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“Motherhood is a life filled with details large and small that, when attended to with love and grace, bind together in childhood to create adults with strength, compassion, and fortitude in a way that only those moments can nurture.” - from this week’s editorial on page 6. Sentinel Greenwich $1 . 75

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SPORTS S Varsity Schedules. O Captain! My Captain! Greenwich Native and Former Bruin Standout Hayden Named Captain of Yale Hockey; Gators Tame Wildcats in FAA Rematch; Sacred Heart Slayed By Dragons in Final Minutes, 13-12. PAGES B1 & B3. S The Greenwich Academy and Sacred Heart Greenwich lacrosse teams locked horns on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon. PAGE 2 MAIN SECTION S PHOTOS. POWWOW; Kite Flying at Tod’s Point. Photos by John Ferris Robben. PAGE B4 S Our Neighborhoods has moved! What’s happening in yours. PAGE 3 S Around Town. PAGE 3 S Highlighted Open Houses. BACK PAGE S Movies, Events & deadlines calendar. BACK PAGE S EDITORIAL: The Alchemy of Mothers. PAGE 6 S It’s Trump for the Republicans by Edward Dadakis. PAGE 6 S Letters to the Editor: Keeping Our Taxes Low by David de Milhau, Greenwich RTM – District 12. PAGE 6 S OPED: Toward Fire Services in Northwest Greenwich by Peter Tesei. PAGE 7 S Author-Theologian Peter Enns to Speak on Faith and Uncertainty. PAGE 7 S Schedule of worship services. PAGE 8 S On Following theWrong Plans by DrewWilliams. PAGE 8 S The Wise Heart By Rev. Richard S. DenUyl, Jr. PAGE 9 S Obituaries: Ben Marzullo, Joan Barto. PAGE 9 S Leora Levy Continues to Work Hard. PAGE 10 S A Visit Backstage with Debra Ponzek of Aux Délices. PAGE 10 S First Choice Takes ‘Pane’ Out of Windows. PAGE 11 S Commercial Real Estate: Greenwich For Sale by Allan Murphy. PAGE 11 S Stock Chart: Publicly Traded Greenwich Companies. PAGE 11 S How to Get the House When You Really Want the House by Mark Pruner. PAGE 12 S Around Town: Press Releases and Information from around town. PAGE 12 REAL ESTATE DASHBOARD: PAGE 12

2016 Sentinel Award recipient, Chief James Heavey. Top Left: Chief Heavey at his promotion to Chief (2011). Top Right: With the Boy Scout troop he led on a wilderness trek at Philmont Adventure Base in NM (July 2015). Below: Two pictures from Police Day, and annual PD open house that Chief Heavey created to invite the community to tour the facilities (2012). We will be celebrating his commitment and remarkable work all month ... stay tuned!

Duval’s 50-Mile ‘Training’ for Brain Cancer Research By Evan Triantafilidis Sentinel Reporter F o r S a l l y Du v a l , a ma r a t hon b e a t s a sprint every time. A s a c o a c h f o r t h e

Gre enw ich Ac ademy f ield hockey and lacrosse teams, Duval is accustomed to making her team run many sprints during practice. But in her case, a 50-mile “training” run for a 100-mile ultramarathon was the perfect way to prepare for her upcoming long-distance run while also raising awareness and funds for B*Cured and brain cancer research. Duv a l , a mot he r a nd a teacher and coach at Greenwich Academy, started her 50-mile trek at Cos Cob Park at 5 a.m. on the first day of Brain Cancer Awareness Month, this past Sunday, and was accompanied by many friends and supporters along the way. “I was overwhelmed with support,” said Duval. “It was so uplifting to come into Cos Cob Park to see all my high school friends back for reunion and the kids on my team. They all had a lot on their plate but they took the time to come out. I was so overwhelmed but it was very uplifting to see them all cheer for me.” Dubbed “Sally’s 50-for-50,” the race hits home for Duval: Brain cancer took the life of her uncle and relatives of close friends. T h e p r o c e e d s o f h e r

