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The Katonah-Lewisboro Times 10.24.19

VOL. 2 NO. 20 Visit for the latest news. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2019

Political profiles for Nov. 5 election

In the Town of Bedford’s only contested races this is not being challenged in his bid for re-election to a about themselves, their positions and goals. You can
year, three candidates are vying for two seats on the fourth two-year term. nd the answers for Bedford Town Council on Page

ve-member Town Board. Republican incumbent Democratic incumbent Kitley Covill faces Repub- 12; answers for the Lewisboro Town Council candi-
Don Scott and Democrats Bobbi M. Bittker and El- lican Gina Arena for a two-year term as the District dates on Page 13; and answers for District 2 legislator
len Z. Calves are seeking the four-year terms. Super- 2 legislator. candidates on Page 15.
visor Chris Burdick, the board’s presiding member,
We asked each of the candidates to talk brie y


‘Indians’ fate rests with school board

BY TOM BARTLEY nah-Lewisboro community. ose feelings of the audience lent voice to the dialogue, But a vocal minority of speakers, pressing
CONTRIBUTING WRITER are strong, deep and, Selesnick maintains, with speakers on both sides forcefully ar-
by now likely immutable. ticulating their positions while keeping the board to retain the controversial mas-
For John Jay High School’s venerable passions rmly under control.
Indian mascot, symbolic of the Katonah- Since further debate would hold scant cot, suggested they represented a broad seg-
Lewisboro School District for generations, chance of changing anyone’s rmly held Most of those advocating change, a clear
removal could be only a school board vote views, Selesnick said, he has dismissed the majority of the evening’s speakers, de- ment of the school district’s longtime resi-
away. notion of a “slow, deliberate process” to de- nounced the use of Native American im-
cide the mascot’s fate. Instead, he recom- ages. Josh Lund, for example, insisted this dents.“It seems like we listen to the loudest
Schools Superintendent Andrew Selesn- mended that the school board itself make was “no place for old mindsets,” saying,
ick last week sent the matter back to those the decision in a simple up-or-down vote. “Our district’s honoring of the oversim- voices,” said Nick Giardina.
seven elected trustees, recommending they pli ed stereotype of Native Americans is
vote—without reopening public debate— At its Oct. 17 meeting, Selesnick ad- more than simply o ensive. It’s messy, it’s He proudly embraced the Native Ameri-
on whether to keep the district’s contro- dressed the board, which had asked him intellectually lazy and it’s dishonest, and I
versial iconography. Critics call it racist last month to devise a “process” by which to can symbolism he wore three decades ago
symbolism, divisive and demeaning, while evaluate the Indian mascot’s propriety. Last nd it, frankly, hypocritical.”
supporters view it as not only the schools’ Heather Lackey, who addressed the as quarterback of the John Jay Indians. “I’m
longtime emblem but also a celebration of ursday, however, he said, “I think this is board two weeks ago, called it “hugely di-
the area’s rich Native American history. one of those very rare instances where a visive” while James Spione said the mascot o ended when I hear people talk about ‘out
process might not in fact be helpful—in was “wrong. It’s just wrong.” His son Sam-
When it comes to changing the mascot, fact, might be more harmful.” uel,a 2017 John Jay graduate,described it as with the old, in with the new,’ ” the 1989
peoples’ convictions cross generational lines outdated symbolism that “sends the wrong
and reach into every corner of the Kato- More than three dozen residents crowd- message.” graduate told the board. Later, in a post-
ed into the high school library for the two-
hour-long mascot discussion. Almost half ing on Facebook, he went on to paint the

logo’s critics as relative newcomers, drawn

to a Katonah-Lewisboro community made

attractive by the residents who had come

before them. “It was us ‘old’ that made this

great area so appealing that they all wanted

to move here, now they want it all to them-

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4-5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 27, hosted by support local individuals and families who are
JODI WEINBERGER South Salem Presbyterian Chruch and St. a ected by Alzheimer’s Disease. of Katonah
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BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER for more information. Vista Auxiliary back in action after their annual August
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-302-5628 break. Members used the respite to thor-
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Church’s Chili Cook-off Ladies Night Out oughly clean and reorganize their rift
ADVERTISING TEAM Shop, site of donated sales that raise money
e Vista Fire Dept. Auxiliary 14th Annu- for the club’s many charities.
[email protected] e South Salem Presbyterian Church’s al Ladies Night Out is from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Ongoing social activities include the knit-

PAUL FORHAN Chili Cook-o has a new name. e Chip Oct. 25, at e Vista Fire House, 377 Smith crochet group every Monday at 2 p.m., Mah
[email protected] Andrus Chili Cook–o will be held on Sat- Ridge Road, South Salem. is event features Jongg every Tuesday at 1 p.m. and bridge on
845-621-4049 urday, November 2, at 6 p.m. e event has more than 25 vendors, ra es, food and drink. the third Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m., a
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JENNIFER CONNELLY been re-named in memory of the Church’s Admission is $10. Adults only. book club on the fourth ursday at 10:30
[email protected] beloved pastor Rev. Dr. Charles Andrus, a li- Lewisboro Seniors a.m. and the Civic Singers on Friday’s at 10
BRUCE HELLER turgical scholar, musician and Arkansas raised a.m. All events are held at Memorial House.
[email protected] chef who passed away last year at the age of Holiday Boutique at KES
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PRODUCTION MANAGER Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley NY. Wednesday, Dec. 11 from noon to 4 p.m. at Katonah Elementary School’s 4th An-
[email protected] Tickets for tasters can be purchased the Le Chateau, 1410 Old Post Rd (Route 35), nual Holiday Boutique to be held Saturday,

CHRISTINA ROSE day of the event for $20, $5 for children 12 South Salem November 23 from 10 a.m. to 3p.m. Come
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MASCOT against student discrimination, ha- foLrVAnCewremcreumitbinegrs
rassment, intimidation, taunting and e following is from the Lewisboro Volunteer wants to become a driver. LVAC will also spon-
FROM PAGE 1 bullying. And it required those ac-
cused of violating those safeguards— Ambulance Corps: sor any member who wishes to become a NY State
Giardina, at the meeting, disagreed “even when that person believes
with Selesnick’s recommendation to their intentions are good,” Selesnick Certi ed Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
seek a board vote directly, eschewing noted—to stop the action forthwith.
community sentiment. “ ere was a e Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps To join as an adult member you must be 18
process that was asked to be put in e superintendent then listed
place,” he said. “ ere’s no process more than a half-dozen organiza- is an all-volunteer group of your friends and years old and live in town. No experience or
here. e decision seems to have al- tions, including the state Education
ready been made.” Department, National Congress of neighbors that responds to medical emergen- background in emergency service is necessary.
American Indians and U.S. Civil
Others were critical of the pro- Rights Commission, which “have cies every day and night of the year. ey are You will participate on your own time, usu-
posal to decide the mascot issue all taken positions against the use of
with a school board vote. Lorraine Native American mascots.” highly trained and capable of handling a wide ally during a twelve-hour day or evening “duty
Gallagher, claiming Indian heritage
“on both sides of my family,” argued He told the board members that range of medical and trauma emergencies. shift” once a week. You are not required to stay
that student-athletes would be most the “recommendation I would make
a ected by a change and “I hope to you if you were asking for it on LVAC’s primary needs are Emergency Medical at LVAC headquarters when on duty.
they’re consulted.” Liz Katz main- this issue is quite clear: If we’re to ask
tained that “by telling children they our students to change their behav- Technicians and ambulance drivers. LVAC will You will be on call from your home or place
don’t have a voice, we’re telling them ior when that behavior o ends oth-
they don’t matter.” ers—and that is what we do—then o er training in both categories. of business, if in town. You will be equipped
we should as a school district model
At the board’s Sept. 19 meeting, the same thing.” “It takes a special person to work on an am- with a pager that alerts you to a call and a two-
trustee Terrence Cheng declared that
the Indian mascot was not a symbol In ruling out in his recommenda- bulance and the experience is unlike any other. way radio allowing you to communicate with
“we all can be proud of as a commu- tion of any renewed community in-
nity.”His fellow board members sub- put, Selesnick said that after 30 years e ability to provide direct relief and comfort other members on duty with you during your
sequently called that a subject worth of debating the mascot’s propriety, “I
exploring. Board President Marjorie don’t anticipate that a process would to people in stressful situations is priceless,” weekly shift.
Schi asked Selesnick to develop “a change hearts and minds.”
process” that would let the trustees said Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps Initially, after training in First Aid and CPR
consider whether the mascot should A board vote could come as ear-
be changed. ly as Nov. 7. In the meantime, the (LVAC) Captain Dan Murtha. “If you’re that you would be assigned a “duty shift” that works
school district will hold another
A month later, Selesnick traced gathering in its Learning Cafe series person please consider joining our great team.” around your schedule. You would respond to
some of the changing attitudes— on Monday, Oct. 28. Selesnick said it
and laws—of the past three decades. will provide an opportunity to “talk He urged people in Lewisboro to “consider an emergency along with the duty “crew”—an
Among them, the state’s Dignity for to the community” about this issue
All Students Act, he said, brought a but “importantly, not to invite input volunteering their time to join a wonderfully EMT crew chief, a driver and a rst aider, you.
strict zero-tolerance policy in 2012 on the process.”
diverse group of their neighbors—men, wom- To become a driver, you must be 21 years of

