Location: 10 Cady Street, Rochester NY
Latest Activity: Nov 8, 2014
Started by Eleanor Coleman. Last reply by patty love Dec 9, 2013.
How might we support Viola Robinson in providing youth programming for youth who live in the neighborhood and have become regular visitors to MNC because of the gardening activities that took place…Continue
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We have until January 8th to raise $2500 for the MNC Lots of Food Garden. Here's where you can learn more: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1523519243/lots-of-food-garden-...Please share the link with your friends.
Check out "Glory Train", which will be presented on February 19 at 11:00 am at the Phillis Wheatley Library. Sponsored by the Montgomery Senior's Club. For more details, check out the library or events page on Location 19!
Photos from the Senior Center:
Playing cards at Montgomery Senior Center
Getting ready to serve lunch.
I'll post more photos soon!
Montgomery Neighborhood Center History:
Montgomery Neighborhood Center has a long and impactful history that dates back to 1922 when Miss Lilliam Hall, Industrial Secretary of the Y.W.C.A. opened a branch at 192 Clarissa Street to accommodate the large enrollment of young African American American working womein in the former Unity Club. Mrs. Helen Barrett Montgomery and Mrs. Mary J. Gannett were instrumental in the Y.zZZW.C.A. forming the Clarissa Street Branch as an independent agency. The agency was accepted as a member of the Council of Social Agencies on April 1, 1952.
In 1961, the current building was developed and the mission of Montgomery was revised to "operate and maintain a neighborhood center in Rochester, NY to promote and foster neighborhood life and to guide its development." The programs and services were designed to meet the needs of the community: Rehabilitation of housing, development of block clubs, programs for Seniors and Youth.
Montgomery Senior Center offers meals daily (M-F), and offers social, educational and health programs to residents over the age over age 60.
Transportation is available.
For more information, call Viola Curry at 436-3090!
If you know someone who might benefit, please invite them to check the center out!
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