Rotary Club of
Fall River
President's Message
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Welcome to our Club!

Fall River

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
White's of Westport
66 State Road
Westport, MA  02790
United States

(774) 627-1380
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Rotary Club of Fall River

Menu Includes: pancakes (blueberry, regular and chocolate chip) bacon, sausage, coffee, tea and juice
Sunday November 6, 2016
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Diman Vocational Technical H.S.
Adults $8.00 - Children under 10 $5.00
(proceeds benefit Rotary charities)

Buy your tickets online today.  Just click on the Pancake Breakfast tab. 
Or you can purchase tickets and donate them back. 
All donated tickets will be given to local social service agencies so that their clients might enjoy a morning out! 
                 Thank you for your generosity. 

The Mayor/Superintendent’s Attendance Task Force wishes to thank the over 250 community partners that participated in the first (and hopefully not last) High Five School Year Kick Off. The turnout today (9/7/16) was a true testimony of the “it takes a village” approach that Fall River uses in our positive youth development initiatives. Smiles were aplenty on both the arriving students and the high-fiving, caring adults. There were even appreciative parents who were bidding adieu as they dropped off their children.  

Here’s to a successful school year as together, we strive for every student to attend every day! 

(Click here to see video from several schools



Did you recently receive a rewards coupon from Bob's Store or Jockey or some other favorite retail location, but don't really need anything?  Don't let it expire, instead purchase some children's socks to help support our Happy Feet program.  Kids socks (generally sizes 9-3 and 3-9, although there may be some variation) will be collected on an ongoing basis and can be brought to any Thursday meeting.  White crew socks are preferred.  Bob's Store has sent me my free $10 birthday coupon and I will be stopping by before the end of the month to get socks before it expires.  What will you do with your retail rewards?

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Upcoming Events
Sep 29, 2016
Roger Cabral, Lisa Raiche, Carmen Aguilar
Visit to sister club in Morelia, Mexico
Oct 06, 2016
Tushar Kumar, MD
Radiologist Oncologist, SouthCoast Hospital Group
Oct 13, 2016
Julia Rayberg, Worthy Village
Building Pathways Out of Poverty in Guatemala: Stories of Empowerment.
Oct 27, 2016
Nov 03, 2016
Mark Rasmussen, President
Buzzards Bay Coalition
Nov 24, 2016
No meeting today
Dec 01, 2016
Dr. Michael Langworthy, SouthCoast Health
NASA and the Study of Aging
Dec 29, 2016
No meeting today
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