Italian Heritage Foundation of Rochester Supports Local Schools

 

 Italian Heritage Foundation of Rochester pic

Italian Heritage Foundation of Rochester
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Tony DiTucci, the vice president of DGA Builders, LLC, since 2007, holds a master of arts in administration from Central Michigan University. At DGA Builders, he oversees the development of multifamily and senior housing projects in the northeastern and midwestern United States. Outside of work, Tony DiTucci is closely involved in his local community and supports organizations such as the Italian Heritage Foundation of Rochester.

Since 2007, the Italian Foundation of Rochester has focused its efforts on education, providing need-based financial aid to help high school students attend private high schools. In the past 10 years, the foundation has awarded more than half a million dollars to students at private high schools in Monroe County.

Its fundraising efforts rely in part on its “Friends” program, which invites committed local individuals and businesses to join the social organization in improving local education. Members receive invitations to Foundation events, such as the annual Golf Tournament and Raffle Fundraiser, and are invited to attend family functions that emphasize the value of Italian heritage and the importance of community service.

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Three Surprising Attractions in Rochester, New York

 

The Strong National Museum of Play pic

The Strong National Museum of Play
Image: museumofplay.org

The vice president of DGA Builders, LLC, in Pittsford, New York, Tony DiTucci has dedicated much of his time to his local Rochester community. Tony DiTucci was born and raised in Rochester, a small lakeside community with much to offer to visitors. Here are three attractions that may not be well-known.

1. The Strong National Museum of Play. This family-friendly location includes the International Center for the History of Electronic Games, home to 20,000 video games and accompanying classic consoles. For those more interested in toys of the non-electronic variety, it also houses the National Toy Hall of Fame, which is filled to the brim with hundreds of nostalgia-filled classic toys, from Etch-A-Sketch to Play-Doh.

2. House of Guitars. This is the largest guitar store in the world, attracting famed musicians from Les Paul to Garth Brooks. Founded in 1964, the store has walls that are covered with signatures, and it is truly a piece of musical history.

3. Seabreeze Amusement Park. Sitting to the north of the city on Lake Ontario, this fourth-oldest amusement park in America opens each weekend to provide guests with thrilling roller coasters, thrill rides, and a midway for all ages. It also includes a full water park, with everything from a wave pool to flumes.