STEPS Weekly Update
December 15, 2017We hope you enjoy reading about what’s been happening in the STEPS Neighborhood and join us for future events and activities. Contact the STEPS office at (607) 403-0069 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get involved. If you have any news or community activities that you would like included in next week’s update, please email the information to Lynne Doyle at email@example.com. by 12 p.m. Tuesday 12/19 to be included. Have a great week!
Events for the week
of December 17th 12/16 Maple Syrup class, 9 am -Noon Edith B. Ford Library, Ovid
12/16 Tree Lighting-6 pm NEW LOCATION: Interlaken Town Hall
12/19 South Seneca Elementary Holiday Concert-7 pm
Mark Your Calendar!
*1/8 Improving Personal Health & Wellness meeting; 10 am
*1/13 Freezer Safety class; 10 am
*1/13 Duke’s Ball; 5:30 pm
*1/16 STEPS Risers; 6:30 pm
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.
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
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