Rotary terms begin on July 1st and run through June 30th, with the Middleburgh Rotary Club electing its officers at the Annual Meeting on the last Thursday of February. Pictures of everyone's faces coming soon to a website near you.
Timothy, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2015, is currently a graduate student at UAlbany. He is a journalist at the Mountain Eagle and the author of Pantless Journalism.
Jason, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2018, is a Social Studies teacher at Middleburgh Central School (MCS). He is a fanatical sports fan and advises the MCS Interact Club.
Scott, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2018, is a grants administrator for the State of New York in Albany, New York. He has been spotted kayaking on the Schoharie Creek.
Brenda, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2003, is a retiree who has served as Secretary for the Club many, many years. She enjoys traveling to Texas to visit family.
Lewis, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2000, is a retiree who has served as Treasurer for the Club and many other local institutions for years. He enjoys golfing.
Sergeant at Arms
Matthew, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2006, is a funeral director and Schoharie County Coroner. He is deeply passionate about making puns and buying antique cars.
Susan, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2013, is a bus driver at MCS and a caregiver for her elderly parents. She cares deeply about the environment.
Joan, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2017, works at American Heritage Restoration in Middleburgh alongside her husband Rusty. She works tirelessly to organize community events and projects.
Wesley, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2016, is a Social Studies teacher at MCS and Town Supervisor for Middleburgh. In his spare time, he is also an animal rehabilitator.
James, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 1966, is a retiree and Past District Governor for District 7190. He can be often found reading a book or four at the same time.
Vicki, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 2000, is a retiree and she serves on the MCS Board of Education. She frequently babysits her granddaughter Sadie and loves bacon.
Carl, who joined Middleburgh Rotary in 1999, is a retiree who worked in the USPS. He is frequently seen drinking milk during Rotary meetings and does not own a cellphone.