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We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Four Brothers Pizza & Restaurant
654 US-6 (Route 6)
845-628-4404
Mahopac, NY  10541
United States
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The Lake Mahopac Rotary Club is pleased to announce it’s upcoming 5th Annual Doo Wop Rock And Roll Oldies Show to be held on Friday, May 12th at the Mahopac High School starting at 7 PM.
 
Headlining this year’s show will be Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend Charlie Thomas and his Drifters known for their timeless classics such as “There Goes My Baby”, “Up On The Roof”, “On Broadway”, "Save The Last Dance For Me", "This Magic Moment" and “Under The Boardwalk”.
 
The Chiffons featuring original lead singer Judy Mann, will also be appearing and singing all of their memorable hits which include “Sweet Talking Guy”, “One Fine Day” and their #1 1963 tune – “He’s So Fine”.
 
Making another return to the Rotary Club’s shows will be Staten Island’s own, Vito Picone & The Elegants, remembered for their doo wop classic “Little Star”, which went to #1 in the summer of 1958.
 
This year’s event will be hosted by radio personality Johnny Z of WVOX-AM 1460 and will feature the Coda Band.
 
General seating tickets ($35 in advance/ $40 night of show) are available to purchase at Tompkins Mahopac Bank (Mahopac Branch), PCSB Bank (Mahopac Branch) and at Bucci Brother’s Deli & Catering located on 926 Route 6 Mahopac. In addition, tickets can be purchased on line using www.eventbrite.com – keywords – Lake Mahopac Rotary Club.
 
The show is being sponsored by Silver Sponsor: Tompkins Mahopac Bank; Bronze Sponsors: PCSB Bank; Joseph J Smith Funeral Home, Inc.; The Dwyer Agency; Kobu Asian Bistro; Spain Agency, Inc.; Miceli Plumbing & Heating, Inc. and Sam’s Ceramic Tile, Kitchen & Bath; Bucci Brother's Deli and Catering and Mahopac News.
  The Lake Mahopac Rotary Club's 5th Annual Doo Wop Rock and Roll Oldies Show will be held Friday, May 12 at the Mahopac High School, starting at 7pm.
 
Performing at this year's show will be Charlie Thomas' Drifters, The Chiffons featuring original lead singer Judy Mann, Vito Picone & The Elegants, along with the Coda Band.
 
Please check back for further information.
Lake Mahopac Rotary Presents the Annual Election Eve Ham Dinner
Monday November 7, 2016
Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department
6:00 PM
$20 per person
 
Big election this year so get your tickets early
Congratulations to the 2016 Corvette winners
 
Early Bird - Clifford Owen
 
4th Place- Ron Miller
3rd Place- Frank Berisha
2nd Place- Muzli Kraniqi
 
1st Place Corvette - Richard Neal Jr
 
Thank you to everyone who bought corvette shares and for your continued support over the years.
All proceeds from this raffle support our scholarships and our annual giving grants.
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Lake Mahopac Rotary

PO Box 157

Mahopac, NY 10541

lakemahopacrotaryclub@gmail.com

 
 
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