Better Living Advice: Ellie Savoy (Aired On January 26, 27,2019)

Millbrook Rotarian Ellie Savoy visits RadioRotary to talk about the ways that her
program for healthful living, outlines in her International best-seller Stop Dieting
and Start Living has changed her life and the lives of her many clients. Once 30
pounds overweight and a yo-yo dieter, Ms. Savoy had reorganized her life by
making health a Priority, by avoiding Pretending, by focusing on the Perception
of what works and actual time available for health, by attacking wellness with a
Plan for meals and appointments with yourself, and by approaching the problem
with Passion. Among her newer endeavors has been Workplace Wellness
programs for corporations that want to improve the health of their employees,
creating a culture of wellness at the job. Some of her most important times are
avoidance of processed food in factor of what is natural and organics; and also
making sure that the biggest beverage in your life is water, consumed
abundantly. Read her book for more tips—or if you are looking for something to
listen to while jogging or walking you dog, listen to the audio version and hear
Ms. Savoy read the book in her charming English accent.

Learn more:
Ellie Savoy’s Website: https://elliesavoy.com/
Millbrook Rotary: https://millbrookrotary.org/
Workplace Wellness: http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/workplace-wellness
Organic Foods: https://www.helpguide.org/articles/healthy-eating/organic-foods.htm/

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January 31, 2019 · Posted in Health, Nutrition, Quality of Life, Self-Help  

Patterson Blues & BBQ Festival (Aired On September 8 & 9, 2018)

RadioRotary co-hosts Sarah O’Connell-Claitor and Jonah Triebwasser interview
two Patterson Rotarians, Billy Flash and Paul Toscana, about the Patterson
Rotary’s annual Blues and BBQ Festival, a music-and-food tradition in Putnam
County for the past seven years. Unlike most similar events, admission and
parking are both free, which includes enjoying as many as nine different bands
playing blues, rock-and-roll, and jazz (over the two days of the festival). The only
cost is for food and drink purchased directly from the Rotary Club, which smokes
its own ribs and barbecues pulled-pork and even bakes the baguettes for
sandwiches. They even take care to use a locally raised hog for the pork. In
addition to the food, the music by local musicians and stars from the New York
Blues Hall of Fame is a big attraction at the outdoor event.

Learn more:
Patterson Rotary Club: https://www.pattersonrotary.org/
Blues and BBQ Festival on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PattersonBluesAndBBQ/
New York Blues Hall of Fame: http://www.blueshalloffame.com/Local_Blues_Talent/Local_Blues_Talent_of_New_York.html

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October 18, 2018 · Posted in Events, Nutrition, Rotary Club Projects  

Ulster Italian-American Festival (Aired On September 29 & 30, 2018)

The Hudson Valley has a rich heritage of Italian immigration, making Putnam,
Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, and Rockland counties among those with the highest
percentages of Italian-Americans in the entire nation. The annual Italian-
American Festival on the Kingston Waterfront celebrates this heritage with food,
music, and Italian-American-themed products—free admission and free parking.
It is a project of the Ulster County Italian-American Foundation, whose president,
Highland Rotarian Tony Marmo, is this week’s guest on RadioRotary along with
Anna Brett, who is chair of the fourth annual festival. The Italian-American
Foundation supports its legacy in part with a dozen annual scholarships to
popular Italian food items, but also a wide selection of Italian wines and beers, as
well as a spaghetti-eating contest and lessons in pizza-dough tossing.

Learn more:
Ulster Country Italian American Foundation: http://www.ucitalianamericanfoundation.org/
Kingston, NY, Waterfront: http://thekingstonwaterfront.com/
American Italian Heritage Museum: http://www.americanitalianmuseum.org/
Highland Rotary: https://highlandrotaryclub.com/

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October 11, 2018 · Posted in Events, Hudson Valley, Nutrition  

Hudson Valley RibFest (Aired on August 10th and 11th, 2018)

Recorded live by RadioRotary at the Highland Rotary Club, Highland Rotarians
Steve Laubach and Don Verity tell about the glories of eating barbecue (and
listening to music) at the fourteenth annual Hudson Valley Ribfest, the biggest,
best barbecue in New York State, which takes place every August at Ulster
County Fairgrounds just outside New Paltz. In addition to great food and music
by local performers, the Ribfest has many activities for children and some special
events. The $7 admission (free parking) is waived on Friday night for holders of
advance tickets. Features include the Chef Demonstration Tent, where local
chefs provide cooking and decorating tips and also offer free samples of the
foods being demonstrated. In Competition Alley, individual barbecue chefs
compete for cash prizes and a grand prize of the State Championship and entry
into the World Series of Barbecue in Kansas City.

Learn more:
Hudson Valley Ribfest: https://hudsonvalleyribfest.org/

Highland Rotary Club: http://highlandrotaryclub.com/

Kansas City Barbecue Society: https://www.kcbs.us/events.php

New England Barbecue Society: https://www.nebs.org/

 

 

 

 

RIBFEST 8-11 & 8-12-18

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October 5, 2018 · Posted in Events, Hudson Valley, Nutrition, Rotary Club Projects, Volunteers  

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