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Welcome to the Rotary Club of LaGrange!

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Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Daily Planet Diner (845.452.0110)
1202 Route 55
PO Box 317
LaGrangeville, NY  12540-0317
United States
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William "Bill" T. Reilly

On May 19th, 2020, William "Bill" T. Reilly, born on July 12, 1936, was welcomed home to Heaven. He was born in Poughkeepsie, NY to the late William T. Reilly, Sr. and Clara Everett. His brother, Bernard, is deceased, he is survived by his sister, Mary Miller, his wife of 60 years Ann Marie, his daughter Cynthia, his son William Patrick (Cathy), daughter Loretta, daughter Crystal (Greg). His eight grandchildren: Shannon, Courtney (Chris), Sean (Marissa), Reilly (Jourdain), McKenzie, Braedon, Grant and Jade and one great grandson, Islan.

Bill served in the Army and was very patriotic. He had his own home building business, Reilly Homes, for over 40 years. He was an outstanding athlete. He pitched softball, bowled, played racquetball, tennis, horseshoes, snowmobiling. He had a very competitive spirit. He was a member of the Rotary Club for over 30 years, and accomplished many community projects. He loved to hunt and fish and was a life member of the Mid-County Rod & Gun Club.

He was a Lector at Regina Coeli Church in Hyde Park until he moved to Weston, Florida in December 2018. His last words were "I want to go home"....and so he did. He is now one of God's most respected Angels as he lived his life to serve. He will be greatly missed by his family and all who loved him.

A celebration of life with be held a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Catholic Hospice, 14875 NW 77th Avenue, Miami Lakes, Florida 33014.
 
Published in the Poughkeepsie Journal from May 26 to May 31, 2020
Happy Birthday: 
 
Paul Lavelle - May 15th
Justin Semke - May 15th
Alan Bell - May 20th
Kristin Fandl - May 23rd
 
Happy Anniversary: 
 
Sheila & Gerry Burke - May 3rd
Cynthia & Larry Sullivan - May 26th
 
2020 LaGrange Rotary Trash Bash
“Be a Road Warrior for your own street or nearby roads”
 
For the past 17 years the LaGrange Rotary Club has organized Trash Bash as a way to get the community together to pick up litter on town roads during the spring.  This year in response to county, state, and federal mandates for “social distancing” the LaGrange Rotary Club will not be able to sponsor Trash Bash so we would like to encourage LaGrange residents to continue the spirit of Trash Bash and recognize Earth Day (4/22/20) by collecting litter on their own roads during the month of April. 
 
Due to “social distancing” we will not come together as a group on the same day.  Instead we will post a Town Road map which you can access by clicking here where we will highlight roads in yellow that have been selected for picked up and change highlight to blue when roads are picked up.  If you want to be recognized for your effort, we will identify the Family or Individuals responsible for the Road selected.  If you want your efforts to be recognized for a particular organization, we will list their name.
 
The following outlines the process for participating in recognition of Trash Bash:
  • Choose a Road where you plan to pick up litter.  See Road Map.
  • Please avoid roads shown as red on the map as they are heavily traveled high speed roads and we want everyone to be safe.
  • Contact us at trashbash@optonline.net, identify Road you plan to pick up and we will highlight it in yellow on the map.
  • If you want to be recognized, identify Family or Organization.
  • If you need Community Service Credit, we will provide you a letter.
  • If you want a few trash bags, safety vest & disposable gloves, we will deliver to you.
  • Pick up road litter at your convenience and place filled bags in your own trash bin.
  • Contact us at trashbash@optonline.net when done and we will highlight in blue.
  • Items that will not fit in a garbage bag, are not able to be picked up.
 
If LaGrange residents are interested in Rotary’s 2020 Trash Bash, please click on (link) to see road map, contact us at trashbash@optonline.net to ask questions, or request trash bags, vests and disposable gloves to be dropped off.