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We Are Celebrating Our 70 Years of Service in Suffield.

Rotary Projects: 

Weekends without Hunger – Statewide: Provide food to students on weekends who don’t have enough to eat.

Opioid Crisis – Our local community: Provide safe bags to dispose of unused and expired medicine and make the medicines inert.

Looking Ahead:

The Rotary is looking forward to announcing  new Paul Harris Fellowship recipients. The annual award is given to one or two individuals from the Suffield community who embody the Rotary Club’s motto of “Service Above Self.” Awardees are not required to be members of the club.

Friday, August 9: The 28th Annual Glenn T. Packard Memorial Golf tournament is at the Oak Ridge Golf Course. Deadline to register for a guaranteed position is July 11. Registration afterwards will be on a first come, first served basis. Cost is $150/player.

Registration starts at 7:30 a.m., breakfast at 8 a.m. and the tournament begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. A one-hour open bar, buffet dinner, and prizes will follow the tournament. The fee to sponsor a tee is $150. 

Please call or email Jon Kozloski 860-668-0700 or, or Gayle Demko 860-668-5103 or, to request a registration form or become a sponsor, or visit

Send completed registration form and checks ($150 per golfer) to The Rotary Club of Suffield, P.O. Box 283 Suffield, CT 06078.

Member News:

Natalie Donais has been awarded a membership to the District Assembly for Youth Committee.

Two Suffield Youth members attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards.

The club welcomed our two newest members, Renae Ransdell and Ginny Bromage.

The Scholar-Sip wine tasting on May 17 served up fun and funds for scholarships to Suffield students and for other community-based projects.

The Corn Hole Tournament sponsored by the Suffield High School Rotary Interact students was lots of fun. 

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