en, bankers, teachers, retirees, working mothers, age, be trained as a First Aider (CPR and First

tradesmen and Junior Corps members.” Aid) and then undergo specialized emergency

“While we greatly appreciate our commu- vehicle driver training at LVAC.

nity’s generous nancial support, especially in You will attend a monthly meeting on the rst

these di cult times, equally critical to our con- Tuesday of the month and two other drills on the

tinued ability to serve our neighbors is the avail- second and fourth Tuesdays of the month.

ability of volunteer EMTs, Drivers, and First LVAC’s coverage area includes the Town

Aiders,” Murtha said. of Lewisboro except Vista, which has it’s own

No experience is necessary. All training will be EMS agency and volunteers.

provided, including First Aid, CPR, and special- Visit for an application

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Lewisboro Library families are invited to the annual “Hal- and complete their own personal is year’s Harvest Table premium
loween at the Library.” Take your cos- New York state advance directives. ra e gives entrants a chance to win a
e Lewisboro Library is located at 15 tume for a test run, listen to some spooky o cial forms will be provided free packet of four $250 gift cards ($1,000
Main St., South Salem. For more infor- stories, then go trick o’ treating through- of charge. these forms include both total value) to local ne-dining establish-
mation or to RSVP, visit lewisborolibrary. out the Library. the health care proxy and living ments: e Farmhouse at Bedford Post;
org. will. Take the opportunity to have Peter Pratt’s Inn (Yorktown); Pour (Mt.
Beatles Fans Rejoice! On Sunday, your questions answered about this Kisco); and Purdy's Farmer &
How to Download Books, Movies & November 3 at 2 p.m., take a trip back in essential part of end-of-life planning the Fish. Ra e tickets are $40 each, and
More on Saturday, October 26 at 11 a.m. time with John, Paul, George and Ringo! and also to implement a plan of your only 125 tickets will be available for sale
Library patrons can download or stream In the multimedia program “Beatles own to ensure that your nal wishes will at
books, movies and music FREE with ‘68”, Mark Hasskarl, a huge Beatles fan be honored.
their library card, by using the Library’s and collector, will examine 1968 in the e evening’s live auction will feature
downloadable digital media and stream- Beatles’ story through the use of photos, Free to all. Cake and co ee served. unique and fun “experience” items, in-
ing services. music, and video. Harvest Table Cocktail Bene t and cluding a paddle tennis party at Bedford
Auction to be held on Saturday, Novem- Golf &Tennis, and a children’s party
ere are No Repair Shops at 80,000 e Inside Scoop on Health Apps. ber 2. Katonah Village Library’s Harvest at the Library hosted by the KVL Chil-
Feet. ere are No Repair Shops at Overwhelmed by the number of health Table bene t cocktail party will again dren’s Room librarian and sta .
80,000 Feet! is the title of a lecture on apps – and wonder which ones are the delight patrons with food, drink, and
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them back safely. and puzzles. Uber-volunteer Gail Ames will be
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New United Way CEO was
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BY TRUDY WALZ extensive, nationwide search for a forward for all I received as I was

CONTRIBUTING WRITER successor to Alana Sweeny when growing up by trying to help as

she ends a ve-year tenure. many people as possible out of

In announcing the new CEO As to the latter, Gabriel has whatever circumstances that they

and president of United Way lived its “values and vision”—and nd themselves in.”

of Westchester and Putnam, it has made him what and who And there are a lot of people in

its board of directors chair June he is. need, he acknowledges, “through

Blanc called the South Salem In an interview, Gabriel, a no fault of their own.”

resident “a transformational lead- native of New York City and a “ ose, of course, are people

er” who “shares the values and vi- 15-year resident of Lewisboro, that I have a fondness for,” he

sion” of the nonpro t. where he lives with his wife, Ja- said, “and speci cally, the United

As to the former, omas Ga- nine Prete, describes a childhood Way is just an amazing organiza-

briel, 50, began honing his lead- mired in poverty. His mother was tion that helps local residents in

ership skills right out of Iona disabled and his father died when Westchester and Putnam to be-

College, where he earned a bach- he was in his teens. “And I didn’t come self-su cient.”

elor’s degree in public relations grow up in a great neighbor- Among other things, Gabriel

and advertising and a master’s hood,” he added. said the organization works on

degree in business administra- “If it were not for the help the root causes of poverty by

tion. His resume documents his and assistance and support of helping children to read pro -
rise to success as a fundraising nonpro t organizations and ciently by the end of third grade Thomas Gabriel

and communications profes- scholarship funds in educational and focusing on nancial stability

sional and illustrates the kind of programs throughout my life…I through job-training programs. done at every organization and A board member for the Associa-

commitment to those in need the would not be here today,” Gabriel “And,of course,they are the rst, it’s those skills I’m hoping to tion of Development O cers, he

United Way was seeking in its said. “So, I am sort of paying it sort of, responder, if you will, when bring to the United Way to help was named its 2019 Outstand-

people are in crisis because of their increase its impact.” ing Fundraising Professional. He

2-1-1 helpline, which is where at track has led him to Unit- also is the recipient of the 2019

people call to nd help,” he said. ed Cerebral Palsy of Westchester, C-Suite Award from Westfair

RIP Frizzy Hair “And so, in many ways, the UW the VNA & Hospice Care Foun- Communications.
plays an important, pivotal role in dation of Hudson Valley, the Of his new position with an
helping people in need get out of United Way of Greenwich and organization that is more than

the circumstances they’re in.” the Westchester Land Trust. His twice the size of United Way of

Highlight! Gabriel said his studies in col- last position was with Legal Ser- Greenwich in terms of employees
lege prepared him well for the vices of Hudson Valley, which he and funds raised, Gabriel said he

Haircut! career path he’s taken. was serving as chief development would be responsible for “creat-

“I was always focused on work- o cer at the time of his appoint- ing a culture for an organization

Olaplex ! ing in the nonpro t world,” he ment by the UWWP. He was ex- and connecting the community

said. “ e track I took was fun- pected to assume his new mantle at large to the mission and the

draising, public relations and on Oct. 7. work of the organization.

communications; assisting non- In addition, Gabriel has served “ at’s my goal,” he said.

pro t organizations connect to on UWWP’s Not-for-Pro t “Building relationships in the

the community. at’s what I’ve Leadership Summit Committee. community.”

