Brewster Rotary comes down to Main Street in the Village of Brewster to display a Rotary Shelter Box, inform the public about who we are and what we do as Rotarians, and enjoy the day celebrating the founding of Brewster and the Bicentennial of Putnam County. 


Brewster Rotary Displays a Shelter Box at Founder's Day

"What is the purpose of this project partnership?

The project partnership between ShelterBox and Rotary International (RI) provides a way to collaborate and combine resources to promote emergency disaster relief worldwide by assisting disaster survivors during the critical period immediately following a disaster.

What is ShelterBox?

ShelterBox is an international aid organization that provides immediate assistance to areas ravaged by disasters such as earthquakes, volcanic activity, flooding, hurricanes, cyclones, tsunamis, or conflict. ShelterBox currently has 21 international affiliates and works globally helping survivors immediately following a disaster by providing shelter and lifesaving equipment to the most affected populations. "

From Left to Right: Brewster Rotarians, President Elect Gary Zuza, Youngest Member in the History of Rotary District 7210 and Brewster Founder's Day Chairwoman Erin E. Meagher, Past President Steve Ross, Rotarian David Bruen in back. 


Executive Director of the Brewster Chamber of Commerce Rose Aglieco with Brewster Rotary President Elect Gary Zuza

A fun day was had by all and Brewster Rotary looks forward to participating next year.