The tournament is a fun way to help support all the various service projects Penfield Rotary supports, including Camp Haccamo, the NUCOR House, and Water for South Sudan. Please consider joining us or sponsoring the tournament.
Applications for the 2014 Penfield Rotary Scholarship are now available. High school seniors living in the Penfield school district are eligible. The application deadline is May 5, 2014. Click here to download the 2014 PRC Scholarship Application.
Unless otherwise noted, The Penfield Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at noon, at the Shadow Lake Country Club clubhouse. The following is a list of upcoming meetings and events. Contact President Iveth Reynolds for more information.
Penfield Rotary Visits R Community Bikes
April 15: Highland Hospital Elder Care Program
April 22: Golf Tournament Update
April 29: AAVia Foundation for the Health of Bolivian Children by Timothy Malia, MD
May 6: Club Assembly – District Conference Update
May 2-4: District Conference (Burlington, VT)
June 2: Golf Tournament
The Penfield Rotary Club held its Service Above Self recognition luncheon on April 8th at Shadow Lake Country Club. Co-sponsored by Paychex and Advantage Federal Credit Union, this luncheon is designed to recognize employees of Penfield businesses, organizations, schools, and churches who provide outstanding service to their customers.
Honored employees this year included Darrek Brantley from Advantage Federal Credit Union, Lisa DeClerck from Penfield YMCA, Sue Kummer from Penfield Central School district, John Bernhard from Penfield Ecumenical Food Shelf, the staff of the Penfield Public Library, Bonnie Sunderville from Penfield Sport & Fitness, Mary Malone from St. Joseph’s Church, Michele Scarlata from the Town of Penfield, Tracy Schuhmacher from Wickham Farms, Katie Schell from Don’s Original, and Steve DeVries from Family First Federal Credit Union.
Congratulations to all our honorees and thank you for personifying the motto “Service Above Self”.
The Penfield Rotary celebrated its Moving Up Night on Tuesday, June 25. Christian Pappas passed the torch (or, gavel) to new President Iveth Reynolds and the new Board of Directors. Here’s to a new year and new opportunities for the Club!
New Board Members (L-R): Christian Pappas (Past President), Bill Pethick (Secretary), Steve Ketch (Club Administration), Jack Wetzel (Treasurer), Linda Kohl (Public Relations), Iveth Reynolds (President), Shannon Staub (President-Elect ). Not Pictured: Marie Cinti (New Generations)
Penfield Rotarian and Past District Governor Jack Best has been elected by the Rotary International Board of Directors to complete the term of Past RI Director Betsy Demaray, who passed away in January. The Rotary Board is responsible for doing whatever is necessary to further the purposes of Rotary. Duties include the control and supervision over all officers and committees. His term will end on June 30, 2013. Jack is one of 17 Directors world-wide and is responsible for Zones 28-29. Rotary International is divided into 34 Zones, with each zone having approximately 35,000 members. His territory extends from New York to North Dakota and includes northeast Pennsylvania west through Iowa and the east side of Nebraska. Congratulations to Jack on his election!
Jon Alhart joined Rotary in 2010 as a charter member of the Pen-Web Rotary Club. His undergraduate work at Ithaca College prepared him for the broadcast profession. After several years of on-air television experience, he returned to Rochester where he now is a public relations supervisor at the Dixon-Schwabl Agency. In this video, Jon and his two Rotarian contemporaries, attorney Sara Visingard and Development/Communications specialist Lindsey Dixon, explain how Rotary and their professions mesh.
Rotary International recently released a video and song entitled “Come Join us.” The photos of Penfield Rotary’s newest members have been incorporated into that video. They were inducted by DG Jeff Krans on December 14, 2010. This is the song written by Jerry Mills which was inspired by RI President Ray Klinginsmith and the work of Rotarians worldwide. The video was produced by Rotarian Bob Gallagher with full cooperation from Jerry Mills.