The Rotary Club of
Club of the Year 2011-2012
100% Paul Harris Fellow Club
100% EREY Club
Presidential Citation 2012-2013
Public Image Award 2012-2013
Welcome to The Rotary Club of Homosassa Springs web site. Feel free to browse our pages and watch for our next river clean up where we remove lyngbya from the Homosassa River. If you want to be a part of a club that makes a difference in the lives of people in our local community and internationally come visit us at Luigi's behind Burger King in Homosassa every Thursday at 7:00 am and see what Rotary is all about.
GET READY! THE PARTY WILL START ON MARCH 24, 2018!
CLICK BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION
2017 RIVER RAKE LYNGBYA CLEANUP IS NOW COMPLETE
LOOK FOR 2018 SCHEDULE SOON!
PLEASE CONSIDER BEING THE HOST OF ONE OF OUR CLEANUPS. ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU BRING 10-15 VOLUNTEERS TO THE CLEANUP. YOU WILL BE DOING GREAT THINGS FOR THE RIVER AND WE WILL PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE ALONG WITH A PHOTO IN THE CHRONICLE. CONTACT TOM FEENEY AT 352-563-3275
APRIL- NOT YET HOSTED
MAY- NOT YET HOSTED
JUNE- NOT YET HOSTED
JULY- NOT YET HOSTED
AUGUST- NOT YET HOSTED
SEPTEMBER- NOT YET HOSTED
OCTOBER- NOT YET HOSTED
The Lyngbya cleanups will run from 8 am to 11:30 am.
Volunteers are asked to park at the overflow lot just past the back entrance of the Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park off West Fishbowl Drive (right before you go over the bridge). From the parking lot, volunteers can walk to the double gate on the left of the parking lot. Volunteers should bring close toed shoes, clothes they don’t mind getting dirty and a towel. Tools and kayaks to load and transport the Lyngbya will be provided by the Homosassa Rotary Club. For more information on the cleanup, call Tom Feeney at 352-201-2520.
BECAUSE WE DO THIS...
Our fun-raising event is Shrimpapalooza.
Live music, tons of food, an awesome parade!! What more can you want?
Great spirits and great time with good friends!
SO WE CAN DO THIS!
ROTARY RAKES THE RIVER
Every month we are out there cleaning up the lyngbya from the Homosassa River. We, along with supporters from all over the county, are trying to bring back the Homosassa to it's former glory.