1991-1992 — Over $3,000 donated to orthopedic hospital in Nepal India. Began joint environmental project with the RTPI. Helped bring Rotary to Albania. Six Paul Harris Fellows named.

1992-1993 — Handicapped Camp integrated into regular camp program. Received Outstanding Service Award from the Resource Center. Received RI Presidential Citation. Donated $1000 towards the Bosnia-Croatia Relief Fund. Completed the first club strategic planning session.

1993-1994 — Initiated 8 new members. Received RI Citation for 93-94. Established the George and Regina Johnson Rotary Endowment Fund. Celebrated our Club's 75th Anniversary with a special dinner placed book and plaque at city hall. Hosted Japan Group Study Exchange Friendship Exchange with Dunville, Ontario Rotary Club.

1994-1995 — Initiated 11 new members. Named 5 new Paul Harris Fellows. Sponsored 45 disabled children at the integrated camp with and located at Camp Onyahsa. Successful at increasing the attendance at our annual Travelogue Series, Auction raised over $15,000. Hosted 70 in and outbound exchange students, Received RI Presidential Citation. Completed RI matching grant to support infant ventilator for Vereening South Africa Hospital.

1995-1996 — Received RI Presidential Citation 95-96. 33 attended the Rotary Disabled Camp . Re-established our golf tournament as a charity event. Raised $5,000 for camp endowment. Sent out 2 exchange students and hosted one each from Argentina and Brazil.

1996-1997 — Sent one exchange student out and hosted one from Germany. Co-hosted Group Study Exchange from Italy with the AM Club. Sponsored 21 children at Rotary Disabled Children's Camp. Fund raisers for the year netted $20,000. Provided on student with a RYLA scholarship.

1997-1998 — Named 5 Paul Harris Fellows. Sponsored Ambassadorial scholar to Sweden. Donated $3,000 for international project of housing and water wells in India. Assisted the city in moving the "portage" sculpture to it’s new site. Sent one exchange student out and hosted one  from Japan.

1998-1999 — Moved Rotary office from the Holiday Inn to the HSBC Bank, Main & Second streets. HSBC donated the space. Hosted two and sent out two exchange students. Purchased our first Rotary software. Presented 5 new Paul Harris fellows. Received the RI Presidential Citation for 98-99.

1999-2000 — Held group membership development meeting with area Rotary Clubs. Inducted 19 new members. Named 6 new Paul Harris Fellows. Awarded the Four Avenues of Service award to. Dudley (Spud) Ericson. Hosted group study exchange from India with AM club. Received RI Presidential Citation 99-00.

2000-2001 — Presented city with $10,000 for skateboard park. Co-hosted Group Study Exchange from the Netherlands. Auction raised over $18,000 for charity. Presented 6 Paul Harris Fellows. Initiated the first "Hands on Jamestown" clean up for the center city. Christy Brecht brought idea from Atlanta. John D. Hamilton Golf Tournament raised over $8,000 for the handicapped camp and Wendy Sharpe Fund. Hosted Caroline Nizet, our exchange student from Belgium. Received RI Presidential Citation.

2001-2002 — Began sending "Rotarily Yours" by e-mail. Created our first e-mail member list. Created our first club web page. Updated the club by-laws, Initiated 10 new members. John D. Hamilton Golf Tournament raised $28,000 gross and the Auction raised $29,000 gross. First Rotary Float in new Jamestown Christmas Parade with AM Rotary. Named 8 new Paul Harris Fellows. Won the best hospitality suite award at the district conference. Donated $30,000 to community and international projects. Was awarded the RI Presidential Citation for 2001-2002.

2002-2003 — Inducted 14 new members. Moved office from HSBC to Key Bank Downtown building, Club members committed $330 to Rotary Polio Plus effort. Golf and Auction Fund Raised $30,000. Inducted 14 new Paul Harris Fellows. RI Presidential Citation for 5th yr. in a row. Established Rotary Club of Jamestown Community Service Fund 501(c)(3). Won with the AM Club the best hospitality suite at District Conference. Awarded 2 scholarships to graduating seniors. Hosted District student exchange weekend 48 attended. Recognized Dennis Webster as a Paul Harris Fellow for his community service. Established Rotary support for the Junior Achievement Program. Hosted Group Study Exchange from India. Co-sponsored Jamestown Rotaract Club.

2003-2004 — Golf Tournament raised $10,000 for Wendy Sharp Fund and special needs camp. Initiate "Moment in History Series" to relive the rich history of our club. Auction raised $30,000 for community service projects, Again won the hospitality suite award at district conference and the RI Presidential Citation. Held several off-site meetings at the Jackson Center. Hosted group study exchange from Australia. Float in the Downtown Holiday Parade. 

2004-2005 — Many members celebrated Rotary friendships by going on a Caribbean Cruise organized by Sue Jones. Donated $3,000 to Rotary's Pure water well program in Haiti. Co-sponsored a float in the Holiday parade. Golf Tournament raised $9,000 and the Auction raised $22,000+ for community grants. Adopted a Club Risk Management Policy. Earned the RI Presidential Citation. Hosted and sent out 2 exchange students. Hosted with other local clubs the District Conference at Chautauqua. Established the John D. Sember Hallway Golf Tournament. Presented Rotarian James Abdella with the District 7090 Centennial Professional  Excellence Award.

2005-2006 — Implemented a unique recognition for Rotarians called the Presidents Rose. Conducted the second annual John D. Sember Hallway Golf Tournament. John D Hamilton Golf Tournament raised $8,000 in support of the Rotary Children's Special Needs Camp and the Wendy Sharp Fund. Recognized Past President Bill Larson with a Presidents Rose for 50 years of membership. Annual Corn Roast at the Vikings Lake Lodge. Hosted and sent out one exchange student. Received Literacy Award from the Chautauqua County Literacy Council for our book give away at the Downtown Holiday Parade. Donated $5,000 towards our pledge of $15,000 to the JCC Capital Campaign earmarked for USA Scholarship Program. Re-dedicated the “Portage” to its new location at Keel Boat Landing/River Walk. Auction raised $30,000. Honored Past President Vince Horrigan with the Four Avenues of Service Award. Group Photo of area Rotarians at the JSBIA for publication in the Post-Journal. Received the RI Presidential Citation. Co-hosted the Swedish GSA Team.