Happy New Year! There are many exciting activities and projects happening in the STEPS Neighborhood this winter. Contact the STEPS office at (607) 403-0069 or email@example.com for more information on how to get involved. If you live, work, learn or play in the towns of Covert, Lodi, Ovid or Romulus, you are part of STEPS and we’d like to hear your ideas for community improvement projects. Any news or community activities that you would like included in next week’s update? Please email the information to Lynne Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org. by 12 p.m. Tuesday 1/9/18 to be included. Have a great week!
First day 2018 walks provide hikers with a way to celebrate the outdoors in state parks across the state. This is beautiful Taughannock Falls in Trumansburg, NY.
Events for the week
of January 7th
1/8 Improving Personal Health & Wellness meeting; 10 am
2233 E. Seneca St., Ovid
1/13 Freezer Safety class, 10 am
Ovid Fire House Community Room
A light meal will be served.
1/13 Dukes Ball–see flyer below for information about this event
Mark Your Calendar!
*1/16 STEPS Risers; 6:30 pm
Interlaken Reformed Church
8315 N. Main Street
1/22 Improving the Physical Environment work group meeting
6:30 pm, Elizabeth Garnsey Delavan Library, Lodi
STEPS has three groups that meet regularly to plan neighborhood events and activities and advocate for community health. If you live, work, learn or play in the towns of Covert, Lodi, Ovid or Romulus you are part of STEPS and we would love to have you join us! Have an idea for Improving the Physical Environment, Increasing Economic & Educational Opportunities and/or Improving Personal health & Wellness? We want to hear from you.
for the office email
for Theresa Lahr,
for Lynne Doyle,
Community Engagement Specialist
for Kristin Parry,
Outreach & Media Specialist
for Gabe Telarico,
Community Business Mentor
Local Assistance Programs
If you find yourself or your family in need of assistance here are links to information about programs that might be able to provide you with assistance.
Any image in our weekly emails can be right clicked on to enlarge that particular image or it can then be printed to full size. For those members interested in printing the weekly news, if you click on the top right of the email where it says “view in browser” it will print as shown and not use an large amount of paper. And as with any document or website, if the font or item is too small to read you can always zoom in your browser.
(In Google Chrome you click on the three dots to the right of the address bar and select zoom)
(In Internet Explorer you click the gear to the right of the address bar and select zoom)