Rotary is good for business
by Bruce McConnelee
District Governor, Rotary District 7190
Did you hear the one about the banker who wanted to help save the world? He thought about getting involved, but he kept losing interest…..
Rotary’s theme for October is Community and Economic Development, and this area of focus is
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.
And they have fun too!
"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 3 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."
CAPTAIN Community Human Services
TBR members can pay for lunch here
Twin Bridges members can pay here for lunch at today's meeting via credit card: $15 for lunch,
Twin Bridges has made a
connection with The Olde
Glory Coffee Co. to help
raise funds for Twin
which handles fundraising and distribution to local and international charitable activities for the Club.
For each pound of coffee sold where the customer had chosen Twin Bridges as the recipient, Olde Glory will give 50 cents to the Twin Bridges Foundation. The company has a wide variety of coffee flavors available online, including decaf, all either ground or whole beans.
Follow the links to Olde Glory’s Coffee store. After choosing your coffee, quantity and ground or whole bean you’ll be asked to choose a recipient of the donation. Chose “TB2021 Rotary” and Twin Bridges will receive the donation.
Rotary District Governor Bruce McConnelee was the guest speaker at a recent TBR meeting. Above, he gives this year's Rotary Flag to TBR President Sandy Rubino. Below, TBR's Larry Bailey, left, receives a pin as the new District Assistant Governor from McConnelee.
October 21 - Pumpkin Pals for Pediatrics, 6 pm, Historic Grooms Tavern, Clifton Park
November 4 - Membership meeting noon, Grecian Gardens, Halfmoon.
We meet twice a month for lunch on Thursdays and once a month on Tuesday evenings. If you would like to jon us, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate to our Foundation
Twin Bridges Rotary Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and accepts donations that are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
This year our chaitable causes include the Chuck Chera Scholarship which goes to a Shenendehowa student aiming for a career in the trades.
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.
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Pumpkin Pals is back!
Twin Bridges' "Pumpkin Pals for Pediatrics" decorating contest will be bigger than ever this year! Rotary Clubs, Interact Clubs, Art Clubs and students were all invited to join in the fun! And the project will bring smiles to children with cancer and other childhood illnesses at Albany Medical Center.
The judging event kicks off at 6 pm, Thursday, October 21 at Historic Grooms Road Tavern in Clifton Park.
A vast array of prizes are available and sponsorships are needed. Please click below to visit the Pumpkin page for full details and to RSVP to reserve your spot.
Prorated yearly dues
(8 months) $110.00
Admin Fee $40.00
(one time fee, new members only)
TBR members: pay your dues here
TBR joins AmazonSmile