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North Salem News 06.23.2022

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Vol. 8 No. 15 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, June 23, 2022

Culvert project to disrupt summer traffic Board
of Ed
BY CAROL REIF “It’s going to be a mess,” Lucas drivers of tractor-trailer trucks not PHOTO: CAROL REIF approves
STAFF WRITER said. to even think about using narrow second
and crooked Dingle Ridge Road. A metal plate has been installed to resource
Heads up, motorists! e stream ows into a stone- cover a hole over damaged support officer
Route 121 is expected to be a lined canal that empties into the “ ey’ll go about a mile and beams on a section of Route 121.
tra c nightmare this summer, 256-acre lake, on whose shores have to back up. ey’re not going Increased
thanks to a major culvert project are several housing cooperatives to get through,”Lucas said. IMAGE COURTESY OF NYS DEPARTMENT OF security
about to get underway in North and associations. Vails Grove, an- TRANSPORTATION measure passes
Salem. other lakeside co-op, sits just north Jim Bohren, a member of Pi- by 4-3 vote
According to Supervisor War- of Pietsch Gardens. Commuters etsch Gardens Cooperative’s Detours will send local and
ren Lucas, the state Department from Connecticut and New York board, said the project will be an commuter traffic north to Route BY CAROL REIF
of Transportation is replacing the on Routes 84 and 684 frequently “inconvenience” for residents.  6, and morning commuter traffic STAFF WRITER
crumbling conduit that carries a cut over to Peach Lake Road, a from I-84’s Exit 21 to Starr Ridge
stream into Peach Lake just north north-south artery. “But we’ll manage and get in Road, then Bloomer Road. North Salem schools are in
of Cottage Place at Pietsch Gar- and out of our property,” he said, line to get extra security this
dens Cooperative. e beams supporting the road noting that it will probably reduce fall.
DOT contractors Transit Con- are rotting and the southbound the amount of Connecticut drivers
struction Corp. of Yonkers is about lane’s pavement has a hole that’s cutting through the area. e Board of Education
to start mobilizing its troops.  An been covered with a big metal voted 4-3 last week to hire a
equipment staging area has already plate. at tra c, when there are de- second School Resource Of-
been created. lays on (Routes) 684 and 84, “can
Work is expected to take about “It’s actually falling in,” said Lu- be horrendous,” Bohren said last cer (SRO) after Trustee Paul
four months to complete. Most cas last year when the town rst week, adding that project detours Giamundo  introduced the
of the time, there will be one lane got wind of the impending project. will impact emergency services resolution during the “new
open and ag crews will direct more.
drivers. e DOT had originally SEE BOE PAGE 3
However, the road will be com- thought the road would only be ere are concerns that re-
pletely shut for about three weeks completely closed for two weeks. ghting response times could be
following the July 4th holiday. delayed by “ ve to 10 minutes,” he
Detour signs, placed at a num- Now it’s three, Lucas explained said.
ber of intersections, will send lo- in a notice to the community last Bohren pointed out that “it’s
cal and commuter tra c north to week. never a good time of the year, but
Route 6 and morning commuter it’s better in the summer when
tra c from I-84’s Exit 21 to Starr is will place a greater burden there’s less tra c.”
Ridge Road, then Bloomer Road. on emergency services that cover “Just let’s get it done. Get it over
e detour will also take folks back the east side of Peach Lake,he said. with, and we’ll see it on the other
into Connecticut over Starr Ridge side,”he said.
Road or Route 116. e Croton Falls Fire Depart- Helen Vail, a resident of Vail’s
ment is expected to request addi- Grove Cooperative, echoed that
tional mutual aid coverage from sentiment last week.
both the Brewster and the Dan-
bury, Conn., re departments. e project “will be annoying,
but it needs to be done,” she said,
e town intends to install signs adding: “It’s a necessary evil.”
at the intersection of Route 121
and Bloomer Road warning the

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North Salem native BOE She added that the board hoped the
wins prestigious FROM PAGE 1
community would allow it “to consider
environmental award
alternatives and develop an appropriate

business” portion of its Wednesday, June plan.”

15 meeting.

He had prefaced that with a call for a PARENTS WEIGH IN

vote on renaming the high school’s base- at wait-and-see approach didn’t sit

ball eld Outhouse Field in honor of well with Giamundo and certain parents

the late Wayne Outhouse, a passionate in the audience.

supporter of youth sports. ( at passed “I think that’s almost reckless,” the

unanimously.) Although making a mo- trustee said Wednesday. “ at’s really

tion from the oor like that is allowed keeping your ngers crossed that noth-

BY WHIT ANDERSON their answers, or encourag- ecology, led numerous K-6 under Robert’s Rules of Order, a guide ing happens.”
ing more profound analysis, school programs, and guid- to parliamentary procedures used by Nicole Corsi Gould, a retired police

Myers makes it his mission ed summer campers (age professional organizations, it was a break o cer who is circulating a petition seek-

Last month, the Garden to demonstrate why nature 11-13) in environmental ex- from the board’s own stated policy and ing a dedicated SRO for the Pequena-

Club of America released matters. ploration. took a few folks, including its president konck Elementary School, cited FBI

their annual Elizabeth Ab- “We have our preschool- Myers connects children by, she said later,“surprise.” statistics on active shooter events. Ac-

ernathy Hull Award to ers outside all day,” said to nature, helping them de- In opening the meeting,  Deborah cording to Gould, from 2000 to 2021,

recognize the outstanding Myers. “We are immersed velop a love for the environ- D’Agostino made a formal statement on there were 434 such incidents in the U.S.

achievements of those fur- in nature the whole time. ment that leads to a passion the security issue, which has been raised In just the last four years, there have

thering early environmental I love rolling over logs and as they grow. by worried parents and other commu- been over 192. at number accounted

education for children. looking for di erent things “Getting kids out there so nity members in the wake of the Uvalde, for more than 44 percent of all active

Henry Myers, an Associ- that get the kids interested. they have a relationship with Texas school shootings. (North Salem shooter cases that occurred over the

ate Director of Forest Edu- It is about getting them to nature makes them want to currently has two school campuses but past two decades, she said, adding that

cation at Rye Nature Center appreciate what is around protect it. I see kids that I only one o cer. Neighboring Somers in 2021, 39 of 61 cases occurred during

(RNC), received the well- them. Because I am pas- taught at the preschool now has one o cer in each of its four schools, school hours.

deserved award after years sionate about this matter, it in fth grade and they still parents have pointed out.) Gould said it was “crucial”to note that

dedicated to getting children helps hook them into it.” remember. ey are still into D’Agostino said Wednesday that the “the average response time” for law en-

and early adolescents eco- On top of introducing nature and excited to learn district has an “established safety com- forcement o cers is three minutes.

logically active. preschoolers to nature in about it. e more you help mittee”on which two trustees -- who are “ e one SRO currently assigned to

e Hull Nomination by the RNC Forest Preschool, then build that relationship, also emergency responders -- sit. the Middle School/High School cam-

Mary Julian from the Little Myers has taught preschool the better o they are.” “ at is very unusual among local pus could take up to ve minutes to get

Garden Club of Rye caught schools,”she claimed. to PQ,” she claimed, adding that “there

the humble, unassuming North Salem is also one of the rst are life or death situations where every

Myers o guard. districts in the region to emphasize second counts. We cannot a ord to wait

“I was shocked because I school security, D’Agostino said, noting minutes for help to arrive.”

had no idea I was put up for that it rst hired a security consultant in Parent Kathleen Whalen, referring to

nomination. It was exciting,” 2012. the upcoming summer break, asked the

he said. at consultant works with the dis- board to take action on the SRO within

Growing up in nature, trict to keep it “up to date with current the next two weeks.

