Speakers address Rotary at Silver Bay YMCA

— Recently several business and professional men were chosen to speak at the Northern Lake George Rotary Club meetings at the Silver Bay YMCA.

Fred Carvin of the Glens Falls Rotary Club spoke about his newly published book about the life of Paul Harris, a founder of Rotary. He offered an amusing discussion of this little-known man and a five-member club, which now numbers 1,230,551 members internationally.

Greg Sagris, manager of the Dunkin Donuts in Ticonderoga, traced the growth and success of the popular establishment, now open again for business.

Ken Rawley of Hacker Boat Company gave an update on expansion plans for Hacker, the area producer of the “best boats afloat,” nationally and internationally, according to experts in the field.

In addition to obtaining knowledgeable speakers weekly to provide information, area Rotarians are proud of their contributions to charitable projects through the world.

Meetings are held each Tuesday morning at the Silver Bay YMCA in warm weather and at other locations to be announced in the winter. For information call Stan Burdick at 585-7015.

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