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The Somers Record 06.20.19

Vol. 9 No. 11 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, June 20, 2019

YOUWE WANT Honoring Pop

PARTY 2019:


SOMERSBLOCKPARTY.COM Bruce Jazwinkski honors his dad with a Father’s Day tribute. Bob Jazwinkski,
better known as Pop, was a local icon around Somers. See the full story on


County approves SROs for 5 more years

BY CAROL REIF Castle, Somers, and Yorktown, the West- Somers had requested two SROs from of the Westchester County Police trained
CONTRIBUTING WRITER chester Board of Legislators voted 13-2 the Westchester County Department of to work in school environments.
on June 3 to renew SRO contracts with Public Safety in 2013 in the aftermath
Somers and North Salem schools will the two districts. of the Sandy Hook tragedy in Newtown, Now all four buildings—Primrose El-
keep their Student Resource O cers – Conn. ementary, Somers High School, Somers
for another ve years, at least. Also among those voting for the Middle School and Somers Intermediate
shared-service deals was Legislator Kit- Following a similar school shooting in School—are covered. State troopers and
According to county Legislator Mi- ley Covill, (North Salem, Somers, Pound Parkland, Fla., in 2018, Somers asked for
chael Kaplowitz, who represents New Ridge, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco). and was given two more SROs, members SEE SROs PAGE 19

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Honoring Your Neighbor


I grew up in a small lake community

called Shenorock. Shenorock was a com-

munity of small summer cottages with

families moving in and converting to year-

round homes.

My dad, Bob Jazwinski took a big risk

when he bought the local grocery store and

opened “Bob’s General Store”. Soon after

opening the store, dad became known to

the residents of Shenorock simply as “Pop”.

I think maybe because he treated every kid

as if they were his own.

Pop owned the General Store, started a

real estate company and had a contract with

e United States Postal Service delivering

mail to Shenorock and neighboring towns

of Lincolndale, Purdys and North Salem.

My older brothers Bobby, Johnny and I all

helped Pop with the mail run as we grew

up so Pop could coach basketball for Father

Brady at St. Joseph’s Church. My nephew J

still does the mail run to this day.

Pop helped make Shenorock an amaz-

ing place to grow up. He helped to establish

a community center through the United

Owner Association (UOA). e community

center was called e Shenorock Clubhouse. IMAGE COURTESY OF JEFF MOSHER
e clubhouse was always busy with fami-

lies celebrating christenings, communions, Halloween in Shenorock was the best. reminded us to help those less fortunate.

birthdays and some great New Year’s parties. e houses were all decorated, and fami- Pop was so proud of Sister Honey, as

Summers in Shenorock were often spent lies would all be out trick-or-treating. e was our whole family. We knew we were

swimming at the lake or playing baseball at highlight was always going to “Bob’s Gen- touched by a piece of heaven.

“Nine Acres Ball eld.” Pop helped to orga- eral Store.” My grandmother “Grandma Winters usually came fast and were a

nize a work force to clear land at the end Jazz” would always visit from the country special time of year. Pop would send my

of the road we lived on where they built house in Albany and dress Pop up as an three sisters Debbie, Lorrie, Brenda and

an awesome baseball eld and basketball old lady. Grandma Jazz always picked out I to pick fresh princess pine to thread

courts. the perfect dress and did his makeup “just into our Christmas lights. Pop always

Pop and I loved playing baseball. He was right.” e line to see Pop at the store was knew how to put the “little extra touch”

a great catcher and taught me to be a pitch- usually down the block. When you left the on something to make it special.

er. I couldn’t wait for him to get home from store your candy bag was always lled. We all loved skating on the lake but

work so I could practice pitching. He would anksgiving was always special for Pop no one was allowed on until Pop, Mr.

always set his mitt rst on the outside cor- and our family. Pop’s little sister, Alexandra, Powell and Mr. Pender checked the ice.

ner low then outside high. He would then or as we call her “Sister Honey,” joined e We all waited for Pop to post the sign at

switch to inside low and inside high, “never Sisters of the Resurrection when she was the General Store that the ice was safe to

down the middle.” I always saved my best just 19 years old and devoted her life to the skate on. Pop helped to organize winter

fastball for the end.Pop would catch it bare- church. My sister Brenda and I just went to carnivals at the lake which were some of

handed. As my jaw would drop in amaze- Albany to help celebrate her 70 year Jubilee my most memorable childhood memo-

ment, Pop would ip me the ball back and with the church. Sister Honey was always ries. Pop would go out at night with

just smile. I think that was his way of letting at the head of our table to lead us in prayer. SEE POP PAGE 4

me know to keep practicing! She always spoke of faith and family but

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The Staff POP her it was and I was his son. She explained that she grew up on the
EDITORIAL TEAM other side of the lake and knew my older brother Bobby. We sat down
and she began to tell me how she loved growing up in Shenorock. She
EDITOR: 914-302-5830
[email protected] some of the guys from the re departments and spray water on the ice said she loved going to the store to see Pop where he would always give

GABRIELLE BILIK with the retruck. By morning the ice track was perfect for skating. her blow-pops. She had great memories of softball at Nine Acres, skat-
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I loved working with Pop at the General Store. Pop and Uncle Ray ing at the lake and all the parties at the Clubhouse. She loved watching
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taught me how to stock the grocery shelves and mop the oors at clos- my mom and dad dance, “they always loved to dance.” She told me of
LISA KAIN ing time. Mr. Peterson, the butcher, showed me how to rotate in the a time when she was a young girl and her dad had lost his job. It was a

914-351-2424 fresh milk and dairy products. Sunday morning Pop and I would get very di cult time for her family. She said she remembered Pop stop-
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914-202-2392 of course the fresh hot rolls from the Cassone Bakery. I always saved remembered Pop occasionally leaving an envelope on the refrigerator.
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CORINNE STANTON a dozen hot rolls and headed to Uncle Stan and Aunt Eleanor’s. Uncle Years later her dad explained that the envelopes Pop left were to help
[email protected] Stan and Aunt Eleanor would help me collect fresh brown eggs from cover the mortgage.We spent the evening talking about Pop and all the
914-334-6335 their chicken coop for bacon and egg sandwiches. It doesn’t get any great memories of Shenorock. As we were leaving, she told me she still
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[email protected] Sunday, after mass, everyone would stop by the store where Pop her if it was 1st place, she said no, “I came in last and remembered sit-
914-202-2941 would greet everyone. He would always extend an o er to stop by our ting on the ice crying, your dad came over, picked me up, gave me a hug
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TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL Two very close family friends, Tom Sullivan and Pat Deleon would On my way home I couldn’t help thinking how truly blessed I was to

PRODUCTION MANAGER often put a dollar bill in the collar of our family dog Toots and send him have Pop as my dad and BEST FRIEND!
[email protected] up to the store. Pop and Uncle Ray knew when Toots came into the Miss you Pop. Happy Fathers Day!

GABRIELLE BILIK store it was to get his ice cream sandwich.Toots loved them.
Everyone loved Pop. Whenever a family in Shenorock needed help
[email protected] with anything, all they had to do was stop by and talk to Pop. If the

CHRISTINA ROSE family was growing and needed to add another room, Pop would call
Mr. Anderson the local carpenter. If plumbing was needed or the septic
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passed away.
Just before Pop passed,our softball team was at PJs Restaurant enjoy-
THE DEADLINE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS ing some burgers after a Friday night softball game.Pop and Uncle Stan

AND EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS FOR still coached the team. Aunt Eleanor always made her special brownies

SOMERS RECORD IS THE THURSDAY and never missed a game. After saying our goodnights, we walked Pop,
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CALL JODI WEINBERGER AT I ran into a lady who had grown up in Shenorock and was back visiting
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MCDERMOTTSomers Town Justice Michael J.


Students seeking Parking Permits Required to attend SHS Driver Safety Program.

March 1, 2019

UNANIMOUSLY NOMINATED FOR DearMJaurcdhge1, M20c1D9ermott:
ThanDkeayroJuuvdegreyMmcDucehrmfootrt:participating in the Somers High School PTSA Driver Safety
REPUBLICAN, CONSERVATIVE AND Night again this year. We really appreciate you taking the time to speak with our
INDEPENDENCE COMMITTEES. studeTnhatsn.kYyoouu pvererysemnutcehdfoarnpianrvticailpuaatibnlgeinopthpeoSrtoumnietyrsfoHrigthheSscehonoel wPTdSrAiveDrsivetor Sleaafernty from
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Judge McDermott and family with Eagle
Scout son, Philip, who restored the WWII era students. You presented an invaluable opportunity for these new drivers to learn from
Howitzer in Ivandell Cemetery Veterans Park.
Thanykouyropuowfoerrfaullleyxopuerdieonctoedkeanedpinosuirghtotsw…n safe and your continued support of the PTSA.

