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Published by Halston Media, 2019-10-04 11:54:41

North Salem News 10.03.19

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

Vol. 5 No. 27 Visit TapIntoNorthSalem.net for the latest news. Thursday, October 3, 2019

Chlueardrilnesg Foundation for
Learning funds
drone program

Catherine Nicole Tyree riding BEC Lorenzo during the American Gold Cup at Old Salem Farm. BY HELU WANG Julio Vazquez, director of in-
See more photos on pages 14-15. STAFF WRITER struction and human resources
in the North Salem Central
PHOTO: EMRIN LECLAIR From ying a drone to obtain- School District, said the $3,000
ing a drone pilot license, a dona- donation covers training cost for
tion from North Salem Founda- two teachers, who are expected
tion for Learning starts a new to start teaching a drone elective
course at the middle/high school
eld for students in North Salem in the 2020-2021 school year.
Middle/High School to explore.
e teachers, Tom Pedane and
Mark Halstead, president of Suzanne Taylor, who are from
the NSFL, said the donation the music and math depart-
aims to provide an opportunity ments, respectively, have n-
for the school district to try in- ished an online course and are
novative programs. expected to take a test for licens-
ing to y a drone and teach the
rough this new opportu- course. Vazquez said the teach-
nity to work with drones, Hal- ers were selected based on their
stead wants to inspire students background and experience and
to expand their interests in other by recommendation from the
disciplines such as photography middle/high school principal.
and technology. He thinks the
drone course will integrate well e school district is in the
with other courses and provide process of developing the course
more options to involve students and planning for implementa-
and faculty. tion.

“It starts from one direction “ e donation brings more di-
and will evolve into cross-cur- versity to our STEM curriculum
ricular learning, which will get
more students involved,” Hal- SEE DRONE PAGE 6
stead said.

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CLASSIFIEDS 26
LEGAL NOTICES 27
LEISURE 25
OPINION
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         Brent Golisano          Dan Seymour                Warren Lucas              John Aronian         Maria Hlushko 
 
Elect  Dan SEYMOUR ‐ Town Justice,  
Re‐Elect John ARONIAN ‐ Town Justice,  
Re‐Elect Maria HLUSHKO ‐ Town Clerk,  
Re‐Elect Warren LUCAS ‐ Supervisor,  
Re‐Elect Brent GOLISANO Councilman 

DANNY SEYMOUR ‐ EXPERIENCE  and  INTEGRITY 

Danny  Seymour  and  his  family  have  lived  in  North  Salem  for  over  30  years.    His  two  children  graduated  from  the  North  Salem 
Public School system.  He is a graduate of Boston College Law School and has over 35 years of experience dedicated to practicing 
law in the Justice Courts of Westchester County.   Danny is also a current member of the Town's Planning Board. 

His legal experience includes:  
 Former Assistant District Attorney of the Westchester County Felony Trial Bureau 
 Former Mount Kisco Village Prosecutor 
 Special Prosecutor – Town of Lewisboro 
 Civil and Criminal Trial Attorney 

As a parent of two children who grew up in North Salem and attended North Salem public schools, he is personally aware of the 
life  threatening  dangers  that  confront  many  of  our  young  people.  He  will  use  his  community  involvement  with  the  North  Salem 
Planning  Board,  the  Peach  Lake  community,  and  his  board  membership  at  MCCA  ‐  a  not‐for‐profit  drug  and  treatment  advocacy 
group, to show his commitment to the community. 

He pledges to uphold our Constitution with a focus on our youth, the rule of law and order, and provide equal and fair access to 
our Court. 

                                    

P@ID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT THE REPUBLIC@N TE@M


Thursday, October 3, 2019 North Salem News – Page 3
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the season.

Connor
Sable, 8,
will not be
defeated.

North Salem HS Varsity
Coach CJ Fleming
testing the resolve of
Jack Miller, 11.

The nimble
Chase Sable,
9, doing the
bunny hop
drill.

Always look for the helpers, like North Salem Lacrosse PHOTOS: GRAHAM CLARKE
Varsity players Aiden Houllihan, 16, and Conrad Good, 16,
who did all the heavy lifting. Jonathan “J-May” Major, 9, chasing down the swift Nico Rouse, 9.

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DRONE ROCK Railyard Arts Studio
classes
FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 4

and provides an opportunity for us to work on a pilot project,” arts! Here they are taught basic martial arts in a Railyard Arts Studio is located at 621 Route
Vazquez said.
fun and friendly environment. 8 week program. 22, Croton Falls. For more information, visit rai-
Over the years, drones have been used in many elds, including
real estate, military and commerce. Vazquez said preparing stu- Wednesdays: 1:30-2 p.m., Sept 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, lyardartsstudio.com
dents with knowledge and skill in ying drones will provide them
with an advantage in future job markets. e school district will 16, 23, 30, Nov 6. Fee: $245 Felted Jewelry Workshop, for ages 10 and
run the drone course as a pilot project and explore more opportu-
nities going forward. Little Champs: ages 5-7. Students will learn up! October 20, from 3-5 p.m.

e course will teach basic mechanical knowledge of ying a martial arts techniques, elements of self-defense Mosaic Candle Holder, Wednesday, Oct. 9 1-
drone.
as well as important values and life skills. 8 week 2 p.m. and Wednesday, Oct. 30, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Established in 1996, NSFL, a nonpro t volunteer-driven orga-
nization, looks to give students an edge in the competitive global program. Wednesdays: 4:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m., Fall Leaf Dish, Oct. 10, 10 a.m. to noon and
marketplace by providing funds outside the traditional school dis-
trict budget. Sept 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov 6. Fee: $245 Friday, Oct. 18, 6:30-8:30 p.m. $60.

