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NEVER FORGET Sewers may ﬁnally be
in the pipeline for two
Somers holds 9/11
Remembrance lake communities
Ceremony BY CAROL REIF
e Town Board voted unanimously ursday to establish Somers
Sanitary Sewer District No. 2, contingent upon the state’s approval of
its plan for Lake Shenorock and Lake Lincolndale and the outcome of
a possible public vote.
If other things fall into place, such as the town’s gaining access to
Westchester County’s sewage treatment plant in Peekskill, the design
phase of the multi-million dollar project could get under way next
year, with construction on Phase 1 wrapping up in late 2021.
Consultants said at the Sept. 12 public hearing that the political
cloud hovering over the project appears to have lifted.
With County Executive George Latimer on board, Somers has
high hopes that Westchester legislators will vote early next year to
allow it to send wastewater to Peekskill.
e two hamlets are located within the Croton Watershed of the New
York City Department of Environmental Protection reservoir system.
Forward movement is key to Somers’tapping $10 million in DEP qual-
ity improvement funds. It is chasing another $3 million in state grants.
PHOTOS: JODI WEINBERGER BACKGROUND
Besides improving water quality, the project aims to improve recre-
ational opportunities at both lakes.
e city set aside about $70 million in 1998 to protect its water-
shed. at pot has been whittled down to $30 million. If Somers
doesn’t show progress, other communities might call dibs on its piece
of the pie.
Phase 1 would cost between $10 million and $13 million and in-
volve 88 properties in Lake Shenorock and 45 in Lake Lincolndale.
Phase 2 is expected to cost $28 million to $30 million; Phase 3, $21
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The Staff Support YMCA SWC Tag Sale Interested vendors should call
the Special Halloween Parade 914-841-7842 or email [email protected]
EDITORIAL TEAM Olympics e Annual Somers Women’s somerswomensclub.com. To
JODI WEINBERGER e YMCA’s 23rd Annual Club Tag Sale is from 9 a.m. to make a donation, or for more
Help raise money for the ath- Halloween Parade will be Sun- 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, at Reis information, call 845-282-9283.
EDITOR: 914-302-5830 letes of Special Olympics New day, Oct. 27, at Reis Park. Line- Park on Route 139 in Somers.
[email protected] York by supporting the several up begins at 11:45 a.m. and the Proceeds will support chari-
groups from Somers taking the parade begins at noon. is is a ere will be a huge sale of new table community club activities,
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER 2019 Westchester Polar Plunge free family event with trunk or and used items featuring books including back-to-school cloth-
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-302-5628 on Saturday, Nov. 16. Visit treat, games, and a costume con- and toys, housewares, small fur- ing/supplies, holiday food/gifts
[email protected] http://events.nyso.org/ for more test. For more information, visit niture, collectibles, baskets and for area families, high school and
information. community-ymca.cnw.org. jewelry/boutique, as well as a summer day camp scholarships,
ADVERTISING TEAM gardening table, ra es, bake as well as continued cooperation
LISA KAIN sale, and many outside vendors. with community service groups
such as Support Connection,
914-351-2424 Putnam/Northern Westchester
[email protected] Women’s Shelter, Community
Center of Northern Westches-
PAUL FORHAN ter, and Friends of Karen.
[email protected] and Deli Ben Fest
CORINNE STANTON Picking Party
845-621-4049 291 Route 100, Somers • 914.277.8539 • route100market.com
[email protected] e Westchester Bluegrass
JENNIFER CONNELLY Football Season will be having Ben Fest on Sat-
914-334-6335 urday September 21, celebrat-
[email protected] is HERE! ing the Life of our dear friend
BRUCE HELLER Ben Freed. e Day will in-
914-202-2941 MAKE US YOUR GAME- clude a Slow Jam hosted by Jay
[email protected] TIME HEADQUARTERS Grabowski and Randi Carboni,
Mandolin Workshop with Mike
PRODUCTION TEAM Deli, Beer, Soda, Chips & MORE! Sassano and Wayne Fugate. e
TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL Sleepy Hollow String band will
host the event along with vari-
PRODUCTION MANAGER ous friends playing a couple of
DESIGNER/PHOTOGRAPHER sets of Bluegrass Music. Folks
[email protected] can bring chairs and a snack to
share for the festivities and their
CHRISTINA ROSE choice of drinks. e event will
ASST PRODUCTION MANAGER take place in the Lake Purdys
Clubhouse located at 33 Lake
DESIGNER Way, Purdys, form 3-10 p.m.
[email protected] Donation: $10.
EXECUTIVE TEAM Hebrew
BRETT FREEMAN Congregation
of Somers High
[email protected] Holidays
SHELLEY KILCOYNE at HICKORY BBQ RUBS AMAZIN’ CAJUN Join Hebrew Congregation
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[email protected] BUFFALO MILD GARLIC PARMESAN inspiring and meaningful ser-
BUFFALO MEDIUM BOURBON MOLASSES vices open to all, at no charge.
Deadlines Advance registration is required.
