Rotary Club of Hicksville South
In 2009, a group, largely Indian American, of like-minded friends started the club, drawn by Rotary's diverse, non-political, and non-religious structure. Our club meets alternate Thursdays at 7:00 PM in Hicksville Long Island. Nilima Madan, is the President for 2020-2021, and Ashok Varshney, is the President-Elect.
The Honorary Members of RCHS includes Indian Ambassadors Prabhu Dayal and Sandeep Chakravorty, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano,  and Comptroller of Nassau County George Maragos.
We are People of Action
The reason Rotarians believe in their mottoes so strongly is that by 1950, when the mottoes were officially adopted, it was a proven fact that Rotary was… and still is the greatest of all service organizations; - and “SERVICE ABOVE SELF” is the key to Rotary’s indisputable success.  Rotary brings hope wherever it goes and to all who espouse its principles.

Home Club of the Past District Governor
Mr. Kamlesh Mehta
Mr. Kamlesh Mehta, a prominent Indian American entrepreneur, community supporter and government official in Long Island, served as RI District 7255 Governor in the year 2015-16, He was also the Charter President of RCHS.
Service is our Motto
The Rotary Club of Hicksville South is a service club, founded on the basic premise of service to others.  Members are expected to give time to the Club and its projects.  The club determines its own service activities, which are channeled through club service, vocational service, community service, and international service.
Club Service, the First Avenue of Service, involves action a member should take within this club to help it function successfully. Our members are expected to volunteer for club service projects, support worthy causes, and serve on club committees.  Our success as a Rotarian is directly proportional to our involvement in club activities and regular attendance.
Our Causes
By putting service above self Rotary members set an example that can help inspire those around us today and for the future to come. The Club has participated in several international projects helping the needy in the areas of healthcare, education, water harvesting and disaster relief.
Locally, RCHS is dedicated to improving lives of  our veterans and families in need. The distribution of School supplies and backpacks, winter blankets and coat drive, providing food for families in need & adult literacy are the year around projects. 1000’s of needy people were served & benefited in last few years on Long Island.
Our members are actively involved in our local community. We hosts county and town officials, conduct seminars and engages with local fire department, red cross and assist local volunteer organizations. We encourage conversations to foster understanding within and across cultures to support Rotary efforts to promote world peace. In our programs we have introduced family volunteer days and youth leadership and participation.
Business Networking & Social Activities
Our club members, using their skills and expertise, also enhance their professional network, career development, and cross-cultural understanding. The club members enjoy social activities and hosts networking events for the local business community. Our members actually think that it is a great social time before and after every meeting.

Who Can Join?

Impact starts with our members — people like you who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change in our communities, and in ourselves. We’re looking for people who want to give back to their communities.

What is Required as a Member
  • Attend a Club Meetings
  • Pay your Dues
  • Read By-Laws & Constitution
  • Visit another Rotary Club
  • Participate in a Rotary events (fund raiser, team activities, social and community services, all district assembly)
  • Respond including RSVP to all emails, which require a response.
Membership in Rotary is an honor and privilege, and every privilege has its corresponding obligations. One of the special obligations of membership is regular attendance at the bi-monthly meetings; it is the basic method of fulfilling the principle of fellowship. The By-Laws of Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Hicksville South require regular attendance. 
The club constitution provides for the termination of membership for failure to meet minimum attendance requirements. As a new member, you are expected to read the attached policy by-laws. 
Rotary Club Membership Dues Policy
 The annual Club dues policy will be set by the Board members and will explained in the by-laws available in the Club documents. The current annual membership fee is $250. The club’s constitution provides for termination of membership in the event of unpaid dues.
District Conference | Rotary District 6600 
ADDRESS: 95 Broadway Town Center Building, Suite# 2 Hicksville, NY 11801 TEXT PRESIDENT: (516) 603 5022