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ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: COMMUNITY GARDEN
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club created and maintains a community garden at St. Michael’s Church. The garden was dedicated to Father Lawrence Tracy for his service to the Latino Community.
 
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: HEALTH FAIR
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club sponsors an annual Dance to Health event at the YMCA. Zumba and yoga classes are offered along with health information from several Rochester area organizations and businesses.
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club awards two college scholarships on an annual basis. The scholars have to meet the criteria as established by the IBERO American Action League. They are awarded during IBERO’s Annual Scholarship Gala. Our 2014 Scholarship Recipients:

 
 
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: ANNUAL ROTARY ORATORICAL CONTEST
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club sponsors a high school junior for the Rotary Oratorical Contest on Ethics.  Contestants must prepare and deliver a speech on ethics. Our 2014 student was Megan Betancourt.
 
 
 
 
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: FOOD PANTRY
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club collects non-perishables and donates them to area food pantries.
 
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: ROCHESTER HISPANIC BASEBALL LEAGUE
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club sponsors a team in the age range of 4 – 6 year olds in the Rochester Hispanic Baseball League. 
 
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: THREE KINGS DAY TOYS
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club provides toys to children who are experiencing hardships due to circumstances beyond their control. The club has established collaboration with Toys for Tots to make this project a reality and reach as many children as possible. The Rotarians wrap all the toys and deliver them to the designated locations (shelters, foster care, etc.).
 
ROCHESTER COMMUNITY PROJECT: HORIZON SUMMER PROGRAM
The Rochester Latino Rotary Club provided book bags filled with school supplies for 66 students that attended the Summer LEAP program. The book bags were presented to the students after they completed the summer program. The schools that the students were attending in September provided the supply list.