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Trashure On stage: ‘Sender’ sends up millennials

These busy fall weekends READING, There are studies that show BRUCE addictions, obsession with self,
are lled with autumn WRITING & students exposed to live THE BLOG sel es and smoothies, disillusion-
festivals, art shows, soc- CHOCOLATE theater tend to exhibit a ment with rampant materialism,
cer and football practices, apple higher level of empathy, critical wanderlust, threesomes. ey’re
thinking, and tolerance. all packed in here, in a sobering,

and pumpkin picking, haunted KIM at information was imparted BRUCE unambiguous way that bellows,
house tours, and tag sales. e KOVACH
crisp sunny fall days are the to the audience I was in recently APAR “Suck it up, get your act together,

at Denizen eatre in New Paltz, and grow the “F” up already.”

perfect time to foist your old a college town lled with students Mr. Holt’s slender plot has Lynx

junk onto other people. enrolled at that outpost of State suddenly materializing after spend-

Sure, there are tag sales and garage sales all year round. But there University of New York (SUNY). ing a full year in absentia, presumed

is something di erent about the fall. e colorful leaves and the “Empathy and emotional intelligence is learned dead by his friends, his admirers, and his lovers (Tess

nip in the air awaken our senses. We turn from the lethargy of through everyday interaction,” says Brainstorm and Jordan both). e circumstantial evidence pointed

summer into shopping machines once the back-to-school frenzy Productions, a specialist in using school theater to to his demise in a WIsconsin lake. But, despite being

kicks o . Americans are programmed to shop. We buy giant bags combat bullying by promoting cyber safety and mourned by these three, and many more, as forever

of Halloween candy, trinkets to adorn our homes for every possible improving student behavior and well-being. gone, this hep cat has landed on his feet.

holiday, scented candles, and bric-a-brac. In that spirit, Denizen eatre, a one-year-old at’s more than enough plot for Ike Holter to

My neighbor has been extolling the virtues of that tidying-up jewel of a black-box performance space in New make the most of, as he stylishly paints in lurid colors

guru, Marie Kondo, on our two-mile walks around the neighbor- Paltz, prides itself on staging plays with a conscience. these Millennials’ plodding pace toward responsible

hood. My neighbor proudly informs me of her progress in de- (Student tickets can be had for a generously a ord- life choices.

cluttering her home and garage of papers, folders, clothing, books, able $5.)

kitchen utensils and the various objects we all have stu ed inside e truths that confront us in Denizen mate- FREE TO BE OFF THE GRID

boxes in the back of our closets. At our last update, she reported rial can be painful, but thank goodness they are not Played with rambunctious charm and guile by Mr.

her shredded paper tally at 64 bags so far. painfully obvious in the writing or acting. Denizen’s Williamson (co-artistic director of Denizen), Lynx

In her de-cluttering mission, my neighbor has researched the mission is to stimulate rather than enervate. regales Tess and Jordan with fantastical tales of his

area libraries accepting used books, the recycling centers taking exploits during the 365 days he was grid-free (“I built

unwanted printers and electronic gadgets, repositories for used EMPATHY DOESN’T EQUAL SYMPATHY a house!” says he, with suspect credibility).

clothing and places that take scraps of material to re-purpose. If at commitment to avant-gardism and to hu- I found Veronica Cooper’s interpretation of the

you have an object that no longer brings you joy, she will know manism -- not to be taken lightly in today’s slop sink pensive, mostly sedentary Tess mesmerizing and

where you can o -load it in an eco-friendly way. of mobile-disposable-digital-folderol (the kind of cannily measured, quietly holding her own playing

Every weekend, new hand-written signs pop up along the local cadenced phrasing you might hear in this play) -- is opposite Mr. Williamson’s lithe, cat-like mania.

roads pointing arrows towards tag sales and yard sales. I remember readily apparent in award-winning playwright Ike Samantha Jane Williams and Maurice Chin-

when I rst moved up to Lewisboro from NYC, I thought it was Holter’s Sender, at Denizen through Oct. 27. nery both are excellent as the married couple whose

delightful to pull up in front of a home with a yard sale going on. Mr. Holter, a distinctive and powerful voice of fraught relationship would be mutually destructive

Only after perusing the dusty, stained, chipped and out-dated his generation, shows a lot of empathy toward other were it not for Jordan’s “weak” character, as Lynx puts

o erings did I see that there was nothing that I needed or wanted Millennials, namely the four depicted in Sender. it, and Cassandra’s resilient empathy. ey are alumni

to purchase. I have my own mementos (most still packed in boxes at doesn’t necesarily mean he shows them a lot of of the SUNY New Paltz theater program.

from my last move). Why should I buy someone else’s? sympathy. He’s dispensing tough love, and if there’s a And if you’re wondering what the title of Mr.

I don’t consider thumbing through other people’s discards as safe space, it’s in the audience, not so much on stage Holter’s play means, here’s how the Urban Diction-

fun. Maybe that’s my problem. If I had a particular item that I where his characters dwell, with plights aplenty. ary de nes the slang form of “sender”... “A person

collected, like cranberry glass bud vases or small mirrors or animal- ere’s enigmatic Lynx (Ben Williamson), who who doesn’t take anyone’s s**t and just does as he/she

themed candle stick holders, then it would be a wonderful scaven- slinks around as the center of gravity despite being pleases, no matter the circumstances or the outcome.”

ger hunt visiting as many local tag sales as possible each weekend gravitas-de cient; troubled Tess (Veronica Cooper), If that’s the case, Mr. Holter could as easily titled

to add to my collection. People collect lots of di erent items: his ex-girlfriend with a drinking issue whose current his work Lynx, but where’s the mystique in that—or

ceramic chickens, old cameras, musical instruments. career is dog-walker; jumpy Jordan (Maurice Chin- the poetry. If he made things that simple, you might

Of course, some people scour rural and suburban garage sales nery), looking for an escape from the ball-and-chain forget for a moment that life is anything but simple.

in the hopes of nding inexpensive treasures to re-sell online. You of humdrum existence; clear-eyed, no-nonsense Like Lynx, it’s gloriously messy and unknowable.

have to have a sharp eye to spot a rst edition book or a maker’s Cassandra (Samantha Jane Williams), boldly trying Sender runs through Oct. 27 on Wednesdays

stamp on the bottom of an old cookie jar that may yield big bucks to keep the others on the straight and narrow, and to through Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m.

on the re-sale market. After all, one person’s trash may turn out to keep Lynx away from everyone. Regular tickets are available for $28, $24 for seniors,

be another person’s treasure. Actually the term trashure, a combi- Mr. Holter is one of those dramatists with a and $15 for those under 30; $5 student tickets are

nation of trash and treasure, can be found in the Urban Dictionary. golden ear for the visceral, staccato language of the available for every show. For more info: Denizen e-

Savvy early morning shoppers are the rst ones to paw through street. It takes a little bit to acclimate your ear to his

the boxes and check the stats on their smart phones before forking characters’ hip-hop mosh pit of patois, so paying Note: My complete review of Sender can be found

over any money to the homeowner. Many residents hold tag sales rapt attention to their verbal sparring is imperative at by searching “Sender.”

