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The Red Hook Rotary Club and the Red Hook Public Library will be hosting a giant used book sale on Saturday, October 25, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Red Hook Village Hall, 7467 South Broadway in the heart of Red Hook.
Books of all kinds will be on sale at bargain prices. Proceeds will benefit the Red Hook Public Library’s early literacy program, in support of Rotary's campaign to improve literacy.
Rotarians will gratefully accept donations of used books at the Red Hook Public Library, 7444 South Broadway Red Hook, on Saturday, October 4, 11 and 18, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each day. Books in good condition are welcome; no textbooks or encyclopedias please.
This weekend on RadioRotary
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Our guest speaker this week was Dr. Martin Handler, Superintendent of the Pine Plains Schools, who spoke to us about the future of public education. We surprised Dr. Handler with a Paul Harris award that was provided by his former Rotary Club in Pennsylvania. (photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
It will cost approximately $1,000.00 to host his event. member are asked to bring their personal donations to our next meeting and give them to Bruce Martin. The club's board of directors is considering a donation from the club. Checks should be made payable to "Bard Collage" with the
words "Bard Model UN" in the note section.
Shown in the photo are speaker host Bruce Martin, President Chris Chale, Natalie Hayes of Red hook High School, Jason Toney of Bard College, Templeton Kay of Red Hook High School and advisor Bonnie Goad. (photos: Rev. Fred Cartier)
4th: Taken yesterday on my first Rotary weekend with my district!
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Our speaker this week: Susan Goodman Goldstein brought us an excellent speaker (not that our other speakers are not excellent as well), Natalie Jackson, PhD. Natalie came to this area to work for the polling group at Marist College. In May, Natalie left Marist and started working for the Huffington Post in their polling division (formerly Pollster.com). Natalie is a Senior Data Scientist. Her work currently involves collecting polling results from the various polling companies for a particular political race, analyzing the results and summarizing the results in a chart to give an overview of all the polling data. She spoke about the many factors that need to be considered when conducting a poll. When analyzing poll results you need to know who was polled; what questions were asked, and how many people were polled. Our members asked Natalie many questions, which is a sign of a job well done!
Susan distributed a flyer to the members present, a copy of which can be found here: http://clubrunner.blob.core.windows.net/00000002251/en-us/files/homepage/running-for-glenn-goldstein-part-1/Fred team 1.pdf and http://clubrunner.blob.core.windows.net/00000002251/en-us/files/homepage/running-for-glenn-goldstein-part-2/Fred team 2.pdf relating to Natalie Jackson running in the NYC Marathon November 2. Natalie is running to raise funds for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in memory of Glenn Goldstein. When you read Natalie’s story of her friendship with Glenn, you remember the great person we lost.
Our guest speaker was our District Governor Penny Byron who was making her official visit. Penny shared with us some of her goals to "Light Up Rotary" in the Hudson Vally and by increasing public knowledge of the great things local Rotarians do to support their communities. (photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
Our special guest was AG Lou Turpin (shown here with President Chris Chale) who prepared us for our official visit from District Governor Penny Byron. Committee reports were also given. (photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
Our guest speaker was Caroline Girard-Cartier, who spoke about Weeds: the Good, the Bad and the Beautiful. Caroline shared with us her considerable knowledge on invasive species and about helpful weeds. Shown above are President Chris Chale, Caroline Girard-Cartier and speaker host Rev. Fred Cartier (photo: Jonah Triebwasser)
Our guest speaker was our own Walter Avis who told us about his time in the National Guard and ended with a touching story of a soldier’s return home.
Our exchange student Larissa Kress presented YEX advisor Tim Lynch the awards that our Interact club received at the District Conference. (photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
Our new officers were installed by Honorary member and Town Clerk Sue McCann. From left to right are Vice-President Rev Michael Shafer, Secretary Hon. Jonah Triebwasser, president-elect Susan Simon, 3 year Director Rob Latimer, President Chris Chale, Esq., Treasurer Walter Avis and Sue McCann. (photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
Linda Greenblatt was recognized as Rotarian of the Year. Linda has been a tireless worker on behalf of the club, especially her work with our new generations. (photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
We also congratulated members with perfect attendance: Chris Chale 2 years, Susan Simon 3 years, Jonah Triebwasser 8 years, Carl Dowden 26 years and Bud Weaver 41 years. (photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
(photo: Rev. Fred Cartier)
We wished bon voyage to our YEX student Abby Romm who will spending the next school year in Italy. Abby has been taking an intensive Italian course to prepare for her trip. Shown here are President Chris Chale, Abby and YEX Officer Tim Lynch. (photos: Rev. Fred Cartier)
Project: Red Hook Rotary Club.org
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