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Greece

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Ridgemont Country Club
3717 West Ridge Road
Greece, NY  14626
United States
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Speakers
New Member Induction
Oct 31, 2018
Steve Chatterton
Oct 31, 2018
GCSD Protection for Students
Andy Conlon
Nov 07, 2018
Taxes - How they are used and how you can reduce them
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President-Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Immediate Past President
Vocational Service Chair
Community Service Chair
International Service Chair
Youth Services Chair
Foundation Chair
Public Image Chair
Youth Exchange Chair
Literacy Chair
Membership Chair
Sargeant at Arms
Golf Tournamet Chair
Assistant Treasurer
Program Chair
 
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Greece Rotary News
The Greece Rotary Club this week 9/20, was awarded the Presidential Citation by Rotary International President Ian Riseley -The club in order to achieve this goal had to have a Strategic Plan in place, have at least 10 community goals and completed them - (we had 22, all completed), one environmental goal completed, increase the Foundation giving by 10% (we were over by 60%) and work with another Rotary Club on a project.
Only 7 Clubs in our district we awarded this Presidential Citation -Hat's Off to all the Hard Working Greece Rotarian's 
 
The Greece Rotary Inducted Four New Members this week - Sarah Catalino/Andrea Commilleri and Jim Wandtke from Servpro of NW Monroe County and Donna Himes -Buffalo Wild Wings - General Manager. 
The Servpro Team is our first Corporate Partner member -Congratulations to this company. 
Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan & Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter recently spoke at a The Greece Rotary meeting and enlightened the club on the Opioid Crisis/War he and other Police and the Medical Professionals are waging across our towns and country.
Per Sheriff Baxter's presentation: 
"We are losing this battle"
"We as a community need to start talking openly about this epidemic and remove the stigma and stereotypes. We need to feel a sense of urgency, urgency like this epidemic is in every one of our houses, our schools, our workplaces, our churches, because it is here and growing every day. "
The Average Opioid Death is 45 years old !!! not 22 years like most people think - The County of Monroe has initiated a Opioid Task Force to combine police/medical and social services agencies to work together sharing information and evidence to assist the victims and families of this killer in our Towns and Neighborhoods.
To hear more - click on this web link 
 
 
 
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