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Sunday Lifestyles

Wisdom in desktop collection

Let’s take a tour of my desk at work! You’re thinking, “this is a strange topic and sounds boring.” Perhaps! You’ll have to read on to find out. But it was my turn to write the article and I forgot, and this is what my brain can do today. As a preface, I’ve worked at Audubon for a ...

Shakespeare Club hears of Uganda trip

Karin Cockram presented a travelogue on her recent trip to Kenya to the Shakespeare Club last month. She began her presentation with a brief history of her childhood in Uganda, including referencing research on the impact on young children who spent their early years in a foreign country. ...

Conservancy eyes ambitious plan to save county forest

The Western New York Land Conservancy has announced it will raise funds this year to purchase an extraordinary 223-acre property adjacent to the College Lodge Forest near Fredonia. The Land Conservancy will assemble a Friends of the Floating Fen committee to help steer fundraising activities, ...

County family shares ‘amazing journey’ of adoption

Even though the holiday season is over, the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services encourages residents to consider giving a precious gift, the gift of family and home to a child, teen, or group of siblings here in Chautauqua County. “Like gifts, gatherings, and good ...

Just between us …

Kerrigan Babcock of Ripley has been named to Southern New Hampshire University’s Fall 2022 President’s List. The fall terms run from September to December. Full-time undergraduate students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.700 and above for the reporting term are named to ...

Exhibition features works by SUNY faculty members

Diverse works ranging from from small porcelain objects to a 9- by-11 foot painting, plus wearables, animated films and more created by 14 current, tenured and contingent, faculty members in the Department of Visual Arts and New Media will be featured in the next exhibition at the Cathy and ...