Club News
The Rotary Club of Glens Falls presents three awards annually: Citizen of the Year, Rotarian of the Year and Charter Day Award. The criteria for these awards is as follows:
 
Citizen of the Year - this award is given to a non-Rotarian who exemplifies Rotary ideals of service in the local and regional community (Glens Falls/Queensbury/Warren County). The person's professional and personal ethics are also considered.
Rotarian of the Year - this award is presented to a current member in good standing of the club (who is not on the Board of Directors at the time) who exemplifies the ideals of Rotary by their outstanding service to the Club.
Charter Day Award - This is the highest and most prestigious honor to a Rotary member in good standing who has served the club, district and community in outstanding ways, bringing distinction to our club and to Rotary. The honoree exemplifies the ideals of both the club and of Rotary, and may be a current member of the Board. This award has been a club tradition since 1966.
Learn how you can help the environment while improving your flowerbeds and vegetable garden at an informative Composting Workshop hosted by the Rotary Club of Glens Falls and sponsored in part by St. Andrews Ace Hardware. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, May 19th at 7:00pm via Zoom. The speakers leading this one-hour workshop are Kit Huggard, Master Gardener, and Marianne McGowan, Chief Composter, Bay Road Community Garden. These women, who have almost 100 years of combined gardening experience, will cover the do's, don'ts and how-to's of basic residential composting. Once registered, the participant will receive an email confirmation from EventBrite. Prior to the workshop, the participant will receive a voucher as part of their registration that they may take to SAIL, located at 71 Glenwood Ave., Queensbury to receive their free one-gallon composting bucket. Cost for the workshop is $15 and proceeds from this event will be donated to an environmental conservation project in the greater Glens Falls - Queensbury area. Workshop size and number of free composting buckets are limited.
 

   

  On July 30, 2018, at 6am, 2 women began a swim to cover the entire length of Lake George to bring awareness and raise funds about Polio. They started their swim at Million Dollar Beach with a goal to end at Diane's Rock at 6am on Tuesday morning (24 hours of swimming). 
 

 

·         32 miles

·         24 hours

·         2 swimmers

This was HUGE!  To learn more or donate please click this link http://bit.ly/SwimToEndPolio.  
Who are We?
 
The Rotary Club of Glens Falls, NY came into existence in 1922 when Rotarians from the Troy area recruited 25 of the top community leaders to form our organization.  Men like Frank Smalley, C.V. Peters, Elmer West, Fred Chapman, and J. Thacher Sears were among the most prominent members of the local manufacturing, educational, theological and publishing industries. Other Charter Members were from the top of the legal and medical professions, public accountants, contractors, bankers and insurance representatives. Today, almost 100 years later, the Glens Falls Rotary still attracts the cream of the community. We are a diverse mixture of men and women from all walks of life. The only criteria that measures us is our desire toward service and the aspiration to make ourselves, our community and our world a better place for all.
 
      The President of the Rotary Club of Glens Falls for 2004-2005 year was Ray Agnew.  He attended the Rotary International Convention in Osaka, Japan that year and came back to the club excited about different opportunities for service that he’d learned about.  Amongst these were water-related projects.    He asked club member, Kay Walter to form a committee to explore how the club could become involved and the wheels were put in motion.
     The Water Committee forged a link with a Rutland, Vermont-based organization called Pure Water for the World (PWW).  They had started life as a club project of a Brattleboro, Vermont Rotary Club and had outgrown one club’s resources.  The project involved supplying bio-sand water filters to villages in Central America and has morphed into an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) that offers a suite of water, sanitation and hygiene solutions.  Those solutions supplied by PWW now include: installation of water filters, building latrines, hygiene education, field technician training, water testing and education amongst many others.
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We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:15 PM
The Queensbury Hotel
88 Ridge Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
United States of America
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We also meet every first and third Tuesday at 7:30 am at Spot Coffee on 221 Glen Street, Glens Falls, NY. Stop by and enjoy a bagel, coffee, and some early morning fellowship with us.
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