The Rotary Club of Briarcliff Manor is delighted to announce that Mr. Lou Fitzgerald, a retired advertising executive, and Ms. Beth Hussain, a teacher have joined the Club. They were inducted as members by Rotarian Matts Ingemanson, District Governor of our Rotary District, at the Club's regular meeting on Friday, September 13, 2013.
Lou Fitzgerald is a long time local resident of Briarcliff Manor. He lives with his two sons - Louis and Nick - and has been a volunteer for over 10 years at St. Christopher's, Inc., a 130-year-old residential treatment center (RTC) and Special Act school based in Dobbs Ferry, which helps teens with emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities by providing a residential program encompassing comprehensive therapeutic, social, and family services coordinated with special education schooling. St. Christopher’s is a private, not-for-profit, non-sectarian organization committed to improving the lives of vulnerable young men and women and helping them lead fulfilling, productive lives that serve family, community and society. Mr. Fitzgerald's membership was sponsored by Dr. Robert Maher, CEO of St. Christopher's and former principal of Briarcliff High School.
Beth Hussain is a relatively new resident of Briarcliff Manor, where she lives with her husband and four young children. Beth is no stranger to Rotary either: she was a participant in Rotary International’s Youth Exchange Program, and spent a year in Switzerland while in High School. “I am delighted to be a member of Rotary, and hope to be able to contribute my time and service to advance the Youth Exchange Program,” she said. “I’ve seen the Club's many contributions to our community, and am honored to be a part of it.” Ms. Hussain's membership was sponsored by Rtn. Kris Chittur, Immediate Past President of the Club.
The Briarcliff Rotary welcomes these two new members to the Club.
To know more about Briarcliff Rotary and its activities, contact Rtn Kris Chittur at email@example.com