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!
December 3 - TBR Zoom meeting, 6 pm
December 5 - Candy Cane Lane Adventure, 10 am
Twin Bridges is now meeting, mostly via video conference, on Thursdays. If you would like to take part, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the link.
A good clean deal helps
your favorite local charities
Twin Bridges has teamed up with Hoffmann Car Wash to support the charitable efforts of the Club. You can help by following the link below to purchase car wash tickets from one of the largest car wash operations in the Capital Region.
Half of the purchase price--$12 for an exterior wash and $42 for a full service wash--goes directly to support area charitable orgazations such as CAPTAIN Human Service and To Love A Child. A great idea for Christmas or Hanukkah gifts!
Twin Bridges Rotary Foundation, the charitable arm of TBR, is now part of AmazonSmile. By going to smile.amazon.com and selecting Twin Bridges Rotary Foundation as your charity, the Foundation will receive 0.5% of your purchase amount. You must start at smile.amazon.com each time you shop for The Foundation to receive the donation. Please go there now to choose Twin Bridges Rotary Foundation as your designated charity.
"Selecting a Corporate Membership in Twin Bridges Rotary has been a great option for us at CAPTAIN Community Human Services. We share the membership among 4 of our senior staff and therefore find it easy to keep up with the commitment to attend meetings. At Twin Bridges our staff have had many opportunities to give back to the community through Rotary service activities. And, Rotary has been a wonderful supporter of CAPTAIN’s programs. It’s a win-win. Most of all, we have enjoyed the new friendships and are proud to call ourselves Rotarians."
CAPTAIN Community Human Services
Twin Bridges has a tradition of ending its weekly meetings by having each person tell about something that has made them happy and then donating a dollar or more to the Club. In this time of video meetings, here's a way for members (or anyone else) to make a donation to help the Club.
Southern Saratoga County, New York
TBR joins AmazonSmile
Strong response halts registration for Santa event
Twin Bridges' Candy Cane Lane Adventure is the 2020 pandemic substitute for the annual "Breakfast With Santa & Mrs. Claus." Response to the new safe and fun event to was so strong registration had to be closed two weeks before the December 5 event at the Clifton Park Elks Lodge.
Those who were able to register will drive through the ELks' property with several stations to stop at. The treats and toys will be different at each station—treats and gifts, drop-off letters to Santa—and will be handed out by masked “elves” including Elf on The Shelf. The highlight will be seeing Santa and Mrs. Claus who will wave and talk to the kids.
There is no fee to attend but a donation box at the end of the drive will allow parents to help fund Twin Bridges charitable activities.