On Wednesday, May 30th, LMCTV held its 28th annual Award Night. Here are the highlights. You can watch the entire program at www.lmctv.org.
Our Pets of the Week are Elli, a black and white cat, and Gracie, a Lab mix. Both are almost a year old. Elli, who is a new addition to Pet Rescue, is a little shy and would do well in a home with other cats. Gracie has a lot of energy and love to share. She loves people as and other pets. For more information on either Elli or Gracie, as well as other available pets, go to www.ny-petrescue.org.
On Thursday, May 24th, the village of Larchmont held its Memorial Day Parade. Local Live reporters Hugo Sandoval and Rebecca Berman have the details.
In the LMC Varsity Sports Play of the week, Rye Neck senior Jessica Santoli helped the Panthers advance to the Section 1 Final.
In this week’s round table discussion, host Maura Carlin spoke with The Rev. Doris Dalton, Westchester County Human Rights Commission chairperson, and Rabbi Yolkut Adir of the Westchester Jewish Center about anti-Semitism in Westchester. Maura also spoke with Claire Heymann, a local holocaust survivor. To watch the whole interview, go to www.lmctv.org.
Town of Mamaroneck and Larchmont residents are being reminded that the use of gas-powered leaf blowers is banned from June 1st to September 30th. Residents should inform their landscapers and lawn crews, due to fines for any violations of the law.The aim of the law is to reduce airborne particles that could particularly affect young and elderly residents. Leaf blowers also contribute to noise and air pollution. Residents are encouraged to report any violations to their respective police department.
Also on Wednesday, May 30th, the village of Mamaroneck held its annual Memorial Day Parade. Mamaroneck’s finest marched down the avenue in memory of those who had paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their country. Residents young and old lined the street to wave at bands, local officials and even statues. The village of Mamaroneck Police and Fire departments were also marching along with local veterans. The parade ended at American Legion Post 90, where a wreath-laying ceremony took place in honor of the fallen.