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Batavia

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
ARC Community Center
Edward S. Houseknecht Building
38 Woodrow Rd
Batavia, NY  14020
United States
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Stand-up comedy by Rotarians, community leaders & friends. Proceeds support Batavia Rotary’s “Service Above Self” initiatives and community nonprofit organizations.

Open to: Rotarians, friends, families & the public!

 Event is at Roman’s (formerly Ken’s Charcoal Pits & BBQ), Main St. Batavia

  on Friday April 17, 7-9pm

Cost: $15/person or 2/$35, presale online

Click to Get your tickets online

Congratulations to our Cash Raffle Winner, Wayne Accardi
Congratulations to our $20,000 winner, Wayne Accardi! Additional $100 winners were Liz Genesky, Robert Gilsinan, Raymond Tortorice, Anthony Mudizynski and Jerome & Francis Kubineic.  Thank you to all who supported our Cash Raffle this year!
100 Year Centennial Gala
Special Service Award
 Genesee County Chamber of Commerce honored Rotary Club of Batavia with their Special Service Recognition of the Year 
Rotary Leadership Graduates
Congratulations to our latest Rotary Leadership Graduates, Paul and Donna Saskowski and Bob Knipe. 
Rotary Exchange Students
Batavia Rotary Club sponsors two exchange students who are spending a year as students at Batavia High School.  A special program for exchange students arranged by District 7090 is a wilderness outdoor leadership adventure at Algonquin Provincial Forest in the frozen northlands several hours north of Toronto.  These photos show all the district exchange students who participated. Oline Jakobsgaard from Denmark and Steven Cunningham of Australia are our students. 
Rotary Leadership Institute
Congratulations President Jim McMullen who graduated from Rotary Leadership Institute at Niagara College, Canada! 
Congratulations Paul Harris Recipients!
Congratulations Dr. Michael and Sharon Kubiniec and Jim McMullen who received Paul Harris Awards!
Congratulations Dr. David Swartz!
Congratulations Dr.  David Swartz! Celebrating 50 Years in Batavia Rotary.
Congratulations Dr. Lily Snyder our newest Rotarian and Mark Snyder our newest Paul Harris Fellow
Congratulations Graduates!
Oline Jakobsgaard, our exchange student from Denmark, at Batavia High graduation on Sunday.
 
Upcoming Events
Speakers
Shelley Falitico
Apr 07, 2020
Diane Branton
Apr 14, 2020
Agriculture Challenges
Sue Gagne
Apr 28, 2020
GCASA Recovery Center
Tom Turnbull et al
May 05, 2020
Rotary Baseball Tournament
Andrew Meier
May 12, 2020
Topics in Elder Law: Issues and Practice
Kyrsia Mager & Lisa Ormsbee
May 19, 2020
Rotarian Bios!
Shelley Falitico & Jane Scott
Jun 02, 2020
ARC Updates
Andrew Maguire
Jun 16, 2020
BID Update
Tom Rowe and "Slim"
Jun 23, 2020
Falconry demonstration
Various
Jun 30, 2020
President Roast
 
 
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