Rotary Club Gifts School Supplies To COPAY

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Ruth Trujillo-Pertew, LCSW, assistant to Executive Director of COPAY Ron Swartz; current President of the Rotary Club of Great Neck Roger Chizever; current Vice President Lidia Epel and Leonard N. Katz, Rotary Club of Great Neck immediate past president, with grateful children excited about the school supplies
Ruth Trujillo-Pertew, LCSW, assistant to Executive Director of COPAY Ron Swartz; current President of the Rotary Club of Great Neck Roger Chizever; current Vice President Lidia Epel and Leonard N. Katz, Rotary Club of Great Neck immediate past president, with grateful children excited about the school supplies

The Rotary Club of Great Neck continues its support of COPAY, a Great Neck community organization for parents and youth, by providing much needed and appreciated school supplies for the children participating in the programs offered by COPAY. This is one of the many ways that the Rotary Club fulfills its commitment to the community.

The Rotary Club invites town residents and business people to visit one of its meetings for social and business networking, and to participate in keeping Great Neck great and a wonderful place to live and work. Dinner meetings are held at local restaurants on the second Wednesday of each month. On all other Wednesdays, the club gathers for breakfast at 8 a.m. in the boardroom of TD Bank at 2 Great Neck Rd.

The Rotary Club of Great Neck gave back to the community by donating school supplies to COPAY.
The Rotary Club of Great Neck gave back to the community by donating school supplies to COPAY.

In alignment with the club motto, “They Profit Most Who Serves Best,” come and discover for how meaningful and satisfying it is to give back to the community while networking through the Rotary Club.

To arrange for a guest visit or to become a weekly speaker, email rotaryclubofgreatneck@aol.com or call 516-487-9392. For additional information, visit www.rotaryclubofgreatneck.org or Facebook at Rotary Club of Great Neck.

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