Eagle Harbor church donates to recovery outreach center

Staff Reports Posted 4 June 2019 at 8:01 am

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EAGLE HARBOR – The Eagle Harbor United Methodist Church on Sunday donated $1,000 to the ROCovery FITness Outreach Center. Pastor Susan Boring, left, and Kyle Syck announce the church’s donation to the Rochester organization.

The donation came from the mission money that was collected as a part of the church’s Lenten journey this spring.

ROCovery FITness on Dewey Avenue is a “sober active community center.” The programs are free and open to anyone with 48 hours of continuous sobriety.

The center offers services ranging from running, body conditioning, weight lifting, cycling, hiking, yoga, meditation, planned trips, social events and other activities for people recovering from addiction in Western New York.

ROCovery FITness also offers peer support and connections to treatment/community resources.

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