The Our Town Rocks Health Improvement Project was the recipient of a $5,000 award from the Yates Emergency Relief Fund of the Yates Community Endowment and Rochester Area Community Foundation.
OTR’s goals include advancing the health of individuals and families in the Dundee School District and doing so by addressing the determinants of health.
The organization seeks to improve health through advancing education, increasing socialization and alleviating poverty.
OTR plans to use the funds for summer youth and family activities under the guidance of Yates County Public Health.
Summer Drama Camp: July 5th through August 21st, the camp will give Dundee students a chance to participate in a program that provides education, socialization and fun.
Drama Club 101: This second club offered Tuesday through Thursday provides 12 students with basic training in drama. This option is good for beginners.
6th Annual Night at the Museum: A family themed event happening on July 22nd that will recognize the 176th anniversary of the Dundee Volunteer Fire Department. It will also have fire truck rides, demonstrations, a DJ, photo booth, games, books and ice cream.
Pop in events:
July 8 – Pop in for Popsicles in the Park at Seneca Street Park, 2-3 p.m.
July 15 – Pop in for Art in the Park at Seneca Street Park, noon to 2 p.m.
Aug. 12 – Family Bingo Night at OTR Office, 6-8 p.m.
Aug. 16 – Pop in for Story Walk & Popcorn at Seneca Street Park, 2-3 p.m.
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