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The Rotary Club of White Plains is Club 5043, District 7230, Zone 32, Region USCB, Federal tax ID 13-6111471.

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1712, White Plains NY 10602.

Our "Foundation of the Rotary Club of White Plains" is tax exempt, New York State #219346, tax ID 13-6165380.

Website created August 2001.

The Rotary Club of White Plains was chartered October 1, 1919, charter number 540.

Rotary Trivia Quiz

These 5 randomly selected questions are about Rotary International, the Foundation, or our district. See how much you know about your favorite organization. Click the radio button to reveal the answers ...

  1. When the Rotary Foundation was started in 1917, what was the initial endowment?
    In 1917, the endowment received its first contribution of $26.50 from the Rotary Club of Kansas City, Missouri, USA.  [ID:13]

  2. According to a recent R.I. demographic survey, the average club size in the US and Canada was:
    43 members
    53 members
    58 members
    63 members
    Average club size in the USA and Canada was 58, compared to smaller average sizes elsewhere (e.g., Britain and Ireland 35, Latin AMerica 24, Africa and Europe 43)  [ID:18]

  3. The first non-English speaking Rotary Club was established in:
    Buenos Aires
    Havana (Cuba) was the first non English speaking Rotary Club.  [ID:23]

  4. R.I. President Arch Klumpf proposed, in 1917, an endowment 'for doing good in the world,' which became what?
    League of Nations
    The Rotary Foundation
    Ford Foundation
    This was the beginning of the Rotary Foundation.  [ID:31]

  5. In 1999, a human chain of children lined up to support the fight against polio. How many children formed the human chain?
    3 million
    Amazing -- three million children -- what a statement!  [ID:47]

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