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CONTINUING A MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND TRADITION--INTERVIEWS OF VETERANS OF WWII AND KOREAN CONFLICT
Release Date: May 24, 2014

In recent years Alan Hochberg, with the help of Steve Wittenberg and cable TV access coordinator George Malone, have been interviewing veterans of World War II and the Korean conflict who live in Greenburgh.. Close to 125 interviews have been produced --each about a half hour long.

These interviews, which will be archived at the United States Library of Congress & the Greenburgh Library, will air on  the Town’s government cable channels non stop during this Memorial Day weekend through Monday night: Cablevision Channel 76 and Verizon Channel 35.

Sadly, some of the veterans who were interviewed in recent years have passed away.  Their stories will never be forgotten by our community.  We must never forget their bravery and contributions to democracy.

The Living history initiative continues. Veterans of any war interested in having their stories told should e mail me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com. Interviews with veterans of WWII and the Korean conflict will be taped first.

 

DON'T FORGET-- EAST HARTSDALE AVE WILL BE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC DURING MEMORIAL DAY PARADE THIS MONDAY AT 10 AM TO APPROXIMATELY 11 AM.

 

oops--I posted a welcome note about a new Urgent Care Dental office opening at 1088 Central Ave. The open house is a week from today (Saturday) beginning at noon.

PAUL FEINER

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