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Orchards and Chr i stmas

Tree Farm

Oatka Trail, Le Roy, NY


Fresh Wreaths and Trees

From Here On The Farm!




November 22


Open 9 am-6 pm

Rotary Notes for the meeting

on 11/9/16

The sun was out for our reg-

ular meeting following a very

seccussful Appliance Raffle.

We were joined by Le Roy Se-

niors Kearyn Sczudlo and Ol-

ivia Taney a visiting Rotarian

Sam Ledly. After the Pledge

and 4 way test, we honored Bob

Boyce with a birthday song and

recognized Lynne Belluscio for

celebrating her birthday with us.

Moving on to our an-

nouncements, Rotarians are

marking their calendars for the

Eastern Cities Dinner, featur-

ing Rotary International Pres-

ident John Germ to celebrate

the 100th Anniversary of the

Rotary Foundation.

Bob Bennett announced the

results of our Appliance raffle

and his thanks for all Rotari-

ans and community members

that made it one of our most

successful years to date. The

event funds our budget for the

year and allows the Rotary Club

of Le Roy to do good within

our community. This year, we

raised over $11,000 after ex-

penses. Several Rotarians were

recognized for their outstanding

ticket sales including Lauren

Humphrey, Randy Vink, Carol

Wolfe, Tom McGinnis, Marhta

Bailey, and of course Bob Ben-


President David caught sev-

eral Rotarians up on missed

meetings and fines. Martha Bai-

ley, Ben Deragon, Jim Ellison

and Bob Boyce all had one miss.

Bob Bennett had three and Chris

Biviano had the high score with

four misses.

Our fining session kicked

off with Martha being fined

as she’s going to be the proud

grandmother to twins (She’s al-

ready a proud grandmother to

two beautiful children). Lynne

Belluscio was fined for her re-

cent article on Women’s Suf-

frage. Chris Biviano was fined

for sharing his daughter’s recent

accomplishment of winning 2nd

place in the Genesee Country

Stop DWI Poster Contest. Ben

Dergon paid for his always hap-

py demeanor. Erix Fix was fined

for his appliance raffle win. Tra-

cy Ford hate an interesting date

to the Perry Rotary Show and

paid the price and finally Anil

Sawhney was fined for still not

winning anything in the appli-

ance raffle.

President David then proud-

ly presented a check to Lynne

Belluscio to benefit the Le Roy

Historical Society, an organiza-

tion we proudly support.

Our program featured Su-

san Border, Director of the

Woodward Memorial Library

with news on exciting updates

and programs available to the

community and its members.

The library is looing forward to

starting renovations on the chil-

dren’s room in January. The

goal is to create a space that

stimulates reading, learning and

family interactions. The plans

include improved space for

programs, interactive areas that

will entice families to visit of-

ten and stay longer. The project

is being funded through dona-

tions and State grants, so there

will be no tax burden to the

community. The Library will

soon become exclusively a pub-

lic library once the elementary

school completes it’s renovation

in the Spring. The Library will

be offering a Used Book Sale

on Black Friday. Sue reminded

us of a few online services that

are all free with your member-

ship including TV streaming

with Hoopla and Freegle for

music downloads. We encour-

age you to visit and support the

Woodward Memorial Library to

explore these exciting updates

throughout the year!



8700 Lake Rd.

LeRoy, NY 14482

(585) 768-2400

Vern C. Falcone

Jenna M. Falcone

Director / Owner

Funeral Director





Funeral & Cremation Service, Inc.

Vern C. Falcone


PO Box 187

8700 Lake Road

LeRoy, NY 14482

(585) 768-2400