Myers possessed a passion protocols,she said,adding that it “coinci- “You don’t need to hear from an expert

for the environment that he dentally engaged the security rm for an that one o cer cannot be in two places

wished to share with others. update in 2022 prior to the sad events in at the same time,”she insisted.

“I grew up on Peach Lake,” Bu alo and Texas.” D’Agostino, trying to clear up a “mis-

Myers said. “I have always e board just recently received the conception,” pointed out that the school

been into nature.” consultants’ recommendations and is board has at least two meetings on its

He went on to major in “actively evaluating”them, she said. calendar this summer.

biology at SUNY Purchase, D’Agostino further announced that And since the district is actively seek-

earn a master’s degree in the board would not “take a vote this ing a replacement for retiring PQ Prin-

secondary science educa- evening to add an SRO,” explaining: cipal Mary Johnson,the board is likely to

tion with a concentration in “As we did with our COVID response, have several others. 

biology at Pace University, we will be looking at this problem Giamundo’s decision to bring the

and teach in the NYC pub- through a variety of di erent lenses – SRO resolution to the oor sparked an

lic school system for several we are not only looking at sta ng, but outcry from Trustee  Brandy Keenan,

years. considering bricks and mortar, tech- who objected to the move because, she

Myers has worked at the nology, and links to our mental health said in a statement sent to North Salem

RNC since 2006. He piques interventions as well.” News later, “it was, and remains, against

students’ interest through his Referring to school safety and security our policies and procedures which is

hands-on teaching methods as a “complex problem which we are ap- common knowledge on the board.”

that engage them thanks to proaching thoughtfully,” she promised Keenan explained that she was “con-

his own contagious enthu- that the board will be working on the is- cerned” that it would “set a precedent

siasm. Whether it is ask- PHOTO COURTESY JACK OEHLER sue “through the summer to be ready for SEE BOE PAGE 6
ing questions, challenging Henry Myers the start of school.”


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North Salem Lions Club names 2022 North Salem
Community Service Award winners student
e North Salem Li- and we wish them a happy ese monetary awards, Catholic High School gradu- from The
ons  Club is pleased to an- future.  Learning through presented at 2022 gradua- ate  Philip Mascia and  Arch-
nounce that eight North Sa- volunteering is an important tions, went to North Salem bishop Stepinac High School Harvey School
lem graduates have received part of a young person’s edu- High School graduates Anna graduate Colin Smith. 
Community Service Awards cation.  Our community cer- Behler, Kurt Guldan, Kath- Elianna Kalman of North Salem re-
in 2022.  e Lions are very tainly appreciates the e orts erina Nardone, Tyler Sandor, Article provided by North ceived her high school diploma from  e
proud of these young people of our young people on our Noelle Stratman, and Enzo Salem Lions Club. Harvey School on ursday, June 9. Kal-
for their accomplishments, behalf. Molina as well as Kennedy man was among the 79 members of Har-
vey’s Class of 2022. Located in Katonah,
ROCK looking for volunteers. If you Race Amity
cannot volunteer your time, of Northern e Harvey School is an independent,
FROM PAGE 2 please consider a donation to NORTH SALEM Westchester & coeducational college-preparatory school
our committee. If you believe REPUBLICAN SOCIAL CLUB for students in grades 6-12. 
you keep an eye on the town’s in the conservative cause and Putnam
website,, and want to support our e orts, We’re back and o Co- PHOTO COURTESY OF THE HARVEY SCHOOL
send an inquiry to the town consider mailing a donation vid-19 hiatus! e North MONTHLY MEETING
clerk, [email protected] via check or money order Salem Republican Club will Please join us for our Elianna Kalman Vacancies are listed to: North Salem Republican be hosting get togethers for
on the town website. Contact Town Committee (NSRTC), co ee, pastries and informal monthly discussion as we
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Police seek driver, victim in Croton Falls hit and run

BY CAROL REIF port, a witness called authorities shortly af- He appeared to have a compound frac- deployed its drone, all to no avail, said
STAFF WRITER ter 9 p.m. on Friday, June 10, to report that ture of the arm, police were told. North Salem police Chief omas How-
a man had been hit by a grey pickup truck ley.
Police are hoping to speak to the driver near Primavera restaurant on Route 22. O cers hunted around the area but
who a witness said clipped a pedestrian in were unable to track him down. Westchester County police visited the
Croton Falls. e witness, who informed them that registered owner’s address and “observed
the motorist left the scene driving south, Participating in the search Friday were damage” to the truck’s “passenger-side
ey’re looking for the alleged victim as added that the injured man asked her not folks from the Croton Falls Fire Depart- mirror,” the o cial report said.
well. to call the police and then walked north ment, the MTA police, and the State Po-
along the road. lice K9 squad. As of this writing, police haven’t been
According to the North Salem Police re- able to locate the truck’s owner.
e Yorktown Fire Department even

BOE break in procedure for a eld, but “fully consider alternatives which is in. It’s the right thing to do.” ligated” to do “what it can to meet
not for an o cer?” D’Agostino could potentially be more cost- It would cost the district ap- the resolution,” but if the county

added. e ective and more bene cial than proximately $160,000 a year for can’t provide an SRO, it will

for any board member to disregard e “yea” votes were cast hiring a single SRO.” an extra SRO. have to look “at what to do next,”

the rules and force a vote on any by Giamundo,  Jennifer Bi- e board is working with According to Giamundo, D’Agostino explained.

topic they want, without warning, nette,  Brian Lange, and Keen- county and local police and with there’s enough in its end-of-year Just the presence of a police car

and eliminating beforehand re- an. D’Agostino,  Kurt Guldan, its own security consultant “re- fund balance to cover the cost. parked in front of a school could

search and thinking.” and Andrew Brown cast the “nay” garding the availability and de- “What are we going to do with be a “deterrent,” Giamundo said,

“To me, this could encourage votes. ployment of human resources.” it? Put it under the mattress or buy adding: “You see that car, you’re

abuses of power,”she added. In a joint statement issued by It is also weighing the consul- some more trees? is is a critical going to keep on going.”

e board is constrained from D’Agostino, Guldan, and Brown, tants’ other security recommenda- thing,” he said. It will also give teachers, sta ,

discussing “security measures in it was noted that “those that voted tions. Giamundo also pointed out and parents peace of mind to

detail in public,”Keenan noted. ‘no’ did so because we believe that D’Agostino emphasized that that North Salem “might be out of “know there’s a cop on premises

