Welcome to our Club!
Rockville Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Mitchell's Restaurant
1237 Hartford Tpke
Vernon, CT
United States of America
Stories
 
A big Rotary THANKS to everyone who stopped by to purchase our beautiful red and multi-colored roses. With your support, we raised over $4,000. All proceeds will contribute to our scholarship fund, which assists local high school seniors in furthering their education.
 
To view a photo album of the event, please click here.
 
For more information regarding our Rotary Club of Rockville Scholarship program, please click here.
 
Stay tuned for an announcement regarding our 2024 scholarship recipients!
On May 15, Rockville Rotary's Sharon Redfern sat down with Joyce Vaudreuil of the Community Voice Channel to discuss our upcoming Rose Sale on June 6, as well as other Rotary programs and events that benefit our local and international communities.      A big THANK YOU to our friends at CVC for producing the interview!
 
You can watch the program on YouTube by clicking the link below: 
 
 
 
Below are the scheduled dates and times the program will air on Comcast Public Access Channel 1070, live on the Community Voice Channel Website, on Fire TV, and on ROKU TV.

June 1st: 3:30pm
June 13th: 1:30pm
June 16th: 5:00pm
June 18th: 2:30pm
June 23rd: 10:00pm
June 26th: 9:30pm
June 28th: 5:30pm
 
Please share with your friends and colleagues!
 
Despite the chilly weather, our "Queen Bees" Susanne Beason and Sharon Redfern enjoyed celebrating Earth Day and greeting visitors to our Rotary Booth.    To educate visitors on the importance of pollinators to our world, Rockville Rotarians distributed honey sticks and provided links to other educational resources.  
 
In 2020, Rotary International added "Protecting the Environment" as an official area of focus.    Allocating resources to environment-related projects will empower Rotary members with additional avenues to drive positive global change and enhance our impact.” 🌍🌱
 
Want to learn more?  Click here to read about Rotary's "Operation Pollination" initiative, including the simple things you can do to help restore pollinator habitat. 
 
The Rotary Club of Rockville is pleased to announce Robin Kohler as our President-Elect for the 2024-25 Rotary year!

Robin brings over 35 years of community service to her upcoming role as Club President.  As Site Director at KIDSAFE CT, an affiliate of The Village for Families & Children, she oversees the day-to-day operations of the building, and manages the Supervised Visitation and PEP Programs. She also plays a key role in fundraising events and is an active member of the Staff Engagement and Health & Safety Committees.
 
In addition to KIDSAFE, CT, Robin contributes her talents to other area organizations including Vernon Community Network, the Vernon ROCKS Coalition, and the Exchange Club of Rockville.  Robin earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Hofstra University.
 
As Club President, Robin will work with current members as well as our broader community to raise funds, inspire new members, and develop service projects which help those in need.
 
Please join us in congratulating Robin as she leads our club during the upcoming year!
 
Another special evening at Cornerstone - an organization that demonstrates the Holiday spirit all year-round!
 
 
 
 
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