Join Us
Join us to kickoff the 2017 Holiday Season at a behind-the-scenes tour of one of Boston's great gems, the historic Boston Public Library. After the tour, we will head a few blocks East to Maggiano's Little Italy for amazing Italian food!
 
When:             
Thursday, November 16, 2017    
 (SOLD OUT) 4:50pm-6pm Private Tour of the Boston Public Library starting at the Dartmouth Street entrance
 (REGISTRATION OPEN) 6:30pm-8:30pm  Dinner at Maggiano's Little Italy at 4 Columbus Avenue, Boston
Where: 
Our private tour of the Boston Public Library begins when we meet our guide in the McKim Vestibule at the Dartmouth Street entrance. 
 
Who:               
“Behind the scenes of Boston’s greatest gems” are social networking events are sponsored by the Rotary Club of Boston #7.                                                                This event is open to people with an interest in Boston Rotary: members, families, friends, guests, prospective members. 
 
Cost:               
$50.00 per person for the all-you-can-eat-dinner.
Register:         
To sign up and pay online, click on the event in the calendar listing for Nov. 16, 2017
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Rotarians helping Rotarians...please support United Sound's Julie Duty, the Executive Director of United Sound
and a Rotarian from the Mesa West Club in Arizona ! 
 
 
 
 
 
#RedCrossReady  Four Boston Rotarians attended Prevent & Prepare.  
L-R  Past President David Manzi, Past President Shiela Lally, Current President Lori Karas and Past President Susana Brown
 
Lori Karas is a Chapter Board Member of the Red Cross of Massachusetts and active member of The Women Who Care committee of the American Red Cross of Massachusetts, which annually organizes one of the largest networking events in the Commonwealth. In the tradition of founder, Clara Barton, the event was developed to help raise awareness and garner support for the critical programs provided by the American Red Cross of Massachusetts.
 
This year two individuals were honored who exemplify the mission of the American Red Cross. 
Dr. David R. King, a Mass General surgeon who used medical savvy from years at war to help victims of traumatic injury promotes the use of modern tourniquets, which, if used properly, are effective in stopping massive bleeding without loss of limbs. 
 
 
Joseph E. Finn, Boston Fire Commissioner and Chief of Department was introduced by Lauren Baker, First Lady of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Red Cross volunteer.  Commissioner Finn praised the American Red Cross for partnering with Boston Fire to install 1,000 smoke detectors for the elderly community. Early warning and early detection save lives from fast burning fires.
 
 
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What a great turn out for our last Summer Social of the season! We enjoyed tasty snacks and drinks, but, most of all, wonderful conversation with wonderful people! We can't wait for next time!
 
 
 
 
 
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