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Three cheers for 36 years
June 21, 2018 at 8:05 a.m.
After the community gathered to sing “Happy Birthday” to Rye Brook, Village Trustee Susan Epstein (right), Trustee Jason Klein and Rye Brook Recreation Leader Janice Kunicki cut the cakes to serve to attendees at the Village of Rye Brook’s 36th birthday party at Crawford Park on Saturday, June 16.
In a true grand entrance to the birthday party, a Westchester County Police helicopter carrying Rye Brook Mayor Paul Rosenberg lands in the middle of Crawford Park in front of Rye Brook Police Officer Michael Caridi.
Port Chester resident Carolee Brakewood conducts the Rye Town Community Band in front of Crawford Mansion.
Victoria Axelrod shows off her hula-hooping skills while she finishes her snow cone. For several minutes, the Ridge Street Elementary School second grader never dropped the hoop.
Port Chester Middle School sixth-grader Bramdely Perez (left) and seventh-grader Marie Bravo have a pleasant time riding the Space Sled.
With a smile like that, it’s clear 1-year-old Port Chester resident Nina Merritt is enjoying the afternoon out with her family.
After her water balloon toss partner threw the water balloon from more than 10 feet away, 12-year-old Valley Terrace resident Morgan Salomon nervously yet cautiously catches it.
Rock Ridge Drive resident Elyse Berger makes sure her labradoodle Bella is properly hydrated.
Whee! John F. Kennedy Elementary School third-grader Evan Tay feels the wind between his fingers as he spins around on the swing ride.
Looks like 3-year-old Rye Brook resident Dylan Stein has a firefighting future ahead as he puts on his red hat and pretends to drive the firetruck.
Park Avenue Elementary School second-graders Lucas Arguello (front) and Oscar Morales lead the line in a boys versus girls tug o’ war match. Despite their efforts, in this one the girls were victorious.
Hunter Drive resident Anthony Gebriael, 5, looks cool in his sunglasses as he casually hangs out with his newfound ball in the life-sized Hungry Hungry Hippos inflatable setup.
Some of Rye Brook’s newest residents from England, Svetlana and Richard Luca-Phillips and their 3-year-old daughter Aeliana, beat the heat by enjoying their snacks on a bench in the shade.
Rock Ridge Drive resident Tami Rodriguez holds up her 2-year-old son Ethan so he can pretend to shoot at Mini Mouse in the carnival games.
Rye Brook resident Pat Cappelletti grills up several hamburger patties for hungry birthday party attendees. Cappelletti is volunteering with Westchester Bank, one of the sponsors of the celebration.
After making a dive for a ball in the Hungry Hungry Hippos inflatable life-size game, Ridge Street Elementary School third-grader Marissa Hamlet comes out of the center pot successful.