Each year, the NSFL awards 11 scholarships to seniors in recog- Junior Basic: ages 8-13. Youth martial arts pro- Mud & Merlot Get your hands muddy and
nition of their academic achievement and funds enrichment proj-
ects, including the purchase of iPads for special education students, grams increases focus on technique and skill. 8 learn to throw a pot. Saturday, Oct. 12, 5-7 p.m.
student-designed life science kits for sustainable agriculture and
robotics for STEM programming. Over the years, the organization week program. Wednesdays: 5:15-6 p.m., Sept Silk Scarf Painting Design, Sunday, Oct 13,
has provided over $200,000 in grants and scholarships.
18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov 6. Fee: $245 2-5 p.m.
Halstead said the foundation looks for curriculum-related proj-
ects and programs that have a lasting impact and can bene t as Adult Sports Bangle Bracelet Bead a memory wire bracelet
many students as possible. e projects allow students to work as
a team and come up with creative solutions. Halstead hopes to Mens Under 40 Basketball Drop-in Program: for yourself or a friend. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 6:30-
spread the word and encourage more students to submit their pro-
posals. ursdays 8:30-10 p.m., Sept. 19 through June 8 p.m. and Friday, Oct. 25, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

“We’d like our projects to have some sort of legacy component, 18, 2020, at the North Salem Middle/High Cut-out Candle Holder, ursday Oct. 17th
which can be used by students in subsequent years,” Halstead said.
School Gym. $20 registration fee. 10 a.m. to noon and Wednesday, Oct. 23, 6:30-
Halstead said one of the challenges NSFL is facing is fundrais-
ing. e foundation is funded through membership fees and dona- Seniors 8:30 p.m. $60
tions. It hosts fundraisers throughout the year in an e ort to bring
the community together and support the next generation of global North Salem Senior Citizens Club: Residents Kids Workshops:
citizens.
55 and older are eligible to join our senior group. Friendship Bracelets, Sunday Oct. 6, 2 p.m.
“We have a very strong school district and kids who are good
performers,” Halstead said. “We really enjoy working with the stu- Meetings are held at 11:30am on the second Jack-o-Lantern Candle Holder, for 3-5
dents and the district.”
Tuesday of the month at the North Salem Fire grade, Friday, Oct 11 6:45-7:45p.m.

House. Join Today. Beaded Pumpkins, for K-2 with caregiver, 3rd

Some of our events this year have included: grade and up, you can drop o or with a caregiver.

Visit to the Buddhist Monastery, Meet-and- Sunday Oct 20, 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Greet with the Candidates, earring making, Irish Felted Jewelry for ages 10 and up, design your

Dancers, Penny Social, food drive, Educated Pal- own unique jewelry and learn the basics of felt-

ate Luncheon, AARP Defensive Driving course, ing. Sunday Oct 20, 3-5 p.m.

Westchester Broadway eatre, speakers from North Salem
our local town o ces, 90th Birthday Party picnic

and music, and much more! Soccer Club
Upcoming Events: Trip to Fascia’s Chocolate

Factory, Speakers from the North Salem Police Registration for the North Salem Soccer Club

Department and the North Salem Tax Assessor’s SEE ROCK PAGE 17
o ce, musical events, and more!

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Page 8 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, October 3, 2019

Happily
Ever
After

Surely you joust Campus Life

Now jester minute here! Did I MAN Last week I started teach- READING, grounds in front of the East
really slay that? Last Sunday OVERBOARD ing a new six-week WRITING & and West Campus buildings. A
we visited the New York series of writing classes large sign positioned near the
Renaissance Faire in Tuxedo, a festi-
for adults on the campus of CHOCOLATE cross walk proclaims, “Your path

val glorifying the middle ages. I may RICK Norwalk Community Col- KIM to success starts here.” Inside
or may not be a Renaissance man, MELÉN lege. I experienced a feeling of KOVACH the West Campus building, as
but I’m de nitely in my middle- déjà vu as I parked in the way I navigate the long carpeted

ages, especially if I live to be 120, so back of the college parking lot hallways to my classroom, I

I felt right at home. e theme is a and walked a few blocks to the notice boldly painted walls

curious melange, one-third medieval Europe, one-third fantasy, one-third building entrance on the West Campus. with motivational phrases – Plan Ahead, Access

Dungeons and Dragons, one-third Robin Hood, and one-third inability My alma mater, Queens College, was a four- Resources, ink Critically.

to understand fractions. For a reasonably-priced all-inclusive admission year commuter school. I remember taking two city Students of all ages quietly walk down the car-

ticket you can stay entertained by shows and performances for the entire buses to that sprawling campus from my child- peted hallways, clutching their cell phones on the

day, but the folks who attend are the real show. hood home in my freshman year. e following way to and from classes. ere is a comfortable

Last Sunday was “Pirate Weekend,”so I was fully prepared with some year when my brother joined me at Queens Col- feeling; an upbeat, positive vibe. I notice the culi-

pirate jokes in case I had to create a distraction if someone tried to shiver lege, we shared our rst car, a Pontiac Grand Prix, nary center, the cafeteria, tutoring center, veterans

my timber. A priest, a rabbi, a pirate and a parrot walk into a bar. I can’t coordinating our schedules as best as we could. extended studies and workforce education o ces.

