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Welcome to Braintree Rotary Club!

Braintree

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
F X Granite Grill
703 Granite St
Braintree, MA  02184
United States
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District 7950
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Rotary Club of Braintree Massachusetts Inc.
P.O. Box 850082
Braintree, MA 02185
 
               

 
Build Friendships and Connections
That Will Last A Lifetime
 
 
 
 

The Rotary Club of Braintree meets weekly at the Granite Grill FX 703 Granite St , Braintree,Thursday, 12:15

 

 

 



 Braintree Rotary Club

Welcomes You!

 

If you have ever wondered what we're about, ask a Rotarian to bring you to lunch.

We will take it from there!

 

 

 

Another Rotary Club annual outing is in the books as we had a fantastic time once more at Ginny Polio's compound. For those that attended they  surely enjoyed the evening with upon bar, hot dogs and hamburgers and the entree steak or lobster. A special thanks to Bob Caruso, Jack Ryan, Joe Polsinello,Peter Kurzberg and of course Ginny Polio.

 

 

Braintree Rotary Club celebrates the installation of our new President for 2015-2016 Mike Clancy. It was an honor for sure to have his dad past governor of Rotary to administer the oath of office to his son Michael. A special evening for the Clancy family.

Congratulations!

 

President Clancy delivers his acceptance speech insuring that he will lead our club into the future with positive ideas and hopefully to instill participation among our members with our goal to support our local community while having fun.

 

 

To all our Veterans past and present we offer our gratitude for all you have done to make our country safe and secure allowing us to live in a free country.

Braintree Rotary Club salutes you!

 

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  • Wow! What a success!

  • Braintree Rotary Club held it's annual golf tournament and it was fun for all who attended this years event. Thank you to our incoming President Mike Clancy for all that he did in making this a success and to those who donated and supported our fund raiser. Special thanks to Michael Welch and Welch Healthcare Group for once again being the tournament sponsor.

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  • Thursday, June 18th: The Annual Installation of Officers and Directors for the Rotary 2015-2016 year will take place from 6:00 – 10:00 at the Neighborhood Club of Quincy. NO LUNCH MEETING THAT DAY. Invitations coming soon.

 
 
 

Braintree Rotary Club once again pays tribute to our Veterans celebrated  with lunch and friendship. We should never forget those who served to protect our rights and freedoms to live as Americans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Please visit out Club News page as updates to coming events are posted there.

 

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Braintree Rotary Club encourages you to approach a member, inviting you to lunch. 

See if we are the club for you !

 

 

  

 

 

 

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  The French's Common Project

 

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Braintree Rotary Club/ Blue Hill's Regional School

Refurbish French's Common Entrance

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