prior to moving out of their homes. ey hope to avoid lugging -- and fun, even if you’re decades removed from their

everything back inside the house at the end of the day. generational telegraphy. Bruce “ e Blog” Apar is a writer, publicist, actor, civic

I’m still trying to adhere to the one item in, one item out rule. volunteer, and sole proprietor of regional marketing

So unless I decide to hold my own tag sale, I am not in the market PUGILISTIC PLAYWRIGHT agency APAR/PR. He reviews Hudson Valley theater

to buy one more dust-catching trinket or pre-owned knick-knack. is playwright is positively pugilistic in pulling no for, and is the ghostwriter for

No “trashure”hunting for me this fall. I’ll stick to apple picking. punches as he lays out wusup with America’s latest new ForbesBooks title, “Fisch Tales: e Making of a

rendition of “ e Lost Generation.” Millennial Baby Boomer,” by Bob Fisch. Follow him as

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Support for John homeowners are so busy with LETTERS e positions in the upcom- and make your voice heard! I
Pappalardo their daily lives that only a small ing election (November 5th, encourage everyone to vote in
percentage will actually take the Support for don’t forget) are exclusively for our local elections on November
To the editor: time to do so. Democrats local o cials. at almost al- 5th, and I strongly endorse the
I am writing to urge your ways means depressingly low Bedford Democratic slate: Kit-
I don’t doubt Councilman To the editor: voter turnout. ere may be no ley Covill for County Legisla-
readers to get out and vote on Welsh’s sincerity, but consid- Local elections select o cials TV advertisements, soundbytes, tor, Chris Burdick for Town Su-
November 5th for the re-elec- ering that several years ago he or televised debates with famous pervisor, and Bobbi Bittker and
tion of John A. Pappalardo to left his job in IT to become the who will make decisions about talking heads, but the results Ellen Calves for Town Board.
the Lewisboro Town Board. As paid program director of the YOUR roads, YOUR town of these elections impact your
a current member of the Board, very plan he is now hawking be- pools, YOUR parks, YOUR daily lives just as much, and ar- Bob Beck
I have worked side-by-side with fore the town board at televised libraries, and YOUR services. guably even MORE than those Bedford Hills
John on a number of issues that meetings where he sits as an of- Additionally, these o cials and big national circus events. Have
are critical to our Town, most their decisions in uence policy you ever wanted to complain to Vote on Nov. 5
notably infrastructure projects cer, his actions may be a poten- statewide, and have a hand in one of your representatives, or
such as the construction the new tial ethical violation under both the bills, ideas, and arguments had an idea on how to improve To the editor:
Cell Tower to enhance both cel- our Town Code and the State brought to the oor of the state something that could potential- While some candidates are
lular phone service and improve General Municipal Law. legislature. e people we elect ly bene t hundreds of people?
emergency communication. on November 5th (there’s that You have that access in local touting their “non-partisan” sta-
In addition, John has played a I understand the goals of the date again) represent Bedford/ government! ese are people tus, that is nothing more than a
leadership role on the on-going program and would encour- Katonah’s values on the state- you can actually get in touch sheep in wolf ’s clothing. What
e ort to rehabilitate, repair and age anyone interested to enroll. wide level. at’s why I support with, and they make themselves matters most is electing people
repave our roads. the Bedford Dems 2019 slate. available! who stand up for ALL residents.
e choice, should be theirs, Ellen Calves and Bobbi Bittker
But John’s commitment to our however, by way of an OPT- “All politics is local”. at is is not the time to sit on for Bedford Town Board, Chris
Town goes well beyond his role IN process. Additionally, in the phrase can be interpreted and your hands. If you want YOUR Burdick for Town Supervisor,
on the Board. He has lived in interest of full disclosure, at the manipulated in countless ways opinions and values represented and Kitley Covill for County
Lewisboro for 28 years and has time they make their choice they to suit any philosophy of gov- on the town, county, and state Legislator are the choices to
dedicated himself to supporting should be advised of Mr. Welsh’s ernance or campaigning. It is a level, go out on November 5th
our children and young adults. potential con ict. term so ubiquitous in politics SEE LETTERS PAGE 14
As the President of the Lions that it’s virtually meaningless,
Club, for instance, he started the Andrea Carapella Rendo except that it is absolutely true.
Leos Club, providing our youth
with opportunities to engage in South Salem
community-based service proj-
ects. He has also been active as a
father and community member
in scouting and coaching youth
baseball, basketball and soccer

In all of these many ways, John
has shown us, the voters, who he
is and where his commitments
lie. It is time for us to show up at
the polls on November 5th and
demonstrate that we appreciate
all he has done to make Lewis-
boro a better Town.

Tony Gonçalves

Lewisboro Town Board

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heard Councilman Dan Welsh In business for over 35 years!
praise the virtues of Energize
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By his own admission, it is Oct. 31, 2019
highly possible that the plan Coupon must present at time of service. Cannot be combined with any other offer.
will cost taxpayers more and will $
have no e ect on the percentage Any Repair
of green energy that gets fed to 100%ALGLUWAROARNKTEED
the town on the grid. If every- Cannot be combined with any other offers
one in our community were to Coupon must present at time of service. Cannot be combined with any other offer.
enroll, the percentage of carbon
free energy that would actu- $100 OFF New Heating System ReplacementCoupon must present at time of service. Cannot be combined with any other offer.
ally reach us would remain the
same (and most likely reduce
signi cantly when Indian Point
is closed).

More concerning is that en-
rolling, in this attempt at social
engineering, is automatic and re-
quires taxpayers to OPT -OUT
if they are not interested. is
trick that relies on the fact that


