POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- Democratic and Independent parties were supported at a recent “Casino Night” in Pound Ridge.
Liz and Rod Ades hosted the fund-raiser to raise funds for candidates Ali Boak, town supervisor; Dan Paschkes, Sherene De Palma, town board; and Ira Clair, town justice.
The “Everything Pound Ridge” raffle prize included a gift certificate to Plum Plums Cheese Shop, granola from Healing Home Foods (both on Westchester Avenue); copies of "Pound Ridge Past: Remembrances of Our Townsfolk" by Bonni Brodnick and "Images of America: Pound Ridge," by Richard Major and Vince Manna; a country basket and a handmade “Pound Ridge” pillow from KD Studio in Katonah.
“Many thanks to everyone here tonight, including those from other political affiliations,” Boak said.“Your attendance represents your love for our town and our joined sense of community.”
Boak thanked neighbors for showing their support to the Democratic slate and for helping her and the other candidates for delivering their message to “protect and preserve what we love about Pound Ridge, and doing what we need to do to make things better.”
Voter registration information is available online. Deadline for postmarking an application is Oct. 11. Citizens may also apply in person at the Board of Elections until Oct. 25.