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# of Wayne County ^ 1 im e siixT R A Proudly serving all of Wayne County In-Print and Online at waynetimes.com V o lum es, #13 | The Times of Wayne County - TIMESEXTRA Rotary Rocks almyra-Macedon Rotari- ■ ^ ^ a n , Cortney Surline, start- ■ ^ P e d ROTARY ROCKS! as a project in honor of Ca- I leb Bagshaw, child of her H friends Jenny and J. R. Bagshaw. Club President Cindy Surline and lo­ cal resident Steve Behlke assisted in re­ furbishing rocking chairs for the Neona­ tal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Strong Hospital. For safety reasons, parents of children in the NICU are not allowed to hold a child unless seated. This project began because Cortney learned that there were not enough rocking chairs available in the NICU for parents and family mem­ bers of the children that were being taken care of in the NICU. More rocking chairs are needed as the project will continue providing rock­ ing chairs to other child centers in need. Donations of rocking chairs or financial assistance to help cover costs may be di­ rected to Palmyra-Macedon Rotary. Cor­ tney can be reached at (315) 945-0666. Steve Behlkey Cortney Surliney and Cindy Surline delivering rockers to Strong’s NICU. Marion High School Valedictorian/Salutatorian named Amy Zeller Amy Zeller, daughter of Scott and Ju­ lie Zeller, has been named the Valedicto­ rian for the Marion Senior High Class of 2011. Amy has earned this distinction by accumulating an overall academic aver­ age of 97.741. In addition to completing her four years of high school with the top average in a class of 67 students, Amy is an extremely active school citizen. She is a selected member of the National Honor Society and has been the secretary for last two years; she is the secretary of the Senior Class and Varsity Club as well as a member of Student Council. Amy has been a member of the girl’s basket­ ball and tennis teams all four years of her high school career. She also spends of great deal of her time volunteering. She has volunteered at Lollipop Farms and the Linus Program, and she has partici­ pated in the cancer walk. She currently volunteers at the Marion Town Library in a literacy program she started called Books and Bites. Amy has received many different athletic awards and was Marion’s representative for Girl’s State. With all that Amy is involved with, she Jason Saxton also holds down a part-time job. Amy plans on attending Rochester Institute of Technology majoring in Bio­ medical Engineering. Jason Saxton, son of Lynn and Linda Saxton, has been named the Salutato- rian of the Class of 2011 at Marion Jr/ Sr High School. Jason has earned this honor by accumulating an overall aca­ demic average of 95.563 over four years of study. Jason is a selected member of the National Honor Society, a member of marching band and jazz ensemble and has also been a member of the Light­ ing stage crew for the annual musical for the last four years. Jason is and has participated in X-country and track and is an avid skier. He works part-time at the Branding Ski Resort. Jason was also the recipient for the University of Roch­ ester’s Bausch & Lomb Science award which honors students who excel in sci­ ence and the Clarkson University Lead­ ership Award. Jason plans on attending Clarkson University majoring in Engineering Studies. Rockstar Superstar Project in Marion Super Star from ROCKSTAR SU­ PERSTAR PROJECT is back in his hometown area sharing a message of hope and inspiration! This community event is being held on Monday, May 16th at 7PM at the Marion Jr. Sr. High School on Warner Road in Marion. It is FREE and open to the public The Rockstar Su­ perstar Project promotes sobriety and responsible choices and dream catching! www.rockstarsuperstarproject.com ROCKSTAR SUPERSTAR PROJ­ ECT was founded by twin brothers who are originally from Marion, New York — Rock Star (aka Marc Kancler) and Super Star (aka Kris Kancler). Yes, they legally changed their names to support the belief that this topic needs more recognition. RSSS is on a mission to rebrand sobriety by creating opportunities for others to engage in those necessary conversations about the impact of substance use. While one was struggling with a drug addic­ tion that nearly killed him, the other was struggling with what to do about it. This was the dynamic between Super Star and Rock Star for nearly 18 years. Their story is about twin brothers finally find­ ing serenity through sobriety and making responsible choices. The brothers set out to write and re­ cord songs for their CD “Serenity “to convey the horror of addiction and the beauty of sobriety. Some of the musical guests involved with Serenity include musicians from KISS, Heart, Goo Goo Dolls, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and more, h sobriety and making responsible choices. Everyone deserves to learn the tools to be the best they can be and to realize their dreams. RSSS is committed to conveying this message especially to America’s youth. Come on out and show your sup­ port by attending the community event on May 16th at 7PM at Marion High School! For more information email questions@rsssworldwide.com or call 315-332-1013. Thursday May 12, 2011 W hat's News Attention All Youth! Grandslam Youth Derby's 14th Year Everything is set for another phe­ nomenal fishing season in Wayne County. The only ingredient for a great time is some young anglers. Now is the time to register for the annual Grand­ slam Youth Derby. Last year we had a record number of youngsters (97) reg­ istered for the contest. Here’s how the derby works. The Merchants Challenge Division re­ quires anglers to catch the five species of warm water fish; pike, perch, wall­ eye, largemouth, and smallmouth bass. After qualifying they can add to their total weight by registering larger spe­ cies. The GrandSlam Division species are; chinook, coho, steelhead, brown, and lake trout. The Species Challenge allows anglers to enter any one of the ten species. No qualifying is necessary in the Species Division. To enter the Youth Division, a child must be between the ages of 4-16, at the time of registration. There will be two age categories - Youth ages 4-7 & ages 8-16. Entry fee is $5.00. The only change for this year’s con­ test is that fish may be punched by the weighmaster at the time of weigh-in. The event kicked-off May 7th and continues through August 17th. Reg­ istration forms are available at all bait and tackle shops in Wayne County. The county web page fists the com­ plete rules and regulations and will feature a continuing leader board dur­ ing the entire derby. Check out www. waynecountytourism.com for more information or call Wayne County Tourism at 1-800-527-6510. W hat's Inside: NEWSBRIEFS Birds & Birding Display at Lyons Public Library ............... Page 3 TESTDRIVE 2011 Scion tC .............. Page 6 News Briefs ................... Page 3 Health & Living ........... Page 5 Test Drive ....................... Page 6 Law & Order .................. Page 7 Nascar ............................ Page 8 Obituaries ...................... Page 10 Classifieds ..................... Page 11

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