Southern Saratoga County, New York

Twin Bridges Rotary Club

TBR President Larry Bailey

Community Service / Events

Holiday Events

Spirit of Thanksgiving Dinner, Breakfast with Santa and Mrs Claus and Breakfast with the Easter Bunny are Twin Bridges annual events that give back to the Sounthern Saratoga community. Learn more.

Karaoke Night

A Twin Bridges tradition, the twelfth version of this fun event was held

September 30, 2016 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Clifton Park. Learn more.


Board of Directors


President

Larry Bailey


President Elect

Kelly Catricala


Secretary
Christine Sheppard


Treasurer
Richard Landers


Sergeant at Arms
Sandy Rubino


At Large Directors

Carolyn Bailey

Chuck Chera

Cindy Schmehl

​Melissa Ward


Past President
Sandy McAlonie


President Elect Designee

Bryan Hollenbaugh

What is Twin Bridges?


Twin Bridges Rotary Club is a diverse group of individuals who have come together to make a difference in Southern Saratoga County by carrying out the Rotary ideal of "service above self."


Forty some people--men and women, young and not-so-young, representing many different professions--meet weekly to discuss and plan their projects and to learn about programs and people in Southern Saratoga. (And to have some fun as well.)


Twin Bridges members work on a variety of community projects, large and small, mostly concentrated in Southern Saratoga. Members have helped small local non-profit organizations with painting and landscaping and have also contributed to international projects such as rebuilding Haiti after its earthquake.


The Club's major projects are detailed below. If you would like to join us or simply learn more about our activities, please visit our Contact page.


What is Rotary?

 

Rotary is 1.2 million people around the world who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities. Founded in 1905, Rotary has taken on some of the world's toughest challenges and helped a wide range of international and service organizations—from the UN to Easter Seals—get started.


There are thousands of local Rotary Clubs in all parts of the globe. Local members work in combination with their fellow Club members to give back to their community and solve difficult problems.