Bedford Town Council

Bobbi M. Bittker Bobbi M. Bittker Ellen Z. Calves Don Scott ford Village Elementary. In
Democratic, Working Families, Democratic, Working Families, Republican, Conservative, 1987 I moved with my wife,
Who are you? Provide a Libertarian, Serve America Stephanie, to Katonah, where
brief overview of your back- Independence Independence we raised our two children,
ground and experience. Movement Greg and Katie, who are both
serve the people of Bedford. in the climate crisis. Strengthen- graduates of Katonah schools.
I am a married parent of Why do you want to be a coun- ing our climate resilience and the same time move Bedford for- I have served Bedford as a
three children, ages 22, 18 and converting to renewable energy ward. As a former environmental councilman for ve years. Pre-
14, living in Bedford for the cilman? sources will put us on the path to attorney, green business fund ad- vious elected positions: KLSD
last 26 years: 18 years in Bed- I am a strong believer in the im- better economic security: exactly visor, nonpro t leader and com- School Board president, Kato-
ford Hills, 8 years in Katonah what every town wants. munity organizer, I want to put nah Elementary School com-
before that. My husband, Aric, portance of good government. My my skills and experience to work pact chair and Katonah re
grew up in Katonah. When we experience and skills will serve our Ellen Z. Calves for all of Bedford. commissioner. I am a graduate
were engaged, we decided to town well, the town that has been of Vanderbilt University with
put down roots here, since my wonderful to me and my family. Who are you? Provide a brief What is a top priority for the a double major in business ad-
husband loved growing up in I want to see it thrive for many overview of your background Town Board going forward? ministration and economics.
Bedford. more families, and I can make that and experience. I own a Katonah-based legal
happen. Personally, I will enjoy e top priority for the Town marketing rm. Local philan-
I’ve volunteered from the seeing the fruits of my labor in real As the program director at Board is to make sure that all thropic positions include the
time I arrived in this com- time. Helping people I see every Bedford 2020, I engage the Bed- voices are heard in our commu- Katonah Village Improvement
munity at the Katonah-Bed- day and improving their quality of ford community in initiatives nity and that we listen to each Society, e Community Cen-
ford Hills Ambulance Corps life? To me, that’s a gift. around pollution, energy and the other. Hearing and respecting a ter and ACE – Allied Commu-
(EMT), Bedford Hills El- preservation of natural resources. diverse range of interests is criti- nity Enterprises.
ementary and Fox Lane middle What is a top priority for the I work e ectively with residents, cal to forging long-term, a ord- Why do you want to be a coun-
and high schools (including Town Board going forward? businesses, schools, organizations, able solutions. is is something I cilman?
FLMSA VP), Bet Torah Syna- the town board members and have done throughout my career. I am running because I love the
gogue in Mount Kisco (board e top priority is to examine town departments. work.I bring experience to the job,
of directors, executive commit- our short- and long-term plan- e next phase of town planning which is invaluable,especially with
tee, Sisterhood president, youth ning through the lens of the cli- When I am not working at should provide a blueprint for the departure of Lee Roberts, who
commission chair, nursery school mate crisis, and decide how we Bedford 2020, I volunteer with smart economic growth in our has 24 years of experience on the
board chair), Bedford Commu- can limit climate change or adapt other local organizations, attend hamlet centers, infrastructure, cli- job. We will miss her knowledge.
nity eatre (board member) and to it while ful lling our responsi- community events and spend time mate resiliency, a ordable hous- I bring a combination of new
the Girl Scouts (troop leader and bilities. Climate change will a ect with my family (my two John Jay ing, environmental protection and ideas and institutional knowledge
Silver Award Mentor). our public health, economy, food High School teens, one daughter policies to support our unique across many constituencies in our
supply, water quality, utility de- out of college and my husband, character. I will work to ensure community, which is vital to suc-
Professionally, I am a civil rights mands and so much more. Herbie). that the creation and execution of cessful local government. I have
advocacy attorney. I am co-chair this vision involves extensive com- made a di erence over my term. I
of an American Bar Association Infrastructure is where town Why do you want to be a coun- munity dialogue, cooperation and have actual, hands-on, town board
Civil Rights committee, a mem- government has the most control cilman? consensus building. Ultimately, it experience, which puts me in a
ber of the New York State Bar and where we can make headway is the work that we do together, unique position among the candi-
Association Committee on Civil Over the years I have been irre- under the right leadership that dates this year.
Rights (Legislation and Advocacy sistibly drawn to sign on and sup- will move Bedford sustainably What is a top priority for the
subcommittee), a founding mem- port one thing after the next that forward. Town Board going forward?
ber of the Human Rights Cam- makes Bedford a special place to We need to keep working to
paign’s Project THRIVE, and live. From the Playhouse to the Don Scott promote prosperous hamlets in
most recently was made a direc- Community Center, Stepping Bedford Village, Bedford Hills
tor on the board of the Mazzoni Stones to Reusable Bags, TIOLI Who are you? Provide a brief and Katonah. We need to under-
Center for LGBTQ Health and to KVIS and Bedford 2020. But it overview of your background stand that property taxes impact
Well-Being in Philadelphia and is not enough. I want to do more and experience. the value of our homes, now more
joined the editorial board of the to support what makes this place than ever. We must do our best to
American Bar Association’s Hu- special, build community, and at I rst moved to Bedford as a run our town more e ciently and
man Rights Magazine. fourth-grader attending Bed- lower the cost of our services. We
must provide additional support
I feel at home in public service for our seniors, so they can stay in
and hope I earn the privilege to our community and we must con-
tinue to preserve our open space
and protect our environment. Our
local government is about bring-
ing us together to address the
challenges we face and to break
down those walls that sometimes
separate us. As they say, govern-
ment is what we do together.

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Lewisboro Town Council

Gregory La Sorsa for a school district prior to
coming to Sustainable West-

Who are you? Provide a chester where today I run

brief overview of your back- the rst Community Choice

ground and experience. Aggregation electric power

My wife and I are 27- year program in NY, with 27 mu-

residents of Goldens Bridge, nicipal participants and over

where we have raised four 115,000 customers. I have

adult children two girls and served previously as volunteer

two boys, and we have a one Chairman of the Sustainable

year old granddaughter. I am Westchester Transportation &

an experienced trial lawyer Land Use Committee. In that

and practice with a rm I role I organized and provided

helped start in White Plains. support to municipal commit-

While I am running for o ce tees and NGOs around West-

for the rst time, I have sig- chester who were desirous of

ni cant volunteer leadership advancing best practices for

experience in town, including Gregory La Sorsa John Pappalardo Daniel Welsh “Complete Streets,” design-
having served seven years as Republican, Conservative, Democratic, Working Families Democratic, Working Families, ing for safer and more vibrant
president of the Lewisboro streets and neighborhoods.
Independence Green
Baseball Association (LBA) In that work, I leaned on my

and on the Parks & Recreation of ad hoc zoning changes that ac- group known as the “Leos” and ball courts and supported the es- experience in Lewisboro, driv-

Advisory Council. Most recently, tually undermined the plan while grew it to 100 children. I was very tablishment of the New Dawn ing the development of the rst

for the past seven years I’ve been paving the way for the Wilder active in youth sports and sup- Family Resource Center for do- such policy in Westchester, and

a member of the Planning Board. Balter development along Route portive of scouting. I am a prac- mestic violence victims. is was extensive community engage-

Why do you want to be on the 22 and more recently a proposed ticing attorney in White Plains all done in a scally responsible ment, workshops etc in our ham-

Town Council? re-zoning of Old Goldens Bridge for 33 years. I am an incumbent manner while towing the line on lets. I put much of the ideas that

I am running because I feel to four-family density in order to on the Town Board, where I have taxes. came from that engagement into

that the past several years of one- rush through sale of the Gold- been elected for two terms and What is a top priority for the Lewisboro’s Bike and Pedestrian

party rule in Lewisboro has al- ens Bridge Community House, a have been sitting for nine years. Town Council going forward? Master Plan Addendum.

lowed the attention of the board longtime town asset, to a private Why do you want to be on the To complete the projects we Why do you want to be on the

to drift away from the nuts and developer to ensure the proceeds Town Council? have started, principally in the Town Council?

bolts work that it takes to run a could be booked by the end of I have genuinely enjoyed my areas of green initiatives and the I feel an enthusiasm around

town. Currently four Democrats the year. Finances have also been nine years on the Town Board road repaving and rehabilitation some of the areas of my passion

and one member of the Green a major factor in the deterioration and am very proud of my achieve- program. that was not so pronounced in

party comprise the board. It is of our recreational facilities and ments. During my tenure the Daniel Welsh my earlier years in o ce, and I
not my party a liation as the caused us to fall behind in follow- town’s credit rating was upgrad- want very much to see us through

lone Republican, but my track ing the Cornell Study, making our ed, allowing us to borrow money to some of the goals around Sus-

record on the Planning Board deteriorating roads a ticking - at a competitive interest rate. We Who are you? Provide a brief tainability, livability and good

and elsewhere that leads me to nancial time bomb. In addition to put this money directly into our overview of your background planning that have come into

believe that my voice will add a being more disciplined in spend- infrastructure by rehabilitating and experience. view. I am very excited about the

sense of urgency to the many im- ing, I hope to use some of the ex- our roads and the Town Pool. I’ve been a Lewisboro resident quality and make of our current

portant issues that are currently pertise and energy demonstrated We have erected a Cell Tower for over 50 years, and a mem- board and would love to have the

being overlooked, and help instil during from my time at the LBA enhancing safety and emergency ber of the Town Council since opportunity to continue to work

a more deliberative and open de- where, for example, we completed response time. rough the use of 2008. I worked as China in- with them.

bate that brings in the concerns a major improvement of the Little volunteers and private donors, we country representative and later What is a top priority for the

of local neighbors into process. League eld with a combination have manicured and rehabilitated as Director of Commercial Ad- Town Council going forward?

