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Sunday Lifestyles

Red Hat Ladies tour historic Depot Museum

The Red Hat Ladies toured the village of South Dayton’s 1875 Depot Museum. In 1859, John Wickham purchased 400 acres of land that included the present village of South Dayton, which is one square mile. Where South Dayton now stands was a heavy growth of pine trees. In 1859, this ...

Just between us …

Since 2019, more than 1,400 Rochester Institute of Technology students have received Performing Arts Scholarships, renewable for up to five years, as long as the students stay involved in performing arts. The students come from each of RIT’s nine colleges, with the majority from engineering ...

White Cane walk in city raises awareness

The first annual White Cane Awareness Day Walk was held along Lake Shore Drive, Dunkirk. About 40 community members, friends and family of those living with visual impairments came together to show their support. “It was great to see the community and family support for our individuals who ...

‘Special’ effort grows in Westfield

On a drizzly late fall day, residents of the village of Westfield shared shovels and a renewed streetscape vision for downtown Moore Park as they set some 250 plants in and around the newly installed black iron fence along Main Street. “Moore Park has always represented the heart of our ...

Memorial books listed by Dunkirk library

Dunkirk Public Library has listed memorials for the month of November: MEMORIALS In memory of Henry and Dora Barbknecht Easy German Cookbook, Lodder Just Another Love Song, Winfrey In memory of Bill Bremer Black Dog, Woods Upgrade, Crouch In memory of Ralph Burke Armored, ...

The Resource Center honors outstanding employees

The Resource Center recently honored several employees who have done an outstanding job of supporting people with developmental disabilities. During Direct Support Professional Recognition Week, The Resource Center held its annual “Everyday Hero Celebration.” The event recognizes the ...