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Lake Placid

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:20 AM
Courtyard by Marriott
5920 Cascade Road
Lake Placid, NY  12946
United States of America
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Club member Betsy Brown recently returned from a USAID short-term assignment in Haiti.  Betsy provided historical context for the situation on the ground today.  Many questions were posed by members present who were very interested in learning about ways to support humanitarian assistance to Haiti.
The Irish Mafia returned to the winner's circle once again to claim top prize in our Fall Trivia Contest.  A well-attended evening with 17 teams tackling some very challenging questions.  Team Scatterbrains took second place via a tie-breaker question given to them and third place finishers Team Ausable Aces.  Thanks to all who came out enabling the Rotary Club of Lake Placid to continue contributing to the Literacy Volunteers of Essex and Franklin Counties as well as the Lake Placid School System.
 
Dr. Nina Schoch presented scientific research data on the current and future state of the loon population in our area in light of environmental threats to this iconic bird.  For more information, visit www.adkloon.or or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/adkloon.  Dr. Schoch is shown with Sergeant-At-Arms Joe McAvoy who presented her with a gift of appreciation from our Club for today's informative talk.
 
Rotary members (L to R) Sue Friedmann, Harris Semegram, Rene Jacoby, Krista Frei, Alec Friedmann, Ben Kernan and Steve Detwiler (not pictured) attacked a section of Route 73 on a crisp morning with pickup tools and bare hands as part of our 
Club's contributions to our community and to our "service above self" mantra.
 
 
That is the theme for Rotary's activities as presented to our Club at a recent meeting 
by District Governor (2019 - 2020), Gerry Lambert.
 
 
The Literary Committee has donated funds raised at Trivia Night to purchase a subscription to National Geographic For Kids for every LPES 3rd grader.  Shown accepting our donation is LPES 3rd Grade teacher, Patricia Damp.
Sibyl Quayle is shown receiving the Club's $1,000 donation to the Educational Opportunity Fund, made at our June 13th meeting.  Also pictured (L>R) are Club members Sean Donovan, Mary Liz Alexander and Randy Quayle.
 
 
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.    Just 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 
 
 
 
 
2019 Dam Duck Race Video
Highlights from our Dam Duck Race.  
Save next year's date:  June 20, 2020
 
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