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Yorktown News 09.05.19

Vol. 8 No. 23 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, September 5, 2019

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Artist calls
Yorktown home

Features house renovation on Instagram

BY JESSICA JAFET unique way to design and create images on wood;
CONTRIBUTING WRITER one she describes as having a “vintage touch” to it.
She currently produces hundreds of cityscapes and
Tori Angelini had already been sharing her skylines each year that are sold in shops—as well
artistic creations on Instagram with nearly 28,000 as custom-made items like headboards, wall pieces
followers. e sunlit photos feature her original and even engagement and wedding photos (on
craftwork—from tabletops to custom-carved and wood blocks) that are ordered directly from the art-
printed wood pieces of all sizes. ist. Photos of those are featured on @toricangelini.

After the artist and her husband Matt found a As for Yorktown, Angelini said she sees a bright
house in Yorktown that ful lled their wishlist and future in her new town and hopes to attract and
purchased it in 2017, they decided to chronicle the foster an even bigger artistic community—espe-
home’s renovations on Instagram as well. ey call cially with a renovated barn and a future art space.
it the 1815 House (@the1815house) and are in
the process of of lovingly refurbishing it to its full “I love that the town has a very old school feel
charm and glory. to it, but I also like that it is trying really hard right
now to be up and coming,” the 28-year-old said.
“It is quirky and has good bones,” Angelini said. “We have all these new restaurants coming in, they
“We are going to try and keep it as much as possible are doing a bunch of renovations down the road—I
like the original, but that being said, we are going to am very excited, there is so much potential in this
have to modernize it a little bit and we are working town; it is in a great location and I like it here.”
slowly but surely.” e Colonial-style house in the
heart of Yorktown was previously the beloved home PHOTOS COURTESY OF TORI ANGELINI
of the Kibbe family for nearly 60 years. It features
wide plank oors, seven replaces, and includes a
separate barn with horse stables that Angelini plans
to transform into her work studio and gallery.

“My dream would be one day to have the down-
stairs where there are currently stables, to be my
studio space and my workshop; the upstairs would
be like a gallery/event space,”she said.“ I could help
other local artists and we could do collaborations,
exhibits and installations; I think that would be re-
ally cool.” Fixing up the house has been a journey
back in time, as the husband and wife have discov-
ered various photos and artifacts while renovating
the over 200-year-old home.

“ ere was a note in one of the ceilings dated
1842 [posted on Instagram] and we found a bunch
of other items like shoes and bottles,” Angelini ex-
plained. When they feel that the house is ready, the
couple hopes to include it in Yorktown’s historic
homes tour.

Angelini, who grew up in New Jersey and had
lived in the South for several years after receiving a
Bachelor of Fine Arts from Clemson University in
South Carolina, pinpoints the time when she bought
her rst home and lacked the means to buy furniture,
as the moment she decided to put her printmaking
talents to work and begin building her own pieces.

During that period, she developed and perfected a

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ConXpo North comes to Yorktown

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT Westchester County. “I talked the town into
STAFF WRITER ConXpo North is a free event calling investors, develop-
ers, architects and engi-
e Yorktown Small Busi- that will run from 8 a.m. to neers to this event to sort
ness Association (YSBA) and noon Wednesday, Sept. 25, at of say that Yorktown’s open
the town are partnering with the Albert A. Capellini Com- for business and here’s
the Westchester County O ce munity & Cultural Center, for- what were doing about
of Economic Development to merly known as the Yorktown economic development,”
bring the ConXpo North Busi- Community & Cultural Center, said Bob Giordano, YSBA
ness Conference to Northern 1974 Commerce St., Yorktown president.
e event will include a
PANCHOS NEW continental breakfast followed give business owners the op- governments, privately owned
& REMSTEAXUICRAANNT by opening remarks by County portunity to make connections businesses and organizations,
PAPGNA1RC&0NINHCO&GOHOOSSSPh1$:O8sc4aw5a-n2a8L4ak-e2R9o1a5d, Executive George Latimer, as with county executives and local networking groups, nonpro t
• Fax: 845-284-2916 well as keynote speaker Kecia businesses. organizations and educational
Palmer-Cousins, CEO of Aero- institutions.
Lake Peekskill, NY 10537 Ba-Soul Inc. and G&K Sweet e workshops will inform
PANCFHFOSOrder at:WHEN YOU SPEND A MINIMUM Foods. participants on how to help their A panel discussion will be
businesses grow. Some work- moderated by the Yorktown
&OF $40 ON LUNCH OR DINNER “I have learned rsthand the shops will advise individuals on Economic Business and Revi-
(Does not apply to take out & GrubHub orders.) value of becoming an MWBE how to become New York State- talization Committee. e panel
(Must show coupon.)GRGINRGIGNROGINGOSOSSPh [ M i n o r i t y / Wo m e n - o w n e d certi ed as a MWBE, Service- will include Town Supervisor
1 Business Enterprises member] Disabled Veteran-Owned Busi- Ilan Gilbert and other local of-
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I look forward to sharing my ex- Enterprise. ese certi cations cials, planners, investors and
periences with other small busi- help businesses by granting developers.
ness owners,” Palmer-Cousins easier access to resources and
said. contracts. Although ConXpo North
is free to the public, those who
ConXpo features three com- Other workshops will o er wish to attend must register by
ponents: workshops, exhibitors information on obtaining a con- Sept. 16.
and a panel discussion. tract from the county, as well as
information on resources and To register for the event, visit
Workshops run by West- gaining access to capital.
chester County are designed
to educate and help women, e Exhibition Hall will have To inquire about the availability
minority and veteran business participants from Westches- and cost of Expo tables, email
owners. ConXpo North will also ter County representing local


