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Melissa's Legacy: Teens Living with Cancer

In April of 1998, Melissa Marie Sengbusch was a vibrant, ambitious 17-year-old high school senior, but everything changed when she was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome, a rare form of Leukemia. more »

Ages 12-17: Teens and Tweens

Gaming for a Cause

Is there a way to combine video games with fundraising for hospitalized children? Jeromy “Doc” Adams, founder of Extra Life, a 24-hour video game marathon launched with the support of the Sarcastic Gamer’s Community in 2008, says there is... more »

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Movie Review - The Boxtrolls

A young orphaned boy raised by underground cave-dwelling trash collectors tries to save his adopted family from an evil exterminator. Will he succeed? more »


Geva Theatre Center on the Lookout for the next ‘Tiny Tim’

Geva is seeking children who are 3’8” to 3’11” tall to play the youngest Cratchit child. Two children will share the role, alternating performances. Rehearsals will start on November 8 and performances begin on November 26. more »

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Experience Fall Foliage around the Finger Lakes

The wide variety of trees in the Finger Lakes are beginning to change color and soon locals, students, and tourists will be offered the opportunity to experience the beauty of the area firsthand. .... more »

Seasonal Fun Ideas

6 Places to go Apple Picking

With fall coming up, now is the time to take the family apple picking! The whole family will love the gorgeous trees in full bloom with ripe fruit ready to pick and maybe to snack on along the fun journey! more »

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