Say 'Thanks' on Patch — But Don't Put Us in the Oven

Express your gratitude to a special person, organization or the community by posting your tribute right here on Rochester Patch.

It's time to say thank-you.

Who are you thankful for in the community? Has someone touched your life in a special way? Have you been impressed by the way an organization is contributing to Rochester? Does your organization have sponsors or volunteers to thank? 

Let's start a virtual "thank-you" note right here. Post a comment and let us know who you're thankful for.

Jill Marewski November 20, 2012 at 04:33 PM
We are thankful for all of our Patch friends, neighbors, and strangers who have helped us during this very challenging year for our family. The diaper and formula drive was such a wonderful and thoughtful surprise and so very much appreciated. To all of you who have kept us in your prayers after reading our story, WE THANK YOU!!! The Marewski Family (triplet girls born in January 2012)
Paul Haig November 20, 2012 at 04:37 PM
We are truly blessed to live and work in such a wonderful community! All of us at Haig's of Rochester Fine Jewelry & Objects of Art are thankful for our many friends, neighbors and clients who have supported our downtown for many many years. We are also thankful Main Street is reopening and that we'll soon be celebrating with thousands during Lagniappe and the Big Bright Light Show! Happy Thanksgiving!
Meredith McCutcheon November 20, 2012 at 05:07 PM
Ginger's Getaways is thankful for all of the support and well-wishes that we have received from our community, clients, and friends as we start our local business venture in the travel industry.
Joshua Raymond November 21, 2012 at 02:34 AM
We are grateful for the teachers and principal at Long Meadow who have a commitment for every child to learn, create great working relationships with parents, and have a dedication to making a great school even better.


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