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Rockville Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Mitchell's Restaurant
1237 Hartford Tpke
Vernon, CT
United States of America
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40th Annual Rose Sale
 
Don’t miss this opportunity to say “Thank You”, “Congratulations” or “I Love You” to someone special!
 
As always, 100% of proceeds go towards our Scholarship Fund to help Vernon, Ellington and Tolland high school seniors further their education.

For more information, click here.  
 

The Rotary Club of Rockville will be joining local officials to plant trees in each of the communities we serve.    In addition to the beauty they bring to our towns, the trees will also provide habitat for local wildlife. 

The dedication will be part of a record-breaking “Rotary Day of Service” during which over 4,000 Rotarians from Connecticut and Western Massachusetts will volunteer their time to give back to the communities they serve.

The Rotary Club of Rockville, CT will come together with leaders in Ellington, Vernon and Tolland to plant trees in each of the three towns. In addition to their aesthetic value, the trees will also provide nesting material and shelter for area wildlife.


10:00 AM Ellington

  • Where: Arbor Park on Main Street

  • First Selectman, Lori Spielman will join the Rotary Club of Rockville to celebrate the addition of a Gingko tree.

11:00 AM Vernon


  • Where: Saxony Dog Park, located at the intersection of Regan & West Streets

  • Mayor Dan Champagne, along with Club President Annie Walsh, will preside over the planting of a Red Bud tree.

1:00 PM Tolland


  • Where: Tolland’s Conservation Property on Sage Meadow Drive

  • Jim Hutton, Chair, Tolland Conservation Commission will join Rotarians for the dedication of a Linden tree.


For more information, please visit, http://www.rotarydayofservice.org.

The Rotary Club of Rockville, CT was pleased to take part in The Cornerstone Foundation’s Breakfast with Santa event on December 11th. Rotarians helped prepare and distribute hot breakfasts to community.
 
We were honored to assist in Cornerstone's mission to provide these meals to all of those in the community struggling with food insecurity.  
 
Click here to view photos from the event.
 
 
 
 

So grateful to our friends at Liberty Bank, who have a program which matches 25% of charitable donations to non-profits involved with food insecurity.  With help from Liberty Bank’s Thanksgiving Drive, the Rotary Club of Rockville raised $125,000 which will help local organizations put food on the table for Thanksgiving and beyond.  

Top:  Rockville Rotary President Annie Walsh delivers a check to Rohan Long and David O’Rourke of HVCC in Vernon.    

Bottom:  Rockville Rotary President Annie Walsh from HVCC and Secretary Sharon Redfern from Cornerstone with checks their agencies received.

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