remember what happened next, but my guess is neither can they. How did (Nice idea but not practical, especially when I had I know that Lifetime Learners (and instructors)

parrots get involved in the privateering game in the rst place? Probably an 8am class and my brother did not need to be can use the campus gym and library, too.

somebody with a Southern accent tried to say “pirate”and it came out on campus until 10am. We sold that rst car and My class is over-registered. So many adults

“parrot,”and before you knew it there was one on every ship, repeating each bought our own set of wheels.) were excited to take my writing class that some

everything the captain said.“Avast, ye mateys, get down and SWAB the It’s interesting to see how some things remain were closed out. By the time I nd my way to the

decks!”“YOU swab the decks.”“Who said that?”“YOU said that!”“Now the same, all of these years later. I am still walk- last classroom, I wonder if I should have left a trail

cut that out!”“Go sit on a sea urchin!”By this time the crew is snickering ing along college campus sidewalks in jeans and of bread crumbs for my students to nd their way.

down to the sternpost and the parrot has assumed command of the ship. sneakers. I still have long curly hair. e di erence But here they are, all prepared with notebooks and

We went over to Roselawn Field, where the Joust was ready to begin- this time is that I am leading the classes and my pens. We move the chairs into a lop-sided circle.

it’s one of the highlights of the festival. Attended by an entire court of students are all above the age of fty. e Lifetime As I glance around the room, I see ve adult

characters, and after much fanfare, the two principals face each other Learners Institute at NCC began in 1992 o ering students who have taken my writing classes before

on horseback. ere is some Anglo-Saxon trash talking, the contestants continuing education courses on a wide range of at other locations. at immediately adds a level

making disparaging remarks about each other and the horse they rode subjects for working and retired adults. of comfort. eir enthusiasm is soon broadcast

in on, the horses making some snide comments about each other and Lifetime Learners Institute members from around the room.

the knights who rode in on them. On command, they spur their mounts Fair eld and Westchester counties can nd many As my new students introduce themselves, I

and raise their wooden lances to try and knock a wooden shield o of di erent ways to continue learning in a vibrant and meet artists, attorneys, dentists, architects, engi-

their opponent’s chest at a full gallop. It’s a test of skill and daring that I social environment on a suburban college campus. neers and teachers. Lots of retired teachers with a

can fully appreciate, because every time I’ve ever been on a horse it’s been Besides my ction/ narrative non ction writing zest for learning and new experiences. e active

hard enough to get it to go, and once gone harder still to get it to stop. class this fall, adults over age fty can sign up for participation in intentional learning experiences

We hung out at the Fortune Stage for a few songs with the Jack- courses including ukulele, world history, watercolor keeps minds sharp and personalities engaged.

daws, a trio in period costume singing Irish medieval- avored songs. painting, lm and literature. e fall session also of- Keep learning and trying new experiences – there

“Here’s a song about killing the English!” e lead singer cheerfully ex- fers Cole Porter’s Life and Music, e Golden Age is no age limit!

plained. rough mob incitement he got us all to agree that we would of Rock ‘n Roll and Bad Girls of the Bible.

like to kill the English. I personally have nothing against the English, On this sunny fall afternoon, I notice how quiet Kim Kovach also works with high school seniors

but I don’t like the way they spell “tyre” or “centre,” so I guess I could and clean the campus looks. Crisp fall leaves and in writing their college application essays, from

go along with it. If they’re talking about the English language, no one acorns scatter along the ground in the breeze. brainstorming ideas to editing drafts and making sure

SEE MELEN PAGE 9 Brightly colored banners stating “NCC Proud” their personality shines through on the page. Need a

feature smiling students from all di erent back- writing coach? Please contact kimkovachwrites.com

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Thursday, October 3, 2019 OPINION North Salem News – Page 9

MELEN One proprietor asked. No thank you, I have I’ve got a lot of ambition. That’s why
enough of that in my in-box, and I’ve been
FROM PAGE 8 putting o not replying to it so I don’t get I Am HARVEY.
two weeks of bad luck. Do you need an extra
is killing it faster than Trump and his tweets. skull? Buy a thinner one here if you can’t get Admissions Open House: Oct. 26
If I look at the writings of Trump for more anything though your thick one.
than 20 seconds I start to feel as if I wasted a Now accepting middle and upper school applications.
whole year by attending the fth grade. All avors of the rainbow are represented To learn more: www.harveyschool.org
at the Renaissance Faire. Whether you’re a
If you have a special skill you might be swashbuckler or a swish-buckler, whether
able to make some extra cash at the Renais- you’re a cis-wench or a trans-wench, you
sance Faire. Do you know how to play the can nd a home here. If you’re legendary,
autoharp? If it’s truly an autoharp it ought to military, super-scary, really hairy or a day-to-
be able to play itself. You know how to work day fairy, nobody will judge you too harshly.
a catapult? ere’s plenty of time to learn Even if you are a heterosexual male you can
for next year. I know the perfect cat you can meet a lovely damsel here, if you don’t mind
pult into enemy territory, and believe me, for that she has horns coming out of her head.
the one hour out of twenty-four that this For the Faire is like a Halloween party that
cat is awake, it can do plenty of damage to goes on for six weekends. You get the feeling
their furniture. Can you swallow swords? If that many of the people here are just barely
you can, as god is my witness, you’ll never go existing for the 44 weeks leading up to it,
hungry again at the Renaissance Faire. Even because they look like they’ve been living a
little kids are armed to the teeth. Can you secret fantasy life for years.
falcon? e practice was popular in medieval
Europe as a means to control the rodent Alas, the knight was getting long, it was
population. e falconer ies the falcon, who hot and I knew we had a long walk back to
I’m assuming is the falconee. I’m not sure the car. I couldn’t remember where the car
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Thursday, October 3, 2019 OPINION North Salem News – Page 11

