Help for Haiti
We are doing our best to raise money and buy supplies to help Haiti. Florence has greatly aided in collaborating various Rotary Clubs within our district and in Haiti to help move much needed supplies to the areas heavily affected by this earthquake. But much more work is needed.
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The Torch Is Passed
Former President, Florence MarcCharles passes the torch to Marc Rigueur.  He plans to continue the good work
Marc Rigueur Becomes The New President
New Leadership has been installed on June 24th of the Freeport Merrick Rotary Club.  
Former President, Florence MarcCharles passed the torch but will remain an active participant in the Rotary Club.
Finding Fellowship Through The Rotary Club
Finding Fellowship through Rotary Club
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Rotary Continues To Donate During the Pandemic
Read the article about Rotary donating PPE to PAL!
Florence Marc-Charles Continues Her Charitable Work
Read the full article about our very own, Florence Mar-Charles. Click the link below and navigate to page 13.
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Rotary Donates more PPE
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Honoring Ed Monroe
Resident of Freeport, member of the Freeport Merrick Rotary club, past president of our club past district governor of Rotary district 7250, Tuskegee airman, active member of the Freeport community. Our hero the one and only Ed Monroe. Let us remember him on black history month
Freeport-Merrick Rotary does its part during the pandemic

For more than 75 years, the Freeport-Merrick Rotary has lived by one motto: “Service above self.” And although the pandemic has hindered the club’s usual fundraising efforts, members have continued to extend a helping hand to those who need it most.

“It’s a small club . . . but we do what we can with what we have,” said Vice President Marc Rigueur.

Freeport-Merrick Rotary steps up to help

For 75 years, the Freeport-Merrick Rotary Club has lived by its motto, “Service above self.” 

But the Rotary has faced many obstacles since the coronavirus pandemic broke out last March. The organization, which depends on public events for fundraising and community contact, faced dissipating funds and obscurity as large events were canceled and people fell into financial hardship, said club President Florence Marc-Charles, of Queens Village.