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candidate for Town
Council leaving NY
SEPT. 11 REMEMBRANCE BY JODI WEINBERGER still lives in New York. Monti said
CEREMONY EDITOR the North Salem Republicans
found out “a few weeks ago” that
PHOTO: HELU WANG A Republican candidate run- Moreo was planning to soon move
ning for Town Council has plans out of state.
Eighteen years after Sept. 11, 2001, over 100 local residents, city ofﬁcials and ﬁreﬁghters gathered to move out of state, but his name
at the North Salem Fire Station to honor those killed in the attacks. Pastors, ﬁreﬁghters, and legion will stay on the ballot for the Nov. “It’s disappointing for us because
members shared their memories and called on younger generations to remember and reﬂect the 5 election. we believe we had strong candi-
history. See more photos on page 12. dates,” Monti said. “He wouldn’t
If elected, Republican omas have a right to hold o ce if he’s
New facilities improvements Moreo would not be eligible to moving out of state.”
meet ADA standards serve on the North Salem Town
Board. Should he win, town of- Monti declined to say why
BY HELU WANG remodeled its facilities over the summer. Moreo was leaving New York.
STAFF WRITER e renovations, part of the district’s ve- cials say he would need to resign Calls and emails to Moreo were
and the Town Board would ap- not immediately returned.
North Salem schools are more accessible to year plan, included widening bathroom doors, point someone to ll his spot for a
people with special needs, after the school district one-year term. e seat would be ere are still two contested rac-
SEE FACILITIES PAGE 6 up for election again next year. es in North Salem.
Two seats are up for grabs on For town justice, Republicans
the Town Board. Republicans have endorsed incumbent John
endorsed Moreo and incumbent Aronian and Daniel Seymour. Jus-
Brent Golisano. Democrats are tice Stephen Bobolia, a Republican,
running Katherine Daniels, a for- is not running for re-election.
mer school board member. Coun-
cilwoman Lisa Douglas, a Conser- Democrats have endorsed Solo-
vative whose term was up, was not mon Schepps and Robert Leder.
endorsed by the Republican Party. Both have previously run for town
Republican Chair William
Monti said in a phone call Sept. For town clerk, incumbent Ma-
13 that the local GOP tried to get ria Hlushko, a Republican, will face
Moreo’s name taken o the bal- o against Democrat Billy Morin,
lot but were told by the county it who narrowly lost his bid for clerk
couldn’t be done because Moreo last year.
Supervisor Warren Lucas is run-
ning unopposed for his seat.
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Lions Club Golf Outing
e North Salem Lions held its 52 anniversary and golf outing on Aug.
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Hudson Valley and other local charities.
Janice Hellwinkel and Lisa Windus helping the Lion’s Club raise money for
the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Max Loeb with a smooth hit in the Putting Contest.
Jim Garcia taking his time to get the
right shot in the Putting Contest.
Jeff Hewlett telling the ball where to go in the Putting Rocky Shipes giving a great opening speech PHOTOS: CHRIS AQUINA
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Lawmakers push back on proposed NYSEG rate hike
BY KATHERINE BORCHERT tion, no communication, no accountability Pete Harckham (D-District 40). of here,” Gilbert said.
STAFF WRITER and nothing coming out of the lines all too Originally, there was no hearing sched- It’s not only customers who seem to
frequently,” said County Legislator Mike
NYSEG customers feel that the com- Kaplowitz (D-Somers). uled in Westchester County, with the have been disregarded by the company. e
pany hasn’t performed well enough to ask closest being held in Binghamton, over Brewster division, which serves Westches-
for an increase in rates. NYSEG has proposed the almost 24 100 miles away from the county and NY- ter and Putnam NYSEG customers, also
percent rate increase to cover labor costs SEG’s southernmost customer base. An seems to be neglected, with Assemblyman
e New York State Public Service Com- and vegetation management, according to appeal led by Yorktown Supervisor Ilan David Buchwald (D-White Plains) liken-
mission held a hearing on Sept. 5 at the Yor- the company. Gilbert, however, brought a hearing to ing it to the “orphan of the company.”
ktown Town Hall for New York State Gas Westchester-Putnam customers.
and Electric customers of Northern West- “ ere’s been a history of poor perfor- “ e fact that there wasn’t a need to ad-
chester. ere, residents were able to voice mance, unreliability, poor communication “We are at the end of NYSEG service dress the implications of this rate hike here
their concerns about and objections to the and you hear it directly from the cus- territory and the way that we are treated in the Brewster division, I think, is poten-
proposal to increase rates by 23.7 percent. tomers. If there is a rate increase, there’s sometimes re ects that fact. at’s read- tially emblematic of a broader history of
a lack of credibility that the investments ily apparent when the commission rst neglect,” Buchwald said.
“We’re angry because we feel that are going to be made where NYSEG says scheduled these public statement hearings,
there’s this great vacuum of no informa- they’re going to be made,” said state Sen. with the closest one over 125 miles north SEE NYSEG PAGE 7
FACILITIES are used not only by faculty and need walkers and wheelchairs; it the largest project is the instal- the community.
FROM PAGE 1
students, but by families and visi- bene ts our children to be able to lation of an accessible path from At the middle school/high
tors. Making facilities accessible see people moving around and re- the North Salem Middle School/ school, a storage room was built
restructuring stalls and install- provides an educational opportu- spect people with disabilities.” High School to Tompkins Field, next to the baseball eld, while
ing sinks. Under federal require- nity so students can learn to re- Over the years, the district has which was nished last summer. a new stage oor, a donation
ments, the facilities meet the spect people with di erent needs. made many similar improve- Gary Green, director of school from North Salem’s International
Americans with Disabilities Act “In the long run, it bene ts our ments, including installing ac- facilities and transportation, said espian Society, was installed in
standards. community,” D’Agostino said. “It cessible entrances, designating the ve-year plan aims to main- the auditorium.
