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    New Pavilion Officially Open

    On May 29, 2015, surrounded by residents, staff, and local elected officials, Supervisor Reilich officially cut the ribbon on the new pavilion at Town Hall. This project was made possible through grant funding secured by Senator Joe...

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  • Putnam Youth Hockey Award winners Jake Bellavia and Josh Opladen with their coaches Andy Rice and Chuck Dossier.
    Awards Program Honors Local Hockey Players

    Tyler Putnam Foundation Supports Youth Hockey Dreams Tyler  Putnam’s  dream  was  to  play  for  his  high  school  hockey  team,  junior  hockey, Division I hockey and ultimately professional hockey. Tyler was able to realize two of those dreams,...

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    Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Town Pavilion

    You are invited to attend the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new Pavilion at Greece Town Hall. WHAT: Ribbon cutting for new Pavilion at Greece Town Hall WHERE: Greece Town Hall, 1 Vince Tofany Blvd. Greece, NY...

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    “Festival on Paddy Hill”

    Live Music, Popular Food Trucks Return with Annual Car Raffle, Rides, Other Attractions June 4-6, 2015 Popular events featured for the first time last year are returning by popular demand to the “Festival on Paddy Hill” at Our...

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    19th Annual Notable Garden Tour

    The 19th Annual Notable Garden Tour “Gardens Large and Small”, sponsored by the Greece Performing Arts Society will be held on Saturday, June 13, 2015 from 10am to 4 pm, rain or shine. The tour will feature 9 gardens in...

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    Tour Holy Sepulchre Cemetery

    On Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. volunteers from the Greece Historical Society will conduct a walking tour of the east side of Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Come learn about the notable Rochesterians interred in the oldest...

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    Arcadia students get a lesson on drunk driving

    Greece Police participated in the “Every 15 Minutes” program that simulates losing a fellow student to a DWI crash. The number one cause of death in teens is a Motor Vehicle accident. DWI, distracted driving, aggressive driving,...

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  • Greece Rotary Visits Food Shelf

    The Greece Rotary members recently were guests of the Greece Ecumenical Food Shelf at a Coffee Hour to learn all about how the organization is providing food for those in need in the Community. The Greece Rotary...

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  • The Movies of World War II – June 9th – 7:00pm

    The Movies of World War II Tuesday, June 9th, 7:00 pm, Greece  Public Library A presentation by Donovan Shilling World War II was a dramatic time for many. The motion picture industry was especially alert to concern...

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    Help to Light Up Athena

    A group of parents, staff and students at Greece Athena Middle School and High School are working to raise funds to purchase a digital sign for the Athena Campus. Since its launch in 2012, the Light Up...

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