Breakfast with the Bunny

 
Established in 2004, Breakfast with the Bunny is held on the Saturday, one week prior to Easter.  The Easter Bunny is present to greet the children and each child receives a small gift. Face-painting and coloring is also available at no additional cost. There is a basket raffle and various other raffles.  Family members are encouraged to take photographs of their children with the Bunny.
 
Two seating times are available - either 9:00 am or 10:45 am. Pancakes, sausage, side dishes and beverages are served. Proceeds fund local charities.  

Adopt-A-Highway Program

Across the country, thousands of communities have signaled their commitment to keeping America beautiful by adopting stretches of highway and pledging to keep them litter-free.
 
During the late 1980s, the New York State Department of Transportation re-assessed its priorities in view of a declining work force and a reduced operating budget. DOT's first priority was then - and is now - to operate the state's highways and bridges safely and cost-effectively; for example, to resolve safety issues, to maintain pavement and guide rail or to control ice and snow. As a result, fewer and fewer resources were available for roadside beautification or other aesthetic-related activities. New York was not the only state with the dilemma of having limited resources with which to address myriad responsibilities.