eClub Centennial and Service Projects

View our eClub's International Project in India * View one of our eClub's local projects

eClub President Earl Lewis supervises Hamilton College volunteer students as they wash windows on the 5 story Children's Museum in Utica, NY

eClub NY1's Matt Chmielewski, in the Children's Museum Weather Room, where he networked all the computers . The Children's Museum is our eClub's "earthly headquarters" & our major local service project.

eClub NY1's Earl Lewis works on shelves he built for the museum's Rotary Resource Reading Room

Boehlert commends the Museum & the eClub

eClub NY1's Patty Williams supervises her company's delivery through 4th fl window of an airplane donated to the museum

10-07 DG Marlene Brown & RIPVP Frank Collins facilitate a breakout at Zone on eClubs & Web resources

Rotary eClub NY1 Charter President, and 2007-08 District Governor Marlene Brown, taking part in the NIDS polio drops in Delhi

D-3200 District Governor L Narayanaswamy & D-7150 Governor M. Brown prepare to inaugurate our Matching Grant project in India - 'Gurukulum'.

Right: The permanent plaque unveiled and on the outside of the building

Hard to say 'so long for now...'

2008- Governor Brown resenting to Alakapuram, the Rotary sponsored school in Coimbatore, India

Part of the building houses a sewing room. Skills learned here will allow them to apply for a job at a local factory.

Coming soon, the other part of the building with the computers for women & girls training as part of our international Literacy and women empowerment program to ensure gainful employment.

View slideshow & blog of India eClub international project

Children's Museum & Rotary eClub Charter Celebration & Service Projects

On August 9, 2004, at our Rotary eClub NY1 Charter Celebration, the 7 Charter members were presented with their Charter and Rotary pins by D7150 PDG Ives & Dist Governor Austin at a noon luncheon. Former Astronaut Mike McCulley, CEO of United Space Alliance, keynote speaker, was introduced by Congressman Sherry Boehlert, Chairman of the House Science Committee. He presented an exhibit and donation to Museum Director/eClub President Marlene Brown for a Mission Control Center for kids.

That project will enhance our Rotary Resource Room (our eClub Centennial Project) already created and in use. Upcoming projects include (in conjuntion with our History/Culture exhibits) a network of computers with information about the various cultures in our community and around the world (to promote better understanding and world peace).

The Rotary eClub Charter Celebration begins with PDG Andrea Ives reading the Charter to Club President Marlene Brown

Brown welcomes the luncheon attendees

Boehlert commends the Museum & the eClub

McCulley delivers the keynote address "The Vision of Space"

And presents Director Brown with a check for $5,000 for an interactive Control Command Center at the Children's Museum

Brown surprises McCulley & Boehlert by making them Honorary Rotary eClub members

After the luncheon ceremony, McCulley poses for pictures with excited kids on other floors of the museum

Randy Wilson, Sauquoit Rotary and Ed Paparella, GUS Rotary, present eClub President Brown their club's banners

View The Children's Museum, Rotary eClub NY1's "earthly headquarters".

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