The fun and friendly dinner club!

We meet in-person at 6 PM for dinner at Holiday Inn Suites 

on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month 

In The News
Members and significant others gathered at Al and Rose Scales home to celebrate outgoing President Annette’s 2023-24 Rotary year. The evening had it all - the party, the speech and, of course, Club poet laureate Phil delivering another world beating poem that had them out of their seats screaming “Annette”. Just click READ MORE below to see it all. Thanks to Al and Rose for hosting the group and an outstanding menu!
A full slate of members and guests had a perfect day for golf at Beechwood Golf & Country Club! The volunteers organized by Shannon did an awesome job helping with the various activities and Beechwood capped it off with an outstanding Prime Rib Dinner.
Along with 14 individual Hole Sponsors, major Event Sponsors included Huntington Animal Hospital (Dinner); ServiceMaster ($10000 Hole In One); First Response (Longest Drive Men’s); Portage Mutual Insurance (Longest Drive Women’s); George Darte Funeral Chapel (Closest to the Pin Men’s) and Walker Brothers (Closest to the Pin Women’s).
Al Scales.
Jul 24, 2024 6:00 PM
Rotary Award Winners.
Juliet Dunn.
Sep 25, 2024 6:00 PM
Niagara Jazz Festival.
Chris Andres.
Oct 09, 2024 6:00 PM
Literacy Niagara.
Support The Clarice West Hobbs Contemplative Garden
BINGO Volunteers in July!
We will have two Thursdays
and one Monday monthly
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Thurs July 4 - Ellen & Janet
Thurs July 11 - Elaine & Marlene
Mon July 15 -  Sandi & Gary C
We now need two volunteers
per session.

Bingo volunteers-please contact

Mary to fill in the blanks.

Reminder: you must come in

your blue rotary shirt and black pants.


Little Lending Library
July 1 - Sandi
July 8 - Marlene
July 15 - Anne
July 22 - Bryan
July 29 - Willy
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