Rotary Club of Irondequoit, NY

Congratulations to FRAN DIPRIMA and JIM CUNNINGHAM who received
their Rotary Spouse Awards presented at the District Conference. B J Cunningham and PRES LOU Di Prima read their nomination letters detailing the many years, 18 ½ and 19, that FRAN and JIM have given inordinate amounts of time, talent and treasure to Rotary.  Thanks FRAN and JIM!!!!

Our annual St. Valentine's Day Party at the Shire at Culverton senior home.  Always an enjoyable evening really appreciated by the residents.

Click logo to see a great video about why Rotary supports Camp Haccamo!

Serving the community since 1967

Irondequoit rotarians are business and professional leaders who  take an active role in their community while greatly enriching their personal and professional lives.


If you live or work in the Irondequoit, NY area and are interested in "Helping Us Help Others," please consider joining our club.  For more information, see our MEMBERSHIP page.

Rotary is...

"Service Above Self"

At a recent meeting, Matt Clements presents his Eagle Scout project to enlarge the local vegetable plot that supplies fresh food to the Irondequoit Community Cupboard.  Our club is assisting Matt with financial aid and "sweat equity."

March 11th, members of Irondequoit Rotary gathered at St. Ann’s Community on Portland Avenue to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – serving ice cream and soda to residents. Performers from Young School of Irish Dance provided the entertainment. Irondequoit Rotarians have organized this annual celebration at St. Ann’s for more than 30 years!

General Norb Rappl, Irondequoit Rotarian, presents our club's donation to Todd Baxter from the Veteran's Outreach Center.  We are honored to help support our veterans who give so much for our freedom.

Most recent inductee, Jerry Marzano, being inducted by Guy Kittelsen, Ray Holla and President Lou DiPrima.

Paul Stella, being inducted by Guy Kittelsen and President Lou DiPrima in November 2104.

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IN MEMORIUM:  Irondequoit Rotarian, Chris Franco, and his beloved wife of 66 years, Evie, both passed away recently.  As they had been as teenagers,  they passed together, surrounded by family. 
Chris was of a generation of Rotarians who will be sorely missed; craftsmen who not only served with their minds and their contributions  but who had  the skills to actually roll-up-their-sleeves and build what is needed.  For over 30 years, Chris was deeply involved in both Irondequoit Rotary and Camp Haccamo, where he personally contributed to countless construction projects.    He was a friend and mentor to generations of Rotarians, teaching them how to lead and serve with strength, love, and a smile.