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Young Frankenstein On Stage at SHS this Weekend

frankanatomylessonThe Scarsdale High School Drama Club is busy rehearsing for the upcoming performance of Young Frankenstein by Mel Brooks, scheduled for November 20-21 at SHS. The story follows Frederick Frankenstein as he obtains his family's estate in Transylvania. With the help of a hunchbacked sidekick, Igor, and a leggy assistant, Inga, Frederick finds himself in the mad scientist shoes of his ancestors. Fredrick brings to life a creature to rival his grandfather's. The monster escapes and hilarity continuously abounds.

rollinthehayThis play is full of humor and music to keep the audience laughing the entire time. The show will be performed at the high school on November 20 and 21 at 7:30 and November 22 at 2:00. Tickets will be available here and at the door. All ages are welcome.

Cast of Young Frankenstein:togetheragain

Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: Dillon Orlando
Elizabeth Benning: Ava Bradlow
Inga: Caroline Donat
The Monster: Marco Pompa
Frau Blucher: Megan Reynolds
Igor: Harry Gale
Inspector Kemp: Kristen Schepis
Hermit: Genna Schuster
Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein:Robby Chapell
Ziggy: Sydney Prince
Herald: Caroline Kutzin

Photos by Jon Thaler. See more photos and purchase your own at www.jonthaler.com.

13 Residents Elected to Citizens Nominating Committee

electionresultsThe Citizens Nominating Committee (CNC) election conducted by the Procedure Committee was held Tuesday, November 10 in Village Hall. Linda Blair Doescher served as the Chair of the Election Committee. Thirteen Scarsdale residents from Scarsdale five elementary school districts were elected as the Class of 2018. They will join the current CNC members in December and January to select candidates for village trustee and village justice of the Scarsdale Citizens Non-Partisan Party. These candidates usually run unopposed in the March Village elections.

The total number of voters was 224; 25 voters used the mail-in ballots. Number of voters by district was Edgewood (24), Fox Meadow (84), Greenacres (66), Heathcote (34) and Quaker Ridge (16).

Joining the CNC is a diverse, committed group of citizen volunteers.

Edgewood: Eric G. Cheng, David J. Peck
Fox Meadow: Madelaine Eppenstein, Brian Nottage, Eve P. Steinberg
Greenacres: Michelle Sterling, Jeannette Sloan Warner
Heathcote: Charles Baltman, Jeffrey L. Goodwin, Lauren Myers Mintzer
Quaker Ridge: David Dembitzer, Michael Gorelick, Nancy Steinberg

Election results, the members of the Citizens Nomination Committee and the Non-Partisan Resolution which governs the non-partisan election process for Scarsdale village positions can be found at the Procedure Committee website: www.scarsdaleprocedurecommittee.org.

SHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team Ends Season with a 2-1 Loss to New Rochelle

2015 Scarsdale Raider Varsity A Soccer Team1The Scarsdale High School girls' Varsity A soccer team suffered a disappointing loss in the sectional quarterfinals held at Scarsdale High School on Tuesday, October 27, falling to New Rochelle 2-1. The favored Raiders had defeated New Rochelle in both their regular season games and were riding a 14 game unbeaten streak heading into the game, after defeating Carmel in the opening playoff round 1-0. New Rochelle was highly energized and brought a raucous group of fans to cheer them on. Still, the Raiders dominated possession for most of the game, as both New Rochelle goals were scored off turnovers by the Raiders deep in their defensive zone. The Raiders were unable to switch the field consistently in response to New Rochelle's efforts to pin the Raiders' attack toward the limited space on the sidelines. On occasions when the Raiders were able to get the ball into the center of the field, there was an effective attack and scoring opportunities ensued.

For the Raiders, it was a frustrating defeat after an extremely successful 12-2-2 regular season. A number of talented seniors will leave the team in 2016 due to graduation. Still, the 2015 team was bolstered by an influx of several talented freshmen and, with a solid talent basis among the sophomores and juniors, the team is expected to be strong again next year and contend for another section title. Congratulations are in order for the team and its coaches for a highly successful and rewarding 2015 season.

Vote on Tuesday

votecheckThe 2015 Citizens Nominating Committee election will be held this Tuesday, November 10. Voting will take place in Village Hall from 7:30-9:00 a.m. and 2:00-9:00 p.m. and residents are encouraged to vote.

The Procedure Committee announces this year's slate for election to the Citizens Nominating Committee (CNC). The Committee will meet this December and January to choose the candidates for village trustee and village justice of the Scarsdale Citizens Non-Partisan Party. Candidates usually run unopposed in the Village Elections in March.

Qualified voters may vote in person or by mail-in ballot. The mail-in ballot may be downloaded at the Procedure Committee website: www.scarsdaleprocedurecommittee.org or obtained at Village Hall and the Scarsdale Library.

The Procedure Committee urges all qualified voters to support Scarsdale's non-partisan system by participating in the CNC election. This year's candidates are:

Edgewood: Eric G. Cheng, David J. Peck

Fox Meadow: Madelaine Eppenstein, Timothy Foley, Brian Nottage, Eve P. Steinberg

Greenacres: Carlos A. Ramirez, Michelle Sterling, Jeannette Sloan Warner

Heathcote: Charles Baltman, Jeffrey L. Goodwin, Lauren Myers Mintzer

Quaker Ridge: David Dembitzer, Michael Gorelick, Nancy Steinberg

Submitted by: B. Kathleen Munguia, Procedure Committee

Christine Pedi to Perform at the Scarsdale Library on Sunday

pediComedic actress, renowned impressionist, radio personality and cabaret performer Christine Pedi will give a FREE concert in the Scott Room of the Scarsdale Library on Sunday November 1 at 4 pm. Pedi has performed on Broadway, hosts a radio show and has a busy schedule of performances worldwide. See her for free this Sunday at the Scarsdale Library at 4 pm.

Learn more about Christine here: 

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