Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove

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President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Membership Chair
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation Chair
Public Relations Chair
Sergeant at Arms
 

Birthdays & Anniversaries

Member Birthdays:
  • Martin Hawley
    July 14
  • Frank DeMaria
    July 25
Anniversaries:
  • Frank DeMaria
    WENDY Walsh-DeMaria
    July 17
 

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The community of Baie-Tortue in Anse-a-Galets, La Gonave, Haiti will be forever changed as Long Island Rotary Clubs unite to provide this third-world community with 1,000 gallons of clean drinking water each day.  Currently, this area of Haiti, located north-west of Port au Prince, only has contaminated, brackish water sources, which is responsible for many of the area’s water-borne diseases such as high blood pressure, diarrhea, typhoid, hepatitis, dysentery, and cholera.
 
 

The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove proudly announces the induction of three new members.  Gannon Ruddy, Krystina Sconzo, and Amy Mahnken, residence of the greater Moriches area, have become our community’s newest Rotarians.

 
 
 
 
 

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Seatuck Cove

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 6:00 PM
JC's Restaurant
2 Country Club Drive
Manorville, NY  11949
United States
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The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove is holding a Billy Joel Tribute by Henry Haid, Only in America, on Friday, October 16, 2015, at 6:00 p.m.  The event will be at Rock Hill Country Club, 105 Clancy Road, Manorville.  All area business leaders and the community are invited to attend.  Tickets may be purchased in advance at www.seatuckcoverotary.org or by calling Martin Hawley at 909-8241.  The evening includes a wonderful, catered dinner, open bar, and entertainment.  Tickets are $100 per person. 
 
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will be sent by mail before September 1.
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The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove thanks all of the generous Bay Area residents who supported the club’s recent food drive outside of King Kullen in Eastport. Many bags of food and personal items, in addition to more than $350, were donated and delivered to the Veteran’s Hospital in Northport and local food pantries. Collecting the items in the picture, from left, are club members Muriel Corcoran, Bob Dovale, Martin Hawley and Frank DeMaria.
 
 
 
With only 24 cases reported worldwide, the once-dreaded disease of polio, also known as infantile paralysis, has almost been completely wiped out.  “We’re ‘this close’ to wiping polio off the face of the earth," said David Ardam.
 
 
 
Hope Biersach, a student at Eastport-South Manor Junior-Senior High School, was recently sponsored by the Seatuck Cove Rotary Club to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards at the Dorothy Flint 4-H Camp in Riverhead. Over the course of three days, Hope participated in leadership skill building with Rotary-sponsored students from across Long Island. Here, Hope is congratulated by Seatuck President Bob Dovale.
 
 
 
The community of Baie-Tortue in Anse-a-Galets, La Gonave, Haiti will be forever changed as Long Island Rotary Clubs unite to provide this third-world community with 1,000 gallons of clean drinking water each day.  Currently, this area of Haiti, located north-west of Port au Prince, only has contaminated, brackish water sources, which is responsible for many of the area’s water-borne diseases such as high blood pressure, diarrhea, typhoid, hepatitis, dysentery, and cholera.
 
 
 

The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove proudly announces the induction of three new members.  Gannon Ruddy, Krystina Sconzo, and Amy Mahnken, residence of the greater Moriches area, have become our community’s newest Rotarians.

 
 
 
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