Asked why she didn’t simply shut we could not make a responsible “our ‘no’vote was not a vote against luck” if it waits too long to request and our kids are safe.”

down the vote,  D’Agostino  said decision without the opportu- an SRO, it was a vote against tak- an SRO from the Westchester “We have all the bells and

enforcement of board policies nity to review and consider all of ing premature action.” County Police, which only has a whistles in our district, why are we

and procedure “requires a certain the options available to us. Act- But since that action was taken, certain number of personnel it can even discussing whether or not to

amount of cooperation.” ing quickly is not as important as board members “will work to- dispense. have a security guard? I think it’s

Because the vote on the baseball getting it right. In this case, that gether to implement that deci- And with the growing number ridiculous bordering on reckless,”

eld’s renaming was allowed, she means taking the time to make sion,” she added. of school districts clamoring for Giamundo said later.

didn’t feel she could “say we’d be a reasoned and thoughtful deci- When reached by phone later, SROs in Uvalde’s wake, that’s a Whalen said ursday, June 16,

lenient on this vote, but not on that sion.”  Giamundo reiterated that he distinct possibility, he warned. that she was “ecstatic that four

vote, especially given the relative Because there are more than didn’t think the board had “the When asked if it could al- members of the board really lis-

importance of the two.” two months until the start of luxury of time”to ponder the value ready be too late to snag an SRO, tened to parents in the communi-

“I mean, I’m going to allow a school, there’s enough time to of a SRO. D’Agostino didn’t know. ty and chose action over compla-

Saying he had spoken to law “ ose of us who voted against cency and painfully slow decision

enforcement o cials and oth- the proposition, part of the reason making.”

er school districts, Giamundo was we simply don’t have enough While disappointed with the

claimed “everybody is for it.” data to make that decision, so we “no” votes, Whalen added that

“ e evidence is there. ere’s need to work with county to see she’s “just focusing on the posi-

nothing to discuss,” he said. “We if they even have anyone available tive outcome and feeling very ex-

can talk about door locks, but as for us,” she said. cited to welcome a second SRO to

far as an actual SRO goes, the jury At this point, the board is “ob- North Salem this fall.”

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Thursday, June 23, 2022 North Salem News – Page 7

North Salem Lions The Tomato Lady does it again
announce 55th
Anniversary and Cynthia Curtis
raises $4000
charity golf outing
for Ruth Keeler

e North Salem Lions $300, which will include a BY SUSIE THOMPSON 

are extending an invitation 4-person best ball, continen-

to the community to join in tal breakfast, great barbecue On January 1, when most of us

their 55th Anniversary and lunch and amazing bu et din- were sleeping in or rethinking New

annual charity golf outing on ner. Awards, ra e prizes and a Year’s resolutions, Cynthia Curtis

Monday, August 29. e event silent auction take place dur- was already thinking spring –and

will be held at the Salem Golf ing dinner. emailing her loyal customers to

Course. ose who wish to attend remind them about  tomatoes.  As PHOTO COURTESY OF SUSIE THOMPSON

e main purpose for the but not play golf are invited to she has for more years than anyone Cynthia at the Ruth Keeler Library Fair on May 14.
at the library can remember, Cyn-
event will be to raise money register for dinner only.

for local families in need and a To register to play and/or thia was getting ready to order seed talented gardeners – Helen An- Cynthia can chair the Planning

pair of truly worthy organiza- be a sponsor, make a donation for 40 varieties of tomatoes.  By thony, Amy Rosmarin and Anita Board, co-chair the Improvement

tions. Proceeds will bene t the or obtain additional informa- March, she was planting and tak- Zander – who helped organize and Society, be a driving force behind

New Dawn Resource Center, tion, visit http://www.north- ing orders from her many returning sell the plants and dispense garden- the Historical Society, serve on

which provides programs and  customers.She tended and watched ing advice. a bunch of other town commit-

services for victims of domes- or contact Bob Loeb at 914- over the 500 seedlings, then plants, Cynthia’s contributions helped tees, never say no when someone

tic abuse, sexual assault, elder 760-5675. until May, when she delivered “my to bolster the success of the Ruth asks for help and raise 500 tomato

abuse, and human tra cking All are welcome to come babies” to those who had ordered Keeler Library Fair,with the event’s plants, what is stopping the rest of

in northern Westchester, and together as a community and and then carted the remaining 200 Cook’s & Books evening also rais- us?

Cooley’s Anemia Foundation, have fun, while supporting the to the library fair for sale on May ing an additional $7,000. e book Kudos and thanks for Cynthia

which advances the treatment, Lions’“We Serve” mission and 14. She sold 500 tomato plants at sale brought in another $4,000, and from her very grateful friends at

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Life unscripted  Happy Anniversary
When I’m watching a movie, and told an actual joke, has anyone has ever said,
it isn’t a very good movie, I “You must be joking.”  Last week I posted on
Facebook, “Happy
sometimes think how di erent the My Girl starts crying, and I politely o er Anniversary to the served the cake did we notice
the mistake with a chuckle.  e
dialogue would be if I were the one saying her my handkerchief. I’m hoping she does next year, my son-in-law, Seth,

it. People have been not ask, “Did you already blow

trying to tell me what your nose on this?” Because then beautiful man that I married was in charge of getting the

to say for years and MAN I would have to reply, “No, and 45 years ago.  ank you for the cake and asked the young girl
years, and if someone OVERBOARD please-” but it’s too late, she is
could write me some already blowing her nose with it. amazing to write, Happy

journey Anniversary

better lines I might just RICK Wouldn’t you know, my allergies and the JUST Jo Ann and
let them. At least feed MELÉN are acting up, and I have to wonderful JO ANN Ken. When we
me some suitable lm blow my nose too, and now I’m family opened the box,
we have JO ANN
noir clichés and let me at a loss and I look over at the created.” FRANCELLA we saw, Happy
pretend that I’m in the screenwriter, who has his hand

cast. at way I get free covering his face, shaking his As I have Joan and

food at the Craft Services table. head and making some notes. mentioned Kent. What?

e rst thing I notice in this double- I tell Big Nose, “You JUST don’t get it, do in my Again, we had a

crossing, love-triangle, murder-for-hire plot you?” My Girl says, “Is that in the script?” columns before, Ken and I met good laugh and just enjoyed the

is that there are two guys in fedoras smoking I say, no but my math teacher used to say at work. During that time, ice cream cake.

cigarettes in the alley. e one with the that to me all the time and I thought it many companies frowned Last year a new person

big nose says to me, “Well, if it isn’t Rick might come in handy here. He says, “You’ve upon workplace relationships; behind the counter wrote,

Melén.” And I say, “If it isn’t we’ll have to wasted enough of my time. We can do this but we were fortunate enough Happy Anniversarary Jo Ann

start all over.” And he says to me, “Say, look the easy way, or the hard way.” I say, “ at’s to meet, begin dating and and Ken. Again, we couldn’t

here!” And I say, “Look here!” And he says, what I used to tell the math teacher when he even get married during our wait to see what the mistake

