It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Alice Tenenbaum last Saturday in Manhattan. Daughter Judy is holding a brunch/shiva at her home at 110 West 86th Street, apt. 6A, in NYC on Sunday, November 10 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Condolences may be sent to Evelyn Tenenbaum, 32 Dykeman Rd., Delmar NY 12054.
Joe Zarro, husband of Shelly Zarro, who passed away on September 4, wanted to invite Shelly’s friends to a memorial service at the Mount Hope Cemetery, Saw Mill River Road and Jackson Avenue, Hastings-On-Hudson at 11:00 a.m. on November 10th.
Cards of condolence and remembrance may be sent to Joe at his home in Florida — 29087 Highland View Circle, Clermont, FL 34711.
R-UTN member Alan Drysdale lives in Prescott, Arizona, and at age 84, after 22 years of retirement, he is sending a “overdue thank you” (his words) to all who participated in making his retirement celebration such a happy memory. Visit our Member News page to read his message.
We are sad to announce the passing of Joseph Gardner. He was a elementary teacher for about 20 years, retiring in the 1980’s. Joseph, who passed away on August 18th in Grand Junction Michigan, is survived by his wife Sabine. Condolences can be sent to his son Erik Gardner, 1998 Cherry Lane, Northbrook IL 60062.
R-UTN member Judy Bensimon invites everyone to enjoy the Township Theater Group’s Touring Company’s 17th season, Bumps in the Road.
This group of original short plays, both comic and upbeat, is about people embarking on what they hope will be a journey to happiness… or romance…or an exciting new relationship. It is no surprise that stumbling blocks and unexpected challenges are encounter along the way.
This season’s five plays will be preformed at area libraries during October, November and December. A schedule of performances can be found on our events page or by visiting the Township Theater Group’s web page.
The Boat People by Frank Shima When Sam tries to be a “real Minnesota outdoorsman” on his first date with Liz, they end up marooned in a rowboat on a very empty lake.
Voices by Marcia Slatkin A railroad station may be an odd place to seek solace but different folks need different strokes.
Trail Mix by Patrick Sherrard Uptight Daisy shows up for a date with “rockstar” Denny but he has to convince her that going on a hike with him is a good idea.
The Chat by Jim Azzara A kindly priest, trying to counsel a very angry married couple, invites a newly engaged couple to join the conversation as a reminder of love.
The Blind Tasting by Linda Delmonico Prussen Bernie is thrilled with a birthday gift of a trip to France, until he finds out the itinerary.