local organizations

Boy Scouts of America

Boy scouting in Monroe County is served by the Otetiana Council, BSA. In Honeoye Falls, Cub Scouts (ages 6-10) are part of Pack 10 and Boy Scouts (ages 11-17) are part of Troop 10.

For more information click on one of the links below.

www.otetiana.org
www.pack10.org
www.troop10.org

ECHO Program (Engaging Community Help in Outreach)

We are a coalition of congregations. Our interfaith program is built on congregations committing to working together to lift up those in our community who struggle to remain independent. Our volunteers come from member congregations and the community at large. They come from all faiths, Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Unitarian and nondenominational faiths. We build lasting relationships.

For more information, contact Deborah O'Brien at djmob@rochester.rr.com or visit their website at www.firstpreshf.org/services/echo.php.

Fortnightly Club of Honeoye Falls

The Fortnightly Club of Honeoye Falls was founded in 1895. The members originally convened in members' homes but currently meet at Pinehurst. Meetings are held at noon on the third Wednesday of each month (except June-August) and consist of lunch followed by a brief business meeting and informative, varied programs.

Anyone interested in learning more about Fortnightly should contact Sue Worboys (624-9803) or Diane Ham (624-4709).

Girl Scouts

Girl scouting in Honeoye Falls is served by the Girl Scouts of Western New York. Girls Scouts are organized by grade level: Daisies (K-1); Brownies (grades 2-3); Juniors (grades 4-5); Cadets (grades 6-8); Seniors (grades 9-10); Ambassadors (grades 11-12).

For more information click on the link below.

www.gswny.org

Honeoye Falls Community Concert Band

The current version of the Honeoye Falls Community Concert Band has been active since 1988, providing community members with the opportunity to perform in a concert band, and providing the community with the opportunity to hear live band concerts. The band receives financial support from both the Village of Honeoye Falls and the Town of Mendon, as well as from individual and corporate donations and fund-raising events.

www.hfccb.org

Honeoye Falls - Lima Young Life and Wyld Life

Young Life is a non-denominational Christian ministry that reaches out to middle school and high school kids. The high school ministry is known as Young Life and the middle school as Wyld Life!

We are a world-class organization for teens, whose trained staff go into the world of kids - wonderful, difficult, amazing, scared, hopeful, hurting kids - offering no-strings-attached-friendship, fun, acceptance, adventure and grace so they might experience, understand and respond to God's love of them.

For more information, contact Fred Bassette at 624-4883 or click on one of the links below.

www.hflyl.org
fredbassette@gmail.com

Honeoye Falls - Mendon Chamber of Commerce

The Honeoye Falls - Mendon Chamber of Commerce insures our community has a strong and healthy business environment by serving local businesses, including retail, commercial, industrial, professional and home businesses. We also support civic groups and residents and encourage their patronage towards one another.

www.hfmchamber.org
www.livelocal.com

Honeoye Falls - Mendon Rotary Club

The Honeoye Falls-Mendon Rotary Club is a very diverse group of individuals all working for the common idea of Service Above Self, by incorporating the Rotary Four Way Test into everyday living. It is not just giving back to your community or Internationally by doing Service Projects. We enjoy the fellowship that comes with the camaraderie of joining together for the good of the community in performing these projects. One can be a part of a very close knit group of people who share ideas and future concerns about this community and want to do something about it. We welcome you and salute you for your commitment to living the Four Way Test each and every day.

The Rotary Club meets Wednesday at 6:15 PM generally at the Rabbit Room.

www.hfmrotary.org

Honeoye Falls - Mendon Youth Baseball

HFMYB offers baseball to approximately 400 children and teens in Honeoye Falls, Mendon and the surrounding area. Opportunities to play start at age 4 and continue through age 18. Age is determined as of April 30 of the year of league play. League play, travel teams, "August League" and "Fall League" opportunities provide a range of competitive alternatives and allow those who are so inclined to play from spring to fall.

www.hfmbaseball.org

Honeoye Falls - Town of Mendon Historical Society

The Honeoye Falls/Town of Mendon Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of local history and the education of the community. The Society operates a museum located at One Harry Allen Park which is open to the Public Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4. Both the museum and one-room schoolhouse provide educational programs to first and fourth grade classes from the HF-L School District as well as other local districts. The society conducts eight educational meetings, held at the Mendon Community Center, each year (open to the public) and co-sponsors the annual Festival-on-the-Green. The Society was chartered by the New York State Education Department on July 28, 1961 and is classified by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) public charity. Donations to the Society are tax-deductible.

http://hfmhistorical.org/

Honoeye Falls Travel Soccer Club (BLAZE)

The Honeoye Falls Travel Soccer Club was first organized in the early 1980's and incorporated as a New York State Not for Profit organization in July of 1986.The purpose of the organization is to coordinate developmental soccer activities for players under the age of 18 in the Honeoye Falls area. The team name has been BLAZE since it's inception, so Honeoye Falls Travel Soccer and BLAZE have become synonymous. The organization is a member club of US Youth Soccer and NY West Youth Soccer Association. Blaze teams participate in the Rochester District Youth Soccer League (RDYSL).

hfblaze.cornerkicksystems.com

Honeoye Falls - Twice Is Nice

The "Twice Is Nice" program is a brand-new effort to invigorate the economic vitality of our Village businesses by encouraging residents to shop locally. If, twice every month, every Village resident shops at a local merchant they don't usually shop with, thousands of dollars will be generated for local merchants, and our local environment will improve dramatically. The program was created by a volunteer committee of local residents and merchants, and it's funded entirely by the merchants and the Village of Honeoye Falls.

www.twiceisnicehf.com

Masons - Union Star Lodge #320

Freemasonry is a fraternity composed of a group of diverse men that believe in and promote positive life values for themselves, their families and their community through education and personnel involvement.

www.unionstarmasons.org

For more information contact:

Gary Sanford
27 Freshfield Rise
Fairport NY 14450
email: ggsanford@aol.com
Phone: 585-425-4240

MOMS Club of Honeoye Falls-Lima

The MOMS Club of Honeoye Falls-Lima, NY began in July of 2008 and has been growing strong serving at-home moms who live in the Honeoye Falls - Lima school district, Bloomfield and the Town of Livonia. We help you make the most of this valuable time with your children, while they are young.

You aren’t at home full time? Many of our members work part time or full time. And most of our activities are low or no-cost since we know that choosing to be a stay-at-home mom frequently requires financial sacrifices.

Our General Meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at 10:00am. Children are always welcome.

For more information contact:
email: hflmomsclub@yahoo.com
website: http://hflmomsclub.webs.com