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Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures is flying high

Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures commemorated its inaugural season with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, July 18th at 10am.  Attendee NY State Senator Ted O’Brien  recently commented, “The opening of the Bristol Mountain Aerial Park is great news for families in the Finger Lakes region and our growing local tourism Continue reading →

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The Nature of Natural Burials

Mary Ellen Markant, author of Pondering Leaves, a light-hearted, two-volume set of books about how and why to prepare for end-of-life issues, will present a photo-enhanced overview of simple, earth-friendly burial practices from across the country on Sunday, August 10 from 2-3:30 p.m. in the All Seasons Chapel at White Continue reading →

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Local author shares the history of Conesus Lake using vintage images

In the newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America series, Conesus Lake, author Sharon L. Mistretta shares images and stories about this unique area. Showcasing more than 200 vintage images that depict scenes of days gone by, the book is set to release on July 21, 2014. Conesus Continue reading →

USA  Masters Academy team FAST, Left to Right: Carly Moses, Asad Ruffin, Kathryn Cywinski, Gyasi Ruffin, Jasmyn Pitt, Dustin Coha, David Tuttle (coach)

Locals Compete in National Championships

Recently, seven athletes from USA Masters Academy in Canandaigua competed in the USA Taekwondo National Championships. This year’s championship was held in San Jose, CA over the July 4th weekend. They are: Jonathan Price, Carly Moses, Asad Ruffin, Gyasi Ruffin, Jasmyn Pitt, Kathryn Cywinski and Dustin Coha. This competition represents Continue reading →

Pictured here are the Hot Flash Tap Dancers which includes Mary Ferro of Greece, Mary Anne Lettis of Brighton, Jeanette Dilucia-Angelo of Gates, Choreographer and Manager Joyce Dedee of Penfield, Joyce Mary Mason of Williamson and Elaine Cumbo of Irondequoit. They are joined by Woodcrest Commons resident Fred Recchio.

Age is just a number to these dazzling dancers!

The Hot Flash Tap Dancers are living, dancing, sequined proof that age is just a number. Ranging in age from 70 to 83 years of age, the female dance troupe earned high praises for their performance by residents at Woodcrest Commons, a DePaul Senior Living Community in Henrietta. Activities Director Continue reading →