The Rotary Club of Lake Placid, NY is committed to providing service to the community. 

We meet for our Breakfast Meetings on Thursdays 7:20-8:30 AM at:

Courtyard By Marriott

5920 Cascade Road
Lake Placid, NY  12946
USA
 
Questions may be directed to:
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Rotary Club of Lake Placid
P.O. Box 1425
Lake Placid, NY  12946
 
Home Page Stories
Ben Kernan was LP Rotary's correspondent at the Adaptive Hockey finals at the Empire State Winter Games.  Continue reading to see Ben's report.
Literacy Committee Co-Chairs Mary Liz Alexander and Randy Quayle and Host for the Trivia Night, Sean Donovan are seen at a recent club breakfast meeting presenting a check for $500 to St. Agnes School Principal, Catherine Bemis.  The money was raised by the LP Rotary Club at their most recent Trivia Night event.  Catherine Bemis reported to the Rotary Club that the money will be used to support various reading programs at St. Agnes School.
 
Club members Randy Quayle and Mary Liz Alexander present a 
check for $1,000 to Stephanie Crosby (2nd from left) and Sibyl
Quayle (2nd from right) representing the Educational Opportunity
Fund.  These proceeds from our Trivia Night will be used by the 
LP Elementary School to provide additional services and
equipment to benefit the students.
 
The team from the Raquette River Brewery was victorious in a very challenging Trivia Night competition on October 2, 2018.
The Rotary Club of Lake Placid was pleased to host the 2018 Teddy Bear Picnic on September 23rd.  We had a great turnout on a very sunny first day of Autumn.
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On July 1, 2018 at the High Peaks Resort in Lake Placid, club leadership changed hands with Martha Spear turning over the presidential gavel to Sue Friedmann.  Click the Changeover Dinner link in our photo albums area for more pictures.
A BIG THANK YOU to all the incredible volunteers who helped make this 15th year's Dam Duck Race our most successful ever!
Glorious weather, crowds of people from near and far, great food, a beer garden, a bucking bronco, a money cube, great prizes, and of course, our special favorite lemonade stand, this takes our annual biggest fundraiser to a whole new level of success. It couldn't happen without you! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
 
 
The much-needed storage shed on the grounds of the Shipman Youth Center, is now complete thanks to a few highly dedicated volunteers.
A BIG thank you to Randy Quayle, Bob Hanna, Gene Genegal, Mary Liz Alexander & Bill Barnes.
We will now have a permanent home for all our Rotary items that need storing throughout the year.
Ducks are warm and dry!
Trivia Committee: Randy Quayle (left) and Mary Liz Alexander (right)
Presenting a $2,500 check to Mary Dietrich (center left) & Sibil Quayle (center right)
for the Education Opportunity Fund to purchased unbudgeted, yet need items for our
local schoolchildren. The money was raised at the recent Trivia Night.
 
 
 
Shelter Box
Emergencies don't take holidays
Floods, earthquakes, severe storms happen 24/7/365.  A gift to ShelterBox, a Rotary sponsored program. can provide several different types of urgently needed emergency equipment.    Club Member Gina Jadwisiak has made it easy to do - - use the link on the left side of this page to download the ShelterBox gift form showing many ideas . Your one gift will bring much help and aid to those in need.  Learn about ShelterBox by visiting https://www.shelterbox.org 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Watch this year's exciting Dam Duck Race

SAVE THE DATE for next year's race - June 15th 2019

 

 
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