At the old IBM Country Club, brick from the historic Crocker Homestead were available for community members to take home. 

The parking lot started filling up well before the official 11 a.m. start time, with lines down the street to park. 

Residents sifted through, finding the perfect, sharing stories and memories of the country club. 

"I'm here today to remember my dad, Rocky Montforte, and all the amazing people who worked at this IBM Country Club and made it so amazing in its day," said Lissa Montforte.

Village of Endicott Mayor Linda Jackson was also there to pick up her piece of the homestead. 

"IBM was a big part of our area for many, many years and it's very sentimental to us, so to be able to take a brick home and say 'Well, at least I can remember it here.' For example, 20 years ago, my son and daughter-in-law got married and had their wedding reception here and a lot of people used to take trips; we used to leave from here to go on bus trips with IBM."