Learning opportunities and appreciation for the gardens
Besides a collection of radio hits, what do Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Selena Gomez, Seal and Toni Braxton have in common? Like 1.5 million of their fellow Americans, they’ve struggled with lupus, a chronic autoimmune disorder that attacks the skin, joints and internal organs.
Lupus Alliance provides support for local patients
Deana Fellows suffered in silence for 18 years before she discovered the Lupus Alliance of Upstate New York. She attended the Lupus Alliance’s “Walk Along for Lupus” in 2007 and found the organization to be full of “wonderfully embracing people.” Now, Fellows is a member of the group’s board of directors. Diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder at age 23, Fellows, who lives in Marcellus, said she doesn’t care much to talk about her illness, but she realized that opening up about her story helps other people with lupus know they’re not alone.
School open to the public, encourages sailing
As many as 20 percent of pregnant women women are affected by perinatal depression
In an attempt to raise awareness about PPD, Crouse’s Spirit of Women program, which is led by Kowaleski, is hosting the Climb with Crouse from 9 a.m. to noon Sunday, May 24, on the 2K Serengeti Trail at Green Lakes State Park in Fayetteville.
Bike safety and information for kids at Re-Bike
Church members will work to make the world a little better
Daddabbo expands his business to Camillus area
Special tour to celebrate mothers
Gallery will host work from local artist
“I want to be the very best, like no one ever was,” begins the theme song of the long-running “Pokémon” television series. Brady Guy, a 10-year-old who lives in Baldwinsville, is living up to the song’s goal. Brady is one of the top junior Pokémon Trading Card Game players in the United States, thanks to his March 21 victory at the 2015 Pokémon TCG State Championships held in Westbrook, Maine.
Celebrate Mother's Day with breakfast
McMaster to share stories and songs
Production brought home several awards
Each spring, the members of the U.S. House of Representatives sponsor a high school art competition to acknowledge and promote artistic talent. The winning piece of artwork from each congressional district across our country is displayed for one full year in the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.
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