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Councilman Vishnu Patel with the new Eagle Scouts of Troop 165. for all the people of Yorktown

Three promoted to This is a team that knows leadership is not about
Eagle Scout showmanship. It’s about doing the work. Like

ree Boy Scouts from Troop erecting the Peace Pole, Michael negotiating contracts to save the Town money and
identifying new sources of millions in revenue.
165 were recently promoted to also added a rock garden around
Taking action to repair infrastructure and expand
Eagle Scout. the structure, cleaned, weeded and business opportunities. And strengthening vital

e Eagle Scout Court of mulched the temple grounds. programs that serve our community and
preserve our environment.
Honor was held for Michael Christian XavierGummerson
This is a team invested in a Town that was
Irving Buchwald, Christian wanted to create a makerspace, a neglected for too long. A team committed to

Xavier Gummerson and Joseph space generally used for people getting the job done for the betterment of
all the citizens of Yorktown.
Richard Volpato to celebrate their with similar interests to come

achievements. together to create, build, and learn,

Court of Honor signi es a for the John C. Hart Memorial

Boy Scout’s promotion to Eagle Library. However, the library did

Scout. Becoming an Eagle Scout not have the adequate space to

is achieved through hard work, dedicate a room to a permanent

with the recipient required to have makerspace,so Christian designed,

earned at least 21 merit badges, built and gathered materials for a

demonstrate leadership and have mobile STEAM makerspace cart

a positive impact on society. that would allow any room in the

e Scouts are required to library to transform into one.

complete a project that bene ts Joseph Richard Volpato, an

their community before ascending avid reader, wanted to share his

into the ranks of Eagle Scout. love of literature with others. He

Michael Irving Buchwald installed four Little Free Libraries

chose to contribute to his temple, in his community so that others

Temple Beth Am in Yorktown would have access to literature.

Heights, by adding a 6-sided Little Free Library is a nonpro t

Peace Pole to the grounds. e organization that has over 80,000

pole reads “May Peace Prevail on book exchange boxes around the

Earth” in 6 di erent languages: world. Joseph built and installed

English, Hebrew, Spanish, the Little Free Library book

Japanese, Arabic and Sanskrit. exchanges in hopes to inspire Re-elect Ilan Gilbert Re-elect Diana Quast
for Town Supervisor for Town Clerk
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Daughter publishes late father’s memoir
Somers resident penned his experience of World War II

BY CAROL REIF naveral, Fla., in the early 1950s.

CONTRIBUTING WRITER In an essay titled “ e Brown Briefcase,” Hengst re-

calls emerging from his family’s bomb shelter after an

A new memoir from a longtime Somers resident pro- air raid in August 1943 and discovering, to his horror,

vides an extraordinary perspective on his experience liv- that there was nothing left of their home but a cement

ing through World War II. stoop. He was 7 years old.

Werner Hengst, a Somers resident and educator, e briefcase was where his parents kept all their

was born in Lübeck, Germany, to Gerhard and Emma important papers, so they could be snatched up and

Hengst. carried to the shelter, which was stocked with food,

e co-founder of Our Montessori School in York- water and clothing, at a moment’s notice.

town Heights who once worked as a systems analyst for “ e bombs had taken away our house and most of

IBM passed away in 2016 at the age of 79. our town as easily as a wave on the beach could wash

Hengst’s daughter, Christy, who now lives in New away one of my sandcastles. ough I didn’t fully un-

Mexico, recently published gleanings from his volumi- derstand it at the time, it was a lesson about the imper-

nous journals in a book titled “From Peenemünde to manence of material things that I would never forget,”

Cape Canaveral, and Beyond.” Hengst wrote.

e essays and observations are, his family says, “by Hengst also learned young that human connections

turns, harrowing and enlightening.” can also be fragile.

He started writing down his memories in 1986 and He didn’t see his father for months at a stretch as the

eventually joined a writers group. His work has ap- older Hengst was an o cer in the Luftwa e (German

peared in Smithsonian, Snowy Egret and other maga- air force) and had been interred by the United States

zines, newspapers and anthologies, including “Child of after the war at a camp housing military prisoners.

My Child,” a collection of essays and poems by and for Hengst recalls that it was decades before his father

grandparents. was able to come to grips with the “inhuman horrors”

Hengst grew up in the little town of Peenemünde, one of the Holocaust, which he had previously decried as

of Germany’s ve military proving grounds during World “American propaganda.”

War II. His father, Dr. Gerhard Hengst, was a physicist Hengst writes that he felt deep shame and a sense of

who worked with Wernher von Braun, a German and “collective guilt” because of his heritage.

then an American aerospace engineer and space architect. As a 15-year-old, still “over there,” Hengst and a

Following the war, Von Braun was secretly moved to friend had to spend a night in jail for crossing the bor-

the United States along with other German scientists, der from Germany to Austria without a day pass.

engineers and technicians. SEE HENGST PAGE 9
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What color Celebrity sighting
is that dress?
F our years ago, the Internet Living in Northern READING, room picture window.
was lit up by the color of Westchester since WRITING & It was this idyllic waterfront
the dress controversy. Was 1987, I’ve spotted CHOCOLATE
the dress blue and black, or was actors and TV personalities setting, only a forty minute drive
MY on line at the Bedford movie from Manhattan and acces-
PERSPECTIVE sible by the Long Island Rail-

theater, at Muscoot farm, KIM road, that old time celebrities
browsing in a bookstore in gravitated to for their weekend

it white and gold? Everyone was JAMES New Canaan, at the local vacation retreats. In fact, the
rmly on one side or the other! MARTORANO
is Internet sensation actu- library, and in the grocery ornate Mediterranean-style villa

store. I remember years ago when singer Pat down the street from my home was once owned

ally highlighted a debate that Benatar and her husband, Neil Giraldo, walked by Harry Richman, a singer and piano player who

has been raging for hundreds of into the Food Emporium in New Canaan. Clad in started in vaudeville. Harry Richman made his

years in both philosophy and science: How much can we really know black leather, Neil strolled up to the deli counter Broadway debut in 1922 and appeared in George

about the real world? like it was no big deal. White’s Scandals in the 1920’s as a performer

