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Service Above Self
Welcome to the District 7210 Website

District Governor:   DG Penny Byron

District Governor's  Club Home Page.

Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 09, 2014


Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 19, 2014


Tune in to RadioRotary on Saturday, October 25th at 11:30 a.m. (on WTBQ 93.5 FM and 1110AM or and Sunday, October 26th at 7:25 a.m. (on WBPM 92.9 or and 9:30 a.m. (on WBNR 1260AM and WLNA 1420 or when we interview Prof. Dan Freedman of SUNY New Paltz about 3-D printing.


The award-winning RadioRotary can be heard on Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. on WTBQ 93.5 FM and1110AM or and on Sundays at 7:25 a.m. on WBPM 92.9 or and at 9:30 a.m. on WBNR 1260AM and WLNA 1420 or . Listen to all previous programs at or on your MP3 player via iTunes at

Posted by Laurie Quinn on Oct 21, 2014

Two weeks ago member Jason Maxwell mentioned to the club there was a vacant lot next to the Clara Barton Elementary School in the Bronx and how it would be neat if we could turn it into a fall harvest festival for the students there who don't get to experience some Fall activities he loved as a child growing up in the country.

The club loved the idea and several members went down, cleaned the vacant lot and filled it with cornstalks, hay, scarecrows and pumpkins. A 'nice witch' passed out donut holes and hot cider to the Kindergarten through third grade students and each student got to go through the 'pumpkin patch' and pick out pumpkins for their very own to take home.

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One of the 'pumpkin patches.' The idea man who made it a reality, member Jason Maxwell  helping a student to put her name on a pumpkin. Club president, John Flanagan chats with several of the students.
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Member Michael Ingber enjoys watching the students pick their very own pumpkin to take home. Member Patty Searson shares a special moment with one of the students. The students excitedly show the pumpkins they've chosen as theirs to their friends.

It was such a special experience and the smiles made it well worth the trip to the Bronx at 6:30 AM on Friday to do the lot clean up, set up and meet all the students during the event. It was a community service project that went from idea to execution in two weeks. Those who took part said it was amazing.

Posted by Laurie Quinn

ImageA request from our District Governor, Penny Byron.

Rotary began immunizing millions of children against polio in the 1970s, first in the Philippines and then in other high-risk countries. When we started, more than 125 countries were polio-endemic.

Today we are down to three - Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria.

But when you are “This Close,” the job gets harder.  Funding is drying up, and Polio is out of site to us and most of the world.  The problem is that Polio anywhere is a risk to children everywhere.  This year-to-date there have been 19 cases of Polio in non-endemic countries.  Rotarians can move the world to finish the job.  

Along with neighboring Rotary District 7980 in Connecticut, in honor of World Polio Day, which is recognized on October 24th, Rotary District 7210 will sponsor an event in which every club, and hopefully every Rotarian, in the district can participate.

Posted by Susan Naglieri on Oct 12, 2014




NOVEMBER 9, 2014 - 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. - $50 per person

Registration form in Download File section of website

Will be honoring both clubs and individuals for their service and humanitarian service including the first presentations of the Tansukh Dorawala and Jeffrey Keahon award.

Keynote speaker - Derran Moss

Mr. Moss is a Rotary Peace Fellow and currently a Project Specialist with the UN Information Policy Agency




Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 14, 2014


Members of the Red Hook Rotary club donated their happy dollars to support world polio day and showed off their purple pinkies to signify that they received the polio vaccine (some may years ago!)

Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 14, 2014

October is Vocational Service Month in Rotary
Mention October and most of us think of Autumn, the changing season as leaves turn to yellow and orange, apple harvest and pumpkins. Probably very few Rotarians are aware that October is Vocational Service month and most have difficulty actually defining the Vocational Avenue of Service. In actuality it really is not all that difficult when you think we all have vocations in our business and professional lives.
As Rotarians the vocational avenue of service makes Rotary unique from every other service orgaization in our communities. Our guiding principles, The Object of Rotary states as its second object, to encourage and foster
        "High ethical standards in business and professions; the
        recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the
        dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to
        serve society".
How can your club observe the vocational avenue of service beginning this month?
1) Have a classification talk by giving club members the opportunity to talk about their business and profession. There is nothing wrong about professional networking opportunities within Rotary.
2) Organize tours of members' workplaces. Occasionally hold your club meeting at a members' place of business.
3) Join a Rotary fellowship related to your business. Many different and interesting fellowships came be found at
4) Develop a club service project that uses your vocational skills. Your unique business and professional skills can make a difference in your community.
The above are just some of the ways your club can observe vocational service. In another way, two awards, the PDG Chester Sawyer Vocational Service Award to a Rotarian and the non Rotarian Vocational Service Award for observing and promoting high ethical standards in a business or profession will be given at our district conference in April. Nominations for both awards will be made on the club level. The winner of both awards will be recognized at Top Hat Dinner banquet and will receive overnight reservations for Saturday night at the Southbury Crowne Plaza Hotel, including the banquet at our district conference. Details regarding this will be forthcoming. 
I hope this takes some of the mystery out of our Second Avenue of Service and by the way, Happy Halloween.
David Green, PDG
Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 12, 2014

Rotary Leadership Institute

of Northeast America, Inc.




Newburgh, NY

District 7210 Chair Anna Johnsen

855-565-1316 - email


Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 11, 2014


The 2014-2015 District 7210 Staff Meeting at the Green Chimneys School in Brewster, NY began with the dedication of a Peace Pole. The Peace Pole dedication was lead by Doug Sturomski, Peace Community Chair. Ringing the Opening Bell was PDG (1962-1963) and Founder of The Green Chimneys School Samuel "Rollo" Ross. Also present RadioRotary's Jonah Triebwasser, PDG (2003-2004) Knut and Anna Johnsen, Jr. and DG Penny Byron.

Following the dedication the staff meeting was held in the Green Chimneys School dining hall. PDG Rollo welcomed all; DG Penny gave district updates; District Secretary Lauren Rowley gave the secretary's updates and distributed our 2014-2015 District 7210 Directory; Youth X-Change chairs Nan and David Greenwood gave updates on our Youth Exchange program; Sue Doyle and Vicki Kessler gave Interact Club updates; Jonah Triebwasser provided information on RadioRotary and how clubs can become a sponsor; PDG (1999-2000) gave updates on our Foundation & Grants and urged all to attend our West Point Brunch on November 9th in the Thayer Hotel from 11 to 2 p.m.; Anna Johnsen gave updates on the Rotary Learning Institute being held at Mt. St. Mary College, Nwburgh; PDG (2009-2010) David Green gave updates on our 2015 District Conference being held at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Southbury, Ct. on April 17th - 19th; DGN (2016-2017) Louis Turpin presented the District's 3 year Membership Plan and closing the District Staff Meeting DGE Nick Constantino informed us of his preparedness for his year as DG. Lunch followed in the Green Chimneys School dining hall with the students of Green Chimneys.


Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 11, 2014


Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 09, 2014


Kudos to the Highland Rotary Club who were the first to respond to DG Penny's World Polio Day Challenge for October 24th.
Highland Rotary Club presented a $2,349 check for the Rotary Foundation's Polio Plus program. And thanks to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's 2 to 1 match, the donation becomes $7,047 dollars to aid Rotary's fight to eradicate polio from the world by the year 2018.
District 7210 has accepted a challenge from neighboring District 7980 in Connecticut to raise awareness and funds for World Polio Day on October 24th. What will your club do to create Polio awareness in your community?
Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 06, 2014


                             Now's the time to earn Presidential Citation credit for an international project
                                               by supporting our district's Youth Exchange Program.

Deadlines are fast approaching for the Outbound Youth Exchange Program that allows you to sponsor a young ambassador from your community for a year abroad. District interviews take place in the next few weeks, so don’t delay. Contact Outbound Director Betty Djerf for further information (

Inbound Director Nan Greenwood is seeking club commitments to sponsor an Inbound Student for the 2015-2016 academic year. (Since this is an exchange program, we need an Inbound placement for each Outbound student.) International student applications will start arriving soon so now’s the time to plan. Contact Nan at to obtain further information, confirm your interest, and arrange a club presentation, if desired.

Let’s support RI's efforts to promote mutual understanding and world peace through the young face of Rotary!

Additional information is available at our web site: by contacting YEX Chair David Greenwood at, 845.677.5767.



Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 02, 2014


Feature your club and members on RadioRotary
Does your club have a unique service project? Is a member of your club in an unusual profession or has a compelling story to share with our listening audience?
We are booking show guests for RadioRotary now for November, December and January. If you would like to suggest a show idea or guest, please call Jonah Triebwasser at (845) 702-6242.
We can't guarantee that we can use every idea suggested, but we would love to hear from you!
Sarah O'Connell and Jonah Triebwasser
RadioRotary co-hosts
Posted by Greg Amato on Oct 01, 2014


Doug Strawinski is Red Hook's Citizen of the Year
The Red Hook Rotary Club Foundation has announced that Doug Strawinski is their 2014 Citizen of the Year. Doug is a tireless civic volunteer, taking an active part in the care and administration of the Red Hook Recreational Park, the reconstruction of the St. Margaret's home as well as many other projects.
Doug is a local contractor and is married to county legislator Micki Strawinski. They have two children, Jackie and Andrew.
A dinner in Doug's honor will be held on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 6:15 p.m. at the Red Hook Firehouse. The cost will be just $45.00 per person. Tickets will be available from any Red Hook Rotarian or at the Red Hook Town and Village Halls.
Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 23, 2014


was held at the Garden Plaza Hotel, 503 Washington Avenue, Kingston, NY

September 20, 2014

The training session was conducted by Jack Peluse, our District Membership Chairperson.

The first item covered was WHO is on each club's membership committee? Answer: The entire club membership is.

Among the other membership items covered were our district's 3 year membership plan; who are potential Rotary members, classifications; questions for prospective members; new member interviews; new member introduction to Rotary; types of Rotary membership and format for new clubs.

Many of the clubs spoke of their club's fund raising activities. Among the fund raising events discussed were car raffles, Super Bowl package raffles, Bar-B-Cues, Wine and Cheese events, golf outings, Men Who Cook.

Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 24, 2014


DG Penny Byron's visit to LaGrange Sunrise.
Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 20, 2014



Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 19, 2014


The Red Hook Rotary Club Foundation has announced that Doug Strawinski is their 2014 Citizen of the Year. Doug is a tireless civic volunteer, taking an active part in the care and administration of the Red Hook Recreational Park, the reconstruction of the St. Margaret's home, Historic Red Hook as well as many other projects. Doug is a local contractor and is married to county legislator Micki Strawinski. They have two children,  Jackie and Andrew.
A dinner in Doug's honor will be held on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 6:15 p.m. at the Red Hook Firehouse. The cost will be just $45.00 per person. Proceeds from the dinner are to benefit Rotary scholarships and youth programs. Tickets will be available from any Red Hook Rotarian or at the Red Hook Town and Village Halls. 
Rotary International is a volunteer organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service and help to build goodwill and peace in the world. Rotary International’s focus areas include polio eradication, peace, humanitarian projects, literacy, and water management. There are approximately 1.2 million Rotary club members in more than 200 countries and geographical areas in the world. 
For more information go to
Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 16, 2014


Hyde Park Rotary is proud to have provided their community with a Mini-Library stocked with books which has been placed at their local Stop&Shop grocery store.  Shown here is Past President Damian "DJ" Amodeo, who hand-crafted the Mini-Library to replicate their local historic library, and Club Vice President Matt Cruz.

Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 15, 2014



Rotary means “Peace Through Service” from its founding by Paul Harris in 1905 to its Establishing International Peace as part of the Objective of Rotary at the 1922 Los Angeles Convention.  “Peace among nations is not impossible of attainment; they can find peace if they will.”  Paul Harris Rotary Founder 1946

As the District 7210 Ambassador for Peace i believe we are on our way in helping make this a reality especially as we approach International Peace Day Sunday Sept 21st.  Join the Newburgh Rotary at the Armory-Unity Center on Saturday Sept 20th at 11 am for the Ringing Of Bells along with a Peace Pole dedication and a short Promenade For Peace down Broadway,

Then on International Peace Day Sunday, September 21st, 2014 the Minisink Rotary will be planting two Peace Poles. The first will be held at the Shannen Park, 1918 Route 284, Slate Hill, NY at 10:30am. The second will be held at the Town of Mount Hope Park, 340 Finchville Turnpike, Otisville  NY at 1:00pm.

