This week Upstate Shredding awarded their $2,000 grant for Southern Tier Tuesday’s to the Kirkwood Inspiration Playground.
St. Francis Ministry is a non-profit organization established in 2010 exclusively for religious, charitable and educational purposes to support orphans and impoverished children in Kenya.
We are continuing our Southern Tier Tuesdays campaign and today’s recipient of Upstate Shredding’s $2,000 grant is Community Meals by Saint Michael’s Russian-Carpatho Orthodox Church.
The Broome/Tioga Out of the Darkness walk will take place Saturday, October 5th.
Kristina Martemucci, General Manager of the Riverwalk Athletic Club, shows us how to take the strain off of your knees work those hips.
The Mercy House of the Southern Tier is having its 6th Annual Gala of Taste.
David Clutz will present a program based on his most recent book “Rebels in the Front Yard, Liberty at Gettysburg.” He will focus on his great grandmother and her memories of the summer of 1863.
The Bold Local Artists of the Southern Tier presents a play about the last six months of Judy Garland’s life called “End of the Rainbow”.
St. Michael’s Orthodox Church is getting ready for it’s annual Carpathian Festival.
Richard Scott graduated High School at the age of 16. During that phase of his life he says there weren’t many jobs and he thought he could get help to go to college after being valedictorian of his class. He couldn’t. So he had to figure something out.