Exchange is America's Service Club. We are a group of men and women working together to make our communites better places to live through programs of service in Americanism, Community Service, Youth Activites, and our national project, the Prevention of Child Abuse.
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Dear Exchange Club,
I am so incredibly honored to be a recipient of The Exchange Club of
Farmington Scholarship. The $1,500 award totally alleviates much of the
financial burden upon my family as I pursue a college education. I
cannot even begin to express my gratitude and appreciation in words –
I’ll start with a thank you.
I will be thinking of your generosity this fall when I am studying at UC Berkeley. It was a
pleasure meeting all of you at the dinner – all of you make a difference
in so many lives. Thank you again for supporting my passions and now
I’m more excited than ever to begin my college journey on the west
Gino and his committee put on yet another awesome evening of comedy at The Farmington Club. Over 220 people attended this year, a new record! Phil Chabot put out some great appetizers. Many thanks, Phil. We had 4 comedians this year (5 if you count Gino): Rick Roberts, the time-tested MC (and part-time attorney), Ellen Karis, Angel Rentas and Headliner R.C. Smith. The event was enjoyed by all and made a good profit for the benefit of our charities. Great job, Gino!!
The Exchange Club of Farmington is pleased to present $1,000 to the Town of Farmington and Avon Live Fire Training Facility.
Despite the recent cold weather, spring is around the corner, and we want you to have a clean car! There are a few ways to purchase tickets:
- Call Laurie Caserta at 860-331-6103 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Ask any Exchange Club Member and they will get you tickets.
- Click here to purchase online. Tickets will be mailed to you.
Thank you! Your support is truly appreciated.
THIS JUST IN! The meeting was held at the Jeff Yates (past XC President ) room in the Police Station on New Britain Avenue, and was excellently catered by Farmington Gardens. Sgt. Ken Miller spoke about CERT, the Community Emergency Response Team comprised of volunteers and founded in 2012. We were treated to a tour of the Police Station, including dispatch, and the holding cells. Everyone apparently made it home that night without incident. We managed to get a mugshot of Sue Ruigh, and she almost had to spend a night in a cell, ‘til the key was finally located!