Members of the South Shore Rotary Club, adhering to pandemic guidelines and recent curfew, utilized online technology to ‘zoom’ into a celebration that secured their leadership for a new year. Rosemarie Dressler presented awards to deserving members as the last official act of her presidency. Assemblyman Charles D. [...]
who has, for more than 25 years, developed partnerships that enhances the lives of our community’s developmentally challenged children and their families; and spearheading an annual Hungerford School holiday program that brings Light into their world.
for his efforts to initiate partnerships with local restaurants and businesses to support the collaborative event, John’s Pasta Party, with the McCown Expeditionary Learning School for the last ten years. His efforts helps us supports students with cancer to stay in school.
who promotes the advancement of Staten Island grammar school aged children, encouraging them to reach their potential; and supporting the Annual Spelling Bee at PS 22 for more than 20 years.
for his actions to promote partnerships, provide for those in need and successfully enrich the lives of Staten Island families for more than twenty-five years with our Thanksgiving food drive initiative.
Max N. Rose is an American veteran serving as the U.S. Representative for New York's 11th congressional district, 'zoomed' into a weekly meeting as a guest of the South Shore Rotary Club. He addressed issues of concern including the Corona virus pandemic and answered questions.
South Shore Rotarians Ed Brochin, Jon Salmon and Rosemarie Dressler, president, witnessed the PS 22 annual spelling Bee which recently took place in the school’s auditorium. Jon Salmon, an alumnus, presented the winning ribbons. Congratulations to all who participated in the spelling bee!
Staten Island’s leaders gathered to recognize outstanding business men and women at their Annual President’s Business Ceremony and Luncheon. South Shore Rotarian Joseph Torres chaired the event. “The honorees share our passion to improve our community through their work,” said Rosemarie Dressler, president. Recipients of the prestigious South Shore Rotary [...]
“While the South Shore Rotary Foundation John Dressler Scholarship is named in memory of a Eltingville, Staten Island resident who lost his 15 month battle with cancer nine years ago, it is inspired by doctors and nurses who cared for John and who stood out among a pool of dedicated [...]
Edwina Martin, public administer, and Diane Kramer and Helen Timari, Foundation for Dignity presented to South Shore Rotarians during a recent meeting. While the other four boroughs of New York City relegate indigents and still births to a common grave in the City’s public burial ground on Hart Island, Staten [...]