Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary

The Girl Scouts of the USA was formed on March 12, 1912. It was founded by Juliette Gordon Low who organized it after meeting Robert Baden-Powell who had started the Scouting movement a few years earlier. The Girl Scouts help to teach values such as honesty, fairness, courage, compassion, character, sisterhood, confidence, and citizenship through …

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Kodak News; March 5 – 9, 2012

Leaders from the Rochester Business Alliance met in Albany on Monday with top state officials, including Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy (former Rochester Mayor). New York state has agreed to hire a consultant to study the situation of 1,200 acre Eastman Business Park (formerly Kodak Park). The consultant will study future expenses to maintain and/or upgrade …

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Top Song 50 Years Ago; #4

The fourth song to hit the top of the charts in 1962 was “Hey! Baby” by Bruce Channel. Bruce wrote the song with Margaret Cobb in 1959 and performed the song for two years before recording it. It ended up being the number one song for the week of March 11-17. It remained the number …

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WDYTYA – March 9

This week on the NBC show Who Do You Think You Are? the person investigating his family is former NFL football player Jerome Bettis. He seeks to reconnect with his mother’s side of the family in Paducah, Kentucky. The search reveals a great grandfather who stood up against a corporate giant during the Jim Crow …

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Kodak News; Feb. 27 – March 2, 2012

It has been a busy week of news from Eastman Kodak. On Monday Kodak announced that they will be asking the bankruptcy court to discontinue insurance payments for retirees over the age of 65. That will affect 16,030 current retirees. Kodak says the retirees wouldn’t lose “core health coverage” because they are Medicare eligible and …

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WDYTYA – March 2

This week on Who Do You Think You Are? Reba McEntire is discovering her roots. She wants more information on her mother’s family. First she finds out some information on her family before the Revolutionary living in North Carolina. Then she finds that her ancestor George Brassfield came to America from England in 1698 when …

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