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Mid-Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade will be held in the Village of Greenwood Lake on September 19, 2021

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It is with great pleasure that we report the return of the Mid-Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade, which will be held in the Village of Greenwood Lake, NY, on September 19, 2021. Kevin Cummings, has been chosen as Grand Marshal and is currently the longest reigning Grand Marshal in the parade’s history, will lead us down the avenue this year.

Our event commences with the St. Patrick’s Mass, to be held at the Shrine to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel on Wawayanda Avenue, in Middletown, at 9am. This will be followed immediately by the Grand Marshal’s Breakfast at Kuhl’s Highland House on Highland Avenue, also in Middletown. Upon completion of the morning festivities, we shall step off for the 44th parade in Greenwood Lake.

We are excited to be welcomed this year to Greenwood Lake and as a bonus, Mayor Dwyer plans to implement a reception area at/near the end of the parade. The pandemic has been a burden to us all, and celebrating the Patron Saint of Ireland on 9/19/2021 is a sorely needed remedy.

If you are interested in marching in the Mid Hudson St. Patrick’s Parade, please don’t hesitate to contact Bill Kirnan at [email protected], or [email protected] , for your group accommodations. If you have any questions regarding the parade, attendance, or please contact [email protected]

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Services for Clarkstown North Student Crash Victim Wednesday & Thursday

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NEW CITY, NY – Today, family and friends are gathering to say a final goodbye to Clarkstown North High School junior Vlad Hvalyk.

Visiting hours are today (Wednesday) at 4 p.m. at Michael J Higgins Funeral Home in New City. The funeral is Thursday in Spring Valley.

The 16-year-old died last Thursday after he was a passenger in car that crashed on Congers Road in New City.
The alleged drunk driver, 18-year-old Alan Mendoza, is facing a handful of felonies, including aggravated vehicular homicide and second-degree manslaughter.

 

GoFundMe to pay for funeral expenses and medical costs has raised more than $55,000.

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New City Crash Victim Identified, GoFundMe Created to Support Family

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New City, NY –  In a letter to the school district, Superintendent Marty Cox released the identify of the Clarkstown North High School student who passed following Thursday’s accident in New City. Vlad Hvalyk was in his year at Junior at Clarkstown North High School and just a month shy of his 17th birthday. A GoFundMe has been created to support the family of Clarkstown North High School Junior Vlad Hvalyk who tragically passed away on Thursday, May 6th, 2021 in a car accident on Congers Road in New City.

LINK TO THE GOFUNDME HERE.

Vlad was only 16 years old when he was the passenger in a car to a drunk driver on the night of May 6, 2021. He suffered many injuries and experienced an immense amount of trauma. He had undergone a surgery that sadly could not save him. Unfortunately, Vlad passed away on May 7, 2021 just a month before his 17th birthday.

Vlad’s memory and life will be survived by his parents, sister, brother and friends. Vlad was extremely loved and no words can explain the hurt we are all feeling. All donations and proceeds will go to Vlad’s medical bills and funeral costs. Thank you.

We have been told that this is a verified GoFundMe account with all funds raised going directly to the family.

(Information and photos via GoFundMe)

GOFUNDME LINK HERE

You can read more details about the accident here.

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