Our club is proud of what it is able to do. From our foreign exchange students (currently inbound from Sweden and outbound to Japan) to our support of the Interact Club at RH Senior High, our cleanups of Calkins Road, and the Gazebos we built at Tinker Homestead and at the Rush Library. From our scholarships to our support of Camp Haccamo, the School of the Holy Childhood, Willow Domestic Violence Center, Literacy Volunteers, and the Senior Citizen Christmas Project. From helping to eradicate polio to training future leaders. This is what we are all about!

Come for a visit and see what we do and how we do it. We meet every Tuesday at 7:15 AM at the Radisson Hotel, 175 Jefferson Road, Henrietta, right next to RIT. Be our guest.

Special thanks to Pat St. Clair, St. Clair Photo Imaging, the well hidden Brand Center at Rotary International, and the Library of Graphics for Rotarians for images on this site. Many pictures on this site are likely to change when a page is reloaded or a picture is clicked — enjoy!

About Us

Our club was chartered in April 1954.

Regular meetings of our club are held every Tuesday at the Radisson Inn in Henrietta. They are breakfast meetings that start at 7:15am and end at 8:30am. Programs are presented by individuals or groups who represent the four avenues of service.

Our members receive the national publication The Rotarian each month, and there is our own monthly newsletter. Dues are $70 per 6 months, due in December and June.

Our club is a member of District 7120 of Rotary International. A membership card facilitates visits to other Rotary clubs all over the world.

Contact us by e-mail or at POB 22838, Rochester NY 14692, Phone 585 385 2693.

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Rush-Henrietta Rotary is a 100% club, with a difference:

100% of our members contribute, in some way, to all of our fund-raisers.

100% of our members participate in one of our special projects each year.

100% of our members contribute something to the club each month: a “happy dollar”, working as a greeter, working the door, going to a committee meeting, and more.

100% of our members contribute something to Rotary International every year.


The Mission of Rush-Henrietta Rotary is to organize a group of individuals, in order to focus their actions in support of the club’s projects, fund-raisers, and strategic priorities.

areas of need locally, nationally and internationally.
people within the club and community.
provide the required financial and physical resources.
ongoing 1/2/3 year evaluation of the club’s strategic plan.


  1. Assess the needs of the community and the areas where we can help.

    • Identify the needs of our schools.
    • Identify the needs of our town parks, trails and recreational areas.
    • Identify the needs of the neediest members of our community.
  2. Identify service projects in which the whole club participates each year.

    • Apply for a District 7120 Simplified Grant each year.
    • Identify, and perform, one major hands-on service project each year.
    • Identify one, or several, small service projects that the club performs yearly.
    • Participate in one, or more, community charity events as a club.
  3. Motivate all club members to participate, financially and physically, in club and district activities.

    • Make club activities fun and rewarding for all members and guests.
    • Continuously educate all members about what Rotary is, what Rotary does, and why it is important.
    • Educate club members about district activities, and encourage their participation in activities of interest.
    • Encourage the spirit of friendly, internal club competition in striving to drive awareness within District 7120 as a totally involved club.
    • Polio Plus – 100% participation rate (no matter how small!).
    • Rotary International Foundation – 100% participation rate (no matter how small!).
    • Participation of more club members at the district level. Every club member visits one other Rotary club, and reports back to our club.
  4. Strengthen our ties to the community.

    • Participate in community activities as a Rotarian.
    • Recognize the contributions of people the club works with (e.g.: Fyle teachers, Holy Childhood, Town Parks, etc.) by honoring them at a weekly club meeting.
    • Increase the number of club members who have contact with the RH High School Interact club.
    • Continue our public relations drive.
  5. Strengthen our international ties and increase our knowledge of Rotary priorities.

    • Have informal reports from our Rotarians who have attended clubs in other countries.
    • Make special efforts to invite foreign Rotarians to our club meetings.
    • Continue our support of Shelterbox, Chiapas Water Project, Peruvian Project and the Lost Boys of Sudan.
    • Make contacts with Rotary clubs that send, or receive our exchange students.
  6. Seek out new members who increase the diversity and energy of our club.