GOLDEN BBQ Rosh Hashana services are Sun-
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Thursday, September 19, 2019 The Somers Record – Page 3
Scouts summit Baldy Mountain
Boy Scouts from Somers Troop 376, along with their unique history of ancient Native Americans, Spanish con-
adult advisors, Rich Cassin, Andy Cheung (Troop Scout- quistadors, mountain men, land barons, miners, loggers and
master), Jimmy Smith, and Gary Rivera, recently completed cowboys.
a 90-mile backpacking expedition through the
rugged, high-altitude New Mexico backcountry.
e seven boys and four adults experienced
an adventure of a lifetime over 12 days on the
trail. Highlights included wildlife encounters
(deer, cattle, rattlesnakes, and bears); unmarked
trail navigation in the Valle Vidal (part of Car-
son National Forest), hail/lightning/thunder
storms, muzzle-loader ri e and cowboy action
(pistol, ri e, shotgun) shooting; burro packing,
and summitting Baldy Mountain (12,441 feet).
e Scouts trip took place on the Philmont
Scout Ranch, which is the Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica’s largest high-adventure base. e property
covers 137,000 acres, about 214 square miles, of
rugged mountain wilderness in the Sangre de
Christo (Blood of Christ) range of the Rocky
Mountains in northern New Mexico. Philm-
ont Scout Ranch operates dozens of sta ed
and trail camps. Philmont has high mountains
with rough terrain and elevations that range
from 6.500 to 12,441 feet. e property has a
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pools in Lake Shenorock and there, experts say. phone:a7v1e7ra-6ge63s-e4w1e1r9fees aren’t expected district, whichever number is feared costs would rise if the dis-
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Joe Barbagallo told the crowd of ways of protecting the lakes, such “If anyone operates it privately,
about 20 that “we’ve been doing as aeration systems and retention they’re not going to be in it to
thisSIGNATURE long enough to know that ponds. DATE PmRINaTiNnAMtaE in the status quo; they’re
everyone gets the granite out and “You want to change the look going to be in it for pro t,” Masi
chisels these numbers in.” of both communities by allowing countered.
CREATING CUSTOMERS FOR LIFE “We work very hard to make people to expand and put up big- Lake Lincolndale’s Paul Funk,
sure that these aren’t low-ball,” ger homes on these small parcels a licensed septic system contrac-
he said. and then raise their taxes because tor, argued that it’s far cheaper
When reviewing projects, the we all know that’s how it works.” to replace failed septics than to
state Comptroller’s O ce looks “If it was about cleaning up the build a public sewer system.
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Changes at Saint Luke’s
e following is from Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church:
Somers Hamlet is chang- Luke’s undertook the restoration With all of the upgrades
ing and growing rapidly. of the church’s steeple. Impor- and improvements to Somers
Sidewalks, a STEM school, tant work because the incredible Hamlet, it also soon became
condos, an upscale food German crafted organ which is clear Saint Luke’s needed to
store. Yet, in the very cen- so integral to the music program be brought into the twenty-
ter of our town are historic in the church, is situated directly rst century. e church is his-
buildings which seemingly under the steeple. e organ at toric and majestic, but many
don’t change. e Elephant Saint Luke’s was built in Ham- things have changed since 1835.
Hotel sits quietly at a very burg, Germany by the famous anks to funds, gifted to the
busy intersection, the band- and highly sought-after von church by Saint Matthew’s
stand in Bailey Park adds a Beckerath Organ Builders. Ar- Episcopal Church in Bedford,
note of New England charm riving in 2003, and designed spe- through the Bedell Fund, it has
to the hamlet’s green. ci cally for Saint Luke’s Church, been possible to restore the edi-
Saint Luke’s Episcopal it was a very generous gift to the ce, updating and improving it.
Church was established al- parish. ere were concerns the is spring, the work of restor-
most 200 years ago, on Feb- organ could be damaged if a leak ing and improving the exterior
ruary 28, 1835. As one might developed. Work on the steeple of the church commenced, and
expect, the years took their began in the fall of 2018, but was completed, including the
toll on this grand building. was halted until the spring due work on the steeple.
Until now. Last year, Saint to soggy weather. e church’s exterior was
painted, ve new pairs of shut-
ters replaced older worn ones,
the front stairs to the church
were repaired and re-pointed, a
new ramp was constructed, the
stairs to the undercroft were
repaired, and a chairlift was in-
stalled to make the undercroft
more accessible. Now, this dis-
tinguished old church looks
modern and fresh again. e
changes to the church, how-
ever, do not stop outside the en-
trance. Continuing the work of
the rift Shop and the Somers
Food Pantry, new programs are
part of strong community out-
reach interaction. e vitality
of Saint Luke’s attracts many
new people to explore and visit.
Father Mike Watson, Priest-in-
Charge, will celebrate his rst
year in the church on Sunday,
September 22. Everything new
Have your heating system checked now before the cold weather comes. at Saint Luke’s is blending with
and maintaining the good of the
"Service was fast, courteous past.
and professional." Mark C Standing at the busy intersec-
tion of Routes 100 and 202, at
the center of the Somers Ham-
let, Saint Luke’s is a shining, im-
In business for over 35 years! maculate, venerable, joyous and
exciting white building. Estab-
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e Somers Library is located at 82 formation Centers (SBICs) help on the SBIC helpline at 914- served for club members. Space is chapter in their life.
Primrose St. Register for programs older adults 60 and over and those 231-3260 or email us at [email protected] limited to 20 people and registra- Bring your ideas, pen and pa-
at somerslibrary.org or by calling caring for the elderly achieve a wlsmail.org with your name, tion is required.
