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Welcome to Our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:10 PM
The Essex , Vermont's Culinary Resort & Spa
70 Essex Way
Essex Junction, VT  05451
United States
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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Sergeant at Arms
Member at Large
Member at Large
Speaker Coordinator
Public Relations Chair
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation Chair
 
 
 
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"This is the Rotary Club of Essex, Vermont"

 

 

 

Located a few minutes from Burlington, Vermont, the Rotary Club of Essex serves the communities of Essex, Essex Junction, Jericho, Underhill, and Westford. The Club’s Wednesday noontime meetings are at The Essex Resort & Spa.  We are known for offering a superb lunch, with speakers on topics of interest to the community at large.  Visitors are always welcome.

The International theme for 2017-18 Rotary: Making a Difference fits our Club well.  We serve humanity through our involvement in community service projects such as volunteering at the Heavenly Food Pantry, co-sponsoring the senior holiday luncheon, bell ringing for the Salvation Army, and serving the community service dinner for Essex High School students.
 
Essex Rotarians also serve humanity by volunteering at Club fundraisers, with proceeds providing the monetary means for supporting our various charitable endeavors, such as scholarships for area students; youth exchange programs; literacy projects; a variety of local, national and international assistance projects; and the Rotary Foundation.  Our club strongly supports the End Polio Now campaign, and we hope that 2018 will see the last case of naturally occurring wild poliovirus.
 
The Rotary Club of Essex holds three major fundraising events annually:  the Rotary Corn Booth at the Champlain Valley Fair in August; the Essex Rotary All-Star Hockey Classic in March and the Essex Rotary Golf Tournament in June.  Rotarians who volunteer their time staff each of these events.
 
As we continue to celebrate our 51st year as a Rotary Club, we look forward to sustaining our membership as well as our fundraising events so that we are able to continue supporting a variety of charitable endeavors locally, nationally and globally. 
 
                                                                                                                                                                         
Yours in Rotary Service,
 
Trish Porter
President, 2017-2018
Rotary Club of Essex, VT

                                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

 
 
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Speakers
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Oct 18, 2017
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Essex Rotary Committee Meetings
Oct 25, 2017
Monthly Committee Meetings Where Members Review Program Options and Funding Requests
Phelan Fretz, Executive Director, ECHO
Nov 01, 2017
ECHO and Essex
Heavenly Food Pantry including Rev. Mark Mendes
Nov 08, 2017
Food Insecurity in Essex - Role of Heavenly Food Pantry & Essex Rotary
Dave Johnson & Linda Gilbert
Nov 15, 2017
Rotary International Foundation & Hands to Honduras Tela
No Meeting - Thanksgiving Week
Nov 22, 2017
Essex Rotary Members Spend Time with Family and Friends
Essex Rotary Committee Meetings
Nov 29, 2017
Monthly Committee Meetings Where Members Review Program Options and Funding Requests
Senior Holiday Lunch
Dec 06, 2017
Serve Lunch to 200 Seniors at CVE with Knights of Columbus
Nickolas Stokes, EHS Choral Director
Dec 13, 2017
Holiday Concert Presented by EHS Chamber Choir & Essex Rotary Annual Meeting
Essex Rotary Annual Meeting
Dec 13, 2017
Election of Officers
No Meeeting - Christmas Week
Dec 20, 2017
Essex Rotary Members Spend Holiday Time with Family and Friends
No Meeting - New Years Week
Dec 27, 2017
Essex Rotary Members Spend Holiday Time with Family and Friends
Bob Bick, CEO, The Howard Center
Jan 17, 2018
The Opioid Crisis in Vermont - and Implications for Essex