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Welcome to the Hilton Rotary Club!

Hilton Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 6:30 PM
Mayers Lake Ontario Winery & Vineyards
1593 Hamlin Parma Townline Road
Hilton, NY  14468
United States
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On Saturday, April 19th Hilton Rotary will host it's annual Easter Egg Hunt.  Children ages 0 to 10 are welcome to participate.  There will be over 2000 eggs stuffed with candy and golden eggs that can be redeemed for prizes.  Hilton Parma Recreation will have a special guest as well.  
 
 
 

 
 
Hilton Rotary provides dictionaries to 3rd grade students.  
 
 
 
Check out our video below to see what Hilton Rotary is all about.  Community projects, fellowship and lots of fun!
 
For more information about Rotary and how rewarding it can be for you,  visit this website yourturnto.com or contact any of our officers listed on our home page.
 
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