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Club News
Major General (Ret) Norbert J. Rappl passed away on Tuesday, March 16, 2022.  The Irondequoit Rotary Club is deeply saddened and will truly miss Norb's leadership, his generosity of time, talents & treasure, and certainly his camaraderie.   The club extends its deepest condolences to Bernice and  family who we all consider part of our Irondequoit Rotary FAMILY.  
In addition to the many accomplishments mentioned in the obituary below, Norb was the last surviving Charter Member of the Irondequoit Rotary Club established in 1967.  He is a Past President of our club, a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, and former editor of the club bulletin for many years.  Norb served as the chairman of the club's Paul Harris committee.  In this role during our annual Installation Dinners, Norb surprised and congratulated new Paul Harris Fellows with a charm and wit that will never be duplicated.  His speaking and "roasting" talents were world class.  
Here is the link to obituary:
Norb's  family will receive friends Wednesday, March 23, 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm at Paul Harris Funeral Home (570 Kings Highway So.). Friends are invited to meet the family Thursday, March 24, 10:00 am at St. Kateri at Christ the King Church for his Funeral Mass.
Click HERE for a look at some pictures of Norb's time in Irondequoit Rotary.
Rest in Peace, Major General Norbert Rappl and thank you for your tremendous service to our nation, our community, and to our club.
Over 40 residents of the Legacy at Cranberry Landing had a happy Valentine's Day thanks to a gift from our club.  Club members sent personalized Valentine's Day cards plus cookies and carnations!  Thanks to B.J. Cunningham for leading us in this annual effort!
See all pictures HERE.
Irondequoit Rotary was proud to support Earth Day & Invigorate Irondequoit by cleaning up along the Irondequoit Bay Marine Park this past Saturday. Many thanks to all club members who participated!! Thanks also to Pontillo’s (Ridge Hudson) and Guido Barbone, owner, for donating a fantastic pizza lunch for all the workers!!
See more photos here:   photoalbums/earth-day-cleanup-2021
The Cookies to celebrate St. Patrick's Day for residents of St. Ann's have been delivered! This is in lieu of our annual St. Patrick's Day Party with Irish Step Dancers. Hope we can return next year but in the meantime, enjoy the cookies!! Big thanks to B.J. Cunningham who made all the arrangements for Irondequoit Rotary.