Club of Scarsdale, NY

          Service Above Self

Rotary Club of Scarsdale now has 2 rising SHS Juniors as Intern Fellows

Photo from SHS website

Position: Scarsdale Rotary Fellow (2)

Part-time – approximately 3 hours per week

September 15 to June 15

Two-year commitment

Reports To: Rotary Club of Scarsdale (RCS) Board of Directors

Duties: Assist the RCS Board of Directors with

  • Designing print and digital materials;
  • Contributing to and updating website redesign;
  • Posting Club information on social networks; 
  • Writing press releases;
  • Distributing mailings and print material;
  • Organizing event planning


  • Rising SHS Junior (to continue into Senior year);
  • Demonstrated knowledge of technology including social media and website maintenance preferred (not required);
  • Strong written communication skills;
  • Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator…

Benefits:          Successful candidates will be eligible for a Scarsdale Rotary Scholarship Award ($1000) as senior year students;

        Letter of Recommendation from the Scarsdale Rotary Club. 

Application: Letter of Application including qualifications indicated above;

Two Reference Letters: one Teacher/one Guidance Counselor;

Parental Letter of Permission;

Interview with Rotary representatives.

Rotary Club of ScarsdaleNov 27th lunch at Moscato's
We had a very nice turnout for our special luncheon dialogue at Moscato Restaurant with County Executive, George Latimer and Chair of the Westchester County Legislature Ben Boykin
Scarsdale Rotary's Donation to End Polio Provides 500 Vaccinations

The disabling disease can be prevented with a vaccine. A boy receives an oral vaccine in 2013. Photo by Madison Park of CNN

One of our missions that support the International Rotary's goal to eradicate Polio Worldwide included our grant that resulted in 500 children being vaccinated.  Here's some of the media coverage about the historic polio-free certification of the World Health Organization’s South-East Asia region.

·       CNN International: India beats the odds, beats polio

· : World now 80% polio free, World Health Organization says

·       The Guardian: India may be free of polio – but the disease hasn't been eradicated yet

·       Reuters: Q+A: India at risk until polio is eradicated globally-Rotary

·       The Wall Street Journal Online: Q&A: India Eliminates Polio

·       HuffPost Live: Violinist & Conductor Itzhak Perlman LIVE

· John Hewko explains polio's legacy
At our annual Children's Village holiday party Scarsdale Rotary our 2017-18 president, Robert Zohn delivers our $1,000 grant

A dozen Scarsdale Rotarians participated in the our annual party for the teenage residents at the Bradish Cottage.  We enjoyed our time with the kids and showed each other our best card tricks, played Bingo, and gave gifts to each resident.  We also gifted the Bradish Cottage many of their requested items for the new recreation hall that is currently under renovation.

The Rotary Club of Scarsdale, NY held our annual Installation Dinner at the Crabtree's Kittle House in Chappaqua, NY.  Our 2019 - 2020 slate of officers are:

President, Joe Muller

Treasurer, Dan Gerardi

Rick Reuter

Board of Directors: Cynthia Dunne, David Gilbert, Mark Hirsch, Andrew Matturro, Doug Metz, Margaret Goldberg, and Robert Zohn

Scarsdale High School student Archana Ram coordinated a book collection drive for the orphan children that are in the care of New Seed International in Ho Ghana Africa

The Scarsdale Rotary club paid for the shipping costs to get the books to the 162 kids. It never ceases to amaze and impress me how one single person can make big changes in the lives of so many.