The Newburgh Rotary will also be planting Peace Poles/Gardens at Beacon HS and St. Mary’s in Fishkill. TTBD.  One Peace Pole/Garden was already planted at Downing Park, Newburgh on Aug 7th with the help of 20 HS students employed through BOCE summer work program...see Attachments

We are certainly off to a great start toward Vision 2020 with the possibility of many other special sites: Churches, Schools, Train Stations, Parks and other interesting well-traveled areas in which we can make people, especially children, understand that this needs to be a world that works for all.  These actions should raise the inner vibration of all humanity to a higher level of service and love which will bring at least inner peace and hopefully outer harmony.  Join us in the above and possibly in your community. Plant a Peace Pole/Garden so we can move from “The Love of Power to the Power of Love.” 

For considerations, ideas, talks and help in this matter call our Peace Chair/Ambassador Doug Sturomski at 845-226-6752 or e-mail him at


Blessings Of Peace, Love, Service, Joy, Fun & Awe!

Doug Martin Sturomski

"In times of War BELLS were melted down to make Cannons
in time of PEACE Cannons are melted down to make BELLS!"

Become an Example and Inspiration to all
Ringing true in truth
Resonating with love and
Fine Tuning within and without
The subtle textures of Peace!

Imagine peace, Think peace,
Act peace, Spread peace, Live peace
Be that Light in darkness!



Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 14, 2014


Rotary District 7210 University Scholar

The West point/Highland falls Rotary Club, on Thursday September 11, 2014, hosted a “Bon Voyage” party for Lt Louis Tobergte. Louis is a May 2014 graduate of the USMA. Louis has been awarded a Scholarship, by Rotary District 7210, to do graduate work at the University of Leeds in England. He will be receiving his degree in Water, Sanitation and Public Health.   The scholarship was made available to Louis from The Rotary International Foundation and the Rotary District 7210(Hudson Valley). All the money comes from donations to the Foundation from Rotarians around the world.

In the picture are: L to R: PDG Carol Tjoa, Nick Constantino District Governor elect, Lt. Louis Tobergte University Scholar, Bill Bassett District Scholarship Chair, Louis Turpin District Governor Nominee


Posted by Greg Amato on Sep 08, 2014


Seated: Nuise Bhitiyakul, Permsuk Vannadit of Thai Nurses Assn; standing: Thai dancers in Temple costume


 L to R: Dr. Somsak Bhitiyakul, Tupakamus Junwong, APSORN Arjara, PDG Carole Tjoa, Sirinard Davidowitz, Niramon Zucker

     An Asian Luncheon Barbecue was held in the home of Kingston Rotary Past President Nuise Bhitiyakul and Dr. Somsak Bhitiyakul, proceeds to benefit D 7210's International Medical Relief Foundation, Inc. The fundraising event, attended by some 65-70 Rotarians and members of the Thai community, was held in memory of PDG Chet Sawyer. Members of the Thai Nurses Association performed two traditional dances in beautiful Thai costume.  It was a district event. Nuise and Dr B hosted, with Dr. B donated all the food and drinks.

     IMRF was founded by Dr. Hrusi Parida, who promoted "Leftovers as Life Savers," whereby Rotarians help bridge healthcare gaps by collecting and sending medical equipment and supplies to developing countries worldwide. 

     For donation of medical equipment and/or supplies, please contact PDG Tam Mustapha or PDG Knut Johnsen.Kindly send checks payable to IMRF, c/o Rtn. Ana Johnsen, 51 Meadow Street, Newburgh, NY 12550. Your assistance and support  will be greatly appreciated.
Posted by Greg Amato on Mar 05, 2013

Guest Speaker: Your District and RadioRotary
RadioRotary, a District 7210 initiative, was a 2012 New York State Broadcasting Association award winning program and a 2012 Rotary International selection for a Zone Institute presentation. 
To learn more about your district's Public Image project, representatives are available as Guest Speakers at a club meeting.  RadioRotary hopes to hear from you.  No obligation.
Contact information: 
      Jonah Triebwasser (RadioRotary co-host):, 845 702-6242
      Sarah O'Connell (RadioRotary co-host):,, 914 388-0780.
Thank you from the RadioRotary Team:  Bryan Bunch, Sarah O’Connell, Laurie Quinn, Roger RIsko, Jonah Triebwasser, Don Verity.
Posted by Greg Amato on Aug 23, 2014


Inbound Rotary Youth Exchange Students with District 7210 DGE Nick Constantino at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum. This year our exchange students represent Taiwan, Thailand, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy and Brazil.

