Stu worked at New Process Gear for more than 30 years and retired in 2001. His service to the community involved Boy Scout Troop 51, the Sabattis Beaver Weekend committee with the Longhouse Council of the Boy Scouts, the Fayetteville Zoning Board of Appeals and the United Church of Fayetteville.
Mary Ellen Bloodgood, CEO of Menorah Park, is thrilled to be a part of the organization’s 100-year celebration, which culminates with a gala on Oct. 27 at Temple Adath Yeshurun in Syracuse. The theme is “Honor Our Mothers and Fathers,” one of the tenets of Judaism.
As the owner of Drumlins Pharmacy, Stan Meyerson began offering vitamins to his Central New York customers long before the health craze caught on. As the owner of Natur-Tyme, the 30-year-old business her father would buy and eventually make his own, Wendy Meyerson is carrying on the old man’s dream — and she’s doing it with a flair for innovation that must run in the family.
Impact Martial Arts & Fitness recently donated $3,000 to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital.
Nearly 200 runners helped honor the memory of Brian M. Place Saturday by competing in the third annual Manlius Mile races at Mill Run Park.
The third annual Manlius Mile and Bryan’s Grizzle 5K will be held Saturday, Aug. 4, at Mill Run Park in the village of Manlius. The mile run/walk starts at 9 a.m., the kids’ run/walk follows at 9:30 a.m. and the 5K kicks off at 10 a.m.
Robin Hodgskin and Anne Stack, Fayetteville-Manlius High School Class of ‘72, put their own spin on arriving in style this week.
Last week Trish Gallen took time to tell us what her classes entail, who can take them, and why offering them at the Swan Pond was an easy decision.
For 40 years, runners looking for a low-key training opportunity could get it through the “fun runs” put on by the Syracuse Chargers Track Club at Onondaga Lake Park in the summer months. Those days are gone, at least for the 2012 season. “Unfortunately, we've had to cancel the Thursday night Fun Runs at Onondaga Lake Park for the 2012 season because no one has volunteered to oversee them this season,” said Bob Heimenz, webmaster for the Syracuse Chargers, in an email to the CNY Triathlon Club. “As an all-volunteer organization, the Chargers can only do as much as our volunteer resources support.”
The Ironman 70.3 Syracuse, scheduled for June 24, has more than 1,300 athletes from more than 33 states and 16 countries registered to participate.
With expected hot temperatures heading to the area, Onondaga County Executive Mahoney and County Parks are pleased to announce they will be opening the beaches a day ahead of schedule at 11 a.m. Friday, May 25.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Central New York has awarded Crouse Hospital a grant for $44,300. The funding will be used to help increase the number of women in the community who get tested for breast cancer though community outreach programming.
The villages of Manlius and Fayetteville will host a Bike and Blade Sale at the Fayetteville Firehouse this weekend.
State health officials have banned the substance for sale in NY
Three lives in upstate New York were lost in the last year, due in part to synthetic marijuana, a drug that some say could be likened to crystal meth or cocaine.
The health department has issued a ban on the sale and distribution of synthetic marijuana.