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North Salem News 02.25.21

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Shovel for State reps weigh in on
safety nursing home controversy

Snowy conditions Attorney general’s report said deaths
wreak havoc were ‘underreported’

on area service vehicles

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

BY CAROL REIF CONTRIBUTING EDITOR in nursing homes but transferred to hos-
STAFF WRITER
pitals and later died,” Zucker continued.

State legislators may rein in Governor “ at does not in any way change the to-

Ice and snow-choked driveways are Andrew Cuomo’s executive powers in the tal count of deaths but is instead a ques-
more than just a nuisance to the opera-
tors of delivery trucks and other service PHOTO COURTESY OF BOB DOROS wake of a report that determined his ad- tion of allocating the number of deaths
vehicles; they can be real threats to public
safety, say local rst responders. Improperly cleared driveways have led to ministration “underreported” COVID- between hospitals and nursing homes.”
several vehicles getting stuck.
“Basically, if our equipment is stuck at 19-related nursing-home deaths by ap- e scrutiny over the state’s han-
the bottom of an 800- or 1,000-foot-long PHOTO COURTESY OF WARREN LUCAS.
driveway, someone’s house could burn proximately 50 percent. dling of nursing homes is nothing new.
down,” warned Croton Falls volunteer A garbage truck skidded off of Titicus Road.
Data obtained from surveying 62 nurs- On March 25, the state Department of
re ghter Bob Daros.
No one shivering in the Hudson Val- ing homes, a roughly 10 percent sample Health controversially mandated that
ley last week needed to consult the latest
meteorological reports to know that this of total facilities across the state, suggests nursing homes must not deny readmis-
February has been one of the snowiest
and coldest in decades. No matter how that “many nursing home residents died sion to residents “based on a con rmed
valiantly folks tried to plow or shovel out,
the white stu kept mounting until it lit- from COVID-19 in hospitals after being or suspected diagnosis of COVID-19.”A
erally had no place to go.
To top it o , the relentlessly frigid tem- transferred from their nursing homes,” new policy was announced on May 10,
peratures turned u y piles into concrete-
like barricades. at meant that, as long and which was not re ected in the state’s ac- saying a hospital cannot discharge a pa-
winding drives got narrower and narrower,
the harder they were to negotiate. Daros counting of COVID-19 deaths, the at- tient to a nursing home unless they test
knows just how dangerous that can be.
torney general’s o ce said last month. negative for the virus.
SEE SNOW PAGE 14
To Dr. Howard Zucker, New York’s In a private virtual meeting earlier

Health Commissioner, the report was this month with state legislators, Me-

not a revelation of a conspiracy. If any- lissa DeRosa, a top aide to Cuomo, said

thing, he said, the report proved there the administration “froze” with regard to

was “no undercount” in the total num- data requests because of concerns about

ber of deaths. e health department has a potential federal investigation. en-

always “publicly reported the number of President Donald Trump pounced on

fatalities within hospitals irrespective of the controversial March 25 mandate and

the residence of the patient,” he said in a had been using the topic as a “political

January 28 statement. football,” DeRosa said, and the state was

e attorney general’s report “is only SEE NURSING HOMES PAGE 13
referring to the count of people who were

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The Staff Heavy snowfalls bring winter sports
back to county parks
EDITORIAL TEAM
THOMAS WALOGORSKY Dig out your skis and dust o your sleds,recent snowstorms and low temperatures have created conditions for winter sports at Westchester County Parks.
EDITOR: 914-302-5830 County Executive George Latimer said: “It’s been a few years since we’ve seen so much snow in Westchester. is year you won’t have to travel far
[email protected] for winter sports, there’s plenty to enjoy right in your own backyard.”
Cross-country skiing, sledding and ice skating are available across the park system. However, all activities are subject to the conditions at the indi-
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER vidual parks and visitors must bring their own equipment. Admission and parking are free unless otherwise noted.
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-302-5628 Commissioner of the Department of Parks,Recreation and Conservation Kathy O’Connor said: “Covered in snow,our parks continue to provide West-
[email protected] chester County residents with outlets for recreation. We encourage you to bundle up and explore another side of our nationally accredited park system.”  

ADVERTISING TEAM CROSS COUNTRY SKIING IS ALLOWED Lenoir Preserve, Yonkers Maple Moor Golf Course, White Plains
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Tibbetts Brook Park, Yonkers ICE SKATING IS ALLOWED AT THE
(914) 806-3951 Blue Mountain Reservation, Peekskill FOLLOWING PARKS,VISITORS ARE
[email protected] Croton Gorge, Cortlandt e North and South County Trailways, ENCOURAGED TO CALL AHEAD FOR ICE
Croton Point Park, Croton-on-Hudson Yonkers to Baldwin Place CONDITIONS:
BRUCE HELLER Kitchawan Preserve, Yorktown
(914) 486-7608 Lasdon Park, Somers (8 a.m.- 4 p.m. only) SLEDDING IS ALLOWED AT THE Blue Mountain Reservation, Peekskill
[email protected] Mohansic Golf Course, Yorktown Heights FOLLOWING PARKS: Mountain Lakes Park, North Salem
Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River* Tibbetts Brook Park, Yonkers
LISA KAIN Cranberry Lake Preserve, North White Plains Croton Gorge, Cortlandt Twin Lakes Park, New Rochelle
(201) 317-1139 Maple Moor Golf Course, White Plains Lasdon Park, Somers (8 a.m.- 4 p.m. only) Winter sports are permitted seven days
[email protected] Marshlands Conservancy, Rye Tibbetts Brook Park, Yonkers a week during daylight hours. Covid-19
CORINNE STANTON Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River* protocols remain in e ect at all County parks.
(914) 760-7009 e Trails at Merestead, Mount Kisco Dunwoodie Golf Course, Yonkers Visitors should continue to maintain social
[email protected] Saxon Woods Park, White Plains Sprain Lake Golf Course, Yonkers distance and wear masks when in the parks.
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Thursday, February 25, 2021 North Salem News – Page 3

