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Community Service Award Nomination

The Seneca Falls Rotary wishes to honor a person who has greatly contributed to the local community by giving this individual a Paul Harris Award. The Paul Harris Award is one of the highest honors that a Rotarian can bestow on any individual.

Please read the following and use the attached form to nominate someone you feel is worthy.

Save the Date

The 5th Annual Chocolate Extravaganza was a huge success. We can’t wait for 2018!

 

Wine Water and Jazz

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Sunday, September 10, 2017,
Goose Watch Winery-more info to follow

 

Seneca Falls Rotary Annual Change Over Dinner

Seneca Falls Rotary Annual Change Over Dinner was held on Tuesday June 21 at the Waterloo Holiday 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 Jolene Lanphear “passes” the gavel to incoming President Stephen Beals

2016 Change Over Dinner

Foundation Chair Dr. Timothy Ryan presents the Paul Harris Fellow 2015/2016 Recipients: Elizabeth Becht, Bernard Horle, Wendy Friedman-Kolsin, Gerald Macaluso and Kenneth Mitchell. (Not pictured Calvin Brainard and Peter Crego)

The Seneca Falls Rotary Club is happy to welcome David Markel home from his annual trip to Malawi, Africa. He returned with this hand painted sign thanking our club and other clubs in our area that helped to support our project this year.

 

 

 

 

 

The Mynderse Acadamy Scholarship Recipients

President Stephen Beals and Youth/Literacy Chair Liz Becht with our scholarship recipients, Hannah Miller, Michael Garafalo, Delaney Lukowski, Jordan Rector

 

 

 

Current Project

Malawi Children’s Village (MCV)

The Malawi Children’s Village has recently become one of our club’s main international projects. We are undertaking a variety of projects with a specific focus on water and irrigation. Dave Markel is a member of the Seneca Falls Rotary Club and he has been traveling to Malawi on an annual basis. Dave’s stories, photos, and commitment to this project remind us of the importance of providing service internationally. To learn more about our efforts in Malawi, please visit our MCV page.