Breast Cancer Charity Jewelry; Robert Jeter Found; Yorktown, Somers Actors Star in Play

Here are five things you need to know Oct. 19 to Oct. 21.

1. Peekskill Man Located After Reported Abduction

 Peekskill resident Robert Jeter was located Wednesday night after he was reportedly abducted in the vicinity of the Jefferson Valley Mall. He was later located at his home with non-life threatening injuries. The incident remains under investigation.

2. Breast Cancer Charity Jewelry

Phyllis Karlin, the owner of KBK Designs in Shrub Oak, is raising breast cancer awareness this month. She says the store is the provider of awareness jewelry for Support Connection and each month she gives back 18 percent of these
sales and also from the sale of any pink item. All sales from the store's website go to the charity. Check it out at KBKDesigns.Com.

3. Yorktown, Somers Residents Star in Play

Yorktown resident Howard Meyer is Axial Theatre's founder and artistic director. He is premiering a new play this weekend. Starring in the production Awake and Sing! are Ryan Mallon, of Yorktown, and Laura Credidio, of Somers. Story on Patch coming up later today.

4. NY Firehouse Grille Hosts Grand Re-Opening Saturday

The NY Firehouse Grille is hosting a grand re-opening Saturday, Oct. 20 at 50 Welcher Ave in Peekskill. The ribbon cutting will take place at 12:30 p.m. and raffles, giveaways, specials, and more are on the agenda to officially welcome back old and new customers. The restaurant is now owned and operated by the Asadoorian and Fucci families. Alex Asadoorian, of Yorktown, is the owner and general manager.

5. Plenty of Weekend Events

Speaking of weekend happenings, there are plenty of events scheduled in Yorktown and the area this weekend. Check out our Weekend Planner coming up this morning – from Pumpkin Day to Halloween costume swap and domestic abuse Walk-a-thon and a Family Fun Day and Craft Fair.

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