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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!

 

 

Once again its time for the Braintree Rotary Spelling Bee held at the South Shore Plaza,Oct,18th.

Please join us as this is a major fundraiser for the club to further help donate to the Braintree community.

 

 

Oct 7th Braintree Rotary prepared  meals for town seniors at the Braintree Senior Center, the event is known as the Beld Breakfast.Thank you to all who prepare the meals and supply the food.

 

Once again the Braintree Rotary Club presented to each 3rd grade student a dictionary and 5th grade student a thesaurus.

This project was started by club president at the time David Storlazzi several years ago and it has been a hit with the school system and the kids to.

Thank you to all rotary members who participated in this worthy cause.

 

 

 

 

 Providence Bruins  Rotary Night  will be held on November 7.  Please mark your calendars for this fun event.  Tickets are inexpensive and it is always a great time for all ages.  Please let me know if you are interested.

Thanks, Eric Mc Laughlin

 

 

 

 

 

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Chef Paul once again shows off his culinary talents as he prepares our MILLION Dollar meal.I love your apron!

 

 

The Braintree Rotary Club wishes to thank Past President Dr Robert Marsh for his  leadership of our club this past year.

Through his vision we once again delivered for our community helping those in need.

Our club now welcomes Eric McLaughlin as our new President wishing him a successful term.

 

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                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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