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North Salem News 09.12.19

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

Vol. 5 No. 24 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, September 12, 2019

Back to Bringing nature
school to the classroom

Jaella Henry, fourth grade, Paige Henry, first grade, take a photo with little sister Ainsley Mae BY HELU WANG tory. e committee also plans to
Henry, 1, and mom, Sue, before their first day at PQ.
STAFF WRITER add a sensory garden, a pond and

schedule eld trips.

From gardening to produce e kick-o of “Farmer Fri-

taste tests to a farmers’ forum, days” will be Oct. 25 with a pre-

this year Pequenakonck Elemen- sentation by farmers and an apple

tary School students will get up crunch competition. After that,

close to nature through a Farm to local farmers will visit monthly to

School program. present and o er samples of their

School board member Brandy produce in the cafeteria.

Keenan, chair of PQ’s new Farm Jaime Roche, one of the com-

to School Committee, said the mittee members, said the pro-

ultimate goal is to help children gram will help children’s social

learn through trial and error and emotional development and pre-

build connections to the environ- serves the community’s heritage.

ment. e program also involves One of the missions is to give

local farms and organizations back to the community by donat-

providing opportunities for stu- ing the produce to local organiza-

dents to give back to the com- tions that serve families in need.

munity. “ e experience of taking care

“We’re starting small and just of plants and of being surrounded

generating the idea of ways to by living organisms that you’ve

help expose our kids to all of created are all bene cial to the

these resources,” Keenan said. development of empathy,” Roche

Last year, ve parents proposed said.

and funded the program, which e program also connects

includes, among other things, a children to North Salem’s past

medicinal garden and a monthly as a farming community. Lo-

farmers’ forum. cated in the northeast corner of

With a donation of plants from Westchester, North Salem is the

Harvest Moon Farm and Or- county’s least dense suburb: 24

chard, the committee members square miles of rolling hills and

built a 20-foot garden in front farmland.

of the school. Each plant has a SEE NATURE PAGE 3
sign explaining its type and his-

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New Hammond exhibit
features ‘serenity and


BY HELU WANG den feelings and unexpressed

STAFF WRITER opinions” and “unspoken

emotions” of Japanese soci-

e Hammond Mu- ety.

seum will present three “I want to tell people to

new exhibits featuring respect di erent opinions

calligraphy, painting and and love each other,” Saka-

sculpture, and o er a gami said.

place for patrons’ thought- e other two exhibits,

ful contemplation. by Yoon Cho and Caroline

Evelyn Tapani-Rosenthal, Wirth Ullman, respectively,

one of the curators of the ex- highlight connections between

hibitions, said the peaceful art- Masumi Sakagami life and environment, object and
work is an echo of nature, which imagination. Cho’s photos and

provides a “fascinating” opportunity for videos document her years in deserts from

people to enjoy a moment of serenity and California to Nevada, while Ullman’s inti-

contemplation. mate sculptures of libraries enable people to

“Hopefully the visitors will take a mo- walk through them with their imaginations.

ment for themselves to get lost in the art- Tapani-Rosenthal said even though the

work and appreciate di erent styles,” Tapa- approach of each artist is di erent, they

ni-Rosenthal said. share the same intent—contemplation. She

e three exhibits—”Quietude,” “Desert also looks to draw people’s attention to the

Walk” and “Transparent Libraries”—will Japanese Stroll Garden outside the muse-

feature the works of a group of artists from um, which would be a great place to re ect

all over the world, including Korea, China, and meditate.

Japan and the U.K. eir works, ranging in Established in the 1960s, Hammond The exhibit "Quietude" will be on
display at the Hammond Museum
mediums from calligraphy, painting, sculp- Museum and the Japanese Stroll Garden through Nov. 9.

ture and photography to a three-dimen- aim to raise awareness of the value of the

sional installation, will be open to the public environment and horticultural design.

for free from Sept. 11 to Nov. 9. Lorraine Lake, director of the mu-

“Quietude,”the main exhibit in the Guild seum, is glad to see the exhibitions also

Hall Gallery, will feature works by four art- tie into the organization’s other mis-

ists—Cui Fei, Rachel Garrard, Mahmoud sion—stimulating interest in appreci-

Hamadani and Masumi Sakagami. Each ating Eastern artistic traditions in the

of these artists, in their own way, created art West. e program exposes local resi-

for people to contemplate the grace of form dents to diverse cultures.

and line with references to nature, order and “We’re here to provide a bridge be-

exploration. tween the East and West,” Lake said.

