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Mail: P.O. Box 821, Patchogue, New York 11772

Patchogue

Service Above Self

1st Wed. evening meeting (venue TBA); 2nd-3rd/4th Wed. luncheon meeting 12:15 pm
The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill
264 West Avenue
Patchogue, NY 11772
United States of America
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Board Meetings
Board meets the second Wednesday of the month
Members will be notified of venue .
 
Events and Proud Members
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our Club is postponing all in person meetings and events at this time. We plan to reschedule at a later date after we see what develops with the Coronavirus pandemic situation. In the meantime, our Club will meet virtually on ZOOM. For more info contact Club President, Brian McAuliff at BrianM@bri-tech.com. Stay safe, stay healthy.  COVID-19 info:  visit https://www.who.int/emergen…/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
 
                                  
 
Since 1934, Patchogue Rotary has been doing great things right here in our own community and around the world. We have business leaders who are bankers, managers, veterinarians, doctors, attorneys, accountants, financial advisors, teachers, youth advisors, social workers, librarians, insurance brokers/investors, bakers, and other professionals. Business members include:  Pat-Med Library, Patchogue YMCA, Browns Automotive Group, USA Auto Body, People’s United Bank, The Resource Group, Blue Goose, Paumanok Veterinary Hospital, Patchogue Medford Youth Community Services, Patchogue Theatre, Village Walk, Bay Harbour Insurance Group, Bradley and Parker, Newbridge Coverage, Motorola, Swezey Fuel, Bri-Tech, Triton Bay Wealth Advisors, Silver lining Funding, Rizzi, Schwarz & Taraskas CPAs, Taroff & Taitz, Esq., BelFor Property Restoration, ,Mark J. Snyder and Associates, Dranitzke Lechtrecker Trabold & Johnson Law Firm, Mademoiselle Patisserie, Nicole M. Cardiello, Esq., and more
 
 
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