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


Service Above Self

1st Wed. evening meeting-venue TBA; 2nd-3rd/4th Wed. luncheon meeting 12:15 pm
Patchogue, NY  11772
United States
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Board meets the first Wednesday of the month
4:30 pm at Swezey Fuel, 51 Rider Ave. Patchogue, NY 11772.
Members will be notified if a change of venue is needed.

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Rotary Club of Patchogue meets on Wednesdays: 1st of the month is an evening meeting with venue and time TBA. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesdays of the month- we meet for lunch at 12:15 pm. Come by for great food ($25 Lunch Special), Rotary fellowship, networking and a whole lot more. Feel free to bring a friend or two.
MAY MEETING DATES:  Rotary Club of Patchogue meets on Wednesdays, 12:15 at The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill, 264 West Avenue, Patchogue, NY. Ph. 631-654-8266. Come by for great food ($25 Lunch Special)

On May 17th at 12:15 pm we will be meeting at The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill. Our presenter will be Ann Garbarino, NYS Certified Sr. Business Advisor- Small Business Development Center- Stony Brook University. Ann will be talking about their services. SBDC provides small business advice and consulting for entrepreneurs in Nassau, Suffolk Counties. Please RSVP your attendance plans to: 

On May 24th at 12:15 pm we will be meeting at The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill. Our presenter will be Marian H. Russo, Executive Director, Village of Patchogue CDA. The Incorporated Village of Patchogue Community Development Agency (CDA) was established in 1980. It is Federally funded by the Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The basic purpose of the CDA is to help low to moderate income people. The Patchogue Village CDA is limited to helping those income eligible village residents. Marian will be discussing their services and also talking about Emergency Preparedness.
Please RSVP your attendance plans to: 

On May 31st at 12:15 pm we will be meeting at The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill.  Our presenters will be Michelle Schindler, CPP, YMCA Family Services, Sgt. Carissa Siri-National Guard and a member of the coalition. They will be discussing the opioid epidemic, strategies and other coalition events. Please RSVP your attendance plans to:  Rotary Club of Patchogue will meet on Wednesday12:15 at The Oar Steak & Seafood Grill, 264 West Avenue, Patchogue, NY. Ph. 631-654-8266. Come by for great food ($25 Lunch Special), Rotary fellowship, networking and a whole lot more. Feel free to bring a friend or two!

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