914-232-5717. Programs are better understanding of Medicare number, a time to call from 9 per or laptop so that within a few
funded by the Friends of the Somers health plans and prescription drug a.m. to 5 p.m. and whether your Art Exhibit: Constanza Mal- short weeks you will have devel-
Library through donations. coverage. Information is provided interest is in Medicare services or lol Paintings. September 1 - 30, oped the strategies to become a
about di erent types of govern- other bene ts. A counselor will during library hours. ose who lifelong writer. People of all skill
Senior Beneﬁts Information ment programs. return your call within two busi- experience Constanza Mallol’s levels are welcome. Space is lim-
Center. Every Wednesday, 10 ness days. SBIC will not meet colorful, descriptive still-lifes and ited to 12, so register early!
a.m. to 1 p.m. Senior Bene ts In- If you can’t visit the library in on days the Somers schools are
person, you can leave a message closed due to snow. gures are struck by their reveal- Painting in Autumn With
ing use of light and form. Judika. Mondays, September
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Heritage Hills Book Club. Mondays, Oct. 7, Writer’s Workshops with to 12:30 p.m.. It’s fall, an inspi-
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members will choose the books you would like to attend). tober 4 & 11 from noon to 2 p.m.
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Big day for small business You’ll be sorry!
It feels good to live Dad passed down what you want.”
in a town where away many
people aren’t afraid wasn’t an eye-tooth. years ago. I’ve WHATWAS He gave me a swift
to come out and get to- MAN I was chatting with written quite a few I THINKING? dismissal with his
gether for an afternoon OVERBOARD hand. He wouldn’t
of self-celebration. Last RICK Eileen and her dog,
MELÉN who almost became columns about him: RUTHANN stop; he wouldn’t
a seeing-eye dog for
blind people. Not all his building the grand SCHEFFER write on the pad and
picnic table in the we didn’t know what
Saturday the Somers dogs make it through basement that wouldn’t he was trying to say.
Chamber of Com- the rigorous four-phase t through the base- Joan came into
merce organized such training program, but ment door to the back yard; sanding the the room to check on him. Mom and
an event and closed car tra c to the all dogs who attempt it come out better bathroom door at the top rather than I tattled on Dad and told her he was
Towne Centre so that we could meet for it. What I really need is a hearing- the bottom to t over the new bath- trying to talk and wouldn’t stop. Joan
some of the people behind the small ear dog to watch television with me. I room rug. e best, in my humble opin- leaned down and in a deadly quiet voice
businesses that make each town unique always have to ask my wife what’s going ion, was his comment about my getting issued her not-so veiled threat:
and give a community its character. on in the show because I keep the sound a car: “Girls don’t need their own cars.” “Mr. Batchie, you have such a hand-
I was escorted by my four-legged very low so I can’t hear the commercials. It amazes me that some memories of some mustache. If you don’t shut up, I
friend Gidget, who loves small business. Bark once if the husband killed her, bark Dad still oat into my consciousness, am going to put tape over that mustache
Sometimes when I take her out to “do twice if it was somebody she didn’t know. and don’t have to be triggered by an and pull it o as quickly as I can. You’ll
her business,” she takes so long to nd Hmmm... just as I thought. event or a comment from someone. is be very, very sorry! Do you understand?”
just the right location to make her busi- ere were demonstrations by martial one is typical Dad. Who knows, maybe this is how “wax-
ness successful that I think she must be arts and exercise groups, performances by His voice had become raspy—he was ing” came to be!
quite a businesswoman. Going any- dance teams, and a DJ kept everything a smoker—and he nally went to see Finally someone had stood up to
where with Gidget is a time-consuming moving along. I remember when I was a his doctor. A polyp was discovered on Dad and he had no choice but to listen.
endeavor, because everyone wants to pat substitute disc jockey for WAER when one of his vocal chords and had to be Mom and I thought that he might have
“ e Most Prettiest Dog in the World.” I was at Syracuse, working the overnight surgically removed. e surgery went taken her threat seriously--he was a
She was exhausted by the time she got shift when somebody called in sick. I had well; he returned to his hospital room quiet, good patient for the rest of his
home, but she had made a lot of friends. a captive audience of ne’er-do-wells who where Mom and I were waiting. I knew stay.
ere hasn’t been so much petting since couldn’t have had any legitimate purpose his nurse, Joan, from community meet- Mom worked so when Dad came
my sophomore year in high school. We for being awake at four in the morning. ings, etc. home, he was alone. When I’d check
walked by all the booths, soaking in the I was the only one there, so if you heard “Mr. Batchie, you cannot talk for at in on him, he’d use the pad & pencil. I
sunny day, drifting through the crowd, “Stairway to Heaven” that means I had to least a week. Your throat needs to heal, wouldn’t stay long because I knew he
saying hi to acquaintances and trying to go to the bathroom. and you need to be quiet. I’ve left a pad was totally frustrated with his lot in life.
gure out which direction the pizza was By mistake I wandered into the area and pencil on your tray table that you To help keep him occupied during the
coming from. where the cheerleaders were about to can use to correspond to your family day, we bought him a 500-piece puzzle
I ambled over to the Somers Women’s perform. I got out of there just in time and I’ll be checking in on you.” Joan was which he spread over the dining room
Club to see if I could join, but I was not before I had to do any high kicks, but I a sweetie, but could be tough as nails table and diligently worked on every
accepted even though my credentials think I could have held my own. Cer- when needed. day. In fact, he completed two puzzles!
are impeccable. e Library Foundation tainly no one else seemed willing to hold A while later, Dad started to get out He was quite content being alone dur-
was here, and I wanted to ask them what it. But since then I’ve been practicing of bed—this was just the beginning. ing the day. No need to mention though
was holding the library up if the founda- some routines in case the same thing “Where do you think you’re going!” how happy he was when Mom came
tion was over here. I’m often asked to be happens to me next year. Let me know demanded Mom. He motioned to the home. His recovery went smoothly; a
quiet at libraries, and most other places. what you think of this. It starts with, bathroom. She quickly got him back few years later, he quit smoking.
ere was a loose tooth loitering around “Give me an ‘I!’” Yes, I know that there’s in bed and rang for the nurse. Dad’s Joan had been our tough voice of
near the orthodontist’s booth, which had no “I” in Somers, but you never heard “needs” were taken care of privately. reason. We needed someone strong to
to be led around by a human because SEE MELEN PAGE 15 Stubborn, stubborn man kept trying face down our stubborn, feisty father.
it couldn’t see too well, so it obviously
to speak. “Dad, you cannot talk! Write She came to his/our rescue!
