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Rotary Club of Marlborough

Welcome back to our former member Dave Brower, Marks Moving and Storage, and welcome to our newest member Dave Proulx, Executive Director, Christopher Heights Assisted Living in Marlborough.

Rotary Club of Auburn

Rotary Club of Auburn inducts new member Lynne Benoit.

Rotary Club of Watertown

President Lilia Weisfeldt welcomes new member Alex Chigas to the Rotary Club of Watertown!

Rotary Club of Westwood

Rotary Club of Westwood installs 2 new members! Dave Orlovsky and Lori Favreau. 

Rotary Club of Newton

On June 20th the Rotary Club of Newton was delighted to have District Governor Karin Gaffney welcome Jodi Goodman into membership.  
On August 1st, Stephanie Hunter was welcomed into the fellowship of the Rotary Club of Newton.  

Rotary Club of Littleton

Rotary Club of Littleton welcomes Phi Souza.

Rotary Club of Montachusett 

Rotary Club of Montachusett Area welcomes Roger Duchesne.

Rotary Club of Shrewsbury

Rotary Club of Shrewsbury gets new members. Pictured (from L t R): DG Karin Gaffney, Club President Kathy McSweeney, Melanie Petrucci, Rashid Shaikh, John Ratcliffe, Cindy Gerante and Elizabeth Mattei. Absent for the induction was Jonjy Ananth who was inducted the following week.

Rotary Club of Westford

The Westford Rotary Club had the honor of inducting two new members at their meeting on Thursday July 27th. Welcome to Sue and Frances!

Rotary Club of
Acton Boxborough

Rotary Club of Acton Boxborough inducts a new member, Maureen Masciola. She is sponsored by Lee Anne Meidell and presented with a 4 way test wall plaque by President, Karen Rivero. 


This year’s Rotary theme, Rotary: Making a Difference, is ideal for guiding and inspiring our upcoming year together in Rotary.We will work together to discover new opportunities for service projects in each of our clubs’ communities.
Service leads to engagement and engagement leads to membership growth and satisfaction, all of which helps us tell our Rotary story and showcase the enormous impact our clubs have in their communities. We DO make a difference to so many!

Calling all submissions for website and eBulletins!

You've got lot's of great things going on in your Clubs and we want to let everyone know! Please read the guidelines for submitting your stories HERE

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Got a Great Service 
Project for District 7910?

In the spirit of service, which is both our mission and the focus of RI President Ian Riseley this year, we are soliciting ideas for district-wide service projects that can involve more than one hundred Rotarians. In particular, we are looking for projects that support Ian’s desire to protect the environment and curb climate change, which he views as essential to Rotary’s goal of sustainable service. Know where we can plant trees, remove invasive species, clean rivers, participate in town clean-up days, or run recycling programs to reduce waste? Have other ideas that can help protect our environment?

We are also open to other service project ideas that can involve many volunteers. Perhaps building a house with Habitat for Humanity, running a clothing or household goods drive, working at a food bank or pantry, or donating blankets to a shelter. We encourage partnering with other nonprofit organizations. The possibilities are endless!

Send your service ideas to Lynn Faust, District 7910 Service Chair, at We would like to collect all ideas by September 15, 2017.

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Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley

What do you do with a broken toaster or lamp? Or with a shirt or blouse with a seam that is ripped out? Toss it? No way! Bring them to the Bolton Repair Café. The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley, with help from Bolton Local, is hosting the next Bolton Repair Café on Saturday, Sep 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will be held in the cafeteria of the Florence Sawyer School, 100 Mechanic Street in Bolton. The school is located behind the Emerson School, which is on the same driveway/street.
Bring your items that need repair, and knowledgeable volunteers will help you try to fix them for free. The volunteers can work on items such as clean mendable clothing, lamps, small appliances, computers and other electronics, bikes, toys, and outdoor power equipment. They can also sharpen knives, scissors, and garden tools. You only pay for needed parts. If you know what parts are needed, please get them ahead of time and bring them to the Repair Café to save time.

For more information, contact Ray Pfau at 978-779-5545 or, or visit

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Rotary Club of Framingham


Rotary Club of Framingham serves meals to community members at the Pearl Street Cafe.

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Rotary Club of Watertown

The Rotary Club of Watertown coordinated with Operation American Soldier to pack over 100 care packages that will be sent to soldiers around the world. Joining in the packing were Rotarians, the Watertown high school robotics team, Watertown Junior Girl Scout Troop 68147 and American Soldier volunteers.

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Rotary Club of Wellesley

Pictured is Interact President Ana Natalia Epstein introducing the program to peer mentors in Dorchester. 

Wellesley Rotary Club Partners with its Interact Club to lead a program on Peer Leadership & Depression Prevention

A wellness resource for communities everywhere, the Peer Leadership & Depression Prevention project is delivered through Rotary and its Interact teen group. They normalize the conversation with art and video clips or by co-facilitating curricula either with content suitable for grade 7 and below or grade 8 and above. Interact teens prepare by completing the train-the-trainer program Communities beyond the United States have implemented the curriculum in Puerto Rico, India and Nigeria.

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Rotary Club of Clinton

Rotary Club of Clinton serves meals at a Clinton soup kitchen twice a month. 4 Rotarians prepare and serve the meals for 40-50 people in need that come to the Wheat Place in Clinton to eat dinner. The Rotary Club purchases, prepares, serves and cleans and has been doing this twice a month in Clinton for more than 10 years.

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Rotary Club of Milford 

Busy Day at the Milford Area Humanitarian Counsel Summer meals program as Representive Joseph Kennedy III stopped by to see the program in action at the Memorial School. Immediate Milford Club Past President and Meals Program Coordinator Mike Kaplan served as his host.

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