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Money is a major concern for most people and big stressor for many!  That is why Nancy Reigelsperger, financial educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County (CCE-Steuben) is encouraging people to take part in the many saving strategies and activities that are part of the AMERICA SAVES campaign.  

Find this month's news from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County. 

Pathways, Inc. and presenting sponsor Chemung Canal Trust Company, are pleased to announce the Mardi Gras Gala: Bourbon Street fundraiser benefiting the Erwin Child & Family Center (ECFC) on Friday, March 8, 2019, from 6:30–9:30 pm in the Auditorium at The Corning Museum of Glass.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County will hold public board and program committee meetings in 2019 and welcomes public comment at the beginning of each meeting. 

Catholic Charities of Chemung and Schuyler Counties was recently awarded $94,500 from local foundations. 

Free food available to those who need it. Food distributions will take place rain or shine. 

Stay in the know this month on topics related to the Prevention of Substance Abuse from Steuben Council on Addictions. 

As a lifelong resident of the Corning area, it has been my distinct honor to serve as Board of Directors Chairperson for the Steuben County Catholic Charities organization.  In short, our mission is to serve all in need in Steuben County as well as providing services in Allegany and Yates Counties.

Turning Point, a service priority for Catholic Charities of Steuben, is increasing the amount of times people can visit the food pantry in the month of February. 

Find the latest from Tanglewood Nature Center & Museum here.

Shanna Camara, direct support professional, was named Relief Associate of the Fourth Quarter. Camara was nominated by Ashley Crawford, direct support professional, for working relief shifts at the West Street home in Hornell.

Pro Action’s Head Start Program has one full-time position available for a Family Resource Advocate in the Avoca and Campbell-Savona areas.   

See the latest from CareFirst. 

Pro Action’s Head Start Program has two full-time positions available for Family Resource Advocates in the Hornell Area.   

The Jack Lisi Youth Award seeks to recognize youth who are often overlooked, have overcome obstacles, and/or exhibit a desire to succeed; this award is a way to help them continue their path to success. 

Melissa Garner, senior program manager, was named Associate of the Month for the month of January. 

The Arc Steuben’s Innovative Supports Department has been named as the Team of the First Quarter. Associates who work in this department are Brianna Long, Becky Wheaton, Katie Carrigan, Tyler Salisbury, Jonathan Stromsness, and Darla Naples. 

Workforce Education, an initiative of State University of New York (SUNY) Corning Community College, announced their sponsorship of The Institute for Human Services Inc.'s upcoming annual nonprofit professional development conference, RECHARGE. 

Illume Projects, a project management consulting group, located in Ithaca, NY, announced its sponsorship of The Institute for Human Services Inc.’s upcoming annual nonprofit professional development conference, RECHARGE. 

Join Pro Action in the new year for all the wonderful offerings at Pro Action operated Family Resource Centers in Bath, Addison, and Hornell.

The Arc of Steuben in Bath, NY is hiring for multiple opportunities. 

AIM Independent Living Center will offer a series of American Sign Language classes in 2019 which are open to the community.

During the cold winter months, it can be challenging for kids to get the 60 minutes of active play they need every day. One way to help young people be active is to limit screen time. 

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