Meaghan, a freshman at English, heard about RYLA from her guidance counselor and while she didn’t have a clue what it was all about, when she heard she might learn some leadership skills, she was all for it. Evelyn, the lone Classical student to attend RYLA thanks to the generous financial support she received from the Ipswich Rotary Club, found herself in a quandary.
“I think I can speak for all our Rotarians when I say we were in awe as to how brave these students and their families were to make the decision they made to leave their homeland,” remarked President Ray Bastarache. “The horrors they have seen at such young ages…”
- 24 custom ads in print newspapers directing people to join their local clubs including 1 in the Boston Saturday Globe
- Color ad highlighting food insecurity in our communities and directing people to join Rotary and the Homelessness and Hunger Initiative in the Sunday Globe North
- 2 targeted campaigns on Facebook and Twitter highlighting women in Rotary , networking and young professionals
- 4 additional Facebook targeted campaigns highlighting the family of Rotary, membership opportunities, youth programs and the upcoming Red Sox event on July 8th
Justyn N. is heading to George Washington University where she will pursue her passion for political science. During her career at Marblehead High School, Justyn showed an early interest for politics by being both the class president and member of the student government for all of her four years. Overcoming some challenges with dyslexia, she excelled in English and won the Excellence in English award in 2016.
Our Fenway Family for the evening will be international with visitors from across the Pond. The Ipswich Rotary Club is hosting Rotarians and Family from Ipswich England
Take all your field, Fan and selfies from Section 90.
With Rotary’s help, the shelves were stocked a few weeks ago and the new food pantry is open for business. The Open Door will serve Ipswich residents on Tuesdays, from 11 am – 5 pm and Thursdays from 11 am – 7 pm.
At the 1917 Rotary Convention in Atlanta, Rotary president Arch Klumph shared his dream to create a Rotary endowment fund. In 2017, we will celebrate the centennial of The Rotary Foundation and the good works completed by Rotarians over the last 100 years — because one man dared to dream.
Join us in Atlanta! Register and pay today, as this special price is good for only a limited time until June 6 — at riconvention.org.
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Never been to a Chinese Auction? The concept is simple, a night of food, raffles, auctions, fun, and fellowship! A small entry fee of $15 enters you into a door prize of an iPad Mini and all-you-can-eat Chinese cuisine!
New auction and raffle items are being added daily! Red Sox tickets, bottles of wine, a boat owner's survival kit, a lemon lovers basket, as well as gift cards to numerous North Shore restaurants!
- Bob Arsenault – Quarter Master - Ipswich
- Ray Bastrache – Patient Transporter - Lynn
- Bill Beckman – Ward Coordinator – Beverly
- Juan Gallego – Sterilizer - Chelsea
- Barbara Hoelfich – Recreation Therapist – Cambridge
- Stephanie Johnson – Medical Records – Peabody
- Jeffrey Newman – Photo Journalist – Melrose
- Rotaplast assigned – Nancy Faletta – PACU assistant – San Francisco
For a $10.00 entry fee, enjoy delicious foods and beverages under the tents at the green, "all you can eat"... This event run by Lynnfield Rotary will generate enough funds to feed guests at the Haven from Hunger in Peabody, MA. The Lynnfield Club pays for and serves dinner once a month at the Haven. Come enjoy a delicious evening outdoors while supporting the Haven from Hunger!