Wheatland, New York
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- Town of Wheatland. "Located in the south western section of Monroe
County in Upstate New York. First established in 1821 as the Town of "Inverness" we changed our name later that same year to
"Wheatland" to show the pride we had in our award winning wheat.
Today we show our pride as the small jewel of Monroe County. Just 11 miles south of Rochester, our residents can enjoy the
culture and the services of a metropolitan area, and yet still live in a rural and agricultural setting. It's a great place
to raise a family, do business or visit and enjoy our outdoor resources and rich history."
Scottsville Free Library. "...Though the Scottsville
Free Library has a rich historical past, it is committed to the
present as well as the future for the continued enrichment of
our community and our patrons. Technology allows the patron to
access the LIBRA computer system, several databases and the
- Wheatland Chili
Central School District. "Schooling is more than
cultivating the mind and body. It also develops character, pro
social behavior, and civic competencies. School is a place
where students have the opportunity to witness and practice
civility, caring, compassion, and trust. School is one of the
few community institutions that brings all young people together
as a community of learners. The merging of the academic and
character strands in education prepares students for the world
of work, for lifelong learning, and citizenship.
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