Posted by Greg Amato on Aug 21, 2014


From: Elderact Founder/Adviser: Roger Risko, Poughkeepsie-Arlington Rotary

Recently, the Atria at Briarcliff, in the next District South of 7210, formed their 1st Elderact Club thanks to the efforts of Helen Reisler, PDG, and Kris Chittur, the Briarcliff

President. Together with Andrew Stein and Helen Reisler, the ELDERACT @ Atria joined Forces and submitted a grant to produce an Elderact Video, which has just been sent to

Various clubs in and out of our district7210.  In fact, a thank you from the Bermuda Rotary came in just today from PDG Matts Ingemanson, Rotary International District 7230

New York & Bermuda and Trustee for Rotary District 7230 Foundation/Founding Member Centennial Chairman, Rotary Global History Fellowship congratulating Andy, Helen, and

Myself for the establishment of Elderact, Video and overall efforts to make Elderact a new Level of Service once we have the delegate votes, hopefully next session.

SPECIAL THANKS: PDG’s Bunnee Webb, Jim Yarmus, Jeffrey Keahon (RIP), Knut Johnson,Tam Mustapha, Tansukh Dorawala, Bill Bassett, Rotarians, Patricia Rosa-Usifer, Dana Diorio-Casey, All Board Members of the Wappinger’s & Fishkiill Rotary, and the lady, Louise Quartuccio, (Stan)

Activities Director for the ELANT Senior Residence,  whose question at A District Conference “what are you doing for seniors?”” sparked the birth of the word “Elderact” which came to me from ???? LOL.

The rest so they say is “history”.  If I left any name of a primary supporter for ELDERACT out of the loop, please know that I am approaching my own “Golden Years” and plan on joining Elderact in Florida, once I can get one of their Rotary Clubs to follow in the footsteps of the pioneers up here in The NorthEast.

Appreciatively submitted,

Roger Risko

District 7210 Elderact, Interact, Rotaract, Vassar College Rotaract/Toastmaster’s Club

and Radio Rotary Adviser Roger Risko, DOB October ’43

Posted by Greg Amato on Aug 07, 2014

Seeks Nominations for Citizen of the Year
The Red Hook Rotary Foundation is seeking nominations from the community for our 2014 
Citizen of the Year. Each year for the past 13 years, Rotary has honored a member of the Red Hook community as Citizen of the Year. 
Rotary is looking for an individual or group who has given to our community, unselfishly to make Red Hook a better place to live. The nominee should exemplify Rotary’s motto of “Service above Self”. Nomination forms can be obtained at the Red Hook Village or Town Halls; download from the Rotary website or by emailing your request to
This is a nomination process, not balloting. Our decision of who we will honor is based on what the nominee has done for our community, not how many nominations we receive for the same nominee.
Completed nomination forms have to be returned or postmarked by September 5, 2014. They can be mailed to: COTY Nomination, Red Hook Rotary Foundation, PO Box 88, Red Hook, NY 12571-0088; emailed to; or in person to the Village or Town Halls. 
The Red Hook Rotary Club meets every Tuesday morning at Bread and Bottle, South Broadway and East Market St., Red Hook. Our meeting begins at 7:30 am.
Posted by Laurie Quinn on Jul 23, 2014

There were just so many wonderful pictures from this year's District Conference at Great Escape that we decided to put them into a slide show. Thanks to Louis Turpin, Gregg Kroener and PDG Carole Tjoa's son, Michael Tjoa for all of these photos!