“Say, what’s the big idea?” And I say, “What’s wouldn’t let me use my calculator.” Schnozz employment. Ken began would be, and we were not

the big idea,” and he says, “Why, I oughta says, “You can’t make this stu up,” and I say, working at the company many disappointed.  is year Kim

pulverize you!” I say, “Why? Well that’s what “Another thing my math teacher wouldn’t let years before me. In fact, he had a decided to get a cannoli cake

I’d like to know: Why? I was just saying me do. What high school did you go to?” job there, then went to Vietnam, from an Italian bakery in her

what you told me to.” (In the script they say He says, “Buddy, you’re in the wrong place and came back to a better neighborhood. In beautiful gold

“why” before they say something that isn’t a at the wrong time.” I can’t believe that just position in the company.  e lettering across the top, it read,

question.) once I couldn’t be more punctual, because rest, as they say, is history. Happy Anniversary Mom and

It turns out that these two are bad guys, even if I was in the wrong place at the right is year we celebrated our Dad.  e cake was amazingly

and the plot thickens in a surprisingly thin time I wouldn’t be in this mess. He says, anniversary at my daughter’s delicious, but we missed the

way. My Girl says, “We have to GO! ere’s “ is time, it’s personal.” And he cracks his home. We were given owers, hunt for the errors.

no time to explain!” I say, “How long was knuckles. “Not on MY watch,” I say, and I my grandson made us beautiful ank you, Ken, for the love,

your explanation going to be? Let’s use the close both my eyes. When I open them a pictures, and we went out for a the laughs, the companionship,

time to nd doughnuts.” As we’re running couple minutes later not much has changed.  sumptuous steak dinner.  After the trust and the security I have

she says, “ ere’s no going back now.” I say, Well, you get the point. I’m trying to Drew was put to bed, we enjoyed always felt in our marriage. And

“I left my phone- I have to go back,” and she think of it myself. I guess I would say: Life a delicious dessert after-party. just when I thought I couldn’t

says, “I’m going with you.” I say, “NO- it’s just isn’t always as predictable as it is in the Over the years, though, love you any more than I already

too dangerous for us both to go. Just you go.”  movies. Sometimes it feels like you’re driving we unintentionally fell into a do, we became grandparents

She comes back later with a phone, but down a mountainside with a lot of hairpin tradition.  everal years ago Kim and I love you even more for

it looks di erent than mine so I think she turns, but someone has tampered with the got us a Carvel cake for our the amazing, fun “Pa” you are

just took it from the prop guy. My Girl says brakes, rather than just shooting you in anniversary. It was our 42nd to our little Drew.  e journey

enthusiastically, “I feel so ALIVE! Let’s take the previous scene. Right before the car anniversary, but the young girl continues.

this city and turn it upside down, just you goes down a cli and erupts in ames, you behind the counter wrote 43rd

and me! What do you say?” “ at sounds manage to throw yourself out the car door, on the cake. Only when she [email protected]

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At this point the guy with the big nose GONNA BLOW!” 

catches up to me and says, “Well, Melén, it

looks like it’s just you and me.” And I say, Join Rick and Trillium at Barnwood Grill in

“Look, you can do what you want with me, Granite Springs, Friday, June 24, at 6 p.m.

within reason of course. But let the Girl go, Reservations recommended! Join Rick and No

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Film Review: Jurassic World: Dominion

Do dinosaurs still have bite?

Whenever I’m inspired these reviews. As such, I will Biosyn company is responsible the franchise, it tries to go out before the proverbial meteorite
to write a movie re- try to explain the storyline of for the oversized insect hordes. with a bang. e problem is, it wipes out the franchise. How-
view, I try to focus on the franchise and o er a plot When Biosyn agents also kid- throws so many things at you ever, if you can make your
original lms and not sequels or synopsis of Jurassic World: Do- nap Masie and the o spring of that it doesn’t give time to focus peace with a few over the top
the family’s trusty Velociraptor on anything before the next sequences and Brontosaurus-
installments minion without pal, it sets all of our heroes on a sized plot holes, there are worse
globe-trotting rescue mission. ght sequence or chase scene. ways to spend a hot summer
in larger sounding like a It’s almost like the writers were afternoon.
DINO MITE over-ca einated and scream-
franchises. TOM GOES crazy person. e original Jurassic Park ing out ideas as someone else Tom Walogorsky wouldn’t have
is is par- TO THE Ok, that’s furiously typed the screenplay. been able to a ord a ticket to
MOVIES was a remarkable achievement “How about a half bird, half Jurassic Park anyway. Contact
tially out of not happening. in lmmaking, but that luster dinosaur? Let’s make a T-Rex, him at [email protected]
laziness for Bear with me. has dulled with each successive but much bigger! A motorcycle com
sequel. Jurassic World: Domin- chase scene, but with Velocirap-
not wanting TOM Over the course ion is no exception, although tors! What if we had dinosaurs
the return of Dern, Neil, and that attacked when you shine
to explain WALOGORSKY of the previous Goldblum to their iconic roles a laser at someone?” I’m not
was fun even if just for the nos- joking. All of these things are in
countless ve lms, we talgia aspect, and to see them the movie.
interact with series newcomers.
plot points have seen two
It’s a movie about dinosaurs,
from previ- separate dinosaur people. I imagine that anyone
interested in seeing the latest
ous lms just to get readers up amusement parks fail in spec- installment (or reading this
review) will have at least some
to speed. is month, I’m mak- tacular fashion, countless people idea what they’re getting them-
selves into. I wanted a fun pop-
ing an exception for the (sup- chomped by Tyranosaurs, and corn movie creature feature, and
that’s exactly what I got. Also,
posedly) nal entry in a fran- eventually all dinosaurs being my cinematic experience was
made even better by the person
chise near and dear to my heart released into the wilderness in running around the lobby of the
theater in an in atable dinosaur
with Jurassic World: Dominion. our modern world. Oh, and the costume. I’ll bet they didn’t have EXTINCTION?
that at screenings of Citizen As I always say in these
I still remember the sheer series also introduced the rst Kane.
reviews, let’s not take things too
cinematic joy of experiencing successful human clone in Ma- DINO DROPPINGS seriously here. ere are enough
If Jurassic World: Domin- problems in the world without
the rst Jurassic Park on the sie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon) getting upset about dinosaur
ion truly is the nal lm in cinema. at being said, I was
big screen when I was 9, and who is being hidden away from disappointed with Jurassic
World: Dominion. As someone
Spielberg’s masterpiece still the world by surrogate parents who has stuck with these mov-
ies for three decades, I was hop-
holds up all these years later. and mainstays of the second ing for a more satisfying ending

Now, I may have grown into an trilogy Claire Dearing (Bryce

embittered 38-year-old news- Dallas Howard) and Owen

paper editor, but you’re never Grady (Chris Pratt).

