Members of the Webster Public Library staff marched in the Webster Firemen's Parade on July 12. Library patrons were excited to see their favorite library employees out in the community!
A beautiful summer night spent raspberry picking at Chase Farms in Fairport. Kids (l-r) are Lochlan, Colin, Delaney Gallahan of Canandaigua. Mom Melanie took picture.
This Giant Swallowtail Caterpillar makes his home on a potted lemon tree in Batavia, NY
Gerard Gramkee with his daughter Kiara after his Phi Theta Kappa induction ceremony at FLCC.
The seas are confused, but not the captain! Thanks to Bob for snapping the picture and texting it to us as we paddled by!
Pictured: Fairport Brooks Hill fourth grader, Ava Grace Cedarleaf played guitar during the RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project) recital. The students who performed were five-years old to adults. The day was a celebration of music and demonstrated many accomplishments of the students.
RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project) student Christian Williams played the bass during a recent recital. Williams is a student of Charles Bianchi, at the studio. The audience responded favorably to the variety of styles and performances of the afternoon.
Pictured: Penfield Scribner Road Elementary fifth grader, Jessica Post sang during a RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project) recital.
Fairport freshman and RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project) student Karla van Aardt plays a jazz chord-melody solo piece for the audience. The recital included performances on: guitar, bass, drums, piano and voice.
Fairport junior Zach Baccaro gets into his drum performance at the RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project) recital. The recital was the first under the new name RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project). It was the 39th annual recital since the original studio (Manuel's Music Studio) started.
Students at East Upper High School get excited for the The Andrew Langston Center for Educational Excellence's "Focus on Education" Car Giveaway.
Monroe High School seniors pictured with Henderson Ford General Manager Aki Henderson, Henderson Ford Assistant Quick Lane Manager Brian Henderson and WDKX's Andrea Langston.
The Leadership Academy for Young Men is one of the twelve schools participating inThe Andrew Langston Center for Educational Excellence's "Focus on Education" Car Giveaway, which rewards the efforts of hardworking senior students!
Senior students at Integrated Arts and Technology High School had multiple ways to submit entries for the car and cash giveaways, including: attendance, timeliness and grades.
Edison Tech students celebrate the second year-old campaign, sponsored by: Henderson Ford, The Andrew Langston Center for Educational Excellence, Advantage Federal Credit Union, Attorney Van White, WDKX, 13 WHAM ABC, WUHF FOX Rochester, and CW Rochester.