It's Monday: Tell Us Something Good, Rochester ...
We're starting out our week on a happy note; share your good news here.
There's no lack of unhappy news in the world.
But there's plenty of happiness around Rochester.
Good news isn't hard to find. Here is some recently reported good news to get you started; share your own good news in a comment attached to this story:
- Diver is tops: Rochester High School senior Lauren Reedy earned first place in diving Saturday at the 2011 MHSAA Girls Division 1 Swim & Dive Championships. Great job, Lauren!
- Fundraising for hunger: The Rochester Area Neighborhood House announced that its recent Scare Away Hunger event at Rochester Municipal Park raised $18,000. More than 270 walkers and runners participated in the event. What a great way to raise money for a cause.
- Robotics in first: The combined robotics team from Adams and Stoney Creek high schools recently placed first at an Oakland County robotics tournament. We can't wait to hear what they do next!
- $1,000 for mammograms: The Women's Fund, a division of the Community Foundation of Greater Rochester, donated $1,000 to fund a mammogram program for low-income women in Oakland County. Keep up the good work.
- College hoops: Rochester High School senior Taylor Perry has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Western Michigan University. Good luck, Taylor.