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Among STEP’s major initiatives through the years has been an effort to preserve and honor EMS history at the Rochester Medical Museum and Archives, now located at the Rochester Academy of Medicine. In conjunction with those efforts, it seemed to be a natural fit to help honor all those who serve and protect our communities with 3 days of events commemorating the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers in NYC. 

Photos bring back many irretrievable memories that can be so easily misplaced, or lost in fires, floods or other disasters. The weekend’s free events provide an opportunity for attendees to restore some of their old photos and preserve their own history.  

The events are open to the general public, but each day highlights a particular group – the medical community on Friday, the military on Saturday, and all first responders on Sunday 9/11.  Details about the events and their sponsors can be found in the event flyer and FAQs below as well as on the event website www.RestoreYourPhotos.org .

 

 

Admission is free and includes:

  • Scan up to 50 photos or slides per person with Kodak Alaris scanners
  • Photo fix up to 10 photos with Vivid-Pix RESTORE software
  • Learn from the experts tips on archiving, storing and organizing photos by Archival Methods and Corkscrew Photography
  • Informative tours by Rochester Academy of Medicine, Greece Historical Society and Henrietta Ambulance

Locations and Dates:

Friday, September 9, 2016, 5 pm- 8 pm

Rochester Academy of Medicine 1441 East Avenue 14610

Host: Lydia Nicholson

Email: Lydia.Nicholson@raom.org

On the web: http://raom.org          

Learn about the Rochester Medical Community

The Rochester Academy of Medicine was founded in 1900 and has been a place for community service to this day. When the Lyon family donated their house on 1441 East Avenue in 1939, the Academy became a home to educational events, social gatherings and collaborations for generations of physicians from all the healthcare institutions and private practices in the community.

Tour the Rochester Medical Museum and Archives

Housed on the second floor of the Rochester Academy of Medicine, take a tour of medical archives chronicling the history of healthcare in Rochester dating back to the mid-1800s. The gallery consists of temporary and semi-permanent exhibits consisting of medical equipment, uniforms and over 50,000 historic photographs of the people, institutions and local healthcare of Rochester.

 

Saturday, September 10, 2016, 10 am – 4 pm

Greece Historical Society and Museum, 595 Long Pond Rd, 14612

Host: Bill Sauers

Email: wsauers@rochester.rr.com

On the web: http://greecehistoricalsociety.net

Learn about the Greece Historical Society and Museum

The Greece Historical Society, chartered in 1975 by the Board of Regents, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Its purpose is to collect, research and preserve the history of the town of Greece, NY and the local area. The society provides free public programs, exhibits and events, tours, newspaper articles and publications.

Meet Veteran Advocate, Eric Wheeler

Eric Wheeler served in the United States armed forces and is a leading advocate for veterans and their families in the Rochester area. During his two decades of service, he was a member of both the United States Army and Navy Reserves. Eric deployed as a Civil Affairs Sergeant for Operation Joint Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the late 1990s and later as a Staff Sergeant responsible for instructing Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations soldiers in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  Eric Wheeler is currently the Interim Director of Veteran Services at Monroe Community College, where he assists veterans’ transition from the armed forces to higher education. He also instructs courses as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Monroe Community College and as an Adjunct Lecturer at Nazareth College. Having performed significant research in the field of military history, Eric has taught undergraduate courses on both World War I and World War II and facilitated a lecture series on modern warfare for the New York Council for the Humanities. He  received an Associate of Science in Liberal Arts from Monroe Community College and went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in History, a Master of Arts in American History, and a Master of Public Administration, all from the State University of New York, College at Brockport. He is proud to volunteer for a number of local veterans’ organizations—including the Veterans Business Council where he is a member of the Board of Directors, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), and the One Team, One Fight initiative.  

 

Sunday, September 11, 2016 10 am – 4 pm

Henrietta Ambulance, 280 Calkins Road, Rochester, N.Y. 14623

Host: Chris Murtaugh

Email: cmurtaugh@henriettaems.org

On the web: http://henriettaambulance.org

Tour an actual Emergency Services Station

Learn about emergency medical technicians, firefighters, police and the equipment and vehicles they use.

Learn about Henrietta Ambulance History

For the past 50 years, Henrietta Ambulance has served the residents and commuters within the Town of Henrietta and surrounding communities. The organization was founded in 1962 by a group of residents who decided that the ambulance response time from the City of Rochester was too great. At that time medics were required to have only American Red Cross First Aid training.

Today Henrietta Ambulance operates a fleet of 10 vehicles and has about 60 personnel to handle more than 5,900 annual calls for service. The base of operations is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Henrietta Ambulance has a career staff of full-time, part-time and per diem EMTs and paramedics in addition to its volunteers.

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