Rotary Club of Pearl River

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Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Aqua Terra Grille
420 N. Middletown Rd.
Pearl River, NY  10965
United States
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Pearl River Rotary Scholarship Foundation Presentations
 
On Thursday, June 9, 2016 the President of the Pearl River Rotary Scholarship Foundation’s Board of Trustees, Frank Neeson, Pearl River Rotary President Dorothy Filoramo, and Rotary Scholarship Selection Committee Chairman, Frank Ripa, along with members of the Pearl River Rotary club presented twenty scholarship winners with awards of $3,000 each for a total of $60,000.
Front Row, Left to Right: Brandon Kline, Paige Turilli, Lindsey Stephen, Kerry Shortell, Emily Anselmi, Ashlyn Davan, Britiany Ackermann, Catherine Watters, Gabrielle DiVerita
Rear Row, Left to Right: Sean Reagan-Ward, Brian Edsall, John Beckerle, Tim Carstensen, Ryan Murray, Stephen Hastings, Shane Duggan, Manuel Arango, Thomas Murphy, Colleen McCoy
 
 
Pearl River Rotarian, Jaya Bhattacharyya traveled to Pune, India where she presented a check on behalf of the Rotary Club of Pearl River to Executive Director, Ms. Sakina Bedi of the Jagruti School for Blind Girls. Ms. Bedi, herself is blind. The New City Rotary Club also supported the project and was represented by Jaya's husband. The mission of Rotary is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

Learn More and See the Race in Action HERE!

 
We are in the middle of a time old tradition of preparing for another year of fun and competition for the Coaster Car Race!  Please print and fill out the registration form on the right and bring it on the Meetings/Registration dates of Thursday, April 7 or Thursday April 21 at 7pm.  Please see the attached registration.  If you have any questions, please contact Tom Brennan at lempstertb@hotmail.com or at 1-914-414-1445.
 
 
Mike Seidenfrau and his family are featured in the March issue of New City Neighbors where he talks about his life, specifically the time from a very serious bicycle accident on August 13, 2011 until now.  Mike calls the accident a "rebirth" where he became a better person by donating both time and money to his community.
Dorothy Filoramo, President of The Rotary Club of Pearl River with fellow Rotarian, Ryan O'Gorman, attends a club meeting with Club Rotario San Miguel Ciudad Jardin in El Salvador during an International Service Project to bring clean water to a small community in La Union called Sol Naciente

Race Day - June 5, 2016


Mandatory Meetings for Drivers
Sign up and Orientation
Pearl River Middle School
Thursdays, April 7th or April 21st, at 7:00 p.m.

Car Inspection and Practice
Louie’s on the Avenue on Central Ave. 
Sunday, May 22nd at 8:00 a.m.
 
For More Information:
914-414-1445  or 845-735-6065

 
Rain Date for Race June 12th
 

 

 

 

The program for November 19, 2015 was given by senior, Kayla Grodzicki Class of 2016- from Dominican College's Rotaract Club (Introduced by Ryan O’Gorman). Kayla recounted her trip to El Salvador last January by showing a photograph slideshow documenting her visit to the “Sol Naciente” Summer Camp/Community Center. Her trip focused on bringing educational programs to the young children attending the camp through daily music, crafts, and sports activities for about 40 children. She will be traveling to El Salvador once again this upcoming January to continue her efforts. Ryan and Bob Craig (representing the International Committee) requested a “Call to Service” from all club members to donate $25 and sponsor a family from El Salvador in a clean water initiative in hopes of bringing water filtration systems to the town and improve drinking water quality.

On Thursday, June 11, 2015 the Pearl River Rotary Scholarship Foundation Board of Trustees President, Donald Brenner, and Rotary Scholarship Selection Committee Chairman, Frank Ripa, along with members of the club presented 20 scholarship winners with awards of $3,000 each for a total of $60,000.

Rear, Left to Right: Frank Ripa, Ciara O’Riordan, Kristen Sammon, Erika Zambrano, Samantha O’Brady, Catherine Rayward, Dan Sammon, Sean Reagan-Ward, Christian Carstensen, Benjamin McDermott, Daniel Duggan, Brian Edsall, Emanouil Manolov, Donald Brenner Front, Left to Right: Emily McCarthy, Adrienne Ammirati, Julia Madigan, Mary Galanek, Katherine O’Meara, Philip O’Meara, Kevin Murphy, Liam Burke, Thomas Armour.

The Community Bulletin Board at ShopRite
is sponsored and maintained by The Rotary Club of Pearl River.


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Click HERE to view VIDEO PRESENTATION
from the Celebration of Jeffrey Keahon
Generously produced and donated by
Beckerle Productions. 

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The Rotary Club of Pearl River
mourns the passing of our beloved
PDG Jeffrey Keahon

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