The East Rochester CleanSweep

====>   Saturday, May 19, 2018   <====

8 am - noonish

Our ER CleanSweep -- now in its 11th year -- is an event sponsored by the Town/Village of East Rochester and the ER Chamber, in which volunteers clean up ER, promote green solutions, and participate in enriching the community.  A huge thank you to everyone who participated in, sponsored, or supported us on a rainy morning to help CleanSweep our beautiful little village!

Volunteers included groups from the ER Alumni Foundation, Lilac Family Dental/Flower City Dental, ER Cub Scout Pack 67, the St. Nicholas Society, ER Rotary, and New Life Baptist Church, and these individuals: Chris Argento, Connor Ash, Denise Ash, Dan Bates, Jim Cavalieri, Al Cohen, Melissa Cohen, Nick Cohen, Lafayette Eaton, Rosanne Fabi, Joe Fisher, Mark Florack, Kori Hamilton, Joseph Hanss, Richard Hanss, Kathleen Lenzo, Dennis Leo, Anita Mance, Terry Miller, Neil Hoselton, Taylor Page, Kaitlin Pontzer, Anthony Ricci, Chris Rohr, Jake Sciotti, Ed and Karen Smith, Linda Snyder, Jason Swarts, Jonas Williams, and Meghan Williams.  (Sincere apologies to any volunteers we missed.)

Corporate sponsors were Annechino Law Firm, Art Parts Signs, Debbie Supply, Family First Federal Credit Union, Frederick Property Group, Glass Elegance, Harloff Funeral Home, Hoselton Auto Mall, Kellar Williams Realty, Lilac Family Dental/Flower City Dental, Lyons National Bank, M&T Bank, Oil Depot, Patio Enclosures, PCR Timing Service, ER Rotary, Roy's Barber Shop, Ryan Bush State Farm, Van Bortel Ford, and Wilkins Insurance Agency.

Thank you also to our generous donors: the West Commercial Street Tim Hortons and the Country Club Plaza Wegmans for the breakfast items, and Crust and Salvatore's for the lunchtime pizzas.  And last but not least, thank you to Mark McDermott and the ER Parks Committee, and the ER Department of Public Works.

And we hope to see everyone at next year's CleanSweep -- Saturday, May 18, 2019!

Event Day Schedule:

7:30-8:30   Check in; receive t-shirts, street/area assignments and maps, and cleaning supplies; enjoy continental breakfast
8:30-9        Receive last-minute instructions and gather for group photo
9-11:30      Beautify the Home of Champions!
11:30-12    Return to Eyer Building to turn in leftover supplies and enjoy some free pizza!

Ways a Business, Club, or Individual Can Participate:

• CleanSweep volunteers: Have your business, clubs, teams, family, and friends help clean ER streets and parks the day of the event.  Volunteers (who must be at least 10 years old or have completed fourth grade) will meet in the Community Center (Eyer Building, corner of Main and West Commercial) the morning of the event.  All volunteers will receive a CleanSweep t-shirt to keep!

• CleanSweep scrap metal collection: The ER Parks Committee will again be collecting any scrap metal ("from a coat hanger to a wrecked car and everything in between!") in the Eyer Building parking lot during the event.  This project helps maintain and replace the trees in our four parks!  For more information (or to arrange for a larger pickup, or if you're unavailable to drop off that morning), contact Mark McDermott at or 586-7756.

• Sponsorship opportunities are available!  Sponsors' logos will be displayed on the t-shirts and promotional materials.

Special Thanks to our Generous Sponsors!


physical location:
317 Main St.
East Rochester, NY 14445
Office Hours by Appointment



mailing address:
East Rochester Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 87
East Rochester, NY 14445