Our final regular dinner meeting at Quigley’s is set for this Thursday before we launch into our “Summer Casual” schedule on June 29 with the Presidential Changeover Dinner at the Browns’ residence.
After a dinner consisting of Quigley’s popular beef tips in mushroom gravy, pasta, chef’s selection of accompanying sides, salad, bread, beverages and dessert, we’ll get right to it, although as always the cash bar will be available before, during, and after dinner.
First, we will be recognizing our annual SRC Rotary Scholarship winners from Maple Hill, Rensselaer, and Columbia high schools, students who have been nominated by their guidance counselors as exemplars of our club’s commitment to “Service Above Self.”
Then, we will hear from Joan Bishop, executive director of the Oley Foundation at Albany Medical Center. Her organization supports the lives of patients dependent on home intravenous nutrition and tube feeding. Joining her will be Mary Wootten and her daughter, Natalie.
If you have not yet emailed your reservations to dinner coordinator Debbie Brown, please do so at MDbrown@nycap.rr.com no later than Tuesday evening.
So far, the following people have said they will attend:
Joan Bishop (guest speaker)
Mary Wootten (guest)
Natalie Wooten (guest)