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Hello June!

Week of June 2, 2019

What’s Happening: Whew! May was a busy month, but we loved it! We're looking forward to what June holds.

June is Pride Month. Rochester has been recognized as one of the most LBGTQ+ welcoming cities in the US, but there is always more that we can do as a community. Learn more at

Fun Holidays this Week:

June 3: National Repeat Day - Have a great day! Have a great day!

June 4: National Cheese Day - From breakfast to late night snack, this is a day to enjoy ample amounts of a wide variety of cheeses.

June 6: National Gardening Exercise Day - Everyone knows gardening is therapeutic. It's good for the mind, body, and soul. Today gives us an opportunity to go out and burn off calories and have fun doing it.

June 8: Best Friends Day – Meet for lunch or just chat on the phone with your BFF today.

Hydration Recipe

Keeping hydrated is an important part of staying healthy. Water promotes cardiovascular health, keeps your body cool, helps muscles and joints work better and keeps skin supple. Here is this week’s hydration recipe:

Strawberry Lemon Water


15 strawberries, sliced

1 lemon, sliced



Like strawberry lemonade, but better! Add 15 fresh strawberries, washed and finely sliced to a pitcher. Add one sliced lemon with the rind on. Fill with water. Let sit 4 hours (to overnight) in the fridge and enjoy.

National Gardening Week

The first week of June is National Gardening Week. It’s both a celebration, and an educational opportunity. National Gardening Week celebrates one of America's most popular hobbies. Tens of millions of Americans, young and old alike, grow a garden of some size. This week is a great opportunity to get out into your garden and tend to it, along with enjoying your garden's peacefulness and beauty. Regardless of whether your garden is big or small, show it off to family and gardening friends.

After all that gardening, your muscles might be hurting, so make sure to book your massage!

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