Cobblestone names October student of the month

Nick Turco, 24, of Penfield, is the student of the month at Cobblestone Arts Center in Farmington for October 2018.

Turco has attended the arts program designed for people with disabilities for three years. He lives with his parents and older sister, along with three dogs and two birds.

He participates in Boy Scouts and said he especially loves the Soap Box Derby. Turco’s hobbies include go-karting, playing ball and listening to music.


Victor resident re-elected county Republican chairman

The Ontario County Republican Committee recently re-elected Trisha Turner, of Victor, to her second, two-year term as chairman.

Also re-elected to two-year terms were Chris Catt, of Victor, as first vice chairman; Phil Beckley, of Geneva, as second vice chairman; and Andy Fredericksen, of Victor, as treasurer. Bonnie Ross, of Canandaigua, was elected to her first term as secretary.

Turner appointed two local residents to the executive committee: Michele Finley, town of Farmington, and Eleanor Barry, town of Victor. She also appointed Catt to chair the Ways and Means Committee and Rosalie Fafinski, of Farmington, as historian.


Allied Financial Partners accountant receives CPA license

Justin Bentley, senior accountant Tette & Ingersoll, a division of Allied Financial Partners in Victor, recently earned his certified public accountant license.

Bentley earned his Bachelor of Science in accounting at SUNY Fredonia and Master of Business Administration in public accounting at SUNY Oswego.

He joined Tette & Ingersoll in 2013, and works primarily in the firm’s audit and attestation practice. He focuses on small- to mid-sized businesses, acting as an adviser to his clients in the construction, medical and nonprofit industries.