Here is the April activity calendar.
Here is the March activity calendar.
Media Advisory / Photo and Video Opportunity Upstate New York State Pinball Championships East Rochester this week East Rochester, NY.
For the first time ever in the Rochester area, the Upstate New York’s top pinball players will compete for the title of Upstate New York State Pinball Champion.
Join the Seniors on any of their trips this year.
Sunday, January 28, 2018 at Sambuca Bar & Grill 146 W Commercial St East Rochester 3:00 - 6:00 PM
Thanks to your continued generosity, the BJMF has: paid 81 youth sports registrations, sent 10 kids to the Williamsport Little League Camp & yearly sponsored a little league team since 2013!!
Winter has arrived and spring will be knocking at your front door before you know it! To help you prepare for spring, the Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District has released their Conservation Tree and Shrub species list for the spring of 2018. The District has been hosting this annual program for more than 41 years with more than 116, 760 trees, shrubs, and plants being distributed in the last 5 years alone!
2018 is upon us, and with that we would like to say Happy Holidays from the ERFD. For the past 2 years Matt Parrone (3C-12) has run our department as Chief. We would like to say thank you and a job well done. January 1st, Deputy Chief Neal Herko will take the reigns as Chief. Welcome to all the New Line and Civil officers!!
The East Rochester Alumni Foundation will be adding a Veteran’s Page to its website (erschools.org/alumni.cfm) on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2017. The purpose of this page will be to honor and thank current and former area residents who chose to serve and protect our country as members of one of our country’s Armed Services. This page will be updated regularly and will become a permanent part of our website.
This is an article by Missy Rosenberry that appeared in the Democrat & Chronicle on August 10 2017
On Saturday September 9th, Walnut Street settled and as a result the street has been closed due to safety concerns. The Department of Public Works has been working closely with Parrone Engineering, Villager Construction and Unicorn Management, who is the contractor working in the area that has settled.