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Thursday, September 19, 2019 OPINION The Somers Record – Page 11
Lost Privacy and Misleading Information
THE chagrin (and guilt) when I realized people feel this way. ey have are political pro les. Instead of die out and with it the privacy we
SEASONED I hadn’t visited him in years…and grown up rst playing games thinking for themselves many let were able to retain. Perhaps this
CITIZEN that’s because I had his ashes in on a computer and then using their computers do it for them. generation feels loved and wanted
my closet for the last six of them! it for study and information. by their followers, enough so to
ADRIENNE ey are held captive by their keep sharing the most mundane
KAVELLE I’m always shocked at how ey don’t remember privacy as laptops, telephones, and watches things about themselves. Or
gullible people are and believe we 20th century folk knew it. which have become their mentors perhaps this kind of sharing is
Ivalue my privacy. Because everything they read on the ‘net’. Everything about them is shared and perhaps even their mytho- ful lling now but will eventually
of this I do not subscribe to True, using computers can give us from photos of what they’re logical gods. All this helps them lose its fascination and they’ll
any of the internet’s social information at the touch of a n- eating to their likes and dislikes. bask in ‘ fteen minutes of fame’
media, but that doesn’t protect me ger or a quick verbal command. Medical information, correct and over and over and over. SEE KAVELLE PAGE 15
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Little boy lost—and found
What does a little boy who has wait out the unknown of whole cloth a new how the disappearance of half his
lost his mother do? parents has shaped—or mis-shaped—
He grows up. future, of the next days, reason for being. his path in life, his results, his ego, his
He grows up wondering what kind of emotional complexion, his social skills,
person he might have become had his and the next decades. BRUCE He grows up re- his persona, his person.
mother survived beyond his elementary He grows up re- THE BLOG membering a series of
school years. eccentric housekeepers, He grows up with a robust, quicksilver
membering the clergy sense of humor, coming to believe it is a
He grows up not remembering exactly compensatory form of self-medication
what he called her—mom? mommy? visiting his brother and BRUCE including the rst one and a defense mechanism to distance
APAR himself from demons.
He grows up not remembering other him at the neighbor’s (at the door), whose
details of his life prior to his mother’s He grows up to be a writer and aspir-
sudden departure at age 41. house. He doesn’t passive-aggressive ing actor who nds peace and ful ll-
ment in personal expression, perhaps to
He grows up being told by a therapist remember the exact alcoholism, while slyly prove something, if not to others, then to
that not remembering such details is himself.
symptomatic of being traumatized by words they were told, held in check at night,
primal loss at a tender age. He grows up feeling blessed with the
but he remembers not was visited on him gift of a spouse, a daughter, and an angel,
He grows up reliving in his mind’s eye who clearly are heaven-sent—by an
the fateful moment, 60 years ago this fully understanding the import of what during the day, through verbal abuse and eternal maternal spirit that lives inside
month, that he was sitting in the living him and watches over him.
room after school with his eldest brother, he heard, and his brother crying upon false allegations of wrongdoing, until his
when their previously perfectly healthy He grows up to pay lial tribute to his
mother emerged from the family’s rec hearing it. father caught on to her shenanigans. mother on the 60th anniversary of her
room—where she had been with a client passing by writing in his column about a
of her hair-styling business—wearing a He grows up remembering hearing He grows up fondly remembering little boy, who used to be him.
stricken yet soldierly look, to not alarm
them, then writing in a barely legible, later that the cause of his mother’s death his kind and loving stepmother, who, Bruce “ e Blog” Apar is a writer, publicist,
shaky scrawl on a scrap of paper, “I can’t actor, and civic volunteer. He is sole proprietor
speak.” was something called a massive cerebral despite her best e orts, never could win of regional marketing agency APAR PR. He
is the ghostwriter for new ForbesBooks title,
He grows up remembering his father hemorrhage, which ended her life within over the eldest brother--whose mourn- “Fisch Tales: e Making of a Millennial
coming home at the end of the day from Baby Boomer,” by Bob Fisch, now available at
his rounds as a traveling salesman to see 24 hours. ful, ominous wailing still rings in that Amazon, WalMart, Barnes & Noble, Target,
an ambulance in front of the house. and other online bookstores. Follow him as
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with his middle brother (of three boys) fetching him at the neighbor’s, and, as a sibling who never recovered from his
to a neighbor’s house across the street to
they were crossing the street, seeing devastation, succumbing to hard-core
for the rst time his dad cry, when a drug addiction.
neighbor driving by stopped to ask him, He grows up to know further loss—a
“How’s your wife?” brother at 32, a son at 15.
