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Sarah Bracey White receives top honors. Frank Williams, Jr receives top honors. Other honorees: Constance Kehoe, Lemuel Davis and Seymour Schreiber
Greenburgh seniors will be honored at the 40th Annual Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards Virtual Celebration on Friday, December 2 at 11:30 a.m. The 40th Annual Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards Celebration will be held virtually and streamed from the Westchester Public Private Partnership for Aging Services website at www.westchesterpartnership.org. All are invited to watch the 40th Annual Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards Program online at www.westchesterpartnership.org.
Top Honors: Sarah Bracey White, Director of the Greenburgh Arts and Culture Council
Sarah Bracey White is the Executive Director of the Arts & Culture Council for the Town of Greenburgh, a part-time position she has held for 30 years. Sarah is an accomplished playwright, fiction and non-fiction writer, memoirist, poet and stage performer. . Throughout her tenure as Executive Director, the Arts & Culture Council received the Westchester Art's Council Millennium Award for Community Arts Education and has held exhibits for local artists, an art gallery at Town Hall and at other municipal buildings, creative writing workshops for youth, and conducted poetry writing workshops.
Top Honors: Greenburgh resident Frank Williams Jr. is the Executive Director of the White Plains Youth Bureau; he has dedicated his life to public service. As the Executive Director of the White Plains Youth Bureau, Frank has developed programs to serve over 7,000 kids. He is the founder of Grandpas United, which provides mentoring and role modeling to youth from underserved communities. Grandpas United offers mentees the talents, skills, and experiences of "Grandpas" to improve the community.
Special Recognition: Constance Messerly Kehoe, Irvington
Constance Messerly Kehoe is the President and Director of Revolutionary Westchester 250, Inc. (RW250), a nonprofit organization she founded in 2018 to promote Westchester County's Revolutionary War history in anticipation of the United States Semi-Quincentennial in 2026. In her role as President and Director of RW250, she has helped connect the public to our nation's origins through programs ranging from colonial days and walking tours, academic research, live and virtual presentations, and online video content. During her tenure, Constance has become Westchester County's special liaison for planning the 250th commemoration by working in collaboration with regional municipal offices, historical organizations, veterans groups, libraries, private businesses, and individual experts and volunteers.
Legacy Recognition: Antoinette Lotito, 92, Dobbs Ferry, NY (Posthumously)
Antoinette (“Toni”) Lotito lived in Dobbs Ferry for over 60 years and was an active member in her local church and her community. Toni was a school teacher for many years and a strong supporter of educational programs for seniors. She attended many Senior Law Day events and left a generous bequest to help support the Senior Law Day programs after her passing on February 21, 2021. , These programs include the production of the Elder Law Question and Answer (Q&A) publication as well as other programs and events, which will allow Senior Law Day to continue providing innovative programs for older adults in Westchester County at no charge.
Westchester County Senior Citizens Hall of Fame – Class of 2022
Elmsford (North Elmsford/Unincorporated Greenburgh) –
Hartsdale – Seymour Schreiber
Seymour Schreiber of Hartsdale being inducted into the Westchester County Senior Citizen's hall of Fame.
Congratulations to our honorees who make the town proud!