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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kingston!
Kingston Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Wednesdays at 5:45 PM
Alternating In Person and Virtual
Kingston, NY 12401
United States of America
Our meetings are Virtual and In Person. There is an In Person breakfast meeting every second Wednesday. There is an In Person dinner meeting every third Wednesday. All other meetings are on Zoom.
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Join us Saturday, May 20th 2023 as we celebrate the Rotary Day of Service.
The Kingston Rotary will be hosting a Blood Drive located at
Ulster Savings Bank on Schwenk Drive in Kingston. 
Donors can make an appointment: 
April 19, 2023 @ 5:30-7:30pm - Christina's Restaurant, 812 Ulster Avenue, Kingston NY, 12401
Su Marcy
Since joining United Way of Ulster County in 2004, Su Marcy has been involved in every aspect of this important organization’s mission: To help ensure resources are available to meet the needs of both individuals and organizations in Ulster County.  Prior to her appointment as President and CEO in June 2022, Su had served as United Way of Ulster County’s Vice President for 18 years.
An accomplished non-profit administrator with extensive fundraising, event planning, budget management, financial reporting, networking, and stewardship experience, Ms. Marcy understands that working with volunteers is an integral part of United Ways success.
Su is a life-long resident of the Hudson Valley.  Some of her earliest memories of Ulster County come from tagging along with her dad, Jim Studley, a former soccer coach at Kingston City Schools and SUNY Ulster.  
A graduate of Marist College, Summa Cum Laude, Su is passionate about helping people, giving back, and making her corner of the world a better place to be.  She was a Big Sister in the local Big Brothers Big Sisters program for 8 years.  She has served on the Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce Board, and the Ulster Chamber Foundation Board.  Su is a proud member of the Leadership Ulster Hall of Fame, and is a 2018 YWCA Tribute to Women Honoree.  
March 15th at Christina's 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Director of Sustainability Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency
After the industrial revolution made a consumer society possible, garbage was considered a resource for a class of people who made their living sorting through open dumps, scavenging for usable items, and recovering valuable scrap metals.  Think of the ash heap people in Charles Dickens or Alfred Dolittle in Pygmalion.
We have come a long way since then.  For over 30 years, The Agency’s mission is dedicated to protect public health and the environment based on the 4R principle: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Recover.  These processes ensure nature continues to be sustainable and life on earth continues to thrive. 
The Agency’s services not only simply manage waste, but provide essential community engagement and education to reduce, reuse, and rethink waste.
I hope to see you Wednesday the 15th; bring a friend.
Breakfast 8 March          Deisings 7:30-8:30 AM
Mayor Steve Noble was born and raised in the City of Kingston.  Graduating with a degree in Environmental Science, (SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry) Mayor Noble also earned his Master’s in Public Administration from Marist College.  
He began his career at the City of Kingston’s Parks and Recreation Department, serving as an Environmental Educator and then as an Environmental Operations Specialist.  Steve was elected Mayor of Kingston and began his first term on January 1, 2016, with the commitment of building an open and accessible form of government, one that is based on the principles of professionalism, respect, and inclusiveness.  
Mayor Noble was elected to a second term on January 1, 2020. His tenure has brought significant improvements to the City, including the launch of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative, the addition of several new City trails and parks, and the implementation of many new sustainability measures- all while not raising taxes. Steve’s commitment to public service extends beyond his career with the City of Kingston; he has held leadership positions with the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency, Environmental Management Council, and the Hudson River Estuary Management Committee, and is the co-founder of the Kingston Land Trust
Kingston Rotary Club is sponsoring their Annual Valentine Fundraiser.
Brian, John, Bill, Jim, Phil, Darlene, Nuise and other Rotarians are selling ½ lb. boxes of delicious assorted chocolates (no nuts) for $10 per box. For your convenience candy is also available at Kingston locations Ulster Savings 180 Schwenk Drive & 280 Wall Street; Ulster Federal Credit Union 127 Schwenk Drive;  Dr. Joe Cohen, 70 N. Front Street; City Clerk’s office 420 Broadway; Rondout Savings Bank 300 Broadway; The UPS Store 260 Kings Mall.
Proceeds support the clubs local & international projects. Contact Rotarian Barbara Cohen baccohen@gmail.com 845-389-3332 for additional  candy.    
We were awarded $76, 300 USD for funding to provide 25 fiberglass pump fishing boats and equipment to the Del Carmen Mangroves Bayanihan Association in the Philippines!  Congratulations to the committees in both Manila and Kingston
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