Final 7 days, the Mineola-Garden Town Rotary held a joint social/fellowship event with the Williston Park Rotary Club. A rousing accomplishment, associates and visitors collected at the Morgan Parc apartment’s outstanding rooftop lounge found on 2nd Road in Mineola—just over the Franklin Avenue/Mineola Boulevard LIRR bridge.
The Mineola-Back garden Town Club thanks the Williston Park Rotary for laying out a large and enticing spread of connoisseur sandwiches, wraps and salads, not to mention the gourmand cookie platters for dessert, along with a total bar delivering a generous collection of beverages including wines and beers.
It has been the tradition of the club to maintain fellowship night activities at different neighborhood venues in the course of the Rotary yr. Always open to the public, our fellowship socials deliver the opportunity to community and to involve members’ spouses and attendees alongside with future customers who would like to discover far more about Rotary’s solutions and actions.
During the decades, Rotary has scheduled, and proceeds to schedule noteworthy lunch meeting speakers symbolizing a variety of firms, charitable corporations, educational facilities, political companies and a lot of other regions of common desire. In addition to our roster of conference speakers, our distinctive situations include our once-a-year Vacation Luncheon Get together, and Community Assistance award celebration alongside with many other award presentations.
Our Club appears to be ahead to continuing our lunch conferences on 2nd and fourth Tuesdays at Calogero’s until finally this kind of time as the Garden City Hotel, our traditional conference venue, resumes lunch support.
Should you would like to reserve for a lunch assembly, which is open to the general public, for a charge of $30, email club president Diane Marmann at [email protected]
Sept. 14—Digital specialist John Feyrer on how technological innovation has adjusted the globe.
Sept. 28—Nassau County Govt Laura Curran on the county’s problems and people worries.
—Submitted by the Mineola-Backyard garden Town Rotary