Niagara Falls to honor hometown hero during fundraiser for Bellavia's new non-profit organization, Deuce Deuce Relief Fund
Campaign to rebuild Highland Park pavilion gains momentum as county pitches in $600,000
Join us for "Duty 1st with David Bellavia: Serving Country and Community," a talk by the Medal of Honor recipient at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12. The event will kick off with a ceremony as Staff Sgt. Bellavia is honored by the Niagara Falls community with a key to the city.
General admission tickets are $22 (Deuce-Deuce). Tickets are available online through EventBrite, with a link at DavidBellavia.com. All proceeds go towards Bellavia’s new non-profit organization, Deuce Deuce Relief Fund. The fund benefits soldiers from David's prior Task Force in Iraq (Task Force 2-2), supporting soldiers and their families who are experiencing hardship or require other assistance.
Light and Sound Interactive highlights interactive media in Rochester
The famed children's pavilion of Highland Park in Rochester was a focal point of the park from 1890 to 1963 until it fell into disrepair.
The Highland Park Conservancy announced their plans to rebuild it.
Made in our Hometown: LiDestri Food and Drink
The Light and Sound Interactive is taking place in Rochester, NY from June 25 to 27 and will involve speakers from the tech giants of the World. This conference will highlight innovators, technologists, and subject matter experts who continue to push the edge of light and sound-based technologies.
Region's largest YMCA is under construction
Good Day Rochester visited LiDestri Food and Drink on Friday, Feb. 8 to see what goes on inside one of Rochester’s largest manufacturing plants.
The Schottland Family Branch and largest YMCA in the region is being built in Pittsford.
The three-story, 140,000 square foot facility will be almost three times the size of the current Y on Jefferson Road.