LOOKING UPWARD IS THE 2014 TRIVIA NIGHT CHAMPION

IT SEEMS DIVINE DESTINY LEAD THE LOOKING UPWARD TEAM TO A WIN THIS YEAR!  AN APPARENT TIE BETWEEN GRANVILLE SMALL ANIMAL CLINIC AND LOOKING UPWARDS AT THE END OF PLAY LEAD TO TWO TIEBREAKERS, WHILE RECALCULATING THE SCORES, THE SCORERS FOUND A MISTAKE GIVING LOOKING UPWARD A WIN BY ONE POINT.  SMALL ANIMAL CLINIC CORRECTLY ANSWERED THE TIE BREAKER GIVING THEM EQUAL BILLING FOR HONORS OF THE NIGHT THOUGH CORRECTLY LOOKING UPWARD WAS CROWNED THE WINNER FOR REGULATION PLAY.



THE FORANDO CUP WAS A TIE BETWEEN
GLENS FALLS ROTARY CLUB
POULTNEY ROTARY CLUB
SALEM ROTARY CLUB
FULL RESULTS SOON!
Granville New York Rotary Club
 
Service Above Self!
Over 87 years of service to the Granville New York Area!































SLATERS REPEAT WINNERS AT 2013 TRIVIA NIGHT!.

FINISH ORDER FOR 2013
1.  SLATERS
2.LOOKING UPWARD
3. MISH MASH
4. PAWLET CRICKET CLUB
5. SUNY -PLATTSBURGH
6. SUPERVIZORS
7. ROTARY RAPTORS
8.POULTNEY ROTARY CLUB
9. UNDERDOGS
10.SAINT GOBAIN
11.GRANVILLE LIONS
12. LES-QUIZERABLES
12. CRASH TEST DUMMIES
13. REPLACEMENTS
14. TD BANK
15.KEN JENNINGS DUMBER COUSINS

JOHN MANCHESTER AWARDED PAUL HARRIS FELLOWSHIP FOR HIS OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNITY AND TO ROTARY!

SALEM ROTARY CLUB ENJOYS TRIVIA VICTORY!
and the STUDENTS ENJOY THEIR SUCCESS!


TRIVIA TEAM STANDINGS  --  JAN. 2012
Standings                         Totals—(out of 80 questions)
1.   Salem R.C.                           59
2.  Looking Upward                    57
2.  Slaters                                   57
3.  CoMainers                             54
3.  SUNY Plattsburgh                 54
4.  Lions Club                             53
4.  Whiz Kids                              53
5.  Ken Jennings Dumber Cousins          52
5.  St. Gobain                             52
6.  Birch Hill                                50
6.  Glens Falls R.C. Wheels       50
6.  Poultney Women’s Club        50
7.  ½ Dozen Disciples                 49
7.  Better Than You                     49
7.  Super Vizers                          49
8.  BIRMC WINNS                      47
8.  Fair Haven R.C.                     47
9.  Adirondack 18                        45
9.  The Knights Who Say Ni        45
10.  Poultney R.C.                       43
11.  T. D. Bankers                       43
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2.  Granville R.C.                       42
13.  Crash Test Dummies            39

NOVEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH
NICK KASHNER





 The Granville Rotary Club honored Nick Kashner as their November Student of the Month. Nick was cited for his service to the school, the community and for his academic accomplishments. He is pictured with (l-r) GCS Superintendent of Schools Mark Bessen, his mother Beth and Granville Rotary Club President Bob Golden.


OCTOBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH

ROTARY'S CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

John Freed is presented the Granville Citizen of the Year Award for his efforts in rehabilitating the Vetrean's Clock located at the corener of Main and North Street on the Bank lawn.  His tireless efforts to fix the Veteran's Clock which has not been workiing for many years is commendable and he has been recognized as having brought this symbol of heroism and sacrifice to working order in remembrance of our veterans.

Thanks John for our efforts.  We appreciate it.

GRANVILLE ROTARIAN OF THE YEAR DAVE O'BRIEN

Outgoing President Steve Williams presents Dave O'Brien with the Granville Rotary Club's Rotarian of the Year
award for his tireless efforts and contributions on behalf of the Rotary Club. 

BOB Golden is sworn in as the Granville Rotary President by Assistant District Governor Charlie Perry from Salem


STUDENT OF THE MONTH
APRIL



Roger Forando introduced Meghan O’Brien, who coincidentally was featured in a photograph in the Post Star today winning the hurdles at a local high school track meet. He noted both of her parents are Granville graduates. Meghan is 4th in her class, has participated in four sports while in high school, and has been involved in numerous community activities, including the Walkathon for the Haynes House of Hope. She is in the High School Jazz Band and several other clubs and activities. Next year she will attend Saint Lawrence University and plans to double major in biology and psychology with the intention of developing an expertise in neuroscience and obtaining an MD in physical medicine or psychiatry or a PhD in psychology. When asked her opinion of the Granville schools, Meghan noted she likes the close knit community, the personal recognition, and the chance to take college level courses sponsored by Syracuse University.  Our congratulations to Meghan and our best wishes for her future success.

STUDENT OF THE MONTH
MARCH  ALYSSA MARTEL
                Alyssa Martel, daughter of Becky and Bill Martel of Granville was honored as the March Outstanding Student of the Month by the Granville Rotary Club at its April 13 meeting at AJ’s Restaurant.  Program Chairperson and Rotarian Roger Forando reviewed a list of exceptional accomplishments for Alyssa including extensive Girl Scout Work projects, the Adopt a Family program, Granville Clean-Up day,  People to People ambassador in Europe, an accomplished band member and All County flutist, plus athletic experience and accomplishments in field hockey, track, softball and cheerleading.  Besides working part-time at Rathbun’s maple Sugar House and Scotties’, Alyssa will graduate #1 in her class and plans to enroll at Elmira College with a long term goal of becoming a speech therapist.  Alyssa received a Rotary Commendation Certificate and a US Savings Bond in recognition of her accomplishments.

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