Dr. Carole B. Reiss, Executive Director of The Staten Island Green Charter School for Environmental Discovery spoke at the Staten Island Rotary. Her website is www.SIGCS.com and she can be reached at 718 608 5232

Louis R. Miller recipient Joe Marchese Honnored www.SiChamber.com

 Joseph R. Marchese, founder and president of Financial Planning Concepts of America in Travis, has dedicated his time and career to serving the Staten Island community.
For his established work in the field, he is being honored with a Louis R. Miller Leadership Award in the Established businessperson category.
The awards -- co-sponsored by the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce and the Staten Island Advance -- are presented in honor of Lou Miller, a businessman and West Brighton resident who was also a community leader.
Recipients of the Louis R. Miller Awards are recognized as effective business leaders, and for their outstanding contributions to the local community.
Joseph Marchese
of Mountainside, N.J.
Financial Planning Concepts of America
1110 South Ave., Staten Island, NY 
Life philosophy:
"Life is not about finding yourself. It's about creating yourself."
Island board member; past president and member of the Rotary Club of Staten Island; past treasurer and past member of the Staten Island Children's Museum; assistant governor for Rotary District 7230; past member of the board of directors of the Alzheimer's Foundation of Staten Island; member of fundraising committees for the Staten Island Historical Society, Snug Harbor Cultural Center and the Eger home rehabilitation center.


Miss Staten Island Outstanding Teen 2016 Charista Mroczek Santos was our guest speaker. Charista spoke of her efforts to conduct Bone Marrow Donor Drive for Children and Minorities and gain awareness for the National Bone Marrow Registry. ‪#‎Missstatenisland2016‬‪#‎Nationalbonemarrowregistry‬

www.MetFoods.com, www.BlessedSacramentChurchSI.org/

Hunger Hurts! The members of the Rotary Club of Staten Island recognize that Hunger Hurts and are addressing this by raising funds and working with different groups to help others as they face the challenge of feeding themselves and their families each day. The Rotary Club of Staten Island delivered $4,000 worth of food Tuesday to Blessed Sacrament Church.

It's all part of the group's ongoing campaign called "Hunger Hurts," which aims to help those in need put food on the table.
Members say they usually save food donations for the holiday season, but under the new initiative, they say they will be fighting hunger all year long.
"We continue to do it at Thanksgiving time, but to do it at other times of the year when food is not as abundant," said John Amodio of the SI Rotary Club.  Special thanks to MET Food for helping us stretch those dollars and adding more!‪#‎StVincentDePaul‬‪#‎BlessedSacramentStatenIsland‬ ‪#‎HungerHurts‬‪#‎StatenIslandRotaryClub‬ ‪#‎METFood‬

www.statenislandusa.com, www.JamesOddo.com

Thank you to Dr. Ginny Mantello for the informative presentation. This mantra you left us with also rings true for Rotary. ‪#‎statenislandusa‬‪#‎ginnymantello‬

Sabina Masiule Spoke today at our Rotary Luncheon. 


Our own Rob Robert Nixon of Casandra Realty (www.casandraproperties.com) gave an update on the many real estate developments and projects that are shaping up on Staten Island.