CCYC slips discs into Rotary talk


By Wilmington Rotary



From left are Clinton County Youth Council Director Eric Guindon and Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad.

From left are Clinton County Youth Council Director Eric Guindon and Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad.


Courtesy photo

WILMINGTON — Clinton County Youth Council Director Eric Guindon spoke to the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon at the Damon’s Restaurant about one of his passions, disc golf.

Guindon stated he has traveled to Athens with a team and that, just as with golf, disc golf players use multiple discs, driver, mid range and putter. Guindon also showed the Rotary club a video of him making a hole-in-one. He said he is otherwise known as Frisbee Guy or Frisbee Fred.

The Clinton County Youth Council’s course is near the Wilmington bike trail. It gives students a nice opportunity with less financial impact, time, cost and travel as other team sports.

Guindon thanked the Rotary club for its support of the Youth Council. He said the Youth Council supplies free after-school activities from 2:50-7 p.m. each school day, and always a snack or a meal and lots of mentoring for disadvantaged students.

From left are Clinton County Youth Council Director Eric Guindon and Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/03/web1_IMG_2130.jpgFrom left are Clinton County Youth Council Director Eric Guindon and Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad. Courtesy photo

By Wilmington Rotary