Club Information
North Rockland Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Lynch's On The Green
200 Thiells Mount Ivy Rd
Pomona, NY, NY 10984
United States of America
** The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month are at 6 PM. The 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month are at 12:30 PM.
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Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Community Service
Rotary Day of Service Chair
Vocational Service
Vocational Service
Rotary Day of Service Chair
Rotary Day of Service Chair
International Service
Membership Chairperson
Diversity Equity Inclusion
Public Relations Chair
Youth Service
Service Projects Chair
The Rotary Foundation
Upcoming Events
On Saturday, May 18, Rotary Clubs in ten states and several foreign countries will join in an annual Day of Service event to add to the service which they provide throughout the year.  As a part of this effort, the Rotary Club of North Rockland will host a dinner dance for developmentally delayed residents of group homes in the Rockland County from 6 pm to 8pm at the West Haverstraw Community Center. The evening will feature a DJ playing dance music, and a dinner served by Rotarian volunteers.    Admission is by invitation only.
The event is intended to provide an evening of fun and entertainment for our guests. We sometimes forget that developmentally delayed people, like everyone else, can use a break from the daily routine and a special event to look forward to.
For more information about the event, contact Carol Hoerter CAROLLHOERTER@OPTONLINE.NET
The Rotary Club of North Rockland proudly donated $2,300 to the North Rockland Central School District towards the purchase of 660 books for 3rd grade students in the district. Each 3rd grade student will receive a copy of The Invisible String, a relatable and reassuring contemporary classic which explores love as the invisible string which binds us all together.  On February 12th and March 7th, Rotary volunteers will be reading portions of the book to these students in school before they take home their copy.  NR Rotary has had a longstanding tradition of working with the school district. In the past, we donated dictionaries to students. With the increasing use of online dictionaries, we looked for new ways to encourage literacy and the habit of reading for enjoyment.  We are overjoyed to be continuing this tradition again this year.
Our donation this year was assisted by a generous grant of $1000 from Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. ("O&R")   The grant was presented to our club by Mr. Matthew Mariconi , Corporate Affairs Manager of O&R, pictured below along with Club President Joseph Truhon. We thank O&R for this generous grant!