Join With District 7910 To Address Opioid Crisis: Together, we can make a difference
By Pat and Skip Doyle
- exercised in the silo of an agency or group, which creates duplication and turf issues where groups compete for the limited funding and resources available;
- not based on best, evidence-based strategies that yield intended outcomes;
- and, not adequately resourced given the scope of the problem.
- Revisit as many clubs as possible in the next few months.
- Help our clubs achieve the goals they set in July
- Do all we can to build membership in the district
- Plan a grand event to celebrate our Million Dollar Foundation Journey
- "Move the ball forward," in harmony, with District Governor-ElectKarin Gaffney, District Governor-Nominee Steve Sager and District Governor-Nominee-Designate Pamela Anastasi
- Celebrate all of this at our Multi-District Conference this April in in Providence
- Lucinda Ellert, Lowell
- Scott McCluskey, Shrewsbury
REMEMBERING OUR ROTARIANS
ROTARY MEANS BUSINESS
Next Networking Meeting on Tomorrow Night in Chelmsford
DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE, MARCH 15
Applications Sought for David and Eleanor Morley Endowed Global Grant Scholarship
To learn more about the Morley Scholarship, click here.
To download the Morley Scholarship flyer in PDF format, click here.
CLUB MEMBERSHIP GROWTH, ’16-‘17
DISTRICT & CLUB ROUNDS
In Support of Polish-Ukrainian Rotary project
By Roy Balfour
The Polish-Ukrainian Rotary project deals with rehabilitation in Poland of a group of 25 Ukrainian children who are 10 to 12 years old, plus three accompanying adults. The children belong to families who lost their parents in the war unleashed in the East of Ukraine. This project has been successfully going on for the last three Rotary years successfully, and its main financial burden was carried by Polish Rotary clubs.
Montachusett Area Sponsors New Interact Club
Gardner Speaker Promotes SAVE
Acton-Boxborough Changes Meeting Location to Rapscallion
Shrewsbury Welcomes Justin Mussler, Anna Chittim as Corporate Members
Southborough Expands Scholarship Program
The Rotary Club of Southborough has announced a second scholarship for high school students from Southborough. The winning student will receive $1,000 per year to help attend a four-year Massachusetts state college or university. Applicants will be judged on academic achievements and public service. Prior to this, Southborough Rotary was only able to help one student for four years. Thanks to stepped-up fundraising efforts and generous donations, the club is now able to expand its program. The new scholarship means the club doesn't have to wait for its current recipient to graduate in 2020, to award another scholarship.
Applications are due by April 10. The application forms areavailable at the Algonquin Regional High School’s Guidance Office, and by contacting Southborough Treasurer Carl Guyer firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shown, are several members of Southborough Rotary.
To learn more about Southborough Rotary, click here.
Bedford Gears Up for April Meal-Packing Event
Video Now Available: Governor Baker addresses district Rotarians