Sponsorship and scholarship naming opportunities are still available. The tournament will follow a scramble format with an 8:30 am shotgun start, followed by a lunch and awards ceremony. Click here for the 2013 WestonLawyers.com Golf Classic Brochure.
Rotarians Turn Out for July 4th Parade and Celebration - Huge turnout and a beautiful float all orchestrated by John Massaro. The cookout and party had about 100 attendees. The large number of kids of members made it truly a family of Rotary event.
Rotarians Partner with LifeNet4-Families -Members of the Rotary Club of Weston have been spending many of their Saturday mornings as volunteers serving prepared hot meals. LifeNet4-Families serves individuals and families in poverty.
Membership Induction. All members, old and new, subscribe to the Four Way Test — In all the things we think, say and do: Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build good will and better friendships? Is it beneficial to all concerned?
Welcome to Rotary Club of Weston
The Rotary Club of Weston has been a part of the landscape of the City of Weston since December 18, 1986, and today is recognized as one of the leading community service organizations in Southwest Broward County. We focus our community service activities in the areas of Services to Youth (including education / scholarship / learning development) and Services to Families In Need. We address the needs of the Southwest Broward community through volunteerism, the application of member skills, organizational resources, and fundraising activities and events.
The more than 120 men and women of the Rotary Club of Weston are business owners and managers, doctors, lawyers, engineers, accountants, educators, artists, clergy, energetic retirees and, most importantly, your neighbors. Rotary provides members with a unique opportunity to serve others by participating in projects to enhance their local community and to help those in need throughout the world. From its inception, the Rotary Club of Weston is committed to participating in activities and raising funds for community and international projects.
Over the past two decades the Rotary Club of Weston has awarded more than $600,000 in college scholarships to hundreds of graduating seniors from Cypress Bay and Western High Schools; young men and women of our community who have clearly demonstrated an exceptional combination of academic achievement and commitment to community service. Weston Rotary has also contributed more than $500,000 from its annual “Run for Tomorrow & Family Festival” to local charities, non-profit organizations, and the Rotary Foundation.
We meet weekly on Thursday's 7:30 AM at the Weston Hills Country Club for breakfast, fellowship, and networking. Meetings run for an hour and always include a very interesting program. You will leave energized, ready to take on the day.