Posted by Joyce Graff on Mar 15, 2023
On Saturday, May 20, 2023, 12,000 Rotarians from 450 clubs across five states will be doing a wide variety  of  local  service projects in their communities.
We would like to see all the clubs in District 7910 participate in this Rotary Day of Service - from Brookline to Sturbridge and from the Connecticut border to the New Hampshire border. There's a lot of information and action items, so please click through to read/learn more. 
Clubs in the District are busy putting their plans together for the Rotary Day of Service May 20. The Fitchburg club met recently to discuss their plans to replace an aging sandbox in a public park in their town, and Fitchburg East has decided to join with them - planning, building, and planting. President Alexander Vera gathered an enthusiastic group, including Tracy Gagnon and Johnny Ahern (in the Day of Service tee shirts). Photo credit Danielle Ray/Sentinel & Enterprise. 
Has your club registered its project? If not, please do so quickly so that we can include you on the regional Day of Service website, opening soon! Click here to submit your project.
This multi-state collaborative is planning some powerful publicity - television, radio, billboards, and social media - to advertise every local p
roject and encourage members of the community to join in the fun and rewarding feelings of doing good together.
We are excited to participate in this regional event! We hope this additional publicity will help to raise the visibility of the good works that your Rotary club has been doing in your community - and will encourage other community members to join in the fun.
Club Projects: By mid March the DayOfService website will be ready to recruit community volunteers to add to your project.  Be sure your project is fully registered by the end of February so it will get maximum exposure.  To register your project, please complete the Club Project Submission Form TODAY
Banners: District Governor Victor Tom will provide one 3' x 6' vinyl banner for each club in the District.  Banners have been ordered for all clubs and your club President should have received a Google form submission email. To make any changes (e.g. to be sure it is spelled exactly right) please do so soon by completing this Day of Service Club Banner Order form.
Questions? Contact Joyce Graff, chair of our district's Rotary Day of Service Committee.