Greenwich resident and Greenwich Academy lacrosse assistant coach Sally Dvual ran 50-miles to support and raise money for B*Cured. In the photo from left to right, taken at the 24-mile mark of her run is Heath Koch, Andra Newman, Sally Duval and Peter Bailey.

fundraisers benefit B*Cured, an all-volunteer organization led by co-presidents Karena Bailey and Kristin Duda in Greenwich. They teamed up on Sunday hoping to raise as many $50 dollar donations as they could in order to award a research grant this year. “ We h a d a b u n c h o f meetings and we put a plan in place,” said Duval. “I did three figure-eight routes, including a seven-and-a-half-mile loop through Belle Haven and a nine-mile loop through Old Greenwich and Riverside.” Sally’s run, which she says actually came out to be “50.50” miles long, took her 8 hours and 37 minutes to complete. Despite the wet and slick conditions in the early morning,

the longtime runner found the conditions just to her liking and had plenty of support all along the course. “I think as a runner, the c ond i t i on s we r e op t ima l , because the skies never opened up for torrential rain, but it was actually very cool and misting,” said Duval. “I was hoping for more fan-friendly weather, but everyone still came out anyway. It was great.” Members of the Greenwich Academy field hockey team and the currently undefeated lacrosse team ran alongside their coach during the latter half of her journey. “ I r a n o n e m i l e w i t h her,” said Melissa Anderson, head coach of the Greenwich Academy’s lacrosse team. “It’s

a testament to the chemistry of t he team, but it’s a lso a testament to Sally. There is nobody more magnetic and more inspiring than her. She has a lot of fans in this community. A lot of people admire her immensely for just who she is.” Duval says the 50-mile run will be the longest she does in preparation for her upcoming u lt rama rat hon at t he 2016 Mohican 100-mile in June. She finished the Leadville 100-mile trail run in under 27 hours for B*Cured, and also completed the Vermont 100 in July of 2014. Now 18 weeks through a 24- week program, Duval says that she is training for the first 50 miles, and that the second 50 miles are all mental. But it’s a menta lit y li ke

Duv a l ’s t h a t ma k e s f o r a coachable moment on and off the field for her student-athletes. “Hopefully, I show them what people can do with the power of the mind and the power of the body,” said Duval. “Last year, when I f inished Leadv i l le u ltramarat hon, I finished in the morning, so I went to the awards ceremony, then drove to the airport, took a red-eye flight back to JFK, and was back in town for the first day of preseason at 8 a.m. “As coaches, we laughed, saying that they can’t complain about anything all season. If I can make it back here after running that, surely they can do any kind of sprints we put them through for a few minutes.”

Good Bedfellows: Business and Food Featuring over 70 local businesses, the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Business and Culinary Showcase onThursday, April 27, at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. The tabletop-networking event, which drew over 450 attendees, was enlivened by tasty treats provided by local food and wine vendors. Here, from the Greenwich Sentinel, Peter Negrea (donning a “Sentinel” uniform donated by Sophia’s Great Dames) and Sports Editor, Paul Silverfarb joined by Miss Greenwich, Pippa Leigh. Thank you as well to McArdle’s for donating our table flowers. At the event, the Greenwich Sentinel held a raffle, the winners to be announced in the paper. Thank you to the businesses that donated and here are our winners! ATELIER / RIVERSIDE SCHOOL OF MUSIC | Winner: Kristen Tomasiewicz, Kids in Crisis BEAM & BARRE | Winner: Ellen O’Connor, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society BON TON FISH MARKET | GREENWICH PRIME MEATS Winner: Don Brown, The Ski & Scuba Connection

Lost & Found LOST Small silk embroidered pouch with gold puzzle ring. In/near cinema or front of train station on

Railroad Ave. 203-570-8887 $100 reward.

CREW Retaurant | Winner: Diane Stevens, Halstead Property CLAY Health Club + Spa | Winner: Bethany Lee, Duxiana JACKdog | Winner: Lisa Wexler, The Lisa Wexler Show PASTA VERA | Winner: Nick Edwards, MS, Town of Greenwich SAM BRIDGE | Winner: John J. Hone, Greenwich Property Management, LLC SPORTSPLEX | Winner: Danielle Patalano, Indeed

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