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Brad Sweet
Jun 01, 2017
Sister Cities Project
Rick Davis
Jun 08, 2017
Certified Business Consultant & Home Inventory Professional
Susan Evans
Jun 15, 2017
Rotarian and Ovarian Cancer Survivor
Lucas and Holly
Jun 22, 2017
Exchange Student Presentations
Changeover Dinner
Jun 29, 2017
Evening event @Radisson
 
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Corning

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:10 PM
Radisson Hotel Corning
125 Denison Parkway East
Corning, NY  14830
United States
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The Stories of Corning Rotary
PAUL HARRIS FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION, NOMINATION GUIDELINES AND DEADLINES
 
The Paul Harris Fellowship was named for Paul Harris who founded Rotary with three business associates in Chicago in 1905.  The Fellowship was established in his honor in 1957 to express appreciation for contributions to the humanitarian and educational programs of the Rotary Foundation. Those programs include an array of projects that save and invigorate the lives of people around the world and enhance international friendship and understanding.
 
    The Corning Rotary Club invites the community to register for the second annual “0.0K Race for Literacy” to be held Friday, March 31, 2017 at the Southeastern Steuben County Library, Nasser Civic Center Plaza, Corning, NY.

    Bib pickup and pre-race refreshments will be available beginning at 6:00 p.m. The race starts at 6:30 p.m., with the post-race party including food, beverages and a cash bar immediately following.

    Please visit runreg.com/corningrotary to register for this fun event while at the same time supporting a worthy cause. Registration fee is $25 for adults 19 and over, or $10 for youth 13-18. Children under 13 are free, but must be accompanied by an adult. Strollers are welcome. The first 100 registrants will receive exclusive 0.0K-branded swag.
     
    If you prefer to use a paper form to register, click here, then complete the form and send in.

    Proceeds will benefit the Corning Rotary Club’s Literacy Initiative. Beginning in the 2015-2016 school year, the Club “adopted” the incoming Kindergarten class at Corning’s Winfield Street Elementary School. Over the course of three years, each student is receiving one book a month to keep, helping to develop a love for reading along with skills in speech, communication, logical thinking, language, improved concentration, and focus.

    You can be a part of building a strong future for these students by registering for this unique event. For more information, please email: rotary0k@gmail.com or call (607) 936-3713 X 205.
     
    The Rotary Club of Corning is offering scholarships to high school seniors graduating in June 2017.

    Corning Rotary gets into a pickle with Winfield School’s kindergarten and first graders!

    The Corning Rotary Club is pleased to announce its newest Paul Harris Fellow, Dr. Geraldine Fisher Wolfe.  ~Corning, NY
     
    The Corning Rotary Club presents the Paul Harris award to outstanding Club and community members in recognition of activities that exemplify Rotary’s motto of “Service Above Self”.

    Rotary Youth Exchange descends upon Corning!

     

     

    Ted Goldwyn’s son Noah invites all Rotarians and friends to participate in his service project, the inaugural Starlight Mile Run for Camp STAR.

     

    The event is a one mile walk/run taking place the evening of Saturday, May 21st, at 8:30 pm, on the Painted Post Running/Biking Trail. Registration will be held between 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm at Craig Park in Painted Post. Cost is $10 per child (ages 0 – 17), $15 per adult, or $30 for a family of four. All proceeds will go toward Camp STAR (se info below).

     

    To register online, please go to http://www.lightboxreg.com/star-light-mile-for-camp-star?mobile=0. For more information please contact Ted Goldwyn at tgoldwyn@stny.rr.com, or 914-715-2248 (cell). Thank you!

     

    About Camp STAR

     

    Camp STAR is a week-long camp for children, ages 6 through 12, with a physical or developmental disability that might keep them from enjoying a typical camping experience.

     

    The camp was founded in 1963 and is sponsored by 11 Rotary Clubs from the Southern Tier of New York State including the Bath, Canisteo, Corning, Chemung Sunrise, Elmira, Elmira Heights, Hammondsport, Hornell, Horseheads, Prattsburgh and Watkins-Montour Rotary Clubs.

    The camp is housed at the peaceful, rural setting that is Watson Homestead.

     

    For more information, please visit the Camp STAR website at: http://www.campstar.org/.

         The Corning Rotary Club raised over $4,700 for local youth literacy programs at its inaugural “0.0K Race for Literacy”. The “race” was held on Friday, April 1, 2016 at the Southeast Steuben County Library, Nasser Civic Center Plaza, in Corning, NY. 

     

    All proceeds will benefit the Corning Rotary Club’s Literacy Initiative. Beginning in the 2015-2016 school year, the Club “adopted” the incoming Kindergarten class at Corning’s Winfield Street Elementary School. Over the course of three years, each student will receive one book a month to keep, helping them develop a love for reading along with skills in speech, communication, logical thinking, language, improved concentration, and focus.

     

    The event began with a short jog around the Plaza, followed by a complimentary buffet dinner and beverages. Jen Batzing, principal of the Winfield Street Elementary School, was the keynote speaker. Children enjoyed several special activities at the Library, including an obstacle course and movie. All participants received “swag bags” including a limited-edition “0.0K”-themed pint glass or water bottle.

     

    Given the success of the event, Corning Rotary plans to host the 0.0K race as an annual fundraiser.

    The Corning Rotary Club of Corning announced that it is once again awarding financial scholarships to outstanding high school seniors in the greater Corning area.

     

    “We are delighted to be able to offer these valuable scholarships again this year,” says Dr. Geraldine Wolfe, Corning Rotary board member and member of the Scholarship Committee. “It is important to recognize and reward our local high school and Corning Community College students with scholarships in honor of their commitment and dedication to community service right here in the Corning area.”

     

    To be eligible, seniors must graduate in June 2016 and must enter a continuing education school program of two or more years by the fall of 2016. The scholarships are also available to second-year students at Corning Community College who are continuing their education at a four-year institution. Although scholarship amounts vary from year to year, in the past awards of up to $1,000 have been granted to scholarship winners.

     

    The primary criteria for selection are a student’s demonstrated commitment to community service during his/her high school or college years, together with acceptance into a continuing education program of the student’s choice.

      

    Applications are available at Corning Rotary website.  Just click HERE.  Applications are also available in the guidance offices of all local Corning-area high schools, and at Corning Community College. APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY APRIL 29, 2016.

     

    All applications will be reviewed and selections made entirely at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee of the Rotary Club of Corning. Application finalists may be interviewed by the Committee.  Scholarship awards will be announced by early June 2016. 

     

    Questions may be directed to an applicant’s high school guidance office.

    Rotary Members Nora Smith, Pauline Emery and Buddy Cutler participated in WETM-TV's weekly program named Community Focus, which aired on March 27th.
     
    Use the link below to go to WETM-TV's page and view the 24 minute segment.  Once the player starts, you can use the playlist function (2 icons to the right of the Play button) to select the program, as new programs are continously added to the site.  It is titled "Community Focus Corning Rotary".
     
     
    Corning Rotary's 17th Annual International Evening
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    Birthdays & Anniversaries
    Member Birthdays:
    • Melissa Colacino
      May 1
    • Francis LaLomia
      May 2
    • Jack Kelley
      May 2
    • Butch Acly
      May 13
    • Pete Winnett
      May 15
    • Ernie Danforth
      May 19
    • John G. (JGU) Ullman
      May 25
    • John Brown
      May 26
    Spouse Birthdays:
    • Bonnie Tyo
      May 9
    • Harriet Sweet
      May 15
    • Margo Brown
      May 20
     
     
     
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