7/3/19

OUR WEBSITE WILL BE GOING UNDER CONSTRUCTION

We apologize for the inconvenience while we update our website. Please disregard any information provided on this site while we work on providing you with the most updated information!

Thank you.

6/17/19

4th of July Celebration!



Location: 324 west Rivo Alto Drive Miami  Beach 33139.  (It’s on Rivo Alto island Venetian causeway. It can be Googled.  It’s a residential area thus there is parking in the street.)

Theme of Party:  To celebrate America and to introduce newcomers to a great American institution.                    
Time & schedule: 5:30PM to approx. 9:00PM
                                  Barbequing will start around 6.30 pm
                                  
Activities:  Pool table, darts & pool swimming will be available
                      water polo game going (Kids love it)
                      Fireworks will be provided and ignited when it’s dark.
Food: Celebrity chefs (you may be one) & barbeques will be available to cook hamburgers to your specifications. If you have any secret sauces bring to share. Other compliments will be provided.  
Drinks, sodas, beer and wine will be available 

          RSVP: Email: egressman@kelleykronenberg.com with the number of people you are bringing.



1/9/18

Guest Speaker: Mari Sampedro-Iglesia


Mari Sampedro-Iglesias is an Associate Administrative Judge for the Unified Children’s Court and Human Trafficking Division. In our meeting she speaks on awareness of the human trafficking problem with the goal of eradicating human trafficking.

12/20/17

Miami Dolphins Open House for Charities

Thank you club members Eric Gressman and Howard Horwitz for attending the Miami Dolphin's Open House for Charities. An event where not-for-profits and business executives come to network to create partnerships.

Rotary Collects Sneakers at Turkey Trot

The Miami Dadeland Pinecrest Rotary Club collected sneakers at the Lifetime Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day. Lifetime, the organizers of the event held at Tropical Park, worked with the Rotary Club to encourage participants and those attending to donate their old and worn sneakers to the Rotary Club. Howard Horowitz, chairman of the Sneakers for Scholarship drive, said, “The Funds received help fund part of our annual $35,000 scholarship funds well as other programs that benefit our community.”

Tom Boswell. preside elect of the Rotary Club, was at the collection location and greeted all as they donated their sneakers.

Samantha Bailey, Frankie Ruiz, Alex Garcia and the Lifetime staff were instrumental in making the Rotary sneaker drive a success.

If anyone has sneakers that they are ready to discard, please donate to our Rotary Club.