Mary Reese
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  • Rochester, NY
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New career in retirement

Started Dec 13, 2013 0 Replies

Hello fellow 19th Ward neighbors. This retired teacher has published her first book and is thrilled to present it to you. If you like historical fiction with a purpose and have friends and relatives…Continue


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New career in retirement

Hello fellow 19th Ward neighbors. This retired teacher has published her first book and is thrilled to present it to you. If you like historical fiction with a purpose and have friends and relatives who love to read give my book a try. The name of the book is Shadows of the Past by Mary Reese and is available on line through, Amazon or Barnes and Noble.See More
Dec 13, 2013
Mary Reese replied to John Boutet's discussion 1872 Cafe in the group Our Neighborhood Merchants
"John one small correction to your beautiful posting. The café is open to 5 now."
Oct 30, 2013
Mary Reese posted an event

Race and Our lives at Cafe 1872

April 26, 2013 from 2pm to 3:45pm
Unite RochesterYWCA "Stand Against Racism"Spiritus Christi Church and Racism Coalition (SPARC)presents"Race and Our Lives"Location 1872 Cafe (431 W.MainSt.)Time:2:00-3:30Date:Friday April26thCall 585-325-1180 to registerKeynote Speaker: Myra Brown Myra will speak on a recent published D & C article entitled "Whistle Blowers in the workplace" followed by a panel & community discussionSee More
Apr 22, 2013
Mary Reese commented on Marian Boutet's blog post EUCHRE ANYONE?
"  I've never played Euchre but if anyone on this list belongs to a Bunco group I's love to join."
Sep 11, 2012
Mary Reese joined John Boutet's group

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This group is intended for use as a forum for discussing Education topics of interest to our SW Rochester community and for organizing information on our public schools, the RCSD and other education topics.See More
Jul 26, 2012
Mary Reese joined John Boutet's group

Our Neighborhood Merchants

The objective of this group is to introduce residents of the SW Quadrant to the businesses in their community with the hope that if they are more aware of them they will patronize them more.  We also want to encourage business owners to adapt the the goods and services they offer to serve the needs of a broadened clientele.See More
Feb 22, 2012
Mary Reese replied to John Boutet's discussion Student Housing in the Neighborhoods
"Don't know if this is the right group to write to but since we're talking about problem houses my roof sprung a leak last night. Can anyone recommend someone who can patch a roof?"
Nov 23, 2011
Mary Reese commented on Mark Sweetland's blog post Turkey Visits for Dinner
"Aww would love a turkey visit but I think my dogs would not make it safe. All I've experienced from putting bird food are mice (yuck!)."
Nov 21, 2011
Mary Reese replied to Adam McFadden's discussion WOOD CHUCKS or GROUND HOGS
"Love that Pit Bull smile Marian."
Aug 1, 2011
Mary Reese joined Mary Adams's group

Parent and Community Coalition for Educational Change

Coalition includes Community Education Task Force and several other groups working to build a movement to defend and repair urban public education in Rochester.
May 31, 2011
Mary Reese liked LaShay Harris's discussion 19th Ward Facebook Page
Apr 27, 2011
Mary Reese is now a member of
Mar 9, 2011

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At 7:30am on March 10, 2011, DeWain Feller said…


Welcome to Location 19.  I would encourage you to join the 19th Ward Community Association.   We are actively working to address the issues in our neighborhood, and the more members we have, the more strength we have to address those issues.
Please check out our (soon to be overhauled) website at
You can call Ann at our office at 328-6571.  Registration-only membership is free to all 19th Ward residents.  I would encourage you to consider becoming a paying member, with the Individual level starting at $15.
If you have any questions, comments or input, please feel free to contact me at 527-9619.
DeWain Feller
President, 19th Ward Community Association (and fellow Rugby resident)

At 12:31am on March 10, 2011, John Boutet said…

Hi Mary,

It was nice meeting you at PCIC this evening.  I hope you will find this site a lot of fun and useful.  Now that you are a member you will find that when you are signed in to the site you will have additional choices at your disposal.  You will have text input boxes at your disposal to post to the Discussion Forum, Events calendar and Blog section of Location19.  When signed in you can also join groups so you can post to the group discussions.  If you don't find a group that is focused on a particular interest you have you can start one and invite people who are interested to join.

Please be sure to subscribe to the Daily Email Digest so you receive an update of new activity on the site.  Without it you will miss the latest activity if you are away from the site for a few days.

Please post your picture.  Step by step instructions can be found here How to Post Your Picture - It's easy!  We are trying to make this an online town meeting place where we come together to share ideas and concerns. Everything we can do to get to know each other better is important.

I don't know if you saw the pictures from the November 20, 2009 fundraiser.  I was just looking through all my emails and did not find an address for either Kuo of Lisa so I'm not sure they received an album invitation.  This link should get you to the Kodak Gallery album: 091120 Pasta Fundraiser .

I look forward to your participation. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call Marian or me at 328-4271.


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