Ann Fantauzzi of the Giving Circle spoke about the all-volunteer non-profit organization that helps underserved families in Saratoga County.
Guillermo introduced his topics as “Preparing for Retirement” & “lowering potential future taxes including gift taxes.”
District Governor, Bruce McConnolee outlined a plan that will fulfill the new Rotary “Build Bigger” Theme. “Come up with a new project that will have great community impact.
Dedicated volunteer Karen English provided us an excellent overview of the Galway Regional Food Bank.
We had the pleasure of hearing from two very bright young students who have recently graduated from the BHBL High School: Ammon Smith and Bella Wheeler.
Two awardees of BHBL Rotary scholarships, Madelyn Crawford and Haleigh Deming, joined us to talk about their future school plans.
Jim Tracy, a local author who wrote “Sworn to Silence” talked about his book. The book is about Robert Garrow, a serial rapist and killer, whose crimes took place in New York in the 1970’s.
Meg Soden and Greg Stevens from Saratoga County 4H talked about 4H programs and the new building they are planning to build.
Katie Duell, O’Rourke Middle School teacher and students from the “Future City” team talked about their first-place win at the annual Regional Future City Competition and their fifth place in the Nationals.
Walter reminisced about his youth in 1941-1944 during in WWII. His normal educational progression was interrupted by the war and he found himself in the University of Manchester studying physics as a basis for training as a radar officer.