BestT, hank you for all you do to keep our town safe and your continued support of the PTSA.
ChrisBteinset, Spencer and Jessica Goldberg

SHS PTSA Driver Safety Co-Chairs

THE SOMERS TOWN BOARD Judge McDermott speaks
PROCLAMATION OF RECOGNITION to the students at the
annual SHS PTA Driver
Judge McDermott “works toward preventing our youth from PTA Driver Safety night.
becoming repeat offenders by instilling curfews, monitoring
academic progress towards completion of High School education
and requiring attendance at alcohol or drug counseling and
attendance at special court sessions to review progress with family.”

“The Town of Somers will forever be grateful to
Judge McDermott for his selfless dedication, constant
contributions and for bringing good to all that he does.”


Judge McDermott regularly provides Somers residents with advice on how to stay vigilant
against scammers and strategies to protect against Internet threats.



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How will the state’s plastic bag ban affect you?

BY CAROL REIF to purchase reusable bags to distribute bulk items like produce, and those that fees on plastic or paper bags. Mike Has-
CONTRIBUTING WRITER to the public. Priority would be given to contain food sliced or prepared to order. sin, owner of Key Food stores in Long
low- and xed-income communities. e Also kosher are newspaper delivery bags, Beach and Bedford, said single-use bag
Ordinary shoppers will have plenty of paper bag fee cannot be charged to cus- plastic bags sold in bulk at point of sale; usage is down 73.1 percent since the ordi-
time to wrap their heads around the new tomers using food assistance programs trash bags; food storage bags; garment nance was implemented.
statewide single-use plastic bag ban before such as SNAP or WIC. bags; bags used to carry out or deliver res-
the hammer comes down next March. taurant/tavern food; and bags provided by LEWISBORO
e remaining three cents goes into the pharmacies to carry prescription drugs. Lewisboro adopted a law banning the
Meanwhile, elected o cials in New state’s $300 million Environmental Pro-
York—only the third state in the nation tection Fund. Here’s how it will impact area towns: use of plastic bags for retail checkout.
to pass such a measure—are shifting their Supervisor Peter Parsons called the
attention to paper bags, hoping to get a Westchester County legislators Kitley SOMERS/NORTH SALEM
better handle on the fee situation. Covill, a Katonah resident, and Nancy Neither Somers nor North Salem have move a “signi cant step forward” for sus-
Barr, the Legislature’s environmental tainability.
Environmental advocates have been committee chair, proposed a countywide enacted plastic/paper bags ordinances of
ghting for years to deep-six the ubiqui- paper bag fee last year. their own. Under the new law, retailers are allowed
tous, and non-biodegradable, totes that to provide customers with reusable bags
clog stormwater systems, utter from tree Paper bag fee proponents had wanted However, boutique grocery chain and/or 15-cent paper bags.
branches, and choke hungry sea creatures a statewide law as well, fearing a hodge- DeCicco & Sons Markets, which opened
who mistake them for jelly sh. podge of laws across the state that could a new store in Somers, vowed last fall to e ultimate goal is to discourage use of
put businesses in certain counties at a dis- eliminate single-use plastic bags in all of paper bags as well.
ey nally bagged a win when the advantage to their neighbors. its stores.
state baked the plastic bag ban into its YORKTOWN
2019-20 budget. Legislators recently confabbed with BEDFORD Yorktown also does not have a local bag
legal counsel about the new law, but feel Bedford has an ordinance requiring a
According to the New York State As- they need more information before taking ordinance.
sociation of Counties, members have been action, Covill said. 10-cent fee for every plastic or paper bag Recently, rst-graders and teachers
supportive of trashing single-use plastic used at large retailers such as Key Foods,
bags, but many are still unpacking their To get everyone on the same page, DeCicco’s, Shoprite, Pier 1, and CVS. from the Brookside Elementary School
stance on paper. NYSAC plans to conduct a webinar on appeared before the Town Board to hand
the new law for its members. Bedford Supervisor Chris Burdick said out reusable totes emblazoned with the
Under the new law, counties and cit- that the 10 cents goes back to the retailers, words: “Please Don’t Feed the Bag Mon-
ies can choose, but are not required, to ere appears to be some confusion on who, collectively, have handed out thou- ster.” As a visual, they brought along a six-
charge a ve-cent fee for single-use paper whether towns and villages can “opt-in” sands of reusable bags and have worked foot-tall critter made from plastic bags.
bags, said NYSAC research analyst Alex on the paper bag fee if their counties do with the town to educate the public. As
LaMonte. not. far as what happens if Westchester opts e students had been inspired by the
into the ve-cent fee that would go back book “One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay
e fee is intended to encourage folks e way the law stands now, local laws to the state, Burdick said he was unsure at and the Recycling Women of the Gam-
to use reusable totes instead of simply that are already in place will be “grandfa- this point. bia.” e author had sent a note to the
switching over to paper, which has its own thered,” but only for a year after the state children calling them “champions of our
environmental baggage. law takes full e ect. e ordinance resembles a law passed Earth.”
in Long Beach which imposed ve-cent
Of that, two cents would be set aside Exemptions include plastic bags used e town may produce the bags for sale,
to wrap uncooked meat/ sh; to package said Supervisor Ilan Gilbert.

Vote For Experience, Knowledge and Respect for the Law

TIMONEJudge Denis J.

MCDERMOTTJudge Michael J.
at the Republican, Conservative and
Supervisor Rick Morrissey, Councilmembers Tom Garrity and Anthony Cirieco, Town Clerk Patricia Kalba, Independence Primary Election on
Receiver of Taxes Michelle McKearney, Highway Superintendent Candidate Nick DeVito and Somers Republican
Chair T.J. McCormack support the nominated Republican candidates Judge Timone and Judge McDermott.

Thursday, June 20, 2019 The Somers Record – Page 7

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Town, community work together to save Lake Shenorock

BY CAROL REIF Lake Shenorock frozen during the winter months. FILE PHOTO/GABRIELLE BILIK ples to send o to Albany for analysis.Once
CONTRIBUTING WRITER the town took the reins, grant opportunities
dynamic separation structures, aka lters, to residents Stacy Silverstein and Dennis grew, he said.
For years, the lake just north of the treat stormwater from the most impacted DiSanto, both of whom, along with an in-
Amawalk Reservoir was the center of out- areas on the lake’s eastern side. It is also formal band of neighbors, have been stal- DiSanto called the retro ts “the rst real
door activity in Shenorock. working on ousting invasive species on the wart stewards of the lake. progress we’ve seen. We’re so excited about
shoreline and has carved a pathway about it!”
In the winter, locals strapped on skates a quarter of the way around it. e lawn in Silverstein, who has lived there for nearly
and hit the ice. In the warmer months, they the park area at the lake has been gussied a decade, marshals her family on town “ e wheels of progress turn slowly, but
socialized on beaches, splashed around in up as well. cleanup days to tackle trash at the lake. On at least something’s being done,” he added.
its waters, reeled in sun sh and largemouth Earth Day, two years ago, she and other
bass, or simply enjoyed watching the swans, e retro ts, Supervisor Rick Morrissey volunteers removed “hundreds” of soft Friends of the lake would like to see it
ducks and muskrats that made their homes has said, are a “vital” part toward improving drink bottles. revived to the point where kayaking and
there. drinking water quality because of the lake’s other activities can be resumed. Swimming
connection to Amawalk Reservoir. DiSanto, former head of the now dis- won’t be one of them because of the lake’s
But problems were lurking just below the banded Lake Shenorock Association, grew status as a drinking water source, but sh-
surface. ese rst steps in bringing Lake She- up in the hamlet. ing is still allowed.
norock back to life are very welcome, say
Nutrient-laden runo from lawns—and For many years, he collected water sam- More could be done, however, such as
worse, coliform bacteria from failing septic removing weeds in the lake and installing
systems—in the densely populated hamlet aeration systems that increase dissolved
was getting into the 14-acre lake, speed- oxygen in the water, DiSanto said.
ing up the process known as eutrophica-
tion. An overload of nutrients causes plants e lake, at this point, is very shallow, so
like algae to bloom explosively and sucks maybe dredging would be on this wish list
the oxygen out, smothering sh and other as well, said Adam Smith, the town’s water
aquatic life. superintendent.

