Team USA Red took home a victory last weekend at the 11th Annual U.S. Open International Wheelchair Bonspiel, where they competed head-to-head against some of the best wheelchair curlers in the world.
This weekend, athletes from throughout North America will travel to Utica, N.Y. to compete in the 11th Annual U.S. Open International Wheelchair Bonspiel, one of the largest wheelchair curling competitions in the world. This event is free and open to the public.
Held this past September, the Crowley-Barnum Mohawk American Legion Post 25’s fundraiser, which featured a chicken barbecue, raffles, entertainment and more, raised $9,000 for Sitrin’s Stars and Stripes Run~Walk, the primary fundraiser for Sitrin’s Military Rehabilitation Program.
Held on Saturday, September 17, 2016, Sitrin’s 5th Annual Stars and Stripes Run~Walk, presented by Adirondack Bank, raised nearly $150,000 for Sitrin’s Military Rehabilitation Program.
Sitrin Employees: The Cornerstone of its Care
November 1 2016
Every year, the Sitrin Health Care Center honors its employees with a recognition dinner to show appreciation for the hard work and dedication put forth every day. In addition to honoring nearly 70 employees with milestone years of service at Sitrin, this year has a special meaning as it marks Sitrin’s 65th anniversary.
Utica Post 229 Sons of the American Legion (SAL) recently presented the Sitrin Health Care Center with a $2,500 check, raised through its 1st Annual Golf Tournament held in August at Valley View Country Club, to benefit Sitrin’s 5th Annual Stars and Stripes Run~Walk, the primary fundraiser for Sitrin’s Military Rehabilitation Program.
The Mohawk Valley Association of REALTORS (MVAR) recently presented the Sitrin Health Care Center with a $10,000 check for Sitrin’s Annual Stars and Stripes Run~Walk, the primary fundraiser for Sitrin’s Military Rehabilitation Program. Funds were raised through the MVAR’s 6th Annual Golf Tournament, held this past August.
The Sitrin Health Care Center was awarded a $350,000 Community Development Block Grant through Mohawk Valley EDGE. This grant was used to purchase equipment for Sitrin’s new NeuroCare Program, which recently opened for people with ALS and Huntington’s Disease. Sitrin’s expansion has also resulted in the creation of 50 new jobs in the Mohawk Valley region.
On Saturday, October 8, 2016, three incredible artists will perform on one unforgettable night at a premier concert experience that will have Utica singing “It’s Good to be Alive” all night long!
Being able to live at home while receiving the personal care from professionals and social interaction with peers is priceless as people require more help to remain independent.