Japanese artist Masumi Sakagami is ex- Patrons are invited to attend an open-

cited to bring her paintings to the town, ing reception and meet the artists on

works which encourage people to express Saturday, Sept. 14. Entertainment and

their opinions. Her works portray the “hid- refreshments will be provided.

NATURE activities range from building school gardens and working “We value this as knowledge and experience for kids,”
on class horticulture projects to taking eld trips to farms Johnson said.
FROM PAGE 1 for hands-on lessons in science, social studies and health.
Johnson plans to start with small moves and develop
“People come to live here because of the closeness to Roche said she’s hoping PQ will lead that e ort in the the program gradually.
nature, green space and farmland,” Roche said. area.
“Our big dream is that the community, along with our
Over 100 school districts in the state either have or plan PQ Principal Mary Johnson is excited about the op- curriculum, help children understand, appreciate and
to start farm-to-school activities, according to the U.S. portunity and ready to incorporate the new activities into grow their commitment to sustain the environment,”
Department of Agriculture Farm to School Census. e the school program and curriculum. Johnson said.

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Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is located at New England’s Stone Walls on 11/10 at 3 Supreme Court by Richard Brookhiser on Books and Puppets at 10:30 a.m.; family

276 Titicus Road. For more information on p.m.; Vivien Schweitzer will discuss her book December 10 at 7:30 p.m. story time for kids of all ages.

any of these events, call 914-669-5161 or A Mad Love: An Introduction to Opera on New members encouraged! Saturdays

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Demystifying Medicare and Keeler Library’s Bagels & Books book time for kids of all ages.

Animal Adaptations on ursday, Oc- Healthcare Coverage for Seniors club will be meeting on the rst ursday (Bilingual stories and songs on some Sat-

tober 17, at 4 p.m.. Using live animals and is presentation from Westchester of each month at 10:30 a.m. through June. urdays.)

mounted specimens, we’ll discover the dif- Library System’s group Westchester Seniors Extra copies of the books are available at Writers workshop

ferences between living on land and in the Out Speaking (WSOS), on Saturday, the library for checkout. e books that will is workshop is from 11 a.m. to 12:30

water, why animals are fast or slow and even October 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., is be discussed are A Place for Us by Fatima p.m. and led by Maryanne D’Amato the

nd out an animal that likes to eat skunks! perfect for anyone trying to navigate their Farheen Mirza on August 1; and e Man rst Wednesday of the month. It is open

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of owls as we dissect an owl pellet, the left- the group and are wide ranging. Multiple your work with other creative individuals in pass for a particular week. Passes must be

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Thursday, September 12, 2019 North Salem News – Page 7

Page 8 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, September 12, 2019

Happily Snack
Ever happy
e homework horror nightmare WRITING &
Dear Dr. Linda, ance, lying and deception. e “Perfectionists”
It’s here! e Homework Horror Night- STRONG parent demands picture-perfect-homework. KOVACH
mare! Our 14-year-old son just won’t do LEARNING eir children hate to let them see their
homework. He’s only in school for one week It’s that time of year when yellow school
DR. LINDA homework papers out of fear that they will buses are back on the roads. Riding
SILBERT on the school bus was not a highlight
and we already have emails saying that he’s judge the work unworthy, tear it up, and make of my school day as a child. But walking
missing homework. He’s in the 11th grade them do it again. Besides being tedious and home from the bus stop to be greeted by
my mom with an after-school snack wait-
and no matter how much we tell him that time demanding, in these extreme cases, it is ing for me was something to look forward
to each afternoon.
his grades are a ected by this, and how this downright disrespectful of the child. Are you
at cold glass of milk was always ac-
behavior is going to impact which college or your husband a “helicopter parent?”Do you companied by any number of fun snacks
for my brother and me to enjoy. We had all
he’s going to go to, he still won’t do homework. I know you’ve hover over your son’s every assignment? Not only does this harm of the popular snack foods in our kitchen
cupboards including Hostess Cupcakes,
written about this before, but I really didn’t cut out your column kid’s self-esteem, it denies them of the opportunity of taking Oreo cookies,Twinkies, Yodels, Scooter
Pies, Mallomars and chocolate chip cook-
because I felt it was going to get better on its own, but it’s just as responsibility for their own work. Or, is your son the child of a ies. My love of chocolate goes all the way
back. We still have that happy baby photo
bad. What do I do? Pandora’s Box parent. Kids of Pandora’s Box parents tend to deny of me sitting with a chocolate cupcake on
the tray of my highchair and chocolate
Desperate Mom the existence of any homework they don’t understand because frosting smeared on my little baby cheeks.

