The Section 5 Class A and AA championships will be held Saturday at Penfield. Keep an eye on talented seniors Brian Smith (Greece Athena), Madeline Kopp (Spencerport) and Ryan Cribbin (Irondequoit).
Sarah Perkins, a disaster assessment manager with the Red Cross, leaves her home in Henrietta today for a volunteer deployment to Oklahoma City. Over the next two weeks, she will collect vital information about the damage done by the tornado that tore through Moore, OK on Monday, and the Red Cross will use that information to determine an appropriate response for recovery.
Not all superheroes can leap over tall buildings or see through walls, but some pint-size caped crusaders in Pittsford are proving that anybody can be a superhero by doing something nice.
Summer programs at the local zoo begin Saturday, May 25.
Sky Symonds, of Irondequoit, placed first in the all around and floor exercise, and second on balance beam.
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