June 21 - SUMITOMO RUBBER USA, LLC



Timothy Noe is the Senior Vice President of Manufacturing for Sumitomo Rubber USA, LLC. Noe began his career with Dunlop Tire Corporation in 1978, holding multiple supervisor and management roles. He was named Plant Manager in 2007. In 2010, he relocated to the Danville, VA facility where he served as Plant Manager. Later, in 2013, he accepted an invitation to return to the Tonawanda facility as Plant Manager. Noe’s continuing contributions to not only the Sumitomo Rubber USA Plant, but also our community have been greatly recognized and have landed him on Business First’s “Power 250” list of WNY Most Influential People for the last couple years. He is a graduate of the University at Buffalo with a degree in Business Administration. Noe’s knowledge and leadership has shown to be critical in the continuing growth and development of the Tonawanda Plant.


Mr. Noe
will be discussing 
  • History of Dunlop/Sumitomo

  • Expansion Project




June 28 - Mike's Swan Song



With Past Presidents in attendance, President Michael Sendor will summarize the accomplishments of the Rotary Club of Buffalo during the past year.

The past presidents will help transfer the Presidency from Mike Sendor to Bill Larkin.

Members who maintained Perfect Attendance will be honored.  Rotary Foundation grants will be presented to Locust Street Art, Girls Education Collaborative, and P.A.T.H (Persons Against Trafficking Humans)

This will be an excellent meeting for you to bring friends who are prospective Rotarians. Mike will tell them very positive things about what members of your club did to grow and help locally and globally.




July 5 - President Bill Larkin's First Meeting



 

WILLIAM LARKIN , Club President 2018-2019 is an Account Executive at M&T Insurance Agency, a subsidiary of M&T Bank.  He has been employed in the Insurance industry since 1987 with Lawley Insurance and now with M&T.  A graduate of State University College at Buffalo, 1982 with a B.A in Economics.  
 
Bill lives in Getzville with his wife Kelly & has a son Steven in Columbus, OH, and daughter Tricia in Beaufort, NC, step-daughter Kristin (Randy) Lorton, VA & step-son Richard (Nicole) N. Tonawanda.  Bill & Kelly are also proud Grandparents of Henry and Caroline.  

Bill currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Buffalo District Golf Association and has been a member of Rotary Club of Buffalo since 2004 and Club Treasurer for the past 7 years.

In his spare time, activities include golfing, traveling and walking his adopted rescued Beagles Jekyll & Max.

He is honored and looks forward to serving the membership of The Rotary Club of Buffalo.



July 12 - Cradle Beach Sunshine Day



THURSDAY, JULY 12, 2018

CRADLE BEACH CAMP

8038 Lakeshore Road Angola 14006

SUNSHINE DAY

1:00 P.M. - ROTARY BAR-B-QUE Jim Kelly House

     3:00 P.M. - CARNIVAL WITH THE KIDS

GAMES, FOOD & FUN!

4:30 P.M. -SKYDIVERS (including Joe Alber)

Mike could use a few volunteers to help with the grill and getting lunch ready, about noon.

 

 

Bring Sunshine into young lives! Started in 1945, Sunshine Day at Cradle Beach Camp is a 73-year-long tradition and commitment for the Rotary Club of Buffalo – be a part of it! Sign up now to volunteer to assist physically challenged campers enjoy a day of rides, games and fun. Cradle Beach. It is always one of our favorite days of the year. !

Directions to Cradle Beach Camp: From Buffalo, go West on Rt. 5 to Sturgeon Point Road which is 18 miles from the Skyway. Turn right on Sturgeon Point Road and go 1 mile to the Lake Shore Road. Turn left and go .7 mile to a fork and turn right on Roat Drive. Go .8 mile to the camp entrance which is on the right side of the road. If you choose the Thruway, get off at Exit 57A and turn right on Eden-Evans Center Road. Go all the way to the end, crossing Rt. 20 and Rt. 5 in the process. Eden-Evans Center Road becomes Beach road and dead ends at Lake Shore Road. Turn right and go 1.5 miles bearing left at the fork by Buffalo Bennett Beach.

 

 


 



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