School board president Debo- bene ts grandmas and grandpas handicapped parking and mak- tain safe school buildings that Additionally, two computer
rah D’Agostino said the facilities who come to see a school play and ing curb cuts. D’Agostino said meet the ever-changing needs of labs were replaced by a physics
classroom and a STEM class-
room. All the oors in the class-
rooms and hallways were stripped
and waxed, and new paint was
applied throughout the buildings.
e upgrades are being paid for
with a $12.7 million bond that
voters approved in 2015. With
that bond, D’Agostino said, the
district has repaired roofs, re-
placed air conditioners and heat-
ing equipment and enlarged its
While the school board mem-
bers were proud of the progress,
some parents look to set a higher
Carol Hughes demanded
cleaner bathrooms at the Sept. 11
Board of Education meeting. She
suggested that the board mem-
bers should pay more attention
“I don’t want you to just walk
Have your heating system checked now before the cold weather comes. and see the projects that were
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"Service was fast, courteous eas where the work wasn’t done,”
and professional." Mark C Hughes said.
at sentiment was echoed
by Marcy Miller, who asked the
board to x such things as bas-
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D’Agostino said since the pre-
vious ve-year plan is coming to
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NYSEG them are over 70, and when there are Mahopac) asked the commission in a A Reminder from
several days where we have to go to letter to not increase the rates. the North Salem
FROM PAGE 6
the activities center to sleep or to eat “We implore you to do the right
e rst half 2019/2020 school tax installments
He pointed out that the proposal food delivered by the Salvation Army thing and not approve the NYSEG are due by Monday,September 30. e tax o ce will
be open extra collections hours on Saturday, Sep-
does not include an allocation of spe- because we are out of power for sev- increase so the burden of their mis- tember 28 from 9 a.m. until noon and on Monday,
September 30 from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. weather per-
ci c funds to x the problems within eral days, to me, that’s neglect,” Brod- takes is not placed upon the very mitting. e tax o ce is located at 270 Titicus Road.
the Brewster headquarters. ley said. people that su er from them,” Byrne Paying in person? BRING YOUR BILL to avoid
long lines and waiting time! Everybody has received
“ ey took everybody out of the One resident who operates a busi- said. one. Mother Nature does not care that you may pay
penalty due to the rain, snow and ice. You should!
Brewster o ce. We were down to, as ness out of their home said they lost “It is absolutely clear that NYSEG Residents are encouraged not to wait until the last
day to mail or bring in their payments to help avoid
far as I saw, one or two trucks. at thousands of dollars in revenue due should rst perform, show posi- penalties. Be sure to have a U.S. Postmark on any
item sent near the end of the month. Payments re-
was it,” North Salem Supervisor to the inconsistent power and has tive results and then, perhaps at that ceived with an o ce machine postmark after Sep-
tember 30, 2019 will be returned for penalty.
Warren Lucas said. “ e customer even considered moving out of the point, the commission could consider
Any credit card payments must be for the full
service system that they have when area because of the outages. an increase,” Bedford Supervisor amount of the installment due. Partial credit card
payments will be returned and penalty will be due
you call is terrible. I have more people Many customers also spoke about Chris Burdick said. on the full installment amount.
calling me at town hall to nd out having to buy generators to maintain “What guarantee do customers in Feel free to call the tax o ce at 914-669-5177 with
any questions. During the last few days of collection,
when their power is coming on be- power. One Yorktown resident, Joan Northern Westchester have that this e-mails will be returned as possible since we are at the
counter for collection. Visit the North Salem Town
cause they can’t get to NYSEG.” Brodsky, said that she lived in her increased revenue will go to improv- website at www.northsalemny.org and go to the Tax
Department to view frequently asked questions re-
During powerful rain storms or home for over 40 years before having ing service in our area?”Gilbert asked. garding mailing and payment procedures.
winter weather, residents experience to purchase a generator to power her “What we need from NYSEG is a As of Tuesday, October 1, 2019, a 2 percent pen-
alty is in e ect. Penalties cannot be waived.
frequent power outages. residence. reliable, resilient electrical grid that
“We’re still dealing with outages. County Executive George Latimer does not leave residents in the dark
I have had to install an alarm clock suggested granting the company a during the worst days of our year.”
which will go o regardless of power 12-month period in which NYSEG County Legislator Kitley Covill
cuts because it goes out so often dur- could improve its quality of service (D-Bedford) stressed a need to re-
ing the night that one plugged in is before it is granted a rate increase. store trust between the company and
pretty pointless,” Lewisboro Supervi- “In the private sector, no company customers.
sor Peter Parsons said. “I am expected could get away with charging more if “I urge you on behalf of all your
to be in my o ce to answer phone the quality of their service declined,” customers to review current practices
calls from people who are complain- Latimer said. and update those practices, particu-
ing about the outage the previous Some also pointed out that this larly in the communication area with
night.” mismanagement should not be re- estimated times of restoration, which
Flo Brodley, a Heritage Hills resi- warded. was wildly o , telling people their
dent of 18 years, said that almost all “It should not be the residents who power was back on when it wasn’t
residents of Heritage Hills rely solely bear the burden of nancial misman- and asking them to use an app that’s
on electricity, so the rate increase agement and poor planning on the outdated and looks like Pac-Man,”
would be much higher for people liv- part of infrastructure degradation,” Covill said. “I really urge you to con-
ing in the Somers community. said Chris Zaberto, a member of the sider restoring that public trust and
“Many of the people in Heritage Somers NYSEG task force. look carefully before you give NY-
HCailmlsp a1re9 oAvderon5e5:. LIanyofauctt, 1ma9n/y1o1/f 2019Ass8e:m0b5lyPmManPaKgeevi1n Byrne (R- SEG a rate increase.”
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Happily Ever After ‘ is is Jeopardy!’
One of the JUST
reasons I fell JO ANN
in love with
Ken was his sense of
humor. Not only did he JO ANN
make me laugh, but he FRANCELLA
appreciated my sense
of humor. Another
reason was that he was
smart. He has knowledge of things I don’t even care to
think about. In fact, it’s a pretty sure bet that if he is on
your team during holiday games, you will win.
One of my strong points is that I love trivia, and each
night I will recite a new fact to him as we eat dinner.
e more unbelievable the fact, the more he enjoys
Little boy lost—and found hearing it.
