We meet weekly on Tuesdays at 6:40 pm at:
Touch of Venice Restaurant
28350 Main Road
Cutchogue, NY 11935
Meeting in person again!
Community Supper
Our club was happy to provide and serve a delicious meal to community members at the Community Supper at the Southold Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, August 23.
Laura Goodale Award
Each year, Southold and Greenport Rotary Clubs contribute a combined $3000 at the Laura Goodale Award Dinner to support the hospital. The award honors the dedication and exemplary service of a very deserving healthcare employee who embodies the legacy of Laura Goodale, a former Eastern Long Island Hospital nurse, who began working there in 1918, and whose 42-year service record as an “unforgettable nurse and caregiver” was so extraordinary it won her recognition as the “Florence Nightingale” of the North Fork.
Although this year’s celebratory dinner was again canceled due to COVID-19, the clubs were still able to make the donation and honor the hospital's entire Emergency Department staff with the Laura Goodale Award for their dedication and commitment. Congratulations!
April Food Drive
On April 23, Rotarians, with the help of Scouts from Troop 6 and Interactors from Southold High School, collected 52 boxes full of food and almost $650 during a "Stuff-a-Bus" drive outside Southold IGA. Everything was divided between three local food pantries. Thanks to all who donated or volunteered their time (including Charlie the dog)!
Thanksgiving Baskets
On November 22, Southold Rotarians put together fifty boxes filled with all the fixings for Thanksgiving dinner, which were distributed by CAST. Happy Thanksgiving!
Smiling Rotarians holding boxes and turkeys
Boxes of food
Happy Thanksgiving sign
Veterans' Brunch
Club members served brunch to our local veterans after the Veterans Day ceremony at the Southold American Legion. Thanks to all veterans for their service!
Flag ceremony
Two veterans
Rotarians serving food
Rotarian Nancy
Southold Rotarians
Thanks to all who came to our 2022 Scallop Dinner!
Photos of attendees at the 2022 scallop dinner
2021-2022 Annual Report
Rotary Pathfinder
In 1987 Barbara Ackermann became the first woman to be inducted into our club and our Rotary District. From then until now she has been a continuous actualization of the Rotary spirit. We all benefit from her involvement and counsel.

Pathfinder Barbara is shown with sponsor Bill Zitek beside her. Shaking her hand is then-President Garret Strong, and John Kramer beside him. 

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