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Wealth of Health: Mirror Show Management Inc.

Clever incentives are at the heart of the wellness program at Mirror Show Management, a Webster company that designs exhibits and manages trade shows.   Last November, before the company went smoke-free, employees who quit cold turkey for the Great ...

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Wealth of Health: G.W. Lisk Co. Inc.

  Given free memberships at the nearby YMCA, employees of G.W. Lisk Co. Inc. in Clifton Springs walk to the gym during lunch to work out. Others use their memberships at gyms close to home.   "Wellness is important," says ...

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LPGA Winners through the years

LPGA Championship 2011 Yani Tseng 2010 Cristie Kerr 2009 Anna Nordqvist 2008 Yani Tseng 2007 Suzann Pettersen 2006 Se Ri Pak 2005 Annika Sörenstam 2004 Annika Sörenstam 2003 Annika Sörenstam 2002 Se Ri Pak 2001 Karrie Webb 2000 Juli Inkster 1999 Juli Inkster 1998 Se Ri Pak 1997 Christa Johnson 1996 Laura Davies 1995 Kelly Robbins 1994 Laura ...

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LPGA Tournament Week Schedule

Check out the online version of the RBJ’s SPECTATOR GUIDE. Monday, June 4  7 a.m. Wegmans Pro-Am  Noon Press-Radio Luncheon Tuesday, June 5  6 a.m.  Sunrise Walk  7 a.m.  Sunrise Breakfast   Practice round  6:30 p.m.  Verizon Pro-Am   Casino Night Wednesday, June 6 ...

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New technology has changed the game

“(Ben) Hogan hit undoubtedly his finest tee shot of the match, 250 yards down the middle. Now he’s hitting a 7-iron (on his second shot from 163 yards).”   —Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf TV announcer, 1960s   One of ...

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LPGA: Information for spectators

Check out the online version of the RBJ’s SPECTATOR GUIDE. Mobile device policy Mobile devices are now allowed on the tournament grounds. However, devices must be on silent mode at all times, and calls may be placed or received only ...

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Major puts Locust Hill in spotlight

Kraig Kann, the LPGA’s chief communications officer since last August after 16 years at the Golf Channel, says Locust Hill Country Club fits the Wegmans LPGA Championship just fine.   "I think this golf course is perfectly suited to host ...

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Youth brings new energy to LPGA

If you ask a dozen people why so many young girls are getting into the game of golf these days, you’re likely to get a dozen different answers. Some will credit increased television exposure, or golf’s around-the-world popularity, or today’s ...

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Tseng stands apart but still is beatable

She’s the No. 1 golfer in the world. She’s the youngest ever-man or woman-to win five major championships. She averages the fewest shots per round on the LPGA tour and ranks in the top five in putting and driving. She’s ...

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Nine award finalists, three special honorees

SMALL COMPANY   Leann Hicks Pharos Systems International Inc. With Leann Hicks as its chief financial officer, Pharos Systems International Inc. has experienced growth in a stagnant economy.   The company ranked No. 26 on the 2011 Rochester 100 list ...

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Tops in engineering

The Rochester Engineering Society will honor leadership and excellence in local engineering this month. The society has announced the finalists and winners of its annual engineer awards. Brian Thompson, provost emeritus of the University of Rochester, was named Engineer of ...

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Engineering Society finalists love their work

ENGINEER OF THE YEAR Bruce Boncke BME Associates When civil engineer Bruce Boncke was a kid, for fun he rummaged through piles of discarded car parts at a gas station on St. Paul Boulevard in Irondequoit.   Back home he ...

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Setting new standards for nursing-home medical care

The field of geriatric care is relatively new, advancing in scope over the last couple of decades to match the aging of the baby boomer population.   Even 25 years ago, the only medical care an elder in any local ...

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A faster way to exchange medical records, images

Political parties may question whether government policies have benefited the health care industry, but Brighton-based electronic medical record retrieval company eHealth Global Technology Inc. has nimbly learned to reap benefits.   Ken Rosenfeld, president and chief technology officer, says the ...

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