e Feast of San Gennaro

By the time this newspaper is pub- confectioners’ sugar for fered at the next booth. well enough to join us, we made sure we
lished, the Feast of San Gennaro a mere $5. One by one brought him some special treats from
will have ended. It came and they make their way into JUST “Let’s stay and watch Ferrara’s. We may have even gotten our-
went and I’m better for it; actually, I’m my stomach, and by the JO ANN as this guy sings My selves some pastry as well!!
bigger and better for it. time the bag is empty, it Way, and maybe then we
is also soaked in grease. JO ANN As we walked among the throngs of
e Feast of San Gennaro is an eleven I know I will pay for can t in some pasta,” I people, we found ourselves being swept
day annual feast that this year began on this later, but my annual FRANCELLA say. We stood around forward toward the rides, jewelry booths
September 12 and ended on September indulgence is worth the and the “Big Chair” booth, where you
22. price of a small belly ache. for a while and listened could climb onto the enormous chair
and have your picture taken.
My family and I have been attending Kim enjoys the rice balls and soon we to the guy try to sound
the feast every year for as long as I can nd ourselves in front of a booth sell- We ended our evening by nding our
remember. ere is no way we would ing giant rice balls, called arancini di like Frank Sinatra, but, way to the statue of San Gennaro and
miss it, as it is the only time we allow riso, and meatballs. “Um, I’ll have one pinning money to the ribbons attached
ourselves to indulge in the classic dishes of each,” Kim announces to the very unfortunately, he was standing right to it. San Gennaro is the patron saint
from Naples, Italy. is year Ken and good looking Italian guy in the apron. of Naples. He was born in 272 AD.
I drove down to the city, parked in our Another money exchange and we are all beside the Ferrara Pastry booth. Hav- When men were arrested for egregious
favorite parking lot and then walked to set. Now sick from all the food we don’t crimes, San Gennaro dared to visit them
meet our daughter, Kim, after work. We normally eat and waiting for it to digest, ing forgotten all about the pasta, we in prison. For that, he was poisoned,
then took a cab to Little Italy where the we still wander the streets looking at all yet lived; burned, yet lived; and nally
festivities were in full swing. the color, the lights, the tee-shirts and slowly made our way toward the line of was decapitated. He is thought of as
jewelry and more food. Ken now has his the protector of Naples and has been
First stop for Ken is always the sau- eye on the trays of baked pasta being of- people waiting to purchase cannoli, Ital- celebrated for the past ninety three years
sage and pepper booth. He will rarely during a feast in Little Italy, NYC.
choose the very rst one he passes, as he ian rainbow cookies (stacked red, white
needs to take in the sights and smells I hope that you too will enjoy cel-
of each booth before placing his order. and green almond cake topped with ebrating the Feast of San Gennaro, a
Once his ten dollars is paid, he is handed tradition each year in September. You’re
the big sausage and pepper wedge and chocolate), sfogliatella with a tee-shirt sure to eat great food, enjoy great enter-
several napkins. With complete joy and tainment and have an enormous amount
ecstasy, he takes his rst bite. He is a that read, “You can’t say it, you can’t have of fun. e weather is always good
happy man. for the Feast and the locals like to say,
it,” biscotti, bruttiboni (almond avored “Today’s forecast: 70’s and cloudy with
As we stroll down Mulberry, Mott and a chance of Spicy Sausage, Onions and
Canal Streets we pass booth after booth biscuits), baba (small rum soaked cakes), Peppers. See you at the Feast.
of delicious gastronomic Italian delicacies.
My favorite is the zeppoli booth where I tortoni (an ice cream dessert), slices of joannfrancella@aol.com
can purchase six hot zeppoli covered in
Italian cheesecake, and gelato to name a