District 7210's 2014 District Conference - Great Escape, NY by Slidely Slideshow


Posted by Greg Amato on Jul 07, 2014


Posted by DG Penny Byron


Posted by Greg Amato on Jun 14, 2014


PDG Dr. Tam Mustapha joined Jonah on RadioRotary to speak about the Rotary Leadership Institute, while PDG Knut Johnsen spoke on the RI Foundation and Anna Johnsen spoke about the exciting new concept of e-clubs. (photos 0365 - Tam & 0368 - Johnsens)

There was a 3K run/Walk (or for Jonah, a stroll) to raise funds for Polio Plus. Over 2,000 Rotarians made the walk. Here, RI president Ron Burton congratulates Jonah on making it to the half-way mark. (photo: 0186)



Posted by Greg Amato on Apr 27, 2014


A special award that was presented to


for their induction into


The award was presented by PDG Tam Mustaph to David Kruger.

Unfortunately Kathy Kruger could not be present for presentation.

Posted by Greg Amato on Apr 01, 2014


The ShelterBox staff extended a special thank you tp those Ambassadors who were recognized during the Humanitarian Award Ceremony for their above and beyond efforts. Those individuals are: 

Louis Turpin - Beyond the Box


Louis has created an initiative called the ShelterBox Heroes Program to recognize individuals or organizations that showed a sustained commitment to ShelterBox over a period of three years. Within just a few months of the program's success in his region, he developed a template that any volunteer could use nationwide. Since that  time, the recognition program hass inspired well over $100,000 in funding for disaster reflief. Louis is from District 7210 in the Hudson Valley, NY.

  Mark Dyer - Ambassador of the Year


Mark is a ShelterBox Respose Team volunteer who delivers emergency aid in the field and has deployed 11 times with the Shelter to assist with disasters such as the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and the recent Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Since joining the charity as a volunteer, Mark has raised more than $150,000 for the charity to provide assistance to disaster survivors.

Nanch Dodge - Rising Star


Working in an area with few ShelterBox volunteers, Nancy has raised significant awareness of ShelterBox in the communities she represents. She has spoken to area youth groups and has shared the ShelterBox mission on the air with Radio Free Palmer. Her goals for 2014 include a project to raise enough funds to provide 50 ShelterBoxes for disaster survivors. This project was inspired by Nancy’s desire to help families displaced by disaster and to commemorate Alaska’s 50th anniversary of the devastating earthquake to strike in 1964.  

Pacific Northwest - Team of the Year


In 2013, this team raised nearly $100,000 for disaster relief. From a presentation at the Gates Foundation Visitor’s Center to entering a team in the Seattle Urban Challenge, the team has represented ShelterBox at more than 120 events last year. The team was also responsible for an event-wide scavenger hunt at LeakyCon, a conference for Harry Potter enthusiasts, which raised awareness for ShelterBox among a new audience.

We also want to recognize our Top Fundraisers of 2013: Len Nemeroff, Mark Dyer, Louis Turpin, Michael Mira, Wayne Robinson, Donna L. Gulley, Greg Krauska, Wayne Chiles, Allan Syphers, Nancy Faddegon. As always, we are very appreciative and proud of all of Ambassadors. At ShelterBox USA, you are the heart of our organization.  We are thankful for all the time you put into our mission.


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Red Hook Rotary Book Collection and Book Sale, Red Hook Public Library
Oct 25, 2014
4th Annual Interact Day Sharpe Reservation
Oct 25, 2014 09:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Red Hook Rotary hosts GIANT BOOK SALE Red Hook Public Library
Oct 25, 2014 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Central Orange Rotary's-Coats for Cold Kids Cruise Torches landing
Oct 25, 2014 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Rotary Foundation Lunch at West Point - November 9 West Point's Thayer Hotel
Nov 09, 2014 11:00 AM - 02:12 PM
WE's Rotary Day & End Polio Now Fundraiser Raymour & Flanigan
Nov 12, 2014 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) Mount Saint Mary College
Nov 15, 2014 07:30 AM - 03:00 PM
Wallkill East Rotary's 5K Turkey Trot Galleria at Crystal Run
Nov 27, 2014 08:00 AM
2015-16 PETS (President-Elects Training) Hanover Marriott
Mar 20, 2015 07:30 AM - Mar 21, 2015 01:30 PM
Dist Conference - Crown Plaza Hotel, Southbury, Ct Crown Plaza Hotel
Apr 17, 2015 - Apr 19, 2015
2015-16 District Assembly FDR Presidential Library
May 09, 2015 08:30 AM - 02:00 PM
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