Breakfast with the Clauses a big hit

Several hundred parents and kids from around the Capital Region had a great time at Twin bridges' annual "Breakfast With Santa & Mrs. Claus" December 8.

A full breakfast was followed by visits with Santa, getting prictures taken, decorating cookies and some arts and crafts fun.

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.

The newest member of Twin Bridges Rotary is Meghan Lenigan, center. Here she is inducted by TBR members Kevin Marin, left, and Karen Bristol.

Upcoming events:


Dec. 13 - Club Profile, Tia Tucciarone


Dec. 20 - Holiday Celebration lunch


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


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)

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.

HOPE Fact Sheet.

TBR and the Clifton Park Target combined  to serve dinner at the Ronald McDonald House in Albany.

Twin Bridges Rotary Club

Ken DeCerce explains The Quest for Grace Foundation to TBR members. The Foundation helps foster children with clothing, toys and other items they need,