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Honeoye Falls weekly times. (Honeoye Falls, N.Y.) 1987-1989, May 21, 1987, Image 5

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LT. COL. DUNCAN W. 0 'DWYER RECEIVES MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL . Ll Col. Duncan W. O'Dwyer, a Pittsford resident, recently received from Brigadier General Dean L. Linscou, Commanding General of the 98th Division Training, the Meritorious Service Medal marking the conclusion of four years of service as the Staff Judge Advocate of the Division. The 98th Division has 17 legal officers throughout the State of New York, and O'Dwyer has been responsible for coordinating their legal activities as well as acting as the Chief Legal Advisor to the Division Commander. Col. O'Dwyer has been assigned to the office of the Staff Judge Advocate, HQ, First U.S. Army and will assume his duties in FI. George G. Meade, MD shortly. Additionally, Col. O'Dwyer was recently selected as an official member of the United States Delegation ot the 40th CIOR Congress which will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark from July 26 to 31. The CI0R is a confederation of Reserve Officer Associations founded in November of 1948 and has representation from all NATO countries except Iceland, Portugal, Spain and Turkey. During the Congress, the Delegates to the Conference will attend mcetings with the Danish Minister of Defense, mect with the U.S. Ambassador to Denmark and interact with the Danish Reserve Officers. O'Dwyer has previously served as assistant Staff Judge Advocate for policy and litigation, office of the Staff Judge Advocate, HQ, First U.S. Army, and has been attached to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point as a liaison officer. O'Dwyer is a graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, the Command and National Defense Medal, the General Staff College, the Armed Forces Reserve Medal and Reserve Components National the Army Service Ribbon. Security Course and the Military Professionally, Judge Course. He holds the O'Dwyer is a partner with the Meritorious Service Medal, the law fIrm Forsyth, Howe, Army Commendation Medal O'Dwyer & Kiley, P.C. which with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Army maintains its principle office at Reserve Components 1600 Midtown Tower, Achievement Medal, the Rochester. Christian Nursery School Reorganizing The Lutheran Church of fmancial control system. tile Epiphany in East Avon has Tuition and other fees recently announced the are assessed to meet only the reorganization and restructuring basic operating costs of the of its Christian Nursery School school. Children are exposed to in their efforts to upgrade the growth and education in a Early Childhood Education Christian setting. The program program. Shortly after the is designed to provide nurturing organization of the congregation of young children in the areas of in 1963, the parish established a spiritual, moral, emotional, nursery school for members and physical and social experiences. families in the community A new addition to the curriculum which provided basic instruction is exposure to music and for young children as they looked appreciation of the arts. forward to entering kindergarten. In the updated In order to enhance the curriculum, the Day School Staff curriculum and upgrade the will concentrate with working program, the congregation in with four and fIve-ycar-olds on cooperation with the Eastern Mondays, Wednesdays and District of the Lutheran Church- Fridays. Three-ycar-olds will Missouri Synod and its Early have their class on Tuesdays and Childhood Education Division, Thurdays. A certified Lutheran made several key changes. teacher will be in charge of all Epiphany Congregation instuction with the assistance of announced the new name of its an aide. The curriculum for the program to replace The Christian new term will include a Nursery School as it was background in Christian formerly known. Now the experiences, individual auention, pr~gram continues as the activities in art, music, science, Epiphany Lutheran Day School, field trips and indoor and outdoor serving families with children play on the parish playground. from tJuee I? five years of age. Epiphany Lutheran Day Epiphany Lutheran Day School is now receiving School will be responsible to the registrations for the Fall Term congregation's assembly through which begins the second week in the Parish Board of Christian September. . Registration Education.Theindependentboard information is available by of control has been abolished and calling 226-2200 or writing the all budgeting and fmancial Church office at 6050 Avon- functions now reside as a part of Lima Rd., East Avon, NY the congregation's internal 14414. MARKUS PARK S -· U~ I\Mi rM; > rEi IR· \ l.~, ~~, MEMBERSHIP 183 Quaker Meeting House Road June 21st .. Sept. 7th -- 2 large pools -- -- Children's Playground -- -- Picnic Area - -- Tennis Courts -..; Family ..... $145.00 Single ...... $.~5.00 Call 461 .. 2000 ~ :-~.~ for additional information. THURSDAY, MAY 21,.1987 PageS SUTTON - COLLINS VVED\ON APRIL 11 ~ MRS. CARY OWEN SUTTON Mary Paula Collins and Dr. Cary Owen Sutton were united in marriage in a ceremony at the Catholic Church of the Little Flower in Hollywood, Fl., on April 11, 1987. Father Francis McCarthy officiated at the service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Collins of East SI. in Honeoye Falls. The groom is the son of Mrs. Helen Sutton of Hollywood, Fl. Katie Collins, sister of the bride, served as the Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Sarah Comerford, Kerry Otis, Debby Martin, Diane Rathbun and Kathy Rathbun. Darcy Sullon, niece of the groom, was the Flower Girl. The groom's brother, Roger Sutton, served as Best Man. Ushers were Sean Sutton, Kenyon Sutton, Stan Schwartz and Ron Martin. Following the ceremony, a reception for family and friends was held at the Howard Johnson's Beach Resort in Hollywood Beach. Out-of-town guests attended from Virginia, Colorado and New York State. The groom graduated and received his doctorate from the University of Tennessee. The bride attended Nazareth College. A wedding trip to the Bahamas was planned. ~LilliiEEiiillmll:55!!ElLillli!E!iil&lj 11!Ie;;:;;;;;a&le5liii5lli)j \ THE CHURCHES OF HONEOYE FALLS &- MENDON WELCOME YOU ~ 1!1 FIRST UNITED '\ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH ~. ill NORTIl MAIN STREET. HONEOYE FALLS CORNER OF EAST. CHURCH STREETS. Jlrlhur C. Guild. Poslor Dr. ~~~~~8~;:O~~~slor , to:30 a.m.-Morning Worship I Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Sunday School I'\ 9:30 •. m.-Youna people. Adull. 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m.-Nursery 10 groda ~ Nursery Core Provided • Phone: 824-2160 Phone: 824-3387 or 824-3257 ~ EPlsg~Jf~RCH PRESB=~~URCH I i9~ II EPISCOPAL AVE:. HONEOYE FALLS kUSH MENDON ROADjROlITE 2~1) 1!I ' ,UST WEST OF ROlITE 64 ~ 824-4074 or 824-9355 10:3U- THE LORD'S DAY SERVICE , 8:00 and 10:30 services Children's Sermon 1!I Nursery and Sunday School i)O:OO •. m. durIng luly' Augustl ~ The Rev. Miriam Owen •. Rector 824'145/~e~~:;;:; (~:U anytime) m', W ST. MARK'S ST. PAUL OF TIlE CROSS m ~ LUTHERAN CHURCH CA mOLic CHURCH ~ii1 10 VICroR MENDON RD. 29 MONROE STREET HONEOYE rALLS I ON RT. 251 EAST OF RT. 64 Tha R8v. Otto I' Vogt. Pastor 1!I 8:30-Worship Service Masses: r\~W\\hIP S\.i~ S\ 5>m., ' 9:45-Educuhonal hour. [or ages 3-up Sundays 8 B.m. and 10:30 n.m. ~ 624-1766 Pltone: 824-1443 \'I UlI' 1li)1Ei5liiiiI1iI1liii5i5IIiIGi!!E!5ilIiIIliii5i5Ili)E!5EIilIlm I ,. '.' .' , \ . '.::-;.--;-: ..•. : ... '... ,. \'. '<''''~:-:':j

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