Step one in understanding this problem is to appreciate the nature When I lived in Manhattan, I used to see and then as Master of Ceremonies. In the 1930’s,

of transducers. A transducer is anything that converts one form of celebrities quite often. My most memorable he appeared in the Ziegfeld Follies and on radio

energy into another. For example, a light bulb converts electrical sighting occurred when I was riding in a car broadcasts. He made his feature movie debut in

energy into light; a thermostat converts heat into mechanical motion, with my friend, Noel, in midtown. We stopped the 1930 Hollywood lm, Puttin’ on the Ritz.

which may then ick on a switch; Geiger counters convert radioactive at a red light just as my favorite actor, Al Pacino, Harry Richman had a hit record that year with his

radiation into audible sounds, and so on and so forth. Our senses are walked along Fifth Avenue right in front of the version of the title song by Irving Berlin.

our own transducers, which convert one kind of energy into another. car. Al was deep in conversation with another man According to my internet research, Harry

Since autumn is fast approaching, let’s imagine that we go apple- as they continued walking. I started screaming Richman married his second wife, Hazel Forbes,

picking. It’s a glorious fall weekend and a row of trees proudly exhibits inside the car and begged Noel to drive around a show girl from the Ziegfeld Follies in 1938 and

vibrantly red apples. We reach up, pluck an apple from the tree and the block when the light turned green so that we shared “a sumptuous home in Beechhurst.” By

hold it up in the sun. It is a magni cent red apple. What is happening could see Al Pacino again. I knew better than to 1942 they divorced and wife number three arrived

right now? e answer is that our visual transducers are in play. leap out of the car and go up to Mr. Pacino. I had in 1943. Harry Richman sold the ornate water-

As we observe the apple, frequencies of light from the sun are hit- read that he was often rude to fans. I did not want front home with dock and boathouse and spent

ting the apple. In high frequency light, the waves are close together; an unpleasant encounter to ruin this celebrity- the rest of his days living in California. When I

in low frequency light, they are far apart. e apple, due to its skin’s spotting experience. was growing up, that corner mansion property

molecular consistency, absorbs most frequencies and re ects a certain Recently my parents mentioned that the had been turned into a private school which my

kind back. When that particular light frequency hits our eyeball, it neighborhood I grew up in had once been a friends Alexandra and Noel attended.

exposes the photoreceptors in our eye to a certain number of waves celebrity enclave back in the 1930’s and 1940’s. But I was even more excited to uncover the fact

per second. Based on that, our optic nerve sends a signal to our brain. My parents had moved to Beechhurst, Queens, that Beechhurst had been drawing celebrities since

Our brain’s neurons, in turn, re in a particular kind of way, sending in the mid-1950’s as newlyweds. e two-story the early 1900’s. Silent movie stars like Mary Pick-

signals along a few neural pathways, and eventually a “red” experience red brick single family home on Riverside Drive ford and notables of the Broadway stage, vaudeville

emerges. had a lovely yard with apple, cherry, crabapple, and and movie industry including Charlie Chaplin,

Our apple-picking example raises the question: is there actual red- beech trees, a white stone bench, and birdbath. the Marx Brothers and W.C. Fields stayed at the

ness in the physical world? e wavelengths aren’t red—they are just In this residential neighborhood, children could Beechhurst Towers hotel. is sprawling four-story

waves that are either spread out or pushed together in di erent ways. play outside riding bicycles, roller skating, playing Tudor-style structure was one block away from the

e frequency of light is not a color; it’s just a collection of waves. punchball and games of freeze tag since few cars waterfront estates and beach areas. (Decades later,

e apple skin’s molecular structure is not a color but merely a sub- and trucks drove down the quiet streets. the Towers became an apartment house where my

stance that absorbs certain frequencies of light and rejects others. e Beechhurst is in northeast Queens tucked in old piano teacher and several school friends lived.

photoreceptors in the back of our eye aren’t red, and neither is the between the rogs Neck and Whitestone Bridges is Historic Landmark building converted into

electrical signal sent along our optic nerve or our neurons. Finally, the on the East River. e large homes directly on co-op apartments in 1988.)

neural con guration that produces the experience is not red either. the water had private beaches and docks. We had

So, does “red” actually exist? SEE MARTORANO PAGE 12 a neighborhood beach at the end of our street. I Kim Kovach often feels like a celebrity when passersby

grew up with a view of the water from my bed- compliment her columns!

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Thursday, September 5, 2019 OPINION Yorktown News – Page 11

Whys guy, eh?