few. Since Kim’s husband wasn’t feeling

Fun Facts
by Jo Ann

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Coping with dyscalculia

Dear Dr. Linda, numbers? look at children who the ACTs as well. Research the Ameri-
I’m a proud history teacher for over • Does Parker have cans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for
STRONG are su ering with this accommodations available for students
20 years now, and our son Parker, an di culty counting LEARNING learning disorder as if and beyond with dyscalculia.
11th grader, inherited my love of his- backwards? they’re lazy.
tory and looks forward to majoring in Where there’s a will—and appropriate
history in college. However, and that’s • Does Parker have DR. LINDA If you would like to information—there’s a way to overcome
a big however, he has to go to college trouble copying shapes SILBERT any obstacle.
to become a teacher. e problem we’re or drawing them from have Parker reevalu-
encountering is his math scores. ey’re memory? Dr. Linda
dreadful, just like mine were. ey bring ated to see if he might
his GPA down and ruin his SAT score. • Did or does Parker Dr. Linda Silbert is the author of “Why
Over the years, his teachers have told have trouble with right and left? Count- have a math disorder, Bad Grades Happen to Good Kids” and
us that he rushes or he’s careless. We ing money? Telling time on an analog “Building Strong Students.” Submit
had him tested in elementary school clock? you need to nd a questions using the contact form at www.
for dyscalculia and we were told that he
does not have it. e bottom line is that If this proves to be the case, your son quali ed person who can do an ability StrongLearning.com.
math is going to keep him from achiev- may be eligible for accommodations
ing his goal unless he does what I did on the SATs. e accommodations test and math achievement tests. If they
and that was to ignore the SATs, go to would probably be extra time. But if
a community college and transfer into he is diagnosed with dyscalculia, extra are quali ed, they will know what to do.
the four-year college. I don’t want him to time may not raise his score that much.
do that because his verbal score is in the However, the colleges would be aware Talk to your son’s counselor at school
high 600s. I appreciate any suggestions. of his diagnoses. During the application
process, you would be able to discuss and see what testing can be done at
Mike the issue with the college. For example,
Dear Mike, I worked with a student years ago who school. It certainly is not too late.
had dyscalculia and the college allowed
It seems as if you and your son could him to take a computer course in place Most children who are diagnosed
have dyscalculia, also referred to as a of the required math course.
math disorder. with dyscalculia are usually past
e rst thing you need to do is to
ink about these questions: have him reevaluated. When he was third grade. Many are rst diag-
• Did Parker use his ngers to help tested in elementary school, there wasn’t
him with math, way beyond third grade? much known about dyscalculia. In nosed in middle school. And the
• Did Parker have trouble recalling fact, the research is still ongoing. Most
basic math facts? people, including many teachers, still SATs he’ll take aren’t until spring.
• Does Parker have trouble sequencing don’t know the word “dyscalculia,” much
less what it is. Many, unfortunately, still Similar to the reading disorder

dyslexia, dyscalculia involves a

dysfunction in the brain and

there is no magic pill to take

it away. Will he outgrow it?

Probably not, but he will acquire

strategies to compensate. For

example, if he does have dyscal-

culia, and is classi ed and receives

an I.E.P., he may be allowed to use

a calculator when others are not

during school and the SATs. If he is

diagnosed with dyscalculia, remember

to also apply for accommodations on

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American Gold Cup OldSalemFar
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rm hosted the American Gold Cup PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL
5, a prestigious equestrian sporting
ld of International Show Jumping. Katie Dinan, who came in third
in the jump-off at the American
Beezie Madden makes a clear
round in the jump-off and wins the Gold Cup, was happy with her
American Gold Cup. performance and to be in the

PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL company of long-time riding
great, Beezie Madden, who

came in first.

PHOTO: EMRIN LECLAIR

McLain Ward

The West Point Glee Club sang The Star Spangled Banner and the North Salem Boy Scouts Troop
1 presented the colors while ringmastster Alan Keeley salutes at the start of the competition.

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ursday, October 3, 2019 Page 15

rm hosted the American Gold Cup PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL
5, a prestigious equestrian sporting
ld of International Show Jumping. Katie Dinan, who came in third
in the jump-off at the American
Beezie Madden makes a clear
round in the jump-off and wins the Gold Cup, was happy with her
American Gold Cup. performance and to be in the

PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL company of long-time riding
great, Beezie Madden, who

came in first.

PHOTO: EMRIN LECLAIR

McLain Ward
PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL
The West Point Glee Club sang The Star Spangled Banner and the North Salem Boy Scouts Troop
1 presented the colors while ringmastster Alan Keeley salutes at the start of the competition.

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Multi-chamber marketing
workshop set for Oct. 10 and 11

Internationally-renowned speaker will share his
expertise during entertaining 90-minute talk

Four area chambers of com- on ursday and a breakfast e event will be led by

merce are sponsoring a market- served on Friday, and there will internationally renowned

ing workshop for the local busi- be ample time for professionals speaker Mike Blinder.

ness community on Oct. 10 and to network before and after the While attending George

11. event. Washington University,

e workshop, which is host- e chambers of commerce Blinder held a full-time Mike Blinder will lead an entertaining 90-minute talk about marketing.

ed by Halston Media, the par- that are sponsoring this event job as a DJ in Washington, Marketing workshop
ent company of this newspaper, are: the Greater Mahopac-Car- DC, becoming a station

will be held at two times to ac- mel Chamber of Commerce, manager within ve years. • Noon to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 10
commodate the busy schedules the Somers Chambers of Com- From radio, Blinder moved
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ROCK fourth Tuesdays of each month bake o at the event. Enter your love to have some new volunteers NS Republican
FROM PAGE 6
at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Meet- best cookie. Bring them to the li- come forward. It’s a great way to Committee
ing Hall, 66 June Road, North brary on Nov. 3 for the judges to meet new people and be involved

2019/2020 season is open. Visit Salem. All meetings are subject taste. Winners receive bragging in who and what shapes our com- November 2019 brings a se-

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ister. Accepting Kindergarten notice, as circumstances require. email keelerfriends@wlsmail.org may be interested in serving on a portunities to serve as a vol-

through High School. All agendas and live meetings or visit keelerlibrary.org. town committee we suggest you unteer. If you are interested in

The Schoolhouse are posted on the Town web- NS Democratic keep an eye on the Town’s website, serving on the Committee or
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Theater town-board/agenda. Committee inquiry to the Town Board. Sev- Committee at: North Salem Re-
Town Clerk Maria Hlushko eral vacancies are listed. Contact publican Committee, PO Box

For more information, has a notary license. Residents Volunteers needed. ere are a us at P O Box 525, North Salem, 289, North Salem, NY 10560

call 914-277-8477 or email are welcome to come to Town few open seats on the town com- NY or northsalemdemocratic 914-662-6620 info@northsa-

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Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is located at 276 Titicus Road. For more information on any of these events, call 914-669-5161 or visit keelerlibrary.org.

