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Leslie Hatzel

Community Advisor

Leslie is a graduate of Ardsley High School. She received her bachelor's degree in English from American International College. She worked at PepsiCo for 15 years before working as a substitute teacher, tutor and teacher's aide,. She specializes in working with children with developmental disabilities. She was active in the Port Chester schools where her son played high school football. She also is a past member of her residential cooperative's board of directors.

Leslie Hatzel's Contributions

  1. Annual Church Festival Held At Corpus Christi In Port Chester

    Annual Church Festival Held At Corpus Christi In Port Chester

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – The Corpus Christi Church Carnival will be held Monday, Aug. 10 through Saturday, Aug. 15 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Pay one price and ride all night for $20. Enjoy food, fun and a 50/50 raffle Saturday. Corpus Christi Church is located at 136 South Regent Street, Port Chester.

  2. Serious Crash Reported On Sprain Brook Parkway

    Serious Crash Reported On Sprain Brook Parkway

    This story has been updated. YONKERS, N.Y. -- A stretch of the northbound Sprain Brook Parkway was closed early Sunday afternoon following a serious accident. The accident occurred at Jackson Avenue in Yonkers shortly before noon.

  3. ‘Ragtime' Author, Longtime Westchester Resident E.L. Doctorow Dies

    ‘Ragtime' Author, Longtime Westchester Resident E.L. Doctorow Dies

    This story has been updated. WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Former Westchester County resident and author of "Ragtime," E.L. Doctorow died on Tuesday due to complications with lung cancer, according to The New York Times. He was 84.  Doctorow wrote 12 novels, three short fiction volumes and a wide array of political and literary commentary. His three most acclaimed works were "Ragtime," ...

  4. Port Chester Turns Out For Vigil To Honor Those Killed in Charleston

    Port Chester Turns Out For Vigil To Honor Those Killed in Charleston

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – About 70 residents of Port Chester, Rye and Greenwich attended a candlelight vigil Wednesday, June 25 to honor the nine victims of the recent massacre in Charleston, S.C. The vigil was initiated by the Port Chester/Rye Branch of NAACP when branch president Joan Grangenois-Thomas reached out to several local clergy, according to a press release. The program ...

  5. Port Chester Chef Gets Involved In Carver Center Garden

    Port Chester Chef Gets Involved In Carver Center Garden

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Charlie Sacco, a chef and active member of the Port Chester Knights of Columbus, works part time at Whole Foods and just started as prep chef at the Carver Center. Carver has its own vegetable garden, whose produce Sacco plans to use in meals for the campers. Campers get breakfast and a hot lunch. Many campers go to camp on scholarship. The center also has a food ...

  6. Port Chester Rye NAACP Holding Vigil For Charleston Shooting Victims

    Port Chester Rye NAACP Holding Vigil For Charleston Shooting Victims

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – Civic and faith leaders in the village invite the residents of Port Chester and the surrounding area to a candlelight vigil Wednesday, June 24 at 8 p.m. in the Lyon Park gazebo for a candlelight vigil to honor the nine killed in the Charleston, South Carolina shooting at Emanuel AME Church. The vigil is also to show support for the families impacted, the greater ...

  7. Former CBS Anchor Dan Rather To Speak At Manhattanville College

    Former CBS Anchor Dan Rather To Speak At Manhattanville College

    PURCHASE, N.Y. – Acclaimed journalist Dan Rather will bring his unique perspective on the news to Manhattanville College on Wednesday, June 24. The former "CBS Evening News" anchor, who now anchors “Dan Rather Reports,” a weekly television news magazine, will join a long list of influential thought leaders who have spoken at the college’s “Castle Conversations” forum. Arianna ...

  8. Memorial Day Celebrated In Rye Brook By Multiple Generations

    Memorial Day Celebrated In Rye Brook By Multiple Generations

    RYE, N.Y. – Michael Richards, 2, learned the meaning of Memorial Day Monday from his grandpa, Charlie Sacco, of the Port Chester Knights of Columbus, when they placed American flags on graves at St. Mary's Cemetery in Rye Brook.  The day also included a successful Memorial Day Parade with more than 800 in attendance. 

  9. Furuya Sisters, Weishoff Bring Classical, Opera Sounds To Crawford Mansion

    Furuya Sisters, Weishoff Bring Classical, Opera Sounds To Crawford Mansion

    RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- The Friends of Crawford Park hosted an afternoon of classical music and opera Sunday with the Furuya Sisters, as part of 'Music at the Mansion, an acoustic music series held at the historic Crawford Mansion on the grounds of Crawford Park in Rye Brook. The mission of Music at the Mansion is to raise money for the park through a series of musical events that feature a ...

  10. 'Spring Forward, Fall Back' Never Skips Past These Port Chester Jewelers

    'Spring Forward, Fall Back' Never Skips Past These Port Chester Jewelers

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Paul Tyson Jr. never forgets when it's time to set the clocks forward. This week, he's resetting hundreds of watches and replacing batteries -- in watches and clocks -- at Tyson & Co. Jewelers.  Paul's sister, Debbie Tyson, and her son, Shawn, also are tasked with adjusting dozens of clocks in the store as time moves forward by one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday, March ...

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