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2014 Mendon Station Festival

Saturday, September 6, 2014 - 11:00AM - 6:00PM Vendor Information

2nd Annual Mendon Station Car Cruse, Saturday September 6

Sunday, September 7, 2014 11:00AM - 5:00PM

3rd Annual Black Diamond 5km & 15km Race, Sunday September 7: Poster - Online Registration - Paper Registration

 
Freight House

The Grand Opening of the Freight House replica happened at 10:30AM, Wednesday, July 31, 2013. Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks, Mendon Supervisor John Moffitt, County Legislator Carla Boyce, and Mendon Foundation President John Farrell cut the ribbon. This is a wonderful addition to the Rochester Junction site.


YNN Video on Freight House

YNN posted an item concerning the Freight House at Rochester Junction. To see the item click here. This will open a new tab. To return to this site delete the tab.

 
The Mendon Foundation is the first and only member-directed not-for-profit organization dedicated exclusively to promoting the rich cultural heritage of the communities in and adjacent to Southeastern Monroe County. Our mission is to enrich the lives of our members and their community by working with local municipal governments, major contributors and local residents to preserve, protect and enhance the scenic, natural, recreational, structural and historical resources of critical cultural significance. The Foundation values are nonsectarian, nonpartisan and perpetual. A Board of 12 Directors governs the Foundation. Bi-monthly meetings are held for the Directors. An annual meeting for all members is held in May.
 
Welcome

 

Since 1992 the Mendon Foundation has worked hard to enhance the natural resources in the Town of Mendon. Our Goal is to continue to preserve as much precious open space as possible in order to enhance property values and contribute to the outstanding quality of life we enjoy in our town.

 
Throughout the past ten years the Mendon Foundation has contributed significantly in the community with its partnership with municipal and county government. Their working partnership with Monroe County has resulted in the development of the Lehigh Valley Trail and Mendon Station Park, Museum and Education Center. Through land acquisition by endowment, the Sibleyville Nature Reserve is currently being developed for passive recreational use and preservation of open space. Environmental preservation has occurred with involvement in federally funded programs such as the Warm Weather Grass program, Wetland Restoration project, and the WHIP program.
 
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