too old to appreciate the simple Meanwhile, swarms of enor- I’ll bet they didn’t have that at
screenings of Citizen Kane.
joys of dinosaurs eating people mous, genetically modi ed lo-

for two hours. No spoilers here, custs are wiping out crops across

but beware of corny, dinosaur- the planet, drawing the atten- WHY DO WE

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Out of the cocoon – Part I

One of the de nitions for the word feet. I “scrunched”over on my backside to slippers. We grabbed a jacket from the closet, and unexpected diagnosis. To say I was in
cocoon is: “something that o ers the living room table and grabbed my phone
protection or isolation.”Picture this: and called 9-1-1. I was soon connected to I was lifted on to the gurney and o we went a daze is putting it mildly. How did this

to the hospital. happen? I had had a sore throat and a cough,

It is very early Sunday morning, April 3, Heritage Hills security and within minutes Once in the ER, my vitals were taken but pneumonia in both lungs?

and as usual I have dozed o while watching the EMTs were at my door. Fortunately, and CT scans of my head, cervical spine e medical team who took care of me

the news. I walk when Art and I moved into and chest were taken.  ankfully, my head were professional, kind, and sometimes we

toward the kitchen Heritage Hills all those and cervical spine showed no bleeding or enjoyed a laugh. You may remember that

to shut o the lights WHAT WAS years ago, we had given fractures. After further testing, the ER when I’m nervous, I tend to revert to a nutty
and the next thing I THINKING? security a key. Ultimately, doctor then advised me they were going to sense of humor. And contrary to popular
I’ve fallen and hit my RUTHANN they were able to enter my keep me in the hospital for a few days. opinion, the food was very tasty.
head on the oor. I was SCHEFFER home and help me stand up.
“Why is that?  e scans were negative, My hospital stay/treatments ended
abbergasted! How I nervously told them why am I being hospitalized?” on Friday, April 8. On this date I was

did this happen? I what had happened and “ e chest scan indicates you have transferred to a rehab/nursing facility where

didn’t trip or lose my that I was on blood thinners multifocal bilateral pneumonia; we need to I’d receive physical therapy/occupational

balance, I just went and was concerned since get you on antibiotics and further treatment therapy to “build me up”so I could go

“down.” How crazy is this? All I could think I’d hit my head. After further discussion, as soon as possible.” home. And, dear readers, therein lies Part II

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Thursday, June 23, 2022 North Salem News – Page 11

in Mahopac

All set for an exciting summer

BY VIM WILKINSON  have planned at My Cousin’s.
e restaurant will be closed July
David Gallo, the young entre-
preneur born and raised in the area, 1 and reopen on July 8, and when
gave us My Cousin’s, the white ta-
blecloth, casual upscale restaurant we return, we’ll be in full swing
with an unpretentious classy repu-
tation. e restaurant gained quick with the addition of some fun to
popularity since it opened last Sep-
tember. is summer, Gallo is add- the dining experience. We’ll be
ing to the excitement with some
great new o erings. We asked the hosting comedy series on July 21,
owner about his plans for this sum-
mer. Here’s what he shared with us. 28 and Aug. 4. We have partnered

Tell us a about My Cousin’s with the New York Comedy Club,
Sunday brunch.
one of the premier comedy venues
My Cousin’s Sunday brunch,
which runs from noon to 3 p.m., is in the city to bring the communi-
decorated with mimosas, candied
bacon, and a variety of scrump- ty entertainment that they would
tious delights. We’re really excited
about introducing brunch this year. typically have to go to Manhattan
Now that we nally got our feet
underneath us, and have built a to see. You can either come a lit-
good following, we are very excited
to spread our wings and bring the tle early and enjoy a three-course
community things that aren’t really
being o ered around here. Sunday meal and a show for $100, or you
brunch gives people another reason
to come out and spend time with can just come for the show only for
friends and family, plus who doesn’t
love bottomless mimosas? $40 with a two-drink minimum.

What can people expect from We are also giving a free ticket to a
the upstairs space for parties and
events? future show at the New York Com-

Since we opened the door peo- edy Club with every purchase to
ple have been asking us what we
are doing with the space upstairs, the show at My Cousin’s. You can
and we are de nitely happy to
announce that the space is nal- purchase tickets now at, mycous-
ly available. It really is a beautiful
space. It ts up to around 60 people I’m sure they’re
and is perfect for graduation par-
ties, communions and christenings, going to go fast so make sure not
and we’ve had several baby showers
that have really gone well. We also to wait! We are also planning some
just had our rst private pharma-
ceutical dinner last week, now that wine pairing dinner specials. So
we have hooked up a projector and
big screen for presentations. ere look out for those as well.
is a bar and additional restroom
upstairs making it ideal to hold What are some of the new ad-
ditions and the must-try dishes?
Tell us about the events you
We are always running daily PHOTO: CAITLYN BARRICK
specials like Chilean seabass and DAVID GALLO, OWNER OF MY COUSIN'S

braised beef short ribs. We’re about

to add a few new pasta dishes in-

cluding linguine with clams and

rigatoni carbonara, as well as put-

ting our very popular fried zucchini

sticks from our happy hour menu

onto the regular menu.

Mark your calendars for a great

evening of food and entertainment

at My Cousin’s this summer. e

restaurant comes with ample park-

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Zac Major
As the year winds to close, our student
Jessica Bossi June 14, gathering on Tompkins Field for
tions to all of our Tigers on another amaz

Anna Behler Robbie Gilchrist
Kiki DeModna
Liam Trageser

Christian Baryla

John D’Innocenzo

hursday, June 23, 2022 Page 13
Izzy Conley
t-athletes were honored one nal time on Siena Bertolino
r the Senior Athletic Awards. Congratula-
zing year!

Ryan Baer

Tommy Eberhardt

Maya Dallow

Grace Woelfle

Robert Moia

Roger Squire


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Small steps lead to sweeping change

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New York State’s spending crisis

BY MATT SLATER rant prices alone climbed 7.4% in the past Democrats in the Assembly prevented a of any state in the country.
GUEST WRITER year, which is the sharpest 12-month gain state spending cap from becoming law, the As supervisor of the town of Yorktown, I
since 1981. e cost of ordinary necessi- budgets that were agreed upon did ad-
The grim reality of the worst in a- ties are pushing us all to the brink, and we here to the basic principles of limiting the experienced rsthand the importance of the
tion in 40 years and a broken supply are not seeing any meaningful action from growth of the state’s operational spending. state property tax cap in controlling local
chain that is causing the rising cost Washington or Albany. taxes and spending. During my tenure, I am
of living is on the minds of every Ameri- at said, in the four years since Demo- proud to report that we responsibly reduced
can. We are breaking records for the cost We know the Biden Administration’s crats captured supermajority control over Yorktown’s budgeted spending by more
of gasoline at the pumps and the price of energy policies are failing, and they can’t x the State Senate and Assembly, the state than $7 million, reduced the tax levy and
everyday staples, like meat, milk, and diapers the broken supply chain — just ask parents budget has increased by more than $40 cut town property taxes for the rst time in
continue to skyrocket. with newborns struggling to nd formula. billion and, according to a report released by 25 years.
Unfortunately, Governor Hochul and the Albany watchdog the Empire Center,“state
According to new Labor Department New York City Democrats who control operating funds spending is set to rise this Now that I am a candidate for the New
data, the cost of groceries were up 12% both chambers of the New York State year by $14 billion or 12%, after adjusting York State Assembly, I am focused on
in May compared to one year ago. is Legislature have exacerbated the pressures for accounting maneuvers. at’s a near- imposing that same scal discipline on the
is the biggest jump since 1979. In ation on our economy and its crushing impact on record increase in state-sourced spending, politicians in Albany by nally enacting
is projected to cost hardworking families household budgets. even discounting in ation.” the state spending cap into law. With state
thousands of dollars more this year. spending increases more than doubling the
It is hard to believe that not long ago is recklessness on the state level is rate of in ation over the last ve years and
I hear it in our communities every day there was in fact a time when we had a further fueling the in ation tax that has im- no end to the in ation crisis in sight, this
from scared families, worried seniors, and two-party system with checks and balances posed a devastating new burden on families has never been more important.
concerned small business owners. Restau- in the State Capitol. While New York City and, when coupled with Albany’s reliance
on some of the nation’s highest taxes on Make no mistake, New York is in a deep
CLARK ASSOCIATES gasoline, the ongoing exodus of New York- nancial hole, and the rst step to getting
FUNERAL HOME ers to lower tax states like Florida has been out is to stop digging. We need to elect the
supercharged. right leaders who will have the common
sense to put down the shovel.
From 2019 to 2020, New York State lost
248,387 residents —costing the state more Matt Slater is the town supervisor of Yorktown
than $19 billion in income. Independent and the Republican candidate for the 94th
nonpro t research rm Wirepoints calcu- New York State Assembly District.
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Hyperbaric chamber hood saves doctor’s life during pandemic

