The spirit of competition combined with unity was evident at Canandaigua’s Trolley Station Apartments during its third Annual Bean Bags and Barbecue contest.
The event began with a courtyard cookout and quickly progressed into a cornhole tournament, where local first responders teamed up with apartment residents. Notably, New York Senator Pamela Helming initiated the contest with the ceremonial first bean bag throw. As the competition continued, resident Keelyn K. and Canandaigua Firefighter Taylor Northrup clinched the first place title.
The event witnessed participation from several local agencies, including the New York State Police, Ontario County Sheriff’s Office, Canandaigua Fire Department, Canandaigua’s Emergency Squad, and the United Presbyterian Methodist Church of Canandaigua. Recognizable members of the community present at the event included State Troopers Christopher Braun and Sidney Bright, Fire Chief Frank Magnera, and Sergeant Mark Taylor from the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office.
Trolley Station Apartments expressed gratitude to various community sponsors who supported the event, including Canandaigua Quick Print, Wegmans, Staples in Geneva, and several local patrons. Those interested in learning more about the Trolley Station Apartments can visit their official website, with housing subject to Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program eligibility.
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