On May 24th, Carbone Dodge of Yorkville helped Roscoe Conkling raise $880 at a “Drive for the Kids” fundraising event held during the school’s Teachers Day. This money will be used for Utica and Yorkville students.
After 40 years, tourists can now take pictures inside the White House. First Lady Michelle Obama lifted the ban on cameras and photos during White House public tours. Visitors are now able to take photos and keep those memories for a lifetime.
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