Message from Carolyn Wright, Owego Rotary President for 2023-24


Welcome, and thank you for visiting this window into what Owego Rotary is and what we do.

Our club meets in the Village of Owego, a picturesque, historic community located along the Susquehanna River in upstate New York. Our members are a mix of young and old from a variety of backgrounds and professions. We all share a wish to be of service to our community and we recognize the value of acquaintance in building a network of support and of personal and professional friendship.

Rotarians around the world are volunteers and believe in truth, fairness, and integrity in all they do. Owego Rotary’s history is a showcase of volunteer service built on the spirit of respect, trust, and caring for over 100 years.

We invite you to see what Rotary is all about by investigating these pages. Perhaps you will discover that you would like to join Rotary. We are a friendly group and are happy to see fresh faces and to talk about new ideas.


Club News
Sundaes at the Farm outdid itself this year!  Despite threatening skies, over 1000 people came to enjoy the displays, barn tours, great music and food and those free sundaes.
Rotary was asked once again to provide the food concession and once again, we had a blast serving this fun crowd!  All of our proceeds are being donated to local organizations that support agriculture, youth, and education.  

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During the month of September the Club is supporting the Stock Our Shelves (SOS) food drive of Catholic Charities of Tioga and Tompkins counties.
Aug 08, 2023
This past year, Owego Rotary's Youth Exchange Program led us to join in an exciting global effort - clean drinking water in rural Tanzania. Lack of safe drinking water in so many parts of the world was just an abstract concept to many of us until it came into focus, thanks to the cultural exchange provided by our first incoming Rotary exchange student since the pandemic began.
Neema on her Owego Free Academy Graduation Day with with host mom, Kathleen Adler, and Rotarian Jerry West.
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