Save the date for a night out with our friends at the Harlem Rotary Club. On May 5th they’re celebrating their 50th birthday with a night of casino games, live entertainment, a silent auction and more! Proceeds will help support projects of the Harlem Rotary Club. Tickets on sale now!
Don’t forget to grab your tickets for this year’s District 7230 Conference! This event will be held at the Tarrytown House Estate on April 8th from 8:30 AM to 9:00 PM. Join in the fellowship with fellow 7230-ers as well as discussions about district business, awards, ideas & inspiration, an optional dinner and a showcase of successful service projects. See you there!
Please see this invite from DG Lora for “On to Bermuda”!
On To Bermuda is a beautiful tradition of fellowship in District 7230 between NY and Bermuda. If you have not already reserved your air, hotel and event tickets, take care of it now for best pricing and use the attachment to review the event info, registration links and daily suggested sightseeing. Come to just one or all events in the itinerary.
The Bermuda Leadership team (Assistant Governor-Area 7- Barrett Dill, Past Assistant Governor Gilda Furbert, President-St. George – Drew Roberts, President- Hamilton- Betty-Jean DeSilva, President – Sandys-Nathan Kowalski, President- Pembroke- Shangri-La Durham-Thompson) have made all the hotel and event arrangements and are hosting the Thursday Night Home Hospitality Dinners. The Saturday Night Monte Carlo Casino Dinner/Dancing Evening is guaranteed to be a wonderful finale to the week with an expected turnout of over 200, including Rotarians, spouses and non-Rotarians from Bermuda and New York. A special Bermuda Celebration in conjunction with celebrating the good work of The Rotary Foundation for 100 years!
All Event registrations should be completed by Sept. 30, cost after this date will include a surcharge.
The Rotary Club of Harlem, joined by Chinatown, Inwood, Metro NYC, New York, Riverdale, and Wall Street hope you can join us to raise money for a good cause and have a good time.
Come with the kids or come by yourself to enjoy all you can eat food & drinks, friendly competition with Olympic style games, medals, BBQ contest, raffles, prizes and more. The 1st annual Rotary BBQ Olympics will be an action-packed, fun-filled day the whole family will enjoy. From individual challenges to group team relays you have the chance to test your will, your skill, and your might against Rotarians from across the city.
So you think you can cook? Enroll in our BBQ cook-off contest and compete with some of the best chefs in the district. Whether you like brisket, chicken, pork shoulder, or ribs you’ll have a chance to enter your best dish for judging. The contest form can be found below.
Proceeds from this event will be going to Education Clinic, Inc. The Clinic is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which is dedicated to providing educational and other programs to children with the conviction that education and opportunity are inextricably linked. Founded in 1979, when programs were initiated in Public School 92 and St. Aloysius, The Clinic, has since expanded from a small community based organization into a thriving education clinic which serves children from ages 3 to 21, from all the boroughs of the city, Nassau, Rockland, and Westchester counties, and Northern New Jersey. Every year The Clinic expands its enrollment and programs to accommodate the needs of the community. Affectionately known as “The Clinic”, The Education Clinic Inc. can be summed up in one simple word, Opportunity.
Funds collected on Eventbrite will be going to the Rotary Club of Wall Street (a 501c4 non-profit organization), passed on to The Clinic, and will NOT be tax-deductible. The Rotary Club of Wall Street is hosting this Eventbrite page for the benefit of this event.
Tentative event agenda:
12:00PM EVENT START TIME
• Registration starts for all events and activities.
• Check out the amazing food prepared & served by Area 5 Rotarians.
• Table seating and picnic blankets on site and available, feel free to bring your favorite picnic blanket along.
12:30PM BBQ CONTEST JUDGING START TIME
1:00PM BBQ CONTEST JUDGING END TIME
RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON FOR AMAZING PRIZES – DON’T MISS OUT!
ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE AND JOIN THE ROTARY OLYMPICS!
• ALL games and activities open to ALL attendees.
• Sign up for the Individual Olympic Games Skills Challenge and go for the gold! Family-friendly versions of shot put, discuss, obstacle course, speed challenge and more.
• Get your friends together and participate in the Team Challenge. Trophy cup for the team with the most points in challenges like tug-of-war, water balloon toss, hula hoop relay and more.
• Also… anytime activities for all including dominoes, cards and checkers, plus coloring books & temporary tattoos at the kid’s table.
2:45PM LAST CALL FOR RAFFLE TICKET PURCHASES
3:00PM RAFFLE WINNERS ANNOUNCED
3:15PM 1ST ANNUAL ROTARY OLYMPICS WINNERS’ CEREMONY
4:00PM EVENT END TIME
Please help us keep the park clean! Trash and recycling containers stationed throughout our event.
Welcome to the family, T250! In partnership with Rotary Club of Metro NYC, we raised funds to help the Bowery Mission buy this new van!
