We meet Tuesdays at 12:15

  The American Foundry
  246 W. Seneca St.
  Oswego, NY 13126
  United States

Join Us for lunch - at the

American Foundry   in Oswego, NY.

Visitors are Welcome !

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Our Members

Club Membership Listing

Club President

Carrie Penoyer

Club Secretary

Mark Dufore

Club Treasurer

Ann Seifried

Club Foundation Chair

David Granoff

Club Membership Chair

Vernon Tryon

   Club Phone: 315 438-8658

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The Oswego Rotary Club

was founded March 27, 1927

and is a local community

organization serving the

the Greater Oswego Area. The

Club is chartered by Rotary

International, and is a Member

of District 7150 in Central

New York. Club membership

is open to all individuals

regardless of race, creed,

nationality or gender,

and Visitors are encouraged

to join us at our weekly

Tuesday luncheon meetings.

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Club News

Oswego RC installs

Portable Handicapped Ramp

This year, the Oswego Rotary Club used matching funds from a District 7150 Community Service Grant to purchase a re-usable Handicapped Ramp. The folding aluminum ramp was assembled and installed at a disabled person's home to facilitate access. Service above Self, the project was coordinated with ARISE, the Center for Independent LIving. Pictured (L to R) are: Dave Williams, Fulton Believers Chapel; Rotarians Sabine Ingerson, Mark DuFore, President Carrie Penoyer, Bob Pompo, Deana Masuicca and from ARISE Scott Pecoy, ramp coordinator.

2017 Toys for Tots

Oswego Rotary club members show off some of the toys collected for Toys for Tots at the recent Breakfast with a Princess event. Pictured are : Sue Witmer, Bob Pompo (club President Elect) and club President Carrie Penoyer.

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Rotary International News

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With 100% Member

Participation, Oswego Rotary

has been Named an EREY CLUB

in 2 of the Past 3 Years !

Rotary International Named

World's Outstanding Foundation

in 2016 !

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