My opponents will have served a of money we had set aside, vol- our nature preserves, and we are ministration for an international Top priority is 1. getting some

combined 22 years in three terms unteer help, local contractor do- in the process of securing the engineering rm, database/web initial street infrastructure proj-

each, yet throughout this election nations and cooperation with the use of the Lewisboro Elemen- developer for a magazine pub- ects started, and 2. launching the

are treating most issues as if they town. tary School Gym to enhance our lisher and data system manager master plan work.

are seeing them for the rst time. John Pappalardo recreational programs. Currently, the Shrink Wrapping
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We strive to provide coordinated LETTERS our community and families. We need to elect
and empowering financial, investment scally responsible leaders who will get things
and tax solutions, dynamically- done, solve problems and hold the line on taxes.
adjusted to your evolving life. assure the quality of life and inclusive values that e Bedford Democratic team of Kitley Covill
matter to so many here in Bedford.
Why AtwoB? (County Legislator) Chris Burdick (Town Su-
Ellen Calves has worked tirelessly to make pervisor) and Bobbi Bittker and Ellen Calves
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tive contributor to our community. Bobbi is not Katonah
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A copy of AtwoB’s current written disclosure statement discussing AtwoB’s business until she can nd the best solution; whether it’s Leaders that work
operations, services, and fees is available at the SEC’s investment adviser public advocating for a ordable housing or revitaliz-
information website or from AtwoB upon written request. This article is for information ing key business districts such as Bedford Hills, To the editor:
only and should not be considered investment advice. Bobbi will be there to improve the lives for all If you’ve driven around Bedford, you’ve prob-
residents in the Town.
845.628.3924 • 719 Rte. 6, Mahopac, NY 10541 • ably noticed a lot of good things are happening.
Since her election, Kitley Covill has proven at’s because our local leaders have been work-
herself to be the hardest working County Leg-
islator there is! She stands up for inclusive val- ing on behalf of all our residents. Bedford’s newly
ues while advocating for local businesses’ needs; renovated police station provides a modern facil-
she knows how to balance multiple needs while ity for our police sta . ere’s a new recycling
bringing positive changes; she gets out, listens, center on Railroad Avenue, and the Highway
and takes action! Kitley deserves strong support Department’s facilities are still being upgraded.
in her re-election bid. Plans are underway for sewer projects to improve
the hamlets and their businesses. e old Bedford
ese candidates—along with Town Supervi- Hills Train Station has been lovingly restored and
sor Chris Burdick—will work to continue to im- serves as a space for community groups and gath-
prove the quality of life for all residents in Bed- erings. At the county level, Kitley Covill was able
ford, and I urge you to cast your vote for them on to get Long Ridge Road repaired after years of
November 5. neglect by the Astorino administration. All this
has been accomplished while keeping our budget
Mark Dembo in line with the tax cap and our scal house in
Katonah good order. Bedford’s elected o cials have made
progress in a forward-looking and trustworthy
Vote for the way under the leadership of Supervisor Chris
proven advocates Burdick. at’s why on Election Day I’ll be sup-
porting both him and County Legislator Kitley
To the editor: Covill for reelection, along with town board can-
is year’s elections are important because lo- didates Bobbi Bittker and Ellen Calves.

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Gina Arena county legislator? Life long resident of the district,

I want to be the county legis- having grown up in Pound Ridge,

Who are you? Provide a brief lator for District 2 because I am moved to Lewisboro and current-

overview of your background worried about the future of our ly living in Katonah.

and experience. district and the future of West- My experience includes: As-

I have called District 2 home chester. e lack of a ordability sistant District Attorney; super-

all my life. Born to a working is pushing people out. I worry for vising attorney in the county at-

class family in Bedford,my strong my own children and their future. torney’s o ce; Inspector General

work ethic and strong belief in I also worry about my parents in the City of Yonkers. at ex-

family and public well-being and their ability to stay in South perience gave me an understand-

comes from my local upbringing Salem. I want to nd creative, ing of municipal budgeting and

and from my role as a working proactive ways to curb the spend- the process of drafting legisla-

mother of eight. I am motivated ing and not raise taxes as the rst tion. Volunteered as a Lewisboro

by a sense of honesty, fairness and steps to x a nancial problem planning board, zoning board,

responsibility to community. What is a top priority for the the Katonah Volunteer Am-

is mother has raised eight county over the next ve to 10 bulance Corp, the Community Gina Arena Kitley Covill
beautiful children, six girls and years? Center of Northern Westchester; Republican, Conservative Democratic, Independence,
two boys, with my husband of Westchester Women’s Bar As-
32 years, James Arena, III. Jim Taxes and a ordability. ere sociation - Co-Chair, Legisla- Working Families
are many generational families

is from Katonah and I am from that live in our towns. ese fam- tive Committee, Chair, Criminal • Address the growing opioid ern Westchester by paving coun-

Vista. Our family dynamic in- ilies are our blue color workers, Law, Ethics and Domestic Vio- crisis. ty roads and xing our parks

cludes opioid addiction, depres- police, town employees, as well as lence Committees and State Di- • Press for environmental goals • Keep the utilities investing in

sion, autism, a commitment to our volunteers for the re depart- rector; President of the Board of and work toward hardening our hardware so residents receive bet-

military service. Unfortunately, ment and ambulance. ese are Directors for the YWCA White infrastructure to prevent ooding ter service

me and my family also su ered the necessary people that keep Plains and Central Westchester. and waterway pollution • Continue outreach to our

the loss of a child to brain cancer our towns working. We need to Why do you want to be a • Continue investing in North- veterans

at the age of 6. My husband, Jim, gure out how to make it a ord- county legislator?

a former re chief of Katonah, able for them to stay. To advocate for the needs of

and I currently reside in Purdys. Kitley Covill Northern Westchester and the
Jim works for the Town of Bed- six towns in District 2. ose

ford, and I have worked for the needs include:

Westchester County Depart- Who are you? Provide a brief • Sewer and septic money

ment of Laboratories and Re- overview of your background • Clean water money

search for the last 12 years. and experience. If you are an • County parks investments

I have spent my life advocating incumbent, how long have you • Road paving

for my family. I am a Founding served in this role? • Better Utility responses to

Family of the Devereux Mill- Kitley Covill, running for re- storms and outages

wood Learning Center, and I election as Westchester County • Legislation that re ects the

brought a new way to educate Legislator for District 2 (Bedford, diversity of the district, such as a

children with Autism to New Lewisboro, North Salem, Pound ban on hiring questions regard-

York. I created the Jimmy foun- Ridge and Somers) having been ing salary history, a sensible Im-

dation in memory of my son elected in 2017. Chair of the Leg- migration Protection Act, a ban

Jimmy who passed away from islation and Social Services Com- on polystyrene containers, and

a brain tumor. is foundation mittees, Vice Chair of three other an end to gun shows on county

has helped many children su er- committees; member of the West- property.

ing from life threatening illnesses chester County Board of Ethics, What is a top priority for the

and/or injuries. County Police Safety Board and county over the next ve to 10

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Know the roots of pet illness and how to prevent it

Everything we know indicates INFLAMMATION IS THE ing diseases of our time, includ- before they enter the
that pets age very much like SPARK THAT LIGHTS THE
people, only 7-10 times faster. FIRE ing rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, bloodstream. e com-

