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Students learn about life skills in baking

Students learn about life skills in baking

Seventh-graders at Fairport’s Johanna Perrin and Martha Brown Middle Schools learned about life skills – in the kitchen – March 14. A representative from King Arthur Flour taught the students how to bake bread as part of the King Arthur Flour Life Skills Bread Baking Program. Life Skills teaches students Continue reading →


Leadership by example: a tribute to G. William (Bill) Cox

By George Herren, Canandaigua While this brief offering may seem uninteresting to some readers, the intended message is dedicated to the importance contained in its conclusion; capsulizing the daily impact on motor vehicle safety and awareness attributed to the lifelong perseverance of a Finger Lakes area resident, G. William (Bill) Continue reading →

Thompson Health Spiritual Care group shot

Ministering to Mind, Body and Spirit

Thompson Health’s Chaplain’s Volunteer Program was initiated in 1996 by Rev. Richard McCaughey and a handful of volunteers. Today, there are close to forty members. Mark Henson, full time director of spiritual care at Thompson Health, has overseen the program since 2009. Many hospitals the size of Thompson do not Continue reading →


Electronics Recycling Day to benefit Camp Good Days & Special Times

St. George’s Episcopal Church, located at 635 Old Wilder Road in Hilton, announces its 6th Annual RECYCLING DAY to support the community and the environment with responsible disposal of unwanted electronics of all sorts. Again this year they have joined forces with SunnKing Electronics Recycling of Brockport to support Camp Continue reading →