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Williamsville, NY 14221
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Posted by Vern Anderson on Aug 25, 2014

James Bender Executive Director of Hearts and Hands an organization that provides in home service benefits to older adults was  our speaker at the August 25th meeting.  His organization offers benefits including but not limited to improving an older persons quality of life, enhancing their ability to live in their home of choice, maintaining and upholding their dignity and assisting the primary care givers. 

It is important to know what options families have for  relatives or friends. 

"Our services are delivered free of charge  through the best efforts of our dedicated volunteers. We are able to offer these services free of charge through the generous support of  the many Friends of Hearts and Hands like you, who believe in our Neighbor Helping Neighbor Volunteer Program."  A quote taken from the Hearts ad Hands press release package.

Some of their services include:

"Door through Door" transportation for medical appointments and routine errands.

:Phone Pal" and wellness checks.

In home supports: letter writing, bill paying, hair care and much more.

Routine house keeping.

Routine lawn care and snow removal

Minor handyman services.

The program is all volunteer and more information is available at (716) 406-8311.

Posted by Vern Anderson on Aug 20, 2014

The Classic Auto Show was held on Sunday August 10, 2014 from 8:00 am till 4:00 pm at the Northtown Center. (Formerly the Pepsi Center)

Posted by Vern Anderson on Aug 18, 2014

More Info to follow.

Posted by Vern Anderson on Sep 22, 2014

The Annual Williamsville Rotary Golf Outing will be held on September 22, 2014

Where: Glen Oaks Golf Course at 715 Smith Rd. East Amherst, NY.

Registration: 11:00 AM till Noon.

Tee Time: 1:00 PM.

Cost: $100 per person includes greens fees & cart. Also includes lunch, steak and chicken dinner. (Mulligan tickets for sale).

Prizes: 1st and 2nd place teams, longest drive and closest to the pin.

A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE WNY CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION.

Mail checks payable to Rotary Club of Williamsville, c/o  Schunk wilson & Co., CPA. 701 Seneca Street, Suite 604, Buffalo NY, 14210

Posted by Vern Anderson on Aug 11, 2014

Our Speaker for Monday Night 8/11/2014 was Ron Talboys, President of Habitat For Humanity Buffalo. Some highlights are as follows:

The organization was founded in Americus, Georgia where the organizational headquarters are maintained.

There are more than 1500 affiliates in the United States.

Currently, Habitat operates in 84 countries around the world.

They have completed over 500,000 houses worldwide.

Habitat is the sixth largest homebuilder in the US and is the largest not for profit homebuilder .

Habit Buffalo was founded in 1985

By the end of 2012, they have built 235 houses in the Buffalo area

Over 90 cents of every dollar contributed is used to build houses.

Their biggest need is volunteers to build the houses. One third of the houses are new builds and two thirds are rehabs.

 

 

Posted by Vern Anderson on Aug 04, 2014

Speakers on Monday night, 8/4/2014 were Alex Arthur and Kelly Murello from the American Diabetes Association.

  • The purpose  of the ADA is to support people with diabetes with education covering all things related to diabetes.
  • They operate Camp Aspire in Rush NY which allows nearly 200 children to experience traditional camping activities.
  • The youngsters get to swim, rock climb more of camp life experiences.
  • They learn valuable skills in learning to care for their diabetes.
  • Nutrition,exercise and medical sessions are cleverly presented so children experience a positive attitude about living with diabetes.
  • The ADA subsidizes 50 % of the camp fees for each child through numerous fund raising events.
  • Two of the fund raising events are the Tour de Cure and the Step Out Walk to cure diabetes.

For more information, contact The American Diabetes Association at americandiabetesassociation.com

Posted by Vern Anderson on Jan 02, 2014

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Posted by Edward Stachura on May 19, 2014

Speaker for May 19 is Brian J. Kulpa, Mayor of the Village of Williamsville.  Brian is also an associate with the consulting firm Clark Patterson Lee, and President of the Association of Erie County Governments.  He is past Deputy Mayor and past Trustee for the Village.  Brian is a graduate of SUNY – Buffalo, with  a Bachelor and Masters in Architecture, and a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning.  With his background as an architect/planner he brings to his position as Mayor the required skill sets and focuses for maintaining Williamsville’s rich history while planning for the challenges of the future.  His vision for diverse improvements to the Main Street corridor is not without opposing discussion, but, as an elected leader, he understands the need to balance all views for the common interest and the quality of life in the Village of Williamsville. Brian, his wife Kate and two children enjoy the quality and opportunities of Village life. 

Posted by Vern Anderson

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