Still the events at STEPS keep on coming! We have many more lined up for the coming season. We have some exciting things going on with STEPS so read on to find out about them! As always we would love to talk with you about ideas you may have, or if you are new to STEPS point you in the right direction of groups and projects that you might like to participate in. We currently have 3 focus groups that meet ; Increasing Economic & Educational Opportunities , Improving the Physical Environment, and Improving Personal Health and Wellness. All 3 groups would welcome new members. Contact the STEPS office at (607)403-0069 or STEPSCommunity@gmail.com. If you have any news or community activities that you would like included in the next weekly update please email them to Kristin Parry at email@example.com. Information needs to be sent prior to 12 p.m. Tuesday 8/1 to be included.
Upcoming Meetings and Events for the Week of July 30th
8/2 Lodi Point Toddler Play Group
8/2 Lego Literacy Interlaken Library
8/4 Family Movie Night Interlaken Library
Fill the Bus
Local Drop Off spots at the libraries, churches, Dollar General, Kinney Drugs, Big M, Mark’s Pizzeria, American Legion.
This is a county-wide effort to collect supplies for students in need. All donations will be distributed to the school districts based on enrollment and each school determines how items will be distributed.
South Seneca News
Job Opportunities in South Seneca are here.
Romulus has a few positions open for the up coming school year. They can be found here.
Mark Your Calendar!
Details will follow closer to the events.
8/7 Personal Health and Wellness Work Group
8/9 Lodi Point Toddler Group
8/9 Lego Literacy Interlaken Library
8/16 Lodi Point Toddler Group
8/16 Fill the Bus
8/16 Lego Literacy Interlaken Library
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