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Clearing and playing in the season’s first snowfall
January 13, 2022 at 8:36 a.m.
Mike Antaki clears the sidewalks on both sides of Leicester Street with his nifty ride-on plow on Friday morning, Jan. 7 after Mother Nature dropped 7.8 inches of snow in Port Chester and Rye Brook overnight, the first major snowfall of the season. A Leicester Street resident, Antaki has been plowing his neighbors’ sidewalks in a similar manner for 25 years.
Al Altreche and his 3-year-old daughter Rey shovel snow off the front steps of their home at 74 Glen Ave. “I just got this place,” said Altreche. “It’s my first snow.”
Doris Delgado slides down the hill on the Lincoln Avenue side of Crawford Park with her children Justin, 8, and Daniela, 18 months. They live on Rectory Street.
The steep incline on the North Ridge Street side of Crawford Park is dotted with sledders Friday afternoon when there are already some bare spots on the hill.
A snow-covered ornament hangs from a tree at the corner of Windsor Road and Ridge Boulevard.
The regal-looking, snow-covered Ram donated by the Port Chester High School class of 2020 looks out upon the playing fields behind the school as their mascot.
A Rye Brook Department of Public Works employee clears sidewalks on North Ridge Street in the vicinity of the bridge over the Hutchinson River Parkway.
Girls engage in a snow fight at the base of the popular Crawford Park sliding hill.