Ribbon cutting for the Boys and Girls Club expansion

The $3.3 million expansion allows for new and upgraded programs

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - The Boys and Girls Club of Rochester unveiled it's newly renovated and expanding building with a ribbon cutting on Thursday. The renovation is the largest that the Boys and Girls Club has undergone since its opening in 1982.
 
The $3.3 million expansion allows for new and upgraded programs, along with increased technology and enhanced security. 
 
Mayor Lovely Warren attended the ribbon cutting as well.

"I am excited about this place opening up and seeing the bright future these children have and being in this open space here, I am just excited about our future," said Mayor Warren. 

After the ribbon cutting, there were plenty of games for kids and even cotton candy and snowcones.


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