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The Minuteman District

Rotary District 7910 is located in central Massachusetts with over 1,500 Rotarians in 53 clubs. The district adopted its Minuteman logo from the statue sculpted by Daniel Chester French located at the Old North Bridge in Concord. The defining battle of the American Revolution took place at the Bridge where the Minutemen—comprised of citizen farmers in militias from surrounding towns, who could deploy at a minute’s notice—clashed with a contingent of British soldiers that had marched west from Boston looking for munitions thought to be stored in the town.

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District 7910 Conference
 
May 16-18 2014
 
 
 
 

An Invitation 

 
Rotary International Director Bryn Styles and his wife Randy
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Polio Media Update

Dear Colleagues:
 
Rotary is receiving significant international media coverage this week for its role in the historic polio-free certification of the World Health Organization’s South-East Asia region.
 
 
 

District 7910 News & Notices

Nashoba Valley Club Holds 2nd Annual Reality Fair

 
With about 45 volunteers from the community and other Rotary clubs across the district and beyond, the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley held its 2014 Reality Fair at Nashoba Regional High School on Friday, March 14.  
 
See and hear more at District Conference May 16 - 18, 2014
 
 
Governor's Photo

Douglas J. Detweiler
District Governor
2013-2014

Rotary Year Theme

Rotary Theme 2013-2014

Governor’s Message

District 7910 is comprised of a network of business, community, and professional leaders who come together in service above self by undertaking local and international projects that help improve the lives of others. Our commitment to service is grounded in the fellowship of people who collaborate to make our communities and the world a better place. This year’s Rotary International theme—Engage Rotary, Change Lives—challenges us to make a difference by renewing the commitment of our members while welcoming those who have an interest in giving back and wish to join with us in Rotary International.

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