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150 veteran interviews airing on cable tonight to Monday...Joe Lucasey to be honored at veterans day
Release Date: November 09, 2017

150 INTERVIEWS OF VETERANS WHO FOUGHT FOR OUR COUNTRY TO AIR ON CABLE THIS WEEKEND-BEGINNING TONIGHT

In honor of Veterans Day the town will broadcast over 150 half hour interviews  of  Greenburgh veterans (most were heroes who fought in World War II or the Korean Conflict)  beginning tonight at midnight and continuing non stop till Monday morning on Greenburgh local government cable channels Cablevision 76 and Verizon 35.  It’s important to recognize the contributions each of our veterans made to preserve our democracy.  Sadly, some of the veterans who were interviewed a few years ago have passed away. There contributions will never be forgotten. The town has a tradition of airing the living history tapes during both the Memorial Day and Veterans day weekend. Former resident Alan Hochberg and Ardsley resident Steve Wittenberg were responsible for producing the living history initiative.
 

GREENBURGH VETERANS DAY CEREMONY THIS SATURDAY AT 2 PM AT DESANTI PLAZA ACROSS FROM HARTSDALE TRAIN STATION

JOE LUCASEY TO BE HONORED BY VETERANS COMMITTEE

The Veterans Advisory Committee for the Town of Greenburgh, has announced that it will recognize Joseph J. Lucasey, Deputy Commissioner of Parks & Recreation for his outstanding commitment, and dedication to the Town Veterans by a town employee.

 

At the Veterans Ceremony on Veterans Day, Saturday November 11, 2:00PM, at DeSanti Plaza the Veterans Advisory Committee will award Mr. Lucasey a United States Flag that has been flown over the Nation’s Capital. This flag was presented to the Veterans Advisory Committee by New York Senator Gillibrand in honor of The Town of Greenburgh Veterans.

 

The Committee stated that “Mr. Lucasey has regularly gone above and beyond his normally assigned duties in preparing, and managing Veteran events in the Town. He has demonstrated a Dedication to Those who have served our Nation that is an example for all to follow. He selfless Commitment to Excellence, Professionalism, Leadership, and “Can Do” attitude has been reflected in every Veteran event he has managed. He has demonstrated the ability to manage last minute changes, and accommodations, that have insured the success of all our Veteran events.”

He has made our Town Veterans feel proud to be Veterans.

 

Committee Member Carmine DiPasquale stated that “without the hard work and dedication by Joe Lucasey our Veteran events would not be as meaningful, and significant as they are. Joe is also an integral part of our Veteran’s Day Ceremony, and although he has never served in the military he recognizes the deep meaning and value of our military traditions. He is a terrific individual, and has truly earned our special thanks.

 

In recognition for his Outstanding Service to our Veterans, Dedication to Our Nation, and Commitment to Excellence, Joseph J. Lucasey has Earned this Special Recognition.

 

 

Scarsdale Edgemont Girl Scouts will be holding a TAG SALE Saturday, Nov 11th and Sunday, Nov 12th  (9:30am – 3:30pm).  The tag sale will be held at the Betty Taubert Girl Scout House, 37 Wayside Lane, Scarsdale, NY.   Items for sale may include: Toys, Clothing, Jewelry, Household items, Accessories, Bric-a-Brac … and much more.  All proceeds go to the Scarsdale-Edgemont Girl Scouts to help our girls achieve their Silver and Gold Awards.

PAUL FEINER

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