Robert Mosher never seeks the spotlight and always delivers quality results collaboratively.  


This year, he has:   

  • chaired our Bristol Lodge Service Team as he has since his father, the founder, stepped down;  
  • WW Rotary has prepared and served dinner at Bristol Lodge once a month every year for more than 30 years. Rob manages all our volunteers and interacts with the MHSA leadership team.  
  • chaired our first-ever Christmas Tree and Wreath Sale;  
  • Rob created the partnership with the Weston Baptist Church to take over their long-standing Christmas Tree Sale and then directed and  managed all of the success of the incredible experience that delivered volunteer and fellowship opportunities despite COVID restrictions.  
  • chaired our scholarship selection team for 10+ years; 
  • Rob engages experienced and new members each year to evaluate and select scholarship applications.   
  • advised our Interact Club at Weston High School; 
  • Despite the pandemic, the Interact Club has been successful this year and its members have joined our volunteer efforts, notably with the Christmas Tree Sale and, now, our spring conservation team efforts.  
  • participated on our RYLA selection team;  
  • Rob was a part of the team that succeeded in selecting and recognizing 18 students with our local RYLA award and sending 10 (perhaps 12) students to the RYLA OLA.  
  • been an invaluable member of our Board and advisor to me throughout my year as president.  

Past President Mark Messina offered this additional, personal perspective:  

“Rob does soldier along quietly. Nothing flashy, just persistent and thorough thoughtfulness that helps keep the project moving forward while including and making available opportunities to anyone who may be interested in joining. I think it is special that he keeps the Bristol Lodge project his dad started with the club alive, and thriving. We haven’t missed a month ever, I think. It is always good to remind new members that his dad and mom were very active with our Rotary Club, and Rob honors their memory through this service.”