Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Community and Senior Center today hosted the Town of Greece Senior Picnic. The event, which was sponsored by the American Legion Greece Post 468, was held under the Pavilion and included live music and a buffet lunch.
During introductions, Supervisor Reilich and Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn had an exciting announcement for the seniors. They announced that they will be partnering to host a free Senior Citizen Police Academy. This academy will offer senior citizens a unique look into the Sheriff’s office and operations. Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn, District Attorney Sandra Doorley, the Public Defender’s Office, and Family Court Judges will be participating in this informative training opportunity. As part of the program, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the Hall of Justice, the Public Safety Training Facility, and the Emergency Communications Department. Please see below for additional information.
Dates: Thursdays, August 31 – October 19
Times: Bus leaves Greece Community and Senior Center at 8:30am sharp
Registration: Is required – please stop by the Greece Community and Senior Center or call 723-2425 to register. Please note that space is limited.
“I am very excited to partner with Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn to offer our vibrant seniors participation in the Senior Citizen Police Academy”. said Supervisor Reilich. “I hope many take advantage of this great opportunity!”