Nicole Curcio, Director of the Young Adult program at the Pawling Library, was the guest speaker at the regular meeting of Pawling Rotary on Tuesday, January 26th. Ms. Curcio spoke enthusiastically about the many activities available for teens in grades 7 through 12, outlining in detail all that is happening for this age group at the Library. Activities included the Rogue Book Club, Doctor Who Fan Club, The Writer’s Blog, Star Wars Fan & Book Club, You Tube Directors, and three Minecraft clubs structured around different games and challenges. Of most interest to Rotary Club members was Ms. Curcio’s explanation of Project Do Something, a community service group that works on small service projects that make a big difference in the lives of service recipients. All programs for teens take place on different days and times throughout the week and information about them is available on the pawlinglibrary.org.
Pawling Rotary meets every Tuesday at noon in the Lathrop Building at Lakeside Park.