Lake Shenorock was in danger of even- e town has been taking steps to secure
tually turning into a stinky swamp. funding so it can sewer lake communities
(Shenorock, Lincolndale, and maybe Purd-
Now the folks who love it are praising ys). Getting rid of potentially leaky septic
the town for taking action to save their be- systems could also help keep the bad stu
loved body of water. out of the lake.

In March, Somers launched its stormwa- Folks are beginning to take a more active
ter management project with grants from interest in the lake now, says Silverstein.
the East of Hudson Water Quality Fund
and state Department of Environmental Silverstein said some have seen posts on
Conservation. Facebook (Shenorock Neighbors) and are
“asking if they can plant owers there.”
It has now wrapped up the installation
of retro ts such as dry swales and hydro- “If you have something pretty to take
pride in, that spurs on community involve-

Vote Tuesday June 25, 2019

in the Republican, Conservative and Independence Primaries

I was honored to have been unanimously endorsed by the Republican, Conservative and
Independence Committees for Town Justice, together with Judge Michael J. McDermott. I was

rst elected Somers Town Justice in 1983 and am completing my 9th four-year term.
I have been a resident of Somers since 1977, with my wife Meg. We have raised our three
children here, Anna, Tim and James, all of whom attended the Somers School System.
I received my Juris Doctor Degree from Marquette University Law School and am admitted to
all State and Federal Courts in New York and Wisconsin. I am a member of the New Rochelle/
Westchester and NYS Bar Associations, and the Westchester County Magistrates Association.
I have been a member of the Somers Lions Club since 1984 and helped establish and was mentor
for 10 years of the Somers High School Leo Club. Additionally, I am a past Director of the
Italian American Club of Somers, Attorney to the Somers Firemen’s Benevolent Association, and
have participated in the Somers Relay for Life with my family as the Timone Tuskers.
A er law school, I was dra ed into the U. S Army and was assigned to the Americal Division,
196th Light Infantry Brigade while serving in Vietnam, and was awarded two Bronze Star
Medals with “V” devices and Oak Leaf Cluster. I am presently a member of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars and American Legion.
As Town Justice in Somers, I developed innovative sentencing programs
for individuals who were involved with alcohol, drugs and family o ense
charges. Over the years as Town Judge in Somers, I have performed and
participated in 10-15 weddings per year.
I am running again as Town Judge in order to main the high standard of
Judicial and Administrative excellence that I have established in the Town
Court of Somers.
Denis J. Timone
Town Justice of Somers

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Happily Opinion

It was the best of times Party lines
in a galaxy far, far away
My friends Lauren force winds. is one was nailed
BY KATHY BURNS her rustle the leaves as she went and Tim had a 50th MAN in pretty good, and it had a
GUEST COLUMNIST further and further into the woods, birthday party, and OVERBOARD basketball court inside. It made
too engrossed in her game to things have de nitely changed me wonder if I could dunk a
It was the best of times, it was remember her mother’s warning.
the worst of times. ose Before she knew it, she was as lost since I was a kid. My birthday RICK basketball while bouncing down
words that we all know and in the forest as I was lost in the
repeat, by authors that we some- story. I grew up on these tales just is on Christmas, so I thought MELÉN the street in gale force winds.
times remember. ose words as my father had before me.
were written by Charles Dickens, Santa Claus was a clown some- ey had two guys rolling
a master storyteller. I come from But I didn’t begin writing until
a family of storytellers. I am a long after my dad had passed. body hired for the occasion. I Cuban cigars, at least that’s what
storyteller. And when I began, the bottle was
unstopped and all the words came always wondered why everyone they told everybody. ere was
My dad comes home from pouring out. ey pour out in
work, eats dinner, and moves to his the shower, while I am driving, at else was getting gifts at my party. One thing that a big cloud forming on the pool deck, and it was
Lazy-Boy in front of the TV. He meditation, at yoga and they wake
places his newspaper in his lap and me in the middle of the night. hasn’t changed over the years is that you had better pretty crowded up there so they were rolling in
his cup of milk poured over ice on Characters demanding that their
the rickety metal TV tray to his stories be told. gure out a way to keep all those kids at the party the aisles. I’m not allowed to smoke cigars, because
right. From my earliest memories,
I crawl into his lap and snuggle And I realized why I write. I entertained, or they’re going to destroy your house every time I have one in my hand I start talking like
into the crook of his right arm, and write to nd the perfect phrase.
the story begins. Dad did not read in a matter of minutes. Kids are like termites- if Edward G. Robinson.“Listen, see, one hand wash-
stories to me as my friends’parents Love means never having to say
read to them, he told me stories. you’re sorry you see one in your house, chances are there are es the other, see, you play ball with me and I’ll play

My favorite was,“Goldie Locks To be or not to be probably more someplace that you can’t even see, ball with you, see, you scratch my back I’’ll scratch-”
and e ree Bears.”As my dad Ask not for whom the bell tolls,
wove the tale, I could smell the for- it tolls for thee like under the oorboards. You can get rid of them THWACK! at’s when my wife slaps me, either
est as Goldie Locks walked deeper Let there be light, and there was
and deeper into it. She played light by using boric acid. I should mention that I’m re- thinking that I might be having a hallucination or
merrily, throwing a shining stone as Bah Humbug
far as she could, then retrieving it. And I search on and on for the ferring to the termites, I don’t think you should try because she missed an earlier opportunity.
When she came to the edge of the elusive words that sum up all and
forest, she pushed out of her head nothing: brilliance far beyond me. using boric acid on kids. But if it actually worked ey had a cotton candy machine in case the
her mother’s words cautioning her And I write and rewrite just like
to never go into the forest. Fitzgerald and all the rest. With everyone would have heard about it by now. youngsters might run out of energy. You take a
that perfect phrase just out of
“I’ll throw it just one more reach, perhaps at the green light at e party was a great way to spend a Sunday paper cone and swish it around inside the cotton
time,” she thought. I could hear the end of Daisy’s dock or hidden
in a galaxy far, far away. afternoon. ey had a couple musicians singing candy machine, and bingo! You have a big pink

and playing guitar, and that was mainly for adults, swirly web of sugar that looks like a hairdo at the

because you should not put kids in charge of nursing home! Plus it’s made of a breathable fabric.

the music under any circumstances. If you don’t en it was time for the piñata! ey had a

believe me look up “Baby Shark” on Youtube. It’s small papier mâché horse, and the idea is that

hard enough keeping myself out of trouble at my they blindfold you, spin you around, you try to

own parties, let alone trying to gure out what to whack it with a stick, and eventually you break

do with the kids. Once I wore a white shirt and four car windows and a knee cap. I don’t know

black pants, and I was carrying three drinks and how the whole thing got started, but it seems a

somebody I didn’t know took two of them and little like beating a dead horse. I don’t want to

ordered another. I never found out who it was but beat a dead horse if I can help it, and I don’t know

I did nd out that most of my friends are notori- why I didn’t help it when it was still alive. But the

ously bad tippers. main thing I forgot to mention, is that the horse

Lauren and Tim didn’t take anything for is lled with candy. So little kids were whack-

granted. ey had a bouncy castle, one of those ing the crap out of this piñata, and nothing was

giant in atable structures that you usually see on SEE MELEN PAGE 12
the news as it’s bouncing down the street in gale

Thursday, June 20, 2019 OPINION The Somers Record – Page 11

Speaking my mind

THE between right and wrong. By the sexes equal! How can one “Turkey Day,” because if we give Day will become “Fireworks
SEASONED the way, discriminate is not a bad discriminate AGAINST “it?”
CITIZEN word. It means to discern, to thanks it is to a deity and some SEE KAVELLE PAGE 14
recognize di erences. In order anksgiving will be ruled will be o ended. Independence
ADRIENNE to be negative you need to add
KAVELLE AGAINST eg. discriminate
against. is, Seasoned Citizens
The best thing about being can understand, knowing how
a Seasoned Citizen is young people, doctors, sales
that you can speak your clerks, and others discriminate
mind with impunity. Others will AGAINST them, yet still accept
either listen to you or cluck their that being discriminating is not
tongues and think you’ve “lost evil.
it.” Either way it doesn’t matter
because you’ve made your point. Political correctness is nothing
more than George Orwell’s 1984
Young people fear being newspeak, where some words
ostracized or unfriended; middle are so ambiguous they lose their
agers feel that maintaining status original meaning. I once used
quo won’t rock the boat and the perfectly good description
make them vulnerable to deri- of my great granddaughter, Vik,
sion. Voltaire said it best: “It is as being Amer-Asian which,
dangerous to be right when all according to Webster, means
contemporary authorities are one whose mother is Asian and
wrong.” father American. It was changed
to read Asian-American which
Seasoned Citizens are exempt has a totally di erent mean-
from such thinking. We have ing…perhaps Amer-Asian was
lived long enough to see how thought to be politically incor-
wrong political correctness can rect.
be. is is not to say that one
should be rude and hurtful. We’ve become so frightened of
Seasoned Citizens have learned being called biased that we lean
to discriminate between what over backwards until everything
is acceptable and what is not; we say has lost its meaning and
between humor and meanness; become bland. Soon we will
eliminate ‘he’ and ‘she’ and say
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Our country, our ag MELEN

