LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - APRIL 21, 2019 8041 East Main Road | LeRoy, NY 14482 | 585-867-0360 email@example.com (Former Crynkovich's Farm Market) Opening Day Friday, May 3rd, 2019 NEW SPRING HOURS Wednesday through Friday 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday 10am-6pm CLOSED MONDAYAND TUESDAY Mothers Day is right around the corner Assortment of Flowers , Plants, Hanging Baskets and Goodies for that special woman in your life. Jams, Jellies, Sauces, Rickles Pickles, Garden Supplies, Baked Goods (including new items) and Kids Novelties. Assortment of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Fresh Herbs. Organic, Free-Ranged Fresh Eggs. 5582 East Main Street Road | Batavia, NY 14020 Phone: 585-345-0012 www.KreativeDesignKitchenAndBath.com Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm Saturday: 8:00am - 12:00pm Evenings: By Appointment LeRotary Notes Announcements and Service Opportunities: The annual Graze to Raise to benefit the R.E.A. Milne Scholarship will be held May 17, 2019 at the LeRoyan at Mercy Grove. Tickets will be available for sale through Rotarians in the very near future. The Club will have a volunteer team for the United Way Day of Caring on May 22, 2019. The Community Kitchen continues to thrive at serving meals and providing a social outlet to those who attend. The Rotary Club of Batavia will be celebrating its centennial at Batavia Downs on May 10, 2019. Finally, President Jim Ellison will be returning on a service trip to Uganda and encouraged other Rotarians to come along. Missed Meetings: Tom Feeley and Betsy Halverson each sacrificed several green cards for missed meetings. Tom McGinnis, although not fined, came clean that he missed a meeting. Tom McGinnis was fined for the baseball success of his grandfather, Walter J.V. Maranville, also known as “Rabbit.” Lynne Belluscio recently posted a picture of Mr. Maranville’s plaque in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Betsy Halverson was fined for changing her own brakes and rotors (and Tom McGinnis promptly offered her a job at his shop). Finally, Bob Carlson was fined for providing a rendition of Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s on First?” skit. The fine was prompted by a picture that surfaced on social media of Dodgers’ player Chin-Lung “Hu” standing on first base. The presentation for the day was a YouTube video of Steve Lingenbrink titled “Why I’m in Rotary.” Mr. Lingenbrink spoke about the positive experience Rotary has had on his life. As a member of the Bellevue, Washington Rotary Club, Steve relayed his positive experience with Rotary being an inclusive club that provides great discussion and community service opportunities. Mr. Lingenbrink completed community service projects all over the greater-Seattle area, but also took on international projects to provide clean water, dental services, and computers to those in need. As the video stated, if you work eight hours per day and sleep eight hours per day, what are you doing with the other eight hours? Remember to “like” them on Facebook: “Rotary Club of LeRoy”, Or visit leroyrotary. org.