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Director at Large
Director at Large
Director at Large
Director at Large
Director at Large
Fundraising Chairman
Fundraising Co-Chair
Sargent at Arms
International Peace
Rotary Foundation Chair
Service and Philanthropy
Public Relations
Social Media
Youth Exchange officer
Home Stay Chairman
Salvation Army Bell Ringing
Brain Game
Paperback Project
Josh The Otter
Hunger Project
Welcome to our Club! #4395

Welcome to our Club! #4395


Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM 
Eau Gallie Yacht Club
100 Datura Dr.
Indian Harbour Beach, FL  32937
United States

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    Mark Malak -Managing Partner-Registered Patent
Attorney- Luncheon Speaker Apr 27 2016
Mark will talk to us about property rights.

Areas of Practice:
Patents; Trademarks; Copyrights; Intellectual 

Property Litigation;  Licensing; Local Counsel

Mark focuses his practice on representing clients before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and counseling inventors and businesses on various intellectual property strategies. Mark is a registered patent attorney and admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Mark also focuses his practice on licensing his client’s intellectual property and enforcing the intellectual property rights of his clients in litigation.

Mark is very involved in his community and serves on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of the Space Coast (past chair), the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, the King Center for the Performing Arts and The Bridges Foundation. Mark is also involved with the Florida Bar Justice Teaching program, the March of Dimes, the Brevard Schools Foundation, the Scott Center for Autism Treatment at Florida Institute of Technology, and the Space Coast Early Intervention Center.

Mark encourages you to view our Community Involvement page to see how you can join Widerman Malek in lending a helping hand to others.

Mark is a parishioner at Calvary Chapel Melbourne. He is married to Aileen and they have two young sons.


Mark Pieloch is creating the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne, putting his private collection of over 200 mint low mileage American muscle cars into the museum
Mark Pieloch, local businessman and owner of the American Muscle Car Museum presently under construction in Melbourne, was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Indialantic luncheon on Wednesday at the Eau Gallie Yacht Club. More than 140 attended the luncheon to hear Mark talk about his car collection and the museum.
INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH — Fresh off a $1.1 million muscle car buying spree in Kissimmee, Mark Pieloch hopes the weather dries up so his future American Muscle Car Museum debuts by October. "I can tell you, everybody's asking me when are we going to open. We don't have a specific date. Only Mother Nature can control the specific date when we're going to open, OK? It keeps raining, raining, raining," Pieloch told the Rotary Club of Indialantic this afternoon. "We've probably lost three months off the construction timetable from when we first started a year ago. We're hoping all the construction should be done by the end of June. We figure it's
going to take at least four to five months to move 240-plus cars via closed transport, clean them, detail them, set them up," he said.
Click on the link below to read full story of the Museum
We wish to thank everyone who joined our club for lunch to hear Mark Pieloch.  The Rotary Club of Indialantic is a very dynamic and active club in the community that is prominent in supporting Charitable organizations in our community and Internationally.  We have a great program of speakers at our luncheons and welcome anyone to join us for lunch and get a chance to know our club. 

The Rotary Club of Indialantic devotes significant amounts of
Members time, energy and donations to raise money for local
Charities and volunteer time to work at charitable organizations
in support of their causes and the community in general
The Club runs various fund raising activities during the year to
raise money to support these endeavors.  This year the primary
fundraiser is the "Witchway 5K" run/walk done in conjunction
with the Town of Indialantic. Click on poster on home page.  The
Indialantic Rotary portion of the proceeds will go to "Space Coast
Volunteers in Medicine" and the "No Limits Academy"(for dis-
abled children). 
A listing of some of these charitable activities is shown below:
1. The Witch Way 5K Run/Walk that we do in conjunction with
    The Town of Indialantic as a major fund raiser each year was
    again a significant success.  The Indialantic Rotary proceeds
    from the Event were $10,600 which will be donated equally to
    Volunteers In Medicine $5300 and No Limits Academy $5300.
2. Two $2000 Scholarships matched by FIT for local exceptional
    high school seniors in Brevard enrolled in FIT.  The Club
    Foundation has given $210,275 with FIT matching funds of
    $88,125 to Brevard Students over the years.
3. A $1000 scholarship matched by FIT for a Brevard Rotaract
    student to attend FIT.
4. Support for the Brevard Sharing Center with $500 for their
    Summer Hunger Program and $300 for 3 bicycles for their
    Christmas Program.
5. Donation to the Patrick AFB 920th Rescue Wing's families
    and childrens picnic.
6. The two activities below are part of the Clubs Literacy
    Program chaired by Member Ruth Sanderson
   The club spends about $1000 on the Josh the Otter Books
   And applies to RI for a grant to help defray the cost.
   The club spends about $1000 on the Brain Game books
   And applies to RI for a grant to help defray the cost.
   The Brain Game book is meant as a “how-to” guide for parents. 
   It was developed by pediatricians, neonatologists, and childhood
   development specialists.  The aim is to translate complicated
   scientific research into easy to understand language.  We want
   to explain what is going on in each of the important stages of
   birth-to-three development.  We want to educate parents on things
   they can do to keep their child safe and healthy in general.  We
   want to teach caregivers the things they can do to simulate
   development processes in the brain.  These are not just general
   tips.  They are timed to coordinate with the brain development
   processes going on during each critical period.
   That is a brief summary of our current activities and we will
   report on others as they are pursued.  We thank our members
   and the community for supporting our programs.

Rotary shop on new platform
As of 1 May, the Rotary shop will be available on a new platform. We may experience some downtime during the transition and apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact us at or at 847-866-4600.
Rotary districts mobilize to support survivors of Ecuador, Japan quakes
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Get live updates and vote totals from the Council on Legislation on beginning on 11 April. Representatives from Rotary clubs worldwide will gather in Chicago 10-15 April to consider changes to the policies that guide Rotary International and its member clubs.  Many of this year’s proposed changes are designed to increase membership by giving clubs greater flexibility in the timing and the nature of their meetings. Other proposals would amend membership requirements.
UNESCO-IHE scholarship applications now available
The Rotary Foundation and UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education are offering up to 10 scholarships for graduate study at UNESCO-IHE's Delft campus in the Netherlands. The aim is to increase the number of trained professionals who can devise, plan, and implement water and sanitation solutions in developing areas. The scholarships also are designed to promote long-term relationships between Rotary members and skilled water and sanitation professionals. Scholars will receive a Master of Science degree in urban water and sanitation, water management, or water science and engineering. The...
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April 2016
         Sponsored by
     Town of Indialantic
 Rotary Club of Indialantic
 Space Coast Volunteers
         in Medicine
    No Limits Academy
Indialantic Beautification
{Click HERE or on Picture
            for details}


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