Monday morning, Supervisor Bill Reilich was joined by Greece Town Council Members Mike Barry, Bill Murphy, and Josh Jensen, Greece Receiver of Taxes Andrew Conlon, and several Family First Credit Union Board Members and team members to host a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the grand opening of Family First Credit Union in Greece. The Greece branch is located in Country Village Plaza at 1110 Long Pond Road.
The Family First Credit Union Greece Branch is the 5th Family First branch location in Rochester and the 1st location on the West side of Monroe County. Family First is a full-service financial institution that has been serving the Rochester community for over 45 years. Their products and services include mortgage services, interest-bearing checking accounts, loans for new or used vehicles, low-rate credit cards, and small business services. To learn more about Family First, please visit their website: https://home.familyfirstny.com/.
“I was happy to host a ribbon cutting ceremony welcoming Family First Credit Union to Greece” said Supervisor Reilich. “I would like to thank Family First President and CEO Tom Dambra and the whole Family First Credit Union team for establishing a branch in Greece to serve the west-side population!”
Tuesday evening, Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich was joined by Town Board Members Mike Barry, Bill Murphy, Josh Jensen, and Diana Christodaro for a proclamation ceremony recognizing Greece resident Niayah Blair.
Niayah Blair is the first woman to complete the Monroe Manufactures Job Program. After graduating from Monroe Community College with an associate’s degree in precision manufacturing, she began working at Romold, Inc. in Gates as a mold making apprentice. She is the first woman mold making apprentice at Romold, Inc. and in the entire state of New York!
“The Town of Greece is proud to recognize Niayah Blair for the outstanding personal and professional success she has achieved” said Supervisor Bill Reilich. “Congratulations on your accomplishments in the precision manufacturing industry!”
Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich was joined by Greece Town Board Members Mike Barry, Josh Jensen, Bill Murphy, and Diana Christodaro for an official Eagle Scout Award Medal Presentation Ceremony at Tuesday evening’s Town Board Meeting. The Town of Greece Eagle Scout Recognition Medal is presented to all Boy Scouts who have recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in their local troop.
“It is an honor for me to present proclamations and medals to the hard working and determined young men who have shown that commitment and perseverance lead to success” said Supervisor Bill Reilich. “At Tuesday evening’s Town Board meeting, I had the privilege of presenting a proclamation and medal to Dylan Austin who has recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in Troop Number 195. Dylan attained the rank of Eagle Scout through his efforts in cleaning up and landscaping an area of Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Thank you for honoring those who have passed by helping to keep our cemeteries beautiful!”
The Boy Scouts of America, one of the United States largest youth organizations, is dedicated to promoting self-reliance, courage, and patriotism among young men. The Eagle Scout Award is attained after countless hours of hard work, sacrifice, and dedication to the scouting creed. For more information on the Boy Scouts of America, please visit their webpage www.scouting.org.
Supervisor Bill Reilich, along with Town of Greece Receiver of Taxes Andrew Conlon and the Greece Town Board, yesterday hosted another free Shredding Event for residents. A Shredding Event was held earlier this year in May and was such a huge success that Supervisor Reilich decided to organize another event for residents.
The Shredding Event was held at the Greece Town Hall Campus. Services were provided by Shred-Text, which is a confidential document shredding company that provides on-site shredding. Shred-Text is also an environmentally-friendly company, as they bring 100% of the shredded paper to an authorized recycler. For more information about the company, please call 247-5250 or visit their website at www.shredtext.com.
“The first Town of Greece Shredding Event held this year was a wild success and we were happy to offer another event for our residents” said Supervisor Reilich. “Hundreds turned out for this event where they were able to watch their confidential documents be shredded on site. It can be very expensive to have a shredding service come to a resident home, so I was glad to be able to provide this service for our residents free of charge”.
Supervisor Bill Reilich is pleased to partner with both Walgreens and Flu Prevention Partners to offer Flu Clinics at Greece Town Hall. Please see below for the 2018 Flu Clinic dates and times.
Workplace Vitality Schedule:
9/24 – 9:00am – 4:00pm
10/9 – 12:00pm – 6:00pm
10/16 – 9:00am – 1:00pm
10/24 – 9:00am – 1:00pm
11/2 – 9:00am – 1:00pm
11/8 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
11/15 – 9:00am – 12:00pm
For questions or to learn more about Workplace Vitality, please visit their website at www.flupreventionpartners.com or call them at 877-249-7198. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
9/14 – 11:00am – 1:00pm
10/12 – 11:00am – 1:00pm
11/16: 11:00am – 1:00pm
All Flu clinics are held in the Community Rooms at Greece Town Hall.
Today across our nation, you will see flags lowered to half-staff. On this 17th anniversary of September 11th, we remember all those who lost their lives on the day of the attack on our country. We remember the firefighters, law enforcement, EMT personnel, and all the good samaritans who stepped up during this horrific event to help their community.
I have seen the following post shared several times. I’m very moved by what is said here and I wanted to share it with you.
“On this day...17 years ago 246 people went to sleep in preparation for their morning flights. 2,606 people went to sleep in preparation for work in the morning tomorrow. 343 firefighters went to sleep in preparation for their morning shift. 60 police officers went to sleep in preparation for morning patrol. 8 paramedics went to sleep in preparation for the morning shift of saving lives. None of them saw past 10:00am September 11, 2001. In one single moment, life may never be the same. As you live and enjoy the breaths you take today and tonight before you go to sleep in preparation for your life tomorrow, kiss the ones you love, snuggle a little tighter, and never take one second of your life for granted.”
The tragic events of September 11th, 2001 saw the people of our country come together and stand as one. The outpouring of love and support from communities all across our nation showed the world that we are there for each other.
To all those affected by the 9/11 attack: you will never be forgotten.
Supervisor Reilich is excited to announce a scavenger hunt challenge in our local parks! This challenge has been organized by a partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and the upcoming Warner Brother’s film SMALLFOOT. The winner of the scavenger hunt sweepstakes will win a private hometown screening of SMALLFOOT for themselves and 99 family members and friends!
Here’s how to participate in this fun scavenger hunt:
- Download the Search for SMALLFOOT Scavenger Hunt Challenge PDF at nrpa.org/smallfoot.
- Visit your local park between September 1st and September 14th and take photos of these four items:
- Something that starts with the letter 's'
- Something small
- Something with feet
- Something new you discovered at your local park
- Share your four photos on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtags #NRPAFindSMALLFOOTSweepstakes and #SMALLFOOT.
- Note: you must use BOTH of the hashtags in order to enter the contest.
“Here in Greece, we have over 300 hundred acres of parkland available to us. These include playgrounds, trails, open space and athletic fields” said Supervisor Reilich. “I hope you will participate in this fun scavenger hunt challenge and check out our local parks and all they have to offer!”