ROTARY - We Are People Of Action - Join us as we put action into practice.
"Well done is better than well said." Benjamin Franklin
We actively seek to reflect the community that we serve, individuals of all genders, race, sexual orientation, nationality,
ability, veteran status, and educational background are strongly encouraged to enquire to become a member of our
organization. Our motto is "Service Above Self."
Rotary Club of East Providence/Seekonk &
Seekonk Lions Club Charitable Trust
Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Ledgemont Country Club
Monday, May 20, 2024
Registration 11:00am - Lunch 12:00pm
Individual $150 - Foursome $600
Tee signs - $125
Shotgun 1:00pm - Cocktail Reception to Follow
 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of East Providence, RI/Seekonk, MA.
 

Our Club was founded in 1946 , and is one of 65 clubs in District 7950, which includes the entire State of Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod, and the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.  
 
Rotary International is a humanitarian service organization that brings together business and professional leaders in order to provide community service, promote integrity, and advance goodwill, peace, and understanding in the world. It is a non-political and non-religious organization. Membership is by invitation and based on various social factors. There are over 46,000 member clubs worldwide, with a membership of 1.4 million individuals, known as Rotarians.  

If you are interested in serving your community, we would be very interested in meeting you.  Please call Kathy Shatraw at navigator@aldersbridge.org or Elise Strom at dev-director@aldersbridge.org, Membership Chairs.
 
OPERATION POLLINATION
Rotarians and friends joined in on the fun of packing up over 2000 envelopes of wildflowers seeds to be given out at the Riverside Memorial Day Parade.
District Governor, Angela Ponte (left) and Past District Governors, Kris David (far middle) and Valerie Perry (far right) attended as well.
Plan to attend the parade on Monday, May 27th in Riverside and receive your seeds to help save the butterflies!
 
NEW ROTARY SIGNS GO UP
THROUGHOUT OUR AREA!
Let us know if you see them!
Earth Day Clean-up
New Year Begins with Induction of Officers & Board member.
Congratulations to Betty Galligan for being named a Remarkable Woman in the City of East Providence for 2023!
 
Photo: Betty with Mayor DaSilva, City of East Providence
Club Information
Welcome to our Club!
East Providence-Seekonk

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:15 PM
3rd Mondays of the month
City Hall
145 Taunton Avenue, Rm 306
East Providence, RI 02914
United States of America
We meet the 3rd Monday of the month, we meet at 12:15 pm. Check Speaker & Event Schedules on this website for details and changes especially for Holidays that fall on a Monday.
Club Officers & Directors
Co-President
Co-President
Immediate Past Co-President
President Elect
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary
Club Service
Public Relations
Director
Director
Contact Us
For more information, please contact 
Lori DiPersio, Secretary
ldipersio24@gmail.com
 
Facebook Group of our Club
https://www.facebook.com/RotaryClubofEastProvidenceSeekonk
Facebook Group of our Club
Speakers
East Providence & Seekonk HS
May 06, 2024 12:15 PM
Scholarship Luncheon
Peace Pole Dedication
May 30, 2024 4:00 PM
Crescent Park, Riverside
Installation Luncheon
Jun 23, 2024 12:00 PM
Installation of our President, Dave Kent and District Governor, Sharon Johnson
Upcoming Events
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At convention find breakouts tailored to you

Take away bold ideas about how to improve your club experience, your community, and the world from breakout sessions at the Rotary convention in Singapore.

A labor of love

Supported by a Rotary Programs of Scale award, an initiative in Nigeria seeks to remedy the country’s high instances of maternal death

Rotary projects around the globe April 2024

Learn how Rotary clubs are taking action in the United States, Suriname, Macao, Nigeria, and Australia.

Heat is on for urban planners

As temperatures rise, cities transform heat islands with tree cover, “cool pavement,” and other adaptations.

Food of the future

Breadfruit, a starchy fruit long a staple in the tropics, is attracting new interest globally as farmers and scientists search for crops that are hardier while still nutrient dense.