Watching Jeopardy is one of our guilty pleasures. We
watched it almost daily when we were rst married and
What does a little boy who then forgot about it with all we had to do as our family
has lost his mother do?
He grows up. He grows up remembering with grew. Homework, and school and sports events had us
He grows up wondering what kind
of person he might have become extreme discomfort the exact moment occupied during the time Jeopardy aired. But several
had his mother survived beyond his
elementary school years. BRUCE the life-altering loss seared his gentle months back, we heard about an amazing contestant,
He grows up not remembering soul: coming home from school, he James Holzhauer, who was just too hard to beat; so Ken
exactly what he called her—mom? THE BLOG knocks on the door, and blanches
mommy? and I began watching Jeopardy again just to see how far
He grows up not remembering BRUCE when it opens to reveal a strange he could go. We were once again hooked on the show
other details of his life prior to his mother’s sudden APAR woman. In that torturous moment,
departure at age 41. the up-ending of his universe hits and have begun watching regularly.
He grows up being told by a therapist that not Of course, as the answers are presented in various
remembering such details is symptomatic of being
traumatized by primal loss at a tender age. him with merciless cruelty. His reason categories, Ken and I like to play along trying to give
He grows up reliving in his mind’s eye the fateful mo- for being is gone—forever. the correct questions. Our main lament is that we
ment, 60 years ago this month, that he was sitting in the
living room after school with his eldest brother, when He grows up having to create out sometimes know the question, but we just can’t think of
their previously perfectly healthy mother emerged from
the family’s rec room—where she had been with a client of whole cloth a new reason for being. it fast enough. A recent category was about books and I
of her hair-styling business—wearing a stricken yet sol-
dierly look, to not alarm them, then writing in a barely He grows up remembering a series of eccentric did pretty well knowing most of the questions.
legible, shaky scrawl on a scrap of paper, “I can’t speak.”
housekeepers, including the rst one (at the door), I decided to play a joke on Ken. We had begun tap-
He grows up remembering his father coming home at
the end of the day from his rounds as a traveling sales- whose passive-aggressive alcoholism, while slyly held ing Jeopardy and watching it the next night. What he
man to see an ambulance in front of the house.
in check at night, was visited on him during the day, didn’t know was that during the day I watched it and
He grows up remembering being sent with his
middle brother (of three boys) to a neighbor’s house through verbal abuse and false allegations of wrongdo- jotted down the answers and the correct questions, and
across the street to wait out the unknown future, of the
next days, and the next decades. ing, until his father caught on to her shenanigans. when we watched it together, I answered every single
He grows up remembering the clergy visiting his He grows up fondly remembering his kind and loving category in Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy. I glided
brother and him at the neighbor’s house. He doesn’t
remember the exact words they were told, but he re- stepmother, who, despite her best e orts, never could through the Daily Doubles and aced Final Jeopardy.
members not fully understanding the import of what he
heard, and his brother crying upon hearing it. win over the eldest brother--whose mournful, ominous Of course, as I stated the correct questions, I tried to
He grows up remembering hearing later that the wailing still rings in that little boy’s ears as the desperate sound like I was unsure. When the show was over, Ken
cause of his mother’s death was something called a mas-
sive cerebral hemorrhage, which ended her life within cries of a sibling who never recovered from his devasta- turned to me and said, “Hon, that was amazing!”
tion, succumbing to hard-core drug addiction. I tried keeping a straight face, but I confessed, “I can’t
He grows up remembering his father fetching him
at the neighbor’s, and, as they were crossing the street, He grows up to know further loss—a brother at 32, a lie. I watched the show today and studied all the an-
seeing for the rst time his dad cry, when a neighbor
driving by stopped to ask him, “How’s your wife?” son at 15. swers. I wanted it to be a joke, but I actually got some
He grows up able to place loss in perspective, know- insight into how the contestants feel when they win. I
ing that, even as it saddens you, it can spur you to not let admit that I feel pretty smug.”
it defeat you or diminish you, but, rather, to lift you in Ken took my joke well and admitted that, “I got
tribute to legacies born of lives lost. him.” e downside is that in the future when I actu-
He grows up with an aversion to leaving social gath- ally do know the questions, he won’t believe me!!
erings that supply the womb-like warmth of fellowship.
He grows up re ecting in later years how the dis- [email protected]
appearance of half his parents has shaped—or mis-
shaped—his path in life, his results, his ego, his emotional Fun Facts by Jo Ann
complexion, his social skills, his persona, his person.
He grows up with a robust, quicksilver sense of
humor, coming to believe it is a compensatory form of Contestants on Jeopardy stand on small podiums
so they will all be the same height.
self-medication and a defense mechanism to distance
Eight writers and seven researchers create
himself from demons. and fact-check every single question/answer
He grows up to be a writer and aspiring actor who that makes its way onto Jeopardy.
nds peace and ful llment in personal expression,
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makes it personal
BY BOB DUMAS e “experience,” Hardy learned, talk about internships. I had a student Photo:
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR was not just helping students write this year who said he wanted to go Bob Dumas
college essays, prepare for tests and into television broadcasting. I know
After Dr. Deborah Hardy left someone at the Carmel cable sta- terviews, as Hardy and her sta coach
her position as a high school ll out applications. It involved start- tion, and they interned for them and them through what can often be an
ing from the beginning—helping the got to see what that was about. I had intimidating process. But when one
counselor more than three years student discover who he/she was, in-
ago, she started her own counseling cluding their aptitudes and values and another student interested in invest- of their students get accepted, the
service—GuidED Consulting. Since how it would all lead to college and ments and trade and I connected him milestone is celebrated.
that time, the business has grown a career. with someone who does that, and “We have this board with a listing
from seven student clients to more THE PERSON they were able to talk to that person.” of who got into what college,” she
than 100. GuidED also has webinars in said. “It is a celebration of the out-
“GuidEd began as a venture for Hardy starts by understanding who which professionals talk about their come. I had the colleges from 2019
what parents and students were look- the student is by discovering their ap- jobs and the paths that led them there up there and when I had to wipe it
ing for in terms of college support,” titudes and values. and o er tips to the students. down (to clear space for 2020), I got
Hardy said. “I expanded it to be more “We have new tools we purchased GuidED can also set students up a little emotional because I realized
than about just the college process— this year. I have an aptitude test that in summer programs to give them a how important it was for my clients.”
