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Rooftop Newsletter: The Power of One

We’ve been fighting senior hunger as an organization for many years. And I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to be involved for about ten of those years. Unfortunately, as I look back, many of tho…
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Rooftops Newsletter: Can Ruben Count on You?

Ruben once served bravely for our country, surrounded by his brothers and sisters in arms. Now, at 101 years old, he is homebound, living alone – his only company the fading memories of his fellow …
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VINES Community Garden Coming to East Side of Binghamton and Volunteers Needed

Binghamton, NY - VINES will bring a community garden to the East Side of Binghamton, as part of its’ 20 Gardens by 2020 Campaign. This garden project has been submitted to VINES through their Communi…
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Binghamton Children's Choir: Call for Singers!

The Binghamton Children’s Choir is accepting new singers for the upcoming October – December session, which begins on Tuesday, October 16th. Participants will have the chance to sing, dance, play sim…
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15th Annual Playwrights And Artists Festival

Each year we take three works of art and ask writers to write a play as they are moved or inspired by the artwork. We blind-read the submissions, select the best and produce them. The art is exhibite…
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Rooftops Newsletter: More of a Good Thing

From time to time in the past, we used this space to report on the progress of the first nine congregate nutrition programs (CNPs) in Georgia that participated in NFESH’s What A Waste program. The re…
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VINES Green Thumb Educational Series Announcement

The Green Thumb Workshop Series is VINES’ commitment to providing free, quality education in a variety of gardening and food-related topics. Subjects this fall include canning, vermi-composting, and …
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Rooftops Newsletter: You Can Go Home Again

Over the past year or so, we have been writing about new tools that NFESH has developed and deployed as part of our What A Waste and REACH projects. These tools are about discovery. NFESH cannot help…
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How to Catch Really Big Fish with Kids

When it comes to fishing with kids, conventional wisdom says to find a place where they can catch any fish with a high level of frequency and you’ll make a fisherman for life. That’s true. Fast-actio…
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Binghamton Children's Choir: Call for Singers!

The Binghamton Children’s Choir has openings for singers aged 7-12 years to sing the national anthem at NYSEG stadium on Sunday, August 19th. Rehearsals for the performance will be held on Tuesday, A…
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Paddling With Your Kids Paddling With Your Kids - How to Get Started Paddling

Whether you head out for a day across the bay or a jaunt into the wilds for a week-long adventure, paddling is one of the best outdoor activities you can do with your kids. Add water to your children…
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56th Annual Binghamton July Fest and Music and Jazz Festival

July Fest is a 56 year tradition that attracts people from all over the east coast to enjoy three days of quality arts and crafts, food, music, antique cars, our Parlor City 5k Run, and a Kidz Art Zo…
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5 Easy Ways To Save Money On Gas This Summer

Fuel prices are a lot like the weather: Lots of folks talk about them, but there’s not much you can do about them. The price at the pump fluctuates for so many reasons, from political instability ove…
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How To Choose The Best Times To Fish

The best time to go fishing is whenever you can. While that old maxim has merit and speaks to the value of fishing just for the fun of it, there are times during the day, month and year when it seems…
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This Year's Best Luxury Camping Items For Spring And Summer

Picture this camping scene: you wake up from a night sleeping peacefully under the stars and reach for a cup of joe, but instead of cowboy coffee, you’re greeted by the aroma of freshly brewed espres…
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