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Check out Rotary.org’s modern, new look

Check out Rotary.org’s modern, new lookRotary.org, our public-facing website, has a fresh, contemporary look that clearly answers the often-asked question: “What is Rotary?” It’s the first step in a two-part update to our entire website: first Rotary.org, and

RI President Shekhar Mehta urges countries at COP26 to protect mangroves

Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta joined the Rotary delegation to the 26th United Nations climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland, on 10 November to explore ways Rotary can work on environmental challenges.

Rotary Youth Exchange: Your passport to adventure

Youth Exchange students often say their experience abroad was the best time of their lives. Being part of the program can be life-changing for Rotary members as well

Rotary projects around the globe October 2021

Learn how Rotary clubs are taking action in the U.S. and Canada, Brazil, Finland, Korea, and New Zealand.

Community Events and Announcements
 
 
Proceeds from all of our events go directly to the Commack-Kings Park Charitable Fund, which funds local programs like End Hunger in Kings Park, the Healing Garden, Community Round Tables, Food Drives, Hygiene Drives, the Dictionary Project and so many others... 
 

Join us for a Blood Drive
Commack-Kings Park Rotary Club/St. Catherine of Siena Hospital
June 17th between 12PM and 6PM at 500 Commack Road, Commack.
Make an appointment online at www.nybc.org/donate or by calling (800) 933-BLOOD.
 
 
We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM at Gino's of Commack.  Join us!
 
Pay for Lunch
                                                                
 
We were excited to participate in Rotary's Million Mask Challenge for the second time.  We donated 6,000 masks to our local community.  The Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corp, Community Housing Innovations, and the Gerald Ryan Outreach Center were each received a case of 2,000 masks.
We have set up a community sharing table in Kings Park.  The table will be open 24/7 for anyone in the community. Thank you to everyone that has donated so far. Today we dropped off a ton of food including fresh fruits and vegetables and bread. At this time we are taking non-expired food donations. Please check the expiration dates on the food before you bring them to the table.  It is located at the park on Main Street near the Kings Park Train Station. Share if you can spare, receive if you are in need. 
We were excited to participate in Rotary's Million Mask Challenge.  We donated 10,000 masks to the Commack and Kings Park Community.  The Kings Park Fire Department, Commack Fire Department, Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corp, St Johnland Nursing Center, and Gurwin each received a case of 2,000 masks.
 
All of the projects were amazing and showed a great commitment to serving the community.  We would like to thank everyone for submitting their projects. Brandon organized the Face shields and ear savers for the front line workers and Sophia organized the Fundraiser for Nursing Home.