We had many technical issues last week that were out of our control. So this newsletter is a combination of last week and this week. You can expect the next newsletter on 11/17. STEPS has many exciting things being planned for the upcoming season, many reasons to get out and enjoy the community around you. 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@s2aynetwork.org . If you have any news or community activities that you would like included in the next weekly update please email them to Lynne Doyle at email@example.com. Information needs to be sent prior to 12 p.m. Tuesday 11/15 to be included.
Upcoming Meetings and Events for the Weeks of November 6th and 13th
11/11 Ovid Community Tree Lighting at 6 p.m. in the 3 Bears Courtyard (Bring a Canned Good)
11/14 STEPS 4th Annual Thank You Dinner at 6 p.m. at Ovid Federated Church
11/16 Community Solar Meeting at 7 p.m. at the Interlaken Baptist Church
Mark Your Calendar!
Details will follow closer to the events.
11/25 Mulled Cider Workshop
11/27 Improving the Physical Environment Work Group
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STEPS Community Cooking Classes
On November 4th the STEPS community met at the Ovid Fire Department to learn how to make quick and easy 30-minute meals. Phil Butterer led the class teaching us quick and easy ways to get a healthy meal on the table.
See Flyer below for more information on our next class.
All Classes will be held at the Ovid Fire Department Community Room from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Romulus has a few positions open for the up coming school year. They can be found here.
The STEPS office and staff have new email addresses.
firstname.lastname@example.org for the office email
for Theresa Lahr
for Lynne Doyle
for Kristin Parry
for Gabe Telarico
Interlaken Community Halloween Party and Parade
The community’s annual Halloween fun! The Parade started at the Interlaken Reformed Church and ended at the Interlaken Fire Department. Many local families came out to enjoy fun, food, wagon rides, and costume prizes .
Painting for a Purpose
On Friday November 3rd, 20 community members gathered at the South Seneca Elementary School to paint flower pots. Interlaken resident Christy Wilcox of Christy’s Creations led the group in painting the pots. At a later date the children will deliver the painted pots to residents at Conifer Village. Everyone enjoyed learning new painting skills and future classes are in the planning stages.
United Way of Seneca County
United Way of Seneca County has begun their campaign. By making a donation you are able to impact local lives. For more information contact www.uwseneca.org or call 1-315-539-1135.
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