Reverend Paddy J. Rooney STS discussed Rotary International’s Vision Statement: “Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change across the globe, in our communities and in ourselves.”
Ray O’Connor who discussed his book “She Called Him Raymond.” The story centers around the love story of Helen Gregg and Clarence R. Stephenson during the 1940s.
Eric Connolly is the recently-elected supervisor of the Town of Ballston. He presented his vision for the orderly growth of the town in the next few years.
Known widely as “the Tree Man”, Fred Breglia gave a lively and beautifully illustrated presentation showing the broad expanse of trees, shrubs, gorgeous flowers, and wild life we would find on a trip to the arboretum.
Laura Lee, Rotarian and Historian, shared a presentation on the history of African Americans in the Schenectady region.
Laura Kriegel and Jack Schott started the Stomping Ground with the mission “to partner with young people to inspire the next generation of radically empathetic decision makers.
The meeting focused on a review of the Board of Directors Meeting.