BRUCE front of fast approaching vehicles party like it’s One ousand MY ACHING BACK “home in on”? Because people
THE BLOG that have the green light? Nine Hundred Ninety-Nine” is WHY do we say “Back in repeat expressions based on what
something no one said ever. they think they hear. e only
BRUCE WHY do parents who have 2015” when we never say “Ahead reason those avian messengers of
APAR time to complain about how a WHY do some people say, in 2020”? Nobody has to be re- yore are not being called “honing
youth sports program or a team is “You’re one of the only one I minded a future date is ahead of pigeons” today is because they
Every so often, I crack managed don’t have time to volun- know who likes that movie” us, but we constantly are stating have own the coop.
Whys. I have a thing teer to help manage youth sports? instead of “You’re one of the or writing that a past date is in
about certain things, only ones I know who likes that back of us. Who knew? WHY do we spell it “Dietitian”
including, but not limited to… WHY are we equivocal in say- movie,” since “one of ” is the tip-
motorists behaving boorishly, ing, “We would like to thank all o that there’s more than one. WHY do we say “hone in on” SEE APAR PAGE 12
language misuse, and a creeping those who supported our cause,” instead of the actual expression
disregard for simple civility. instead of unequivocally saying,
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say I should get a life. I will. WHY do some young dads SEPTEMBER STATUE
Tomorrow. Today, I just had to 11-15, 2019 PROCESSION
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hat) when eating with their fam- THURSDAY
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to respond to any of these, or ample for the kids, daddy-o. Hats THE 12TH
have some of your own vintage come o in restaurants. Yeah, it’s 6:30pm
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MARTORANO of the culinary skill of the most accom- responses of our mind to sensory data. APAR
plished chef, that’s all that exists. Flavors Our “knowledge” is a complex enter-
FROM PAGE 10 do not reside in the substances we ingest, prise, which is not given to the mind or FROM PAGE 11
but rather are byproducts of our minds, poured into it, but rather something it
e only thing that is “red” is our visual which take the stimuli and produce our manufactures. e nished product—our when all other professions that end the
experience of the apple. e property of experience. perceptions, concepts, ideas, beliefs, etc.— same way are spelled with a “c” and not
“redness” is a mental phenomenon, not a become our working hypothesis about the a “t”: Beautician, Physician, Electrician,
property of the real world. It is an experi- Our sense of smell and our experience world around us. Every idea is, in reality, Statistician, Mortician (and let’s stop
ence produced by our mind, in response of touch are subject to similar analysis. a subjective working model that enables right there because these examples are
to stimuli from the world. e debate over Gaseous molecules permeate the lining us to handle real life events or objects turning too dark). e answer is that,
the color of the dress is really a stunning of the olfactory membranes that cause with some degree of pragmatic e ciency. not unlike “honing in on,” someone
illustration of how our brains process our transducers to produce the experi- However, as intelligent beings, we are mistook Dietitian for Dietician and,
information. Author Marie Rogers calls ence of fragrance or odor or something able to compare our responses to di erent over time, the wrong version gained
it “a brilliant example of how breaking in between. Stimulus of pressure, heat, stimuli and make conclusions about their weight.
the perceptual system helps us learn more cold, touch, and pain all rely on our brain legitimacy. at process is called science.
about how our brains work.” to interpret and react to neural “infor- BANK WITHDRAWAL
mation” provided to it by our sensory e only reason science has been able to WHY do some people become
For philosophers, however, the dress apparatus. is is why it is possible for progress is that its analysis of what is real
example demonstrates much more, as it neurosurgeons to surgically poke the brain and what is not has made great strides apoplectic – as if they’re going through
reopens the epistemological debate: how of a patient, producing reactions that are over centuries. withdrawal – in taking a swipe at every
much can we ever really know about the identical to that person’s experience in the new bank that opens like it’s a den of
real world? Once again, I refer to the real world. Even the dress question has been the iniquity? Either they believe money is
transducer analysis, which can be applied target of scienti c analysis. Science main- the root of all evil or they converted
not just to sight, but to all our senses as But if we experience things so subjec- tains that the brain uses visual reference their life savings to bitcoin currency.
well. tively, can we really know much about points as it examines millions of observa-
the real world? Writer Court Holdgrafer tions. With that experience comes what WHY do we revere the good old
Our ability to hear sounds is dependent thinks that we cannot. He likens our is called color constancy. Coupled with days and good old ways of doing things
on the reception of sound waves and its ability to see reality to the little boy who contextual knowledge and a process called and in the same breath revere those
transmission to, and recon guration by, watches a baseball game through a knot- “top down” processing, our brains are able who disrupt the old ways of doing
our brains into actual sounds. e long- hole in a fence—all he can see is third to produce our color experiences. e things? Sorry. Can’t have it both ways.
standing question—does a tree falling in base. He watches the entire game through reason why “the dress” produces di er-
the woods, with no one to hear it, make a that hole. For him, baseball is about some ent results in di erent people is that the Bruce “ e Blog” Apar is a writer,
sound—now becomes easier to solve. e guy (the third baseman) standing around stimuli emanating from it are on the edge publicist, actor, and civic volunteer. He
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They say that bad MAN It was so hot that I
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and if I ever nd out for our basement from

who they are, I’m going RICK Amazon. It gets awfully

to tell them that they are MELÉN hot in the Amazon so I

absolutely correct. First, gured they must know

our air conditioning unit what they’re doing. It

went down, then our attaches to this big hose

cable TV went out, then our clothes dryer that vents out the window, and it’s very

went on the fritz. Oh, and then the parking quiet, like a DC-10 taxiing in a library. My

brake on my car died, but that’s probably wife didn’t care for it as much as I did. “I

the rst bad thing in the next group of three don’t want to see a bunch of hose running

and the other two will be along shortly, so I out the window,” she said. I have to tell

don’t see any reason to change the rule. you, that sentence sounds a lot di erent

I was complaining about how hot it was when you hear it as opposed to read-

without air conditioning to my wife, who ing it. “Neither do I!” I said. “What’s the

was still at work. She said,“everyone here hurry?” She said a few more things which

says it’s probably the capacitor- look it up I couldn’t hear because the DC-10 was

on YouTube.”Luckily, there was a video on revving up for take-o , but the bottom line

how to x your air conditioning capacitor was I had to get rid of it.

on YouTube. First, you take your volt-ohm- e air conditioning unit must have

meter and set it to 75 microfarads. at’s weighed 70 pounds, and I was thinking

as far as I got, because at that point I ran that Amazon is never going to come by

around testing everything in the house. Our and pick this thing up so I can return it,

ashlight batteries need to be replaced, but I but that’s exactly what they did. First I had

guess I could have determined that slightly to gure out how to get it back into the

faster by turning the ashlight on. Also, did box it came in, where it did not want to go.

