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P.C. residents past and present come together during Unity Day
August 17, 2017 at 12:15 a.m.
Unity Day isn’t just for Port Chester residents. Seven-year-old June Joseph of Yonkers tumbled down the inflatable slide time and time again.
Port Chester’s Cousin Frankie’s USA Grill was in charge of grilling burgers and hot dogs for the hungry Unity Day crowd.
To honor Bettina Foust, who died July 26, 2013, the Corbia and Larizza families purchased a plaque, which will be turned over to the Port Chester Housing Authority and placed inside the apartment building at 45 Traverse Ave. where she lived. To accept the memorial from Tom Corbia (middle) was her son, Alfie Foust. Mayor Richard “Fritz” Falanka is at right. The tablet reads, “‘Miss Tina,’ In Honor of Bettina Foust. A Champion of the Youth of Port Chester and Port Chester Housing Authority Representative. Thank You.”
Brenda Garcia is an artist in the making. The 6-year-old Parker Street resident smears her newly constructed birdhouse, courtesy of Home Depot, with yellow paint. She painted each side of her wooden structure a different color.
Thirteen-year-old C.J. Harris of Port Chester shows off his dribbling skills as he dominates the Columbus Park basketball court during Port Chester Unity Day on Saturday, Aug. 12.