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PO Box 270252
West Hartford, CT  06127-0252
 
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of West Hartford!

West Hartford

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
The Pond House
1555 Asylum Ave.
West Hartford, CT  06117
United States
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Kevin Farmer, executive director of ITNCentralCT, speaks.  ITNCentralCT  provides a community-based, and community supported, economically viable and consumer-oriented, quality transportation service for seniors .
 
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Rotarian Tony Rodriguez opens the event
 
The Rotary Club of West Hartford held a luncheon to celebrate the Rotary Writing Project with the West Hartford Middle Schools on March 29th.  
A total of 32 students represented their schools to celebrate their accomplishment. Eight of the students read their piece as part of the program. The students writing focused on the Rotary theme "Making a Difference". 
 
 
Guest speakers from the Fern Street Food Pantry.  The pantry is the newest program launched by The Fern Street Community Kitchen, which is operated by the Universalist Church of West Hartford with support from Foodshare, local merchants, and hundreds of local volunteers.  On the third Saturday each month,they distribute non-perishables, fresh produce, frozen meats, and eggs to qualified recipients and to date they have distributed over 3.5 tons of food.  
 
Guest speakers from the Rotary Club of Springfield discussed their Cambodia clean water project.
Rotarian Tony Rodriguez discusses the 6th Grade writing project at King Phillips Middle School; he also visited Sedgewick and Bristow.
A total of 32 students will represent their schools at an upcoming luncheon to celebrate their accomplishment. Eight of the students will read their piece as part of the program. The students writing will focus on the Rotary theme "Making a Difference".  The luncheon to celebrate the Rotary Writing Project with the West Hartford Middle Schools is scheduled for March 29th at 11:45 (new date and time!) at the University of St. Josephs, McGovern Hall, West Hartford, CT.
 
 
Club President Donna Griffen presents the Paul Harris Fellowship to Rotarian Kurt Roggendorf
 
 
Speakers
Club Assembly
May 07, 2018
Rick & Elin Lawrence
May 14, 2018
Guatemala Water and Sanitation Projects Rick is the District 7890 Chair for these projects.
Club Assembly
May 21, 2018
Jonathan Harris
Jun 04, 2018
His Journey in the running for Governor
Conrad Sienkiewicz, Volunteer Mgr.
Jun 18, 2018
CT Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
Erin Spaulding, President Achilles International
Jun 25, 2018
See How We Run! Partners w/wo Disabilities
Club Assembly
Jul 16, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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