Honorees Joseph Dalton, Lew and Pat Titterton, and Heather Mabee stand with Education Foundation President Greg Grieco
One of the speakers at the 2014 brunch was Lauren MacNeill, a Rotary Education Foundation Scholarship recipient who graduated from Saratoga Springs High School in 2010, and from Macalester College in 2014.
Each year, the Skidmore Dynamics a cappella group shares its music at the brunch.
Florence Andresen, Saratoga Rotarian and VP of Fundraising for the Education Foundation, is acknowledged by brunch guests for her tremendous efforts over more than a decade.
October 2013 brunch honorees Sonny & Julie Bonacio, Barbara Messier, and TJ Tracey with Rotary Education Foundation President, Greg Grieco
Charles Wait, Sr. accepts the Lifetime Achievement award as his son, Charles Wait Jr., looks on at the 2013 fundraising brunch
Greg Grieco, President of the Saratoga Springs Rotary Education Foundation, congratulates 2012 Community Service Award honorees Jeannette Jordan and Libby Smith-Holmes
- Anne Palamountain is thanked at the 2012 brunch by Saratoga Springs Rotary Education Foundation past president Mary Hendrickson for the generous endowment set up in memory of Joseph Palamountain, a past president of Skidmore College
- Marcia White, President and Executive Director of Saratoga Performing Arts Center and a 2011 Community Service Award recipient, is congratulated by Rotarian and Foundation Board member Florence Andresen, the organizer of the event.
Alphonse Lambert, coach, athletic director, and physical education teacher at Saratoga Central Catholic High School, shared his sources of inspiration during his remarks as one of the Foundation’s 2011 Community Service Award recipients.
In addition to its two principal honorees, the Foundation gave special recognition to three individuals at the 2011 brunch: Victor Cinquino, one of the organization’s founding members; Carol Cudney, who recently gave a very generous contribution to the Foundation in memory of her late husband, James Cudney; and Travis McGrath, a 2011 graduate of Bard College and recipient of the Saratoga Rotary Presidential Scholarship in 2007.
Rotarian Sam Aldrich shares a laugh with Education Foundation President and Rotarian Mary Hendrickson, and 2011-12 Saratoga Rotary Club President Jim Doern.
Students from Saratoga Central Catholic High School pay tribute to their teacher and coach, Alphonse Lambert, one of the Foundation’s 2011 brunch honorees.
Rotarian Dennis Wilson greets Rotarian George Walker and his wife, Lucienne, during the opening reception and silent auction bidding at the 2011 brunch.
Alphonse Lambert, joined by his wife and son, called his son his “biggest hero.”
Bruce Clements (left) and Michael O’Sullivan (right) congratulate Richard Johns, one of the 2010 honorees at the annual Education and Community Service Awards Brunch hosted by the Saratoga Springs Rotary Education Foundation on October 31, 2010.
Tom Roohan, a 2010 community service honoree, greets Kristina Nolte, an Education Foundation scholarship recipient who graduated from Harvard University in 2010.
Rotarian and wood craftsman Ed A. Lenz talks to Phil Klein about his silent auction purchase. Lenz creates a new wood toy each year for the Foundation’s silent auction, and Klein bids on them to add to his grandson’s collection.
Roger Calkins congratulates the Foundation’s brunch event chair, Florence Andresen, on her successful 11th annual fundraiser.
Greg Grieco, Vice President of the Foundation and host of the October 2010 brunch event, shares a letter from Second Lt. Christopher Flinton, who received a scholarship and graduated from Boston College.
Mary Hendrickson, President of the Saratoga Springs Rotary Education Foundation, talks with Rotarian Davis Mead at the 2010 Education and Community Service Awards Brunch in the newly renovated City Center in Saratoga Springs, New York.