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Rockville Rotary

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We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Mitchell's Restaurant
1237 Hartford Turnpike
Vernon, CT  06066
United States
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The Club had a great time at Adam’s Mill Restaurant celebrating the exiting President, Randi Saboski, term while welcoming and introducing the incoming President, Dave Richards, along with his board. 
 

JUNE 2014 NEWS

Rotary Club of Rockville, CT Given Presidential Citation 

Rotary Club of Rockville, CT President Thora Cowperthwaite was presented with a Rotary International Presidential Citation by District 7890 Governor Michael Barnett. 

Members of the Club were on hand to celebrate this occasion. The Rotary Club of Rockville has earned the Presidential Citation every year for more than 25 years.

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The 17th Annual Rotary Golf Tournament was a success!  Proceeds from this event will benefit KidSafe CT, the YMCA and the DREAM BIG Basketball Camps run by Kara Wolters.

            

 

 

 
 
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