Club Information
Welcome to the Enfield Rotary Club!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Asnuntuck Community College Conference Center
170 Elm St
Enfield, CT 06082
United States of America
The Club meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month.
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The Rotary Club of Enfield will be holding their Halloween Harvest Beer and Wine Tasting event  on Thursday , October 27th from 6-8 p.m in Asnuntuck Community College's Conference Center. Tickets are available from any Rotarian or by calling Chair Kevin Mayo at 413-575-0579. The tastings will be served by Joe's Fine Wines and Spirits of East Windsor and Ellington and Broad Brook Brewery. 
Thank you to Let's Roam and Adventures from Scratch for their generous donation for the club's silent auction. Learn more about what they offer at .
The club also appreciates the support from ticket sponsors Mary Arcouette, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Springfield Enfield, Minuteman Press, and media sponsor North Central News. 
Tickets for the event are only $25 (for everyone over 21 years of age) and there are exciting and unique items for the silent auction. The evening includes Hors d'oeuvres and desserts. Feeling festive? Wear a costume for a chance at a prize!
The Rotary Club of Enfield’s Foundation held its annual scholarship reception at Asnuntuck Community College. The Foundation awarded $12,000 in scholarships to students enrolled in post-secondary and graduate courses.
Recipients and families accepting the awards on family members' behalf, included Sophie Veilleux, Kelly LeDoux, Carolyn Mark, Danielle Orr, Matthew Campo, recipient Alessandro Good’s father Charles Good, Madison McGinnis, Tori Geaglone, and Katy Lee, and Jason Lee’s mother-in-law and grandmother Geraldine Lee.
View more photos from the night at
The Rotary Club of Enfield inducted three new members at their recent meeting. Adrian Gould, Elizabeth (Liz) Colantoni and Sally DeJesus are the newest members. District Governor Randy Chapell and Area Governor Pam Lupoli joined members of the club in welcoming the trio. Liz and Sally are both serving on the Beer and Wine Tasting October 27th committee and Adrian is serving as secretary for the club's board. 
Rotary Club of Enfield 2021-22 President Kevin Mayo received a plaque of appreciation from 2022-23 President Julie Cotnoir. This was the third time that Kevin has served in this capacity. The club appreciates his commitment. He is chairing the club's Wine and Beer Tasting Committee. The fundraising event will be held in Asnuntuck Community College's Conference Center. on October 27th.  
The Enfield Rotary Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc., is offering scholarships to college students from Enfield who will be entering their junior or senior year in 2022, beginning or continuing post-graduate education, or entering their third or later year of post-high school education in an accredited institution.
There is no age limit for applicants. Selection criteria include factors such as financial need, self-help activities, academic achievement and extra-curricular activities.
The 2022 Scholarship Application can be downloaded from the Enfield Rotary Club website at The link to the main scholarship page is Application deadline is June 15, 2022. Recipients will be notified in July and the scholarships will be presented at a Rotary luncheon in August.

The Enfield Rotary Club  
presents our Annual Enfield Cinco K Mayo 5k Road Race


A super flat & fast course! Plenty of parking will be available at Enfield Annex where the race begins and finishes.

   Saturday, May 7th 2022

  On Moody Road next to the Enfield Town Annex
  124 N. Maple Street 
  Enfield, CT 06082 

   8:00 AM - Bib Pickup 
   9:00 AM - 5K Run/Walk Starts! 

   Top 3 Males Overall Top 3 Females Overall 
   Top 1 Male/Female each Age Group 

   Age Groups:
       12 & Under, 13 - 19, 20 -29, 30 - 39, 40 - 49, 50 - 59, 60 - 69, 70+

Prize Money to Overall Winners & Age Division Winners!

Sign up by April 21st 2022 and be guaranteed a Race T-shirt!! 

USATF Certified Course: CT12022JHP

Enfield Rotarians handing out week end meals at Loaves and Fishes 
Thanks for Enfield Resources for Children inviting the club. We were happy to help stuff backpacks for our local Enfield children. The Club is donating 100 backpacks to help ERfC with the great work that they do for our community. 
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