THE AGAPE PROJECT NY

Call to action

North Salem PD chosen as clothing drive
collection site

BY TOM WALOGORSKY Next month, the community is Members of The Agape Project NY. (L to R: Jenn Giacopelli, Suzanne
EDITOR asked to donate clean and gently Palanzo, Leanna Keevil, Hannah Gerard, Ginny Gerard and Lisa
worn clothing for any gender or Straub)
For two days in March, e age group. Organizers also stress
Agape Project NY will be o ering the need for men’s work boots. In assistance to local families dealing in county temporary housing. is PHOTOS COURTESY OF
support to several local organiza- addition, there is also a great need with food and housing insecurity. past November, the group held THE AGAPE PROJECT NY
tions in the form of their Spring for socks, underwear, and toiletries Comprised of seven core mem- a highly successful anksgiving
Clothing Drive. which are always in high demand bers and additional volunteers, meal drive for Exodus Transitional The Agape Project NY recently
in the shelter facilities. ese items the group primarily targets their Community in Poughkeepsie and helped to provide nearly 400
On Saturday, March 13 and Sat- must be new to be accepted for e orts to helping the communi- Newburgh that provided almost Thanksgiving meals for those in
urday, March 20, volunteers will be donation. Volunteers will be col- ties of Westchester and Putnam 400 meals for individuals in tran- transitional living.
collecting clothing donations for lecting donations at the North Sa- Counties, but the e ects of their sitional housing. To accomplish
Brewster Cares and Putnam Com- lem Police Department at 66 June work have also been seen in areas this, organizers enlisted the help
munity Action Program (Putnam Road in North Salem, and Brews- as far away as Poughkeepsie and of Clocktower Grill in Brewster to
CAP). ter Cares at 31 Prospect Street in Danbury, CT. e group is very ac- help prepare organic Turkey din-
Brewster. Both collection sites will tive on social media, and uses these ners for volunteers to deliver.“Rich
Brewster Cares provides emer- be open from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on platforms to call the community to and Cassie Parente from Clock-
gency overnight shelters and a Saturday, March 13 and Saturday, action. tower Grill were amazing partners,
daytime warming center for those March 20. they really believe in their commu-
without basic shelter. eir facilities e Agape Project NY has been nity,”says Ginny Gerard.
also include showers and laundry For anyone wishing to donate making an impact in the commu-
machines, and the organization that has concerns related to Co- nity by joining forces with other Organizers from e Agape
also o ers and array of other ser- vid social distancing, volunteers are community action groups such as Project NY are hoping for an
vices for those in need, including also o ering a contactless donation Putnam CAP and Brewster Cares, abundance of donations for the
parenting classes, assistance for the option at the sites.If anyone wishes as well as partnering with area Spring Clothing Drive so that they
elderly, tutoring, and their “Sup- to donate but does not have avail- businesses to help those in need. may continue their work helping
per Hugs” meal delivery service. able transportation, members of Previous e orts have included a those in need and inspire others to
Similarly, Putnam CAP works to pizza drive-through to thank rst do the same.“You have to give back
provide resources for low income e Agape Project will be happy responders in North Salem, and a to your community,” explains Gin-
and at-risk populations in the area. to accommodate. “We’re a small back-to-school supply and back- ny Gerard. “You can’t just focus on
organization, but we have volun- pack drive to bene t children living what is wrong, you have to look at
eir programs include a food pan- teers who can come and pick up,” what is going right. en you can
try, soup kitchen, and intervention explains Ginny Gerard. Anyone smooth a path for someone else.”
services. “ ese groups do so much with questions regarding donations
for the community, and there are so should contact e Agape Project
many people in need,” says Ginny NY via direct message on Face-
Gerard, member of e Agape Book or Instagram.
Project NY. Both Brewster Cares
and Putnam CAP have a high de- Started in the summer of 2020,
mand for clothing donations and e Agape Project NY is a com-
toiletries throughout the year. munity group aimed at o ering

