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.
Club News
Larchmont Rotary Meeting Features Induction Ceremony
After many months of meetings on Zoom, the club held its second luncheon meeting at the Larchmont Yacht Club on Friday, August 13, 2021.
Attendees included: President Marion Anderson, President-Elect Lester Nathan, Membership Chairman Michael Gedigk, Club Foundation Chair Marian Anderson, Senada Zukic, Ernie Odierno & his wife, Camille and Elaine McCrimmon.  Special guests from District 7230 were District Membership Chair Marty Schulman and Asst. Area Governor Sandy Wolstein. Keni Banda, from the Niskayuna Club, attended via Zoom.
Marty Schulman gave a short speech about Rotary's current direction (diversity, equity and inclusion) and the next generation of Rotary members.  He spoke of an upcoming orientation on Zoom for the early fall.  He put an emphasis on finding out what our members want from Rotary.
Rotarian Ted Rossi, of District 7980, donated 100,000 surgical masks consisting of 50,000 children's masks and 50,000 type KN95 masks to our district for distribution in January of 2021.
Keni Banda - Banda Bola Sports Foundation-Chituka Village Project
On October 5, 2019, the Rotary Club of Larchmont welcomed guest speaker, Keni Banda.  He grew up in the farming village of Chituka in the African country of Malawi. During his teenage years, his family of seven moved to Germany, and then to Mamaroneck, NY.  The Chituka Village Project focuses on education, health and welfare for the youth to grow in an environment, which among other things is conducive to creating a better understanding of personal well-being.
Through Banda Bola Sports Foundation-Chituka Village Project, Coach Banda is hoping to bring “CHANGE TO THE VILLAGE ONE CHILD AT A TIME”.


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