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Habitat for Humanity is looking for a family in Honeoye

Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County needs your help. We have recently acquired property in Honeoye and are looking for a Habitat family!! If you have lived in Ontario County for at least six months and have a housing need you may qualify (current rent has you debt-burdened, overcrowded, substandard Continue reading →

Elaina Harris-Maxwell of Mighty Midlakes 4-H Club prepares her “Red, White and Blue Sundaes”

Ontario County 4-H Celebrates Harvest Food Fest

You would have thought you were at a Junior Chef competition when the annual 4-H Harvest Food Fest was held recently at the Ontario County Cornell Cooperative Extension building.  Forty-five members aged 5-16 spent the morning demonstrating the making of their favorite foods for their families and friends. Harvest Food Continue reading →

Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County

Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County

Volunteers Needed at Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County Hey you, yes YOU….we would LOVE to meet you!! We welcome all talents & interests!! In addition to Construction and The ReStore: Here are other Volunteer opportunities! 1.     Family Selection Committee: Is the team who screens families for new homes. They Continue reading →

Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb

New Foreign Trade Zone in Ontario County Will Accelerate Finger Lakes Economy

Legislative column from Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C,I-Canandaigua) Recently, legislation to help Ontario County establish, operate and maintain Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZ) was signed into law.  Working with Sen. Mike Nozzolio to advance this bill through both houses of the Legislature resulted in a victory for the families, businesses Continue reading →

Who Knows?

Who Knows? – August 9, 2013

FIND IT… DONATE IT… QUESTIONS? Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only Who could use a 2-drawer metal desk? Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization Who could donate paper towels and paper products? Who could donate cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, dishwasher detergent? Who could donate five large cork boards? Who Continue reading →