it’s about the academics; it’s about the is research-based that I give to all the taste of a potential vocation. e board doesn’t list the names of
career, and the post-secondary, it’s not students; it looks at their interests,”she “It’s really to explore how we look at the students, just the schools.
always a four-year school—some kids said. “Are they more visual? Are they your four years of school and match- “What the families saw was such a
will go to two-year schools, some will more sequential learners? From there, ing up to your interests and what you diversity of institutions,” Hardy said.
go to a trade school.” it goes on to how they work with oth- think you want to do. at leads to the “It wasn’t just East Coast, there was
When Hardy began GuidED, she ers. Are they collaborators; are they pathway.” a variety—everything from trade
worked primarily out of her car, pay- more introverted, extroverted? en THE PATHWAY schools to two-year schools to Ivy
ing visits to the students’homes. it goes into the careers. We look at League. It was powerful.”
“I was the mobile counselor,” she the skills for each of those careers Here is where GuidED helps the Now, Hardy looks back at the
said with a laugh. that match the results of the test. It’s student choose the path that will lead humble roots of GuidED and mar-
Now, she has a brick-and-mortar then that they start understanding the them to their ultimate goal. vels at what it’s become.
o ce in the heart of Mahopac, and ideas behind knowing themselves.” “Are they interested in trade, or a “When I rst began, working out
a sta that includes Sandra Cefaloni- at leads to a discussion about two-year college or a four-year college, of my car, I was just the ‘process.’
Henderson, who has a Master’s in values. and let’s look at all those pathways,” at’s where I was,”she recalled.“But
Literacy Education and a nine-year “What’s important for them? Are Hardy explained.“Let’s see how it ts I always felt like something was miss-
career in the higher education setting. they someone who loves community your person and your purpose. ing.I felt like I was stuck,and it wasn’t
“It evolved into the school-coun- service? Are they the kind of person “We do a lot of research,” she con- fair to the students. It all happened
seling program that you’d nd in the who enjoys hands-on learning and tinued. “I have a new program, which organically. We had to help students
school system, but without the actual projects?” Hardy said. “I have a laun- is a card game that I play with the stu- on a bigger level, and that’s when I
school,” Hardy explained. “We get to dry list of values that they check o dents about their pathway. ey have thought, OK, let’s talk about who
spend on average one to two hours and talk to me about.” this little deck of cards for when they they are because that will feed into
per month with each student, which And that leads to a discussion of are visiting a college and they can pull the essay. It’s all cyclical.”
is nice. e amount of time I can potential college majors and careers. it up on their phone and it can guide Hardy now has a computer pro-
spend with a student has increased “We are trying to get them to say to them through the conversation. And gram that helps students discover
because I’m not traveling anymore.” college interviewers, this is who I am not just on college visits, but at college their “purpose.” It creates a visual
e reason behind GuidED’s re- and what I like.” fairs as well. portfolio they can send to colleges.
markable growth, Hardy says, is the THE PURPOSE “Once we have that all gured out, “ e kids can put their resume
way her approach to counseling has
we start the process.” and pictures and videos of what
evolved organically. “So, from the person we go to the THE PROCESS they’ve done. By having that
“Our slogan is ‘counseling with a purpose,” she said. “Now that they digital portfolio where they can
heart,’ and I was trying to gure out know who they are, what is their pur- Here’s where GuidED starts with showcase these things, it gives
what that really means,”she said.“Stu- pose? We look at their activities, and college applications, building a re- them a sense of purpose.”
dents were saying to me, I want the what they’re involved in—their vol- sume, preparing for the essays, the And having a sense of pur-
‘experience.’But what did that mean?” unteer work, their course work. We supplements, the testing and the in- pose is really what it’s all about.
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Rummage Sale at night on 7 p.m. ursday, Oct. 3, jewelry, paintings, photographs, Grabowski and Randi Carboni, Questions? Contact North Sa-
Croton Falls Church at the Ruth Keeler Memorial Li- ber arts, beauty care items and Mandolin Workshop with Mike lem Rec 914-669-5665
brary. Meet, listen and ask ques- more. ere will also be a cookie Sassano and Wayne Fugate. e Adult health and fitness
Croton Falls Community tions of the candidates running bake o at the event. Enter your Sleepy Hollow String band will Zumba with Amy Green,
Church, 628 Route 22 in Croton for supervisor (uncontested), best cookie. Bring them to the li- host the event along with various Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
Falls, is hosting a Rummage Sale town council, town clerk and brary on Nov. 3 for the judges to friends playing a couple of sets of Sept. 25 to Nov. 20 at the
Friday and Saturday, September town justice. For more informa- taste. Winners receive bragging Bluegrass Music. Folks can bring Pequenakonck Elementary
20 and 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. tion, email [email protected] rights. For more information, chairs and a snack to share for School Gym. $110 for eight ses-
ere’s Something for everyone. Handmade email [email protected] the festivities and their choice of sions.
Rain or shine. Saleable donations
or visit keelerlibrary.org. drinks. e event will take place Fall Into Yin Yoga with Jai-
would be appreciated. Call 914- Holiday Bazaar Ben Fest Picking Party in the Lake Purdys Clubhouse me Roche, Tuesdays 6-7:15 p.m.,
629-9609 for more information. located at 33 Lake Way, Purdys, Sept. 17 to Nov. 26 at St. James
Meet the e Friends of the Ruth Kee- e Westchester Bluegrass form 3-10 p.m. Donation: $10. Village Hall. is quiet and re-
Candidates ler Memorial Library are hosting will be having Ben Fest on Sat- ective class features long held,
the Handmade Holiday Bazaar urday September 21, celebrat- NS Rec Department
e League of Women Vot- from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at ing the Life of our dear friend programs supported oor based poses that
the Ruth Keeler Memorial Li- will focus on opening the con-
nective tissues of the body such
ers of Northeast Westchester are brary. ere will be items made Ben Freed. e Day will in- All registration forms avail- as tendons, ligaments and fascia.
hosting a Meet the Candidates by students 18 and under such as clude a Slow Jam hosted by Jay able at: http://bit.ly/nsrecreation. $220 for eleven sessions.
