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NO NOON MEETING
Dec 20, 2017 12:00 PM
(Food Basket Delivery at 7:45 a.m.)
Chelle Lindahl
Dec 27, 2017 12:00 PM
Beekeeping & Pollination Gardens
Carol Hunter
Jan 03, 2018 12:00 PM
Rotary Youth Exchange
Club Assembly
Jan 17, 2018 12:00 PM
& Board Meeting
Steve Knight
Jan 24, 2018 12:00 PM
United Helpers
Sharon Vegh
Jan 31, 2018 12:00 PM
North Country Children's Museum
 
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Rotary Club of Potsdam, New York, U.S.A., District 7040

Potsdam

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Elks Lodge
10 Elm Street
Potsdam, NY  13676
United States
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The Rotary Club of Potsdam has donated $1,000 to the Potsdam Holiday Fund. The club will also provide about $1,000 in new books for the fund to distribute as holiday gifts to children. The Potsdam Holiday Fund is a non-profit organization of volunteers, providing new toys, warm clothing and food to families and senior citizens in need in Potsdam, Madrid, Hopkinton, Nicholville, Brasher Falls, Chase Mills, Fort Jackson, West Stockholm and Winthrop. Donations to the Potsdam Holiday Fund are still needed and can be sent to the Potsdam Holiday Fund, PO Box 827, Potsdam, NY 13676. To volunteer to deliver food or distribute and wrap gifts, e-mail the fund at info@potsdam holidayfund.org. Read more at http://www.potsdamholidayfund.org. Left to right: Rotary Club Book Co-chair Duane Pelkey, Rotary President Mary Sue Foster, Potsdam Holiday Fund President Pam Yurgartis and Rotary Book Co-chair Carol Hunter.
Mikayla Rusaw of Massena Central School, a student in the Education Careers Academy at BOCES Seaway Tech, is the Rotary Club of Potsdam BOCES Student of the Month for October. At a Rotary luncheon honoring Rusaw she met with Potsdam Rotarians and was commended for her academic excellence by Seaway Tech School instructor Sonya Taylor. Left to right: Rotary Vocational Service Chair Paul McGrath, Taylor, Rusaw and Potsdam Rotary President Mary Sue Foster.
Cody Wilby of Norwood-Norfolk Central School, a student in the Multi Occupations program at BOCES Seaway Tech, is the Rotary Club of Potsdam BOCES Student of the Month for September. At a Rotary luncheon honoring Wilby he met with Potsdam Rotarians and was commended for his academic excellence by Seaway Tech School instructor Matt Tebo. Left to right: Potsdam Rotary President Mary Sue Foster, Wilby, Tebo and Rotary Vocational Service Chair Paul McGrath.
The Rotary Club of Potsdam will honor Christa Carroll of Potsdam and Shawn Seymour of Hannawa Falls with the Paul Harris Award, and Robert R. Burns of Potsdam with the Service Above Self Award, at its annual dinner on Wednesday, June 21, at the Elks Lodge, 10 Elm St., in Potsdam, N.Y.
The Mortuary Science Club at SUNY Canton donated eight baskets filled with wonderful, various items for Potsdam Rotary's "Adopt A Senior" program. Pictured are Allison Phillips (l), of the Mortuary Science Club, and Erica Leonard, president of the Potsdam Rotary Club. Donations will be accepted for the Adopt a Senior program until December 15. You may take donations to Harris Medical, on Market Street in Potsdam.
Jordahn Roth, a student in the Criminal Justice program at BOCES Seaway Tech, is the Rotary Club of Potsdam BOCES Student of the Month for September.
 
At a Rotary luncheon honoring Roth, she met with Potsdam Rotarians and was commended for her academic excellence by Seaway Tech School instructor Juddy Plumb.
 
Left to right: Potsdam Rotary President Erica Leonard, Roth, Vocational Service Chair Paul McGrath and Plumb.
 
The Potsdam Rotary Club meets at noon at the Potsdam Elks Club each Wednesday. Guests are welcome!

 

Erica Leonard of Parishville was installed as the 2016-2017 president of the Rotary Club of Potsdam at its annual dinner in June.

During the ceremony, Amanda Crump of Colton was also recognized as outgoing president.

Leonard grew up in the Potsdam area, but moved away for 15 years. She returned, so her daughter could attend Clarkson University and so Erica could give back to her community.

In the hotel business, Leonard is the general manager of the University Suites Hotel in Canton. She received her bachelor of science degree in industrial organizational psychology & business from Pennsylvania State University.
 
The Potsdam Rotary Club meets each Wednesday at noon at Ponderosa in Potsdam. Guests are welcome.
 
In the photo, Leonard (right) is pictured after her installment as the 2016-2017 president of the Rotary Club of Potsdam at its annual dinner meeting in June. She is pictured with past president Mary Sue Foster.
The Rotary Club of Potsdam recently donated school supplies from their Back to School Drive to the Parishville-Hopkinton Central School.
 
The club collected three totes' worth of supplies for the school.
 
In the photo, Principal Ginny Doll (right) accepts the school supplies from Rotary President Erica Leonard.
Nicholas Salacka of Norwood-Norfolk Central School, a student in the Automotive Technology program at BOCES Seaway Tech, was the Rotary Club of Potsdam BOCES Student of the Month for November.
 
At a Rotary luncheon honoring Salacka, he met with Potsdam Rotarians and was commended for his hard work by Seaway Tech School instructor Mike Ellis.
 
Left to right: Ellis, Salacka, Potsdam Rotary President Amanda Crump and Vocational Service Chair Paul McGrath.
 
The Potsdam Rotary Club meets each Wednesday at noon at Ponderosa in Potsdam. Guests are welcome.
 
 
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