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Brockport, New York

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  • Martin Farms.  "At Martin Farms we strive to provide the best possible fresh produce to our customers.  Warm days and cool nights in Upstate New York are perfect for growing the finest cabbage for processing. Our state-of-the– art squash processing adds convenience to our delicious squash."    
  • Sara's Garden Center.  "Perennials are our specialty and our favorite. At any given time of the season you can find just that perfect perennial that you've been searching for. We have over 2000 varieties each season, with special collections of Hosta, Peonies and Clematis. We offer the old fashioned favorites along with the new and unusual.  The scope of our offerings has grown to also include a wonderful selection of alpines, an ever increasing list of grasses and a specialty line of garden worthy shrubs."   
  • The Dog Wash.  "Do-it-Yourself or Let us do it for you….. and leave the mess with us! Full service - Professional certified Pet Grooming (by Appt.) Self service - we provide everything you need to wash your pet (no Appt. needed) - Gated rooms - Waist high tubs (stairs and ramps available) - Temperature controlled water - Professional shampoo’s and conditioners - Various Brushes, combs, rakes and shedding tools - Towels and dryers - Ear cleaning wipes - Nail clippers Walk-in nail trims welcomed Retail offered: - All your pet Grooming needs - Lupine collars, harnesses, and leads Lifetime guarantee) - Cat & Dog Flea control - Specialty Shampoo’s and Odor control products - Various Toys & treats - Pet Supplements, including Nuvet Labs We are a proud Member of the Better Business Bureau. Located at: 4612 Lake Rd South (route 19) between the Village and route 31 Brockport, NY (585)637-7098." 
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  • CrimeReports.com.  Discover crime activity in your area. Visit the Crimereports.com Web site and input the address of the location to obtain crime report maps. Several map layers are available in the options tab.

Government

  • Village of Brockport.  "Located in Western New York on the scenic Erie Canal, Brockport has a great past and an even more promising future. From our Main Street lined with quaint shops to the campus of State University of New York at Brockport, our village is both inviting to tourists and conducive to business."

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  • Brockport-Seymour Library.  "Today the Seymour Library continues a long tradition of providing information, entertainment and education to the residents of Brockport, Sweden and Clarkson. The commitment and support of the community have made the new library possible, and the new library is committed to serve the community, enriching the quality of life today and into the foreseeable future." 
  • Drake Memorial Library.  "In the beginning the library was a little collection of books housed in a room open only a few hours per week, and was largely used by faculty for reference purposes. It also included a textbook collection and the school's laboratory equipment. As teacher training education became more sophisticated, so did the library.

    In 1961 the college opened the first building dedicated exclusively as a library, Drake Memorial Library. It was named after two unrelated college staff members, Bernard Drake and Ruth Drake. This new building would serve as the home of the library until 1974, when the library moved to it's current location on the south side of campus next to Allen. The old building, now named Rakov, serves as home to many of the school's enrollment and business offices."
 

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  • Brockport Fire Department.  "...Today the Brockport Fire Department covers 92 square miles including the Village of Brockport, Town of Sweden and Town of Clarkson. Equipment runs out of four houses. Station One (fire headquarters on Market Street), Station Two (Lake Road North, Town of Clarkson), Station Three (West Avenue) and Station Four (S. Main Street). Station Two was the first house in the department to be constructed outside the village limits and was dedicated in 2000. The first Ladies Auxiliary organized January 5, 1922, Fire Police Squad organized in 1954 and Firematic Explorer Post 623 organized September 1973 have added greatly to our fire community. Without their expertise in their individual fields, our fire department could not run as smoothly as it does. We applaud all the men and women who give so freely of their time and for their families who share them with us..." 
  • Brockport Historic Preservation Board.  "In 1990 the Village of Brockport adopted a preservation ordinance, similar to those enacted in other municipalities across New York State. Its purpose is to protect from destruction or insensitive rehabilitation, buildings and neighborhoods in the Village which have special historic, architectural and cultural character. This ordinance created the Brockport Historic Preservation Board (BHPB) with responsibilities to identify the Village's significant historic and architectural resources, initiate the designation process of Village landmarks and historic districts and review applications for proposed exterior changes to buildings that are Village landmarks or in Village historic districts."   
  • Brockport Integrated Service & Community Organization (BISCO).  "The purpose of this organization is to serve as a separate group whereby local organizations such as the ones which helped to create BISCO (Brockport Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary, Fire Department and Elks), their members, other local organizations/groups, as well as individuals from the community-at-large will cooperatively and collectively contribute to the betterment and/or well-being of eligible individuals, groups and organizations. The westernmost towns of Monroe County in New York State is the predominant service area. The organization’s primary focus is the support of projects that benefit individual or groups of children." 
  • Brockport Rotary Club.  "Rotary is a community service club - both local and international. Becoming a Rotarian is an opportunity to sense the self-fulfillment which comes from serving the needs of others." 
  • Kiwanis Club of Brockport.  "The Brockport Kiwanis Club is very active. As a service organization, most of our activities involve some form of community service, either working directly in the community or raising money to support community functions and meet specific needs. Most of our fund raising activities include a community service component.

    As we work to enhance the quality of life for specific individuals in need, for our community as a whole and for children around the world we have a lot of fun and good fellowship. We enjoy the blessings of personal satisfaction and sense of accomplishment that comes from helping our fellow man. We realize that working together as a group we accomplish much more than we would individually. 
  • Lions Club of Brockport. "Since 1917, Lions have served the world's population through hard work and commitment to make a difference in the lives of people everywhere. With 1.4 million members serving in more than 44,800 clubs in 188 countries and geographical areas, Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization. Lions are recognized worldwide for their service to the blind and visually impaired." 
  • Navy Club of  Lake Ontario Ship 1812, Incorporated.
  • Tri-County Youth Hockey.  "Our organization's primary purpose is to provide a positive experience for hockey players and their families."     
  • Walk! Bike! Brockport! Action Group.  "The Walk! Bike! Brockport! Action Group exists to improve the physical environment for walking and biking within the greater Brockport, Sweden and Clarkson communities and to alert the community about the positive physical and emotional benefits of walking and biking, encouraging residents to spend more time in these activities. The group consists entirely of volunteers and functions as a fully independent committee of the Village of Brockport."       

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  • Brockport Central School District.  "Brockport Central School is one of the oldest centralized districts in the state covering some 72 square miles bordering the shore of Lake Ontario. Located on the banks of the historic Erie Canal, Brockport is 20 miles west of the city of Rochester. It offers the best suburban living combined with the cultural benefits of one of New York State’s finest cities.

    Brockport Central Schools are committed to offering many educational options in keeping with the diverse nature of its student body. While academics are stressed, the importance of self-concept and individual worth are paramount." 

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Volunteer

  • VolunteerMatch.org. "Where volunteering begins...VolunteerMatch is a leader in the nonprofit world dedicated to helping everyone find a great place to volunteer. The organization offers a variety of online services to support a community of nonprofit, volunteer and business leaders committed to civic engagement. Our popular service welcomes millions of visitors a year and has become the preferred internet recruiting tool for more than 30,000 nonprofit organizations. Read more in our latest annual report."   Comment: If you want to volunteer, go to http://www.volunteermatch.org and click on Search, key in your ZIP Code, and you will instantly see the organizations in your area needing volunteers. This is a brilliant concept that makes great use of the Internet. 

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