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Middletown

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Sleep Inn
3491 Route 6
Middletown, NY  10940
United States
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it's a new Rotary year and we have a new Rotary president.  Welcome to President Peter Lazier!  We had a successful installation dinner last week where Peter was sworn in by his father, H. Pete Lazier, Past President and Past District Governor of District 7210.  Peter is shown here with our Vice President, George Gruner.
Middletown Rotary was proud to recognize Melissa Hidalgo with a Paul Harris Fellowship for her accomplishments as the advisor for our Interact Club at Middletown High School. Pete Lazier and Mark Fellenzer made the presentation. Welcome, Melissa, to Rotary's long list of Paul Harris Fellows. Well deserved!!
District Governor Nick Constantino recently inducted new president Bob FitzPatrick. 
Middletown Rotary was recognized tonight with Middletown Kiwanis at the Common Council meeting for funding park benches as part of the King Street pedestrian walkway project. Pictured left to right are Kiwanian Joe Masci, Mayor Joe Distefano and Rotarian President Tom Grazier.
 
 
 
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