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WINE & BEER TASTING and SILENT AUCTION, SAVE THE DATE....Friday February 7, 2020
ROTARY GOLF TOURNAMENT- Aug 8, 2019
Meals on Wheels, Old Saybrook Estuary
Dictionary Project
Scholarships
Community Outreach
The D.A.R.E. Program
International Service Projects
Incubators for Techiman Neonatal Center, Aug. 2019
Kenya Clinic
Ghana Library-Literacy Project
Bio-Sand Water Purification Project in India
TORCHLIGHT PARADE: Saturday Dec 8, 2018
Local Community Service Projects
New Generations Avenue of Service
Interact Club
Warm the Children
Local Community Service Projects
$750 Wreaths Across America, Aug. 2019
 

May 2015. $1,000 Substance Abuse Donation to Lyme's Youth Services.
Left to Right: Bill O'Shaughnessy, Karen Fischer, Mary Siedner

Heat & Eat $5,000 Donation Feb. 2015
To assist those with fuel assistance and basic needs

BIKES FOR KIDS
The Old Saybrook Rotary Club is proud to support this organization that buys, repairs and donates bikes and bike helmets to children who can't afford to buy a bike. Dave Fowler (pictured below center) took over for founder Chuck Greib who passed away in 2009. Since its founding, over 16,000 bikes and helmets have been donated to date (9/10/14). In 2013, 1,368 bikes and helmets were provided. Below, Dave receives a check for $300 from Old Saybrook Rotary Club President Bill O'Shaughnessy and Treasure David Wight. Please join us in supporting this wonderful cause:

www.bikes-for-kids.net
860-388-BIKE



Acton Public Library 2014
The Rotary Club of Old Saybrook is working with wth Acton Public Library to facilitate the purchase of a new mobile computer lab costing $12,000. There is currently no free, regularly scheduled computer instruction available to the public in the Old Saybrook area.  To fill the need the library is launching a Technical Skills Training Initiative (TSTI) to enable library staff and volunteers to conduct training in subjects such as introduction to computers, introduction to email, and more. The Rotary Club of Old Saybrook will match dollar for dollar all contributions to a maximum of $6,000.  If you'd like to help please mail checks to:
The Rotary Club of Old Saybrook Foundation
P.O. Box 1125
Old Saybrook, CT  06475
(mark check "Acton Library")
For more information, call Wendy Connal at 960-395-3184 or William McLaughlin at 860-395-9054

Acton Library Acknowledgement Letter.pdf






Lyme Youth Service Bureau

  








Shoreline Soup Kitchen & Pantries
June 26, 2013

Old Saybrook Rotary Club President Gerri Lewis and Keith Wescovich present a check for $1,000 to Lin Smith, Volunteer & Program Director and Clinton Pantry Manager

  






Acton Public Library

The Old Saybrook Rotary Club made a substantial contribution for the expansion and improvements to the Acton Public Library.  






Splash Pad at Kavanaugh Park on Trask Rd.

As part of our Rotary Centenial observance in which Rotary celebrated 100 years of service, The Old Saybrook Club made a substantial contribution for improvements to Kavanaugh Park including the construction of the Splash Pad and addition of dugouts and fencing to the Little League ballfield.

 






Ball Field at Kavanaugh Park on Trask Rd.