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TBR is fundraising for Build a Bed project

Twin Bridges has two fundraising opportunities for supports its Build a Bed project. Working with Sleep in Heavenly Peace (, a national organization whose area chapter ( is based in Mechanicville, Twin Bridges will help build beds for area kids who don't have one. Included with the beds are new mattresses, pillows and bedding.

The major fundraising effort is a "calendar raffle." TBR members will "sell" each day on their calendar for the same amount of money as the date, i.e., December 1 costs $1 and gets the buyer one entry, December 31 costs $31 and gets the buyer 31 entries. All of our members have their own calendar to sell from and when the winning date is chosen all who bought that date will receive the $100 prize. Please take part when a member asks--you could be a winner and you definitely will be helping some area kids.
The second fundraising opportunity took place November 20 when Red Robin in Halfmoon gave Twin Bridges 20% of the total sale to anyone who mentioned the fundraiser to their server. 

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Upcoming events

December 9 - Breakfast with Santa & Mrs. Claus, Clifton Park Elks Lodge, Ballston Lake

December 12 - Member meeting, 6 pm, Delmonico's, Clifton Park

If you'd like to take part in a meeting, email us at or call

​​​Joining TBR? :  pay your dues here

CNY Rotary--running before it hits the ground!

This article was adapted from the December issue of The Toolbox, the magazine of Rotary District 7190.
CNY Rotary is the new name for a consolidation of three Rotary districts—the ones surrounding, Albany, Syracuse and Binghamton. The CNY Rotary steering committee has been busy at work as it inches closer to the official July 1, 2024 launch.

  • An org chart is now available to help Chapter members understand the layout of the leadership team. Visit to check it out.
  • Key committees have started meeting with the volunteers who came forward over the summer. As they identify any gaps or needs in filling each committee, we will share those openings for you to consider in the new year.
  • The Foundation Committee is planning a series of three virtual Grants Management Seminars starting in January. Attendance at these seminars is a requirement for a club to qualify to apply for a grant. There may be slight changes to the application process from what you are used to, especially in a new district, which means it's extra important to attend!
  • New committees for Events and Service are being built thanks to creative teams from around the region. A call to help fill these committees will be coming early next year.
  • The steering committee is working on a Leadership Guide. This guide, along with the adoption of the RI bylaws, will serve as the policies and procedures for the region.
  • The committee connecting with all current Assistant Governors about transitioning to become Area Representatives in our new approach to serving clubs.
  • The Finance Committee is starting work on the 2024-25 budget, which will be a team effort in order to marry the finances of the three current districts. Still needed is a treasurer and are hoping to recruit co-treasurers to help divvy up the work.
  • --District Training Assembly will be held April 6, 2024. Details to come.
  • --Empire Multi-District PETS (training for Club Presidents has opened registration for its March 15-17, 2024, in-person training weekend in Syracuse.

If you are a Rotary member interested in getting involved in some way, please reach out to and describe your skills, interests, or what you want to learn more about. All are welcome to lend their time and talents to CNY Rotary.

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." 

--Fern Hurley
CAPTAIN Community Human Services

Breakfast with Santa & Mrs. Claus set for December 9

It's not too early to plan your holiday activities!The annual Twin Bridges Rotary “Breakfast with Santa & Mrs. Claus” is set this year for  8:30 to 11 am, Saturday, December 9 at the Clifton Park Elks Club, 695 MacElroy Road.

Enjoy a full breakfast with Santa & Mrs. Claus, get photos of your kids with the Clauses and watch them enjoy other activities as well.

Cost is only $10 per person--no charge for those under 3 years old.  New this year and aimed at making things go more smoothly with less waiting around, there will be two seatings—at 8:30 am and 10 am.​

Pre-registration is a must as both seatings are expected to sell out. After each seating sells out there will be no walk-ins. Registration can be done now right here. Questions may be directed to

Donate to our Foundation

Twin Bridges Rotary Foundation is

now highlighting a scholarship

honoring Chuck Chera.

Chuck was a TBR founder and the Club has established a scholarship in his name which goes to a Shenendehowa student aiming toward a  career in the trades. Make your donation below!

Twin Bridges Rotary Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and accepts donations that are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

TBR shops for the Angels.

Twin Bridges members shopped till they dropped to help area kids who needed some Christmas presents as part of the Chamber Angels program.

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$10 per person

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