He grows up remembering with ex- He grows up able to place loss in
treme discomfort the exact moment the perspective, knowing that, even as it
life-altering loss seared his gentle soul: saddens you, it can spur you to not let it
coming home from school, he knocks on defeat you or diminish you, but, rather,
the door, and blanches when it opens to to lift you in tribute to legacies born of
reveal a strange woman. In that tor- lives lost.
turous moment, the up-ending of his He grows up with an aversion to
universe hits him with merciless cruelty. leaving social gatherings that supply the
His reason for being is gone—forever. womb-like warmth of fellowship.
He grows up having to create out He grows up re ecting in later years
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Thursday, September 19, 2019 The Somers Record – Page 13
Counseling provides resources to
achieve college and career success
BY BOB DUMAS e “experience,” Hardy learned, talk about internships. I had a student Photo:
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR was not just helping students write this year who said he wanted to go Bob Dumas
college essays, prepare for tests and into television broadcasting. I know
After Dr. Deborah Hardy left someone at the Carmel cable sta- terviews, as Hardy and her sta coach
her position as a high school ll out applications. It involved start- tion, and they interned for them and them through what can often be an
ing from the beginning—helping the got to see what that was about. I had intimidating process. But when one
counselor more than three years student discover who he/she was, in-
ago, she started her own counseling cluding their aptitudes and values and another student interested in invest- of their students get accepted, the
service—GuidED Consulting. Since how it would all lead to college and ments and trade and I connected him milestone is celebrated.
that time, the business has grown a career. with someone who does that, and “We have this board with a listing
from seven student clients to more THE PERSON they were able to talk to that person.” of who got into what college,” she
than 100. GuidED also has webinars in said. “It is a celebration of the out-
“GuidEd began as a venture for Hardy starts by understanding who which professionals talk about their come. I had the colleges from 2019
what parents and students were look- the student is by discovering their ap- jobs and the paths that led them there up there and when I had to wipe it
ing for in terms of college support,” titudes and values. and o er tips to the students. down (to clear space for 2020), I got
Hardy said. “I expanded it to be more “We have new tools we purchased GuidED can also set students up a little emotional because I realized
than about just the college process— this year. I have an aptitude test that in summer programs to give them a how important it was for my clients.”
it’s about the academics; it’s about the is research-based that I give to all the taste of a potential vocation. e board doesn’t list the names of
career, and the post-secondary, it’s not students; it looks at their interests,”she “It’s really to explore how we look at the students, just the schools.
always a four-year school—some kids said. “Are they more visual? Are they your four years of school and match- “What the families saw was such a
will go to two-year schools, some will more sequential learners? From there, ing up to your interests and what you diversity of institutions,” Hardy said.
go to a trade school.” it goes on to how they work with oth- think you want to do. at leads to the “It wasn’t just East Coast, there was
When Hardy began GuidED, she ers. Are they collaborators; are they pathway.” a variety—everything from trade
worked primarily out of her car, pay- more introverted, extroverted? en THE PATHWAY schools to two-year schools to Ivy
ing visits to the students’homes. it goes into the careers. We look at League. It was powerful.”
“I was the mobile counselor,” she the skills for each of those careers Here is where GuidED helps the Now, Hardy looks back at the
said with a laugh. that match the results of the test. It’s student choose the path that will lead humble roots of GuidED and mar-
Now, she has a brick-and-mortar then that they start understanding the them to their ultimate goal. vels at what it’s become.
o ce in the heart of Mahopac, and ideas behind knowing themselves.” “Are they interested in trade, or a “When I rst began, working out
a sta that includes Sandra Cefaloni- at leads to a discussion about two-year college or a four-year college, of my car, I was just the ‘process.’
Henderson, who has a Master’s in values. and let’s look at all those pathways,” at’s where I was,”she recalled.“But
Literacy Education and a nine-year “What’s important for them? Are Hardy explained.“Let’s see how it ts I always felt like something was miss-
career in the higher education setting. they someone who loves community your person and your purpose. ing.I felt like I was stuck,and it wasn’t
“It evolved into the school-coun- service? Are they the kind of person “We do a lot of research,” she con- fair to the students. It all happened
seling program that you’d nd in the who enjoys hands-on learning and tinued. “I have a new program, which organically. We had to help students
school system, but without the actual projects?” Hardy said. “I have a laun- is a card game that I play with the stu- on a bigger level, and that’s when I
school,” Hardy explained. “We get to dry list of values that they check o dents about their pathway. ey have thought, OK, let’s talk about who
spend on average one to two hours and talk to me about.” this little deck of cards for when they they are because that will feed into
per month with each student, which And that leads to a discussion of are visiting a college and they can pull the essay. It’s all cyclical.”
is nice. e amount of time I can potential college majors and careers. it up on their phone and it can guide Hardy now has a computer pro-
spend with a student has increased “We are trying to get them to say to them through the conversation. And gram that helps students discover
because I’m not traveling anymore.” college interviewers, this is who I am not just on college visits, but at college their “purpose.” It creates a visual
e reason behind GuidED’s re- and what I like.” fairs as well. portfolio they can send to colleges.
markable growth, Hardy says, is the THE PURPOSE “Once we have that all gured out, “ e kids can put their resume
way her approach to counseling has
we start the process.” and pictures and videos of what
evolved organically. “So, from the person we go to the THE PROCESS they’ve done. By having that
“Our slogan is ‘counseling with a purpose,” she said. “Now that they digital portfolio where they can
heart,’ and I was trying to gure out know who they are, what is their pur- Here’s where GuidED starts with showcase these things, it gives
what that really means,”she said.“Stu- pose? We look at their activities, and college applications, building a re- them a sense of purpose.”
dents were saying to me, I want the what they’re involved in—their vol- sume, preparing for the essays, the And having a sense of pur-
‘experience.’But what did that mean?” unteer work, their course work. We supplements, the testing and the in- pose is really what it’s all about.
