Sunday, August 19, 2007

150 PEOPLE PARTICIPATED IN ROAD TO FREEDOM WALK

About 150 Greenburgh/Dobbs Ferry village residents participated in the Road to Freedom Walk commemorating the 226 anniversary of the departure on Sunday August 19, 1781 of the Continental Army under the command of General George Washington from Dobbs Ferry to Virginia and to victory at the Battle of Yorktown.
The walk started at Scaramella's Restaurant and ended at the historic Mead house. The event highlights the important role Dobbs Ferry had in the revolution.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did Sheehan assume the role of George Washington????

Anonymous said...

No, but Feiner wouldn't participate because he couldn't ride his bicycle.

Anonymous said...

Sheehan betrayed the Constitution that he swore to protect and defend when he ordered Gil Kaminer to violate the first amendment rights of the Valhalla School Superintendant. If Sheehan is to be identified with anyone from the American Revolution it is Benedict Arnold.

De Gustibus said...

Sheehan and his followers, the Sheehananigans, may have trampled on the law in their quest for results -
BUT
Feiner and his followers, the Paulitburo, have always said they are under no obligation to abide by the law because their hearts are pure.
AND
Bernstein, McNally and their followers, the CABALists, can't actually be guilty of both wanting to build a village hall and prevent commercial development while favoring the acquisition of parkland but opposing Taxter Ridge - so they probably don't exist

Anonymous said...

Sheehan may have trampled on the law,where have you been.
Not only Sheehan but the fabulous three on the board have done the same.
Together with Bernstein and McNally they wanted to pull off an illegal scheme.
Guess what it didn't work, Until the final investigation of this abortive transaction, they are all walking on thin ice.
Let's see how this plays out in the coming weeks.

Anonymous said...

Sheehan should have participated in this walk,with only one thing for him to do,,,,Keep walking and don't turn arround.

Anonymous said...

Was that Sheehan I saw at the Tapanzee bridge pondering if he should take the fatal leap.