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GREEN RideConnect, a program of music, carnival rides, food ven- e keynote speakers will be Yorktown Jewish
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is an information, referral, and will be held on Commerce Street County executive; and Kecia

Baldwin Road and across Bald- transportation program for older and in Railroad Park (Yorktown Cousins, of G&K Sweet Foods. e Yorktown Jewish Center

win Road, links up to trails in adults, age 60+, who can no longer Heights). RSVP at (2966 Crompond Road, York-

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Thursday, September 5, 2019 Yorktown News – Page 19

Yorktown Grange Fair goes ‘Back to the Garden’

Celebrating 95 Years of Community Service

It’s nearly time to head “Back ing, tossing rubber chickens, wa- tainers will be gracing the Grange All throughout the fair, strolling Fair is open 4-11 p.m., Friday,

to the Garden”with the 2019 Yor- termelon or pie eating, and nail Fair’s main stage. Nostalgia acts, acts will be taking the entertain- Sept. 6; 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Satur-

ktown Grange Fair. From Sept. driving. Take a walk through the from Woodstock experience ment directly to the guests with day, Sept.. 7; and 10 7 p.m.

6-8, the Yorktown Grange will Grange Building and marvel at all group Back to the Garden 1969, magic, dancing, puppets, and Sunday, Septr 8.

celebrate the contributions of lo- the entries hoping to take home to boy-band tribute group Larger comedy. Grange Fairgrounds are at

cal farmers, artisans and commu- a prize for baking, photography, an Life will delight adults of all Fair Facts and Figures 99 Moseman Road, Yorktown

nity members to our world. is art, needlework, owers, produce, ages. ose wishing for a dance Fair admission is $10 per car- Heights.

year’s theme, “Back to the Gar- even Legos! party can enjoy the fun of the load with parking included. Ride More information is online

den” evokes the spirit of harmony Be sure to visit local artisans of- Happy Crabs or rock-out with wristbands start at $25, but indi- at

from the 1969 Woodstock Festi- fering beautiful, hand made items Unfunded Mandate. Kid-friendly vidual tickets can be purchased or by contacting the Fair o ce

val—reminding us that we are all for sale. Beth & Scott and Friends will for $1.25 apiece or $30 for 28 at fairo or

an important part of something Music under the sun and stars perform their high-energy, educa- tickets. (914) 962-3900.

larger than ourselves. Every year, A full range of fabulous enter- tional and fun music for the littles. e 2019 Yorktown Grange

for the last 95 years, the Grange

Fair has paid tribute to local ag- Support Connection’s
riculture—with livestock shows,

amazing food, show-stopping en- Annual Support-A-Walk
tertainment, and a carnival atmo- for Breast & Ovarian Cancer
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New furry friends in the live- SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2019
stock show

New for 2019, the Grange Fair

is featuring rabbits! ere are few

things more beloved than adorable FDR State Park, Yorktown Heights, NY
bunnies, and this year there will be 3-Mile Walk ~ Rain or Shine
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with poultry, sheep, horses, and “Support Connection helped Proceeds fund Support Connection’s
goats rounding out the animal ac- my mom and our family free breast & ovarian cancer
tivity. A schedule of the livestock tremendously. But it’s also so support services
events is on the Yorktown Grange rewarding to raise funds for an
Fair website, yorktowngrangefair.
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A foodie paradise
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some room for a wood- red pizza

from the always tasty Five Alarm start to finish. The people
Pizza or hit Tony’s Fish Fry for there are so warm and
some sh or shrimp. Wash it all caring. They helped me get
down with some local beers in our

Craft Beer tent.It’s all the icing on through all these years. I
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Director brings baseball to the big screen

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT sic tournament, which is taking representing di erent countries ment. Suddenly, the world was team continued to Japan, but
the world by storm. of the world. following.” not before securing a qualify-

e lm is directed by York- “In 2016, the World Baseball e majority of Team Israel ing position in the 2021 World

“Heading Home: e Tale town resident and lmaker Jere- Softball Confederation ranked is made up of Jewish American Baseball Classic.

of Team Israel” is a documen- my Newberger along with long- Israel 41st of the world’s teams,” major and minor leaguers, most A sequel, “Heading Home 2,”

tary lm that follows Israel’s time friends Daniel A. Miller the lms’ directors said in a press of whom have never set foot in is already in the works.

national baseball team, made up and Seth Kramer. release. “But Israel somehow de- Israel. “I think there’s maybe ve

largely of American Jews, as it e World Baseball Classic is ed the odds. It won the quali- After the team won the or seven guys from Team Israel

competes for the rst time in an international tournament in er, joining the top 16 teams to Brooklyn quali ers in 2016, who are now going to Germany

the 2017 World Baseball Clas- which MLB players compete, compete in the WBC tourna- the directors and MLB writer the same week my lm opens to

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Embracing the e meaning and history
joy of movement of Labor Day

Enjoyment is what gets people Dear Dr. Linda, but we do know that the rst

to start and stay moving no mat- GUEST Hi. I’m a 19-year-old and a STRONG proposal came from the New
ter how old you are. Unfortunately, CORNER student at a local college. I know LEARNING York Central Labor Union. In
when it comes to exercising, e ort, Labor Day was last weekend 1882, this union invited New

competition, pressure and intensity CHRISTINA and I’m embarrassed to admit DR. LINDA Yorkers to celebrate the day
COLLINS that I have no idea what Labor SILBERT with a big parade. It became a
all too often comes at the expense Day is or what we were cel- national holiday in 1896.

of enjoyment.

