Binghamton University Concessions

Endicott Rotary has had the pleasure of volunteering and running the concession stand at all of the Binghamton University Men's and Women's home Basket Ball Games. 

The Dick's Sporting Good's Open

Endicott Rotary has provided volunteers for the Dick's sporting good's open since it's inception. Our mainstay is running the main concession tent, but you will find Rotarian's throughout the open performing many jobs. Broome County Community Charities has donated over one million dollars back to the community.  

Volunteering at the DICK's open 
Volunteering at BU
Dedicating the Overlook at Round Top Park and the Chugnut Trail
Trees planted at Union Endicott Schools
2020 - Endicott Rotary plants two historic trees at two UE schools.
We acquired these trees from American Heritage Trees. A George Washington/Mt Vernon Sycamore was planted at Linnaeus W. West Elementary and a Mark Twain Bur Oak was planted at Ann G McGuinness/Tiger Ventures Schools.
This project was lead by Bill Campbell. 
2022 - Endicott Rotary Plants three more trees at two more Union Endicott Schools. Two trees were planted at TJ Watson Elementary, and one tree was planted at George F Johnson Elementary.
The historic trees were acquired by American Heritage Trees. The children from each school assisted with planting each of the trees. The trees a George Washington Sycamore, a Franklin D Roosevelt Black Oak and a Moon Seedling Sycamore will serve the schools as a positive environmental impact and will be used in the elementary educational experience.
Bill Campbell and Karl Bub lead this project, planting trees in the rain!  
The Chugnut Trail
Rotary was instrumental in opening back up the Chugnut trail. You will often see our very own Jim Leonard clearing the trail walking from Round Top to Grippen Park. 
In 2021 Rotarian were charged with cleaning up the riverbank from Union Endicott High School to the Vestal Ave bridge, which also included sections of the Chugnut trail. 
Providing Food during COVID
Endicott Rotary partnered with Union Endicott Schools to provide food to those in need during the pandemic's historic shut down. Many families found themselves in need after country and schools shut down in March 2020.
The Endicott Rotary Foundation, Rotarians and community members donated over $15,000 of food and goods over several weeks. Every Monday a crew lead by Tom Latini would meet at Sam's club and shop, load up cars and deliver to the UE School district for that week's distribution.   
The Dictionary Project
Each year the Endicott Rotary Club along with the Endicott Elks Club supplies and distributes dictionaries to every third grade student within the Union Endicott School district. 
This project is lead by Dennis Sweeney, former UE School Superintendent and long time Endicott Rotarian. 
Holiday Lights at Ideal
Each year the Endicott Rotary club decorates outside areas of the long term patient rooms at Ideal Living Center on High Street in Endicott. 
The lights provide joy to the residence along with spreading some holiday cheer. 


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Holiday Food Boxes
Endicott Rotarians distribute over $10,000 worth of food and goods to families of need within the Endicott community. Each year 100 families receive over $100 of groceries.  These are families are predetermined by Union-Endicott Schools that need the extra boost during the holiday break.
Each year boxes are prepared by over 20 Rotarians in 4 shifts at the Lupo’s Federal Plant. Sam Lupo of Lupo’s coordinates this event along with Rotarians Nikki Post, David Powell and Mike Tanzini each year. Local merchants donated some of the food items with The Endicott Rotary Foundation purchasing the balance of food and goods. 
2022: In 2022 we were able to add 25 more families, providing food to 125 families in need. Thank you to The Community Foundation for awarding us with a grant for food insecurity to ensure we could successfully expand the program.  With the gracious help from Anthony Coppola, Owner and Operator of Rob's Market, along with Broome County Community Charities and the Karedes Family, we received all of the turkeys needed to provide 125 families with not only a holiday meal, but food for the winter break. 
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