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150 interviews with veterans of World War II and Korean conflict to air on public access TV from Friday night (midnight) to Tuesday AM non stopHartsdale parade Monday at 10 AMFairview ceremony at 11
150 living history interviews with Greenburgh veterans of World War II and the Korean conflict will air non stop on Greenburgh public access TV stations 76 (optimum) or 35 (verizon) starting Friday at midnight and continuing till 8 AM on Tuesday morning. The living history interviews have been aired non stop on public access TV for over a decade. Because each interview is a half hour long it takes many hours to air the entire series of interviews.
The interviews were produced by former Greenburgh resident Alan Hochberg and former resident and Vietnam veteran Steve Wittenberg. In recent years Hugh McAuley and the Greenburgh veterans advisory committee has conducted additional interviews. Sadly, many of the veterans who were interviewed have passed away. These interview will enable future generations to never forget the role local residents have had in preserving our democracy.
These interviews have been shared with schools and the Greenburgh library. A link to each of the interviews can be found here:
https://www.audacy.com/wcbs880/articles/greenburgh-airs-interviews-veterans-every-memorial-day-weekend (this story ran in 2019)
GREENBURGH MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY
Just a quick update.
The Town of Greenburgh will have a Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday May 29. 2023, at DiSanti Plaza in Hartsdale followed by a parade.
The Ceremony will start at 10AM sharp.
Parade participants can walk the parade route from DiSanti Plaza to the firehouse on Central Ave. or depart as the parade starts based on individual schedules.
The Fairview Fire district Memorial day service will take place on Monday, May 29 at 11 AM with a small ceremony at the Greenburgh Police department followed by their annual community barbeque at the Fire House on Rosemont Blvd.
Hastings on Hudson holds their Memorial day parade at 2 PM in Hastings on SUNDAY. The villages of Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Elmsford, Tarrytown will hold their ceremonies on Monday. Each ceremony is very special.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor