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Akron, NY 14001
United States of America
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Welcome to Akron-Newstead Rotary
 
Winners from our Andrew Boncore Memorial Fund Raiser Raffle:
 
 
The Rotary Club of Akron-Newstead was chartered in 1989. The objectives of our club is to work locally to implement the ideals set forth in the "Object of Rotary International" and to strengthen the Akron-Newstead Rotary Club by striving to achieve the following five specific objectives.
  1. On an annual basis, select, lead, and implement tow or more projects which will energize and involve the club members.
  2. Communicate with, and publicize at least monthly, relevant information concerning the Akron-Newstead Rotary Club with our several communities.
  3. Retain the active participation of current members and achieve a significant annual net gain of members. Focus on leaders in major business, professional, and community organizations.
  4. Promote fellowship, hospitality, and involvement within the Akron-Newstead Rotary Club for the purpose of multiplying and strengthening members' commitments to the club.
  5. Focus Akron-Newstead Rotary Club's limited financial and volunteer resources where they will be most appreciated and make a difference in people's lives.

The Rotary Club of Akron-Newstead was chartered in 1989. The objectives of our club is to work locally to implement the ideals set forth in the "Object of Rotary International" and to strengthen the Akron-Newstead Rotary Club by striving to achieve the following five specific objectives.

  1. On an annual basis, select, lead, and implement tow or more projects which will energize and involve the club members.

  2. Communicate with, and publicize at least monthly, relevant information concerning the Akron-Newstead Rotary Club with our several communities.

  3. Retain the active participation of current members and achieve a significant annual net gain of members. Focus on leaders in major business, professional, and community organizations.

  4. Promote fellowship, hospitality, and involvement within the Akron-Newstead Rotary Club for the purpose of multiplying and strengthening members' commitments to the club.

  5. Focus Akron-Newstead Rotary Club's limited financial and volunteer resources where they will be most appreciated and make a difference in people's lives.

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*Coming Soon!  The new Rotary Auction with cash, prizes and more.  Why?  With our annual golf tournament and largest fund raiser cancelled due to Covid-19 the club will replace it with the auction.  With our community‚Äôs support the club will continue its good work of helping many in Akron Newstead.  This will be fun.  Watch for details.
 
*A blood drive in cooperation with Connect Life will be sponsored by the club on Thursday, August 13 at the Akron Fire Department from 1 to 5PM.
 
*Annual Rotary scholarships were recently awarded to Seniors at ACS.  The scholarships are made possible through the club working with local businesses and organizations. 
 
*Officers and Directors of the club were recently installed as the new Rotary year began.  Along with President Andy Borden Officers are Treasurer Paul Muck and Secretary Leah Bisson and Directors Tom Brady, Herm Clouse, Marlene Gehl, Wally Smith and Marybeth Whiting.
 
*The Rotary Repair and Refresh Station is up and running on the bike path at Cedar Street.  Oh, your dog can also partake at the attractive fountain.  Enjoy!
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