The Turning Stone Resort Championship
is accepting volunteer applications for its Aug. 2 to 8 event at Atunyote Golf Club. Volun- teer positions are available in 30 areas. For more information or to apply, call 361-8190 or visit www.turningstonechampionship.com.
The second annualMiss Juneteenth Pag-
eant is looking for young women who want to vie for the title in 2010. The pageant will be held on June 18 at Spirit of Jubilee Park on South Avenue. The pageant is for women ages 15 to 19 and currently enrolled in high school who exhibit role-model qualities, intel- ligence, strength and inner beauty. The winner will take part in Juneteenth festivities on June 19 and will win a $500 model contract and a photo shoot. Applications are available at www.syracusejuneteenth.com.
Walk This Way
Interested in supporting the cystic fibrosis
community? Help raise research dollars and local awareness by joining the Cystic Fibrosis Syracuse Great Strides walk on Saturday, May 22, at the Syracuse Inner Harbor. Regis- ter yourself or your team at www.greatstrides. cff.org and then start collecting pledges. For more information, call 463-7965.
TheWestcott Street Cultural Fair seeks per-
formers for its event scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 19. The fair’s mission is to promote the sense of community among the diverse population that lives and works in the Westcott neighborhood and to increase awareness of the neighborhood as a great place to work, shop, socialize and play. Performers representing all genres of music and types of performing arts, as well as a diversity of
ethnicities and cultures, are encouraged to apply. Applications can be e-mailed to info@westcott- fair.org or mailed to: Westcott Street Cultural Fair, 826 Euclid Ave., Syracuse 13210. Deadline is May 1. For more information, visit www.west- cottfair.org or call 703-6848.
With spring comes the annual ritual
of cleaning out closets, storage areas and garages. Whatever you don’t want or need, the Rescue Mission can put to good use helping struggling individuals and families in Central New York. Donations can be dropped off at all 13 Thrifty Shopper stores, listed at www. rmsyr.org. Or call 453-7242.
Trout and About
Carpenter’s Brook Fish Hatchery would
like some volunteers to help stock fish in area streams, lakes and ponds. Onondaga County waterways are scheduled to receive nearly 70,000 trout, from late March to mid-May. Vol- unteers are needed Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays through May 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sign up by contacting the Fish Hatchery at 689-9367. Volunteers need to be at least 18, be able to lift 50 pounds and need to dress for the weather; they also need to commit for the entire day. For details, call 689-9367.
Onondaga Historical Association now
offers cell phone tours of its exhibits, as well as the history of its building. Visitors who have cell phones can call a special phone number to learn about the former Bell Telephone Company building, constructed in 1906, as well as the
exhibit Toys From Your Childhood: The Psyche-
delic Sixties!OHA is located at 321 Montgom- ery St. For more information, call 428-1864.
The Everson Museum
of Art is gearing up for its next major exhibit, Fan-
tasies and Fairy-Tales: Maxfield Parrish and the Art of the Print, by
offering advance tickets through www.everson. org. The exhibit will be on view April 29 to July 11. Visitors can pre-order tickets and avoid lines at the ticket desk. Tickets ordered before April 15 will be mailed. Tickets cost $10 for nonmembers; $8 for children younger than 18, college students, military and seniors; and $30 for a family that includes two adults and four dependents. To order, click on the “tickets” but- ton on the Everson’s home page. For more informa- tion, call 474-6067.
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