2006-2007 — 13th Annual John D. Hamilton Golf Tournament raised $8,000 for the Wendy Sharp Fund supporting the Special Needs Camp at Camp Onyasha. First "Farch with a Cause" progressive dinner, raising $2,500 for Community Service Project in Guatemala. Second part of $5,000 donation to JCC. Awarded the Rotary Jester Award to Sgt. at Arms Greg Jones. Rotarians and friends voyaged to the Dominican Republic for a fun week. Awarded Champion Awards to Vince Horrigan and Pat Kinney. We cleaned up our designated area on I-86. The Auction raised over $32,000 for community projects.

2007-2008 — 14th Annual John D. Hamilton Golf Tournament raised just over $10,000 for the Wendy Sharp Fund & Camp Onyasha. 21st Community Benefit Auction raised $27,500; Final payment of $5,000 toward the $15,000 pledge to the JCC Capital Campaign made. 2nd Annual World Community Service Fundraiser - Rotarian Hosted Private Dinners.  $1,250 to go to Yvonne Tovell's led Guatemalan Education Project and $1,250 to Roy Sheldrick's Water Wells in Haiti Project. Awarded a Golf Scholarship to Washington Middle School students Steven Bochman and Rachel Ahlbin from the Greens Fees and Donations from Shirley Sember, in memory of John Sember, from Hallway Golf. Donated a book for every student at both Love and Bush Elementary Schools. Formalized relationship with Jamestown High School Interact Club Donated $10,000 to the RI Foundation from member and club donations Past. Pres. Greg Jones spearheaded effort to move from paper roster to the new Club Runner Website. Under Pat Kinney & Vince Horrigan's leadership, ended the year with a net increase of 11 members with a 10 year high of 116 members. The Club received the Presidential Citation Award.

2008-2009 — The Ryan Samuelson benefit dinner under the leadership of Carrie Spencer and Lisa Lane-Gniewecki and the help of Vicki McGraw, Randy Graham, Mike Roberts, and many others that raised over $11,000 in 10 days.  The club participation was overwhelming. Really fun social events, thanks to the efforts of Steve Sandberg and Lisa Yaggie and the Social Committee.  Who can ever forget the dancers at Farch?  The Oktoberfest was also a great success. Great weekly programs thanks to Lisa Lane-Gniewecki and the program committee.  We had several top-notch speakers and timely topics, such as the investment experts and "What to do when your 401k becomes a 201k" organized by John Lloyd, the energy talks, St. Susan's visit, Heritage Park visit with Stan Weeks, and many others. Another successful auction under the leadership of Carrie Spencer, Joelle Conti, and Lisa Lane-Gniewecki, with high participation by many members.  Special thanks to Chuck Ludwig and his team. Strong commitment to youth programs, including the Youth Exchange program under chairman Emmett Tempas, the Literacy program under Chairwoman Deb Kathman, Guatemalan program with chairs Yvonne Tovell and Jerry House, and the Handicapped children's program funded by the Golf Tournament (Sue Jones and Russ Ecklund, co-chairs) and reviewed by the Camp Committee (Mark Olson, Chair). Doug Benson, with the help of MANY club members, provided a much higher level of support for the Red Kettle campaign this year by providing and coordinating several extra volunteers to help fill-in unexpected vacancies.  Our response was awesome. Another award winning float (Santa's workshop) was constructed under the direction of Taras Korol, with help from the AM Club and several of our members.

2012-2013 — Completed our three year $15,000 pledge for the WCA Hospital New Emergency Department construction. Subsidized the county employability summit for $1,421. Contributed $5,000 to the new Veterans Park. Contributed $2,000 to the the Ancaster Rotary Club's International Latrine Project. Contributed $1,000 to the Rotary initiated Hands on Jamestown  Project.

2013-2014 — Retired our successful and long running auction with the very successful Fire & Ice Ball. Donated $10,000 to Jamestown's National Comedy Center. Facebook page created. Donated $3,500 to the Boy's & Girl's Club on their 75th anniversary. Connected Love School students with Cambodian School students. Donated a shelter box ($1,000) for use in emergency conditions world wide. Donated $1,600 for women entrepreneurs in Nepal (small weaving business). Hosted two exchange students Nils Buurman from Germany and Pierina Ramirez from Venezuela. Once again staffed the Salvation Army Kettles in many locations.

2014-2015 — Donated $5,000 to the Chautauqua Lake Assn. Provided $2,000 towards the construction of Sanitary Latrines in Haiti.