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‘ is is Jeopardy!’
One of the reasons JUST we sometimes know the question,
I fell in love with JO ANN but we just can’t think of it fast
Ken was his sense of enough. A recent category was
humor. Not only did he make about books and I did pretty well
me laugh, but he appreciated JO ANN knowing most of the questions.
my sense of humor. Another I decided to play a joke on
reason was that he was smart. Ken. We had begun taping Jeop-
He has knowledge of things I ardy and watching it the next
don’t even care to think about. night. What he didn’t know was
In fact, it’s a pretty sure bet that if he is on your that during the day I watched it and jotted down
team during holiday games, you will win. the answers and the correct questions, and when
One of my strong points is that I love trivia, we watched it together, I answered every single
and each night I will recite a new fact to him as category in Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy. I
we eat dinner. e more unbelievable the fact, glided through the Daily Doubles and aced Final
the more he enjoys hearing it. Jeopardy. Of course, as I stated the correct ques-
Watching Jeopardy is one of our guilty plea- tions, I tried to sound like I was unsure. When
sures. We watched it almost daily when we were the show was over, Ken turned to me and said,
rst married and then forgot about it with all we “Hon, that was amazing!”
musical vocal group had to do as our family grew. Homework, and I tried keeping a straight face, but I confessed, “I
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how far he could go. We were once again hooked got him.” e downside is that in the future
on the show and have begun watching regularly. when I actually do know the questions, he won’t
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TRUNK mence on Wednesday at 10 a.m. and transportation program for Somers then SHS PTSA. All proceeds
FROM PAGE 2
A community breakfast will be older adults, age 60+, who can Land Trust bene t the SHS Class of 2021.
held following the concluding no longer drive. We are seeking TEAM Tuskers
Jewish Congregation that fol- service. volunteer drivers who are will- e following dates are volun-
lows the reform liturgy. Once ere is no charge although ing to provide occasional rides teer days at Angle Fly Preserve
again we invite una liated area donations are appreciated. For to our older adult neighbors. at 9 a.m.: Sept. 21. Dress to TEAM Tuskers mentoring
residents to attend High Holy further information call (914) ese rides enable our clients to cover skin, bring gloves and use is looking for committed, dedi-
Day services. ese will be held 210-4379; or see ChavuraBeth- remain active in their communi- tick repellent. Bring loppers and cated adult men and women to
at the Lake Lincolndale Club- Chai.org. ties and to continue to lead ful- clippers. Wear sturdy shoes and spend an hour each week during
house and will be led by our Volunteer Drivers lling lives. Rides are typically bring water. the school year to support a stu-
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ments, grocery shopping and Somers School is based on building a supportive
Services for Rosh Hashanah Can you spare a little time to other errands. Please consider District relationship between an adult
eve will start Sunday, September giving the gift of mobility and and a student—to provide in-
29, at 8 p.m. Services on Mon-
day, September 30, will com- make a di erence in the life of independence. For more infor- The Somers High School sight, to guide, to listen and to be
mence at 10 a.m. Yom Kippur an older adult? mation, please call Marietta C. Class of 2021 is selling car win- supportive. Mentors meet with
evening services on Tuesday, RideConnect, a program of Manoni at 914-242-7433 or dow decals. For more informa- their mentee for about an hour
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FIELD HOCKEY Sports
The Tuskers celebrate gainTruesdkeemrsption
a ﬁrst half goal against vs. Pirates
Pearl River on Sept. 10. Somers improves to 4-1 with win over Harrison
BY ROB DIANTONIO Dineen and company constantly pushing the
CONTRIBUTING WRITER tempo. ey took 24 shots for the game and had
Somers saw its season end against Pearl River “We’ve worked a lot on transferring the ball
in the Section 1 Class B eld hockey quarter - and moving up the eld,” Clark said. “We have
nals last season. a lot of speed this year. Especially against a team
e Tuskers were ready for a regular season like that, where we’re able to get it to a wing like
rematch when the Pirates came to Lincolndale Bella who’s so fast and can run it all the way up
on Sept. 10. Somers came to play and shut out the sideline. And then looking for the inside pass
Pearl River, 5-0. has been working for us lately.”
“We were coming back for revenge, for sure,” Armstrong said many of the players “have
Somers senior captain Erin Clark said. “We all been playing together for so long and know
were into this game and knew we had to get it where each other are on the eld at all times.”
done.” “ ey don’t even have to look up; they know
Fellow senior co-captain Haley Dineen shared where they are,” Armstrong said. “It’s just one of
similar sentiments. those things.”
