Each meeting, our club donates a book to Casselberry Elementary's library.

Upcoming programs:

September 14 - Board Meeting

September 21 Kelly Trulock  RN/Orlando Health 

September 28 - Alicia Hodge/Boys & Girls Club

October 5 - Sean Tucker/HECM Association

October 12 - Board Meeting

October 19 - Pat Southward/League of Women Voters

October 26 - Alan Harris/Seminole County

November 2 - Nicole Santapola/Plant Base Eating

November 8 - Partners in Democracy service project

December 7 - Essay Winner Breakfast

January 21 - CIL ramp service project

Since June of 2021, our club began participating quarterly in the Adopt-a-Road program. Our club sponsors Tuskawilla Road between Red Bug Road and Dyke Road. We are helping by keeping our roadway free of litter and debris. Along with this, we are educating the public through storm drain markers which reminds citizens that rain run off can wash soil, yard waste and other pollutants into our waterways.  

Focus on the environment


Club of Casselberry

Here is one of our recipients excited about planting his Loquat tree. We also provided them with Florida friendly landscaping guidelines and planting information.

Service Above Self

"Rotary means to me..."

  • Quarterly Adopt A Road project to make a difference in our environment
  • Sponsorship of RYLA student to develop leadership skills
  • Annual Karcher Award
  • Building ramps with Center for Independent Living through the Foundations to Freedom program

It’s important to us to be as clear about what we do as the service we provide to communities in need. Here are a couple of our recent initiatives.  Find out how you can get involved.

June 2022

Our club created positive note cards for students to take home over the weekend for the "Blessings in a Backpack" program

Jim Boswell: "My memorable Rotary Moment was when the club conducted outdoor a cultural performance called the 'Rotary International Folk Festival'.  We managed a 'Beer Garden' around a large truck provided by the beer distributor.  Unfortunately midway through the performance a torrential storm struck with high winds, lightning, and a flood of rain. Despite the ill weather, club members like me took our stand against the storm at the beer wagon.  Sure, the storm demolished our tents but we kept the beer cold and it was delicious."

Mike Schaffer​: Rotary is a dedicated part of my life. I set aside time for me to be involved in activities and events that I enjoy.  Most importantly, I see direct results to what I and my club participates. It's a great feeling to be part of something so large and at the same time a close part of my community.