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Students’ Artwork to benefit Avon Community Cares

Great work for a great cause! Students from the Metal Trades class at the Charles G. May Center have teamed up with Avon Community Cares, an organization striving to nurture, assist and care for Avon residents in a sudden financial crisis due to a catastrophic or emergency situation. The Metal Continue reading →

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Livingston County Celebrates National Family Caregiver Month

It is no coincidence that National Family Caregivers Month occurs in the same month as Veterans Day. Both celebrate people who have and do the most heroic feats in their role as soldier or caregiver, including making life and death decisions and selflessly serving their community, as well as defending Continue reading →

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Elementary students and staff ‘crawl’ for Golisano Children’s Hospital

The first annual Fall Crawl for Golisano Children’s Hospital was a success for students, staff and families at Northside Elementary School who participated in the event. Through the event the school donated over $1,100 for the hospital. During the Fall Crawl, students, staff and families walked one mile around the Continue reading →

The camouflage of an Army niform, the stark whites of a military nurse, or the Navy blues of those veterans who served at sea, Westwood Commons, a DePaul Senior Living Community, paid tribute to its Veterans with a colorful and fun ceremony on Tuesday, November 11.  Seen here, Mary Masceri depicts Rosie the Riveter.

Saluting America’s Veterans at Westwood Commons

The camouflage of an Army uniform, the stark whites of a military nurse, or the Navy blues of those veterans who served at sea, Westwood Commons, a DePaul Senior Living Community, paid tribute to its Veterans with a colorful and fun ceremony on Tuesday, November 11. Combat Sargent Jim Reynolds Continue reading →

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Local Cheer Team Heading to Disney

In only its seventh year, the Hamlin Hornets Youth Football and Cheerleading Organization has a co-ed Midget Cheer Team heading to Disney World to compete for Pop Warner’s National Championship. These young men and women range from ages 13-15 and come from several communities, including Hamlin, Brockport, Clarkson, Hilton and Continue reading →