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Annual Rotary Golf Outing -- Wednesday,  Aug. 29

Registration Now Open

PLATTSBURGH, NEW YORK __ The Rotary Club of Plattsburgh will hosts its annual Golf Outing at The Barracks Golf Course in Plattsburgh, on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018.  The tournament will start with registration at noon at the course, located at 24 Golf Course Road, and end with a pulled pork dinner and awards at the end of the tournament. More


32 Teams to compete for $500 top prize at Battle of Plattsburgh Festivities, Sept. 8


The Rotary Club of Plattsburgh will be sponsoring the ninth annual bed races as part of the 2018 Battle of Plattsburgh Commemorative Weekend. The bed races will take place on City Hall Place in downtown Plattsburgh on Saturday, Sept. 8, at approximately 11:00 am, prior to the annual Battle of Plattsburgh parade, and the club is currently recruiting up to 32 teams for the competition that will vie for a first place prize of $500. More

Long-time Rotary Club of Plattsburgh members Cathy Forget, Peter Cadieux and MaryAnne Bukolt-Ryder were named Paul Harris Fellows during the club's annual Paul Harris Dinner on Wednesday, May 2, 2018.  

A 2017 Harley-Davidson Softail Deluxe was raffled off on Wednesday, May 30th during the regular weekly Rotary Club of Plattsburgh meeting.  This classic showstopper was won by fellow Rotarian Graham Niles. 
Partial proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward the replacement of an aging fire safety trailer used by the Clinton County Firefighters’ Association. 
Many thanks go out to Lake City Choppers/North End Harley-Davidson for this opportunity!

Rotary Fishing Classic Ends with Changes
Team Competition Remained the Same
PLATTSBURGH, NY __ Tracey Gaudette of Milton, Vt. held on to the lead in the Lake Trout division throughout the weekend with his 14 lb., 2.5 oz. catch on Friday. In the Salmon division, Pat Aragosa of Scotia, NY, moved into first in the late hours of the tournament with his 5 pound, 4.5 ounce catch. In the Walleye Division, Rick Boutah of St. Albans, VT, remained in first place with his 8 lb., 1.5 oz. fish he caught on Saturday.
In the Team Competition, nothing changed in Sunday with Phishheads retaining first place with 738 points from a combo of Lake Trout and Walleye (Sherwood Dubrey of Ellenburg Depot, Mitch Reyor of Tupper Lake, Ricky Reyor of Malone, and Ron Miner of Saranac), just slightly ahead of Lucky Catch in second with 723 points from a Lake Trout and Salmon  (Tracey Gaudette of Milton and Chris Howard from Isle La Motte) and Lambert Marine with 722 points (Bobby Roberts from Stowe, Joe Bombard from Fairfax, Tom Burns from Williamsburg [VA] and Chad Lambert of Burlington) from a a Lake Trout and a Salmon. Since the inception of the team Competition, this is the closest in points it has ever been for the final tally.
Reef revisited

A giant artificial reef in the shape of a Rotary wheel restores marine life and protects the livelihood of several fishing villages in the

Laura Bush addresses Rotarians

Former first lady of the United States speaks at

International Inspiration

A princess, 3 prime ministers, and a former first lady join 25,000 in Toronto to celebrate Rotary’s good work and plan more of

Canada a champion in polio eradication

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accepts polio eradication award

Rotary world gathers in Atlanta to celebrate 100 years

2017 Rotary Convention offers five days of inspiring speakers, exciting events, and opportunities to connect with club members from around the world