June 14 was Flag Day. Men Ninth fold is a tribute to wom- FROM PAGE 10
in our family have been proud
members of the military: Art WHATWAS anhood; through their faith, love, happening. e piñata must have been made of papier mâché
was a Marine, Bud was in the I THINKING? loyalty and devotion, the character reinforced with rebar, and whack as they might, even a big fat
of the men and women who have kid couldn’t bust open this thing. I thought they were going
to have to get out a Milwaukee Sawzall and a blowtorch to
Army, my grandnephew, Kevin, is RUTHANN made this country great have been rescue that candy. Finally the birthday boy grabbed the stick
and whacked it so many times I thought we were going to
in the Air Force. Instilled in them, SCHEFFER molded. have to call the paramedics. “Yes, over there, the guy with the
stick might need oxygen. But while you’re here, would you
now and then, was love for our Tenth is a tribute to father, for he mind opening the chest cavity of that little horse over there??”

country and her ag. With that be- too has given his sons and daughters Meanwhile more kids were streaming in, and they were
threatening to overrun the catering table. If I was in charge I
ing said, I o er you a column I wrote for the defense of our country. would have grabbed a whistle and a clipboard and divided the
kids into four groups. Okay you kids head over to the piñata,
several years ago. Eleventh in the eyes of Hebrew citizens, this fold this group is playing “blind man’s blu ,”this group is going to
play tag and the rest of you are doing “pin the tail on the don-
At Art’s grave site, I watched with tears and pride represents the lower portion of the seal of King David key.”Already I have a good portion of the children blindfolded,
and the rest of the children are hiding from them, and for good
as the two young Marines silently and carefully folded and King Solomon and glori es, in their eyes, the God reason. Now the tra c near the chicken ngers has subsided,
so I parallel park myself over there. I’m always surprised at how
his ag. I recalled Art telling me that each fold had a of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. big a chicken’s ngers are compared to the rest of its body.

distinct meaning. For my own satisfaction, I needed to Twelfth fold in the eyes of Christian citizens repre- It’s obvious to me that Lauren and Tim should be work-
ing as consultants on how to keep a million kids busy at your
know what each fold represented. e American Le- sents an emblem of eternity and glori es, in their eyes, party, so that you can have an adult conversation and not
worry that children are going to say things about math or
gion website gave me my answer, explaining the Folds God the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.” current events that you’re not going to understand. It was a
win-win situation. We had a great time, and I’m sure everyone
of the Flag, which I share with you (edited for space). When the ag is completely folded and tucked in, left happy and most people took their kids back home with
them. But I wouldn’t be surprised if they woke up Monday
“First fold is a symbol of life. the stars are uppermost, reminding us of our national and there was a leftover kid or two in the yard, with a cotton
candy and a piñata stick, smoking a Cuban cigar.
Second is a symbol of our belief in eternal life. motto: “In God We Trust.” oughts, words and an
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ird fold is in honor and remembrance of the honorable tradition to consider: carefully read and at 12 Peekskill Lounge Friday evening, June 21, 8:30 p.m. at 12
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Fourth represents American citizens trusting in Cagney sang and danced his way through George M.

God whom we turn to in times of peace as well as in Cohan’s “You’re a Grand Old Flag:”

times of war. “You’re a grand old ag,

Fifth fold is a tribute to our country. You’re a high- ying ag,

Sixth fold is where our hearts lie. It is with our And forever in peace may you wave.

heart that we pledge allegiance to the ag of the You’re the emblem of the land I love,

United States of America. e home of the free and the brave.

Seventh is a tribute to our armed forces, for it is Ev’ry heart beats true

through the armed forces that we protect our country ‘Neath the Red, White and Blue,

and our ag against all enemies, whether they are found Where there’s never a boast or brag.

within or without the boundaries of our republic. But should auld acquaintance be forgot,

Eighth fold is a tribute to the one who entered into Keep your eye on the grand old ag.”

the valley of the shadow of death. Proudly y the stars and stripes with love—we do!

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In praise of the public library

STRONG knowledge they can imagine lit- place where people have a chance unteer work, internships and urban, suburban, or rural.
LEARNING erally at their ngertips. Yet, every to meet others. ere actually is jobs, and a ord little children Support and celebrate your
little town and big city still has a no other place in a community the opportunity to learn about
DR. LINDA library and they’re still alive and for this to occur outside of houses sharing which is essential to child public library!
SILBERT well and needed more than ever. of worship or schools. development. Dr. Linda

Dear Dr. Linda, e public library is just that— Libraries today are meeting e public library has lasted Dr. Linda is co-author of “Why
Please remind your readers public. As a result, it’s open to places for free “mommy and this long because it serves the Bad Grades Happen to Good Kids,”
everyone in the community and me” groups, free story times for needs of the community. And un- and director of Strong Learning
to visit their public library this not just those who can a ord preschoolers, book club meetings, less we fail to support the institu- Tutoring and SAT/ACT Test Prep.
summer. We, along with our to purchase books. It o ers free community plays, concerts, art tion as it has supported the com- Send your questions to [email protected]
neighboring libraries are o er- access to books and other forms displays and senior citizen get- munity itself, it will continue to Find more
ing a variety of programs for of education and culture. It’s the togethers. In other words, they are be the heart of every city, whether articles at
preschoolers, children, teens center of the community where where people of similar interests
and adults. Unfortunately, many residents can meet face to face. and needs can meet others in the KAVELLE
people only think of the library as community—and membership
a place to go if you want to bor- Each community has public doesn’t cost a thing (unless you FROM PAGE 11
row books. We o er much more. schools designed speci cally to don’t return your checked-out
Just contact us to learn about our educate the children. Each com- books on time) Day,” because independence connotes not seeking others for their
summer programs. anks so munity has a police station and a opinions…remember we must be even handed.
much. In addition to lending books,
re department (also created by libraries across the country also Changing a word does not change its meaning. Deaf and blind
Lauren, a dedicated librarian Benjamin Franklin) to protect lend books on tape, videos, cake have been revised to hearing and vision impaired. Were deaf and
and assist everyone in emergen- pans, framed posters, tools, as well blind prejudiced words or just descriptions of conditions? People no
Dear Lauren, cies. Each community has a post as original art. Special collections longer use the word “gay” to describe a happy time. Somehow, they
ank you so much for con- o ce (also created by Benjamin grow out of speci c community are afraid to say they are “gay.” Isn’t THAT being judgmental? is
Franklin) so its residents can needs. happens to be “Gay Pride Month,” so being gay and being Gay are
tacting me because it gives me a send letters, packages, etc. to synonymous. Toujour gai!
chance to talk about the impor- others around the world. And, ey also have become in-
tance of public libraries. each community has a town hall volved in providing support for In our country December 25 is celebrated as both a religious and
where local laws and issues are residents—partnering with local secular holiday. To the religious it is a holy day; to the rest it is a
When Benjamin Franklin addressed. agencies to address social issues celebration of life and love. I still say “Merry Christmas.” “Happy
founded the rst library in 1731, like providing meals for hungry Holidays” to me is empty and sterile. If my friends are observing
he could never have imagined e public library is the only children or by providing tutor- Hanukkah, I say “Happy Hanukkah.” If people are o ended by this,
that 288 years later, libraries community municipality that is ing for immigrants in order to well, I’m a Seasoned Citizen and, perhaps like an old dog, I can’t be
would not be as valued because of devoted to the intellectual and learn English. Many libraries taught new tricks.
the Digital Age. Back in Frank- social welfare of the community. that provide reading help or help
lin’s time, next to schools, the with tax return preparation. Some Contact Adrienne at [email protected]
library was the hub of knowledge e original idea was to provide even provide video conferenc-
in the community. access to books of all kinds— ing for small start-up businesses,
books from which to acquire while others provide resources
But now, the value of the knowledge, books with informa- for people with disabilities. For
library seems to have been dimin- tion to help us solve problems, example, some libraries have sta
ished because of technological books with stories for our members uent in sign language.
advancements. People have all the entertainment and development,
or all three. Libraries today still Finally, libraries provide teens
provide books and they provide, with opportunities to do vol-
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Enea, Scanlan
and Sirignano, LLP