Dear Desperate Mom, asking mom or dad even the simplest question opens Pandora’s ere are two types of snackers – those
people who like salty foods and those who
Here’s a few reasons why many kids won’t do homework and Box. Solution: Give short answers, not a long-winded treatise. like sweets. I am de nitely a fan of the
sweets category. My chocolate snacking
what you need to do. 4. e child is unmotivated. preferences also included chocolate eclairs,
M&M candies and chocolate covered
1. e homework is too di cult. Most children don’t want to do homework. But while they raisins.

A child will avoid homework that is too di cult. When chil- may put up quite a fuss, somehow, they manage to get the work My brother was more of a salty person.
Snackers who prefer salty instead of sweet
dren chronically experience assignments or directions that they done. Many children appear unmotivated when in fact they often enjoy munching on pretzels, potato
chips, popcorn, salted peanuts or cashews,
perceive are confusing, they are likely to become frustrated and/ avoid homework to protect their egos. How’s that? Because as well as Ritz, Saltine or Gold sh crack-
or anxious, eventually avoiding such assignments. Parents usually these children erroneously equate failure with stupidity; their
Some of the popular snack foods when
respond to these children by asking,“Weren’t you listening? Or logic is as follows: If they try and fail, it is a re ection of their I was growing up were neither chocolate
nor salty. Fig Newtons, Nilla Wafers and
“Just read the directions!” ey were listening or reading, but they intelligence. If they don’t try and fail, it is not a re ection of their apple turnovers did not appeal to me at all.

might not be able to process the information. is can happen if intelligence; it is due to lack of motivation or irresponsibility. e de nition of a snack, whether for after
school or before bed-time, had to be some-
the child is in a class working at too high a level for him. It can ese labels they can live with; the label “stupid,” they can’t! Let thing that can be eaten without a plate or
cutlery, sitting in front of the TV or on the
also occur if the child has a learning disability that has not be your child know that no matter what he brings home is OK, at way upstairs to put on your pajamas. Not
a bowl of ice cream or a hunk of cake –
diagnosed.Talk to his teacher and if the problem is class-wide, least he got the assignment done. He was responsible. that’s dessert.

hopefully the teacher will evaluate and adjust the nature of his 5.Too much homework. Chocolate milk was a special treat. is
delicious beverage was almost a snack unto
or her homework assignments. If the problem is limited to your Many kids simply cannot keep up with the projects, tests, itself. In our childhood home, we tried
di erent ways to make chocolate milk.
child, he may require additional help from the teacher after school, quizzes, reading and other assignments they are given. Here is a
from you, from a sibling, from a teenager you hire, or from a tutor. general guide for the typical amount of time children should be

Have your child evaluated by a professional in or out of school. If expected to spend on homework each school day. Grades K-2,

a disability is found, you will receive suggestions and support from about 10-20 minutes. Grades 3-6, about 30-60 minutes. Grades

the evaluator and the professionals at your son’s school. 7-12 will vary considerably, depending on subjects, projects

2. e child is disorganized. due, tests, etc., but a reasonable average is about two hours, with

Does your child bring home the book and forget the assign- more on weekends as needed for major projects and exams. If

ment or bring home the assignment and forget the book? Or, your child spends considerably more than this on homework,

he forgets both. Also, does he have di culty with time manage- have a conversation with the teacher. If the problem is class-

ment? Sometimes kids may have the best intentions to get the wide, hopefully the teacher will adjust. If the problem is limited

homework done, but somehow it gets lost in their time-maze. to your child, perhaps because your child works slowly, or has

It is so di cult for disorganized children to get their homework other issues slowing him down, talk to his teacher and see what

done that some of them would rather lie, insisting that there is can be done to modify his assignments.

no homework, than be criticized and punished. Help him by Dr. Linda

having a set of books at home, by contacting his teachers for

help and by trying out di erent electronic aides. Dr. Linda is co-author of “Why Bad Grades Happen to Good Kids”