Moving doesn’t have to be un- ebrating. All I ever knew about Why the rst Monday in

comfortable, miserable, fearful or this holiday is that school starts September? Actually, it had

painful at any age, size or ability; in fact, it shouldn’t be. It’s a no after Labor Day. So, I went online to see what La- nothing really to do with school. It was chosen

brainer that people will avoid things that make them feel bad, bor Day is and why we celebrate it. Now I know. because it’s halfway between the Fourth of July

scared, judged, anxious or any other negative emotion. People re- I decided to email you and ask you to do a and anksgiving so workers would get another

peatedly choose leisure activities for pleasure, relaxation and stress column about this holiday because I gured if I day o between the two holidays.

reduction, so if exercise seems like a chore or a “have to play this don’t know this, there are probably a lot of people Your grandmother probably remembers when

sport because my parents are forcing me,” motivation to participate out there who don’t know it either. I asked my it was a rule of thumb that people were not to

diminishes and it will frequently be skipped or avoided whether grandparents and they knew. Is this a genera- wear white clothes after Labor Day. But what do

one is 6 or 66 years old. tional thing? white clothes have to do with anything. Because

Step one to embracing the joy of movement is to change your Lizzy Labor Day comes near the end of summer and

mindset and view exercise and movement not as a way to “ x” a Dear Lizzy, white clothes are often associated with summer,

problem such as weight gain or too much sedentary technology, You’re probably right. Most of us associate those who dictated fashion trends decided that

but as an activity that helps you and your kids relax, get stress as Labor Day with when school starts. But now it was improper to wear white after the summer

well as energy out, and makes you feel good. We will always do many schools open before Labor Day, so even was over. Soon people throughout the country

more of what makes us feel good. It’s important to nd your joy the association with going back to school isn’t were following this guideline.

for moving, whether it’s walking, running, cycling, various sport there anymore. Starting school after Labor Day became a

skills, yoga, or learning to lift weights in the comfort of your own What is Labor Day? According to the United trend for the same reason—summer was over

home. States Department of Labor, “the day is dedi- and so was most work on the farm and children

Step two is to identify barriers to movement, like a lack of time, cated to the social and economic achievements of were needed for many farm chores. Today, school

location, money, and then to nd solutions. Walking is free, and American workers. It constitutes a yearly na- districts are eager to get more school days in the

time can be found by setting your alarm thirty minutes earlier tional tribute to the contributions workers have year and start again in August. Since children no

each morning or having kids exercise for thirty minutes after they made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being longer work on family farms and help with the

get home from school as oppose to starting their homework right of our country.” harvest, starting school in August doesn’t disrupt

away. Labor Day is a national holiday celebrated on families as it used to.

Step three is key: if exercising starts from a place of shame, self- the rst Monday in September. It was rst cel- Wishing you and your family a successful and

criticism, inadequacy, or being forced to participate, then you or ebrated on Sept. 5, 1882. e idea for Labor Day happy school year,

your child or likely both will loose the intrinsic joy of the activity probably began with a carpenter. Some historians Dr. Linda

rather quickly. think that Peter McGuire, a member of a car-

penter’s union, rst suggested the idea. But other Dr. Linda is co-author of “Why Bad Grades Happen

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Thursday, September 5, 2019 SPORTS Yorktown News – Page 25


McCrudden leads Hornets to opening-day victory

Araneo stands out in goal for Huskers


Lakeland eld hockey doesn’t look like a team experienc-

ing turnover.

In their season opener on Friday, Aug. 31, the Hornets

travelled to Yorktown where they blanked the Huskers, 9-0,

in the season opener for both teams.

“We have seven starters that we are replacing this year,

so we have a lot of new players on the eld,” said Lakeland

Coach Sharon Sarsen. “We are getting better, we are getting

better every day. So I was happy that we were able to nish a

little more consistently as the game wore on. Our position-

ing was good. It was a good rst day for us.”

It was an especially good rst day for Lakeland senior

captain Jenna McCrudden, who scored a game-high 4 goals KHealsldeeyrMmcaLDnaokanennldaepnlYoldosb’rssakettEstolmsewiomnfon’asr.
in addition to tallying an assist.

“We’ve been looking forward to this game for a while,”
McCrudden said. “We were really excited. Everyone came
out and played really hard. We did all the right things

with the ball.”

McCrudden worked hard to improve her game this

o -season, Sarsen said.

“I think she’s going to have a great season for us,” the

veteran coach said.“She’s de nitely a dangerous o ensive

player and we are going to take advantage of that this


After jumping out to 5-0 halftime lead, McCrudden

and the Hornets stung again early in the second.

“Coming o halftime, we really wanted to start o fast

again,” McCrudden said.

Emma Fon (1G, 2A), Erin Daly (1G, 1A), Keirra Et-

tere (1G, 1A), Emma Halderman (1G), Frankie Fava

(1G) and Mia Smith (1A) also produced o ensively for

the Hornets. Junior Emma Fon scored
e Lakeland defense was solid in front of goalie Ce- a goal in the win.

leste Pagliaroli, who was rarely tested in the shutout. PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

YORKTOWN Senior captain Jenna McCrudden scored 4 goals against Yorktown.
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Gannon said playing a high-quality opponent like Lakeland, ranked
No. 21 in the preseason by Max Field Hockey, will bene t her team in
the long run.

“It shows your team what you have to strive to be like, and when you
take [Lakeland] rst, that’s 15 more games that you can play and x to
play like they did,” Gannon said.

Gannon said her girls showed heart against Lakeland.
“We have to x kinks,”Gannon said.“ ere are a few kinks, obvious-
ly.We are transitioning. Overall, for their rst game, they did very well.”