“We really needed to win this one just because Somers limited Pearl River’s scoring chances
obviously we lost last year and we didn’t want to and held them to just four shots on goal, which
lose again,” Dineen said. “We knew we were the were all saved by Garrity.
better team and we should have won. It de nite- “We really pressured o their rst touch,
ly worked out in our favor this game. We played which was a big help,” said Dineen, who leads
really well.” the defense. “We communicated really well back
Junior Bella Del Vecchio, who nished with there today.”
three assists, crossed in a pass to Julie Sirchia Armstrong noted that junior Ciara Murphy
and she did the rest to give Somers a 1-0 lead has also been critical on defense.
midway through the rst half. Nieve Mahood
doubled the lead on a corner with 8:58 left in SOMERS 4, HARRISON 0
the rst half. e Tuskers welcomed Harrison on Sept. 12
Somers took the two-goal edge into halftime and improved to 4-1 with a 4-0 win.
and quickly made it 3-0 when Maddy Combs Del Vecchio had two goals and an assist to lead
scored with the assist going to Clark less than the way. Mahood notched a goal and two assists.
ve minutes into the second half. Abigail Brooks scored a goal while Clark had an
“ ey’re very hungry and they’re very quick,” assist. Garrity made four saves. Armstrong credit-
Somers coach Michelle Armstrong said of her ed Dineen with an outstanding game on defense.
squad.“ ey just really want it and wanted to win Somers was scheduled to host Nyack on Sept.
it for the goalie (senior Nicole Garrity), because 17. ey then traveled to Nanuet the next day.
last year she couldn’t play in the (sectional) game. e Tuskers will head to Brewster for a 3:45
She broke her foot at the end of our season last p.m. game on Sept. 20. On Sept. 21, they take
year. She pulled our defense together today. She’s on North Salem at the Tigers’ homecoming at
doing a great job communicating more whereas 12:30 p.m.
last year she might have been a little more timid.” “We know we have to keep working hard,”
Bella Del Vecchio Clark added two insurance goals with Del Clark said. “We can’t slack o because we want
looks up ﬁeld.
Vecchio assisting on the rst of them. to have an even better season than last season.
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majority of the game with Del Vecchio, Clark, work hard each game.”
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Sports Deadline The sports deadline for The Somers Record is
the Sunday before the next publication date. Varsity coaches should submit
Somers suffers setback results and information by e-mail to [email protected] All youth
against Yorktown sports and recreational sports items should also be submitted to the same
e-mail address by the Thursday before the next publication date.
Tuskers look to bounce back vs. Rye
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barreled over multiple Yorktown halftime with Yorktown leading 39 yards on 10 carries.Rios caught
defenders along the way. 13-6. a 32-yard pass.
“We needed to push the ball to Yorktown had a chance to take On defense, Charlie Grinrod
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Somers (1-1) will look to re-
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“We need to learn to have a
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“We thought we were going to
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VARSITY SPORTS ROUNDUP (9/10-9/16)
Soccer teams rebound from
BY ROB DIANTONIO e Tuskers defeated the vis- PHOTO: ROB DIANTONIO
CONTRIBUTING WRITER iting Rye Garnets in straight
sets (25-14, 25-19, 25-20) on Julie Vitale (No. 3), Pooja Rao and the rest of the Tuskers celebrate taking the ﬁrst set against Rye.
It was quite a week for Somers’ Sept. 13.
volleyball team. Ashli Ginquitti (4 blocks) and need the con dence boost from on a goal by Victoria Righetti,
“We lost a little momentum Jen Acocella (7 aces, 7 digs) paced these early wins to take us into but host Albertus Magnus an-
After defeating Harrison on in the third game and it looked the team. Kelly said that Acocella the next few weeks.” swered three minutes later and
the road on Sept. 9, Somers wel- like Rye was going to take the was an “incredible leader on both then scored in overtime to pull
comed the Clarkstown South lead,” said Somers coach Kim o ense and defense.” Girls Soccer (3-1-1) out a 2-1 win over the Tuskers
Vikings on Sept. 11 and de- Kelly. “ e last thing we wanted on Sept. 10.
feated them, 3-1: 22-25, 25-16, was to give up a game that could Somers improved its record to ALBERTUS MAGNUS 2,
25-11, 25-16. swing the momentum their way 5-2. SOMERS 1 OT Jessica Rodriguez assisted on
for the next two games and then Righetti’s goal. Rachel Ross had
Julia Vitale had a big day dis- be caught battling it out in the “ e wins last week will help Tuesday, Sept. 10 a busy day in net, making 9 saves.
tributing the ball, passing for 28 us as we go into league play,” Somers took the lead with 10
assists. Pooja Rao had 12 kills and fth set. Fortunately, the team Kelly said. “Once again our minutes left in the second half SEE ROUNDUP PAGE 25
5 blocks to lead Somers up front. kept their energy levels high and league is very strong and we’ll
Delaney Killeen tallied 7 aces the communication up. ey
and Sabrina Somoza had 18 digs. were really ring on all cylinders
which allowed us to nish the
SOMERS 3, RYE 0 match on a high note.”
Friday, Sept. 13
Rao (9 kills), Vitale (19 assists),
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ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT – CHARLIE BALANCIA
Senior is leader in football, lacrosse
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER Somers’ Charlie Balancia What are your plans after high
SPORTS EDITOR school?
FILE PHOTO/ROB DIANTONIO
Charlie Balancia is a senior at After high school I plan to go to col-
Somers High School. He is varsity lege and study business.
captain for both football and lacrosse.
As a running back/safety in football, How do you get motivated for a
he was awarded All-Conference in game?
I’m ready to run through a wall after
When and how did you rst get Coach DeMatteo’s pre-game speeches.
started in football? Along with that, I get myself motivated
by sitting alone with my headphones on
I started playing ag football in and listening to music in the locker room.
second grade and I’ve loved the game
since. Favorite place to eat locally?
Obviously, my mom’s home-cooked
What do you enjoy most about meals beat everything, but my second
playing for Somers? favorite place is Somers Super Deli.
