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Irondequoit

Service Above Self

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Wednesdays at 6:15 PM
Chapel Oaks - Library Room
1550 Portland Avenue
Rochester, NY 14621
United States of America
Phone:
(585) 210-3480
Mailing Address:  
P.O. Box 17901
Rochester, NY 14617
 
Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
 
 
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The first ever virtual "passing of the gavel" occurred June 24, 2020 as Out-Going President Bob Scheidt "threw" the gavel through Zoom to In-Coming President Tom Kosanke's outstretched arms.  Quite a feat!  The two and their families met earlier in the day to exchange the gavel in a more "normal yet social distancing" way.  Congratulations to Bob Scheidt for his leadership during this very trying year and best wishes to Tom Kosanke as he navigates us through the continued stormy waters ahead.  We are lucky to have such exceptional leaders in our club at this time!
Irondequoit Rotary's latest Literacy Project in the town of Irondequoit was a donation of 41 books to a class of Brookview Elementary School students.  This project was in memory of Pat Torre, a past member who loved children and always promoted literacy.  Thanks goes to B.J. Cunningham who led the project and Patty Sheridan who donated her talents of calligraphy for the inside book cover.  The children were presented their books as the school conducted a drive-by moving up ceremony and obviously enjoyed receiving a new book for summer reading!
Chris & Evie's Place Playhouse was delivered to Camp Haccamo at the Rotary Sunshine Campus on May 14th. This club project is dedicated in memory to long-time Irondequoit Rotarian and Camp Haccamo Past-President Chris Franco and his beloved wife Evie who passed together in 2015. Many thanks to the so many people and organizations who made this possible. A fitting ribbon-cutting will be scheduled in better times ahead.  The playhouse will be used by the camp so that young campers with disabilities will have a place to socialize and be creative in a safe setting.  Thanks to President Bob Scheidt for his leadership to make this all happen.  
 
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