RECENT SPEAKER RECOMMENDATIONS

 

 

BOB MARTEL, Use the Power of Your Mind

Bob has spoken at the Rotary Clubs of Dedham, Hudson & Nashoba Valley.
 
 
Mind Magic: How to Use the Power of Your Mind For Wellness, Success, and Happiness
This 20 minute presentation will provide an introduction to the power of self hypnosis as a tool for changing habits, increasing confidence and esteem, and improving overall performance in academics, athletics and in business. Based on input from the group, a few minutes will be allocated to a relaxation technique that all in attendance will learn to master.
 Presenter: Robert Martel is a Board Certified Hypnotherapist and Principal Consultant at Positive Results Hypnosis located in Holden, MA. He is a veteran of the US Navy’s Submarine Service.
 
 

LAURA SPEAR, ROTARIAN

How to Get Your Rotary Groove Back: Tips for Being a Vibrant Club
The New Rotary Branding: Not Your Grandfather’s Wheel
Rotary Public Image: 15 Tips to Tout Your Club
 
Laura Spear
RC of Nashoba Valley
b:(978) 562-4521
 

PAUL HEMPHILL, AUTHOR & FAMILY COLLEGE ADVISOR

 
I cannot tell my students to “stand out” unless I do the 
same. Right?
 
Pertinent topic for parents of any college bound high school students. 

www.planningforcollege.net

paul@planningforcollege.net

(508) 520-6642

LEN SANDLER, AUTHOR

Len Sandler is the author of "See You on the High Ground" which tells the incredible story of Raynham's SFC Jared Monti, the first Medal of Honor recipient from MA since the Viet Nam war.  Details are on www.seeyouonthehighground.com.  Len would like to do a presentation of the story and conduct a book signing at any Rotary meeting in the District.  Thank you for your consideration.

Len Sandler
4 Greenbrier Drive
Westford, MA 01886
(978) 692-3411
sandlerdad@gmail.com

 

EXPERIENCED POLIO IMMUNIZER

Carl M. Good III, PhD.

560 Longley Road

Groton, MA  01450

978-273-7880

carlgood@yahoo.com

https://www.facebook.com/carl.good.50

 

Dr. Good is a Molecular Geneticist with studies in virology and disease detection who has been on Rotary Immunization Days in Bangladesh and Nigeria.  He can relate his experiences in the field as well as the latest on the Rotary polio immunization program.  Dr. Good is also polio chair for the district this year.

 

MOBILIZING ADULTS OVER AGE 55 TO STRENGTHEN ORGANIZATIONS

Karen J. Albert
SOAR 55 Volunteer Outreach Manager
Family ACCESS of Newton (formerly Newton Community Service Center)
492 Waltham Street
West Newton, MA 02465-1920
617-969-5906 x351
Fax: 617-964-3975
Office hours: Tues. Wed. & Thurs. 9:30-4:00
 
SOAR 55 (Service Opportunities After Reaching 55) is a volunteer-connector organization for adults aged 55 and over who would like to share their professional and experience-based skills with local public and nonprofit organizations that need help in Newton and Metro West. We offer a personalized, professional and unique approach to matching each individual with a rewarding and satisfying volunteer opportunity. SOAR 55 has more than 300 volunteers serving at 90 sites in assignments that range from tutoring children, mentoring college enrolled inmates, assuming leadership roles in nonprofit organizations, to management consulting.
 
SOAR 55 is part of a national network of RSVP volunteer agencies under the federal Umbrella of the Corporation for National & Community Service.

 

EASY WALKS IN MASSACHUSETTS

Marjorie Turner Hollman

508-883-3443
Personal Historian/Freelance Writer
Learn about Easy Walks in Massachusetts at
 
 
I’m the author of 2 local walking trails books, Easy Walks in Massachusetts, and More Easy Walks in Massachusetts.
The guides cover the following towns: Bellingham, Blackstone, Franklin, Medway, Milford, Millis, Uxbridge, Wrentham, and Woonsocket, RI, Ashland, Dover, Easton, Foxboro, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Mansfield, Medfield, Natick, Norfolk, Sharon, Sherborn, Walpole, Westborough.
 
I am presently lining up speaking dates for September and October, focused on enjoying fall foliage right around the corner from where we live. I have numerous slides of photos from locations in all these towns, and enjoy sharing them with groups, to encourage folks to look close to home for fall color.
 
Presentations are custom designed to be from 10 to 20 minutes or longer, if desired. My speaking fee is negotiable. When I speak I ask that my books be available for sale after the program.
 
Marjorie is based in Bellingham and is willing to travel within one hour from her home.
 

Make Each Day Count (A Motivational Speaker)

Tyke Crowley

www.makeeachdaycount.com

978-660-8130

Recommended by the Rotary Club of Littleton

 

RAY PFAU - REPAIR CAFE

Ray is employed by the Oracle Corporation.  Repair Cafes encourage sustainability, save people money and avoid people throwing things away and buying new ones.

Ray.Pfau@oracle.com

Recommended by the Rotary Club of Hudson

 

JEFF'S PLACE - Children's Bereavement Center Inc.

Jeff's Place facilitates healthy integration of loss for children, teens and their families by helping them feel connected with each other and less alone in their grief journey.

34 Deloss Street, 2nd floor, Framingham, MA 01702

508-879-2800

info@JeffsPlaceMetrowest.org

 

DAVE OSTROWSKY, author from Natick, MA who grew up in Newton

Dave's recent book is titled "Game Over or Game On? How Pro Athletes Leave Sports and Enjoy the Game of Life"

508-651-0897

Recommended by the Rotary Club of Concord

 

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****SPEAKERS WHO MADE PRESENTATIONS IN DISTRICT 7910**********

Speaker: Dan Shaughnessy, Sportswriter for the Boston Globe

​Subject: Sports in the printed media

Rotary Club Presentations To Date: Brookline & Newton (10/25/14)

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Speaker: Sajid Baseer Shaikh, Rotary Club of Lahore, Pakistan

​Subject: Polio in Pakistan

Rotary Club Presentations To Date: Hudson (10/7/14)

Details: Click here

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Speaker: Dan Fenn, former aide to JFK

​Subject: President John F. Kennedy

Rotary Club Presentations To Date:  Marlborough (10/9/14)

Details: Click here

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Speaker: Brad Stevens head coach of the Boston Celtics

​Subject: Basketball

Rotary Club Presentations To Date: Wellesley (10/21/14)

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Speaker: Joanie Mayhan

Subject: Paranormal: "Flying Monkeys, Clowns, Snakes and our other fears"​

Rotary Club Presentations To Date: Montachusett Area (10/30/14)

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Speaker: Lindsay Morand, great niece of E.B. White, who was author of "Charlotte's Web," and president of E.B. White Memorabilia Inc.

Subject: Life history of E.B. White

Rotary Club Presentations To Date: Montachusett Area (9/18/14); Fitchburg (9/23/14)

Contact: 978-697-7951; Lindsay@EBWhiteNiece.com.