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Members of the community enjoying a day at the park with Care-A-Van Ministries

Together we can make a difference in our city!

Care-A-Van Ministries, Inc., a community-based street ministry, has just ended its 2014 cookout season at Austin Park. These free cookouts were held every Thursday night from May 15th until September 18th and encompassed nineteen cookouts and totaled 6,426 free meals served during the summer. The number of free meals served Continue reading →


Webster Assembly of God Church Plans Tribute to Veterans

Veterans~ we request the honor of your presence for a special day of tribute and remembrance on your behalf. We would like to welcome you and your loved ones to join us as we celebrate our freedom and the wonderful, courageous individuals who have provided the life we enjoy as Continue reading →



The BUM Players of Brockport are again preparing for their annual interactive “whodunit” murder-mystery. This year’s offering is “Fallen Rock Zone” and is again written and directed by BUM Player founder, Gary “Turk” Thomas. As always, the BUM Players are teaming up with the Brockport Kiwanis Club to perform this Continue reading →

Breast cancer

Raising Awareness. . . Until we Find a Cure

In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Erica Meyers, Outreach Coordinator for Cancer Services Program of Steuben County, is encouraging all women to talk to their health care providers about breast cancer screening and their personal risk for the disease. Great advances have been made in early Continue reading →