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Welcome to the Rotary Club of West Hartford!

West Hartford

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
The Pond House
1555 Asylum Ave.
West Hartford, CT  06117
United States
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District 7890 Installation Dinner Online Registration is now OPEN! Register TODAY!!!  Click HERE to register.
Installation of 2017-18 officers and presentation of awards will be held on Tuesday, June 27th at the Pond House Cafe in West Hartford.  The event starts at 5:30pm with cocktails with dinner following at 6:30pm.


President Robert Kor with new member Mark Walker and Rotarian Tony Rodriguez.
 


Guest speakers included Bonnie Meyers, Director of Programs and Services from the Brain Injury Alliance of CT.

Some key upcoming events:
 
 
Celebrate West Hartford
Saturday June 10th - Sunday June 11th
Contact Bennett Forrest or Fern Vidal to sign up
 
Shifts:
Friday JUNE 9: 4-7:30
Saturday JUNE 10: 9a-12:30
Saturday JUNE 10: 12-3:30
Saturday JUNE 10: 3-6:30
Sunday: JUNE 11: 11:30-3
Sunday JUNE 11: 2:30-6
 
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24 members out of 55 have given to the Annual fund this year - let's make it 100%!
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As of May 21st, we have given $10,166 towards the goal of $10,000.  Also, we have given $2965 to the Polio Plus Campaign, exceeding the club goal of $2650.


Guest speaker Alan Hurst, a Rotary Peace Fellow.
 
Rotarian Dave Lemkuil receives his first Paul Harris Fellowship from Club President Robert Kor and Foundation Chair Eileen Rau
It was a busy April 10th - some of the action is captured in pictures. The club presented a check for $7500 to the Johnathan's Dream Fund, which will support the construction of  Jonathan’s Dream Reimagined, a revolutionary new inclusive playground.
 
 
Our guest speaker from India presented Club President Robert Kor with gifts
 
 
District Governor Frank Wargo was also in attendance
 
 
Guest Speaker Janet Bailey from Aurora Foundation, which was formed to serve as a catalyst for change in the lives of women and girls in Greater Hartford, with the intended effect of unlocking the potential of their families and surrounding communities.
 
Vines of March is less than two weeks away.  Johnny's Jog, which is supported by the club, is coming up on the 19th.
 
Guest speaker Joseph Dakers, Tax Assessor, Town of West Hartford
 
Rotarian / West Hartford Mayor Shari Cantor receives her Paul Harris +8 from Foundation Chair Eileen Rau and Club President Robert Kor
 
 
Speakers
Jim Mac Pherson
Jun 05, 2017
Autonomous Vehicles
Kathy Flaherty, Exec Dir, CT Legal Rights Project
Jun 19, 2017
"Would you tell"?
Kevin Farmer, Exec Dir, ITNCentralCT
Jul 24, 2017
What Happens When You Put the Car Keys Away?
Robert Maher, Exec. Dir. New Horizon's Village
Sep 11, 2017
Honoring Polly Hinks, an original founder of NHV
 
 
 
 
 
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