Authorities warn of puppy scam

BY CAROL REIF tim is given an address where they can pick municating by email or text message. fraud reports.
STAFF WRITER up their new pet. Of course, the address is • Copycat or stock photos. Photos of the Nearly 4,000 were received in 2020 in the
phony. Many of them have been in the St.
Forget the Puppy Bowl, dog lovers should Lawrence County area, state police said. dog or ad text can be found on multiple web- U.S. and Canada.
be paying attention to Puppy Scam 2021,au- sites. Search for the text in the listing to see if ere were, in fact, more of those reports
thorities say. Forewarned is forearmed,so here are some the seller copied and pasted it from another
common themes in this canine canard: site. in April 2020 than in the rst three months
e COVID-19 pandemic has increased of the year combined. e bump continued
the demand for furry companions as people • e deposit is requested to be made via • Sketchy payment. e seller asks for into the recent holiday season. Consum-
seek to ease the loneliness and tensions asso- payment apps, such as Zelle or CashApp. wiring of money or payment by gift cards. ers sent 337 complaints about puppy scams
ciated with prolonged times at home. Many Be aware that of choosing a non-secure to the BBB last November, up from 77 the
folks feel that they have more time to train • All communication with the “breeder” method of payment. It’s highly unlikely that same month in 2019.
a puppy. With this has come opportunists takes place via text. that money is gone forever. Avoid paying a
looking for ways to make a quick buck o stranger using apps such as Venmo, as it is e “median loss”reported was $750. Vic-
the misery of others. • An address for the puppies is not pro- harder to get your money back if you don’t tims ages 35 to 55 accounted for half of the
vided until after the deposit is made. get what you paid for. Paying by credit card reports.
One of those is the purebred puppy scam, or PayPal are typically the safest options.
in which an online search ends with would- • e “breeder” sends the victim stock At the current pace, pet scams reported to
be owners forking over hundreds of dollars or photos of whatever breed they are looking • Price is too good to be true. Research the BBB will be nearly ve times as many as in
more for a pet that doesn’t exist. State police for, i.e. Labrador Retriever, Boston Terrier, prices for the breed wanted ahead of time. 2017, when the agency published its rst in-
recently issued a warning about the growing French Bulldog. Purebred dogs sold at deeply discounted vestigative study on the problem.
problem. prices are typically frauds. If the seller says
e American Kennel Club o ers the fol- they register their dogs with a speci c orga- e projected dollar loss from these scams
HOW DOES IT WORK? lowing hints that the “seller”may not be legit: nization, call the organization to con rm. is expected to top $3 million in 2020, more
e thieves provide a photo of the breed than six times the total losses reported in
• No phone calls. e seller prefers to Last year, after cities and state began to 2017, the BBB said. Victims should report
sought, then arrange for a deposit to be paid, handle communication by email and not the impose tighter restrictions to curb the coro- these scams to their BBB or to the Fed-
police said. Once that deposit clears, the vic- phone. A reputable breeder will always com- navirus’s spread, the Better Business Bureau’s eral Trade Commission (FTC). To le a
municate via phone or video chat (if not in “Scam Tracker” detected a huge spike in pet complaint, visit reportfraud.ftc.gov, or call
person) before selling a puppy. Fraudulent 877-FTC-Help (1-877-382-4357).
sellers are often outside of the U.S. and may
be hiding their phone number by only com-

Page 4 – North Salem News Thursday, February 25, 2021

Westchester County seeks BALANCED ROCK
nominations for first WOW Awards
The Schoolhouse Theater
Committee to honor extraordinary women in the county
Upcoming Zoom readings and events: e
Feb. 28: Peter Calo and Anne Carpenter “
Celebrating the power, strength year, what we really wanted to do is Urban A airs says winners will be rec- Songs of Carly Simon”
and independence of Westchester celebrate that.” ognized during the #WOWConver-
County women, members of County sations virtual event which will bring Recreation Programs
Executive George Latimer’s team e committee is seeking nomina- together women of all backgrounds
formed a committee to pay tribute to tions in the following categories: to discuss topics like leadership and Programs (Due to COVID-19, space is extreme-
local women and honor them for their business. “With women taking on
contributions during the pandemic. Healing Hands: Highlighting so many di erent positions and roles ly limited in all programs. Registrations will be rst
health and wellness in the community, workplace and
is year’s #WOWConversations home,” Collins said,“…and when this come, rst served.)
makes a triumphant return, after be- e Next Generation: Spotlighting crisis happened, we want to highlight
ing cancelled last year due to CO- women working with children in edu- what showed your strength?” Learn-to-Skate at Brewster Ice Arena
VID-19. e discussion will now be cation or childcare
held virtually, and the committee put- e nomination process is open e Learn-to-Skate program is for 4- to 12-year
ting together the empowerment event Women Supporting Women: now until February 28. To nominate
is also seeking nominations for its rst Showcasing a local woman who con- a candidate, visit https://www.west- olds at varying levels of skating experience. $185
WOW Awards. tinues to lift others chestergov.com/wow-conversations
per session, per skater. Fee includes public skate
County Executive George Latimer Community Response: Identifying ose nominating an ordinary
said: “Women have had to overcome women helping the community with woman doing extraordinary things before lesson. Skate rental not included. Fridays,
obstacles in order to really seize the basic needs like housing or food. are asked to submit a photo and short
opportunity that’s not always avail- essay. e committee will later decide 5:30-6 p.m. or Tuesdays, 5:10-5:40 p.m. Session 3
able to them. WOW conversations Keeping the Faith: For women who who the winners are and reveal them
allows for women to exchange ideas have provided spiritual guidance at the online event March 25. is underway. Session 4 starts Tuesday, March 2 or
and stories, and talk about shared ex-
periences.” Business: Featuring an outstanding “Celebrating women who have Fridayk March 3.
businesswoman or entrepreneur done so much in the County is such
Committee member Robi Schla , a positive thing in a year where we Learn to Ski or Snowboard at Thunder Ridge
Director of the Westchester County Shari Rosen Ascher, the County’s have evolved so much,” said Martha
O ce for Women said: “When I Director of Policy and Programs for Lopez, the County’s Director of Mi- Open Enrollment Program - Rec Dept special
think of the unbelievable contribu- Small Business and Chambers of nority Women’s Business Program
tions women in Westchester have Commerce said: “We want women and Immigrant A airs, “I think it’s pricing. You choose the date/time that works best
made to the County in so many dif- to feel comfortable to speak up and important that we celebrate these
ferent elds from academics to edu- speak out. Our committee was dedi- women who have stepped up to the for you! Six-week program, 90 minute lessons. 8
cation and philanthropy, I think this cated to coming up with creative ways plate.”
to bring women together in a way to years old-plus. Adults welcome. Available lessons:
make them feel comfortable and in-
cluded so we can continue to rise.” ursday, 5:30 p.m.; Friday, 5 or 6:30 p.m.;

