19 with Former Pros the varsity athlete’s name, sport, position,
o cial host site for the New York Rang- and are held Saturdays from 11:30 a.m. and any other relevant information.

ers, will set aside two dates for the intro- to 1 p.m. A free baseball clinic with former pro- Results

ductory events. e rst one is scheduled Classes are taught by nationally certi- fessional players will be held from 9 a.m.

for Veterans Day (Monday, Nov. 11). e ed skating professionals. e lessons, to noon Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Carmel

second session is slated for Dr. Martin which run through Dec. 14, feature for- Sports Club, 111 Old Route 6, Carmel. If you don’t see the results of a game in

Luther King Jr. Day (Monday, Jan. 20). mal instruction for 30 minutes with prac- e clinic, intended for kids aged 6-16, here, we probably went to press before it

Each date o ers two sessions: the rst tice time provided before and/or after the is being presented by Family & Chil- was played. For more up-to-date results,

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The runners are off! North Salem’s David Schloat (bib No. 2500) finished in fourth place overall.

Run for Recovery

Search for Change and Drug Crisis in Our Backyard
hosted the Run for Recovery 5K on Saturday, Sept. 21,
at FDR Park, Yorktown Heights. e race was held in
memory of Edward G. Gauthier Jr. and raises funds to
combat drug and alcohol addiction.

Ashley Brody, CEO of
Search for Change,
welcomes everyone.

Tom Watson and his son Jack, 10,
from North Salem, are ready to run.

PHOTOS: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL

School of Excellence TOWER

e North Salem School District has been awarded the School of Excellence Athletic Award FROM PAGE 4
by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association for the 2018-19 school year.
project is very important and no one wants to interfere with that.
e district received the award because over the course of the school year, 75 percent of all But it’s been very “frustrating” that the county has been working
varsity sports teams had a collective grade average of 90 percent or higher. on nding a site for years, while the town has been uninformed
until recently.
North Salem will receive the award at a Public High School Athletic Association event in
Saratoga later this month. “We’re all trying to do our best to get caught up, but it’s very
hard to get caught up if they won’t hand in the materials,” Curtis
said. “For weeks we’ve been asking for information, but each piece
of information they’ve given us seems to be a way around it.”


Thursday, October 10, 2019 LEISURE North Salem News – Page 29

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15. Toward the rear 41. One from Utah 68. People who rely on 31. The brightest star
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treatment (abbr.) 44. English navigator 70. Mathematical term (abbr.) 34. Subjects to laser
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lated to early voting, including
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such an important rst option is that unlike eligi- health and mental well being to remain at home

bility for nursing home Medicaid, there is no ve as long as possible. e Medicaid home care pro-

ve-year look-back period for the uncompensated gram in New York provides seniors with a signi -

non-exempt transfer of assets (gifts) with respect cant incentive to remain and age at home.

to eligibility for home care Medicaid. us, if one

were to transfer all of their non-IRA/non-retire- Anthony J. Enea, Esq. is a member of the rm of

ment assets to their children and/or a Medicaid Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP of White Plains,

Asset Protection Trust, on the rst of the month and a home o ce in Somers. He can be reached at

following the transfer the applicant would be - 914-948-1500. Mr. Enea is the Past Chair of the

nancially eligible for home-care Medicaid ser- Elder Law and Special Needs Section of the New

vices. Additionally, as with the Medicaid nurs- York State Bar Association (NYSBA). He is the

ing home program, the home care program also Chair of the Senior Lawyers Section of (NYSBA).

permits the spousal impoverishment rules. us, if Mr. Enea is the Past President and a founding

assets are transferred from an ill spouse to the well member of the New York Chapter of the National

spouse, the well spouse can refuse to utilize their Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).

assets and income to support the ill spouse, and He is also a member of the Council of Advanced

can instead execute a spousal refusal letter. is Practitioners of the National Academy of Elder Law

would allow the ill spouse to become eligible for Attorneys and is a Certi ed Elder Law Attorney

nursing home and/or home care Medicaid subject as certi ed by e National Elder Law Foundation

to Medicaid’s right to pursue a claim against the as accredited by the American Bar Association.

refusing spouse for the value of the services Med- Mr. Enea is the President of the Westchester Bar

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