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Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Tuesday, 1/11/22 -- 6.8° at 1:20 PM -- 10.3° at 3:33 PM:
News Briefs

HAVE YOU RESERVED your Wednesday Meatloaf Dinner from Asbury yet? (See "Prime Notes" above.)

SILVER LAKE INSTITUTE'S SUMMER PROGRAMS including the Silver Lake Experience are in full swing preparations. Friday Evening Concerts will be held outside at the Big Blue Dock with a new start time of 7:00 pm. Other outdoor opportunities are being planned for those who wish to maintain social distancing.

GCC TO START NEW SOLAR PROGRAM after two years of preparation -- 
Class will meet for the first time in the fall as Genesee Community College launches its new Solar Electric Technician to give students a path to an associate’s degree and some more career possibilities. GCC says the courses provide foundational knowledge in safety, tools, testing equipment and hands-on learning for employment in residential and/or commercial solar installation as well as for the “do-it-yourself” individual. The career possibilities include residential solar panel installer, commercial solar grid installer, RV and solar package installer, solar sales and solar electric maintenance and troubleshooting. Students who want to continue their education can apply all SUNY general education credits to SUNY four-year colleges Registrations starts April 1.

A COVID-19 COMMUNITY TESTING SITE is scheduled to open Tuesday at SUNY Geneseo, part of a second round of COVID-19 testing sites opened on State University of New York campuses across the state. A site at SUNY Brockport is scheduled to open Thursday. Sites have already opened at the state University at Buffalo, Buffalo State College, and Genesee Community College’s Albion Campus Center, 456 West Ave., Albion. The sites are opening as record numbers of COVID tests have caused hours-long wait times to get a nasal swab test, backlogging results for several days. The Geneseo site will be located in Sturges Hall, 1 College Circle. Appointments may be made at this link, https://tinyurl.com/mrykeu4w. The Brockport site will be located in Mortimer Hall, Holly Street. Appoints may be made at https://tinyurl.com/32kvyfjt

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