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Princesses, superheroes party for Purim at KTI
March 21, 2019 at 9:22 a.m.
The Arbors resident Russel Hunger lovingly picks up his 2-year-old superhero daughter Maya to help her play Connect Four against the teenaged volunteers at the annual Purim Carnival at Congregation KTI in Port Chester on Sunday, Mar. 17.
Though she’s surrounded by games and adorned in a pretty pink princess dress, Rye Brook 2-year-old Harper Cutler’s main focus is her fluffy blue ball of cotton candy.
Parkwood Place resident Andy Montvelisky, 9, dominates the ring toss game as he lands almost every plastic loop on a peg.
Already dressed like a 6-year-old Batman, Ethan Horwitz gets a matching face- painted mask. Blind Brook High School freshman Shira Mallah is happy to help the Elizabeth Street, Port Chester, resident complete his costume.
“Because everything is upside down on Purim,” Congregation KTI Rabbi Ben Goldberg says as he debuts his non-kosher bacon cheeseburger costume.
Blind Brook High School freshman Connor Salvatore goofily hands off basketballs to Ridge Street Elementary School third-grader Rex Kanner so he can quickly shoot hoops.
Zoe Steinberg is all smiles after bouncing down the inflatable slide. The 3-year-old Rye Brook resident circled around to go down the slide several times consecutively.