Chartered in 1974, we are a breakfast club that meets every Tuesday at 7: 30 am at the Bethel Inn Resort. Our diverse membership is comprised of approximately 35 professional and community leaders who strive to exemplify the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self” in their daily lives.
We are an active group engaged in many local as well as international projects that offer our members opportunities to reach out to those in need. We always welcome
visitors, so if you are in the area please join us and learn more about our club and Rotary.
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Annually, the club invites senior citizens to a Christmas luncheon, distributes gifts to area children in need under its Christmas for Children effort, gives Christmas food baskets to those in need, provides college scholarships for high school seniors and alternative education scholarships to others, recognizes Telstar Students of the Month and Top 10 Graduating Seniors, and sends students to the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference and World Affairs Seminar.
We organize hands on projects including the construction of wheelchair accessible ramps, building bridges and porches at
Internationally we have provided funds to Project Hope and Kombit Sante in response to the Haitian disaster. We joined in the funding of bicycles for polio survivors in
We are actively involved in Polio Plus, a world wide Rotary project to eradicate polio throughout the world supported by the Bill Gates Foundation with millions of dollars in matching grant funds.
We also have a strong fellowship component amongst our members. We enjoy working playing and laughing together and forming new friendships that will
last forever. The self satisfaction one can achieve when presented with the opportunities Rotary can offer is endless. Many of our members have found richer and more meaningful lives through membership in our club.
Joe Arizzi, President