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The Rotary Club of White Plains is Club 5043, District 7230, Zone 32, Region USCB, Federal tax ID 13-6111471.

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1712, White Plains NY 10602.

Our "Foundation of the Rotary Club of White Plains" is tax exempt, New York State #219346, tax ID 13-6165380.

Website created August 2001.

The Rotary Club of White Plains was chartered October 1, 1919, charter number 540.
 

Rotary Club of White Plains, New York

We meet for lunch on Tuesdays at 12:15 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Visiting Rotarians are always welcome.
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2016-17 President
George Kontogiannis
Today, Monday, August 29, 2016:

90 active members

Upcoming Club Schedule:
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Paul Anderson-Winchell is the Executive Director of Lifting Up Westchester, a position he has held since August 2005. Under Anderson-Winchellís leadership, the agency runs eight programs that provide homeless and poverty services to more than 4500 men, women and children in need every year. Lifting Up Westchester is one of the countyís largest social services agencies and has been providing services for almost 40 years.
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Marietta C. Manoni, Mobility Manager for RideConnect ,Family Services of Westchester will talk to us about volunteerism with RideConnect. RideConnect, a not-for-profit program of Family Services of Westchester, is dedicated to finding the fastest and most cost-effective transportation options to meet the needs of older adults, age 60+, in southern Putnam and Westchester Counties.
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Timothy L. Hall became the 12th president of Mercy College on May 13, 2014, . His immediate priorities were to increase enrollment at the Collegeís four campuses and to promote greater student success.
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Betty Alvarez,a fine arts appraiser, who has made numerous appearances on the TV Program "Antiques Roadshow" will discuss the importance of a good appraisal.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Local artist and musician David Henningsen will show his nature photography and play a few songs.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
White Plains Rotary presents an evening of fine wine and food sampling. Fundraiser evening not to be missed!

Current club members can access the "members-only" area using their private passwords. Members can read weekly Bulletins, Board minutes, print the photo Roster, edit their own Profiles, check attendance, update the schedule, and so on.               10 [0]

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Contribution Summary

Through our Foundation, we award scholarships every year to students at the three high schools in White Plains. In addition, we make contributions to many community organizations and we support The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International with substantial donations each year. Click here for a summary of contributions made by our club.

Report on the 2015 Loucks Track Meet

Every year, Rotary is a major sponsor and supporter of the Loucks Games, the largest high school track meet on the East Coast. We are proud of our involvement in and support of Loucks.

Rotary is Networking

In 1905, our founder, Paul Harris, conceived of Rotary as a way for business and professional men to help each other. It was an opportunity to get to know other businessmen and support them in their businesses. He called it fellowship and mutual helpfulness; today we would call it networking.

Here's Paul Harris talking in 1945 talking about Rotary:
"This new club was called Rotary because in the early days the members met in rotation in their various places of business so that they might come to know one another better.  The heart and soul of the first Rotary Club in Chicago was fellowship...
...and the original idea of mutual helpfulness evolved into the idea of general helpfulness."

You are invited to our networking group, which meets monthly. You do not have to be a Rotarian to attend - it is open to all! PLEASE JOIN US!

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