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)
Dr. Oliver Robinson, Superintendent of Shenendehowa School District, tells TBR members the latest from the schools. Seated at left is Dr, Evelyn Wood, Deputy Superintendent.
The newest member of Twin Bridges Rotary is Meghan Lenigan, center. Here she is inducted by TBR members Kevin Marin, left, and Karen Bristol.
Twin Bridges presented the Saratoga County Sheriff's Office with $5,000 in additional funding for the HOPE (Heroin Opioid Prevention & Education) Project. HOPE is TBR's effort to combat addiction through education. Left ro right are Deputy Austin Brooks, Deputy Ryan Mahan, Deputy Ken Cooper, Sheriff Michael Zurlo and TBR President Kelly Catricala. HOPE Project Fact Sheet.
Membership Mixer set for January 22
Twin Bridges will hold a Membership Mixer January 22 in an effort to boost its membership of community-minded citizens in Clifton Park and Halfmoon.The event is set for 5:30 to 7 pm Tuesday, January 22 at Delmonico’s Restaurant, 3 Northside Drive in Clifton Park.
Come visit with Rotary members, have some free refreshments and see if you would like to become a part of a friendly and dynamic organization promoting progress locally and internationally.
Twin Bridges raises money, gives it away to community organizations along with members’ time and effort. The club recently joined with Saratoga County Sheriffs in a program to combat heroin and opioid addiction.
Twin Bridges is a part of Rotary International, an organization with over one million members whose many projects include fighting the spread of diseases such as polio and HIV/AIDS and providing clean water, sanitation and hygiene in the underdeveloped world.
Judges watch intently as Twin Bridges Karaoke contestant gives it her best at the 14th annual Twin Bridges Karaoke Night. Proveeds go to aid the club's charitable efforts.
Southern Saratoga County, New York
TBR President Karen Bristol accepts a $500 donation from Jay Abele of Abele Builders. The money is designated for TBR's HOPE (Heroin Opioid Prevention & Education) project.
Jan. 17 - Connie Bramer, Get Your Rack Back
Jan. 22 - Membership Mixer, Delmonico's, 5:30 pm
Meetings are held Thursdays at noon, Grecian Gardens, 1612 Route 9, Halfmoon.