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The Steuben Courier Advocate
  • Bath Quota Club Officer Installations

  • Quota International of Bath held their annual monthly dinner meeting hosted by Judy Hunter, President.  The group welcomed out of town guests, Kathy Bucierka, District 17 Governor and Nancy Schott, Secretary/Treasurer, from Amherst, NY.

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  • Quota International of Bath held their annual monthly dinner meeting hosted by Judy Hunter, President.  The group welcomed out of town guests, Kathy Bucierka, District 17 Governor and Nancy Schott, Secretary/Treasurer, from Amherst, NY.
    Officers installed by Governor Bucierka: Judy Hunter, President; Norm Brush, Vice President;  Judy Gilmartin, Secretary and Charlene Martin, Treasurer.  Board of Directors are Rhonda Billmeyer, Angie Brush and Donna Gerych
    Charlene Martin of Bath received the Quotarian of the Year Award for her efficiency and continued support and commitment in promoting the Club’s activities and projects.
    The Volunteers of the Year award was presented to Judy Gilmartin and Barbara Loucks.  Both club members are employed at Keuka College.  Together they were instrumental in the success of the Quota Club District 17 Conference held at the College in Keuka Park.
    Quota Club of Bath continues to monitor and service the clothing shed located in the parking lot of St. Mary’s Church.  The clothing is collected by truck for transport throughout the United States and third world countries where needed.
    Organized in Buffalo, NY, in 1919, Quotarians are known especially for their service to deaf, hard of hearing, and speech impaired individuals and disadvantaged women and children.

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