BY BOB DUMAS can happen when people fail to prepare. a young age is very important.” thony, who is the incoming chair of the
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR But the rm is built to help its clients Lauren said if an illness befalls a loved Senior Lawyer Section of the New York
avoid just that and help them navigate State Bar Association, which advises at-
Benjamin Franklin once famously what can be an intimidating landscape one, questions will arise as to what steps torneys about transitioning from their
said, “By failing to prepare, you are pre- of laws, regulations and red tape. are taken to protect their assets. law practice into retirement. “It’s not just
paring to fail.” a skill you develop overnight.”
e rm, which has 35 years’ expe- “Did they transfer their assets to a
It’s a motto that Somers attorney rience helping people traverse these Medicaid Asset Protection Trust? Do Anthony is also former chair of the
Anthony J. Enea has instilled in his often-complex issues, helps its clients they have a last will and testament, pow- Elder Law and Special Needs Section of
children, Lauren and Michael, both of with Medicaid planning, special-needs er of attorney and healthcare proxy?” she the State Bar and president of the West-
whom have followed in their father’s planning, guardianships, and probate said. “We provide our clients the solu- chester County Bar Foundation, which
footsteps. and estate administration. Anthony and tions to these issues.” raises funds to pay for newly admitted
all the rm’s partners and associates help attorneys who provide legal services to
Michael just graduated from law people plan and protect their assets in Anthony began practicing elder law in the indigent and underrepresented.
school this spring and in 2016, Lauren the event of an unforeseeable problem, the late 1980s as the Baby Boomers be-
joined her father’s rm, Enea, Scanlan such as illness or injury. ese matters, came concerned with planning for their “I enjoy working with Lauren,” An-
and Sirignano, LLP, which is headquar- which often become issues for the whole long-term healthcare needs. thony said. “I nd that on many things,
tered in White Plains, and also has an family, are at the core of the day-to-day we think alike, and on others she brings
o ce in Somers. practice of the rm. “I noticed demographically that we a di erent perspective and dynamic to
had a very large aging population and the rm. She is obviously much more
“We’ve been living in Somers for “Unfortunately, one day we all get there was nobody advising them what computer-savvy, and she’s helped move
over 25 years now,” said Anthony, who older and have the same issues,” Lau- could happen to their nances in the the rm into the next century when it
is very active with the senior commu- ren said. e father/daughter team each event they became sick and needed comes to technology, how we operate,
nity in Heritage Hills. “It’s a nice story brings something special to the table. long-term care, either in a nursing home and how we serve our clients.”
because both of my children grew up in or at home,” he said.
Somers and went through the Somers “I am focused on young families to Lauren agrees, saying the dynamic
school system and now my daughter has make sure they have all their ducks in a In 1992, he co-founded the Elder Law works well, as they have the same vision
decided to buy her rst home and live row,” said Lauren, who helps her clients Committee of the Westchester County for the rm.
in and raise her family here. Our roots with new wills and power of attorney Bar Association, believing that seniors
are rmly in place in the town we call documents. “I have a di erent perspec- needed to be protected from the costs of “We really want to bring to the fore-
home.” tive because it is possible that our gener- long-term care. is need has exploded front that you don’t have to be 60 to 65-
ation will see a lot less growth in savings with what has been described by AARP plus to start planning for your future,”
e father/daughter duo, whose spe- and investments, such as real property. as a “tsunami” of dementia patients and Lauren said. “ at’s something you need
cialties include elder care, estate plan- So, being in the best position possible at people living longer. to do always—you always need to have
ning, wills, trusts and more, knows what some sort of plan.”
“Knowing all of the intricacies takes
a great deal of time and skill,” said An-

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Old age

BY MYLES EITEN people. It must relate in some measure to how you feel apartment building he lived in. My dad never had a
GUEST COLUMNIST physically, and to where you t in the aging process of middle-aged or aged pot-belly, and he always looked
the society you occupy. I de nitely remember when Joy years younger than his age. When he would go to his
Old age. If you are lucky, you’ll have one. And and I had our rst child, Jonathan, and we were com-
if you do, is it meant to be enjoyed or simply ing home from the hospital with our newborn. We ve-yearly college reunions of his CCNY graduating
accepted or perhaps just tolerated, or worse, pre-arranged for a mother’s helper for that rst week, class, his classmates, sadly a few less each get-together,
feared? Best of all would be celebrated. Maybe it’s a a woman who told us how proud she was to hold a job would wonder who was this youngster in their midst.
mix of all of these. It is surely a time of life di erent in of such importance, especially at her age. In her heavy But eventually Time wins its battle, and my last view of
so many ways from what came before. mid-European accent, she said in her crackedy voice, my father in the nursing home I had to put him in was
“And can you believe it (and I don’t think she could of a man tied to a wooden chair so he wouldn’t fall out
At what age does a person stop getting older and even believe it herself ) I’m 62-1/2 years old!” I believed of it. I would much rather have pictured him walking
actually become old? she considered that her old age. into a sunset.

When does old age begin? It depends on how you Compare that to Bernard Baruch, the famed nan- Old age comes to most people with sorrowful regrets.
fared in your middle years or even how your parents cier, who said, “To me, old age is always ten years older e speed of time guarantees it; and it’s all so very, very
handled theirs. Unlike your teens and your twenties than I am.” personal. In my case, I have regrets about all the books
and thirties and forties, even your fties, all of which I wanted to read, but left to tomorrow. Well, tomorrow
you most likely approached with plans and anticipations e comedian, George Burns, irted with old age. He has come. I’d better shorten my list. Or regrets about
and with dreams yet to be realized, old age, if you feel it said, “If you live to be one-hundred, you’ve got it made. the book or play I wanted to write, but didn’t. Or regrets
sneaking up on you, plays tricks on your points of view, Very few people die past that age.” Gorge, of course, about not expressing my deepest heartfelt feelings to
making you less sure of the path to follow. knew it was a joke. He died forty-eight days after he that dear friend, or my mother, or father, or brother.
turned 100. Memory is supposedly the rst thing to fade as one
Polls have been taken. Adults between the ages of 30 ages. Not so with me.
and 49 think old age begins at 69. People who are cur- e 20th century author, Aldous Huxley, wrote from Memories are my joy ey keep me company and
rently 50 to 64 believe old age starts at 72. a more philosophical approach of old age. “ e secret of give me a quiescent kind of comfort, replaying in my
genius,” he posed, “is to carry the spirit of the child into mind moments of happiness.
ose who are 65 and older settle on 74. Women say old age. which means never losing your enthusiasm.” Old age is also a challenge, a greater challenge than I
old age begins at 70. Men, who live on average a few ever faced before, making me more mindful to live each
years less than the weaker sex, pinpoint it at 66. My father, who passed away at 91, never lost his day as if it were my last. For who knows, who knows?
enthusiasm. And he never lost his love of basketball Look at clouds as if I never saw them before. Fill my
e consensus is just that, a consensus, a general either. A 5’8” varsity player at City College of eyes with the beauty of spring, the colorful emergence
agreement. e United of wild owers, the bursting of leaves from the millions
New York, graduating in 1918, he still was shoot- of trees that surround us and cuddle us, soak in the
Nations came up with a worldwide answer, 65-plus ing baskets in his 80’s in the schoolyard across the warmth of a sun whose sole purpose is to give light and
(it’s the plus that makes me wonder, is that a small plus street from his Miami Beach apartment. at’s when life. Miracles all, as is my future.
or a big plus)? Others, gerontologists mainly, because he wasn’t doing his every morning ve minutes of I, like you, am just a dot in time. But it’s my dot. And
of advances in health that gently nudge up life expec- exercise, kicking his legs in bed before getting up, I’m going to ride it as far as it will go.
tancies, have sub-divided old age into the young-old and then taking his usual half-mile walk when the
(65 to 74), the middle-old (75 to 84) and the old-old weather permitted. And if the weather was blah, he’d
(85-plus). walk the two-block-long corridors several times in the

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War Dog Somers SYSO cheer Commissioner, Jackie Cavuoto Center, Route 100, Somers, be- e workshop runs contiguously
Memorial Unveiling at [email protected] hind CVS. For more information, throughout the year. e fee is
Somers SYSO cheer registra- mor. Register at: somersnycl. contact Kenny at 914-248-0883. $150 per six-week session on a

