In our Round Table discussion, Mike Witsch spoke with Justin Gaita, Push Fitness Head Trainer; Nancy Weiser, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Sonia Sisti, Holistic Head Coach about new beginnings and keeping new year’s resolutions .
On January 19th, New York Rangers alumni took to the ice at the Hommocks Rink. The event was held to promote Charitable Giving and Girl Power in the Hockey Community: A Double Score. Local Live reporter, Aurora Fowlkes spoke to the participants.
Our Pets of the Week are Tommy, a black cat, and Wonder Woman, a Chihuahua puppy. Tommy likes to watch birds from windows and munching on treats. Wonder Woman is a little shy but is ready for her forever home. For more information on either Tommy or Wonder Woman, as well as other pets available for adoption, go to www.ny-petrescue.org.
The Village of Mamaroneck is mourning the loss Clark Neuringer, who was a local architect and long-term community activist died on January 20th. He ran against Norman Rosenblum for Village Mayor in 2013 and served on the Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission.
The LMC Varsity Sports Play of the week took place during the annual Mamaroneck Boys Basketball Tournament. In the first round, Mamaroneck’s Ethan Rennar took control of the game against undefeated Rye. The Tigers eventually lost the game but beat Port Chester for third place in the tournament.
Our Pets of the Week are Fanny, a senior cat and Roscoe, a four-year-old mutt. Fanny has a lot of energy as well as a lot of love to give. She doesn’t mind kittens and she loves being on someone’s lap. Roscoe is very energetic and he has very good manners. He likes to go on walks with dog friends but would prefer to live in a home without other dogs or cats. For more information on either Fanny or Roscoe, as well as other pets available for adoption, go to www.ny-petrescue.org.
The Mamaroneck Youth Association hosted a charity hockey game at the Hommocks Park Ice Rink on Friday, January 19th. Twenty-six local coaches and members of the Mamaroneck Youth Association skated with NY Rangers alumni Glenn Anderson, Adam Graves, Ron Duguay and Colton Orr. All proceeds from the event will benefit Mamaroneck Youth Hockey. Association.
A new film series at Mamaroneck High School focuses on the experiences and struggles of hispanic immigrants. The film series is being moderated by local film scholar, Dr. Michael DiGennaro. Titles in the series include, Sin Nombre, Quniceanera and A Better Life. The films will be screened on January 25th and February 13th. To purchase tickets and to learn more about the series, go to www.lmcce.org.