Rotary District 7255 encompasses the land mass of Long Island, from the Verrazano and Brooklyn Bridges, to the Lighthouses of the East End. We have over 1500 members across 62 clubs!

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Join the District Foundation team and make a difference! We have an opening for the Disaster Relief Chair and are looking for volunteers to sit on any of our District committees. We welcome all inquiries!    

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What's Happening Around the District

Talking Rotary Podcast: Being Recognized with Beverly James

Our incredible District Governor Nominee, Beverly R James, was featured on the latest episode of the "Talking Rotary" Podcast!

Listen in as Peter Tonge explores Beverly's insights on her diverse Rotary Club initiatives, breaking down barriers, and addressing biases. The conversation dives into the crucial topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within Rotary and society. Beverly shares her experiences on a DEI panel, and the episode wraps up with reflections on the value of Rotary and the importance of open-mindedness in promoting DEI.

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🌟 Gratitude in Action: A Big Mahalo to Rotary Club of Bellport! 🌟
Thank-you to the Bellport Rotary Club for their incredible fundraising effort for Maui Fire relief efforts. Together, they've raised $6,000, which has been sent directly to the Rotary Club of Maui. They've also coordinated their local community's $600 contribution to the Hawaii Community Foundation's Maui Strong fund.
Let's continue to spread the spirit of aloha and support our brothers and sisters in Maui in this time of need.🌺🤝
Rotary Club Spotlight

Rotary Club of Queensborough West Cracks Stalled Enigma of Perla Manuel Lucenta

A Journey of Redemption: Restoring Dignity to a Forgotten Soul
We are privileged to share this story of dedication from the Queensborough West Rotary Club, which beautifully exemplifies the incredible power of Rotary.
The story begins with the Philippine Embassy, who shared an impassioned plea on social media to locate the next of kin of Perla Manuel Lucerna, a woman fighting cancer alone in a NYC shelter. Tragically, Perla passed away before any next of kin was located.
Upon hearing her story, Queensborough Rotary resolved to bring closure to Perla's journey to extend the kind hand she never received in life. Queensborough Rotary, led by Rotarian Eddy Casiño Aranez, in collaboration with the Association of Bukidnon in America, navigated the challenging task of identifying and repatriating Perla's body and reuniting her with her children.
Their unwavering dedication transformed her story from neglect to redemption, concluding with a solemn cremation and her return to family. This inspiring tale calls for collective action, urging society to build a world where compassion triumphs over indifference.
The Rotary Club of Queensborough West shares this story as a catalyst for change, encouraging unity in love, compassion, and solidarity, ensuring no one faces life's darkest moments alone.

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