3.Too much parent involvement. and director of Strong Learning Tutoring and SAT/ACT Test

Are you too involved in your son’s homework or were you ever? Prep. Send your questions to [email protected] Find more

Overinvolved parents tend to drive their children toward avoid- articles at

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Page 10 – North Salem News OPINION Thursday, September 12, 2019

KOVACH at’s not my name
Had I known that moving across one small state line was going to be so su-
FROM PAGE 8 premely and inordinately complicated, I might have chosen to do some- LOST IN
thing a little less aggravating instead, like getting audited by the IRS. SUBURBIA
We often stirred spoonfuls of chocolate powder from the I’d naively thought it would be no big deal... change my mailing address, install
Nestle’s Quick container into our glasses of milk. In the
summer months, we bought plastic bottles of Hershey’s some WiFi and cable, and then sit back and binge watch Net ix while I avoided TRACY
syrup to squeeze over ice cream or squeeze into a glass of
milk and stir mightily to make a rich chocolatey beverage. unpacking. Of course, I knew that at some point I was going to need to take BECKERMAN
Commercials for Yoo-hoo chocolate drink were on TV
constantly during children’s programs. We did add some care of some other important things, like get a new driver’s license, but I gured
to our grocery cart once but I don’t remember enjoying
the taste. I could do that much later, after I’d joined a gym and lost the weight I’d gained

During the cold winter months, my family bought from the stress of the move, so I would take a better picture.
packets of Swiss Miss hot chocolate drink mix to stir into
boiling water. We especially liked the type that included Not that I’m vain or anything.
mini marshmallows in the mix. In uenced by all of those
TV commercials, I remember asking to buy Ovaltine. I But then I found out I needed to register my car and get new plates within a month of moving into my home, and
was very disappointed. It tasted more like a punishment
than a treat. Ovaltine reportedly contains “twelve essential I needed a new driver’s license to do that.
vitamins and minerals” and it tasted that way to me.
And that’s where things got dicey.
Actually chocolate milk is quite a healthy beverage.
Chocolate milk is a good source of calcium and Vitamin Apparently, to register a car in my new state, I needed proof of residency, insurance, inspections, and the afore-
D and has a nice balance of proteins and carbohydrates for
a post-workout drink. Chocolate milk contains about the mentioned new driver’s license.To get a new driver’s license, I needed a Social Security card.To get a replacement
same amount of sugar as unsweetened apple juice. Many
people who are lactose-intolerant can tolerate drinking Social Security card, I had to mail in two forms of ID, which are usually your driver’s license and passport. But if your
chocolate milk because of the way that cocoa is digested in
the body. passport is expired, like mine was, I also had to send in my birth certi cate.

Chocolate was rst used as a ceremonial beverage is was about the time my head started to explode.
around 1,000 B.C. in what is now Central America and
Mexico. Cacao beans were ground into a bitter paste “I have no passport, no license, no birth certi cate and no Social Security card, which means I had no valid forms of
and combined with water and chili peppers. e ancient
Mayans and Aztecs revered this chocolate beverage for its ID,”I said to my husband.
aphrodisiac powers.
“I guess you don’t exist,”he replied.
Kim Kovach considers chocolate one of the major food groups.
Join Kim in writing stories based on life experiences at the “But if I DIED, I could get a death certi cate and then I could prove who I am,”I said.“Or, I mean, was.”
Bedford Free Library on Fridays at 10am starting on October
4th. “So, basically, you have to be dead to register your car, which you’ll never drive now... because you’re dead,”he said.

“Right,”I replied.“I think this is what they call at the DMV, the Circle of Hell.”

e last time I had been in anything like this situation was when I was born, and even then, I had a birth certi cate

and a Social Security card to prove that I was the 7-pound, 6-ounce bundle of joy that my parents said I was. I even

had the hospital footprints to prove it. While there had been some discussion over the years that I may have actually

been switched at birth (a rumor started by my brothers), the truth, probably, was that I was who everybody said I was

and would continue to be until I wasn’t anymore.

As I went about my daily life, it occurred to me that the only piece of identi cation that I had with my picture on it

was my library card. So, I couldn’t travel, open a bank account, register my car or in any other way prove to the world

who I was.

