A new program, HeatSmart FLX South, is helping families, small businesses and non-profits choose clean heating and cooling solutions and reduce their energy costs.
The Monroe County Prevention Alliance created an info. graphic that shows why Legal doesn’t equal safe when it comes to Marijuana. Nonprofit partners interested in prevention messages, take a look, print it out and spread the word.
April rolling around means a renewed focus on raising awareness for ending child abuse. ProAction details events for the remainder of the month as well as employment opportunities with the organization.
Youth from the Laura Richardson Houghton Corning Youth Center recently took part in a special day of service on April 9, 2021, to honor the memory and legacy of the woman whom the center is named for – Mrs. Laura Richardson Houghton.
The COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally changed the lives of many people living with dementia and their caregivers. These webinars will look closely at approaches to care during the pandemic and what we know about brain changes caused by COVID-19.
By popular demand: MORE POKEMON CAMP! Tanglewood News April 14, 2021 The kids have spoken: more Pokemon camp! We've opened a new week of K-2 Pokemon camp, Aug 16-20th. Registration is open and all 15 spots are available! In a stunning turn of events, we finally have...
The Community Foundation of Elmira-Corning and the Finger Lakes examines racial equity, offers seasonal grant opportunities and highlights nonprofit news and notes for the week of April 13, 2021.
The Steuben County Public Health Department has converted the Civil Defense Training Center located at 7220 State Route 54 in Bath into a weekday COVID-19 vaccination clinic location. Starting on Thursday, April 8 clinics will run Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Two Lifetime Achievement Awards were presented to William Turner and Beatrice Christensen on April 12, 2021, for both contributing 10,000+ hours of service to their community. Both have been active volunteers for the Once Again Shoppe (OAS) in Penn Yan.
This week at CCHS, catch the second part of the Civil War lecture series, see the new textile display, learn more about how to volunteer and catch up on the latest CCHS blog post.