What’s your favorite place to visit
e best thing about playing on vacation?
for Somers football is our superior My favorite place to go on vacation is
coaching sta . ey all put in an in- Florida because I love the heat and it’s
sane amount of time to get us better very relaxing.
at football and set us up for the real What’s something about yourself
world. people would be surprised to learn?
I played pool basketball with Kevin
What’s your favorite memory Durant in the Bahamas.
playing football? What’s the go-to app on your
My favorite football memory is My boys and I play Tap Sports Base-
coming back from a 14-point de cit ball ’19 all the time.
and beating Yorktown 35-21 at their What’s your favorite TV show to
homecoming last year. binge?
Even though I hopped on the band-
Who inspires you the most? wagon this year, I can’t stop watching
My dad inspires me the most be- “Game of rones.”
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Thursday, September 19, 2019 LEGAL NOTICES The Somers Record – Page 29
LLC FORMATION NOTICE mail copy of process against properties in the Lake Shenorock if the provisions of law which TOWN OF SOMERS,
Ratel Holdings, LLC, Arts LLC to Rocco Vignola, Esq., and Lake Lincolndale areas of should have been complied with WESTCHESTER COUNTY,
of Org. led with Sec. of State 3111 East Tremont Avenue said Town. e exact boundaries as of the date of publication of NEW YORK, TO PAY
of NY (SSNY) 8/23/2019. Bronx, NY 10461. Purpose: any of said Somers Sewer District this notice were not substantially THE PHASE I COST OF
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. lawful act. No. 2 can be examined in the complied with, and an action, suit ESTABLISHMENT OF
as agent upon whom process LLC FORMATION NOTICE o ce of the Town Clerk located or proceeding contesting such SEWER DISTRICT NO. 2, IN
against may be served & shall at 335 Route 202, Somers, New validity is commenced within SAID TOWN.
mail process to Geist Schwarz & Braywal Properties LLC, York during normal business twenty days after the date of Speciﬁc object or purpose:
Jellinek, PLLC, Attn: Matthew Arts of Org. led with Sec. of hours. publication of this notice, or such Construction of Phase I of a
D. Schwarz, Esq., 1 North State of NY (SSNY) 8/8/2019. BY ORDER OF THE TOWN obligations were authorized in sewer collection system,including
Lexington Ave., 11th Fl., White Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. BOARD TOWN OF SOMERS, violation of the provisions of the gravity sewer mains, and low
Plains, NY 10601. General as agent upon whom process NEW YORK Constitution. pressure sewer pipes with grinder
Purpose. against may be served & shall Dated: September 12, 2019 A complete copy of the pumps, pump stations, and force
LLC FORMATION NOTICE mail process to Brendan Walsh, Patricia Kalba resolution summarized herewith mains, including incidental
20 Onondaga St., Rye, 10580. Somers, New York Town Clerk is available for public inspection improvements and expenses for
Ased Production, LLC, Arts General Purpose. during regular business hours at Sewer District No. 2.
of Org. led with Sec. of State LLC FORMATION NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE OF ESTOPEL the O ce of the Town Clerk for Period of probable
of NY (SSNY) 5/30/2019. Cty: a period of twenty days from the usefulness: Forty years
New York. SSNY desig. as agent Notice of Formation of D.I.Y. e bond resolution, a date of publication of this Notice. Maximum estimated cost:
upon whom process against may Slime!, LLC. Art. Of Org. led summary of which is published Dated: Somers, New York, $13,000,000
be served & shall mail process with SSNY on 5/20/19. O ce herewith, has been adopted September 12, 2019. Amount of obligations to be
to Anderson Registered Agents, Location: Westchester County. on September 12th, 2019, and Patricia Kalba issued: $13,000,000 bonds, to be
7014 13th Ave., Brooklyn, NY SSNY designated as agent of the validity of the obligations Town Clerk reduced by grants-in-aid.
11228. General Purpose. the LLC upon whom process authorized by such resolution SEQRA status: Type I.
LLC FORMATION NOTICE against it may be served. SSNY may be hereafter contested only if BOND RESOLUTION DATED Negative declaration. Copy
shall mail process to: 713 Munro such obligations were authorized SEPTEMBER 12, 2019. of the SEQRA compliance
Notice of Formation of Ave, Mamaroneck, NY 10543. for an object or purpose for which A RESOLUTION materials on le at the o ce of
Saltire LLC. Art. Of Org. led Purpose: any lawful purpose. the Town of Somers, Westchester AUTHORIZING THE the Town Clerk where it may be
with SSNY on 07/29/2019. NOTICE OF RESOLUTION County, New York, is not ISSUANCE OF $13,000,000 inspected during regular o ce
O ce Location: County of INITIATING PERMISSIVE authorized to expend money, or SERIAL BONDS OF THE hours.
Westchester. SSNY designated
as agent of the LLC upon whom BUSINESS OWNERS:
process against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to: Notice Is Hereby Given, that
352 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, the Town Board of the Town of
NY 11205. Purpose: any lawful Somers, New York, at a regular
purpose. meeting held on September 12,
LLC FORMATION NOTICE 2019, duly adopted a resolution, LSLCHCOORRSPA?
an abstract of which is that,
NOTICE OF subject to the approval of the
FORMATION of 20 BH, LLC. New York State Comptroller
Arts. Of Org. led with SSNY and subject to a permissive
on 7/29/19. O ce location: referendum, the Town Board
Westchester County. SSNY approved the Establishment
designated agent upon whom of the Somers Sewer District
process may be served and shall No. 2 in said Town bene tting
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