The Rotary membership meets

at CopperTop Tavern located at 3380 Milton Ave. at 12:10 PM on Monday's.

Up Coming Events

Camillus, Geddes Solvay Rotary Recognition Luncheon
Thursday
October 2,2014
11:45 AM
315 952-2256
Register info@csgrotary.org
Reservation Form: Click Here
$20 Per Person
Location: Elks Club
Newport Rd, Camillus

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A Successful Finish

Mule Skinner Towpath 5K Run/Walk

Our 4th Annual Mule Skinner Run went off without a hitch.  We had 82 Runners signed up. The Top male Runner was Andris Goncarovs with a time of 16:45. And the top Female Runner was Jillian Fanning with a time of 19:30.  A special thanks to Richard Homeyer, Camillus Department of Parks and his son for their invaluable Support in setting up and conducting the race & the Camillus Fire Department for the use of their facilities. We raised approximately $3,000 which will be used to support our local philanthropic charitable giving program.

A special thanks to our Sponsors: Steve LaMonica Insurance, Villas of Summerfield, Adorante Law, Hal Brown Jr., Hal Brown III, B.L. Bush & Sons Funeral Home, Ernie Kreis & Sons Heating Co., Paul Theodore, Camillus Crossfit, Fleet First, Walgreens, Sam Rao Florist, Fairmount Cl3eaners, The Mango Family, Morgan’s Restaurant, Donald Osler, Buranich Funeral Home, Ravi Raman, Sweet-Woods Memorials,  Walgreens, & Steve Poli.

Hope to see our friends at our next Mule Skinner Towpath Day Run on Towpath Day, Saturday, August 8. 2015



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Deb Glisson, District Governor
District Governor, Deb Glisson's Visit to the Camillus Solvay Geddes Rotary meeting on July 14, 2014

Deborah shared her theme for this year " Light Up Rotary" and challenged the members to serve their community.




Changing of the Guard

On June 26,   2014 at Traditions at the Links in East Syracuse, the gavel was passed from District Governor, Dennis Schonewetter to District Governor elect, Deborah Glisson.  Our Camillus Solvay Geddes club had a good representation and as our picture shows Steve Poli passing on the presidential challenge to Cynthia Drake. Our Camillus Solvay Geddes Club repeated the changing of the Guard ceremony at our Club Picnic held at the Erie Canal tow Path Park in Camillus on June 30th.

This past year was filled with changes and accomplishments.  We took on the combining of the Camillus Rotary club with the Solvay - Geddes Rotary Club, and the change to our meeting place to the Copper Top Restaurant on Milton Ave and day of meetings to Mondays. We set in motion the plans to establish an interact club and distributed seven scholarships to seniors from four High schools, West Genesee, Solvay Geddes, West Hill and Bishop Ludden. We thank Steve for his leadership and continued dedication to our Rotary principles,” Service Above Self”.

Cynthia will be challenged to carry out the new Rotary theme of “Light Up Rotary” and shine the light on Camillus, Solvay, Geddes Rotary’s service to their community. We pledge our support to assist Cynthia in making the New Year a success and continue the growth and good works of our club.

Membership Induction

 

Induction of New Rotarians: Hal Brown III, Stanley Cerlanek, Kimberly Fredelius.

Also in photo is Steve Poli, President Camillus Solvay Geddes Rotary and Asst District Director, Ed Helinski.



Toni Gary from SUNY recognizes the Clubs $5,000 gift towards the building of the Cancer Center. Steve Poli and Robert Rood Represented the club at the recognition Breakfast.
Toni Gary from the State University Cancer Center receives check of $5,000 from the Camillus Solvay Geddes Rotary club for the building expansion of the Cancer Center in Syracuse.  The recognition breakfast was attended by Rotarians Steve Poli and Robert Rood.


The object of Rotary

  1. To encourage and foster  the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and in particular, to encourage and foster:
  2. High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying by each Rotarian of his/her occupation as on opportunity to serve society.
  3. The application of the ideal of service by every Rotarian in his personal business and community life.
  4. The advancement of international  understanding, goodwill and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional men unites in the ideal of service.
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