Articles ...

Im often asked to write articles and blogs on clients behalf. Below are some samples of published pieces ...

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January 21, 2018

For anyone staying home during the February school break, Ganondagan in Victor has LOTS to keep you—and your family—occupied and having fun! ...

Winter 15-18

Once upon a time, very long ago, there were three sisters who lived together in a field. These sisters were quite different from one another in their size and also in their way of dressing. One of the three was a little sister, so young that she could only crawl at first and she was dressed in green. The second of the three wore a frock of bright yellow, and she had a way of running off by herself when the sun shone and the soft wind blew in her face. The third was the eldest sister, standing always very straight and tall above the other sisters and trying to guard them. She wore a pale green shawl, and she had long yellow hair that tossed about her head in the breezes ...

July 7, 2015

In a private, secluded area off Townline and Murray Roads in Victor, Ontario County lies 100 magnificent acres of privately owned land. For 362 days a year, it is a quiet residential area. But for three days every year since 1990, this “NEIGH-borhood” transforms into an equestrian competitor’s paradise—and spectators can witness the entire competition from just feet away ...

In an unassuming white farmhouse in Western New York, a small but dedicated group is working to change the world of healthy corn consumption --one bag at a time of its precious, heirloom Iroquois white corn...

Winter 2014 - for Victor Voice, Town and Village Newsletter

This summer, a 30-year vision held by Ganondagan State Historic Site Manager Peter Jemison and the non-profit Friends of Ganondagan finally becomes a reality. In July 2015, the Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan opens, becoming a year-round interpretive facility to tell the compelling story of more than two millennia of Seneca and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) contributions to art, culture, and society ...

December 2013 - for Messenger Post

The whirlwind of holidays and end-of-the-year parties and activities trigger in many a craving for a place where we may escape, even for an hour or two, the noise and commotion of “the season.” It’s interesting to note that the words "serenity" and "peace" are associated not with the warmth of a long summer day, but more often with the crisp chill of the winter season. Somehow, standing in the woods after a snowfall inspires quiet whispers, as if nature itself were to be disturbed if we were to speak out loud ...

July 2013 - for The Paisley Pony

Agility. Endurance. Bravery. As any pony lover—breeder, spectator, or competitive rider—knows, these words aptly characterize pony capabilities. These same qualities also make for a successful eventer, says Heidi Vahue, Cosequin Stuart Horse Trials organizer

and former competitor. “Eventing is right up any pony’s alley!” ...

Ever wonder how eventing does show jumping? Make a trip this summer to the Cosequin Stuart Horse Trials and experience the similarities and differences in these athletic competitions. From July 11-14, 2013 in Victor, New York (20 minutes east of Rochester), the Stuart Horse Trials — the “extreme triathlon of equestrian sports”— will host more than 275 riders from across North America and overseas to compete in dressage, cross country, and show jumping. This annual, family-friendly event attracts approximately 15,000 cheering spectators and hundreds of volunteers ...

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Amy Blum, Mary Corcoran Photography, Gale Wolf