Rotary unites more than a million people, through Rotary Clubs. People from all continents and cultures come together to exchange ideas and form friendships and professional connections while making a difference in their backyards and around the world.

ATTEND A Northeast Westchester (NEW)  Rotary Meeting

Work with men and women  in your community, enjoy friendships, and make a difference.    For more info, click on contact above.

Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM. Meetings are held at various restaurants in Somers as noted.

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SUPPORT OUR AWARD WINING LITERAcy project  on my mind  for details click here

At our June 11th meeting, we honored two 5th grade students from Somers Intermediate School who have helped lead the student government with exceptional work contributions.  The two students for this year were Mia Paulmeno, the student government president, and James Brinn, the student government Vice President.  See for more information.

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A special report prepared for Rotary International by the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies found that Rotary members had given nearly 47 million hours of volunteer effort in a typical year. The economic impact of all those hours was estimated conservatively at $850 million a year, if communities had to pay for the services that Rotary volunteers provide.

Read More about the school in Haiti that we support  Click  Here

Northeast Westchester Rotary Club

Somers, Katonah, North Salem

in New York's beautiful Lower Hudson Valley

Somers: September meetings  will be on the 10th  and 24th. Our guest speakers will be  Clare Murray director of the Community Center of Northern Westchester  on the 10th



On November 9, 2019, ShelterBox was featured at Rotary Day at the United Nations, a day celebrating the organizations' shared vision for peace and focused on community-based solutions to the global refugee crisis. ShelterBox and Rotary are working to build peace one family at a time by providing emergency shelter and basic supplies that provide a space to feel safe, to have privacy, to heal, and to start the long road to recovery. Right now, there are more people displaced due to humanitarian crisis than at any other time in history.  ShelterBox USA President, Kerri Murray, delivered a spotlight presentation on the immediate response to the massive global displacement of families around the world.

Jan. 14 – Guest speaker, Katherine Quinn, Exec. Director of the  Support Connection, which offers support to women diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer.

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