Welcome to the Rotary Club of Larchmont

  • Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world?
  • Our club puts you in touch with our community via regular in-person updates from community and county officials.
  • Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.
  • We have several ongoing projects that we do year-after-year, plus new ones which take on current challenges.
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Club News
Larchmont Rotary's January 27th luncheon at the Larchmont Yacht Club spotlighted Alex Vo's presentation on her experiences at the 27th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) in late November.
COP27 took place at a large exhibition hall in the Egyptian coastal city of Sharm el-Sheikh.  Alex attended as the UN Liaison for her NGO, FAWCO (Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas). She spoke about the major topics, outcomes and what happened behind the scenes.  Over 44,000 attended from over 200 nations and various organizations.
Marion Anderson & Lester Nathan holding the trophy, surrounded by other Westchester Rotarians
The Westchester Walk to End Alzheimer's held its 2022 Walk Recognition Party at Manhattanville College in Purchase on Thursday, January 12th.  Top fundraisers in the following categories were recognized:
Top new teams, most improved teams, top individuals, top friends & family teams, top company teams, top high school teams and top Rotary club.
Mamaroneck High School seniors Larissa Bertini, Kate Loga and Marion Karp, members of the Original Civic Research and Action [OCRA] group, were honored with the Larchmont Rotary’s annual Blum Award for their work to reduce plastic waste in Larchmont restaurants.  A celebratory luncheon was held at Lenny’s Seafood & Steakhouse on November 4, 2022. The award recognizes MHS students for their initiative, leadership and creative pursuit of making a difference in their local community and beyond.
Club President Lester Nathan welcomed members and guests, followed by Past-President Marion Anderson.  Marian White, Club Rotary Foundation Chair, introduced the students’ faculty advisor, Dr. Joseph Liberti.  He began the civic advocacy program at MHS in 2016, which students join their freshman year and then identify, structure and execute a project, over their four years.  They are paired with Community Mentors and even raise funds from investors.
October Luncheon Features Attorneys from the Pace Women's Justice Center

Larchmont Rotary's October 28th luncheon at Larchmont Yacht Club featured guest speakers from the Pace Women's Justice Center, Attorneys Nicole Fields and Roberta Goodman who came to discuss "Avoiding Financial Scams."  Club President Lester Nathan opened the meeting and introduced the guests to the audience.

Ms Fields described the Justice Center's purpose as a non-profit free civil legal services provider for victims of domestic violence and elder abuse, which assists clients in Westchester and Putnam Counties.  It has been active training partners with law enforcement, advocacy groups and various professional groups in Westchester during its 25 year history.  The Center has also done training across NY State during the past 18 years.
The Larchmont Rotary Club team participated for the first time in the annual Alzheimer’s Association - Westchester County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on October 2nd. The Walk’s main purpose is to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer's care, support and research.
In support of the five different Walks to End Alzheimer's happening across the Hudson Valley, the Gov. Mario Cuomo Bridge was lit up in purple on September 21st.  Larchmont Club member Marion Anderson was interviewed by News12’s Lisa Larocca at Horan’s Landing in Sleepy Hollow that evening.
The Rotary Club of Larchmont has inducted its 2022-23 slate of officers.  They include: President, Lester Nathan; Treasurer, Alan Sloate; Asst Treasurer, Marion Anderson; Secretary, Ruby Zayas; Membership Chair, Michael Gedigk and Foundation Chair, Marian White.  President Nathan takes over from outgoing president, Marion Anderson, who held the post for the last three years.


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