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The Center

The Center is located at 133 State Street along the Erie Canal. 

The Center is the renamed Sweden-Clarkson Senior Center, as it is a great place for people of all ages in the community to gather!

Call for hours, programming, or to make a lunch reservation 585-637-8161.


More details available on their website or on The Center's facebook page.

Brockport Rotary Club

What is Rotary?

Rotary is a community service club - both local and international. At all levels the organization seeks to look for the betterment of society..Why Join Rotary? Benefits of membership include: Community involvement Great people, new friends Personal growth and net-working Self fulfillment that comes from serving other's needs in your local community and in other countries around the world. Travel Opportunities Fun with those terrific people

Who Belongs?

Anyone who wishes to be of service to the local community: Banker/Credit Union Manager Carpenter Educator Personnel Professional Heating/cooling contractor Re-modeler Restaurateur Retirees (police, educators, secretaries, etc.) Shop owners and Managers Technical, Computer, Engineering Experts Any Member of the Community

What Is The Commitment?

As much as you wish. Meetings are nearly every Thursday, but members are not required to attend all meetings and they can substitute work on Rotary projects or related meetings for official meetings. Currently meeting at Fazool's Restaurant, 51 Market St. Maybe you've seen photos of our excellent guest speakers in the Suburban News.

What Does Rotary Do For The Community?

  • Brockport CSD Senior Prom
  • Brockport CSD Scholarship
  • Brockport Food Shelf
  • Brockport Toy Shelf
  • Boy Scout Troop 111
  • Camp Haccamo
  • Cool Kids Program
  • Lakeside Foundation
  • Amani Children's Home, Moshe, Tanzania
  • Rotary International Foundation
  • Seymour Library
  • Senior Breakfast for nearly 30 years
  • Salvation Army
  • Wilmot Cancer Center

Community Events & Fundraisers

  • BISCO's Brockport Arts Festival (Rotary is a BISCO founder)
  • Ziti Dinner and Monroe County Fair Food Concession

Rotary International is a premier organization in the fight against polio, illiteracy, economic depredation and abuse of individual rights. Rotarians are very proud of their contributions at all levels of Rotary.

The local Club is proud of its part in working with other service clubs on projects like Salvation Army Bell ringing and the Arts Festival each year.

Brockport Kiwanis Club

The Brockport Kiwanis Club was formed in June of 1926. We recently celebrated our 75th anniversary and are very proud of our traditions of community service in our community. As you may know, "Kiwanis" is the oldest of the service clubs in the United States and was established in 1915.

As the oldest service club in Brockport, we have responded to our community with both dollars and service for many years. You will find Kiwanis Club members planting the flowers which surround the local public Seymour Library. Kiwanians will be ringing the Salvation Army bell at Christmas time to help the needy. At the Senior Olympics and Special Olympics, Brockport Kiwanians will be there. Over the years we have spent thousands of hours and dollars in supporting the Lakeside Hospital's MediMate program for needy senior citizens. We have established a number of local scholarships for graduating high school students. We contribute dollars and hours to support the annual Christmas time Toys for Tots program. We have also sponsored a high school Key Club at the Brockport High School.

We have about 30 members in our local club. Membership is open, by invitation, to community men and women interested in contributing their time and energy to community service through the Kiwanis Club. Our club's focus is on helping the children of Brockport and giving back to our Community. Our fundraisers are fun and include the Christmas Craft Fair, BISCO Food Booth, Brockport Sidewalk Sale and more...

Brockport Lions Club

Since 1917, Lions have served the world's population through hard work and commitment to make a difference in the lives of people everywhere. With 1.4 million members serving in more than 44,800 clubs in 188 countries and geographical areas, Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization. Lions are recognized worldwide for their service to the blind and visually impaired.In Brockport there are two active clubs; the Lions Club of Brockport and the SUNY Brockport Lions Club. Both are very active in local community service.

Brockport Lions Club

The Brockport Lions Club meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at the Braockport Area Vets Club for a dinner meeting starting at 6:30 PM. For more information on the Lions Club of Brockport you may contact Greg Lund at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 964-2774. Visit their website here.

SUNY Brockport Lions Club

The SUNY Brockport Lions Club was begun by Dr. Lauren Lieberman, an associate professor of physical education, in the spring of 2000. The club was designed to help raise money for Camp Abilities, a summer camp for blind children that is held at Brockport every summer. The SUNY Brockport chapter of the Lions Club meets every other Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Student Lounge in Tuttle North. Anyone interested in joining the club can email Lieberman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact her at 395-5361.

Brockport Elks Lodge 2110

The focus of the Brockport Elks is to give back to our community and especially to the youth through various programs and donations. The Elks are one of the largest and most active fraternal organizations in the world and with a local membership of over 350, we have the manpower and the means to accomplish our goals.

Our youth programs include:

  • Hoop Shoot
  • Scholarships
  • Soccer Shoot
  • Drug Education Youth Veterans Volunteers
  • Americanism Essay Contest

The Elks Point of View

The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks is a nationwide organization of well over a million of America's finest citizens. We love our country and desire to preserve its cherished institutions, traditions and values; respect our neighbors and constantly seek to promote their well-being; love and enjoy life and believe this enjoyment is increased by sharing it with family, friends and all with whom we come in contact.

To Elks, laughter is better than tears, and a kind word more powerful than a frown. The dream of a better world becomes reality when shaped by enough willing hearts and hands.

We seek to bring into our family only those who delight in wholesome associations with congenial companions, who possess a deep sense of patriotism, fair play and dedication to noble causes - persons who find the fulfillment of their existence in service to humanity, feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, aiding those in distress; proving themselves to be true friends to all in need.

We question no one's religion, nor do we exclude anyone because of creed, race, ethnic origin, educational attainment, vocation, material status or physical stature. We measure character by what one is and does, not by titles or position. We do not ask you to change any beliefs, nor interfere with your present life, nor act contrary to the dictates of conscience. In point of fact we encourage you to put your personal beliefs into practice more strongly in these areas; your associates want you to enjoy life more by becoming a better American and humanitarian.

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