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On Saturday, Sept. 7, the consolation game will be played at 11 a.m.
and the championship game at 12:30 p.m., both at Yorktown High

Saturday will be Yorktown’s annual “animal shelter game,” Gannon

“We do an annual game where the teams all bring supplies for the
ASPCA,” Gannon said. “Last year we had enough to ll a truck! All
four teams have been asked to help with the supplies.”

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under the hood

In “Go Like Hell,” a

book about Ford’s desper- MARSH
ate quest to beat Ferrari at MADNESS
the famed 24 Hours of Le

Mans, author A.J. Baime BRIAN
writes about the impor- MARSCHHAUSER

tance of a driver becoming

one with his car.

budget, thought it could simply buy the race by throwing
Freshmen duo lead money at it. Hire the best engineers. Buy the best parts. Con-
way for Hornets tract the best drivers.

But when Ford’s machines faltered at the 1964 race, and
even more disastrously in 1965, the company learned the hard
way that, “ e whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”

e following year, Ford took a more tactical approach. Al-

most immediately after the June 1965 race, it got to work on

Annual challenge nets thousands for pediatric cancer charity winning in 1966. Carroll Shelby and his driver/engineer, Ken
Miles, took the car out as often as they could.

“Finally the car was getting the development work it

Lakeland boys soccer, host of the Westchester han, raising the seven-year total above $15,000. needed, and with each lap, Miles’ intimacy with the car grew

vs. Rockland Challenge, capped o more than 10 deeper,” Baime wrote. “His colleagues described ‘an almost

hours’ worth of matches on Labor Day with a 2-0 OTHER RESULTS mystical sense’ of the car’s inner workings.”

win over Clarkstown South. All played at Lakeland High School ese tests helped Ford and Carroll Shelby home in on the

Scoring for the Hornets in their season opener Bronxville 0 – Pearl River 1 car’s critical issues. With Miles’ feedback, they learned what

were two freshmen: Sonny Karaqi and Bryan Ja- Mamaroneck 6 – Spring Valley 0 worked, what didn’t, and where improvements could be made.

ramillo. Valhalla 1 – Albertus Magnus 2 at’s how I plan to treat this sports section going forward.

Keeper Nick Bassani made 7 saves in the shut- Byram Hills 1 – Tappan Zee 0 I need to develop the same connection with it as Miles did his

out win. car. Only then can I get it running like a ne-tuned machine.

All participating teams in the seventh an- Lakeland Goals Lakeland Assists However, the fall season is here. So, I don’t have time to
nual Westchester vs. Rockland Challenge con- wait-and-see. Our car is being entered in Le Mans as is.
tributed to Go4theGoal, a charity dedicated to Sonny Karaqi (1) Augie Karaqi (1)
“improv(ing) the lives of children battling cancer Bryan Jaramillo (1) Nicolas DeSantos (1) But with your help, we won’t falter. As I learn who’s who
by providing nancial support, developing and Lakeland Saves and put names to faces over the next few months, I’ll need my
implementing unique hospital programs, fund- Clarkstown
Sdedicated readers to keep me in the know.
South Saves At a game? Take a picture and send it. ink you have a

ing innovative research, and granting personal Nick Bassani (7) good story? Tell us about it. Are there areas where our cover-
Alex Magner (11) age could Fboersdt,raoSrnegreers?oSuhrcoeostamreenaont email and let me know.
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Field hockey
standout to play
lacrosse at VCU
Senior Kelsey McDonnell plays four years
on Huskers’ varsity squad

BY MIKE SABINI ritual? I don’t know what I would like Yorktown senior Kelsey McDonnell
CONTRIBUTING WRITER A pregame ritual for the team is to study in college yet.
Kelsey McDonnell is a forward dance parties in the locker room.A Who is your favorite profes-
who was named All-League in personal pregame ritual of mine is sional athlete and pro (or col- Italy’s culture and greatness. one, it can give you a laugh and
2017 and All-League honorable listening to music. lege) sports team? What is your favorite food to also inform you about current situ-
mention in 2018. ations and statistics.
Do you have any goals for your My favorite professional athlete eat before or after a game?
She also plays lacrosse, a sport nal season at Yorktown? is Mark Teixeira and favorite pro Before games, some sort of For a young athlete grow-
where she earned All-American To be a leader; be a successful teams would be the Yankees and ing up in the Yorktown district,
honors and tallied her 100th career team and always bettering myself. the Seahawks. pasta. After games, it doesn’t really what would you tell them about
goal this past spring. McDonnell Who has been your biggest matter, I’ll eat anything when I’m the experience of being part of
will play lacrosse next year at Vir- role model over the years and What is your favorite music to hungry. the eld hockey team and why
ginia Commonwealth University. what have you learned from listen to warming up for a game? should they go out for the team?
them? Best place to eat in Yorktown
How old were you when you My parents. ey have and De nitely rap and EDM (elec- and why? I would tell a young athlete to
started playing eld hockey and continue to teach me everything I tronic dance music). take it all in. Before they know it,
what got you started? know about life. Heavy Bear. eir food always it’ll be over. To absorb the family
Tell us one thing about If you could have one super- hits the spot. bond that the team provides and
My mom signed me up to play yourself that not a lot of people power, what would it be and why? thrive with all new experiences
in a few clinics in elementary know? Facebook,Twitter or Insta- that come with it.
school and then I started playing I like to cook. Time travel, so I could see the gram? Why?
again after two years freshman You have committed to play future and also travel back in time
year. lacrosse at Virginia Common- to relive moments. Twitter because it not only
wealth University. Why did you keeps you in the loop with every-
What is your favorite thing choose VCU? If you could pick one place
about being on the eld hockey Because they were the perfect t to visit on vacation that you’ve
team at Yorktown? for me to continue playing lacrosse never been to, where would you
at a D-1 level.I love the school,the go and why?
e chemistry of all the girls, on team and coaches.
and o the eld. Do you know what you want Italy, because I have never been
to study in college? If yes, what there and would love to experience
What is your favorite team are you planning on studying
activity or pregame/postgame and why?
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Thursday, September 5, 2019 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Yorktown News – Page 29