Crystal Collins, the County’s Di- Saturday, 3:30 or 5:30 p.m.; Sunday, 3:30 p.m.;
rector of Faith Based Initiatives and
Monday-Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. Lesson: $208 -

Lift ticket: $150 - Equipment Rental: $150. No

transportation/chaperones o ered this year.

Freestyle Program for Intermediate Snowboarders

- Intro to freestyle snowboarding and Park Smart

Terrain Park Safety Program. Six-week program,

90-minute lessons.Available lessons: Wednesday,5:30

p.m.; Friday, 5 p.m. Lesson: $208 - Lift ticket: $150 -

Equipment rental: $150. SEE ROCK PAGE 18

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Thursday, February 25, 2021 North Salem News – Page 5

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Page 6 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, February 25, 2021

Happily
Ever
After

Do you remember Can you bark a
the parts of speech? few bars?

involved? Who knows?

STRONG But whenever he heard the
LEARNING
TRACY word “hey” in a song, he
DR. LINDA would come running into
SILBERT BECKERMAN the room and perk his ears
up. It didn’t work if I said it.

Only if someone sang it. I

was hoping if we could nd

someone to sing the phrase,

Dear Dr. Linda, “No, don’t pee on the oor,”
I read your article last week My dog is not a big fan it might have helped with the
of heavy metal music. housebreaking. But alas, that
about the grandmother who was He doesn’t mind a phrase did not show up on our
concerned that her grandchil- few bars of country music and Spotify playlist.
dren were not going to be able
to write a sentence correctly. I’m he seems to appreciate jazz and Many years went by and
a fth-grade teacher who has
been teaching over 25 years. Years classical, although he is indif- there didn’t seem to be any-
ago, it was fth grade when you
learned the basics of grammar ferent to opera. thing else that caught his ear.
and my students could write and
write well. But strangely, oddly, and But then one day a Bruce

Nowadays, with texting, I can’t most un-doglike, he really, re- Springsteen song came on and
believe what has happened to
grammar. I truly believe that we ally seems to like anything that Bruce wailed away on the har-
need to continue teaching gram-
mar. Otherwise, it’s going to be features… monica. My dog Monty came
hard to work backwards when
all the rules are ignored. You can A harmonica. running in from another room
agree with me or not, but that’s
my opinion. like an art piece representing be interesting to compare the Yes, a harmonica. Not a and stopped dead in his tracks.
sca olding, using underlining and results of the two methods and
Sue double underlining and slanted see if one reinforces the learning banjo, or a cello, or even a He actually seemed to be
Dear Sue, lines working their way down of grammar rules and the parts of
each sentence. As the years went speech more than the other. French horn. e dog knows listening to the song. I thought
Learning the parts of speech on, some teachers stuck to teach-
was a major part of the English ing diagramming, while others No matter how old you are or what he likes and what he likes maybe it was because he was a
curriculum and it still is. It’s alive recommended kids do Mad Libs how you were taught, have fun
and well. In fact, it’s even part and watch the TV show, “Con- with this 12-question quiz and is the harmonica. Jersey dog and Springsteen is
of the SATs and the ACTs. e junction Junction.” see what you remember about
di erence is the way it is taught. parts of speech. Find out what When he was a puppy he a Jersey guy. But as soon as the
Years ago, students spent weeks I haven’t seen diagramming your kids know. You may be
diagramming. By the time the taught for decades, but today, kids pleasantly surprised. And, if you liked any song that featured SEE BECKERMAN PAGE 7
page was completed, it looked are still taught grammar. ey’re see that they really don’t know the word,
introduced to the parts of speech a noun from a verb or an adjec-
as early as rst grade and contin- tive from an adverb, contact their “Hey!”
ue with them right through high English teachers and see when
school. ey’re taught a variety they will be learning this because Maybe he
of di erent ways through games,
worksheets and songs. It would SEE DR. LINDA PAGE 12 thought

the

singer

was call-

ing him?

