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ROTARY TO SET RECORD ON MAY 20th WITH ITS ANNUAL DAY OF SERVICE

Written By Editor on 5/15/23 | 5/15/23



On Saturday, May 20, 2023, more than 500 Rotary clubs and 15,000 Rotarians across five states and three countries, from Connecticut to Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, and New York in the United States, plus the countries of Bermuda and Brazil, will volunteer in their communities for an unprecedented Rotary Day of Service.   
Every Rotary Club in Greene County will be hosting a service project that day. 
In Cairo, club members will be cleaning up Route 23.  They will be meeting at 8 a.m. on Joseph D, Spencer Lane in Cairo.
Catskill Rotary is also hosting a clean-up day.  They will be focusing on downtown Catskill, and meeting at 9 a.m at 335 Main Street.
The Coxsackie-Athens Rotary Club is sponsoring a Mental Health Awareness Walk.  Many agencies and organizations will have booths at the starting point, Coxsackie-Athens High School on 24 Sunset Boulevard in Coxsackie.  The walk sets of at 9 a.m.
The Greenville club is holding a 5K Run/Walk  to provide a healthful community event and to raise money for a planned pickle ball court in the town park.  Volunteers are needed to help the event run smoothly, and runners and walkers are welcome.  Register at: https://runsignup.com/Race/NY/Greenville/RotaryResponds5k
The Windham club will be working with the local VFW post to place flags on the headstones of about 700 veterans.  Meeting time is 9 a.m. at VFW Post 1545, 5565 Route 23.
The Rotary Day of Service isn’t just for Rotarians. Anyone who wants to “Get Behind the Wheel” and give back to their own communities can visit RotaryDayOfService.org and click on the ‘Register to Volunteer’ tab for information. Once registered, local clubs will contact volunteers and provide details.  Greene and Columbia County clubs are listed under the “Capital District and Berkshires” tab on that site.
“Rotarians are known for their tireless efforts to help those in need, but the 2023 Day of Service event will be the single largest coordinated multi-District Rotary community volunteer effort we’ve ever held in our region,” said Drew Kessler, Rotary International Director for Rotary Zones 28 & 32, and a member of our local Hudson Valley District 7210’s North Rockland Rotary Club.

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