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LEGAL NOTICE Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. as BY ALINA PEDRAZA
REQUEST FOR BIDS agent upon whom process against GUEST COLUMNIST
may be served & shall mail process
BID #2019-20-01 to 1 Brandreth St., Ossining, NY Now that summer is coming to an end, most of us are ready to get back into a healthier
Athletic Equipment/Uniform 10562. General Purpose. routine to lose the summer bloat.
Reconditioning, Recertifying
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YORKTOWN CENTRAL Most people believe that in order to lose the summer pounds, they need to hit the cardio
SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice of Formation of BACK equipment or cardio classes at the gym. Cardio workouts are excellent for improving your
2725 Crompond Road FROM BLACK, LLC. Art. heart function and improving your endurance, and while you burn a lot of calories in the
Yorktown Heights, New Of Org. led with SSNY on actual workout itself, you’re not necessarily burning tons of fat or building muscle.
York 10598 6/24/2019. O ce Location:
Westchester County. SSNY e best workout to blast fat is weight training.
e Board of Education of designated as agent of the LLC Please note that we are not saying that you shouldn’t do cardio. You should still be doing
the Yorktown Central School upon whom process against it may cardio, just understand that it will only take you so far towards achieving your goals. Have
District hereby invites the be served. SSNY shall mail process you ever wondered why you plateau after hitting cardio hard for some time? Also note that
submission of sealed bids for to: 1715 E. MAIN STREET we didn’t say “ e best workout to lose weight” because if you weight train, you might not
Athletic Equipment/Uniform MOHEGAN LAKE NY 10547. see much of a change in your actual weight since muscle really does weigh more than fat.
Reconditioning, Recertifying, Purpose: any lawful purpose. Weight training does blast fat though, even if you aren’t losing all the weight you want
and Cleaning Services. to lose.
Bid Documents will be on Weight training focuses on the only form of tissue that makes you leaner — muscle! As
le and publicly exhibited Notice of Formation of Alex you lose weight, you usually end up losing muscle too, which will ultimately increase your
online at the School Website, Roy Enterprises LLC. Art. body fat. Just because you weigh less doesn’t mean you’re actually healthier. You may burn, under the Of Org. led with SSNY on more calories upfront in a cardio workout, but you end up burning more calories post-
Business Department. Copies 5/28/2019. O ce Location: workout when you do weight training as your muscles go into repair and recovery mode.
of said Bid Documents can be Westchester County. SSNY So while weight training may not help you lose all the weight you want to lose, it will
obtained beginning on ursday, designated as agent of the LLC help you lose some since you end up burning more calories from weight training, and it
September 5,2019 at the Business upon whom process against does help you lose body fat, which will make you overall healthier. After all, weighing less
O ce of the Yorktown Central it may be served. SSNY shall doesn’t equate to being healthy, so if you consistently measure your progress by pounds
School District, 2725 Crompond mail process to: 8 N Ross Drive lost, it’s time to reevaluate your ways of measuring success in terms of living a healthy life.
Road, Yorktown Heights, New Yorktown Heights, NY 10598.
York 10598. Purpose: any lawful purpose. Alina Pedraza is the founder of Fused Fitness. If you’re unsure or intimidated when it comes
All bid proposals must be to weight training, give us to call to schedule a consultation with us where we will take you
received by the District Clerk LLC FORMATION NOTICE through one of our weight training workouts that we personalize for you based on your current
at the Yorktown Central School
District, 2725 Crompond Road, Lake Street Media LLC, Arts tness level and limitations! Please send us an email at info@fused so we can talk to you
Yorktown Heights,NY 10598,no of Org. led with Sec. of State to see how we can help. For more information, visit fused or call 914-246-0457. Fused
later than 1:00 pm on Wednesday, of NY (SSNY) 7/16/2019. Cty: Fitness is locatated at 3631 Hill Blvd., Second Floor, in Je erson Valley.
September 18, 2019. Any bids Westchester. SSNY desig. as
received after this deadline will agent upon whom process against APARPR
be returned unopened to the may be served & shall mail
rm. Bids shall be submitted process to Joseph Wells, 11 Lake PUBLICITY WITH PERSONALITY
in sealed opaque envelopes Street, Apt. 2V, White Plains,
marked “Bid #2019-20-01: NY 10603. General Purpose. Public Rela ons For...
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and all bids, as it determines to be Westchester. Secretary of State
in the best interest of the School designated as agent of the LLC
District. upon whom process against it may
be served. Secretary of State shall
Bids opened and read shall mail process to: 2 Can eld Ave,
remain irrevocable for a period of #219 White Plains, NY 10601.
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District Clerk 235 Glendale LLC, Arts of
Org. led with Sec. of State of
Yorktown Central School District NY (SSNY) 8/7/2019. Cty:
Westchester.SSNY agent
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 upon whom process against may
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LLC FORMATION NOTICE 54 Prospect Ave., Ardsley, NY
10502. General Purpose.
BD Tech, LLC, Arts of
Org. led with Sec. of State LLC FORMATION NOTICE
of NY (SSNY) 7/11/2019.
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. Iberia Construction LLC,
as agent upon whom process Arts of Org. led with Sec. of
against may be served & shall State of NY (SSNY) 8/2/2019.
mail process to 21-34 Croton Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig.
Lake Rd., Katonah, NY 10536. as agent upon whom process
General Purpose. against may be served & shall
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Arch Concepts Build, LLC,
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