Maybe

he thought

there was

somehow a treat

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Thursday, February 25, 2021 OPINION North Salem News – Page 7

More hot rod memories BECKERMAN I thought, how hard could this be.
It’s only got 10 holes. at’s nine holes
It was a dirt track and we came home FROM PAGE 6 more than a kazoo, which I play very
well, so the odds were good I’d be a
WHAT WAS with a layer of dust over us and grit in harmonica part stopped, Monty lost inter- natural. Con dent in my ability to pick
I THINKING? est, laid down, and went to sleep. up things quickly, I watched a short
our teeth. Janice wrote “Love YouTube video called, “How to play a
RUTHANN I was abbergasted at this realization, harmonica in 10 minutes,” and then
SCHEFFER it! I spent many happy nights there. but I realized I needed to do true scienti c I picked up my harmonica and blew.
study to test my hypothesis. So, I put on Shockingly, the resulting sound was
Several times in the past, I’ve writ- You are right, we came home with a “Piano Man.” Billy Joel is not from New not a melodic convergence of musical
ten a column in response to the Jersey, so I thought this would be a good notes. It was, instead, a convergence of
column printed the week before. layer of dirt. My sister, Nan, used to way to rule out New Jersey artists. Once the sound an elephant makes when he
More than likely, it gives readers a again, when the harmonica started up, the trumpets and a piano blowing up.
chance to comment on the original. drag race the boys in Valhalla. ey dog’s head shot up in the air.
I received some great responses to Before I even got to the end, the dog
“Shades of the Daytona 500” and I will met at the aerators (remember those?). Since we had not, to my knowledge, had run out of the room.
share them with you. played a lot of songs with harmonicas in
She would always win, it drove the them before, it was possible this was just So, apparently, my dog doesn’t, in fact,
Matt and Matt, Jr. traveled to the something new that caught his attention. like harmonica playing.
Daytona 500 many times, dad and guys crazy. I had to get out of the car Kind of like how I feel when I see a new
son enjoying quality time together. pair of shoes. Was it indeed a passing He likes GOOD harmonica playing.
Matt wrote “those were some of the and watch for the police. e good old fancy or was the dog suddenly taking an
best trips with Matt. We were there interest in mouth blown instrumentation? Tracy Beckerman is embarking on a new
when Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the days!” Janice and I wonder if at some He was a retriever and they like to have adventure as an empty nester! Now,
Daytona the year following his father’s things in their mouths, after all. instead of being “Lost in Suburbia,”
fatal accident.” With a heavy heart, I point I may have been present at the she is “Lost in Midlife.” Life is just as
remember 20 years ago watching the I thought it might be fun to indulge funny… but with a lot less laundry.
500 on TV and the horrible feeling aerators and raced along with her sister! the dog’s interest, so I did what any sane, For more midlife humor, you can follow
when Dale Earnhardt Sr.’s car spun middle-aged woman with too much time her on Facebook at facebook.com/
out and hit the wall. What a sad day My friend Jane shared a similar on her hands would do. LostinsuburbiaFanPage.
for NASCAR.
memory. “As a teenager, my then-boy- I bought a harmonica.
I had written how a gang of us -
young and carefree - would pile into friend also loved racing,” she said. “We
cars on the weekends and drive to the
stock car races in Danbury. e races would drive up to Dover Plains and
were loud and exciting! e downside?
watch the races. I never told him but he

enjoyed the races much more than I did.

We are friends to this day. You brought

up a whole new slew of memories! It

makes me happy.”

ough it wasn’t related entirely to

cars, Marcia shared a memory which

cemented the daring and wild times

we were living. “Very cool. My cousin Letters and Op-Ed Policy
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and their owners, there will always be

a place for it in a column. As Matt

wrote, “something about our family’s

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Thursday, February 25, 2021 HEALTH & WELLNESS North Salem News – Page 15

