Welcome to our club!

We are a group of concerned citizens of the Greenville area who like to have fun while helping others. Our service emphasis is on youth and international friendship. Join us on Thursday to see for yourself!

Do Good - Have Fun

We meet Thursdays at 6:15 PM
The Mountain View Brasserie
10697 State Route 32
Greenville, NY  12083
United States of America
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Upcoming events and meetings for the Greenville Rotary Club:

(Please note that the Mountainview Brasserie is closed for the month of January, so we will meet elsewhere)

1/3 Cairo Rotary Club 6:30 p.m. Bavarian Manor - Please let Cecile (Cecileop@aol.com) know by 1/1 if you are attending
1/5 Meet at 9 a.m. at Veteran's Park to take down trees.  Please let John Ingalls know if you can help (jingalls@gnhlumber.com)

1/10 Club Assembly, Hop Barn Brewing, 94 Maple Ave, Greenville 6:15 p.m.  - Please let Cecile  (cecileop@aol.com) know by 1/8 if you are attending, so we can order pizza

1/17 Greenville Central School dinner, 5:30 tour, 6:15 dinner (HS media Center) - please let Todd (Hilgendorfft@greenvillecsd.org) know by 1/14 if you are attending

1/24 International Dinner, Cecile’s house, Interact and alumni invited - no response needed - bring a dish from a Rotary country (pull a country from our bag, at a prior meeting)
1/31 Return to the Mountainview Brasserie
Greenville Rotary's tree lighting event for 2018 was a true success. Thanks to all our tree sponsors, Rotarians, Interact students, Santa and Mrs. Claus, the Grinch, the Town of Greenville, and everyone who brought their children to visit with Santa, get a gift, win prizes, and enjoy hot cocoa and cookies!
Greenville Rotary was thrilled to welcome four new members to our club last month. Pictured at their installation are: (l. to r.) Robert Snyder, Jr, sponsoring Rotarian, Tom Vance, Hop Barn Brewing; Caressa Kelly and Madyson Vance, The Tasting Room; Irene Vance, Clear Paths Massage and Reflexology, and sponsoring Rotarian Jessica Snyder.
Trunk or Treat 2018 was a success! Hundreds of children joined the Greenville Rotary Club and the GCS Interact Club for safe trick-or-treating. Thanks to all of those who brought their decorated vehicles and to all the parents who brought their kids. See you next year!
Photos are displaying in the album.  Enjoy!
We have some interesting speakers coming to our weekly meetings.  This week, October 18, we will be joined by Anna Plattner and Justin Wexler of American Ginseng Pharm.   Anna and Justin will be teaching us about ginseng and its use and cultivation.  They also will have some preparations for us to taste!
The following Thursday, Jerry Smith will talk about the Questar Automotive Technology program for high school students.  Jerry is an instructor for the program, which is housed at Columbia-Greene Community College.
On November 8, our guests will be Stephanie Murphy and Scott Homer from OnTrack Occupational Therapy, which is a new local practice.
November 15 speakers will be students from Greenville High School, talking about the Memory Project, which is a program where local students are paired with children living in challenging situations around the world.   Our art students will  create portraits of the international children, with the goal of helping them feel valued and loved.
Tuesday,October 16 was DictionaryDay at the Scott M. Ellis Elementary School.  Each third-grade student was given a brand-new dictionary, courtesy of the Greenville Rotary Club.  A dictionary scavenger hunt and other games followed.  The dictionaries are used by students and teachers throughout the year.   Ellis Principal Peter Mahan assures our club that the printed books arestill valuable, even in this era of digital dependence.  Pictured are Rotarians Barbara Licata and Patty Ublacker distributing the dictionaries to students.
January 2019
Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Youth Exchange Officer
Board Alternate
YEO Emeritus
Sargeant at Arms
Past President
Five Way Test
Is it the Truth?

Is it Fair to All Concerned?

Will it Build Good will and Better Friendship?

Will it be Beneficial to All Concerned?

Is it Good for the Environment?
Rotary International Avenues of Service

We channel our commitment to service at home and abroad through five Avenues of Service, which are the foundation of club activity.

  • Club Service focuses on making clubs strong. A thriving club is anchored by strong relationships and an active membership development plan.
  • Vocational Service calls on every Rotarian to work with integrity and contribute their expertise to the problems and needs of society. Learn more in  and the .
  • Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest. Learn more in .
  • International Service exemplifies our global reach in promoting peace and understanding. We support this service avenue by sponsoring or volunteering on international projects, seeking partners abroad, and more.
  • Youth Service recognizes the importance of empowering youth and young professionals through leadership development programs such as , , , and .
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Make Ups:

Catskill-Tuesday Noon

Cairo - Thursday Evening 

Coxsackie Athens -Wednesday Noon

Hudson - Monday Noon

Kinderhook - Tri Village -Wed. Evening

Northern Columbia Co. -Thursday Noon

Philmont – Wed. Evening

Windham – Wed. Evening