Mission Statement

A not-for-profit foundation that operates in the public interest to encourage a prosperous, sustainable future through education and experience in engineering, science, technology and innovation.

The foundation believes that technological advances should be driven by the needs of humanity and that an inspired knowledge of science, engineering and technology can positively influence quality of life, career options for young people, and the prospects of future generations.

Because life’s inspirations begin in childhood, the foundation will support children in their discovery, appreciation and enjoyment of science and technology by providing resources, experiences and learning opportunities.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Garden Party in Roxbury a huge success! Thanks to Sharon Reich and the volunteers from MARK project

Here are some of the pictures from Last Saturday's Garden Party! Big thank you's go out to Sharon Reich for throwing this event for GRLIC and to MARK project volunteers who provide delicious desserts and staffed the event.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Dimm, Jr won a two night trip to NYC during the raffle.

Yummy Desserts! We could not eat them all.

thank you Sharon

Kent Brown and Peg Ellsworth, MARK Project Volunteers


The beautiful gardens poolside.

Ed sitting in the shade beside the pool.

Beautiful Home of Adam Cohen

A good time was had by all!
Sharon Reich

Deborah Dimm

Heather Warren, Jean Dimm

Jenn Schuman with Guest of Honor Sharon Reich



Bocce tournament!


MARK Project Volunteers

Kellie Sullivan and Doris Dimm

Jenn Schuman, Woody Dimm, Ed Sanford

More Bocce with Dessert

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Unwaste Your Home

The Greater Roxbury Learning Initiative Corporation and UnwasteNY present a free workshop-

Unwaste Your Home

Homeowners and Renters:
Did you know that 25 percent of the energy we pay for, we waste? Join us for a free workshop to learn about:
  • Simple steps you can take to lower your energy waste- and utility bills
  • No cost/low cost energy efficiency programs and rebates
  • Bill payments options and utility consumer protections
Date: Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
Time: 3 pm
Place: GRLIC OFFICE
           53698 State Hwy 30
           Roxbury, NY 12474

For more information, contact:

Jeremy Schneider
Hudson Valley
unwasteNY Field Organizer
914-419-1982
Jeremy.Schuneider@unwasteny.org

Latin Classes- The Technology of Words

Join GRLIC & Phil Lenihan on Tuesdays at 4 pm for Latin, the technology of words.

This is a great to prepare for the SAT & ACT Tests.
For more information, please contact GRLIC at 607-326-4754
Limited space available.