Rotary Club of Batavia

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Board Member 2016-2018
Board Member 2017-2020
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Batavia

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Y.M.C.A.
209 East Main Street (2nd FL)
Batavia, NY  14020
United States
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Batavia Rotary Brewfest
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Rotary at Genesee County Nursing Home
 
Santa Makes a Visit
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
Speakers
Rotary 7090 District Governor Reg Madison
Sep 19, 2017
District Update
Our very own Past President Sue Schuler
Sep 26, 2017
Offsite visit to the new Tompkins Customer Care Center @ 113 Main Street
Jeannie Walton, YWCA Genesee
Oct 03, 2017
Domestic Violence Crisis and Prevention Services
Michael Tenebruso
Oct 10, 2017
Fight Like Mike
Bonnie Malakie
Oct 17, 2017
Head Start Program in Genesee and Orleans Counties
John Kirkwood
Oct 24, 2017
Genesee Ice Devils
Connie Boyd
Oct 31, 2017
The Batavia Historic Cemetery
Jim and Joan Ellison
Nov 07, 2017
Mission Trip
Chris Hare
Nov 14, 2017
Veteran's One Stop Services
 
 
 
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