Meet Cynthia Slavens

By: Amari D. Pollard Photos: Courtesy Pixar In order to understand Cynthia Slavens, you have to think back to Saturday mornings. When the smell of grinding coffee beans wrapped around your nose and bacon crackled …

Get Back to Basics

By: Mary McCandless Here it is June. Soon, schools will end for the summer, and the kids will get ready to put the books and teachers behind them. Well, for at least a couple of …

Kids and Veggies = Recipe for Success

By:  Stefanie Heath One of the biggest challenges’ parents face is helping to ensure that their children develop healthy eating habits. In this day and age, of convenience and fast food, it’s easy for kids …

Going Places

By: Amari D. Pollard She opens the door to her house, which often serves as the headquarters of Going Places Transportation, with her Bluetooth hooked to one ear as she speaks to the person on …

Meet Terry Lynn Cameron

By: Audrey Levinson Very often the passion for creating is not only to create a visual delectation but to be surprised by the process. The feeling is magical, like the scene in A Christmas Story, …

I Should Have Known!

By: Mary Ann Pierce, CLU I met with a wonderful group last week, to talk about Investment Basics. This group was a mix of people from all ages, from different backgrounds and varying professions. Every …

Marci Erlebacher

Promoting and strengthening values in our community through proven leadership. By: Kristen Penfield PHOTO: Alec Erlebacher Growing up in the foothills of the Catskills, Erlebacher and her family felt a sense of belonging…but, a bit …

One Word Can Have Two Meanings!

By: Mary McCandless If we look back in history, I mean really far back to the ancient philosophers many of what we believe and have developed came from them. Here were a bunch of guys …