Pets get many of the same In ammation is now being heart disease, diabetes, asthma, mon causes of stress in
diseases of aging that people do, linked to just about every health
although not necessarily at the condition. What are some exam- and even cognitive dysfunction. a pet are a lack of social
same frequency. Vascular disease, ples of in ammatory diseases?
for example, is a bigger killer in According to a Harvard Medi- According to a scienti c ar- interaction, lack of ex-
people than in dogs. e one un- cal School report, “Chronic in-
derlying factor in all these age ammation plays a central role ticle published in 2012, “An in- ercise, and loneliness.
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when it is exposed to that given
In ammation in our pets’bod- and higher levels of in amma- pathogen.

ies is no di erent than a primer tion-related substances in the When choosing vaccines to
give, the veterinarian and the
in a gas engine. In ammation is body including CRP and IL-6 owner have to weigh the risk of
in ammation vs. the reward of
the equivalent of rolling out the (a pro-in ammatory cytokine). the vaccine.

red carpet and asking an illness A good example is Lyme dis-
ease In Northern Westchester.
to enter our body. PRE EXISTING Lyme disease is quite prevalent.
Due to the prevalence of the dis-
INFLAMMATORY DISEASES ease in our local area, I believe
the risk is worth the reward!
INFLAMMATION CAUSES Examples of diseases, condi-
What causes in ammation? A tions, and situations that can IMPORTANT THINGS YOU
poor diet, stress, minor food al- result in acute in ammation in- CREATE LONG LASTING
lergies, a sedentary lifestyle and clude:
1) Test your pet at at a year
more can contribute to chronic •Respiratory infection due to of age for allergies. In the past,
the only way to test your dog for
in ammation. Additional pos- in uenza or kennel cough food allergies was to put your pet
on a novel protein and eliminate
sible causes of in ammation are • skin wound such as a cut/hot all potential ingested allergens…
including treats. Although this
as follows: spot is still a viable option, with to-
day’s technology, your veterinar-
•Excess weight or obesity: • Chronic teeth infections or ian can now run a simple blood
test that will identify both envi-
Extra fatty tissue produces in- bad breath ronmental and food allergies.

ammatory cytokines in the • Infected toe nails 2) Feed your pet an anti-in-
ammatory diet based on their
body. According to Catherine •Some type of physical trauma unique allergy test.
Instead of taking a medication
Duggan, Ph.D., a principal sta to the body to reduce an in amed area of the
body, we would be better served
scientist at the Fred Hutchinson • Food allergies by reducing in ammation in the
rst place. e good news is that
Cancer Research Center, in Se- • Inhalant allergies there are a lot of ways to avoid or
reduce chronic disease-causing
attle, “So being overweight can in ammation, including an an-
ti-in ammatory diet plus other
mean your body is in a state of VACCINES scienti cally proven in amma-
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BY PATRICIA TALIO When we follow a colorful, (mostly) plant-based diet, 3. FIBER, FIBER, FIBER…
GUEST COLUMNIST we also have a diet higher in ber and lower in calories. You should be eating 25 to 30 grams
Maintaining a healthy weight is the number one recom-
Proper nutrition is essential to can- mendation for the prevention of breast cancer. of ber per day. Foods that contain -
cer prevention. ber can help you maintain a healthy
2. UP YOUR OMEGA 3’S weight and lower your risk of breast
While no single food can complete- Omega-3 fatty acids, found in seafood (like wild cancer, diabetes and heart disease. To
ly protect you against cancer, studies increase your ber, add the following
show that diets rich in a variety of salmon, Atlantic mackerel, sardines, black cod, ancho- to your grocery list: 100 percent whole
healthy foods can o er the strongest vies, oysters, tuna, and rainbow trout), can help prevent grain or whole wheat bread, barley,
cancer protection. Here, I’ll discuss breast cancer by activating speci c genes that block the brown rice, beans, peas, and other le-
pathways responsible for tumor growth. Women should gumes.
ve ways you can ght or prevent be eating two to three portions weekly.
breast cancer with your fork. 4. SPICE IT UP
Research has shown that spices
A complete diet includes foods of such as allspice, basil, caraway, turmer-
ic, cinnamon, clove and garlic (among
many naturally occurring colors. is others), may lower cancer risk and
is because natural foods get their a ect tumor behavior. Adding these
color from speci c vitamins and an- colorful and agrant herbs and spices
tioxidants; for example, red foods get to our meals is a great way to get vita-
their pigment from anthocyanins, mins, minerals, and antioxidants in. It
an antioxidant that can help prevent helps make our food taste better, too!
cell damage. A diet consisting mostly
of white, processed foods — or even 5. LIMIT ADDED SUGAR TO 24G A DAY.
whole foods from just one or two color groups — is not All cells, including both healthy and unhealthy ones,
as nutritionally complete as a varied diet.
use glucose, a form of sugar, for their energy supply.
Diets comprised mostly of plant-based foods aid in While it is not necessary to cut all sugar from your diet,
the prevention of breast cancer. Limit your consumption it is best to consume simple sugars (candy, baked goods,
of red meats (beef, pork and lamb) and processed meats and fruit juice) in moderation and choose complex car-
(most deli lunchmeats). When eating meat, choose sh bohydrates (fruits, veggies, and whole grains) more of-
or poultry. ten.

Be sure to eat berries and dark green, leafy vegetables. Patricia Talio, MS, RD, CDE, CDN, is a Registered
ese fruits and veggies contain avonoids, powerful Dietitian at Northern Westchester Hospital (NWH). For
antioxidants with anti-in ammatory and immune sys- delicious and nutritious recipes, visit
tem bene ts. You should be eating two cups of fruit and
two and a half cups of vegetables every day.

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Lily Preis
with the

Kira McMann with the slam

John Jay sweeps


John Jay will likely enter the sectionals as the one or two seed. Last ursday night’s three-set sweep of Yorktown
should provide a good lift for the upcoming postseason. But the Oct. 17 matchup was far from a late season tune up
against an easy team, said Coach Tom Rizzotti.

“We [performed] beyond expectations,” Rizzotti said. “ ey’re 12-4 and will probably be seeded three or four in
the sectionals.”

e rst set proved the most competitive and had Yorktown taking an early 3-1 lead. But Lily Preis’ rst kill in
front of her own bench showed what the visitors were up against.

ere wasn’t much respite when the hitter rotated back either. Kira McMann wound her windmill pretty tight en
route to 9 kills and her rst chance put John Jay ahead 6-5.

e back and forth ensued but John Jay got a little separation when setter Allie Driesen cued up Bella Garcia
in the middle for a 20-16 lead. Still, Yorktown would not go away and pulled to 21-19 on Olivia Waschenko’s kill.

But a diving dig from Annie Rutherford set up another Preis slam. John Jay didn’t look back, taking the rst 25-22.
Maybe su ering a let down, Yorktown was unable to keep pace in the second set. John Jay jumped out to a 10-3
lead and coasted to a 25-14 win.

e third set had John Jay leading all the way also. McCann crushed four slams to open the lead to 19-15 and
Preis nished o Yorktown at 25-19 with her 18th kill.

“ ey’re all well-rounded athletes, make it work and come together,” Rizzotti said.
Afterward, Preis said John Jay has heart and “a will to win.”

Allie Driesen serves it up.




