Photo by Michele Hummel – Dave Warner (left) works with the live-streaming equipment. At the same time, Creative Outpost intern Tanner Jaquay does play-by-play and analysis of the Herkimer Originals ABA basketball game.
March 15th, at the Little Falls Elks Club — Dave Warner, Executive Director of The Creative Outpost, Inc., will address the club following their dinner meeting. Those wishing to attend dinner can RSVP by calling the club President Mary Trombley at 315-219-9216 by Monday noon.
The night’s menu features Beef Tips in Mushroom Gravy over egg noodles, including salad and dessert. The cost for guests is $ 15 and can be paid that night. Catering is by the staff of The Café at Stone Mill. The Elks bar is open at 6:00 on Rotary nights, with the meeting and dinner starting at 6:30. For those who wish to attend the presentation, there is no cost, and you should plan to come around 7:10 to be seated for the talk, which will last about 20 minutes.
The Creative Outpost is a recently formed non-profit 501c3 organization focused on creative content, film, and media education. According to their website, their “… goal is to develop the best creative problem-solvers and media storytellers worldwide, attract commercial media production to the Mohawk Valley region and empower Mohawk Valley residents to explore new careers opportunities by providing inspiration and training through school and community programs.”
As Rotarians, we like to keep ourselves educated and aware of what is happening in our area and the world. Please join us this week if you are interested in hearing about activities in our area related to Films and the Arts by one of the premier advocates for our area, Dave Warner.
Last month, at one of our Rotary meetings, Stephanie Sheppard was a guest who moved into the area from California. She and her brother wrote eight songs for the legendary Nina Simone, who died before the songs were produced. A film about this extraordinary tale has been made – come and learn more about this film and how The Creative Outpost brings opportunities and people to our area, enriching them and our community greatly.
Rotary International is a global network of community leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. We connect 1.4 million members from more than 35,000 Rotary clubs in almost every country. Their service improves lives both locally and internationally, from helping those in need in their own communities to working toward a polio-free world. Annually the local club contributes over $10,000 to groups and needs in the area, as well as contributes hundreds of hours on projects to improve the environment and provide clean and safe spaces along the bike and canal trails that pass through Little Falls.
To learn more about what Rotary represents, Visit Rotary.org and endpolio.org for more about Rotary and its efforts to eradicate polio.
CONTACT: Mary Trombley
ROTARY CLUB OF LITTLE FALLS, NY 315-219-9216
P.O. Box 181, Little Falls, NY 13365