Glastonbury Rotary Club
Douglas A. Brown
Vice President
Corey Turner
Jonathan H. Larabee
Deborah R. Eisenberg
Past President
Thomas B. Kane
Brian J, Cahill
Membership Chair
Dennis Weir
Social Media Co-Chair for Facebook & Website
Robert Zanlungo
Social Media Co-Chair for Twitter
Jason Hoeppner
Publicity and Cheer
Pamela McCue
Club Historian
Robert Dugger
Scholarship Committee Chair
Ron Brousseau
Interact Club Chair
Jonathan Larabee
41st  Annual Lobsterfest Chairman 2017
Woodrow M. Baird
Applefest Committee Chairman
Scott C. Doughman
Socials Chair
John Lord
Project & RI Committee Chair
Corey Turner
Summer Schedule Committee Chair
Brad Cofiell
Softball Team Coach
John Cofiell, Jr.
Golf Outing Chair
Nominating Committee Chair
Kevin Feeney

The Glastonbury Rotary Club has been in existence since 1948. Most of the town's residents have had their lives touched by a Rotary service, project or donation.
 In 1979, the club formed and funded the Glastonbury Rotary Club Scholarship Fund Corporation. 48 students have received a scholarship since then - 29 females and 19 males.12 students received one time grant awards from 1999-2005.

 Since 1979, the Glastonbury Rotary Scholarship Fund has awarded $594,600 in scholarships and grants to 60 students.
 The most popular school for scholarship winners has been- U Conn, where 12 students have matriculated.  Penn State, New York University, Yale, Bryant College, Babson College and Boston University are all in second place with 2 students each.
There were two recipients for our scholarship awards in 2017 – one received a $25,000 college scholarship payable over 4 years and one received a $5000 trade school scholarship payable over the required attendance period. 

 Glastonbury Rotary has greatly impacted the lives of these young individuals and their families and is very proud of this extraordinary accomplishment.




The Glastonbury Rotary Club President Thomas B. Kane  is proud to have recently awarded his father Rotarian Thomas P. Kane the Paul Harris Award. The Glastonbury Club gives the award annually to a person who best exemplifies the ideals of Rotary by following the motto of “Service above Self ".

The award is the highest given in Rotary and is memory of its founder Paul Harris. Pictured are from left  Thomas B. Kane, President of The Glastonbury Rotary Club,  and his dad, Thomas P. Kane. It was a very special night.


We built the Concession Stand at Glastonbury High School in 2008.  Was looking quite shabby, so 15 Rotarians  power washed the entire building this past weekend.  Looks like new!


Why Join the Rotary

Hear from some of our club members on why they joined the Rotary.

Where We Meet

We meet Mondays at 6:30 PM
The Gallery
141 New London Turnpike
Glastonbury, CT 06033
United States

Mailing Address

Glastonbury Rotary Club
PO Box 67
Glastonbury, CT 06033

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