On May 18,19, and 20, Rotarians representing 31 of the 44 clubs in our Rotary District came to SUNY Oneonta to have fun and be inspired. From a pre-conference FUN Bus tour of Otsego County to a service project to youth exchange talent and much, much, more, we got together to recharge our batteries.
Enjoy some photos of this conference.

The FUN Bus stopped at Hartwick College's Center For Craft Food and Beverage, The National Baseball Hall of Fame, The Fenimore House Museum, and Brewery Ommegang.

Cooperstown Rotarian and Hall of Fame Librarian, Jim Gates, gave us a special talk.

We had fantastic speakers on Saturday. Including Global Grant Scholar - Lusiné Mehrabyan

Inspiring speaker, Jerry Posner

And, Rotary International President's Representative, Ian Scott, from Australia.

We cleaned-up Neahwa Park in the rain with smiles on our faces. In about an hour we managed to pull 100 lbs worth of weeds. We even had a tree planted to memorialize the conference.

Youth Exchange Students played a big part in our conference. They were our banquet emcees, our fun ambassadors, and they ran in the End Polio Now 5k.

We also made new friends, and caught up with others. We're already looking forward to next year in Binghamton.