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Rain can’t cease the unity
August 16, 2018 at 5:51 a.m.
Port Chester High School rising sophomore Tony Roman practices his dunking skills during the Port Chester vs. Tarrytown basketball game at Unity Day on Saturday, Aug. 11. The festivities bringing together past and current P.C. residents was moved from Columbus Park to the Carver Center this year due to rain.
Port Chester resident Darius Powell, 5, is sure having fun as Neno Merritt tosses him to his uncle Tremaine Fraiser, who are also Port Chester residents.
Soon to be Port Chester High School junior Josue Gonzalez bolts down the Carver Center basketball court with the ball.
Sleepy Hollow resident Paxton Pell gets thirsty just from watching the Port Chester and Tarrytown high schoolers sweat it out on the basketball court. Good thing his grandma Christine Good is there to help the 1-year-old with his water bottle.
After traveling all the way from North Carolina for Unity Day, former Port Chester resident Derrick Sanchez tops his burger with some fixings.
Two-year-old Weber Drive resident Levi Nichols can’t resist the broccoli—but maybe first just a taste.
They came for a picnic and a picnic they shall have! Former and current Port Chester residents huddle under a tent to stay dry for lunch. From the left: Peggy Williams of New Rochelle, Grace Church Street resident Valerie Hammonds, Derrick Ricketts of Rye, Randy Owens of Atlanta, Ga., and Cleveland Fraiser of Mount Vernon.