12th Annual Babylon Village Classic 10K Dirty Sock Run
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Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Dr. Lorraine Pincus
Jun 28, 2017
Heroin Abuse in LI Schools
Patrick Barry
Jul 19, 2017
Camp Pa-Que-Tuck
Dr. Lisa McDevitt
Aug 02, 2017
Advances In Audiology Technology
Eric Golib
Aug 23, 2017
"Advocacy and Unity through Humor".
Lenora Toscano
Oct 04, 2017
The Open Word - Empowering Women
 
Committee Meetings
Wine & Food Expo
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 @ 11:30 AM
Lily Flanagan's Pub
 
Dirty Sock Run
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 @ 11:30 AM
Lily Flanagan's Pub
 
 
 
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Welcome to the Babylon Rotary Club!

Babylon

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Lily Flanagan's Pub
345 Deer Park Ave.
Babylon, NY  11702
United States
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Mark Cappellino presented "Suffolk County's Water Quality: Past, Present & Future" at our regular meeting on Wednesday, June 7th.
                                                                                                                                 
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy Sini gave  an overview of the most critical law enforcement issues in the County at our regular meeting on Wednesday, May 31st.
                                                                                                                                                
Our newest member, Julia Santo was inducted into the Babylon Rotary Club at our regular meeting on Wednesday,May 31st. Julia is on the Activities Staff at the Babylon Beach House in Babylon Village. Past President Gustave Fishel III performed the swearing-in ceremony. Congratulations and Welcome Julia!
                                                                                                                                        
Babylon Rotary awarded college scholarships to four worthy seniors from local high schools at our 58th Annual Scholarship Luncheon on Wednesday, May 17th
 
 
Sail Van Nostrand gave a talk on the current status of residential and commercial solar power technology, economics, and legislation at our regular meting on Wednesday, May 3rd.
                                                                                                                                     
Our Annual Arbor Day celebration was held the morning of Wednesday, April 26th at the Babylon Elementary School on Ralph Ave. in Babylon Village. Cool, damp weather kept the proceedings indoors, but the sunny dispositions of the entire assembly more than compensated for the non-pastoral setting.
 
 
Virginia Belling, Foundation Chair of the Amityville Rotary Club, spoke of how her club encourages and administers annual donations to The Rotary Foundation at our regular meeting on Wednesday, April 5th.
                                                                      
Our second Babylon Ends Hunger event was held Saturday, April 1st. Partnering with the Babylon Lions Club and over 300 community volunteers, about 58,000 nutritious meals were packaged for distribution to local soup kitchens – an outstanding effort. Many thanks to all who helped make this humanitarian project another great success.
                                                                                                
At our regular meeting on Wednesday, March 29th, Anthony Buonaspina and Albert Rizzi described "My Blind Spot," a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of equal access and the promotion of understanding, respect and opportunity for the blind, visually impaired, and others with disabilities.
 
                                                                                             
At our regular meeting on Wednesday, March 8th, Howard Berg, billed as the world’s fastest reader, spoke of the super-fast learning methods he has developed to teach people how to rapidly learn and comprehend material on almost any topic.
 
 
 
Babylon Town Historian, Mary Cascone gave a very engaging talk about the history of Babylon Village at our regular meeting on Wednesday, March 1st.
                                                              
Thomas Santorelli gave a talk on the history of film making on Long Island at our regular meeting on Wednesday, February 22nd.
 
 
Lonnie Sherman of the Ronkonkoma Rotary Club gave an impassioned talk on the work of General Needs, LTD at our regular meeting on Wednesday, February 15th.
 
 
 
 
Marilyn Leibowitz and Ellen Greenberg described the Lend A Hand Project at our regular meeting on Wednesday, February 8th.
                                                                         
At our regular meeting on Wednesday, February 1st, Katie Costanzo spoke of “PowerUp Communities,” a green energy program servicing Nassau and Suffolk Counties, that helps homeowners make their homes energy efficient and more comfortable, while generating good paying jobs and community revitalization.
                                                                         
Pam Einstman, District 7255 Youth Exchange Chair, described the Rotary Youth Exchange Program and current program activities within the district at our regular meeting on Wednesday, January 25th.
 
 
 
 
Julius Sentume gave a talk about life in Uganda at our regular meeting on Wednesday, January 11th.
                                                                                   
Tom Ockers gave a comprehensive summary of the status and plans of the Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center at our regular meeting on Wednesday, December 21st.
 
Our newest member, Dr. David Scharf was inducted into the Babylon Rotary Club at our regular meeting on Wednesday, December 21st. Dr. Scharf is a periodontist with offices in Babylon Village. Past President Gustave Fishel III performed the swearing-in ceremony. Congratulations and Welcome Dave!
                                                           
For the fourth straight year, Babylon Rotary has donated an impressive assemblage of holiday gifts for the disadvantaged older teens and young adults at the Madonna Heights facility in Dix Hills. Laura Lopilato of the SCO Family of Services visited our club on Wednesday, December 7th to give us an update on the operations and activities at Madonna Heights, and to collect the gifts donated by our members.
 
 
18th Annual Babylon Rotary Charity Golf Outing
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P.O, Box 672
Babylon, New York 11702