Yoga-Qi with Cheryl Aiello,
Support Connection’s ursdays 4-4:45 p.m., start-
ing Sept. 19 at the North Salem
Annual Support-A-Walk Firehouse, Route 116. With this
for Breast & Ovarian Cancer unique class where we will incor-
porate stretches, movement and
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traditions of Yoga, Taiji and Qi-
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2019 Gong. $99 for eight sessions.
Modern Martial Arts West-
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Be part of a community that cares! days, 6:45-7:30 p.m., Sept 18, 25,
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“Support Connection helped Proceeds fund Support Connection’s is fun, safe and e ective pro-
my mom and our family free breast & ovarian cancer gram is utilized by people from
tremendously. But it’s also so support services all walks of life. Beginners wel-
rewarding to raise funds for an come! Wednesdays 7:30-8:30
p.m., Sept 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23,
30, Nov 6. Fee: $245
organization that supports our Bring help & hope to people Children’s Programs
entire community – maybe fighting breast & ovarian cancer! North Salem Weekly Tennis
even your neighbor… a with US Sports institute at Joe
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serving, court awareness, and ral-
Melissa Frederick 914-962-6402 lying in a fun, low pressure envi-
2019 Walk Ambassador [email protected] ronment. ursdays, Sept. 12 to
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e Learn-to-Skate program
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want to give back to help per session, per skater. Fee in-
other people the way Sup- cludes public skate before lesson.
*Skate Rental not included.
port Connection helped me.” Fridays 5:30-6 p.m. OR Tues-
days 5:10-5:40 p.m.. Session 1
starts Friday, Sept. 6 or Tuesday,
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ROCK is an information, referral, and habilitation & Healthcare and market bags will go back to the is located at 28 Deveau Road.
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transportation program for older some very crafty volunteers have residents at each facility, which Hammondmuseum.org.
adults, age 60+, who can no longer spearheaded a project for reducing supports purchases they may not Tea Workshops. ese Tea
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cellent way to introduce your chil- drivers who are willing to provide tive “Take It One Step Toward a To purchase, or inquire more basic principles of Japanese Tea
dren to martial arts! Here they are occasional rides to our older adult Greener Future” is now underway information on these bag, please Ceremony and the practice of be-
taught basic martial arts in a fun neighbors. ese rides enable our and ready to launch. In-Trend, contact: ing a perfect guest inside the Japa-
and friendly environment. 8 week clients to remain active in their roomy and breathable crochet and Denise Moore, Administrative nese Tea Room at the Hammond
program. Wednesdays: 1:30-2 communities and to continue knitted market tote bags will be Assistant, 914-940-2103 phone; Museum’s Tea Room. Limit of at-
p.m., Sept 18, 25, Oct 2, 9, 16, 23, to lead ful lling lives. Rides are for sale at both locations. [email protected] tendees: 10 per class. RSVP Only.
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Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is located at 276 Titicus Road. For more information on any of these events,
call 914-669-5161 or visit keelerlibrary.org.
Animal Adaptations on urs- up. We’ll learn about the types Seniors to check out
day, October 17, at 4 p.m.. Using of owls that live in that area and is presentation from and read. e
live animals and mounted speci- meet some live animals that owls Westchester Library System’s World Broke
mens, we’ll discover the di erences might want to eat for dinner, too! group Westchester Seniors Out in Two by
between living on land and in the Registration required. Recom- Speaking (WSOS), on Saturday, Bill Goldstein
water, why animals are fast or slow mended for children 5 and up. October 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 on November
and even nd out an animal that Author Talks with book p.m., is perfect for anyone trying 12 at 7:30 p.m.;
likes to eat skunks! Recommended signing and wine. Richard to navigate their way through our John Marshall: e
for children 5 and up. Morais will discuss his book e complicated healthcare system Man Who Made
Decorate Spooktacular Des- Man with No Borders on 9/15 at for older adults. Walk-ins are the Supreme Court by
serts on Wednesday,October 9, 2 p.m.; George Colt will discuss welcome, but pre-registration is Richard Brookhiser on
decorate some spooktacular des- his book e Game: Harvard,Yale requested at 914-231-3236. December 10 at 7:30 p.m.
serts with chef Debbie Rizzo! and America in 1968 on 10/20 History and Biography book New members encouraged! 1; and e Man with No Borders
Sign up for ONE session only: at 3 p.m.; Robert orson will group Bagels & Books by Richard Morais on September
Session 1 is 3-3:45 p.m., Session discuss his book Stone by Stone: e history and biography book Keeler Library’s Bagels & 19.
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North Salem Varsity
Don’t see your team’s results or statistics listed? Coaches, parents or players can send them to
[email protected] Schedules are subject to change. Visit northsalemcentral.tandem.
co for the latest information.
Cross Country • Tuesday, Sept. 24, North Salem @
Haldane, 4:30 p.m.
• ursday, Sept. 26, North Salem vs.
UPCOMING SCHEDULE Putnam Valley, 4:30 p.m.
• Saturday, Sept. 21, Dan Purdy Invita- Soccer (Girls)
tional (@ Pawling), 8:30 a.m.
• Tuesday, Sept. 24, @ Woodlands, 4:30 (2-3)
• Saturday, Sept. 28, Six Flags Wild Sa-
fari Invitational (@ Six Flags Great Ad- NORTH SALEM 0 BRONXVILLE 1
venture), 11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 9
• Tuesday, Oct. 8, League Champion- North Salem goalkeeper Maddie
ships (@ Pawling), 4 p.m. Martabano made 15 saves. PHOTO: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
NORTH SALEM 4 VS. EDGEMONT 1
Field Hockey Lily Guiliano battles a Croton player for the ball on Friday, Sept. 13.
