|Date of Publication Date (Descending) Date (Ascending)||Page|
|Bienvenida celebration to welcome farm workers to area planned||June 21, 2001||p2A|
|Bienvenida, welcoming migrant farmworkers||June 20, 2002||p2A|
|Brockport Migrant Education Project announces sponsorship of summer food service program for migrant children||June 14, 2001||p4A|
|Brockport welcomes farm workers with the annual Bienvenida celebration (Letter)||July 5, 2001||p9A|
|Brocport-area migrants and their advocates campaign for fair labor laws and the same rights as other workers||April 6, 2000||p1A/10A|
|Businesses benefit from migrant spending||August 5, 2004||p8A|
|For many families, economic troubles lead them to work on the farms of Monroe County||August 5, 2004||p1A|
|Funds sought for banners to welcome migrants (Letter)||December 2, 2004||p16A|
|Great welcoming of farm workers (Letter)||July 13, 2000||p11A|
|Growing number of migrant workers coming to Brockport to look for temporary work and are deciding to settle permanently in area||September 16, 2004||p11A|
Memorial Day: "To The Boys In Service"
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