STEAMFest on Saturday, and then participants can have Animal Adaptations on animal that likes to eat skunks! December 10 at 7:30 p.m.

Nov. 16, from noon to 3 p.m. fun with rockets, dry ice, a wind ursday, October 17, at 4 p.m.. Recommended for children 5 New members encouraged!

Join the library’s annual cel- tunnel and more! Using live animals and mounted and up. Bagels & Books

ebration of science, technology, For children in grades K+ and specimens, we’ll discover the dif- Decorate Spooktacular Des- Keeler Library’s Bagels &

engineering, art and mathemat- their families. is is not a drop- ferences between living on land serts on Wednesday,October 9, Books book club will be meeting

ics. Mad Science will be here o event. Expect to stay with and in the water, why animals are decorate some spooktacular des- on the rst ursday of each

with a spectacular show at noon your child and have fun. fast or slow and even nd out an serts with chef Debbie Rizzo! month at 10:30 a.m. through

Sign up for ONE session only: June. Extra copies of the books

Session 1 is 3-3:45 p.m., Session are available at the library for

2 is 4-4:45 p.m. Registration re- checkout. e books that will

quired. Recommended for chil- be discussed are A Place for Us

Warm up with dren 5 and up. by Fatima Farheen Mirza on

Author Talks with book August 1; and e Man with No

signing and wine. George Colt Borders by Richard Morais on

will discuss his book e Game: September 19.

Olaplex this Fall! Harvard, Yale and America in Story time and crafts
1968 on Oct. 20 at 3 p.m.; Robert Mondays

orson will discuss his book Stories and Songs – 10:30 a.m.,
Stone by Stone: e Magni cent
for babies from birth to 2-1/2.

Your beautiful color will History in New England’s Stone Tuesdays

Walls on Nov. 10 3 p.m.; Vivien Mother Goose for Babies –
Schweitzer will discuss her book 10:30 a.m., for babies from birth

stay rich & healthy! A Mad Love: An Introduction to to 2-1/2.

Opera on Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. Wednesdays

Demystifying Medicare Story Time at 10:30 a.m.;

and Healthcare Coverage for family story time for kids of all

Seniors ages.

is presentation from ursdays

Westchester Library System’s Books and Puppets at 10:30

group Westchester Seniors Out a.m.; family story time for kids of

Speaking (WSOS), on Saturday, all ages.

October 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 Saturdays

p.m., is perfect for anyone trying Story Time at 10:30 a.m.;

to navigate their way through our family story time for kids of all

complicated healthcare system ages.

for older adults. Walk-ins are (Bilingual stories and songs on

welcome, but pre-registration is some Saturdays.)

Wednesday requested at 914-231-3236. Writers workshop
Special
Sunday Handmade Holiday Bazaar is workshop is from 11
with Kerry Special
on Sunday, November 3, 1-4 p.m. a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and led by

Calling artistic and crafty youth Maryanne D’Amato the rst

aged 18 and under. Sell your Wednesday of the month. It is

with Madi items at the Handmade Holiday open to all writers and aspiring

HAIRCUT + Bazaar at the library.We are look- writers who are invited to share
BLOW DRY
FREE BLOW DRY ing for: paintings, photographs, their work or desire to write in a
ONLY $50
with any Chemical jewelry, ber arts, home accesso- supportive atmosphere.
*New Clients Only
Actual Service & Haircut ries, paper items and more. Free Museum Passes
Client
The Sugar & Spice Cookie North Salem is surrounded

& Bar Bake-Off on Sunday, by many world-class museums.

The Hair Wharf November 3, 1-4 p.m. Bake your You can visit some of these free
best cookie or bar and bring them of charge by simply going to the
to the library on November 3rd. library and checking out passes

e judges will be awarding hon- to the museums. Just ask for the
ors in a variety of categories such passes at the front desk. You may

as: Overall Pimo Presentation, call the library to reserve a pass

914-232-7271 Overall Fabulous Flavor and Best for a particular week. Passes must

in Show. be returned within seven days.

History and Biography book Passes may not be returned to

Salon Hours: Tues-Fri: 10-5, Thurs: 10-8, group any other library, nor put in the

Sat: 9:30-4, Sun: 10-12 (By Appt. Only), e history and biography book drop. It is possible to renew
Closed Mon.
Kerry, Madi, Lesli book group meets at 7:30 p.m. on a pass for an additional week,
the second Tuesday of the month. provided no one else is waiting

e group reads books on various for it, by calling the library. Loss

historical topics or periods as of a museum pass will result

20 Valley Road | Katonah | NY 10536 well as some biographies. e in you being charged the full
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and are wide ranging. Multiple ey are available for Keeler

The Hair Wharf Family is Growing! copies of the books at the library Library card holders only. Don’t
for people to check out and read. have a library card? Show the

e World Broke in Two by Bill library proof that you live, work,

Introducing Toni, formerly of Mount Kisco! Come in any Tues. 10am-3pm Goldstein on November 12 at go to school, or own property in

or Thurs. 2-7pm for her SPECIAL $50 CUT & BLOWOUT 7:30 p.m.; John Marshall: e North Salem and we can issue
Man Who Made the Supreme you a library card in about three

Court by Richard Brookhiser on minutes.