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Jolley takes topVARSITY ROUNDUP (9/2 – 9/8) spot at Somers invitational

Field hockey blanks Byram Hills after tough defeat

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Saturday, Sept. 7, @ Somers

High School

Ava Jolley wasn’t about to

look over her shoulder, but if she

did she wouldn’t see anyone close

behind her.

Jolley, a junior, sped out to a big

lead and won the Division 3 race

by over 35 seconds with a clocking North Salem’s Ava Jolley heads up a hill on her way to finishing 35
of 19:22.9 at the season opening seconds faster than she did last year at the Big Red Invitational on
Big Red Invitational at Somers Sept. 7.
High School on Saturday, Sept. 7.

She also posted the best time

of over 300 girls runners across

three di erent divisions. e

second place overall nisher

was Arlington’s Jalyssa Smith

(19:32.4). Jolley’s time was also a

35-second improvement from last

year’s Big Red.

“Ava was the defending

champion going into today’s Big

Red Invitational and that can be

a heavy load to carry, as the eld is

looking to beat her,” North Salem Juliette Intrieri
heads for the
coach Chris Gould said of Jolley, finish line.
who placed second in the state in

Class C last season. “She has been PHOTOS: ROB
diligently training and setting the Nicholas DiGiacomo was the top finisher for the North Salem boys at DIANTONO
tone for the whole team. Because the Big Red Invitational.

of this, I was not that surprised

by her time. But you have to well with Mia medaling by placing • Saturday, Sept. 28, 11 a.m. Six

go out and run the race and she 19th in the eld,”Gould said.“ e Flags Wild Safari Invitational (@

spent the last 2 miles essentially freshman girls will continue to run Six Flags Great Adventure)

running by herself. is all bodes in frosh races and occasional 5Ks Field Hockey (1-1) North Salem keeper, Hope UPCOMING SCHEDULE
well for another incredible season and we will see where that takes us

where we are hoping to have her come championship season. We Sandor, had 1 save in the game. • Monday, Sept. 9, North Salem

in highly competitive races so she had four freshmen boys in their NORTH SALEM 1 VS. @ Bronxville, 4:15 p.m.

can truly reach her potential.” rst race today and they nished WALTER PANAS 2 NORTH SALEM 7 VS. BYRAM • Wednesday, Sept. 11, North

Juliette Intrieri, a senior, with a decent compression with Tuesday, Sept. 3 (Tournament, HILLS 0 Salem @ Putnam Valley, 4:15 p.m.

placed 15th in a time of 21:37. Jake Greenberg placing 33rd as First Round @ Pleasantville) Saturday, Sept. 7 (Consolation • Tuesday, Sept. 17, North

Emma Litchfield was 46th. our rst runner. ey are a spirited In a four-team tournament Game @ Pleasantville) Salem vs. Pawling, 4:15 p.m.

“Juliette Intrieri and Emma group and we look forward at Pleasantville High School, e consolation game was held • ursday, Sept. 19, North

Litch eld both ran [personal to seeing how they improve which was supporting autism four days later at Pleasantville Salem @ Rye Neck, 4:15 p.m.

records],” Gould said. “So we are throughout the season, as we awareness, North Salem dropped High School. • Saturday, Sept. 21, North

very happy with the girls team continue our training program.” an opening-round match to the e Tigers rallied back from Salem vs. Somers, 12:30 p.m.

today.” –Rob DiAntonio Panthers of Walter Panas. their tough season-opening loss Soccer (Boys) (0-3)

Nicholas DiGiacomo led the Despite having 30 corners and with a dominating 7-0 win over

boys team, placing 89th out of 236 UPCOMING SCHEDULE putting 20 shots on goal,the Tigers Byram Hills.

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“Our team philosophy is work p.m. vs. Dobbs Ferry, Haldane, keeper, Katie Astrab, who had 15 and 1 assist. Juliet Serra had 2 BRIARCLIFF 3

and improve and we are also Valhalla saves. North Salem’s lone goal goals. Allison Eberhardt, Krista Saturday, Aug. 31

looking to see how they will • Tuesday, Sept. 17, 4:30 p.m. came from Bridget McDonald, DeModna and Kayla DeModna Two days after losing a

shape up for the late season races,” vs. Keio Academy, Putnam Valley, who gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead each had 1 goal. heartbreaker to Pleasantville in

