Street Talk 12/1/17
Loretto has recently won an international award for its efforts celebrating Older Americans Month – a campaign called “Aging Out Loud”. To talk about it is Loretto Director of Marketing Julie Sheedy, Loretto resident John Bradbury and two students from Onondaga Hill Middle School Garrett Martini and Austin Townley. Loretto serves nearly 7,000 individuals each year here in Central New York. http://www.lorettocny.org
Front Row Players is a theater program for adults of abilities located right here in Syracuse and their fall production is coming up next weekend! Founder and President Deborah Cavanagh explains more about the group and the production. http://frontrowplayers.org.
If you’ve seen downtown Syracuse at night within the last week, you’ve seen the Crouse Hospital Tower lit up with some 3,000 lights. It’s the Crouse Hospital Auxiliary celebrating its third decade of this fundraiser. Board member Janet Izzo explains. http://crouse.org/lights.
Family Times is out in locations all across Central New York, free of charge. Among the local writers for the December Issue is Dietician Molly Morgan who writes about how to keep off those extra pounds during the holiday season. Molly’s article in Family Times can be found at grocery stores, doctor’s offices, schools, gyms and so many more locations throughout the month of December.