Thursday, October 3, 2019 Sports North Salem News – Page 19

9/23-9/30 North Salem Varsity Roundup

Field hockey, soccer teams unbeaten in league play

Don’t see your team’s results or
statistics listed? Coaches, parents
or players can send them to sports@
halstonmedia.com. Schedules
are subject to change. Visit
northsalemcentral.tandem.co for
the latest information.

Cross Country

SIX FLAGS WILD SAFARI The North Salem cross country team
INVITATIONAL celebrates after a strong showing at
the Six Flags Wild Safari Invitational
Saturday, Sept. 28 (@ Six Flags on Saturday, Sept. 28. After the
Great Adventure, Jackson, N.J.) meet, the runners enjoyed a day in
the theme park.
North Salem runners registered
season-best times in 90-degree PHOTO: TWITTER/@NS_TIGERS
heat on Saturday, said coach Chris
Gould.

e coach said he was “really
proud of how the team performed
under adverse conditions.”

In the freshmen races, Mia
Santis, Isabelle Schembri and Jake
Greenberg all medaled.

Gould called the meet, held at
Six Flags Great Adventure, “a fun
team building meet as we went to
the park after our races were com-
pleted.”

BOYS VARSITY 5K we have so many o ensive weap- trick; Kayla DeModna had 2 Juliet Serra scored in all A goal 10 minutes into the
52) Nick DiGiacomo (19:29) ons and are spreading the scoring goals and 1 assist; Stella DiDo- three games last week. contest gave Blind Brook a 1-0
63) Henry James (19:50) around.” menico and Juliet Serra both had lead. e score remained that
71) AJ Laquer (20:02) 1 goal and 1 assist; and Megan FILE PHOTO/RICH MONETTI way for the next 70 minutes, as
74) Ryan Renda (20:21) She added, “We continue to Marano had 1 goal. Hope San- North Salem saw their ve-game
78) Trevor Smith (20:26) have the same end of year goal: dor made 1 save for North Salem. Paul Lulaj and Emmet Hal- winning streak come to an end.
to return to the sectional nal and ton scored rst-half goals for the Keeper Mark Mackenzie made
GIRLS VARSITY 5K win.” UPCOMING SCHEDULE Tigers, who held o a late rally 13 saves in defeat.
1) Ava Jolley (19:01) • ursday, Oct. 3, @ Irvington, by Putnam Valley to win their
9) Juliette Intrieri (20:30) NORTH SALEM 4 VS. second straight league match UPCOMING SCHEDULE
43) Emma Litch eld (23:47) IRVINGTON 1 6:30 p.m. and fth straight game overall. • Friday, Oct. 4, vs. Pawling,
Mark McKenzie made 15 saves
UPCOMING SCHEDULE Monday, Sept. 24 Soccer (Boys) in the win. Caleb Elias and Marc 4:30 p.m.
• Saturday, Oct. 5, Brewster Leading the way for North Schembri tallied assists for North
Salem were Kiki DeModna (2 (5-6, 2-0) Salem. SEE ROUNDUP PAGE 20
Bears Classic (@ Brewster High goals), Juliet Serra (1 goal, 1 as-
School), 8:30 a.m. sist), Kayla DeModna (1 goal) NORTH SALEM 4 HALDANE 0 NORTH SALEM 0 BLIND
and Allison Eberhardt (2 assists). Tuesday, Sept. 24 BROOK 1
Field Hockey Irvington scored with just 52 sec- North Salem went on the road
onds remaining, spoiling the shut- Friday, Sept. 27
(7-2-1, 5-0) outs North Salem keepers Hope and blanked Haldane, a league
Sandor and Caila Andrews did rival, on Tuesday, Sept. 24.
North Salem eld hockey ran not make any saves in the win.
roughshod over their league op- Senior Mark Mackenzie (6
ponents this week, defeating Ir- NORTH SALEM 6 HASTINGS 0 saves) and junior Dan Nesbitt (4
vington, Hastings and Briarcli Wednesday, Sept. 25 saves) shared in the shutout.
by a combined score of 18-1. ey Allison Eberhardt had 2 goals
are now 5-0 in league play, hav- O ensively, the Tigers were
ing beaten Pawling and Rye Neck and 2 assists; Stella DiDomenico led by Matt Cole (1 goal, 1 as-
the previous week. ey have now had 2 assists; Kiki DeModna, Ju- sist), Jonah DaSilva (1 goal, 1 as-
outscored their ve league rivals liet Serra, Kayla DeMonda and sist), Caleb Elias (1 goal),Timmy
26-2 this season. Kiara Donovan scored 1 goal each. Woel e (1 goal), Marc Schembri
(1 assist) and Jake Yoel (1 assist).
“ e girls are really starting to NORTH SALEM 8 VS.
come into their own and are nd- BRIARCLIFF 0 NORTH SALEM 2 VS. PUTNAM
ing the back of the cage more and VALLEY 1
more often,” said coach Jennifer Friday, Sept. 27
Frohman. “ e best part is that Allison Eberhardt had a hat Thursday, Sept. 26


Page 20 – North Salem News SPORTS Thursday, October 3, 2019

ROUNDUP Maddie Wagner scored 2 goals
last week as the Tigers blanked
FROM PAGE 19
two league opponents.
Soccer (Girls)
(6-4, 3-0) FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

