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Member Spotlight: Golenne Kortz

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Name: Golenne Kortz

Club Role: Member

Career: Estimating – Curtis Lumber – 14+ Years (Since October 2005)

Time in Rotary: Since 2018

Favorite Part of Rotary: I am captivated by the scope of Rotary which allows both local community support and need fulfillment as well as efforts towards the global humankind sustenance and prosperity.

Bio: Golenne enjoyed her first year in the Ballston Spa Rotary under a corporate membership before joining as an individual member. She and her husband commute from Johnstown for work. Golenne has always been involved in the many community events during her years at Curtis Lumber. When not at work or at the local dirt track working as crew members, their young daughter keeps her busy with school activities, dance and community theatre.

Contact: golennek@curtislumber.com

Spread the Love Food Drive

Help us feed our hungry neighbors! Donations will be distributed to food pantries in Ballston Spa.

COLLECTION EVENTS
Frozen Jr. Performances at Ballston Spa High School
January 31st 5:45-7:15pm
February 1st 11:45am-1:15pm and 5:45-7:15pm
February 7th 5:45-7:15pm
February 8th 11:45am-1:15pm and 5:45-7:15pm

COLLECTION BOXES
Now through Valentine’s Day Weekend
Mangino Buick GMC
Curtis Lumber
Agway/True Value
The Candle Collective
Trustco Bank (Milton)
Prolific Marketing

BSCSD Board of Education Recognition – BackPack Program

At the January 22, 2020 Ballston Spa Board of Education meeting, Mark Blech (Ballston Spa Rotary) accepted recognition certificates for the Ballston Spa Rotary and Malta Sunrise Rotary Clubs. Golene Kortz accepted a certificate on behalf of the Brookside Museum. The groups raised over $6,000 during the past few months to help feed students in the district. They are shown in the photo with Ballston Spa School Superintendent Ken Slentz (L) and Board of Education President Dottie Sellers (R).

Supporting Krantz Cottage

The Ballston Spa Rotary Club today presented a $1,000 check to support Krantz Cottage in Lake George, a retreat house for families with a child undergoing treatment at Albany Medical Center. Accepting the check was Natalie Sillery of Ronald McDonald House Charities. The club has pledged $2,500 over the next five years.