Rotary Club of East Aurora

East Aurora

Engage Rotary - Change Lives

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Roycroft Inn
40 South Grove Street
East Aurora, NY  14052
United States
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President
Immediate Past President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
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Public Relations
Youth Exchange
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The East Aurora Rotary Club meets weekly, every Tuesday morning at 7:30am at The Roycroft Inn. If you're interested in becoming a member, contact any current member or join us at a meeting!
 
We are proud to serve our East Aurora community and the surrounding areas.
 
After a successful 2017 raffle, we have decided to make it an annual tradition! 
 
 
Roycroft Master Artisans Thomas Pafk (Thomas Pafk Design) & Peggy Eisensmith (Aurora Art Glass) have teamed up to create a one-of-a-kind Roycroft floor lamp. Featuring cherry hardwood and maple panel framework base and a copper foiled Youghiogheny glass shade, the lamp measures 63" high and has a 12"x12" base. 
 
Valued at $2,000, this unique piece can be yours with the purchase of a $20 raffle ticket. Only 400 tickets will be sold and can be purchased at The Roycroft Inn, The Roycrofters-at-Large Association's Summer Art Show (held at The Healthy Zone Rink, June 23 & 24), or by contacting an East Aurora Rotarian. 
 
All proceeds benefit local non-profits and charities, we are proud to represent East Aurora and the surrounding areas. 
 
Pictured from the left: Superintendent Brian Russ, Board President MaryBeth Covert, Natalie Dutton,
Middle School Principal Matt Brown and Rotary members AJ Block, Amanda Larkowski and Ted Borowiak.
(via East Aurora Advertiser, photo by Marty Wangelin)
 

The Rotary Club of East Aurora donated $13,000 to the East Aurora Middle School STEM lab. The lab focuses on efforts to expand learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.  

The East Aurora club is also applying for a grant from Rotary International to provide additional funds for the STEM program in 2018. In addition, the club will be working hard on fund raising throughout 2018 with hopes of making a similar donation for this program in 2019.

The Rotary club has learned about the STEM programs starting at Parkdale Elementary to the East Aurora high school from meetings with East Aurora school administrators and technology teachers. With hundreds of East Aurora students using the STEM lab at the middle school annually, the donations from the Rotary Club can be used to help purchase computers and related equipment for our East Aurora students.

At the Club's April 3rd meeting, 3 new board members were elected. 
Jim Schneider, Paul Blowers & Ted Borowiak will all be joining the board. 
We also elected our 2019-2020 President, Karen Gembar. 
 
 
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