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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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Preparations Almost Completed for the Central Avenue Carnival in Pearl River, Opens This Thursday

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PEARL RIVER, NY – Preparations almost completed for the Central Avenue Carnival 🎡 in Pearl River

The carnival is open this Thursday (June 17) and Friday from 6pm to 10pm and Saturday and Sunday from 4pm – 10pm. Pay-one-price wristbands that include unlimited mechanical rides.

Annually this is one of the most popular carnivals in Rockland and is guaranteed family fun for all. Proceeds support the 4th of July fireworks. 🎆 Photos of some of the rides below.

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Jake Cataldo Completing Tenure as President of the North Rockland Lions Club

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STONY POINT, NY – As of this coming June 29th 2021, Jake D. Cataldo will be completing his year of service as President of the North Rockland Lions Club.

Cataldo has dedicated much of his free time to serving the North Rockland community in a variety of capacities. At a young age, he has separated himself from his peers as a future leader in Rockland County. The North Rockland Lions were chartered February, 1975 and are still going strong to this day. Serving in many capacities throughout the community. They meet twice monthly between Lynch’s Restaurant and Atonement Lutheran Church, both of Stony Point.

The club will be holding an installation dinner for the new administration as well as their scholarship presentation on Tuesday, June 29th at 6:30pm at Lynch’s restaurant of Stony Point. Dina Ciaramella will be taking over as a New Club President.

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