10 Ways to eat your way to heart health

BY AMY ROSENFELD, MS Choose whole grains like brown intake low, keep portions of meats 7. CHOOSE MORE PLANT that crunch.
RD CDN rice, quinoa, barley, and whole- and poultry to the size of the BASED MEALS
GUEST COLUMNIST. wheat breads and pastas. Oatmeal palm of your hand, stick to under 9. PERSONALIZE YOUR PLATE
in particular has been shown to 6 whole eggs per week, and limit Plant-based proteins like tofu, Eat the foods that your fam-
The foods you eat can have a reduce cholesterol levels and be cheese to small 1-2 oz portions. nuts, seeds, lentils, and beans are
major impact on your risk protective against heart disease. just as rich in protein as animal ily loves in a healthier way. Get
for heart disease. A heart Don’t like the taste of whole 5. EAT FISHTWICE PER WEEK choices with the added bene t of creative! Try baking or grilling,
healthy diet can be delicious! And, grains? Start slowly by mixing Fish have heart healthy fats more ber, vitamins and miner- instead of frying. Limit portion
it’s not as challenging to stick to together white and brown rice als. Beans and lentils in particular sizes by serving your favorite dish
as you may think. Check out these or purchase white whole wheat called omega-3 fatty acids. Omega have soluble ber, which has been as a side instead of the entrée.
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disease. 3. EATTHE RAINBOW! diac rhythm disturbances, reduce your weekly dinner repertoire. You in the kitchen, reinventing your
Fill half your plate with colorful triglycerides and easy in amma- will be amazed at how full and family favorites.
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BUT NOT ON FLAVOR fruits and vegetables at each meal higher in saturated fat, try eating 10. IT’STHE OVERALL
and snack. e richer and more 8. LIGHTEN UP YOUR PATTERNTHAT MATTERS
Salt and sugar in large amounts vibrant the colors, the better. Fruits sh twice per week to reduce your COOKING METHODS
can have an impact on your heart. and vegetables are rich in vita- risk for heart disease. Don’t like Eating an occasional French fry
Focus on avoring foods with mins, minerals, and antioxidants It’s not just about what you or slice of cake isn’t going to derail
fresh herbs, spices, vinegars, and that are protective against heart sh? Start with a neutral choice eat, but how you cook it. Choose your heart health. It’s all about the
citrus, instead of salt. Read food disease. Make eating fruit and like cod or tilapia and build from healthier cooking methods like overall pattern and the choices
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less than 200 mg of sodium per freshly chopped crudité, undressed option! braising, or steaming. Limit frying eating healthy foods most often
serving. Limit fast and processed chopped salads, and bowls of and instead try an air-fryer to get and save others for a special treat.
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tions and sweeten naturally with Keep frozen fruits and vegetables SEEDS medicine to reduce your risk of
honey or maple syrup. Use fruit in the freezer for easy cooking. heart disease.
purees in baking instead of sugar. Nuts and seeds are rich in
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desserts for a special treat. EGGS,AND LOW FAT DAIRY protect against heart disease. One a registered dietician at the Center
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Modern advances in everything
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Ask the Doctor Q: Am I at risk for prostate cancer? high risk, robotic surgery to remove the prostate or
A: Approximately 15 percent of men develop prostate some form of radiation is advised. Robotic surgery is
Warren Bromberg, MD, FACS cancer – one to two out of 10. Its prevalence increases performed under general anesthesia with a few small
Chief, Urology Division with age. Risk factors include family history, obesity, incisions, an overnight stay in the hospital, and return
Co-Director, Institute for Robotic and smoking, a diet high in animal fats, and being of to normal activities in a few weeks.
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no symptoms. The only way to detect the disease in side effects of treatment.
The care and safety of our community its earliest and most treatable stage is though a
during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test. The higher the Q: What about the possible side effects of
is our top priority. We have put maximum amount of PSA in a man’s blood, the greater the prostate surgery that many men worry about
safety measures in place to prevent likelihood prostate cancer is present. Through the PSA most – incontinence and erectile dysfunction (ED)?
exposure to the coronavirus by anyone test, we are nding earlier and less advanced prostate A: While national rates for post-surgery incontinence
who comes to the Hospital for emergency cancer. As a result, far fewer men develop the advanced are 10 to 20 percent, rates at NWH are one to two
or scheduled care. Don’t delay care. Please stage of the disease with metastasis (spreading). At-risk percent. As for ED, nerve-sparing surgical techniques can
continue to wash your hands, wear a men should start getting tested annually at age 40; preserve the crucial nerves needed for normal sexual
mask, and practice social distancing. all others should be screened annually from ages function in the majority of cases. But if ED occurs, the
50-70 and then selectively thereafter. good news is, it’s treatable.

Q: What happens if prostate cancer is found? Did You Know?
A: For low risk prostate cancer (based on the
aggressiveness of the cancer) about 40% of men can With the PSA test, prostate cancer is found
begin a program of active surveillance, which involves earlier. As a result, far fewer men develop
close monitoring with PSA, exams and at times, the advanced stage of the disease with
MRI imaging. When the cancer is of intermediate or metastasis (spreading).

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Sports

The BYSNS’ Thomas
Eberhardt (North Salem)
battles for a loose puck
in the team’s 8-7 season
opening win over White

Plains on February 21.

