Somers Women's Club Supports Support Connection

March 9, 2018

SOMERS, N.Y.-On Monday, 10 members of the Women’s Club gathered at the library to fill 25 baskets with cosmetics, adult coloring books, notepaper, candles, jewelry, scarves and shawls, chocolates and granola bars, fuzzy socks and various other items. They were then wrapped, beautifully bowed and delivered to Support Connection’s headquarters in Yorktown to be distributed to women ...

Somers Grad in Desperate Need of Kidney Transplant

SOMERS, N.Y.-“It’s not like borrowing money. You are asking a lot of someone,” said Mahopac resident Matt Fiscella.

Fiscella suffers from chronic kidney disease and is in dire need of a kidney transplant. Until that happens, he goes for dialysis treatment three times a week, three-plus hours per session, in order to stay alive.

“If I stop treatment, I stop ...

Relay For Life Kicks Off in Somers

SOMERS, N.Y.-Local cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers and community leaders rallied on Wednesday, Jan. 31, launching and celebrating the 2018 Relay For Life fundraising season with a kickoff party at Somers Middle School. More than 50 community members joined in the movement to celebrate survivors, remember victims and fight cancer. It was also an opportunity to showcase how funds raised ...

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Robert Kesten Joins Millions of Americans That Are Waking Up Every Day to a Government Unwilling to Put People First

March 7, 2018

Over the past few weeks our community has been shaken by the Parkland school shooting, a snow-wind-ice storm, knocking out power in the middle of winter and the constant diversional tactics of the Trump-Republicans in Washington and Albany.  Like you, I am angry at indiscriminate access to guns that murder innocent children. I’m angry that our electric companies have not made necessary ...