(2-2) Thursday, Sept. 12 Tennis (Girls)
Julia DeSanto, Ellie Molina, Lily (2-0)
NORTH SALEM 0 BRONXVILLE 6 Guiliano and Camille Flayhan scored
goals for the Tigers. Martabano made 2
Monday, Sept. 9 saves.
NORTH SALEM 5 VS.
NORTH SALEM 1 NORTH SALEM 0 CROTON 2 PLEASANTVILLE 0
PUTNAM VALLEY 0 Friday, Sept. 13 Friday, Sept. 13
Wednesday, Sept. 11 Martabano made 7 saves.
UPCOMING SCHEDULE UPCOMING SCHEDULE Home matches at Hard-
• Tuesday, Sept. 17, North Salem vs. • Tuesday, Sept. 17, North Salem @ scrabble Club
Pawling, 4:15 p.m. Putnam Valley, 4:30 p.m. • Monday, Sept. 16, North
• ursday, Sept. 19, North Salem @ • ursday, Sept. 19, North Salem vs. Salem @ Valhalla, 4:15 p.m.
Rye Neck, 4:15 p.m. Pawling, 4:30 p.m. • Wednesday, Sept. 18, North
• Saturday, Sept. 21, North Salem vs. • Saturday, Sept. 21, North Salem vs. Salem @ Haldane, 4:15 p.m.
Somers, 12:30 p.m. Nanuet, 2 p.m. • Saturday, Sept. 21, North
• Tuesday, Sept. 24, North Salem vs. Ir- • Monday, Sept. 23, North Salem vs. Salem vs. Pawling, 11 a.m.
vington, 4:15 p.m. Yonkers Montessori Academy, 4:30 p.m. • Monday, Sept. 23, North
• Wednesday, Sept. 25, North Salem @ • Wednesday, Sept. 25, North Salem @ Salem @Briarcli , 4:30 p.m.
Hastings, 4:15 p.m. Haldane, 4:30 p.m. • Wednesday, Sept. 25, North
Soccer (Boys) Swim and Dive Salem @ Croton, 4:30 p.m.
NORTH SALEM 0 VS. HASTINGS 2 UPCOMING SCHEDULE NORTH SALEM 0 PHOTO: TWITTER/NS_TIGERS
Monday, Sept. 9 Home meets at Lewisboro Town Park BYRAM HILLS 3
North Salem goalkeeper Mark Mack- • ursday, Sept. 19, John Jay/North North Salem tennis defeated Pleasantville, 5-0, on
Monday, Sept. 9 Friday, Sept. 13.
enzie made 12 saves. Salem @ White Plains, 4:30 p.m.
• Monday, Sept. 23, John Jay/North • Set 1: 16-25
NORTH SALEM 1 EDGEMONT 6
Tuesday, Sept. 10 Salem @ Ursuline, 4:30 p.m. • Set 2: 15-25 • Set 1: 25-11
• Wednesday, Sept. 25, John Jay/North
UPCOMING SCHEDULE • Set 3: 21-25 • Set 2: 22-25
• Monday, Sept. 16, North Salem vs. Salem @ Scarsdale (@ Westchester Com-
munity College), 4:30 p.m. North Salem stat leaders: Juliana • Set 3: 25-11
Westlake, 4:30 p.m.
• Wednesday, Sept. 18, North Salem @ • Friday, Oct. 4, John Jay/North Salem Dutt: 5 aces, 5 assists; Chloe Fogle: 4 • Set 4: 25-20
@ Bronxville (@ Sarah Lawrence Col-
Woodlands, 4:30 p.m. lege), 4:30 p.m. aces, 1 kill, 2 blocks; Joan Herlihy: 23 North Salem stat leaders: Fogle: 6 aces,
• Saturday, Sept. 21, North Salem vs.
• ursday, Oct. 10, John Jay/North digs 5 kills, 2 blocks; Dutt: 5 aces, 5 assists;
Hendrick Hudson, 4 p.m. Salem @ Mamaroneck (@ Hommocks
Middle School), 4:30 p.m. Lauren Russo: 5 aces, 1 block
NORTH SALEM 3 VS. YONKERS
MONTESSORI ACADEMY 1 SEE ROUNDUP PAGE 20
Tuesday, Sept. 10
In the Sept. 5 article about the North Salem cross country team, Emma Litch eld was incorrectly referred to as a junior. She is actually a senior. We regret the error.
Page 20 – North Salem News SPORTS Thursday, September 19, 2019
A new era for North
Interim AD Denise Kiernan excited to lead department
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER lucky and fortunate to have the work on their “Reasons Why”—
opportunity to work with the both personally and with their
students, sta , and community of team—throughout the season.
More than 550 high school North Salem.” “ e captains will be men-
and middle school students in One of her rst initiatives is toring middle school students
North Salem played some sort “My Reason Why.” e cam- throughout the year focusing on
of varsity, junior varsity or modi- paign encourages student-ath- their ‘Reason Why’ and why they
ed sport last year. e district’s letes to share their stories of what should participate in sports,” Ki-
interim athletic director, Denise high school sports mean to them. ernan said. “ e captains will be
Kiernan, is encouraging those Kiernan said she wants to create attending middle school open
student-athletes to think deeply video vignettes with the athletes house night as a result.”
about why they do. and share their answers on the Kiernan, who played Division
Kiernan, who spent the last school district’s social media ac- I soccer at St. Bonaventure Uni-
two years at Sleepy Hollow, was counts. versity (Allegany, N.Y.), said she
hired by North Salem on an in- “ is is really important to me,” wants to help students continue
terim basis in July. She’s replacing Kiernan said. “With the student- their athletic careers in college.
