Pawling Rotary Marks 75 Years of Service to the Community


Pawling Rotary Marks 75 Years of Service to the Community

May 15, 2015 Day of Celebration at the Quaker Hill Country Club All Are Welcome!

Buy your “Sip and Sup at Six” tickets now!

The Golf Outing:

Beginning at 1 PM, Rotary’s Annual Golf Outing, is scheduled to kickoff this notable anniversary at the Quaker Hill Country Club.

Enjoy the beauty of Quaker Hill and a day out on the links at this top-rated golf course. Your participation in this event will assist Rotary’s efforts in supporting and funding the many community organizations that focus on Pawling’s youth. The package includes lunch and an end-of-day delectable boost of sliders, fries and wings, all prepared to perfection by Henry Showah, the talented caterer of Lowell’s at Quaker Hill.

• Tickets for the Golf Outing, including Sip and Sup, are $125.00. Reservations may be made by contacting John Ammaturo at 845-855-3010 or Terry Stewart at 845-855-5900.

Sip and Sup at Six:

Following a day of play, golfers, along with community well-wishers and Rotary guests, are invited to join Rotary members for an evening of festivities as the celebration continues at the club. Sip and sup from 6:00-9:00 PM with your favorite wines and specialty brews along with an assortment of hors d’oeuvres and appetizers, specially chosen to satisfy every palate, by Lowell’s at Quaker Hill.

Learn about your friends at Rotary during a special presentation. Help them support the Scout Cabin at the Smith-Johnson Scout Reservation by participating in a silent auction of gorgeous gift baskets prepared by Pawling’s Girl, Boy and Cub Scout troops, their leaders, and scout parents. All proceeds from the auction will benefit the Scout Cabin, an amazing resource for more than 200 youngsters in the Pawling community.

• Tickets for Sip and Sup at Six are $55.00 each and may be purchased here or by going to

Make Your Reservations:

All are invited to participate in both events, or you may choose to attend only one. Please reserve for each event separately.

Author: Harlem Valley News