Join Westchester County tion for k-8 is open until June Women’s rolling admission on Friday at
Executive George Latimer for 21. Organization of 10 a/m. Bring your ideas, paper,
the ceremony to unveil a new Charity car show pen and pencil or laptop with
War Dog memorial that honors Uniform ttings will be Mon- Hadassah you so you can develop strate-
military dogs that have served day, June 24 from 6-8 p.m. at e 4th Annual Car Show gies for becoming a lifelong
Van Tassell House.

soldiers in past and present con- Grades 3-8 season will begin honoring the VFW in memory writer. People at all skill levels

icts. e ceremony is 11 a.m. to Aug. 12. Grades K-2 season of Louis DeMarco is 10 a.m. to On Wednesday, July 10, at are welcome. Contact Linda at:

2 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at Las- will begin the rst full week of 3 p.m. June 23 with a rain date of noon, the Tamar chapter of the 914-617-9195

don Park Arboretum and Veter- school. June 30. Registration fee is $20. Women’s Organization of Ha- ‘Triple Play’

ans Memorial. e unveiling is If you are interested in learn- All proceeds bene t the VFW. dassah will hold its Annual Gala

scheduled for 1 p.m. ing more please contact the e car show is at Somers Town Luncheon at the Four Brothers Watercolor Exhibit
at Muscoot Farm
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Introducing Somers a Somers resident, is the water-
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Gianna Ferranti, DDS. Independence Day Center, Hope Friedland teaches
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games and rides for kids and June 1, 12:30-3:30 p.m.

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SROs SROs “provide a level of security that is good for the among third-graders at Primrose Elementary was be-
students, the teachers, the school sta and the parents,” fore SROs and how much it had been reduced because

Kaplowitz said, adding that he was glad to be able “to of the constant police presence?”

local police also patrol the campuses during and after convince most of my colleagues to support the health “Neither the local school board nor the police could

school hours. and safety of the school district.” provide any metrics for measuring the program’s pro-

North Salem requested one SRO for its two cam- e other “aye” votes were cast by legislators Cath- fessed success,” he said.

puses: the Pequenakonck Elementary School and the erine Parker, Nancy Barr, Catherine Borgia, Gordon Maher said he asked that a vote be postponed so the

Middle/High School. A. Burrows, Terry A. Clements, Margaret A Cunzio, matter could be studied further. His motions—made in

MaryJane Shimsky, David J. Tubiolo, Alfreda Williams, committee—to reduce the length of the ve-year con-

WHAT SROS DO Lyndon Williams, and Benjamin Boykin. tracts to one or three years, were unsuccessful.

e SROs’ salaries and bene ts are paid for by the Voting “nay” were legislators Damon Maher, who Johnson could not be reached for comment Friday.

districts during the school year. e county assumes represents Eastchester, New Rochelle, Tuckahoe, and

those costs during the summer when the o cers switch Christopher Johnson, who represents Yonkers. ‘VITAL’ TO COMMUNITY

to patrolling its public parks. Absent for the vote were legislators John Testa and Calling the SRO program “a great example of a shared

“ rough this shared service, we will make students Virginia Perez. service the county can provide local school districts,”

safer, and our parks will be safer at a more e cient cost,” Katonah resident Covill said the o cers give students

County Executive George Latimer said in 2018. OPPOSITION EXPLAINED and parents the opportunity to have positive “interac-

According to county o cials, the SROs duties in- Maher, who, along with Covill and Johnson, is a tions with law enforcement.”

clude: assisting administrators in developing school member of the county’s Public Safety Committee, said e SROs “are vital members of our school commu-

security and emergency response plans, participating in he opposed the renewal of the SRO deals. Maher said nities,” agreed Somers schools Superintendent Dr. Ray-

lockdown drills, monitoring hallways and parking areas, the following: mond Blanch.

helping to screen visitors, checking exterior doors, and • ere “is no real evidence” that having armed o cers “ ey know the students by name and they are in-

providing security at school and sporting events. in schools makes them safer “from attacks by mentally volved in the day-to-day operations of our schools. Not

Besides fostering relationships with students, they can disturbed individuals with weapons of mass murder, as only do they provide a highly visible sign of security in

also refer them to youth agencies and programs, take was so tragically shown in the Parkland massacre.” our schools, these o cers are invaluable observers and

part in community-based drug and alcohol prevention • School shootings, while horrendous, are so rare so participants in keeping our students safe.”

programs and work with teachers to educate students the costs of “a so-called security measure that does not North Salem schools Superintendent Dr. Ken

about the dangers of bullying and sexting. really work” isn’t worth it. Freeston said the district initiated contact with the

e SRO services will cost Somers $597,709 • Children are more likely to be killed in car accidents, county police following the Sandy Hook tragedy.

in 2019/2020; $614,146 in 2020/2021; $631,035 so o cers might be better used to control tra c around e SRO program, he said, has been “enormously

2021/2022; $648,388 in 2022/2023; and $666,219 in schools. successful.”

2023/2024. • Troubled kids would be better served by adding e county helps with student safety/ security plan-

North Salem’s bill will be $149,427 in 2019/2020; more school psychologists and counselors who could ning and incident responses, participates on the dis-

$153,536 in 2020/2021; $157,759 in 2021/2022; help them “before things go terribly wrong.” trict’s Safety Committee, plans, observes and debriefs all

$162,097 in 2022/2023; and $166,555 in 2023/2024. • He didn’t buy the argument that the renewal of drills, and conducts investigations “on matters beyond

e SRO program is, Kaplowitz said, a “win-win for “certain up-county SRO contracts” would protect kids the lengths of the school day when necessary.”

all involved.” from “internal threats” such as drug activity and gang “Our students and sta feel safe and protected with

e vote approving the districts’ requests wasn’t a violence. the presence of the SRO and our partnership with the

complete “slam dunk,” the Somers resident said recently. He said he asked: “How bad the gang problem was County Police,” Freeston said.

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A: The Pap test (or Pap smear) screens for pre- always go away on their own. We usually surgically
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Medical Director, If abnormalities are found, you can be monitored or
Director of Quality and Outcomes treated so you don’t develop cervical cancer. A Pap test Q: How effective is the Pap test?
Institute for Robotic and involves scraping cells from your cervix to examine for A: Very. Routine Pap tests have decreased the rate of
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the rate of cervical cancer in the U.S.
Among women aged 20 to 30 years, cervical cell by 80 percent.
abnormalities often go away by themselves, so we
typically monitor rather than treat these women,
as cervical cancer develops slowly. However, when
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Author Day at SIS

Somers Intermediate School welcomed authors Matt Chandler, Alicia Klepeis,

and Peter Lerangis recently for Author Day. Students had books signed by the

authors,participated in workshops,and listened to the authors read from their books.

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Operation Cookie Drop

e following is from distribute to all branches of the boxes, created cards, ran the those who have served us and Girl Scout from Briarcli who is
Michelle Quinn: military. Project Soil table and spent time continue to serve us. currently serving our country.
with active and retired service-
Several Somers Girl Scout On June 1, the Girl Scouts men and woman. ey listened is year Operation Cookie SEE MORE PHOTOS
Troops took part in Operation dropped o donated boxes, to stories and gave back to all Drop donated its one millionth ON PAGE 23
Cookie Drop recently, a project sorted, packed and decorated box, and it is going to a former
where girls learn the importance
of giving back to the community
and thanking military personnel.
Boxes of cookies are sent to mil-
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Lions den

We Want You

By now you have seen the to live in, is important to pass-on freedom we gratefully enjoy. We honor those who serve veterans in then mingle with neighbors and
continuing campaign inviting from generation to generation. are honored to stand with veter- need such as My Brother Vinny family easing in to the reworks
the town to the annual Somers We Want You, to enjoy a day with ans who have served all over the and Westchester All Stars. Both display that culminates a day to
Independence Day celebration family and friends and commem- world to ensure those freedoms. It organizations go the extra mile to celebrate America.
and Block Party. We Want You, orate what brings us together. is our duty to honor the commit- lend veterans support.
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Somers residents Darrell Babboni, CEO of Honey-Do-Men, and
wife Edit and grandmother Marta Olah,visited Our Montessori School
June 12 to watch their children perform in the year-end recital,followed
by an international luncheon. Abigail, 9, a 4th grader, and Dante, 7, a
2nd grader, both played piano solos, and joined other students dancing,
playing the recorder, and singing in several languages. Babboni, along
with Halston Media Publisher Brett Freeman and omas Newman,
owner of T3 LogoWear, is being honored by the Somers Chamber of
Commerce at their annual Citizens of the Year dinner.