Henry Sassone, who spent more athletes, I will be focusing on ‘My “I am hoping to educate the
than three decades as North Sa- Reason Why’ and work with the student-athletes, parents, and
lem’s athletic director. leaders (captains) to instill why sta about the college-bound Denise Kiernan, interim director of K-12
physical education and athletics at North Salem
ough she’s aware of the a student athlete participates in process,” Kiernan said. “Advocacy
PHOTO: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
controversial circumstances sur- soccer or cross Country as a team for themselves is an important
rounding her predecessor’s ouster, or as an individual within their focus for this process. e con-
Kiernan said she is more focused teams.” cept that the school, student- years at Sleepy Hollow. Before within all students at North Sa-
that, she was at the Glen Cove lem,” Kiernan said. “Finding an
on the future than the past. Borrowing an idea from athletes, and parents working School District for seven years. activity or sport that they like and
continuing this beyond the high
“I am excited to learn the cul- NYSPHSAA (New York State together indicates that everyone So, what was Kiernan’s reason school experience. Student ath-
why she left another Section 1 letes may like sports because they
ture of North Salem and work Public High School Athletic has a role.” school to come to North Salem? are competitive or to simply be
What motivates her to commute with their friends. Lifelong t-
with the student-athletes, sta , Association), Kiernan has also ough often shortened to 90 minutes every day from her ness is critical in the development
home on Long Island? of all students here at North Sa-
and community. I also want to launched a Captain’s Club at athletic director, Kiernan’s actual lem.”
“My reason why is to instill
highlight the great things accom- North Salem. Captains of the title at North Salem is interim the concept of lifelong tness
plishments within the physical varsity teams will meet on a regu- director of K-12 physical educa-
education and athletic programs,” lar basis to discuss their roles as tion and athletics.
Kiernan told North Salem News. leaders on their teams and in Kiernan came to North Sa-
“It is a great community. I am the community. ey will also lem in July after spending two
‘It is a great community. I am lucky and fortunate to have the opportunity
to work with the students, sta , and community of North Salem.’
Interim Director, K-12 Physical Education and Athletics, North Salem School District
ROUNDUP North Salem volleyball
went 1-3 last week.
FROM PAGE 19
NORTH SALEM 0 VS. VALHALLA 3 NORTHSALEMVB
Thursday, Sept. 12
• Set 1: 18-25
• Set 2: 20-25
• Set 3: 15-25
NORTH SALEM 0
RYE NECK 3
Friday, Sept. 13
• Set 1: 18-25
• Set 2: 4-25
• Set 3: 20-25
• Monday, Sept. 16, North Salem @ Edgemont, 4:30 p.m.
• Saturday, Sept. 21, North Salem vs. Keio Academy, noon
• Tuesday, Sept. 24, North Salem @ Putnam Valley, 6 p.m.
• ursday, Sept. 26, North Salem vs. Haldane, 6 p.m.
• Saturday, Sept. 28, North Salem @ Blind Brook, 11 a.m.
Follow us on Twitter (@Halston_Sports) for up-to-the-minute results.
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Scores, what are they good for?
Sports, like a good action ough many people like coverage area in a given week, it nearly impossible to publish
(with con dence) standings or
movie, are universal. to categorize things in ex- MARSH stats and scores are also how stat leaders, which, for reasons I
MADNESS we report on a game without mentioned before, are useful for
Sure, nine “Fast and Furious” tremes—black/white, good/ being there. both reporters and readers.
movies might seem excessive, but evil, right/wrong—most of our My father often made head-
lines for his athletic prowess,
studios will keep pumping them actions fall in an unde nable BRIAN People often think report- both in youth sports and at
out so long as they’re pro table gray area. Yorktown High School.
(two more are in development as But I’ve always loved sports MARSCHHAUSER ers have superpowers, which
is attering. But we don’t, in His mother kept a scrapbook
of his athletic accomplish-
we speak). And they’re pro table because they weren’t abstract. fact, have the ability to tele- ments—his little league no-
hitters, his All-League honors,
because they sell overseas. When the Red Sox and Yan- port from a volleyball game in his 4-interception game, and so
on. As soon as I could read, my
e franchise, since debuting kees are tied 3-3 in the ninth, I have no clue what that means, Cross River to a cross country dad pulled his well-worn book
of highlights o the shelf and let
in 2001, has grossed nearly $6 we don’t fade to black and leave but I know it’s higher than meet in Mahopac in seconds. me read it. His legacy lives on in
those local newspaper clippings.
billion, with almost two-thirds viewers scratching their heads. everybody else’s. Also, shout out We also don’t have the power of
e only people being short-
of that coming from foreign We play until there’s a winner. to Romario Shepherd who leads telepathy, meaning we need the changed when game results
aren’t published are the kids
markets. at’s because you don’t And a team wins when they the league with 8 wickets taken. box scores sent to us. who work all summer to score a
touchdown, make a save, or lead
need to speak English to under- score more. It’s easy to wrap our Stats and scores are the foun- In a best-case scenario, with their team to victory.
stand fast cars and explosions. heads around, especially after a dation of that universal language. the resources we have, we ese student-athletes pour
their heart and soul into their re-
Just like I don’t need to speak long day of dealing with gray. ey are sports’ version of fast can cover about 10 percent of spective sports. e least we can
do is share those accomplish-
Japanese to understand when Personally, I will never un- cars and explosions. athletic competitions in-person. ments. Give us a chance to tell
their stories, too many of which
Masahiro Tanaka is upset with derstand how cricket works. I’ve ey don’t tell the whole e rest is up to the coaches and are being left untold.
a call. tried but it mysti es me. Still, I story, of course, but they still parents. Let’s work together to ensure
no scrapbook is incomplete.
Sports have a language all of can look at standings of the Ca- play a crucial role in our report- I’ve quickly learned in my
Send scores and results to [email protected]
their own. It’s how two non-na- ribbean Premier League (which ing. ough intended as a brief rst month as sports editor that halstonmedia.com.
tive English speakers can com- I just did) and get a pretty clear overview of what happened, box coaches in our area take wildly
municate on the mound without picture. scores can reveal so much more. di erent approaches to sending
a translator. It’s how Stephon At the time I’m writing this, Inside the numbers are where we scores.
Marbury can become a god-like the Guyana Amazon Warriors nd the stories worth telling. Some submit detailed scoring
gure in China without speaking sit atop the standings at 3-0. With nearly 100 games breakdowns by half (or quarter),
Mandarin. ey also have an NRR of 1.263. happening in Halston Media’s complete with their own narra-
tives and comments for us to use
in our reporting.
