Rotary Returns to Raise the Bar in Support of Local Projects

[SENECA FALLS, NY, 02/07/19] - More than 275 people attended the Seneca Falls Rotary Chocolate Extravaganza last year to successfully raise funds for scholarships and educational resources for students, schools, and area agencies of Seneca Falls and greater Seneca County to support ongoing programs. Community members spoke out and Rotary confirms that the 7th annual event will take place on Saturday, March 30th from 4pm - 7pm at the Seneca Falls/Waterloo Quality Inn.

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2019 Chocolate Extravaganza

The Seneca Falls Rotary Club's 7th Annual Chocolate Extravaganza will be held on Saturday, March 30th at the Waterloo Quality Inn. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased in advance from any Seneca Falls Rotarian or at the door. Check out our Facebook page for more information

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Seneca Falls Rotary Annual Change Over Dinner

Seneca Falls Rotary Annual Change Over Dinner was held on Tuesday, June 19th at the Waterloo Quality Inn. We celebrated our success and accomplishments from the previous year, recognized our Paul Harris Fellowship Recipients, and recognized current board and incoming board members.

Outgoing President Eric Johnson passes the gavel to incoming President David Markel

Seneca Falls Rotary was proud to have several First time Paul Harris Fellow recipients this year!

In the photo: Foundation Treasurer, Dana Allen, Eric Johnson, Jim Shrey, Peter Same, Susan Noble, Ted Novak, Bob Mckeveny, Mark Benjamin, Jamie Damoth, and Foundation Chair Dr. Timothy Ryan.

Seneca Falls Rotary Board

Wendy Friedman-Kolsin, Rhonda Jasper, Stephen Beals, Eric Johnson, David Markel, Dana Allen, Linda Knight, Audie Gillon, Jolene Steele, Kathy Jans-Duffy

Malawi Children’s Village & Nettie’s Sewing Workshop

Malawi Children’s Village & Nettie’s Sewing Workshop Nettie Graulich, Director of the Malawi Children's Village (MCV) Sewing program in Malawi, mentors students in developing their sewing skills which enables students to obtain jobs in Malawi. There are several students who have since moved to South Africa to pursue career opportunities in sewing and alterations.

Malawi Children’s Village & Nettie’s Sewing Workshop

Every year, Seneca Falls Rotarian David Markel bring these handmade items from the MCV Sewing program including dresses, handbags, aprons, and backpacks and we promote and sell the items at the Seneca Falls Rotary Music Festival. All proceeds from the sewing sales goes back to the MCV sewing program.

Malawi Children’s Village & Nettie’s Sewing Workshop