Thursday, June 20, 2019 The Somers Record – Page 25

Moms for Moms
Collection Drive

e Community Center of organizations for their tremendous

Northern Westchester’s third generosity:

Annual Moms for Moms Col- Bedford Discovery Early Child-

lection Drive took place in May. hood School, Bedford Free Library,

e purpose of the drive, which Bedford Hills Library, Bright Begin-

lead up to Mother’s Day, is to nings Preschool, Congregation Shir

raise awareness about the need in Shalom Early Childhood Center,

our own community and to en- Country Children’s Center, Early

courage local families to donate Friends Child Care, Katonah Play-

diapers, formula, wipes, and baby care, Katonah Village Kids, Katonah

food for those in need as 1 in 3 Village Library, Landmark School,

low-income families can’t a ord Little Feet Childcare Center, Little

diapers for their children. Learners of Westchester, Little Peo-

e concept of Moms for ple’s of Somers, Milo’s Play School,

Moms was conceived by local Mustard Seed Music Studio, Our

mothers who wanted to help Montessori School of Yorktown,

alleviate the nancial burden on Peek-A-Boo Childcare and Learn-

mothers struggling to provide for ing Center, Pied Piper Preschool,

their babies. e mothers had an Play Care Early Learning Center,

“aha moment” when they realized Pound Ridge Community Church

how easy it would be to buy an extra Playschool, Saw Mill Club Preschool,

box of diapers, donate diapers that St. John’s Early Learning Center, St.

their children had outgrown or give Matthew’s Preschool, Temple Shaa-

unopened formula or baby food. ray Te la Early Childcare Center, e

anks to the e orts of 27 local Learning Garden Day Care Center,

preschools, daycares and libraries, istlewaithe Learning Center.

the Moms for Moms Committee is e ort would not be possible

collected 2,000 pounds of baby food without the work of the Moms who

and diapers, helping all the mothers make up Moms-for-Moms Commit-

with babies & toddlers who turn to tee: Kathy Collins, Daria Culver, Fran

our food pantry for support. Dowling, Quinn Dowling, Danielle

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Somers Women’s Club welcomes new officers, members

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Thursday, June 20, 2019 SCHOOLS & CAMPS The Somers Record – Page 31

Kennedy Catholic
HS graduates the

The Kennedy Class of 2019 and their
friends and family.



Kennedy Catholic held its Valedictorian Eileen Cooney
commencement June 8, at St. Joseph’s
Church in Somers, graduating 144

Following the familiar strains of
“Pomp and Circumstance” and an
invocation delivered by Anthony
Sanseverino from the graduating
class, Patricia Curtin, the salutatorian
who lives in Hawthorne, took to the
podium. Curtin, a National Merit
Scholarship winner who will be
attending Notre Dame, delivered an
alternately whimsical and moving
speech that lit upon the transience, and
importance, of memories made in high

Diplomas were then conferred by
e Most Reverend Peter Byrne,
auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese
of New York, and Rev. Mark G.
Vaillancourt, Ph.D, president and
principal of Kennedy Catholic.
A number of local businesses and
service groups rewarded nearly two
dozen members of the graduating
class for both their scholarship and
public service. e Somers Women’s
Club, Somers Democratic Club,
Somers Police Benevolent Association,
Weinstein Pharmacy of Katonah,

SEE KENNEDY PAGE 32 Salutatorian Patricia Curtin

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TRUNK more information, visit www.somerss- KENNEDY
FROM PAGE 18 - Families tab - PTA and FROM PAGE 31

then SHS PTSA. All proceeds bene t Lincoln Hall Foundation, Northeast Westchester Rotary Club, Knights of Columbus
of Somers, and the Carmel-Kent Lions Club were among those acknowledged as the
tryout. Players must bring a soccer ball, the SHS Class of 2021. awards were made to the graduates. All that local money went to lining the graduates’
pockets on top of the nearly $42 million in merit-based college scholarships already
water, and shin-guards to tryouts. If TEAM Tuskers awarded to the Class of 2019.
your child cannot make the scheduled
In her valedictory speech, Ossining native Eileen Cooney thanked the school’s
tryout time, please email Mark Hopper faculty for their focus upon developing her “moral compass.” Cooney, headed for
Providence College, was also the recipient of a NY State Scholarship for Academic
at [email protected] TEAM Tuskers mentoring is look- Excellence.

SYSO Football ing for committed, dedicated adult men Kennedy maintains a very active and invested alumni community, and the school
and women to spend an hour each week wastes no time in bolstering its ranks. Fred Compton, director of advancement and
alumni relations, formally
for Fall 2019 during the school year to support a stu- inducted the Class on 2019
dent in the schools. Mentoring is based into the Kennedy Catholic
Alumni Association just before
Somers Youth Football registration is on building a supportive relationship the newly-minted grads led
out of the church.
OPEN! between an adult and a student—to
From the invocation
Tackle football is available for 3rd to provide insight, to guide, to listen and to through the valedictory, the
name of the 145th graduate
8th grades and ag is available for 1st be supportive. Mentors meet with their was continuously invoked
during the ceremony. Brendan
and 2nd grades. mentee for about an hour each week at Maguire, member of the
Kennedy Class of 2019 until
Please visit somersnyfb.sportssignup. either SIS or SMS, before school, dur- his death from cancer last
summer, was a beloved presence
com to register! ing lunch or after school. Rooms have in the classroom and on the
ball eld. Maguire’s family has
More information also available at been set aside in each school for these established a scholarship in his
name. meetings and are equipped with games,
Rev. Mark G. Vaillancourt, Ph.D,
Somers School District arts and crafts, puzzles, sports equip- president and principal
ment, and a computer. of Kennedy Catholic.

If you are interested, please visit PHOTO COURTESY OF RICH KIRBY

Senior scholarship information; email

Several scholarships are currently [email protected], or

available on Naviance and many more call 914-481-2716.

will be added in the coming weeks. St. Luke’s Food Pantry
Seniors can search for scholarships in

Naviance in the colleges section. e

Scholarship List can be found at the Help our Somers Community by

bottom of the page under Scholarships helping the Somers Volunteer Fire

and Money. A weekly email will go out Dept ll the St. Luke’s Food Pantry.

to all Seniors and their parents with Donations can be brought to the Fire

scholarship information starting in late House (Rte 202) on the rst Wednes-

November and Scholarship Workshops day of every month from 5-7 p.m., or

will be scheduled. you can drop o donations at St. Luke’s

The Somers High School Class of o ce on Tues/Wed/ ur from 9 a.m.

2021 is selling car window decals. For to 1 p.m.

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Liam Kaseta
Senior pitcher has All-Section season for Tuskers

Somers senior Liam Kaseta was a close bond with the kids who professional athlete and pro or
a starting pitcher/out elder/ rst weren’t on varsity last year. college sports team?
baseman for the varsity baseball
team. What was your favorite team My favorite professional athlete
activity, pregame or postgame is Aaron Judge. And my favorite
BY ROB DIANTONIO ritual that you shared with your professional team is the Yankees.
What is your favorite music to
How old were you when you Before every game, we played listen to warming up for a game?
started playing baseball and how the song, “Shipping up to Boston”
did you get started? to get us all red up. I like listening to rap music
before games.
I started playing baseball when
I was 3 years old. My grandfather Who has been your biggest role If you could have one contact with
saw that I loved throwing the ball model over the years and what superpower, what would it be and someone.
around and my parents thought have you learned from them? why?
that I would love baseball. What would you tell
My dad. He has done so much It would be time travel because a young athlete growing
How did you feel overall about for me over the years by driving I want to see what my future is up in Somers about the
the varsity baseball season this me to baseball tournaments and going to be like. experience of being part of
year? helping me contact coaches to the baseball program and why
get recruited. If it wasn’t for him I If you could pick one place to should they go out for the team?
Our season didn’t go as we wouldn’t be here today. visit on vacation that you’ve never
expected but playing one last been to, where would you go and Don’t let any teammate, coach
season with all of my friends will Tell us one thing about yourself why? or parent doubt your ability to play
be something I will never forget. that not a lot of people know? the sport because at the end of
I would like to visit Hawaii the day if you work your hardest,
Why do you think you were I am ambidextrous. I throw because I love going to the beach you will prove them wrong. You
able to be successful this season righty and bat lefty. I write lefty and there is nice weather all the should go out for the team because
as a pitcher? and shoot a basketball righty. time there. of the great coaching sta here at
Somers. ey know a lot about the
is winter I worked really hard Will you continue to play What is your favorite food to game and they will push you to be
to get my velocity up and get in baseball in college? If yes, where eat before or after a game? the best baseball player you can.
shape. I knew I just had to throw are you going and why did you
strikes and have con dence on the pick that school? My favorite food to eat before a PHOTO: ROB DIANTONIO
mound. game is a bacon, egg and cheese.
Yes, I will be attending SUNY
As a senior on the team, how Oneonta next year. I picked the Best place to eat in Somers?
much did you value being a school because it’s a good distance Route 100 Market. It has great
leader? from home and I loved the campus sandwiches and I go there basically
size. everyday during lunch when I’m
Being a leader was a great at school.
experience for me. If anyone had Do you know what you want to
questions on our team or was study in college? Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat or
having trouble with something, Instagram? Why?
they would ask me for help and I will be studying education in
I loved helping them out. at’s college. Snapchat, because that’s the
how I created quickest way to get in
Who is your favorite