Phelps Hospital’s doctor wins excellence award

During the rst wave of the later, he has made a full recovery 2021 in the journal Respiratory

pandemic in 2020, Dr. Morton and is back to seeing patients and Medicine, on the bene ts of the

Altwerger fell ill with COV- practicing podiatry. hyperbaric oxygen hood. e

ID-19. He struggled with severe In recognition of his continued study demonstrated that the role

symptoms, his breathing became diligence and excellence in the of hyperbaric oxygen hoods pro-

di cult, and ended up at Phelps practice of hyperbaric medicine, vided signi cant improvement in

Hospital emergency room. particularly in how his studies oxygen saturation above that of

Knowing the mortality risks of have improved patient care, the conventional high- ow oxygen

being ventilated, he opted for a Undersea & Hyperbaric Medi- delivery systems and prevented

hyperbaric chamber oxygen hood cal Society (UHMS), an inter- immediate/imminent intubation

like the one routinely used at national nonpro t association and mechanical ventilation in

the Department of Undersea & serving physicians, scientists, as- the short-term. is allowed ad-

Hyperbaric Medicine at Phelps sociates and nurses in the elds ditional time for other medical

Hospital Northwell Health. It of hyperbaric and dive medicine, treatments and medications to

may have saved his life. has presented Dr. O’Neill the work. e oxygen hood is a safe,

Working with the Feinstein 2022 Excellence in Hyperbaric reliable, and an e ective form of

Institutes for Medical Research, Medicine Award. PHOTO COURTESY OF NORTHWELL HEALTH oxygen delivery which may re-
his physician, Owen J. O’Neill “I am particularly honored by duce mechanical ventilation and
MD, MPH, medical director this recognition as it highlights A look inside Phelps Hospital’s hyperbaric chamber, the largest mortality rates.
Division of Undersea and Hy- the continuum of work that my hyperbaric chamber in the northeastern United States. The chamber
perbaric Medicine at Phelps team and I accomplish at Phelps can fit up to 12 patients seated or 4 stretchers per treatment without “Dr. O’Neill has been a mentor
any seated patients. of mine for years,”said Dr. Dayya.

Hospital, recommended that Dr. Hospital,” said Dr. O’Neill. “We patients’ oxygen saturation levels ment of Undersea & Hyperbaric “I’m so pleased that he’s receiving

Altwerger take part in his teams are always interested in push- and prevented them from the Medicine at Phelps Hospital this award for his dedication to

clinical trial, which he believed ing the boundaries of hyperbaric mortality risks of mechanical Northwell Health, the largest hy- hyperbaric medicine. He is a true

would help patients whose oxy- medicine, research, education ventilation.” perbaric chamber in the North- pioneer and more than deserving

gen levels had dropped too low and how hyperbaric oxygen can e society noted that beyond eastern United States, with one of of the Excellence in Hyperbaric

and would require mechani- improve patient care. We’ve had the recent research and clinical the most experienced hyperbaric Medicine award.”

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went home where his oxygen lev- strated how the use of hyperbaric he is the founding and current Medicine at Phelps Hospital, is article was provided by

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Page 18 – North Salem News Sports Thursday, June 23, 2022

Kat Nardone honored for community involvement

North Salem student earns silver medal at Special Olympics

BY WHIT ANDERSON “When you came, Kat, we

STAFF WRITER learned all about your puppet

show abilities. All of our students

Friends, family, teachers, ad- at PQ got to see your amaz-

ministrators, and local o cials ing shows. ey were fabulous...

gathered at Hay elds Cafe on Whenever you came to our

June 13 to celebrate the intern- school, Kat, you worked hard and

ship and athletic accomplish- always wanted to do your best.

ments of Katherina Nardone, an You always came with a smile.

autism spectrum disorder (ASD) We will miss you,” she said.

student and North Salem High Nardone’s high school princi-

School graduate. pal, Vincent DiGrandi, spoke of

Nardone recently completed her contagious energy and con-

STEPS, a transitional program tinuous activity.

that o ers young adults with “I cannot reiterate enough how

disabilities the opportunity to you make people around you bet-

participate in career exploration ter,” he said. “If I could just some-

and receive specialized instruc- how bottle that smile, energy,

tion, training, and support. Her Katherina Nardone with parents, Letty and Peter and love for life that you bring.
internships included working She makes us want to be better

at Hay elds, Pequenakonck El- people. So, moving forward, you

ementary School, and North will always be known as a verb.

Salem Town Hall, both in the Because when I look at these

supervisor’s o ce and the recre- photos of you, you are always in

ation department. motion, and it is moving forward

Nardone also competed at the in a positive way.”

Special Olympics in Orlando, “It was just a wonderful expe-

Florida earlier this month. Rep- PHOTO COURTESY OF JOAN GABEL rience having Kat with us,” said

resenting the Connecticut team PHOTOS: WHIT ANDERSON town supervisor Warren Lucas.
and competing in track and eld, Nardone recently competed in the track and field Nardone with family, friends, teachers,
she won a silver medal which she event at the Special Olympics in Orlando. administrators, and town officials. “Every time I came in the room,
she would ask, ‘Warren, how are

proudly wore to the celebration. I began re ecting on my time Adam VanDerStuyf, the as- come in. e impact she has had you today?’ Kids do not do that. I

“Today we are here to recog- with Kat. I realized she has had sistant superintendent of Pupil not only on us, but everyone else was impressed.”

nize and celebrate the hard work as much of an impact on me as Personnel Services at the North since kindergarten, shows it has Listening intently with a

and dedication that Kat has put I have had on her. I am a better Salem Central School District, spread out towards the whole smile, Nardone expressed her

into her three internships this person having had the opportu- also spoke of the impact Nardone community,” he said. gratitude for the kind words as

year,” said Joan Gabel, a parapro- nity of working with her. I could had on him, as well as the town. Mary K. Johnson, principal at well as the continuous commu-

fessional at North Salem Mid- not be more excited to see what “ is is a true testament to PQ Elementary, emphasized the nity support.

dle/High School. she accomplishes over the next who Kat is, that people gathered joy Nardone brought to the stu- “I was surprised,” said Nardone

Gabel continued, “Recently, few years and beyond.” to see her, and more continue to dents while interning at the school. on the celebration. “I am grateful.”

