The East Northport Rotary Club is happy to partner with Care to Knit Inc. for donations of unused and unwanted skeins of yarn. Care to Knit, Inc. will turn your donations into lovely needed items for local charities including homeless shelters, hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and the armed forces, etc. We are continuously collecting yarn for Care2Knit […]
Expressing his admiration for a job well done, John Eff, Vice President of the East Northport Rotary (standing far right), addresses a group of volunteer fire fighters from the Centerport Fire Department. Mr. Eff’s speech included his knowledge of Rotary and the importance of volunteerism to the local community as well as internationally. Following the presentation, […]
PRESERVING AND PROTECTINGIn a continued effort to support frontline volunteers, Maria Failey (left), President of the Rotary Club of East Northport, presents a check for $250.00 to East Northport Fire Chief Wayne Kaifler Jr. –(far right). Also pictured (left to right), 2nd Assistant Chief Matthew Cambria and Assistant Chief Steven Macedonio. Historically, the East Northport […]
Members of the East Northport Rotary take time out to present a check for $250.00 in support of the Greenlawn Fire Department. Along with the check, PPE face masks were also donated by the Ted Rossi Foundation during last weeks Million Mask Challenge. Pictured from (L-R) Alexandra Camp, Rotary member, Joan Bubaris, Rotary Secretary, Don […]
East Northport Rotary members Marie Failey (left) and Joan Bubaris (right), work diligently to assemble PPE mask donations to help stem the spread of COVID. Through the generous support of the Ted Rossi Family Foundation, this week’s Million Mask Challenge made a stop on Long Island in order to distribute the much-needed masks to Rotary […]
With the kindness and generosity from our partner organization, “The Seasons” in Elwood brought smiles to a lot of young faces this past holiday season. Hundreds of toys, books, and gift cards were collected by area residents amidst concerns of COVID-19. The Toy Drive aided families from Mana Ministries in East Northport, a non-profit organization […]
Pictured is East Northport Rotary President Marie Failey (left) accepting the Paul Harris Society pin and certificate in appreciation for the club’s financial contribution to the Rotary Foundation. Former District Governor Shawn Weis (right) officiated the ceremony at a recent meeting held at the Candlelight Diner in Commack.
Rotarians Mary Wood (left) and Rosemary Hamel (right) convey a sense of urgency for much needed food in front of the IGA in East Northport. In support of Manna Ministries, todays donations brought in 1,017.2 pounds of foods and $424.00 in cash. For more information on the Rotary Club of East Northport contact Joan Bubaris
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