1st grade Daisy Girl Scout Troop 40062 of the Victor-Farmington Service Unit helped serve the free community dinner on March 11th at the Presbyterian Church on Main St. in Victor. Read moreDaisy Girl Scouts Serve Community Meal with Smiles!
Each year since 1973, Christians from Wayland and surrounding areas celebrate Easter by symbolically retracing the steps Jesus took to his crucifixion on Calvary. Midday Good Friday each year, residents meet at the Wayland Town Hall to begin the 2-1/2 mile trek to and then up Selbig Hill, renamed Calvary for the occasion. Read moreWayland Celebrates 50 Years of their iconic Way of the Cross Walk
Starting Anew with New Optimism: Local Artist’s Exhibit, Seeing God in the Ordinary, is Anything but Ordinary
Local artist, Sandra Ann McDannel, 61, has had quite an artistic life. A child of two public school art teachers, she graduated Cum Laude with an ASS degree in graphic art from Finger Lakes Community College, Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors in Fine Art Printmaking from Buffalo State University, and then earned an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Cincinnati. Read moreStarting Anew with New Optimism: Local Artist’s Exhibit, Seeing God in the Ordinary, is Anything but Ordinary
Emily Parmely Collins: Suffragist who Started First Women’s Equality Club in America Hailed from S. Bristol
A true daughter of the American Revolution, Emily Parmely Collins was born on August 11, 1814 in Bristol, NY (now South Bristol) and lived there for 40 years. Her father, James, initially served in the Revolutionary War as a drummer boy. Later as a soldier, he helped evacuate New York with Washington’s troops, fought at the battle of Trenton and skirmishes along the Delaware River, and survived Valley Forge. It is not surprising that his spitfire of a daughter, the youngest of eleven, would become one of the country’s first suffragists. Read moreEmily Parmely Collins: Suffragist who Started First Women’s Equality Club in America Hailed from S. Bristol
At the House of John, a comfort care home on Spring Street in Clifton Springs, staff and volunteers work hard to provide physical care, emotional support, and spiritual sustenance as its terminally diagnosed residents approach the end of their lives. September 2023 marks 30 years the House of John has helped 786+ residents and their families. Read moreNeighbors Caring for Neighbors: House of John Nears 30 Years Caring for the Community
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New York State Maple Producers Association features the 27th annual Maple Weekends the last two weekends of March. Farms across New York State invite visitors to their sugarhouses to experience firsthand the production of pure maple syrup. What do you visit these farms for?
Poll ends 3-28-2023