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We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Mission On The Bay
141 Humphrey St
Swampscott, MA  01907
United States
Club Officers
President Elect
Sargent at Arms
Service Projects
Board Member/Speakers Program
Foundation Chair
Public Relations
Welcome New Member
Oct 26, 2016
Bulletin Two Columns
Jul 11, 2016
Membership News
Jun 15, 2016
Installation Dinner
Jun 15, 2016
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • R Thomas Belhumeur
    February 2
  • Doug Dubin
    February 17
  • Bryan Cousin
    February 19
Join Date:
  • Pam Angelakis
    February 8, 2016
    2 years
  • Rosylene Forgione
    February 8, 2016
    2 years
Recent Stories
L-R Rotarian Doug Dubin, 
Pictured L-R  Ms. Wilson, Rotarian Glenn Davids, Madeline and Mrs. Alice McDonald

Yesterday, at our Wednesday weekly meeting at Mission on the Bay, the Swampscott Rotary Club recognized Swampscott Middle School student Madeline McDonald with the Quest for Excellence Award.

Pictured L-R Rotarian Susan Bishop, Mission GM Matt Holbrook
Mission On the Bay general manager Matt Holbrook spoke to our club last week about his restaurant's plans for the summer.  Along with a new and revised menu for the rooftop deck they will be featuring live music from local bands.
pictured L-R: Mr. John Thomson, Mr. Brandon Lewis, Sophia, Mrs. Karen Thomson & Rotarian Glenn Davids

Sophia Thomson was introduced by her English teacher, Mr. Brandon Lewis at our weekly meeting last Wednesday at Mission on the Bay.  Joining us and Sophia were her parents, Mrs. Karen and Mr. John Thomson. 

L-R Peter Kane, Toyuwa Newton
Peter Kane visited rotary to discuss the town's new Rail Trail project.  
The town plans to convert abandoned railroad tracks into a community rail trail. 
Swampscott rotarians and Interacters volunteer at My Brother's Table.
L-R Matt, Harris, Danny, Jayme, Anita, Fran, Randall, Kenzie
L-R rotary president Toyuwa Newton, Stacy Phelan
Rotary hosted the principal of Hadley Elementary Stacy Phelan at lunch this past week.
L-R Dr. Buck Weaver, Heidi Whear, Toyuwa Newton
Dr. Buck Weaver was presented with a Paul Harris award, rotary's highest honor by past president Heidi Whear.
Thank you all who participated this weekend serving meals at My Brother's Table ☘️🍀
L-R Matt, Todd, Danny, Buck, MacKenzie, Ellen, Toyuwa
The Swampscott Rotary Club recognized Autumn Ryan from the Swampscott Middle School this week with our Quest for Excellence Award. 
 Autumn was introduced by her teacher, Ms. Michelle Capozzi, as a bright student who is also strong and resilient.  Autumn was accompanied also by her father, Mr. Leonard Ryan.   Congratulations, Autumn!
Pictured L-R Leonard Ryan, Autumn, Rotarian Dan Brothers, Ms. Michelle Capozz
This past week members of the Lynn rotary club joined Swampscott rotary for lunch at Mission On the Bay.
L-R Danielle Strauss, Toyuwa Newton Rotary President
Rotary was proud to host Swampscott Recreation Director, Danielle Strauss.
NuDay Syria is currently collecting items to send to Syria at the end of the month. Swampscott collection sites include First Church and Eastern Bank in Vinnin Sq.
L-R Milena Sarrette, Rotary president Toyuwa Newton, Ashley Smallwood
Bridgewell has a successful 25 year history of providing vocational opportunities for individuals with developmental and/or psychiatric disabilities. Employment Training and Education Services are provided at three locations in Lynn.
L-R Rotarians Dan Brothers & Marilyn Jarvis, ErinCalvo-Bacci of CB Stuffer
Once upon a time, there was a pizza shop in Medford. Using top quality ingredients, Carlo Bacci and his brother made a name for themselves with their hand-tossed pizzas, homemade sauce, and “to die for” calzones. Next door, Erin Calvo worked in a New Age shop. Carlo liked Erin and Erin liked Carlo. They were made for each other.
L-R Dr. Michael Stare, Toyuwa Newton Rotary President 
Dr. Michael Stare owner of Spectrum Fitness Consulting was our guest speaker for lunch this week.  Spectrum Fitness Consulting is more than just another fitness option. They were awarded Beverly’s Small Business of the Year, not just because of their results, but also because of their commitment to serving the community.
L-R Mark Shilo, Cubmaster Pack 55,  Susan Bishop rotarian
This past week the Swampscott Rotary club donated $1100 toward repairing the scout hut in Jackson Park.  The funds were raised by the local community at large through a Facebook fundraiser campaign.  
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