Some send scores but not stats
because they believe stats are
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Homecoming (fcaweb.org). By 1915, the company’s huge baseball historian, on the Fleis- the history of Fleischmann’s in
Weekend Up to eight former MLB Charles Point facility had more chmann family and their base- Peekskill, and a light bu et from
than 125 buildings, consumed ball interests. 5 to 7 p.m.
Homecoming weekend will baseball players will teach kids more than 5,000 bushels of
be held Sept. 20-21. baseball and life skills. grain, corn, rye and barley a day, On Sunday, from 10 a.m. to Follow the Peekskill Museum
and was equipped with more 4 p.m., a vintage base ball tour- on Facebook for more event de-
It will begin on Friday with Some of the players scheduled than two miles of railroad, us- nament will feature four teams tails or to order dinner tickets.
a 7 p.m. pep rally in the high to appear are: John Doherty, Fred ing 22.5 million gallons of water playing four games under the
school gym followed by a Hall Cambria, Frank Eufemia, Luis and 5,000 tons of coal a month. rules of yesteryear (free admis- Athlete Spotlight
of Fame induction ceremony at Lopez, Mike Porzio, Donovan sion. Players will be out tted in
7:45 p.m. Mitchell and Damien Myers. ough the company changed the baggy annels of the 19th We are elding candidates
its name to Standard Brands in century, swatting hand-made to be featured in our Athlete
e 2019 Hall of Fame in- For more information, call 1929, to this day locals still call balls, and snaring line drives Spotlight section.
ductees are: Noemie Bechu 203-205-2633 or email [email protected] it “Fleischmann’s.” At its peak, with bruised hands and no
(Class of 2013) and Phil Capra fcaweb.org. more than 1,000 people worked gloves. is is vintage base ball To be considered, send an
(Class of 2015). at the Fleischmann Plant. played under the rules of 1864, email to [email protected]
Vintage Base Ball 1865, 1886 and 1895. e games media.com with the varsity ath-
Bechu, a state champion track and Fleischmann’s On Sept. 21-22, the Peekskill will be held at Peekskill Stadium lete’s name, sport, position, and
and eld runner, continued her Museum will host a celebration on Louisa Street near the site any other relevant information.
athletic career at Union College. e Fleischmann’s name has of Fleischmann’s role in Peek- of the old Fleischmann’s o ce
a 150-year history in the United skill’s history and our nation’s building and Molasses Pier. Results
Capra, a North Salem base- States, a large portion of it cen- pastime: a Fleischmann’s Ex-
ball standout, was drafted by the tered in Peekskill, where in 1900 hibit and Reunion and Vintage e weekend festivities will If you don’t see the results of a
New York Mets in 2018. it built the “World’s Largest Base Ball Tournament. continue after the games at 4:30 game in here, we probably went
Yeast Factory,” quickly becom- p.m. in e Factoria, the for- to press before it was played. For
Games will be played ing the city’s most important At 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, mer Fleischmann’s Gin House, more up-to-date results, visit
throughout the day on Saturday business and at one time dubbed e Peekskill Museum will open including a gin and whiskey TapIntoNorthSalem.net or fol-
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Hospital launches food recovery program
Will bene t the Community Center of Northern Westchester
As part of its ongoing ef- residents who have deep roots senior director of Dining Ser- to participate in this important a week for CCNW.
forts to serve the community, in our community. e CCNW vices, Northern Westchester and program.” “People think of Westchester
Northern Westchester Hospital clients range from newborns to Phelps Hospitals, who is spear- Martin says that all food is as a wealthy enclave, but one
(NWH) has launched a food home-bound elderly and include heading the rescue operation on fresh and delivered Tuesday in ve of the county’s residents
rescue operation to bene t the single parents, those with long behalf of the hospital, the food through Friday to the Com- are food insecure, meaning
Community Center of North- term health needs, physical and/ donated to CCNW is part of munity Center of Northern they do not have access at all
ern Westchester (CCNW), a or mental disabilities, families NWH’s Food is Care program, Westchester, and the menu fea- times to enough food for active,
hub of emergency resources that who need to ll a gap between which integrates food and health tures whole grain breads; freshly healthy living,” said Susan Bret-
serves area residents, one in ve paychecks, the underemployed, care in an inventive way. prepared soups from scratch; ti, CCNW’s assistant director
of whom su ers from food inse- and unemployed. “ is is hospital food people fresh and, when possible, lo- of operations. “Sadly, many of
curity. e partnership came about want to eat,” said Martin, noting cally sourced vegetables; freshly our clients are unable to a ord
To start, NWH is providing through the e orts of Dr. Elie that the head chef came from chopped herbs; hormone-free healthy food. We are grateful to
approximately 60 meals a week Abemayor, a gastroenterologist a Michelin-starred restaurant milk; organic salmon; seasonal Northern Westchester Hospital
to CCNW’s food pantry, picked and chairman of NWH’s Medi- and that the food scores in the fruit that is allowed to ripen be- for helping ll the gap.”
up by volunteers four days a cal Board, who wanted to nd 90th percentile on patient sur- fore serving; fresh eggs (500 are According to Bretti, one of
week. CCNW serves almost a way to serve the community veys. “ is is the same food we cracked daily); and nothing that the biggest challenges in food
2,000 families in more than 38 outside the hospital. Hospital serve to sta and patients, and contains preservatives. All menus rescue is distributing individual
Northern Westchester commu- President and CEO Joel Selig- it includes individual servings are reviewed by a registered dieti- portions. e hospital helps by
nities. Neighbors who turn to man immediately green-lighted of soup, sandwiches or entrees cian, and many items are labeled portioning everything in to in-
the Community Center for sup- the project. that are delicious, nutritious and to indicate speci c diets, such as dividual servings. Another chal-
port are new arrivals as well as According to Rebecca Martin, ready to eat. Our sta is thrilled heart healthy, diabetic or low salt. lenge is getting food to the cen-
ough the hospital does not ter. In this case, CCNW found
LEGAL NOTICES have much food waste, NWH volunteers to perform food pick-
provides approximately 60 meals up Tuesday through Friday.
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