You are invited to be a part of a brand new event that has the potential to shape the future of Rotary International. The first 5 & 5 Young Professionals Summit for Rotary Districts 7210, 7230, and 7255 will be taking place in August 2016 at Bear Mountain, NY. Out of 150 grant applications to the Rotary Foundation for 2016-17 for similar programs featuring young professionals and Rotary, only 19 grants were approved. Only ONE grant was received for Rotary Zones 24 and 32, and this is it! These zones encompass the North East of the United States and all of Canada, so this is truly a unique opportunity.
The goal of the Young Professionals Summit is to understand how Rotary International can be relevant to Young Professionals, what it needs to become to continue to attract members of all ages and demographic groups. We are looking for eager, motivated people with a true sense of “Service Above Self” who are ready to throw away the box and work together on ideas to improve their community and the world through Rotary.
During the weekend, there will be an action-packed agenda. You’ll be networking with one another and the leadership of the sponsoring districts, working with hand and heart on a service project, enjoying nature and Bear Mountain with outdoor activities, and honing your leadership skills. You will have an opportunity to think critically and creatively to help Rotary by providing the insight it needs to continue and thrive.
Each of the three Districts will be selecting ten young professionals (aged 25-40): five will be Rotarians, and five will be non-Rotarians/Rotaractors. A Rotary club will endorse a Rotarian applying for the event, and that Rotarian will put forward a non-Rotarian friend or colleague they in turn are sponsoring and recommending for the event.
Please see the attached application. The application is also available online at each district’s website. The completed applications for a Rotarian and non-Rotarian pair, with sponsoring club President’s signature of approval, are due by June 1, 2016. Applications should be returned by email to: RotaryYPS2016@gmail.com, copying Drew Kessler at email@example.com, and with your district listed in the email header. The final selection of attendees will be made by the YPS Committee. Phone, Skype, or in-person interviews may be scheduled as needed to make the final selections. Selections will be announced by June 15, 2016, and selected applicants are expected to confirm and hold free the August 12-14th, 2016 weekend free for participation in the summit.
2016 YPS Committee
Rotary Club of Wall Street New York is supporting the District 7230 effort to sponsor a Global Grant Scholar.
District 7230 will be supporting one outbound Global Grant Scholarship (for up to $30,000 USD) for the Academic Year 2016/17. All interested applicants must submit their application through a Rotary Club in District 7230. All applications endorsed by clubs and received by the submission deadline will be reviewed on the District level. By endorsing an application, the club agrees to serve as Sponsor Club and nominates one of its club members as Sponsor Counselor in case the applicant endorsed by the club is selected to receive the scholarship.
Eligibility criteria for the scholarship:
– The applicant is not a Rotarian and is not related to a Rotarian.
– The applicant must be a resident of District 7230.
The applicant must pursue graduate-level studies or research outside of the U.S. in one of the six areas of focus:
– Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
– Disease prevention and treatment
– Water and sanitation
– Maternal and child health
– Basic education and literacy
– Economic and community development
A scholarship candidate is expected to have:
– Excellent leadership skills and potential.
– A proven record of success in his or her academic field of vocation.
– A commitment to community service.
– Well-defined and realistic goals.
– Concrete ideas for advancing within his or her chosen field.
– Sincerity about maintaining a lifelong relationship with Rotary after the scholarship period.
The deadline for applications to our club is March 15 at 11:59pm Eastern Time, and club-level acceptance/rejection notification by March 28. Rotaractors are allowed to submit, as long as they are not related to a Rotarian.
Include the following details with your application.
– Applicant’s CV.
– All relevant transcripts (including at least the transcripts of the institutions listed in the scholarship application form).
– At least 3 letters of recommendation.
– Proof of admission to the institution of study or research.
– Scholarship application form, click here to download the form.
Submit all materials via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our District 7230 Governor Marilyn Masiero will be visiting us on October 7. DG Marilyn Masiero’s home club is the Larchmont club. She will be talking about the District efforts, providing a more global view of the District and beyond.
Club Quarters Hotel, Wall Street
52 William Street
(Conference Room on 2nd floor)
New York, NY 10005
Wednesday, October 7, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Congratulations to our Charter Member & Past President Susanne Gellert who was re-appointed by
Rotary International President K.R. Ravindran to serve as a RI’s Representative to the United Nations! Save the date for UN Day on November 7!
In Memory of Rotarian Barney Barnet, RI Alt Representative to the UN
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Check in, Pick up T-Shirt: 8:30 to 9:30
Walk 10 AM to 12:00 PM
1.6 miles round trip .8 miles round trip to mid span
First 1st 1,000 Registrants Commemorative T-Shirts
East Side of City Hall Park (Brooklyn Bridge Subway Station at the Bridge Ramp)
See more details & register at: