Rotary Club of Milford

Welcome to Milford
Club Information
Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:10 p.m.
Rail Trail Flatbread Company
223 Main St
Milford, MA 01757
United States of America
Meetings are the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 12:10 PM.
News & Stories
Home Page Stories
The Milford Rotary Club participates in the Rotary Youth Exchange Program for high school students.  Two programs are available, and students can apply to either program.  All Rotary Youth Exchange programs are run by volunteer Rotarians and comply with all U.S. State Dept. regulations. Rotary clubs generously subsidize the program making these exchanges an affordable option.
Short Term (Family-to-Family) Program – Participating students are matched with a student and family in another country. The U.S. student travels to the host country and stays with the host family for 3-4 weeks, immersing themselves in the host country’s language and culture. Then the U.S. student and their host sibling travel back to the United States and the foreign student stays with their U.S. family for a similar length of time. This exchange generally occurs during the summer. Over 20 countries are available to choose from.
Long Term (Academic Year) Program – Long term exchange students live with host families while attending high school in one of 40 participating countries for a full academic year.  Students become fluent in the local language, build lifelong friendships, and develop an in-depth understanding of the people, traditions, culture, food, and history of their host country -- a truly international education with benefits that last a lifetime.
What are you waiting for? A beautiful world awaits!
Want more information?  Check out our website:
Ready to Apply?  Contact us at:
Program chair Jane Schroeder came up with the idea to contact member Travis Romano to ask if Rotary could do a community service project by writing cards for residents at the assisted living facility at Blaire House and Travis was more willing to work with Jane to make magic happen. So Santa’s Elf, AKA Jane, arrived at Rotary today with a supply of beautiful greeting cards. 

Each Rotarian wrote a general (but still personal) Rotary holiday message to a resident and then the cards were passed around so each card could contain an individual  signature from all Rotarians present at the meeting. Great idea and follow through by Jane and great that Travis could help us pull the plan together and oversee the final distribution. See - there really is magic in the air during the holiday season!
(L:R) Rotarians Jane Schroeder, Travis Romano, Executive Director, Blaire House Assisted Living and current club president Al Holman hold up some of the Holiday Greeting Cards that were signed by club members at Tuesday's meeting (December 11, 2018).