PHOTO BY ROB DIANTONIO

ICE HOCKEY

BYSNS win opener against White Plains

Rebels’ Jimenez records game-winner

BY MIKE SABINI Yorktown’s Callahan Du got nal period when he registered Greeley answered by scoring “I was able to nd some space
CONTRIBUTING WRITER the unassisted game-winning goals in the second and third in the slot, Colin Cody gave me
the BYSNS o to a ying start, goal, breaking a 3-3 tie. periods to tie the game at 3-3 a good pass, I was able to get
e BYSNS (Brewster/Yor- before Jimenez’s game-winner. it on net and over the goalies’
ktown/Somers/North Salem) giving them up 1-0 lead at the “We had a odd-man rush, so I “It really felt great to get the win blocker,”Tuite said. “It felt really
played a wild and woolly contest knew this was the chance to put and be able to bounce back after good to tie it up after we went
in their opener against visiting 15:12 mark of the opening pe- the game away,” Jimenez said. last night’s loss,” Jimenez said. down 3-0 and I feel like the guys
White Plains on Sunday, Febru- “I saw the defenseman dived to worked really hard to bring the
ary 21, coming away with a thrill- riod, with an assist from omas stop the pass so I held on to the In their season opener against game back.”
ing 8-7 victory at the Brewster puck, took the shot and it went Greeley, the Rebels fought back
Ice Arena. Eberhardt (2A). in. It really felt great having the from a 3-0 de cit with three Greeley re-took the lead to
C on my chest and being able to second-period goals but in the start the scoring in the third
“It was a really hard-fought Ryan Cindrich (1G, 1A), deliver late in the game for my end, fell to Greeley 5-4 on Feb. period but Joseph Jimenez an-
victory,” BYSNS co-coach Joey teammates.” 20 at the BIA. “We knew we swered by tying the game at 4-4,
Bonitatibus said. “A back and Carson Brunco (1G) and Matt were short a couple players on when he nished o assists from
forth battle of o ense. It means a Winning the game in goal for the bench so we had to come to- Tuite and Cody.
lot to the team because we strug- Gergley (40 saves), also contrib- the Rebels was the spectacular gether as a group to score those
gled early last year to produce e ort of Nick Mele. “Nick stood three goals in the second pe- “It felt great to get that goal
goals and now we have eight in uted to the BYSNS’ victory. strong, he made 43 saves, which riod,” Jimenez said. especially being down 4-3 with
the rst game.” helped keep us in it,” Mucci said. just minutes in the game,” Jo-
“ e team worked together Jimenez started the Rebels’ seph Jimenez said. “It felt great
Jonathan Graham (2G, 1A), Andrew Dzubak, with an as- scoring spree with a goal, which to be able to deliver at a time
with assists from Timmy Froes- and really crashed the net,” Bo- sist from Jimenez, put the Reb- was assisted by Colin Vaughn. when my teammates were look-
sel (2G, 1A) and Connor Brooks els up 1-0 before Greeley tied Jack Jimenez, Joseph’s brother, ing to me.”
(1G, 3A), gave the BYSNS a nitatibus said. “Most goals were it at 1-1 in the opening stanza. then cut the Quakers’ advantage
7-6 lead with just 2:37 remain- Dzubak gave the Rebels a 3-1 to one, courtesy of an assist by e Quakers nished the
ing in the game. Froessel put the o rebounds. is win gives us advantage in the second period, Tuite. Tuite, o assists from Co- scoring with a goal late in the
BYSNS up by two goals 40 sec- with rst an unassisted goal, lin Cody and Joseph Jimenez, contest, which gave them the
onds later, courtesy of assists from the con dence we needed against before nishing his hat trick by knotted the game at 3-3, going victory. In goal, Aaron Hatha-
Brien Suchanek and Brooks. scoring o an assist from Jack into the nal stanza. way recorded 26 saves for the
a strong team like White Plains.” Tuite. Rebels (1-1).

After losing a tough battle

to Horace Greeley on opening

night, Lakeland/Panas earned re-

venge with a 4-3 win against the

Quakers on Feb. 21 at the BIA.

“Greeley is a good team, both

games were battles to the n-

ish,” Lakeland/Panas coach Bart

Mucci said. “ e kids played

hard, I’m proud of them.”

Lakeland/Panas’ Joseph

Jimenez won the game late in the

Thursday, February 25, 2021 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 17

4 ways to save money on ski trips

Skiing provides a great chance PHOTO COURTESY OF METRO CREATIVE CONNECTION. 3. SKI LOCAL.
to enjoy the great outdoors at a Skiing locally can save skiing
time of year when such oppor- Going to smaller, local mountains is a great way to save costs for a day of skiing.
tunities are often few and far enthusiasts substantial amounts
between. As a result, ski trips can the mountain may find it more 2. BOOK IN ADVANCE. ets in advance. Resorts may offer of money while still allowing
help combat cases of cabin fever economical to purchase all- If all-inclusive packages are discounted rental and lift ticket them to enjoy the slopes. By
that can settle in during winter inclusive packages than to pay prices to guests who purchase choosing to visit local moun-
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novices often cannot wait for the equipment rentals. skiers can explore paying for their stays. night lodging costs. And since
season’s first trip to the slopes to equipment rentals and lift tick- resorts are close, skiers won’t
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pensive flights.
While an enjoyable recre-
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to ski would probably do it own equipment can save on
more often if skiing were more rentals by bringing their own
affordable. The following are skis. It’s possible to do so when
four ways skiers can save some flying to a resort, but that can
money when hitting the slopes result in additional baggage and/
this season. or packaging fees.

1. BOOK AN ALL-INCLUSIVE 4. MAKE IT A GROUP EFFORT.
TRIP. Many resorts offer discounted

Lift tickets and equipment rates on passes and activities to
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Injuries have the potential to diagnose physical abnormalities,

sideline people for weeks, months restore physical function and

or permanently. Injury to the mobility, maintain that function,

body can occur when participat- and promote proper form for

ing in organized sports, fitness future activity. Physical therapy

regimens or even after being in sessions can take place in hos-

an accident. pitals, rehabilitation centers, fit-

Recovering from incidents ness settings, private practices,

that can impact mobility and and much more.