Gould said. Rye Neck with 5:10 left in the game. Neither of the North Salem their season opener, the Tigers

e freshmen teams also • Saturday, Sept. 21, 8:30 a.m. e Panthers answered a keepers, Sandor and Caila were shut out, 3-0, by Briarcli ,

performed well for the Tigers. Dan Purdy Invitational (@ minute later, scoring o a corner. Andrews,were tested in the game. the reigning Section 1 Class B

“We have two freshman Pawling) e game-winning goal was ey made 0 saves in the combined champion. SEE VARSITY

girls, Mia Santis and Isabelle • Tuesday, Sept. 24, 4:30 p.m. @ scored on a penalty stroke with 23 shutout. Byram Hills goalkeeper, ROUNDUP PAGE 17

Schembri, who performed very Woodlands seconds left. Kathryn Eisenhower, had 6 saves.

Thursday, September 12, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 17



e Bears scored all of their Matt Cole tries
goals in the rst 32 minutes (1 to deflect a kick
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James Varriano). goalie, Theo Liao.

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North Salem defended
Tompkins Field well the last two
seasons, dropping just two of 13
home matches in 2017 and 2018

e Tigers have reached that
loss total already this season.

North Salem was defeated by
Bronxville, 1-0, on Friday, Sept.
6—their second time being shut
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earned shutout, making 15 saves.

Mackenzie made 9 saves for
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Camille Flayhan gets by a Valhalla defender on Sept. 3.

Julia DeSanto takes a shot against Valhalla. VARSITY ROUNDUP

Putnam/Northern Westchester FROM PAGE 17
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• Set 2: North Salem 22 – Tuckahoe 25
• Set 3: North Salem 25 – Tuckahoe 18
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Friday, Sept. 6
• Set 1: North Salem 25 – Hastings 19
• Set 2: North Salem 25 – Hastings 15
• Set 3: North Salem 25 – Hastings 22
Leading the way for North Salem was Chloe Fogle, who had 3 aces,

6 kills and 4 blocks. Joan Herlihy had 2 aces and 3 kills.

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Area schools broadcast Brewster Sports
athletic competitions Center closes

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER Cameras installed at high Brewster Sports Center, host to many Section 1 games and train-
SPORTS EDITOR schools are controlled remotely ing sessions, closed for good on ursday, Sept. 5.
using Xbox controllers.
Section 1 is ready for prime- “For over 15 years we at Brewster have tried hard to provide the best
time. PHOTO: LOCALLIVE.TV environment for all athletes, young and old, to enjoy team sports and
competition,”a statement on the facility’s website reads.“At this point in
Many school districts in the time,circumstances compel us to move on with the closure of the center.
area have contracted the ser-
vices of LocalLive, a Connect- “With heartfelt gratitude we thank all our customers, teams,
icut-based company that allows coaches, players and parents who helped us create a special place for
friends, family members and sports competition,” the statement continued. “We wish you all the
fanatics to watch their favorite best of health and success for the future.”
varsity sports teams from the
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Place, had been listed for sale.
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other special events, like gradu- Annual Support-A-Walk
ations. for Breast & Ovarian Cancer

Districts have contracted Lo- SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2019
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cameras in their auditoriums, at FDR State Park, Yorktown Heights, NY
their elds, and in their gyms. 3-Mile Walk ~ Rain or Shine

e cameras are controlled re- Your donation Even if you can’t Walk with us:
motely. makes a difference.
ere are other bene ts for Be part of a community that cares!
players and coaches. All broad-
casted games will be archived on “Support Connection helped Proceeds fund Support Connection’s
LocalLive’s website, making it my mom and our family free breast & ovarian cancer
easier to review game footage. It tremendously. But it’s also so support services
also allows players to make high- rewarding to raise funds for an Bring help & hope to people
light reels for use in recruiting. organization that supports our
entire community – maybe fighting breast & ovarian cancer!
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certain North Salem road games 2019 Walk Ambassador
will be available online.
“I tell women Support
Financial details of Somers’ Connection will help them
contract were not immediately get through cancer, from
available. Lakeland, however, start to finish. The people
is paying LocalLive $20,000 there are so warm and
per year for three school years caring. They helped me get
(2018-2021). through all these years. I
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Kevin Devaney Jr., vice presi- other people the way Sup-
dent of digital content for Lo- port Connection helped me.”
calLive, said the company was
founded in spring of 2017 by Paula Natale
Nelson Santos, who is also CEO. 2019 Walk Ambassador