How to help student athletes navigate social media
Scholastic sports participation bene ts • Consider shuttering accounts during unforeseen consequences that adversely

student athletes in myriad ways. Competi- the season. In recent years, numerous pro- a ect student athletes for years to come.

tive sports teaches students how to cope fessional athletes have bravely acknowl- • Highlight how student athletes can

with the thrill of victory and the agony of edged their mental health struggles. For use social media to their bene t. Social

defeat, while providing rsthand experi- example, NBA All-Star Kevin Love has media can be a mine eld, but it also pres-

ence that emphasizes the value of working shared tales of his struggles with anxiety ents opportunities for student athletes to

with others in pursuit of a common goal. and depression. ese issues confound showcase themselves in a positive light.

Student athletes often apply these lessons many athletes and can be exacerbated by Parents and coaches can emphasize how

long after their playing days have ended, negative comments on social media, par- student athletes can use social media to

bene tting from their experiences in com- ticularly after a loss. Student athletes can show good sportsmanship. Win or lose,

petitive sports throughout their lives. avoid the negative aspects of social media urge athletes to praise their teammates

Athletes of all ages can relate to some by avoiding it during the season. and opponents after a big game. Positive

of the common experiences of competitive • Emphasize the potential e ects of commentary on social media can be just

sports. At one point or another, all competi- athletes’ own comments on social media. as bene cial to student athletes as nega-

tive athletes must learn to handle losing. But It’s not just negative thoughts from dis- knowledged rescinding o ers due to so- tive commentary can be harmful. Student

modern student athletes have a relatively re- gruntled spectators that can make social cial media content. Fair or unfair, these athletes who showcase their maturity and

cent phenomenon to contend with that was media a mine eld for young athletes. Stu- decisions highlight the very real e ects sportsmanship on social media can im-

not around when their parents played sports: dent athletes’ own negative comments can that comments made on social media can prove their standing among college coach-

social media. Social media can connect peo- have some lasting and unfortunate e ects have on young people’s futures. Sports of- es and admissions o cers.

ple in ways that were previously unimagi- as well. A 2017 survey from the Ameri- ten generates highly emotional responses, Student athletes who learn to success-

nable, but it also poses unique challenges to can Association of Collegiate Registrars and parents and coaches can urge student fully navigate social media can reap the

modern student athletes. Parents and coach- found that 11 percent of respondents in- athletes to avoid voicing negative or knee- rewards of those e orts for years to come.

es can help student athletes navigate social dicated they had denied admissions to an jerk reactions about opponents, o cials or

media so it does not adversely a ect their applicant based on social media content. even games they’re not involved in via so- Article provided by Metro Creative

scholastic sports experiences. Furthermore, an additional 7 percent ac- cial media. Such commentary could have Connection.

Thursday, June 23, 2022 LEISURE North Salem News – Page 19

CLUES ACROSS 25. Without (French) show 12. Susan andTom are For puzzle solutions, please see
1. Slovenian mountain 26. Scientist’s tool 46.They help you hear two
(abbr.) 48. One who eliminates 14. Female sheep
5. Growl 15. A poet writes it
9. Where things stand 27. System of one more 52. Congress’
11. Made a sharp sound computers investigative arm 18. Affirmatives
13. Female spirit in Irish 29. Captures 53. Parties 20. “Full House” actress
31. Authentic 54. Most supernatural Barber
folklore 24.Traveled rapidly
15. Deteriorate with age 33. Female mammal’s 56.Takes illegally
16. A way to save for nipple 57. Breathes while 26. Long upholstered
34. Pandemonium asleep seat
retirement 36. Satisfy 58. Sea eagles 28. Set wages
17.The Big Apple
19. Intestinal pouches 38. Arrived extinct 59. German surname 30. Peter Gabriel song
39. Shipborne radar 32. Sides of a jacket
21. City in New (abbr.) CLUES DOWN 34. More beautiful
22. Giving a bad 41. Network of nerves 1. Looks at for a long 35. Actress Kate
impression 43. Monetary unit time 37. Furniture with open
23. Samsung laptops 44. Showed oldTV 2. Solution for diseases shelves
3. Belonging to a 38. Indicate
thing 40.The cost of a room
4. Former Packers 42. Gets rid of
fullback something
5. Contemptible 43. Impudence
person 45. No No No
6. One billionth of 47. Drunkards
a second (abbr.) 49. Middle eastern
7. Helps country
8. Final section of 50. High energy lasers
the large intestine (abbr.)
9. Invests in little 51. Primary component
enterprises of ribosomes
10. Look for 55. An informal debt
11. Unbeliefs instrument

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appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using
the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!

David Schwittek’s “Instant Karma” at CB Gallery

Katonah’s CB Gallery announced its Bronx, Schwittek takes great pride in

next exhibition entitled “Instant Karma” this aspect of his work.

by Bedford Corners artist,David Schwit- “Teaching in the poorest congressional

tek. e exhibit of well over a hundred district in the United States, I work with

Polaroid images runs from June 15 to students who have been marginalized

July 16, 2022 with an Artists reception and condescended to by society their

on Saturday July 9 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. whole lives and I try to inspire them by

“Instant Karma” is a contemporary making them aware of the fact that each

twist on traditional Polaroid imagery. of them has a unique voice and they can

Some of the photos are more straightfor- and must own their ideas,” said Schwit-

ward but a lot of them are manipulated tek.

in fun ways by being painted during the “Instant Karma” will be up for the Ka-

development process, stitched on or even tonah Art Walk on June 25.

torched. “Once again, the level of talent in the

Multidisciplinary artist, designer and immediate area abounds,” said CB Gal-

lmmaker David Schwittek has been lery owner, Christopher Brescia. “Every

taking photographs since he was eight facet of David’s work is outstanding but

years old but it wasn’t until he was study- I personally have a deep a ection for

ing Computer Science at SUNY New Polaroid lm and the way it has been

Paltz that he realized he could commu- used in the contemporary art world by

nicate better through creating Art than everyone from Hockney to Warhol has

any other way. always thrilled me. In this show, David

“It was such a revelation to me, I went has taken the art form to a new level. e

on to get an MFA in Design & Tech- show is going to have the look and feel

nology from Parsons School of Design,” of an installation piece but the individual

Schwittek said. “I’m inspired by a lot of images are for sale and I can’t wait to

things around me but the speci c in- show them.”

spiration for the CB Gallery Polaroid

show was the pace of the expression For more information about this show,

these photographs allowed me by tak- contact CB Gallery at 917-520-3234.

ing some small, good ideas and blending Walk-in gallery hours are Wednesday

them with the mundane to achieve an through Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. or

emergent narrative that has a delightful by appointment. Visit CB Gallery on

rhythm.” Facebook and Instagram @cbartgallery

Currently on faculty in the Art De- or contact Christopher Brescia at PHOTOS COURTESY OF CB GALLERY

partment at Lehman College in the [email protected]

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Brewster on September 28, 1991. bright smile, and waving hap- Henry’s honor through e Brew- He worked in the printing in-

ey then went on to begin their pily as he drove by in his distinc- ster Education Foundation. Con- dustry for 43 years until his re-

own endeavor, Bill Henry Tree tively clean and shiny red trucks dolences may be left for the family tirement in 2004.