range of motion takes time, but Not only can physical thera-

physical therapy can help the pists react to and treat an injury,

body acclimate to regular activ- but they can also teach exercises,

ity once more. Physical therapy stretches and techniques to help

also can help healthy people as prevent problems in the first

well. place. Experts at Bay State Physi-

Those who have suffered a cal Therapy indicate that physical

sprain or a broken bone or even therapy extends beyond disabled

spent a duration of time im- or injured people. Physical thera-

mobile in the hospital due to pists can educate a person on

an illness are often prescribed weaknesses in the body and can

physical therapy as part of their guide correction on poor body

follow-up treatment. Physical mechanics that cause pain. This

therapy programs try to progres- way a person can make changes PHOTO COURTESY OF METRO CREATIVE CONNECTION.
sively increase strength, improve to prevent future pain and injury. Physical therapy can be beneficial for more than just recovery from injuries.

mobility and help the body re- Rather than being reactionary,

turn to a state where it can func- healthy individuals can take a pro- and plan of care While physical therapy can be can teach people how to improve

tion as best as possible. In many active approach to avoiding pain • Establish long-term goals used for recovery from strokes or their balance and prevent falls.

cases, a person can regain his or and injury. • Participate in physical ther- paralysis, injuries, trauma, and When people hear about phys-

her original capabilities. When one opts for physical apy treatment, which may in- musculoskeletal conditions, it ical therapy, they tend to think it

According to the American therapy, he or she may: clude stretching, movement and also benefits healthy people. For is for people with injuries. While

Physical Therapy Association, • Undergo a physical exam and weight-bearing activities based on example, women can use physi- physical therapists can help heal

a physical therapist is a trained evaluation of pain, movement, the therapist’s guidance cal therapy to learn exercises that injured parts of the body, physical

and licensed medical profes- flexibility, and performance • Be given at-home work to fur- may prevent pelvic floor dysfunc- therapy continues to evolve to as-

sional who has the experience to • Receive a clinical diagnosis ther progress in between sessions. tion. In addition, physical therapy sist with overall wellness.

Page 18 – North Salem News LEISURE Thursday, February 25, 2021

CLUES ACROSS two 51. Pledge 21. Lethal dose
1. Ancient Persian city 29. Plant of the lily family 53. -__, denotes past 22. Indian musical pattern
5. Spindles 30. Male college 54. Revival of notes
11. Stake organization 56. Spanish surname 23. Athlete
12. Retrain 31. National capital 58. Gold 27. Geological times
16. Close by 33. Raccoonlike animal 59. Elsa’s sister 29. Atomic #21
17. Commercial 34. Symbols of fertility 60. Workplace 30. In support of
18. One who publicly 38. Astronomy unit 63. Large quantity of 31. Brew
announces 39. Series of ridges in something 32. Certificate of insurance
19. American ballplayer anatomy 64. Engraved 33. Taxi
24. Junior’s father 40. Hebrew leader 65. Discount 34. Type of saying
25. Go up or climb 43. A portent of good or evil CLUES DOWN 35. For cigars
26. Concern 44. Supreme goddess 1. Shoe 36. Phil __, former CIA
27. When you hope to get 45. Gelatinous substance 2. Disquiet 37. Local area network
there 49. Engage in a contest 3. Posture 38. Gym class
28. Iacocca and Oswald are 50. Famed ballplayer Ruth 40. Philippine Island
4. Large nests 41. Not great or bad
5. Soviet “Second 42. Eastern part of NY state For puzzle solutions, please see
Symphony” composer 44. Gov’t lawyers theparamountrehab.com
6. Joins two pipes of 45. Constructions
different diameter 46. Former British gold coin
7. Exist 47. Unkeyed
8. Overdose 48. Rechristen
9. Pleat of fabric 50. Threaten persistently
10. Predict the future 51. Southeast
13. Burgeoning 52. Cools your home
technology 54. Removes the leaves
14. Having made a 55. Regretted
valid will 57. Thus
15. Having no fixed 61. Relief organization (abbr.)
course 62. Exclamation of surprise
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LLC FORMATION NOTICE Most programs are provided on ZOOM,email ested in serving on a town committee or board,

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Zacharia, 30 Midland Ave., Ste. B, Port Chester, NY 10573. General
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LLC FORMATION NOTICE Water Colors - Meets weekly on Fridays, from tee is comprised of registered Republicans who

Dinosha Management CO 2021 LLC, Arts of Org. filed with Sec. 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. This is meeting virtually are North Salem Residents that become District
of State of NY (SSNY) 12/10/2020. Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. as
agent upon whom process against may be served & shall mail process with participants painting at home at the same Leaders. If you have strong conservative values
to 914 Mclean Ave., Ste. #1, Yonkers, NY 10704. General Purpose
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Lulani Holdings 2021 LLC, Arts of Org. filed with Sec. of State
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Mclean Ave., Ste. #1, Yonkers, NY 10704. General Purpose March 8th from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Chess for Kids in interested in joining our committee. If you want

grades K–4. Learn to play chess with Coach Jithu to send a contribution, mail to: North Salem Re-

from DIG USA CHESS for this virtual program publican Town Committee, P.O. Box 289 North

for kids who know nothing about chess and for Salem, NY 10560.

those who know a lot. North Salem Recreation Dept.
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Series Led by Professor Heather Ostman - Floor Hockey

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