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Prevent dehydration this summer

A person’s desire to be dehydration di erently. However, Understanding dehydration help restore electrolyte balance summer heat may be especially
outdoors can sometimes be at there are some common and how to prevent it is that was adversely a ected vulnerable. Limiting time spent
odds with the outdoors itself. e symptoms that indicate someone essential for anyone who plans when kids became sick. e outdoors on hot days and keeping
dead of winter tends to be a time is dehydrated. ese symptoms to spend time outside during solution can be equally e ective a close eye on your uid intake
of year when people know to include: the summer. at restoring electrolyte balance and uid levels can help prevent
stay indoors, but the dog days of that was thrown o during heat dehydration.
summer can be dangerous as well. • thirst, PHOTO PROVIDED BY exposure.
• less frequent urination, METRO CREATIVE CONNECTION Article courtesy of
Heat-related diseases like • dry skin, Dehydration poses a signi cant Metro Creative Connection.
dehydration can put lives at risk. • fatigue, a lot, should keep a close eye on health risk at any time of year, but
According to Johns Hopkins • light-headedness, uid loss when spending time people who spend time out in the
Medicine, children and people • dizziness,
over the age of 60 are particularly • confusion, and outdoors in the summer. Sports
susceptible to dehydration. • dry mouth and mucous drinks that help people maintain
Understanding dehydration and membranes, their electrolyte balance, such
how to prevent it is essential for • increased heart rate and as Gatorade, can help prevent
anyone who plans to spend time breathing. dehydration as well. Pedialyte
outside during the summer. Children who are dehydrated is often recommended for sick
may exhibit additional infants or children who have
WHAT IS DEHYDRATION? symptoms, including dry mouth experienced vomiting, as it can
e U.S. National Library of and tongue; no tears and crying;
no wet diapers for several hours;
Medicine notes that a dehydrated sunken abdomen, eyes or cheeks;
body does not have enough uid listlessness; irritability; and
and electrolytes to work properly. skin that does not atten when
On an average day, the human pinched and released.
body needs about three quarts
of water. But the USNLM notes HOW TO PREVENT
that anyone planning to spend DEHYDRATION
time outside in the hot sun needs
signi cantly more water than Drinking plenty of uids when
that to avoid dehydration. working or playing in the sun is
one way to prevent dehydration.
WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF Being sure to take in more uid
DEHYDRATION? than you are losing is another way
to prevent dehydration. Anyone,
Johns Hopkins Medicine and especially people who sweat
notes that people experience

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CLUES ACROSS 31. Computer giant 56. Cavalry sword 26. Basics For puzzle solutions, please see
1. Drains 32. Luxury automaker 60. Scottish island 27.Type of jazz
5. Cleveland baseball 35. Made disappear 61. Cyprinid fishes 28. Remove
team 37. Mandela’s party 63. Italian seaport 29. Seaport in
10. Leans in for apples 38. Greek personification 64. Fruit tree Finland
14. Language spoken in of Earth 65. Old World lizard 32. Large formation
India 39. Semitic lords 66. U. of Miami mascot of aircraft
15. Norwegian parish 40. Where to put 67. Gentlemen 33.You should eat
16. Wings groceries 68. Cover with drops, as three every day
17. “Family City, USA” 41. Healthy lunch with dew 34. Dips feet into
18. Prague 42. Greek mountain 69. Don’t stick it out 36. Patti Hearst’s
19.Tottenham footballer 43. Disfigure CLUES DOWN captors
Alli 44. Ramble on 1. Broken branch 37. Swiss river
20. Cakes 45. Partner to carrot 2. A distinctive quality 38. Talk
22. A way to save for 46. Figure surrounding someone 40. Humorous
retirement 47. Mock 3. Commoner conversation
23. Good gosh! 48. Former CIA 4. It can be poisonous 41. Gurus
24. HBO Dust Bowl series 49. Salts 5. Recipe measurement 43. Actress
27. ELO drummer Bevan 52. Bleated 6. Eager Gretchen
30. Kids’ game 55. Never sleeps 44. Hitters need
7. City in one
Finland 46. Offer
8. Acting 47. Flower cluster
appropriately 49.The Navy has
9. Pitching stat them
10. Cops wear 50. Palmlike plant
one 51. Vaccine
11. Evergreen developer
genus 52. Guys (slang)
12. Lacking 53. Jai __, sport
hair 54. Assert
13. Witnesses 57. Beloved movie
21. Supplies to pig
excess 58. __ Clapton,
23.This street musician
produces 59. Gamble
nightmares 61. Hit lightly
25. Cool! 62. Carpenter’s tool

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NEW YORK STATE 2, with aquatic pesticide Cutrine AVAILABILITY FOR Rd., Pound Ridge, NY 10576. Lane, Carmel, NY 10512.
DEPARTMENT OF Plus (act. ingredient: Copper PUBLIC COMMENT e o ce address in DE is 203 General Purpose.
ENVIRONMENTAL Ethanolamine Complex, mixed)
CONSERVATION NOTICE OF for control of algae; and aquatic Comments on this project NE Front St., Ste. 101, Milford, LLC FORMATION NOTICE
COMPLETE APPLICATION pesticide Avast (act. ingredient: must be submitted in writing DE 19963. Cert. of Formation
Fluridone) for control of Curley to the Contact person no later Notice of Formation of
than 7/12/2019 or 30 days after led with Je rey W. Bullock, BPR Consulting LLC. Art.
Secy. of State, John G. Townsend

Date: 06/10/2019 Leaf Pondweed. publication date whichever is Bldg., 401 Federal St., Ste. 4, Of Org. led with SSNY on

rst. Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: Any May 13, 2019. O ce Location:

APPLICANT: AVAILABILITY OF lawful activity. Westchester County. United

LIMTED PARTNERSHIP Filed application documents, TRACEY L O’MALLEY Inc., 7014 13th Avenue, Ste

ANGLEBROOK GOLF and Department draft permits NYSDEC CY.DO, PLLC, Arts of 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228

CLUB where applicable, are available 21 S Putt Corners Rd Org. led with Sec. of State of designated as agent of the LLC

100 US RTE 202 for inspection during normal New Paltz, NY 12561 NY (SSNY) 5/1/2019. Cty: upon whom process against it

LINCOLNDALE, NY 10540 business hours at the address of (845) 256-3054 Westchester. SSNY desig. as may be served. U.S. Corporation

FACILITY: the contact person. To ensure APPLICATION FOR agent upon whom process Agents, Inc., shall mail process
ANGLEBROOK timely service at the time of AUTHORITY against may be served & shall to: 1190 Boston Post Road, Rye,
GOLF inspection, it is recommended mail process to Christian NY 10580. Purpose: any lawful

CLUB that an appointment be made Youssef, 4 Martine Ave., purpose.

100 US RTE 202 with the contact person. Application for Authority of White Plains, NY 10606-4016. LLC FORMATION NOTICE
SOMERS, NY South Bedford Road Capital, Purpose: Medicine.

QUALITY REVIEW SEQR of NY (SSNY) 6/4/19. Formed Arts of Org. led with Sec. of

3-5552-00059/00007 DETERMINATION in DE 5/31/19. O ce loc.: 30 Blossom Lane LLC, Arts State of NY (SSNY) 6/29/2018.

Permits(s) Applied for: A draft environmental impact Westchester County. SSNY is of Org. led with Sec. of State Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig.

statement has been prepared on designated as agent of LLC upon of NY (SSNY) 5/29/2019. as agent upon whom process

I ARTICLE 24 FRESHWATER this project and is on le. whom process against it may be Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. against may be served & shall

WETLANDS I ARTICLE served. e principal business as agent upon whom process mail process to 1039 Yonkers

15 TITLE 3 AQUATIC SEQR LEAD AGENCY loc. and address SSNY shall mail against may be served & shall Ave., Yonkers, NY 10704.

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