Lattimore Physical Therapy in Dansville is one of Dansville Area Historical Society’s business members again for 2013. They provide many physical therapy treatments and services. A bit of their history is listed below
The Dansville clinic was opened in June of 2003. It was originally started as a satellite facility to Lattimore of Geneseo but is now a full time clinic. The clinic is located on Route 36 in the Tractor Supply/Big Lots Plaza. Dansville Physical Therapy is a 4,000 square foot outpatient physical therapy & fitness facility. Out clinic houses 2 private treatment rooms and a wide variety of cardio equipment, strength training machines, free weights, benches, and is even complete with locker rooms & showers.
We have assembled a knowledgeable staff of Physical Therapists & Assistants to customize each patients treatment specific to their needs. Using our combined experience our staff is dedicated to providing outstanding personal care in a relaxed professional setting.
In addition our clinic also offers Livingston Fitness our in house fitness facility which is open to the public. Please visit our Livingston Fitness link for more information.
Dansville Physical Therapy
40 Village Plaza
The Dansville Area Historical Society is one of over 1,800 Museums participating in the 2013 Blue Star Museums. This program offers free admission to active duty military members, with up to 5 family members. In addition to DAHS, there are over a dozen other museums with in Western NY that are an hour and a half or less of Dansville, NY.
For more information and locations of other participating museums follow this link:
Five Star Bank of Dansville is one of Dansville Area Historical Society’s NEW business members for 2013. They provide personal and business banking as well as investment services. A bit of their history is listed below
A proud past. A bright future.
Our roots go back to the 1850’s when Wolcott Humphrey founded a small community institution named the Wyoming County Bank. Mr. Humphrey’s plan for success was to focus on two things: the customers and the communities in which they lived.
The bank he formed would become the flagship bank of what is today’s Five Star Bank, which now includes three sister banks, each with its own rich history in financial services—The National Bank of Geneva, First Tier Bank and Trust, and Bath National Bank.
Over one hundred and fifty years later, our focus on customer and community hasn’t changed. We have earned a reputation for fairness, integrity and dedication to community. With the devotion of excellent people, we have built a company with solid equity and a strong heritage.
Today, the bank boasts $2.6 billion in assets and does business in 15 contiguous counties in Western and Central New York. We offer our customers the service and convenience of a network of more than 50 branches and a quickly expanding ATM network.
We are proud to be there for you, our customers, wherever, whenever and however you need us. We are Five Star Bank.
Five Star Bank
152 Franklin Street
Dansville, New York 14437
April 4, 1938
Daniel Goho Post 87 of the American Legion in Dansville, New York was established on June 16, 1919 during its organizational meeting. The constitution was written and an application for a charter was signed by 39 men. This was the first post in Livingston County, NY. At that time they had no place to call home as meetings and other events were held in various building around the village. Sponsored events included high school concerts, Boys State program, Scholarships, American Legion Baseball and Boy Scouts.
In 1938 they found a home of their own when they purchased the abandoned Baptist Church at 34 Elizabeth Street for $500 owed in village taxes. After renovations done mostly by Legionnaires the new quarters was dedicated on July 18, 1938.
We would like to thank the Wayland Free Library for renewing their business membership to the Dansville Area Historical Society in 2013. There support is very important to us.
Wayland Free Library
101 W. Naples St.
Wayland, NY 14572
Phone: (585) 728-5380
Fax: (585) 728-5002
Wayland Library History: http://www.gunlockelibrary.org/HISTORY/tabid/280/Default.aspx
Visit them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wayland-Free-Library/131772610023
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Noon – 4:00
West Sparta Methodist Church
8747 Redmond Road
West Sparta, NY 14437
For info call 335-5094
Adults – $7.00 Children under 12 – $4.00
Spaghetti Dinner Flyer 2013
Supporting those, who support us, is the idea behind this series of posts.
Originally opened June 4, 1921, the Star Theatre in Dansville, NY is a single screen old fashion movie theatre. The first shows were black and white silent movies until 1927 when “Talkies” were first shown. It has a full service snack bar that serves the best popcorn in the area. It has been owned and operated by the Schmidt family since 1994. At the end of last year they reopened again after a week installation of a new digital projector and sound system.
There are not that many old theatre’s like this left and we are very fortunate to have this one as part of our Downtown Historic District on Main Street. We hope you will see your next movie at the historic Star Theatre in Dansville.
1st run movies through age 18 $7.00
Adults age 19 – 61 years of age $8.00
Kids with 62 years of experience $7.00
Military/College ID $7.00
Matinee shows all admissions $6.00
Movie Info at 585-335-6950
The DAHS would like to thank the Star Theater for continuing to be one of our business members for 2013.
Available for sale is this Hometowne Collectible (wooden replica) of the Star Theatre for $15.00
For additional info on our Hometowne Collectible series click here
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