Sentinel’s Live Production, Hosted by Honeoye Falls’ Union Star Lodge #320 Featured Patty Marchese and Brian Donohue
More people tuned in to Union Star Lounge last Saturday night at 7:30 pm. Hosted by Honeoye Falls’ Union Star Lodge #320 of Free and Accepted Masons, the 30-minute show is “A Salute to the HF-L Class of 2020” and will run through June 27th, when it ends with an hour long “Graduation Party.” The show is broadcast live on the Sentinel’s Facebook page and YouTube Channel. Subscribe now (for free) to those channels and you’ll also be able to watch the Weekly Mayors and Supervisors Update, which airs Sundays at 1:00 pm and is hosted by Sentinel Publisher Chris Carosa.
Show host Andy Allan, who also serves as Master of Union Star Lodge #320, began the show by chatting with Patty Marchese, President of the Mendon Fire Department’s Auxiliary. She highlighted the groups successful Chicken BBQ fundraiser at Mendon 64 (see page 5 for more on this). In lauding the Fire Department’s youth organizations, she gave a shout out to graduating Explorers Cuyler Hastings from Lima Christian School and Sophie Hebert from Victor High School as well as HFL Senior and Troop 105 Eagle Scout Zack Farnam.
Brian Donohue then spoke of the great efforts of HF-L athletes and the senior class. He also talked about the upcoming online sports awards ceremony, which is scheduled for Wednesday night, June 10. He spoke of Danielle Fisk who won the Harvey Anderson award (she also earned her Girl Scout Gold Award). He mentioned wrestler Anthony Noto and golfer Claire Yioulos who have been recognized at the County and State levels. The Sentinel will report more on the HF-L Sports awards after they become public.