“We have grown from 10 Support Connection is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization.
schools in 2017 to 30 in 2018 to We do not receive funds from Relay for Life, Making Strides,
80 in fall 2019,” said Devaney, a Susan G. Komen, or any other national cancer organization.
former reporter for the Journal
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“We have schools in 15 states,”
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eld County (Connecticut).
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ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT – Senior Joan Herlihy is a
two-year captain and three-
SeniorJOAN HERLIHY year starter for North Salem
captain leads volleyball.
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What’s your favorite
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Winning our rst sectional
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Who inspires you the most?
My parents inspire me every
day because they are the most
hardworking and intelligent
people I know. I aspire to be
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future endeavors.
What are your plans after
high school?
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get pumped up listening to
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9. Disorderly 37. Commercial 64.Tax collector sound
14. “Star Wars” hero Solo 38. Exchange money for 65.Type of grass common to 26. Relative on the
15.Toward the rear goods or services the Orient female side of the family
16.The order of frogs 39. Give off 66. Cosmic intelligence 27. Passover feast and
17. Alternative pain treatment 41. One from Utah 67. No (Scottish) ceremony
(abbr.) 42. Computer department 68. People who rely on things 31.The brightest star in
18. “Wolf of Wall Street” star 43. Begets 69. Stairs have them Virgo
20. Evoke 44. English navigator 70. Mathematical term (abbr.) 32. Made with oats
22. Units of metrical time 46. C C C 34. Subjects to laser
23. Helps to predict eclipses 49. Of I CLUES DOWN light
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28. Pitching statistic 51. Add notes to 2. Primitive Himalayan people alien
29. Baseball box score (abbr.) 55. A way to fall into ruin 3. Completely 36. Neatly brief
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the Hudson River State (abbr.)
5. Assist 41. Soon to be released
6. Language spoken 45. Swiss river
in Laos 47. Become involved in
7.Type of screen 48. More dour
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Dear Grandparents: Have you considered paying my college tuition?

We have all heard and even Many grandparents are also the exclusion. nitely worth consideration.
witnessed children/grandchil- unaware that in addition to the
dren graduating from college with $15,000 per person per calendar GUEST us, a grandparent can pay for
student loans the size of a home annual exclusion gift that they CORNER the tuition of a grandchild and if Anthony J. Enea, Esq., is a member
mortgage. can make, that if they make a gift they wish, still make the $15,000 of the rm of Enea, Scanlan &
subject to gift taxes in excess of ANTHONY J. per person per annual exclusion Sirignano, LLP of White Plains.
e impact that debt can have $15,000 per person per calendar ENEA
on the life of a recent college grad- year, they will only be reducing gift to the same person without His o ce is centrally located in White
uate can be signi cantly detrimen- their $11.4 million estate and gift
tal to their future nancial well- tax exemption by the amount of any reduction of their lifetime gift Plains and he has a home o ce in
being. While many grandparents the gift in excess of the $15,000
have the means to help with tuition and that a spouse can join in on the and estate tax exemption. It is an Somers. He can be reached at 914-
payments, many are unaware that gift ($22.8 million exemption for a
they can do so without any impact couple). excellent way of leveraging one’s 948-1500. Mr. Enea is the past
on their lifetime estate and gift tax
exclusion (for 2019 $11.4 million Additionally, if the payment of grandparents to the educational in- life time exemption while being Chair of the Elder Law and Special
per person, federally). tuition is made directly from the
stitution,then under IRS code,that able to directly bene t a loved one. Needs Section of the New York State

payment is considered a “quali ed As an added advantage, because Bar Association (NYSBA). He is the

transfer” and is not treated as a gift the tuition is being paid directly to Chair of the Senior Lawyers Section

for gift tax purposes. us, it can the educational institution, it also of (NYSBA). Mr. Enea is the Past

be in an unlimited amount as long eliminates potential problems with President and a founding member of

as it is paid directly to the educa- the funding and management of a the New York Chapter of the National

tional institution for the education trust for the education of a loved Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

LEGAL NOTICES or training of their grandchild. is one as well as the uncertainties of (NAELA). He is also a member of

can make the gift even more ap- outright gifts to the child or to an the Council of Advanced Practitioners

LLC FORMATION NOTICE is Westchester County, NY. e pealing, especially for grandparents UTMA/UGMA account for a of the National Academy of Elder

with a taxable estate. child,who depending on their state Law Attorneys and is a Certi ed

