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Mad Scientist46 views The Joseph H. Plumb Library in Rochester kicked off their summer reading program entitled “Dig Into Reading” last Friday evening at the Congressional Church, where “Mad Scientist” Laser Leigh presented a group of K-6 graders from the Tri-Town area with several scientific experiments and an informative-yet-fun lecture on the wide scientific world. Photos by Nick Walecka.
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Mad Scientist50 views The Joseph H. Plumb Library in Rochester kicked off their summer reading program entitled “Dig Into Reading” last Friday evening at the Congressional Church, where “Mad Scientist” Laser Leigh presented a group of K-6 graders from the Tri-Town area with several scientific experiments and an informative-yet-fun lecture on the wide scientific world. Photos by Nick Walecka.
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Mad Scientist55 views The Joseph H. Plumb Library in Rochester kicked off their summer reading program entitled “Dig Into Reading” last Friday evening at the Congressional Church, where “Mad Scientist” Laser Leigh presented a group of K-6 graders from the Tri-Town area with several scientific experiments and an informative-yet-fun lecture on the wide scientific world. Photos by Nick Walecka.
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Rochester Council on Aging49 viewsIt was thanksgiving in May as the Rochester Council on Aging (COA) hosted an appreciation celebration honoring volunteers on May 31. Balloons and festive tables, a three course meal catered by New Bedford’s Riccardi’s, music by the Relics (courtesy of the Rochester Cultural Council) certificates of appreciation and 175 gifts (one for each volunteer) were all part of the celebration.
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Rochester Council on Aging43 viewsIt was thanksgiving in May as the Rochester Council on Aging (COA) hosted an appreciation celebration honoring volunteers on May 31. Balloons and festive tables, a three course meal catered by New Bedford’s Riccardi’s, music by the Relics (courtesy of the Rochester Cultural Council) certificates of appreciation and 175 gifts (one for each volunteer) were all part of the celebration.
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Rochester Council on Aging40 viewsIt was thanksgiving in May as the Rochester Council on Aging (COA) hosted an appreciation celebration honoring volunteers on May 31. Balloons and festive tables, a three course meal catered by New Bedford’s Riccardi’s, music by the Relics (courtesy of the Rochester Cultural Council) certificates of appreciation and 175 gifts (one for each volunteer) were all part of the celebration.
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Rochester Green Ways 43 viewsOn Wednesday, May15th the Rochester Green Ways Committee met to work on its Wildflower Garden in the center of town. Members cleaned up winter debris, weeded the beds that are filled with native and introduced plants that are called weeds by some and planted new seed for this and future years beauty. This is a necessary chore that was enhanced by the fact that it was held on the state and national Plant Something Day.
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Fire Engine Collection49 viewsRetired Rochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth’s collection of restored fire trucks – including 1938 Ahrens-Fox and a 1956 Cadillac Meteor ambulance – is museum-quality, but he’s not planning to charge admission any time soon. “You do it because you enjoy it. It’s time consuming, but it’s what I enjoy. I try to do everything that I can. It gives me pride.” Photos by Nick Waleka
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Fire Engine Collection40 viewsRetired Rochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth’s collection of restored fire trucks – including 1938 Ahrens-Fox and a 1956 Cadillac Meteor ambulance – is museum-quality, but he’s not planning to charge admission any time soon. “You do it because you enjoy it. It’s time consuming, but it’s what I enjoy. I try to do everything that I can. It gives me pride.” Photos by Nick Waleka
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Fire Engine Collection39 viewsRetired Rochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth’s collection of restored fire trucks – including 1938 Ahrens-Fox and a 1956 Cadillac Meteor ambulance – is museum-quality, but he’s not planning to charge admission any time soon. “You do it because you enjoy it. It’s time consuming, but it’s what I enjoy. I try to do everything that I can. It gives me pride.” Photos by Nick Waleka
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Fire Engine Collection35 viewsRetired Rochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth’s collection of restored fire trucks – including 1938 Ahrens-Fox and a 1956 Cadillac Meteor ambulance – is museum-quality, but he’s not planning to charge admission any time soon. “You do it because you enjoy it. It’s time consuming, but it’s what I enjoy. I try to do everything that I can. It gives me pride.” Photos by Nick Waleka
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Fire Engine Collection34 viewsRetired Rochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth’s collection of restored fire trucks – including 1938 Ahrens-Fox and a 1956 Cadillac Meteor ambulance – is museum-quality, but he’s not planning to charge admission any time soon. “You do it because you enjoy it. It’s time consuming, but it’s what I enjoy. I try to do everything that I can. It gives me pride.” Photos by Nick Waleka
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