Service, Inc, serving Putnam, through the town. ese greet- at William is survived by his

Dutchess & Northern Westches- ings will be greatly missed by the sons William (Meredith) Rilley

ter for over 30 years. entire community. His loss will of New Fair eld CT, Michael

Bill had many passions includ- be felt most deeply by his loved (Stacey) Rilley of New Milford,

ing traveling, boating, water- ones. He leaves behind his wife CT, and James (Meghan) Rilley

skiing, and deep-sea shing in Kimberly, and children Nichole of Newburgh NY; brother, Gary

Florida. But above all, he loved Henry of Boston, MA, and Mat- Rilley of Yonkers, NY; Grandchil-

being able to spend time with his thew Henry, of Brewster, NY; his dren,Cassidy and Mckenna Rilley

family and friends eating, laugh- parents, Bill Sr. and Nancy Hen- and Liam and Neve Rilley, his

ing, and wise-cracking. Helping ry of Brook eld CT; his sister, companion, Maureen Markelon
of Oxford, CT, his brother-in-law
William B. Henry Jr. others was very important to him, Patricia (Michael) McManus of William J. Rice, Jr., sister-in-law
and in continuing with that self- Brook eld, CT; his brother Mi-

William B. Henry Jr., 55, own- less role, he was also an organ/tis- chael and (Lisa Kappes) Henry; Patricia Rice, beloved nieces and

er of Bill Henry Tree Service was sue donor. We hope he can reach his two sisters-in-law, Victoria nephews, and Grant cousins. He

taken too soon on June 15, 2022, as many people as possible in that ( John) Piazza of Brewster, NY was predeceased by his brother,

while doing what he loved. great cause. He always said he and Jessica (Robert) Vrabel of William Rilley Jack Rilley, last month.
A Mass of Christian burial was
Born on October 26, 1966, at was no great golfer, but he always Somers, NY, as well as his ten

Putnam Hospital in Carmel, NY, enjoyed participating and donat- nieces and nephews. celebrated at St. Joseph Church,

the son of William B. Sr. and ing to the many golf outings and Calling hours were held on William Rilley, 79, of North in Somers on Tuesday, June 21,

Nancy (Gri ths) Henry. Bill, as other fundraisers in the area. Tuesday, June 21, at Beecher Fu- Salem, NY, passed away at e followed by interment at Gate

we all knew him, was a lifelong He shared his wisdom, dedica- neral Home in Brewster. Paramount in Somers, NY on of Heaven Cemetery in Haw-

resident and graduate of Brews- tion, and spirit to mentor many A Mass of Christian burial June 14, 2022. thorne, NY.

ter High School Class of 1985. young people within the com- was celebrated on Wednesday, William was born April 11, Calling hours were held at

After graduating, Bill went on munity, including his son, Mat- June 22, at St. Lawrence O’Toole 1943, in Yonkers, NY son of the Beecher Funeral Home in Brew-

to work at Raichle in Brewster, thew. Each of them appreciated Church, followed by interment at late John and Florence (Welsh) ster on Monday, June 20.

then joined the Teamsters Local the work ethic he instilled, which St. Lawrence O’Toole Cemetery. Rilley. He was a graduate of Contributions in William’s

#456, and worked for his father- continues to guide them in all of In lieu of owers, please con- Saunders Trade and Technical memory may be made to the

in-law’s company, Serman Con- their future endeavors. His long sider donating through the Go High School in Yonkers, NY. American Cancer Society

struction Inc. time employees have been faith- Fund Me page begun by the class William married Barbara at or by

After a seven-year courtship, ful, honest, hardworking men of 1985, available on the Beecher (Rice) in May 1964 in Mt. Ver- mail to  PO Box 22478, Okla-

Bill married his high school that Bill enjoyed working along- Funeral Home website. non, NY. ey moved to North homa City, OK 73123.

sweetheart and the love of his side every single day. Additional arrangements are be- Salem from Yonkers 53 years ago. Condolences for the family

life, Kimberly A. Serman at St. Bill could always be seen with ing prepared to set up an annual Barbara predeceased him in May may be left at Beecherfuneral-

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Jilco celebrate4s 0years of excellent serviceThursday,June23,2022 North Salem News – Page 23

BY JESSICA JAFET area for provid- such suppliers. expect an extensive array of or refurbishing their homes, ac-
CONTRIBUTING WRITER ing doors, win- “Our main goal is to choices, allowing for endless cording to McDonough, with
dows, skylights, millwork and possibilities for design ideas— his team working hard to keep
Satis ed customers are the kitchen cabinetry, as well as sell- have a high level of service and on even the most challenging up with the demand.
cornerstone of any success- ing and installing window treat- expertise; our 41-person team projects. Products are available
ful business. At Jilco Win- ments and dressings (blinds and here is fantastic with a 20- in standard sizing, along with “ e goal of the company
dow Corp., located in Granite shades). year average tenure of the sales semi-custom and complete cus- moving forward is to focus on
Springs, a team of loyal employ- force. Instead of just buying a tom-designed options. our core, which is windows,
ees has been making that hap- Company president Michael product, you’re going to get the doors, millwork and cabinetry
pen for four decades—and with McDonough said the business experience,” McDonough said. Visit the Jilco showroom for and to grow new product lines
this single goal in mind, will began out of his parents’ base- “We can add value to your proj- a consultation to transform a that we feel t our mold so we
continue to work hand-in-hand ment in Mahopac, back in 1982, ect instead of just ful lling an kitchen with top brands like can o er help and solutions to
with clients to make their home and has been building its repu- order.” Omega, Kemper and Kitchen builders, home-owners, interior
projects successful. tation through trusted relation- Craft; you can peruse kitchen designers, remodelers and archi-
ships with clients ever since, by With quality brands such as cabinetry, countertops, bath van- tects,” he added.
e trusted family-owned providing exemplary service. Andersen and Marvin (energy- ities and architectural hardware
supplier o ers customized ser- He is grateful for his customer e cient windows and doors) at for your dream renovation. Get a rsthand experience by
vices to homeowners, builders, base—some of whom have been competitive prices and window visiting the Jilco showroom
remodelers, interior designers customers for 40 years—a tes- dressings from Hunter Doug- e pandemic brought a surge located in Granite Springs or
and architects. Jilco is a name tament to how Jilco sets itself las in a variety of styles, those in the residential construction visit for more
that is renowned in the tri-state apart from big box and other considering a home refresh or information.
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