Senior a defensive specialist for John Jay FILE PHOTO/ROB DIANTONIO

BY ROB DIANTONIO play better. If you could pick one place to visit
CONTRIBUTING WRITER Who has been your biggest role on vacation that you’ve never been to,
model over the years and what have where would you go and why?
John Jay senior Annie Rutherford is a you learned from them?
team captain and the starting libero on I would want to go to Paris. Ever
the varsity volleyball team. e Indians My sister Ashleigh. I watched as she since I was young I always thought it
went to a prestigious college for softball was the most interesting and beautiful
nished the regular season with a 14-1 and pushed through every adversity in place on earth.
record and are looking to make a run at her way. It was a tough road but now
a Section 1 championship. she’s extremely successful and it taught What is your favorite food to eat
me to never give up. before or after a game?
How old were you when you started Tell us one thing about yourself that
playing volleyball and how did you not a lot of people know? I always get my classic sandwich
get started? from Empire: chicken cutlet, lettuce,
I say “katchup”instead of “ketchup.” Swiss, and ranch.
I started in seventh grade when I Will you continue to play volleyball
tried out for modi ed. I really only did in college? If yes, where are you going Best place to eat in the Katonah-
it because everyone would tell me I had and why did you pick that college? Lewisboro area?
to because I was so tall for my age. No, I am not planning to play in col-
lege, maybe club or intramural. It was a Tengda is by far my favorite place. I
What are the team’s goals for the serious thought for a while, but I really highly recommend the chicken pine-
rest of the volleyball season? want to focus on my academics and not apple fried rice.
have my entire college experience re-
Winning the section! en going to volve around sports. Facebook,Twitter, Snapchat or
states but we have to take it one step at Do you know what you want to Instagram? Why?
a time! study in college? If yes, what will you
study and why? De nitely Snapchat; it’s the fastest
As a senior on the team, how much I de nitely want to study business way to actually talk to someone instead
do you value being a leader? in college. I watched my brother go of just looking at pictures of them.
through it all and was always so in-
Being a leader is really important to trigued by it. For a young athlete growing up in
me because when I was a freshman I If you could have one superpower, Katonah-Lewisboro, what would you
know I looked up to my seniors for ab- what would it be and why? tell them about the experience of be-
solutely everything. It would be to read people’s minds. ing part of the volleyball program and
I’m always curious knowing about peo- why should they go out for the team?
What is your favorite team activity, ple’s true thoughts.
pregame or postgame ritual that you I would tell them that I’ve made
share with your teammates? some of my best friends through this
program. Since there are only usually
Before games we always come to- 12 girls on the team you really get close
gether without our coach and are able to every single person. Additionally, the
to laugh with each other. Setting a fun adrenaline of winning points and games
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Sebastian Degenhardt finds room to run. John Jay gang tackles a Beacon back.

VRarosuitnydup10/14-10/20 PHOTOS: ROB DIANTONIO

Indians dispose
of Beacon in

qualifying round

John Jay wins league title in girls cross country

BY ROB DIANTONIO tion 1 Class A quarter nals at 7 p.m. on rst half but after a conversation, we got Carey (18th) nished in the Top 20.
CONTRIBUTING WRITER Friday, Oct. 25. things straightened out and limited their e boys team placed second (45
Football (7-0) Field Hockey (7-5-4) points) with Brewster (27 points) taking
MAMARONECK 3, JOHN JAY 0 rst. Max Goodman (fourth, 17:28.5),
JOHN JAY 33, BEACON 6 JOHN JAY 2, SOMERS 2 Saturday, Oct. 19 omas Dachik ( fth, 17:35.9), Sam
Friday, Oct. 18 Tuesday, Oct. 15 e Indians closed the regular season
In a rematch of Week 6 of the regu- John Jay had a 2-0 lead on rival Posner (sixth, 18:01) and Connor Jen-
by going on the road and falling to pow- kins (ninth, 18:34.2) were the top n-
lar season, John Jay’s football team re- Somers on the road but the Tuskers ral- erhouse Mamaroneck 3-0 on Oct. 19. ishers.
mained unbeaten and made quick work lied to force a 2-2 tie on Oct. 15.
of visiting Beacon in a 33-6 win in the Ashleigh Brennan made 8 saves in net. John Jay’s girls team also placed rst
Section 1 Class A qualifying round on Annabel Brennan had a goal and John Jay received the No. 5 seed in at the Section 1 Coaches Invitational on
Oct. 18. an assist for the Indians. Kate Mercer the Class B sectionals and will travel to Oct. 19, with the race again taking place
scored in the second half. fourth-seeded Rye on Monday, Oct. 28. at Bowdoin Park. e Indians won the
e defending section champion In- Division 2 race with 64 points, topping
dians, who led 33-0 at halftime, were JOHN JAY 4, FOX LANE 2 Cross Country second-place Tappan Zee (78 points).
sparked again by senior quarterback Wednesday, Oct. 16
Luke Mercer. He was 9 of 13 for 147 Melina O’Connor, Sydney Phillips, John Jay’s girls cross-country team McGroary placed third in 20:00.1.
yards passing and two touchdowns. cruised to the League 2B title on Oct. Crawford was fth (20:34.3) while
Mercer also ran for a touchdown and Brennan and Ella Blum scored goals in 15 at Bowdoin Park (Wappingers Falls). Johnson (14th, 21:10.3) and Comstock
caught a 51-yard touchdown pass from the Indians’ 4-2 win over host Fox Lane (15th, 21:15.4) also placed in the Top
Nick Giardina on John Jay’s rst play. on Oct. 16. e Indians, who posted 24 points, beat 20.
second place Brewster by 19 points.
Giardina had two touchdown passes Blum also had 2 assists. Phillips and e boys ran in the Division 1 race and
and threw for 71 yards. Ian Gallagher Mercer added an assist each. Samantha Clodagh McGroary nished rst in nished fth. Goodman (14th, 17:36.4)
caught three passes for 65 yards and a Spieler made 4 saves. 20:09.3 with Kelsey Crawford right and Posner (16th, 17:46) led the way.
touchdown. Henry DeGrasse and Chris behind in second (20:12). Samantha
DiChiara also had a touchdown recep- “Playing in heavy rain at times, I was Comstock (seventh, 21:32.3), Mor- Girls Soccer (11-4-1)
tion each. very proud of both teams,” John Jay gan Johnson (eighth, 21:39.8) and Lily
coach Debbi Walsh said. “I always look O’Shoughnessy (ninth, 21:59.6) round- JOHN JAY 3, BREWSTER 0
Top-seeded John Jay hosts eighth- forward to this match-up every year as ed out the top 10 nishers. Wednesday, Oct. 16
seeded Our Lady of Lourdes in the Sec- Kim (Gigante) is an incredible coach Katie Labriola, Madeline Slogo and
and knows how to push her girls when Ciara McGroary (12th), Violet Coyle
needed. My defense was messy in the (14th), Sophie Guo (16th) and Liliana SEE ROUNDUP PAGE 21




Brynn DiGuglielmo scored a goal each in
John Jay’s 3-0 win over visiting Brewster
on Oct. 16.

JOHN JAY 1, LAKELAND 1 OT Ashley Schafer, right, battles for a loose ball with
Friday, Oct. 18 Somers’ Erin Clark.
In their regular season nale, the In-

dians battled to a 1-1 tie with visiting
league foe Lakeland on Oct. 18. Adeline
Angelino netted the lone goal for Jay.

Boys Soccer (5-11)

Tuesday, Oct. 15
e Indians fell to host Yorktown 2-1

in overtime on Oct. 15.

Wednesday, Oct. 16
Stats were not reported from this game.

YORKTOWN 2, JOHN JAY 0 The Indians celebrate Annabel Brennan’s first-half goal vs. Somers. John Jay’s Ella Blum pushes the ball up the field
Saturday, Oct. 19 against host Somers.
John Jay closed the regular season with PHOTOS: ROB DIANTONIO

a 2-0 league loss to visiting Yorktown on
Oct. 19.

Harvey wins


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e Cavs rushed for 159 yards
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