Rotary Club of Waterloo, NY

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Club Service Chair
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Rotary Foundation Chair
Public Relations Chair
Youth Exchange Officer
Youth Services Chair
Club Webmaster
Oratorical Contest Chair
Vocal Contest Chair
Club Bulletin Editor
Assistant Secretary
Special Needs Camp
Literacy Chair
Interact Chair
Stewardship Chair
Membership Chair
Club Historian
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2468 Mound Road (NYS Route 414)
Waterloo, NY 13165
United States

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Home Page Stories

The 35th Annual Finger Lakes Carp Derby, sponsored by the Waterloo Club is scheduled for Sunday, June 14th, 2015. 
We will once again have the weigh in at Oak Island between the hours of 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM. 
We had over 300 participants last year and over 500 in attendance.
The event continues to grow every year and know that this year’s event will be bigger than ever!
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This week Waterloo Rotary Club once again paves the way for other clubs within our district. On Monday, April 27, the first District 7120 Rotary Corp will officially become real. 10 community members will commit to partner with us.
That’s right friends! Can-Stravaganza is coming. When? The weekend of Celebrate Commemorate. Where? At the Waterloo Community Center.
OH WAIT!!!! What is it?
An opportunity for Waterloo Rotarians to fill the shelves Seneca Community Action Agency.
How? By creating a structure made completely of cans!
Yes Folks! I say CANS! Our goal is collect 3500 cans to donate to SCCA.
Put on your thinking caps; delve into your creativity; contact your friends and come up with an idea to help reach the goal.

Steve Brusso from Evan’s Chemetics shared with us the remarkable commodities produced locally and shipped around the world. Who ever thought the fragrance emanating from the 200+ year old business would find their way outside of Waterloo. What began as a Woolen Mill in the 1800s became a booming business where cold perms were once made. When the woolen mill closed Dr. Evan began his cold perm manufacturing at the current location now known as Evan’s Chemetics because it as close to the water.

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