NORTH SALEM 3 VS. YONKERS Swim and Dive • Wednesday, Oct. 2, @ Pleas- Mark Mackenzie was strong in
MONTESSORI ACADEMY 0 (Girls) (4-2, 3-2) antville, 4:30 p.m. net for North Salem last week,
as the Tigers went 2-1.
Monday, Sept. 23 JOHN JAY/NORTH SALEM 91 • Friday, Oct. 4, vs. Valhalla,
e Tigers scored three second- URSULINE 79 4:30 p.m. FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

half goals in a shutout win over Monday, Sept. 23 (@ College of • Saturday, Oct. 5, @ Pawling, NORTH SALEM 0 VS. Set 2: Blind Brook 25, North
Yonkers Montessori Academy. New Rochelle) 2:30 p.m. HALDANE 3 Salem 19

Jane Fetterolf scored the rst JOHN JAY/NORTH SALEM 97 Volleyball (4-8, 0-2) Thursday, Sept. 26 Set 3: Blind Brook 25, North
two goals, both assisted by Ca- SCARSDALE 84 Set 1: Haldane 25, North Sa- Salem 18
mille Flayhan. e third and nal NORTH SALEM 0 PUTNAM lem 7
goal was scored by Maddie Wag- Wednesday, Sept. 25 (@ West- VALLEY 3 Set 2: Haldane 25, North Sa- UPCOMING SCHEDULE
ner, assisted by Rosie Binette. chester Community College) lem 15 • ursday, Oct. 3, @ Briarcli ,
Tuesday, Sept. 24 Set 3: Haldane 25, North Sa-
Maddie Martabano made 1 Tennis (Girls) Set 1: Putnam Valley 25, North lem 15 4:30 p.m.
save. Salem 12 • Friday, Oct. 4, @ Pawling, 6
UPCOMING SCHEDULE Set 2: Putnam Valley 25, North NORTH SALEM 0 BLIND
NORTH SALEM 2 HALDANE 0 Home matches at Hardscrabble Salem 14 BROOK 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 25 Set 3: Putnam Valley 25, North
Maddie Martabano made 8 Club Salem 21 Saturday, Sept. 28 Follow us on Twitter (@Halston_
Set 1: Blind Brook 25, North Sports) for up-to-the-minute
saves in a shutout victory over Salem 20 results.
Haldane. Lily Giuliano and Mad-
die Wagner scored goals for the
Tigers.

North Salem has now defeated
all three league opponents—Hal-
dane, Pawling and Putnam Val-
ley—by a combined score of 10-0.

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DISC GOLF

FROM PAGE 23

Aaron Frank aims for the target. e Yorktown course was de-
signed in 2000 by Bill Newman.
David Kimmelman
Newman “got permission from
PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER the state (to build it), but we do it
all,” Kimmelman said. “We do all
the fundraising, all the labor, we
have course designers.”

e course begins near the
park’s Taconic State Parkway
entrance and continues into the
nearby wooded area before loop-
ing back through the park. It has
been redesigned several teams,
as recently as 2013.

“After Hurricane Sandy, we
redesigned the back nine,” Kim-
melman said.

e course has 18 holes but
many variations. Each hole has a
yellow basket and a white basket.

e yellow course is a Par 61 and
the white course a Par 63.

“Generally, most people
would tell you the white bas-
kets are harder because they’re
longer,” Guttmann said. “ ere
are lots of ways you can play.
You can play yellow front [nine],
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back. Odds are yellow, evens are
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Thursday, October 3, 2019 LEISURE North Salem News – Page 25

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1. Fertile desert spots 31. Oh, heavens! 60. Passage into a mine sediment theparamountrehab.com
6. Married woman 33. Insensitive to changes in 61. __ and cheeses 23. Naturally occurring
9. Some animals travel in one price 62. Semitic fertility god protein
13. Fear 36. Hillsides 63. Dry or withered 25. Woman
14. Hawaiian island 38. Brew 64. Religious ceremony 26. Central Indian city
15. Fit to work 39. Gland secretion 65. __ Winger, actress 27. Volcanic craters
16. Electronic counter- 41. A typical example 66. German river 29.The largest existing
countermeasures 44. Get up 67. Midway between northeast land animals
17. Former Senator Specter 45.You put it on your pasta and east 30. Rumanian city
18. Cambodian currency 46. Expresses surprise 68.Take something or 32. Equal to 10 meters
19. Dave Matthews Band hit 48. News organization somebody somewhere 34. Historic Nevada city
21. Lists ingredients 49. Disorder of the lungs 35. A point of transition
22. Endangered antelope (abbr.) CLUES DOWN 37. Remove
23. Jerry’sTV partner 51. One millionth of a gram 1. Lyric poems 40. Overwatch character
24. Blue grass state 52. Some are of the “suit” 2. Genus of saltwater clams 42. Records electric
25. Obstruct variety 3. Ingroup currents linked to the
28. Luke’s mentor __-Wan 54. Group of organisms 4.Type of lounge chair heart
5. Memory card 43. Settles in calmly
6. Archipelago 47. Partner to his
7. Common Korean 49. Banking giant
surname 50. Slowly disappeared
8. It’s up there 52. End
9. Quantity that 53. Sword with a
helps to define v-shaped blade
10. First month of the 55. Fabric with smooth,
Jewish ecclesiastical shiny surface
year 56. Wild cherry tree
11. Metal-headed golf 57.Traditional Japanese socks
club 58. Make of your hard work
12. A shade of green 59. Stony waste matter
14. Begin 61. Woman (French)
17. A good thing to 65. Unit of loudness
have
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