Southern Saratoga County, New York

The current Rotary District Governor for District 7190 and four Past District Governors visited TBR March 22 to honor the newest nominee for District Governor--TBR's own Richard Griesche, second from right. He will be the DG in Rotary Year 2020-21. Left to right above are John Mucha, Milan Jackson, Dave Henel, Bill Nathan, Griesche, and Fred Daniels.

Kevin Marin, center, and Nancy Niles, second from right were inducted as TBR members in April by President Kelly Catricala, right. Looking on are sponsors Christine Sheppard, left, and Donna Vavala,second from left.

Upcoming guest speakers:


May 17 - Julie Takac, Life Coach


May 24 - Steve Herwyer, Medicare


​​Meetings are held Thursdays at noon, Grecian Gardens, 1612 Route 9, Halfmoon.

Cindy Schmehl, center, of To Love A Child, accepts a recent $500 donation from TBR's Kelly Catricalla and Richard Griesche.


Twin Bridges Rotary serves the Clifton Park/Halfmoon area of New York's Capital Region. Members are individuals from many walks of life who joined together to help their community. Being part of Rotary International allows these people to multiply the effect of their hard work.


And they have fun too!

Rotary is 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.

--Rotary International website (www.rotary.org)

TBR celebrated its 15th Anniversary December 5 with a party at Fairways of Halfmoon.

Some 500 people enjoyed Twin Bridges's "Breakfast With The Easter Bunny" this year, our largest showing to date! More photos are at the Holiday Events page. Thank you to NEWS10-TV for stopping by. Check out their report on the event.

Twin Bridges Rotary Club

Larry Arnold of Friends of Saratoga Battlefield, discuss this area's national historical park with TBR membersat a recent meeting.

Melissa Matey, second from left, and Donna Reisinger, second from right, became TBR members in March.  Joining them are their sponsors, Tia Tucciarone, left, Carolyn Bailey, center, and Larry Bailey, right.

TBR and its HOPE (Heroin Opioid Preventative Education) project was a co-sponsor of a recent forum bringing community leaders together to discuss the heroin/opioid problem.