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Wednesday, November 26th,

Rotary luncheon brought a low

attendance. Members are prob-

ably trying to finish yard work

and raking all those leaves.

Our guests today were Kuc

Majak, founder of the African

Family Services Foundation,

Tom Weise, a Board member of

the Foundation (Phil’s Dad) and

Deb Davis from the Hollwedel

Memorial Library in Pavilion.

Some dates for Rotarians

to remember: Dec. 14th is the

Cookie Auction with proceeds

going to a non-profit organiza-

tion. Dec. 21st Santa will ar-

rive, so Rotarians bring your

children or grandchildren for a

visit with Santa. Rotarians will

be ringing the Salvation Army

Bell at Tops on Dec. 9. Area 14

Christmas Party is January 7th

at Terry Hills.

There was no fining session

today due to needing time for

two informative programs.

However, various makeups

were given by Kim Cox, Tony

Gugino, Jerry McCullough,

Marcia McKenzie, Phil Weise,

and Jake Whiting, Many used

the Appliance Raffle as a make-


A plaque and picture were

presented to Rotary from the

LeRoy Soccer Board for sup-

porting their season this year.

LeRoy Rotary is happy to spon-

sor youth sports.

Our first program today, was

presented by Kuc Majak. Af-

ter being with us last May, he

brought Rotarians up to date on

the progress of the school be-



ing built in South Sudan. This

is a Vocational Institute for the

Children of South Sudan. The

School opened in Aug. of 2015

with 30 students. These children

and teens had been living on the

streets of South Sudan. They

learned math and English, then

would learn a carpentry trade

and finally hopefully find a job.

Funding is being raised to fin-

ish the class rooms and to build

dormitories. Rotary presented

Kuc with a check to help with

the fundraising for this project.


to learn more

about this great endeavor.

Deb Davis gave an overview

of the Hollwedel Memorial Li-

brary. At the beginning this

Library had only 1500 square

feet. With State funding and a

generous donation by the Holl-

wedel’s, it now has a beautiful

Children Room and many other

extras. Deb commented that li-

braries are a valuable resource

to their communities and offer

many program for young peo-

ple and Senior Citizens. Deb

thanked Rotary for their dona-

tion to the library. With LeRoy

Rotary having members from

the Pavilion area, it was our

pleasure to donate. Also, Rota-

ry, thru the United Way Day of

Caring worked on the landscap-

ing at the library.

Thank you to Kuc and Deb

for great programs.

For more information about

Rotary, please visit our website


. LeRoy

Rotary on Facebook, or email

us at


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