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Colored powered falls on participants at the start of the Ardsley SAYF Coalitions first 5K Color Run on Saturday, June 18, at Pascone Park.

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5+3+8 = a crossroads of faiths in Hastings

rivertowns headlines this week

By Jackie Lupo

HASTINGS — In the Rivertowns, where families of multiple religions, races, national origins, and sexual orientations live side by side, or even within the same households, incidents such as the June 12 mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando strike deep.

The community's pain became clear last Thursday evening, June 16, when an alliance of Rivertowns clergy held a vigil in Fulton Park, outside the Hastings Public Library, in response to the massacre. The vigil, which drew dozens of residents, was sponsored by the First Unitarian Society of Westchester, Grace Episcopal Church, Mishkan Ha’am Reconstructionist Congregation (Jewish), South Presbyterian Church of Dobbs Ferry, Temple Beth Shalom, and Trinity Rivertowns Church (Presbyterian). Read more >

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Vigil attendees tie ribbons to a fence at Fulton Park. The names of the 49 murdered victims were written on the ribbons.