Members of the North Shore Rotary Club worked to maintain the Basketball Court and Recreation Area at Gellar House and was finished off with a great touch by Scott Lobaido
In-Coming North Shore Rotary Club President, Christine DeHart, was installed along with the in-coming Club presidents from Rotary District 7230 at the 2014-15 District Installation Luncheon on June 22, 2014. Over the past seven years with the North Shore Rotary Club, Christine has held the positions of Member of the Board, Treasurer, Vice-President, and President-Elect. Christine's proudest […]
On Thursday June 19, 2014, the North Shore Rotary Club celebrated the achievements of the past year as we recognized local organizations to help them achieve their goals. Through various fundraising avenues and outstanding club and community support, the North Shore Rotary Club awarded a total $36,050 to the organizations (listed below) who are committed to creating positive […]
Through the Club's Annual Bowl-a-Thon for the Autistic Community of Staten Island, we are proud to support programs such as this one at P.S. 37! Thank you for your continued support of our efforts! From the Staten Island Advance, June 06, 2014, By Melinda Gottlieb | [email protected] http://www.silive.com/eastshore/index.ssf/2014/06/great_kills_high_school_studen.html GREAT KILLS – "Ohana Means Family" was the theme […]
At this weeks club meeting, the North Shore Rotary Club showed our special appreciation for three members in our community – women whose long and productive lives have enriched their families, their neighborhoods and our borough. As one of the 34,000 Rotary clubs across the world deeply involved in community service, we understand the need for […]
The Moore Catholic High School Interact Club, sponsored by the North Shore Rotary, elected new Club Officers at their meeting on Friday May 2, 2014. Pictured are the outgoing Officers with the incoming Officers. Congratulations to the newly elected officers: John Williams, President; Joseph Vann, Vice President; Elaina Benevetto, Secretary; and Joe Dolce, Treasurer.
NY1 News: Rotary Asks SI Residents to Change Light Bulbs to Blue for World Autism Awareness Day. Wednesday April 2 marked World Autism Awareness Day, and to spread the word, the North Shore Rotary Club is asking Staten Islanders to change their light bulbs from white to blue.