The Greece Shoreliner Cadets performing at Ontario State Park. They were an award winning mini drum and bugle corp that existed from the early 1970's until the early 1980's. The corp consisted of children 7-14 years old. They performed regularly at the annual Barnard Exempt, regional competitions, fund raising and sporting events.
A truck veered off Ridge Road on the morning of January 6, 1955 and crashed into the Greece Grange Hall. The truck was carrying 800 crates of apples when it side-swiped a vehicle before crashing into the building. There were no serious injuries. The driver of the truck, Paul Stauver, reported that the brakes failed and he was unable to control the vehicle.
The celebratory bicentennial quilt made by the Greece Welcome Wagon Club, 1976. It was on display at Long Ridge Mall during the bicentennial celebration. The club was instrumental in welcoming new residents to the community.
New Greece Welcome Wagon Club Officers elected in 1973. From left to right: Pat Hoch, Alberta Consantini, Nancy Alexander, Kathleen Santa Maria and Jan Butler. The Welcome Wagon Club presented new residents with gift baskets, community information and social support.
Greece Welcome Wagon Club members Carolyn Shuman and Florence Zempyl at the 1964 Greece Progress Exposition. The Welcome Wagon Club was especially active from the 1960's through the 1990's in welcoming new residents to the community.
A view of Grange Hall on Ridge Road. The old Greece Town Hall can be seen to the far left. This Grange Hall was built in 1905 and torn down in the early 1960's and a new hall was built at 1301 Long Pond Road.
Christmas display constructed by the Greece Historical Society. This display was located in the foyer of the old Greece Town Hall on Ridge Road, 1988.
Greece Scouts preparing food baskets for the community, Christmas 1935. Vince Tofany is pictured standing far right.
Bill Tschorke (left) and George Werner (right) of Troop 321 receive the "Appreciation for Scout Masters" Award, 1960's.
Greece Scouts on Main Street in Rochester getting ready for a parade, 1963. Pictured in the back row are Chris Werner, Ted Werner, George Werner (Scout Leader) and Glen Davis.
Boy Scouts posing with U.S. Representative Barber Conable, 1984. Barber Conable served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1965-1985.
Henry Jesserer helping the Northwest Kiwanis Club teach bike safety, 1984.
Civil Defense motorcade during "Civil Defense Week" parade. From left to right: Al Skinner, Greece Police Chief Milton Carter, Town Supervisor Vince Tofany and the Town of Greece Civil Defense Administrator Walter Whelahan, 1957. "Civil Defense Week" began at the urging of then President Dwight Eisnenhower to help develop community preparedness in the event of nuclear war or natural disasters.
The sixth annual Oak Leaf Club picnic at the Odenbach Hotel at Manitou Beach, 1932. The picnic included sports and games in the morning, a luncheon, followed by an afternoon of card playing.
The Greece Squadron Legionheirs, 1910's.