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Audition dates for Penfield Players' spring show announced

Audition dates have been announced for the Penfield Players' spring show, "The Villain Took a Chip Shot," by Craig Sodaro.
Director Debbie Barsel will hold auditions on Monday, March 4 and Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. at the Penfield Community Center. Roles are available for four men and 10 females of all ages.
The story follows the character Gloria Greenfee, who inherits the Greenfee Lodge along with a debt from her uncle that she can’t pay back. A scheme is hatched to convert the lodge into a resort for golf, the new sport that's sweeping the nation.

But there's a storm cloud looming! Villainous Nash T. Sandtrappe arrives with a map showing a vein of gold that runs under the lodge. Will the hero hit a hole-in-one with our lovely heroine, or will the villain send everyone to the caddyshack?

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Free swimming at Webster Aquatic Center on Tuesday and Thursday during February Break

Webster School District residents are invited to swim and splash for free at the Webster Aquatic Center on Tuesday February 19 and Thursday February 21 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. 

Nonresidents are also welcome to visit with the purchase of a day-pass ($4 student; $6 adult).

All children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the building and in the water unless the child is an independent swimmer. Shallow end and deep end tests are required.

For more information, call 670-1087.

Tri-County and Webster Youth Hockey teams to hold fundraiser for West Webster Fire Dept.

The Tri-County Youth Hockey and the Webster Youth Hockey are holding a fundraiser on Saturday for the West Webster Fire Department

Fire and Ice Bantam Exhibition game between the Tri-County Golden Eagles and the Webster Cyclones will be held Saturday February 9 at 1:40 p.m. at The College at Brockport's Tuttle Arena. All proceeds will go to the West Webster Volunteer Fireman’s Association. The suggested donation is $8 for adults and $4 for kids. There will also be 50 / 50 Raffle and a Chuck-a-Puck Competition.




Webster church is screening documentary on transgender issues

The United Church of Christ, Congregational, 570 Klem Road Webster, is offering a screening of “Trans,” a movie on transgender issues, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, February 5.

The community is welcome, but those 18 years old and under must be accompanied by parent.

“Trans” is a documentary feature about men and women, and all variations in between.

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Charles Finney School celebrates Purple Day today

The Charles Finney School  in Penfield is celebrating Purple Day today.

Students and faculty will be sporting purple and Ravens gear during the school day in support of their School President and Principal, Michael VanLeeuwen or “Mr. V” who is the ultimate Baltimore Ravens fan.

Mr. VanLeeuwen is from the Baltimore area where everyone wears purple on game day. Mr. V is so excited about the Super Bowl he challenged the student body and faculty to wear purple.

What Mr. V doesn’t know is that the students have also turned “Purple Day” into “Mr. V Appreciation Day”. Students and faculty are wearing purple, making purple cards, decorating with banners and balloons, and showing a special video to honor Mr. V during a school assembly at 1:15pm.

Webster parents, community members invited to meeting on full day kindergarten

Webster parents and community members are invited to attend a meeting to assist in creating a language around the district's vision for its new, full day kindergarten program, starting this fall.

Hosted by the Webster School District's Full Day Kindergarten Advisory Committee, the gathering will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 6, in the library at the district's Plank Road South Elementary School, 715 Plank Road, Webster.

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