Brunch Helps Fund Scholarships

SARATOGA SPRINGS—A fundraising brunch on Oct. 30, 2016 honored a few outstanding community members and helped support college scholarships for local students.

Dr. Philip A. Glotzbach

Dr. Philip A. Glotzbach

Kari Cushing of Franklin Community Center

Kari Cushing of Franklin Community Center

The Saratoga Springs Rotary Education Foundation’s 17th annual Community Awards Brunch recognized Skidmore College President Dr. Philip Glotzbach, Franklin Community Center as a whole, and its leader, Kari Cushing, and paid tribute to founding board member Florence Andresen.

The delicious food was donated by Longfellows, and the event also featured a silent auction, and award presentations.

 

Established in 1997, the Rotary Education Foundation has awarded more than $600,000 in college or advanced vocational scholarships to high school students from the greater Saratoga Springs area. The foundation has set a goal of awarding $1 million in scholarships by its 25th anniversary.

Explore our website saratogaspringsscholarships.org to learn more about the foundation.

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