Watch 150 living history interviews with Greenburgh Veterans this weekend on TV on on the web
And, remember- Memorial day motorcade begins tomorrow at 10:30 AM
YOU CAN WATCH ABOUT 150 HALF HOUR INTERVIEWS WITH GREENBURGH VETERANS NON STOP ON PUBLIC ACCESS TV OR BY CLICKING ON TO OUR LIVING HISTORY LINK (many of the veterans have sadly passed)
Every Memorial day weekend from Friday to Tuesday morning the town rebroadcasts on public access TV interviews conducted with approximately 150 veterans non stop on optimum channel 76 and Verizon channel 35. Sadly, many of the local heroes who participated in the interviews (most of the heroes fought in World War II or the Korean conflict) over the past dozen years have passed away. It's our hope that students and members of the community will appreciate the significant role our local veterans played in participating in our democracy.
Each of the approximately 150 living history stories of Greenburgh veterans is about a half hour long. You can also watch the interviews by clicking on to the greenburgh public access channel
If you are a veteran and want your story shared with the community please advise by e mailing me at email@example.com
This is the link to their stories
REMEMBER--TOMORROW IS MEMORIAL DAY MOTORCADE IN GREENBURGH
Line up at 10 AM Desanti Plaza Veterans Memorial (across from Hartsdale train station)
Ceremony begins at 10:30 AM at the Memorial
Motorcade continues with stops at the 9-11 Memorial on Central Ave and continues to the Greenburgh Police HQ and the Fairview Fire Department. Because of COVID-19 concerns our veterans committee and fire departments decided to have a motorcade rather than a parade this year. A big thank you to our hard working and very dedicated Veterans Committee for all they do for our veterans.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor