SERVICE ABOVE SELF          Our Club meetings begin on Fridays at 12:15 PM
Lunch starts at noon at the
Hilton Garden Inn                                       
No meeting May 27th - Enjoy the Memorial Day Weekend.      
5 Wheeler Road                                                             
Burlington, MA, 01803                                         
The June 17th meeting will be our Scholarship Luncheon.
 
                                                                                                                    
 

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Below you will find photos and descriptions of recent club events. 

To see what we've done in previous years, CLICK HERE

Check the CALENDAR for future events.


 

 

"I AM BURLINGTON ROTARY" VIDEO

MULCHING

To view the video "I am Burlington Rotary", taken on April 4, 2013 at our club's annual Spring cleanup of the shrub beds at Burlingon's elderly housing facilities, click on the link below. Use your browser's "back button" to return to this page.

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO

 

 
PICNIC MEETING
May 20, 2016
Our Meeting on this day was held on the Burlington Common where we gathered on the benches at the fountain
and resting area our club donated to the Town of Burlington in June 2008. We enjoyed boxed picnic lunches on  
a beautiful sunny day. We are shown here gathered around the marker placed here at the 2008 dedication.        
 

 
FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE FIGHTS
April 1, 2016
This year's fund raising event was another success for our club. There was a delicious meal enjoyed by the   
attendees followed by 18 three round boxing matches between pugilists from many boxing clubs in the area.
 
Announcers on stage kept the audience informed about the boxers and their clubs.
 
Two lovely ring girls displayed announcements from many businesses which had purchased advertising.
 
 

 
FRIENDS FOREVER
February 26, 2016
       At this meeting Club President Cheryl Stanton presented a contribution check from our club to Courtney Robinson,          
a staff member of Friends Forever, an organization whose mission is to have young people from both sides of the      
fences in Northern Ireland and Israel get to know each other.  They then spend a week visiting the United States to    
experience first hand how people from varied backgrounds get along with each other well in the USA.                                                                                                                                                                      
 
 

 
NEW MEMBER INDUCTION
February 12, 2016
At today's lunch meeting a new member, Joe Capua, was formally inducted into our club. He is shown above
surrounded by club President Cheryl Stanton and Membership Chairman Roger Bell.                                             
 
 

 
HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS ENTERTAINS OUR CLUB
December 11, 2015
The Burlington High School Chorus led by choral director Johnathan Grainger (front left) continued their long standing
tradition of entertaining us with holiday songs near the end of each year. After singing a number of entertaining songs
they passed out song sheets to club members and guests and let us sing several more along with them.                        
 

 
SOCKS FOR VETERANS
December 4, 2015
The Burlington High School Interact Rotarians hold a "Sock Drive" each year for veterans at the Bedford Veterans      
Administration Hospital. Show above are Interact Club President Caroline Covino (2nd from left) with three members
  holding some of the white athletic socks donated by our club's members at today's meeting. Last year the Interact     
Club's Sock Drive collected over 500 pairs of socks for our veterans and they hope to do even better this year.            
   
 

 
THANKSGIVING FOOD DISTRIBUTION
November 23, 2015
Rotarians and helpers picking up boxes of turkeys which were being stored in the freezers at Shaws Market in         
Burlington. The Turkeys came from the Boston Food Bank and had been picked up from there by club members         
earlier in the week and transported to Shaws for storage. The turkeys were taken to the UCC church in Burlington    
where the Burlington Food Pantry workers, Church staff and Rotarians held their annual Thanksgiving meal food       
distribution to over 150 needy Burlington families.                                                                                                                             
                                                                                                                          
    
 This is the first group of Rotarians who arrived at the beginning of the afternoon food distribution. The young man is      
the grandson of a member.  He pitched in and quickly learned the meaning of the Rotary motto "Service Above Self".  
Two Rotarians are holding 15 pound frozen turkeys which were given to families who had registered for the event.       
 
    Soon after the first Rotarians arrived at the UCC Church more joined them to help for the rest of the afternoon. The       
Women Rotarians helped the food recipients pick up and bag the Thanksgiving dinner foods they received while the 
Rotarian men performed "bag boy" duties, helping recipients carry  their turkeys and bags of food to their cars.       
 
POSTSCRIPT
December 4, 2015
       
At our December 4th meeting the young lad who tirelessly helped people carry their turkeys and bags of food to
their cars was recognized and awarded a Rotary pin he is pointing to above. Standing behind him are (l-r) Club   
members Roger Bell and John Tuccinardi and Club President Cheryl Stanton.                                                                
 

 
FOR EARLIER PHOTOS AND STORIES
Visit the annual Photo Albums
going as far back as 2003.
 
Links to them are on the upper
left side of this page.