SAVITA HEALTH LLC. SSNY is designated as agent ere is no restriction on the of residence at either age 18 or 21 Elder Law Attorney as certi ed by

Art. Of Org. Filed Sec. of State against whom process against educational level (grammar, high would have full access to the funds. e National Elder Law Foundation

of NY 6/24/2019. O . Loc.: it may be served. e address to school, college, post graduate) of With a “quali ed transfer”of the as accredited by the American Bar

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. which process may be mailed is the person. However, to be consid- tuition expense directly to the edu- Association. Mr. Enea is the President

SSNY designated as agent upon 400 Stony Brook Court, Suite 1, ered a “quali ed transfer,” it must cational institution, there is little or of the Westchester Bar Foundation

whom process against it may be Newburgh, NY 12550. Purpose of be for “tuition.” Room and board, no chance that the money will be and a Past President of the Westchester

served & shall mail proc.: SEAN the LLC: any lawful activity. books and fees do not qualify for squandered or mismanaged. De - County Bar Association.

NY 10604. Purpose: any lawful NORTH SALEM CSD


GROUP LLC. Articles of SALEM, NY 10560

Organization were led with the In accordance with the The undersigned, RECEIVER OF TAXES FOR THE TOWN OF NORTH SALEM, gives

SSNY on 7/23/19. O ce location Commissioner’s Regulations notice that she has received the warrants for the COLLECTION OF SCHOOL TAXES due

is Westchester County. SSNY 155.17 (b) 13 and New York State September 1st, 2019 AND THAT SHE WILL SIT FOR THE COLLECTION OF TAXES AT HER

designated as agent of LLC upon Education Law §2801-a. the OFFICE, LOBDELL HOUSE, 270 TITICUS ROAD, NORTH SALEM, NEW YORK,

whom process against it may be North Salem Board of Education COMMENCING SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2019 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M., EXCEPT

served and shall mail process to will hold a Public Hearing SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS, DURING THE MONTHS OF SEPTEMBER 2019

principal business address: 1301 on the Districtwide Safety AND JANUARY 2020.

Half Moon Bay Drive, Croton and Emergency Management

on Hudson, NY 10520. Purpose: Plan at its Regular meeting on SCHOOL TAXES MAY BE ACCEPTED IN TWO EQUAL INSTALLMENTS AND IF THE
Any lawful purpose. Wednesday, September 25, 2019 INSTALLMENT IS RECEIVED DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2020 NO PENALTIES
North Salem, NY.

Immitis LLC, Arts of Org. led e Plan has been posted as

with Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) of August 23, 2019 for a 30 day SCHEDULE OF PENALTIES

7/31/2019. Cty: Westchester. comment period and is available

SSNY desig. as agent upon whom on the Districtwide website: SEPTEMBER None None

process against may be served www.

& shall mail process to 110 Old It is expected that the Board OCTOBER 2% None

Roaring Brook Rd., Mount Kisco, Of Education will adopt the NOVEMBER 5% None

NY 10549. General Purpose. Plan subsequent to the Public


All Tangled Up By Jenny LLC, District Clerk FEBRUARY AND MARCH 10% 10%

Arts of Org. led with Sec. of

State of NY (SSNY) 8/9/2019. NOTICE OF COMPLETION APRIL 12% 12%
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. as OF ASSESSMENT ROLL
agent upon whom process against Thereafter 1% per month until either the date that all taxes and assessments are paid, the date

may be served & shall mail process Notice is hereby given that

to 11 Ronalds Ln., New Rochelle, the Assessment Roll for the on which the municipality takes title to the delinquent property or up until the date the property

NY 10801. General Purpose. Town of North Salem, County is finally redeemed.

LLC FORMATION NOTICE of Westchester, for the year 2019 DATED: North Salem, N. Y., August 29, 2019
has been nally completed by

Notice of Formation of the undersigned assessor, and a

Limited Liability Company: e certi ed copy thereof will be led Karen A. Roach
Town of North Salem – Receiver of Taxes
Articles of Organization of Brito in the o ce of the North Salem

Plumbing and Mechanical LLC Town Clerk on the 13th day of

were led with the Secretary of September, 2019, where the same

State of New York on August will remain for public inspection.

13, 2019. e county in which Karen Futia,

the main o ce will be located IAO, Assessor

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