What keeps me busy? 3 kiddos, hubby, chickens, 100 lb "puppy" and house renovations (and I'm trying to figure out how to use an Instant Pot). My passion though is helping others and for years I did that by teaching cycle classes, working with cancer survivors and punching a boxing bag.
Art for the kids at the Ronald McDonald House – created by you.
If you have wanted to try one of those painting classes, this is your chance! Official Love, a local nonprofit, has teamed up with Art on the Go in Rochester, for a night where you can dabble in some paints and help out some kids in our area.
Paranoia at Century High School
Students at Century High School were in a bit of a panic Friday. The game "Paranoia" has started which means the kids are doing a lot of Google searching, planning new routes for classes and changing their social media profiles...all for a good cause.
Will students in Rochester start school before Labor Day?
Rochester Public Schools is looking for feedback on two calendars that are proposed for the 2018-2019 school year. One of those calendars suggests starting school before Labor Day.
Group photo time for local musicians!
If you are a local musician, check out this upcoming photo shoot featuring the talent in our area.
Elf on the Shelf – Stressful or Exciting?
Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram have something in common right now...Elf on the Shelf. Does the Elf stress you out or is this an exciting adventure at your house?
Two Events & One Cause – International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Two upcoming events are helping our community show support, ask questions and even do some hands-on activities that will help all of us learn more about each other; the International Day of Persons with Disabilities event and a public forum with SEMCIL.
Top tips to get over a cold
Cold & flu season is here! We gathered your suggestions on the Top 10 tips to get over a cold.
Quarry Hill Nature Art Show & Sale
Quarry Hill Nature Center Art Show & Sale showcases artists inspired by nature.
Clothed in Kindness benefits homeless kids in the area
Local 10th graders, Kaylie Brase and Sidney Williams, decided that something needed to be done to make sure that homeless kids in our community stayed warm this winter.
Gentle Wings, a new nonprofit in the Rochester area, provides keepsakes for families with children that are terminally ill.