Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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Chutney Masala and Feeding Westchester to serve free Thanksgiving meals to residents in need

Chef Navjot Arora from the Chutney Masala Indian Bistro in Irvington has partnered with Feeding Westchester to serve an Indian-inspired Thanksgiving meal to Westchester residents in need. Meals will be served to residents of  Shepard’s Flock, with transportation donated by Silverstar Limousine Company.  Chutney Masala will also be open to anyone who needs a meal this Thanksgiving from 12-2pm. The restaurant is at 76 Main Street in Irvington.

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Irvington Resident...Doctor of Distinction

Irvington resident, Elias Hyams, MD, has been named a Westchester County Doctor of Distinction by Westfair Communications. Hyams received an award under the ‘Cutting Edge’ category, which recognizes doctors who have spent endless hours working on research and clinical trials to save lives.

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Irvington Hosts Its 5th Annual “Celebrate Irvington Festival”

Attendees enjoyed great food, music, art, a classic car show and a historic walking and trolley tours, touch-a-firetruck, Irvington eateries and food trucks, a playground build dedication, met Revolutionary War soldiers and citizens at their campsite, and more.

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“Preservation of Life — Is The Goal Of It All”

I had the privilege of sitting opposite Office Arcangelo F. Liberatore when he summed up his motto as a Police Officer. “The preservation of life is the goal of it all,” he answered, to my final question. Officer Liberatore has been a police officer for six years, and four of them were in the Bronx at 52 Precinct and 45 Precinct. By his account he patrolled high crime areas within the 52 Precinct and was a part of the “foot post” for Operation Impact.

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A Beloved Dows Lane Teacher

Edward J. Burggraf, a beloved teacher in the Irvington School District, passed away peacefully on December 24. He was almost 89. Ed, or “Mr. B” as he was affectionately known by his students, was a unique and unforgettable teacher at Dows Lane Elementary School from 1973-96. He taught by providing a playful, exploratory and relatively unstructured learning environment where students were encouraged to tell him what they were interested in so he could design a relevant and engaging experiment or investigation.

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