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Halloween happenings at the aquarium

The Aquarium of Niagara will celebrate Halloween on Saturday with fun, games and prizes. “Every year we think we’ve done it all and then we get great new ideas that make Halloween Happenings so much fun.” said Executive Director Gay ...

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Art of Lawyering auction held

Volunteer Legal Services Project Inc. wants to thank all those who attended the Art of Lawyering at the Village Gate on Oct. 7. With more than 70 items up for bid, more than 140 people came through the silent auction. This ...

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Knights of Columbus donate for vets

The programs and services of Veterans Outreach Center Inc. will be helped by the Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Assemblies of Rochester, which recently donated the proceeds of its second golf tournament. Some 115 golfers participated in an Aug. 9 ...

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Art of Lawyering event to benefit VLSP Wednesday

Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County Inc. is hosting its biennial Art of Lawyering event Wednesday in a new venue. The event is being held at Village Gate in the Neighborhood of the Arts from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. It will ...

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Celebrating Judge Debra Martin

Three past presidents of the Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys, who have all become judges – U.S. Magistrate Judge Marion Payson, Court of Claims Judge Debra Martin and the Hon. Elizabeth Wolford, U.S. District Court judge for the Western ...

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River Romance Weekend begins Friday

The community is invited to enjoy more than 30 autumn activities during the Genesee River Romance Weekend today through Sunday. The River Romance Weekend was announced by Mayor Lovely Warren with a ceremony dedicating a section of the Genesee Riverway ...

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Toy Hall of Fame has 12 finalists

The spinning top, coloring book, Wiffle Ball and puppet are vying for a place in the National Toy Hall of Fame. The simple classics are among 12 finalists for this year’s class announced Monday. They are up against American Girl ...

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Funke to host 55+ fun fair Thursday

Sen. Rich Funke is hosting the 55th Senate District’s first 55+ Fun Fair today from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Perinton Recreational Center, 1350 Turk Hill Road, Fairport. Funke is partnering with Town of Perinton Supervisor Mike Barker ...

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Muldoon’s ‘how to’ book offers solid advice

Gary Muldoon’s decades of lawyering experience in the public and private sectors gives him significant credibility as the author of The Education of a Lawyer: Essential Skills and Uncommon Advice for Building a Successful Career. His years of classroom experience ...

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GRAWA holds annual reception for new members

The Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys gathered Thursday to welcome new members and to congratulate members celebrating 25 years of practice. Program co-chairs Jennifer Schauerman and Laura Myers provided brief introductions of the new members on hand – some ...

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First Responders Mass scheduled

Our Mother of Sorrows Church will host a Mass to honor local first responders, in memory of Sept. 11. The Mass is scheduled for Wednesday at 8 a.m., and will be officiated by the Rev. Bill Coffas, at Our Mother of ...

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