Meet Ken Sargeant. He’s a film guy and he just posted this great video about the Earth Day festivities in Croton-on-Hudson, held in earlier this year in April.
In the video, you’ll learn how the name for Senasqua Park was chosen—according to centarian Ed Rondthaler and hear Conservation Advisory Council Chairman Joe Beber reflect on the evolution of Earth Day initiatives around Croton—all to the guitar-playing and singing of Fred Gillen. Oh yeah, and Leo Wiegman talks about the 43’ Striped Bass that former Trustee Charlie Kane recently caught.
This video runs 9:50—while you can see more of Ken’s films at his YouTube channel.