Wilmington Rotarians enjoy fellowship. Rotary brings together professional and service minded men and women for fellowship and service to our community and the world.
Delaware Governor Jack Markell and members of the Howard High School Interact club. The club, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Wilmington, is one of thousands of clubs around the world organized by Rotary that provide an opportunity for young people to enjoy the benefits of service.
Wilmington Rotarians Steve Novack, Dory Jacobson and Susan Polikoff fill backpacks at Stubbs Elementary School in Wilmington, Delaware. The club has “adopted” Stubbs and has provided support for the school, students and their families.
Wilmington Rotarians have proudly participated in several “Stop Hunger Now” projects, producing food packets to aid the organization in ending hunger worldwide.
Wilmington Rotarians Pete Booker, George Alderman, John Hickey and Jonathan Whitcomb are joined by Howard High School Interactors in the club’s annual holiday project assisting the Salvation Army ringing the bell and manning the kettle at Christmas time.
Wilmington Rotarians distributing dictionaries to third graders at Elbert Palmer Elementary School. This annual Rotary effort provides students with what are frequently their first books of any kind.
Rotary Club of Wilmington President Kai Lassen with club members and their families as well as members of Howard High Schools Interact Club pause during one of the club’s several clean-up sessions at the Can-Do Playground, a joint project of six Northern Delaware Rotary Clubs that provides a fun and educational play environment for children with disabilities and their families.
Wilmington Rotarians and Howard High School Interactors celebrate the successful packaging of over 10,000 food kits for the Stop Hunger Now project. The club encourages Interact involvement in its activities and is in the process of launching two additional Interact Clubs in Wilmington.
One of the club’s long-time fellowship events is our annual picnic that, for the past several years, has been celebrated at the Delaware Nature Society’s Ashland Nature Center. This Rotary year-ending event is our opportunity to celebrate another year of service to humanity with the fellowship that is such an important part of Rotary.
The Rotary Club of Wilmington’s Flags for Heroes fundraiser is an event that provides an amazing display of America Flags where we celebrate a military, first responder, or other heroes (past or present) by placing flags in their honor based on the donations of members of the community, businesses, corporations, and non-profits. This year the flags will be displayed during the 4th of July Holiday in Rotary Centennial Park (H. Fletcher Brown Park) in Wilmington, DE.
ATTENTION NEW CASTLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS!!!
The Rotary Club of Wilmington offers three or four $3,500 four-year college scholarships to students who exhibit solid academic achievement, contribute generously to their community, and who have a financial need.
Deadline for submission is Monday, April 17, 2017 at 5:00pm.