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Chelmsford Rotary

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Radisson Heritage Hotel
10 Independence Drive
Chelmsford, MA  01824
United States
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Kim Trainor
Mar 06, 2017
Habitat for Humanity
RYLA 2016 Students
Mar 13, 2017
Experiences and Impact
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      The Chelmsford Rotary Club will sponsor 8 sophomores for the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference
to be held at Fitchburg State University from June 23rd through June 25th.  Applications are available in the
Main Office at Chelmsford High School.  They must be returned to the office by Friday March 3rd.  For more
information about the program, go to
      The Chelmsford High School/Chelmsford Rotary "Students of the Month" were recently named.  They include.
      The Chelmford High School/Chelmsford Rotary Club "Students of the Month" for December 2016 were announced recently.  They include Elizabeth Kearney, Rachael O'Connell,
Manjari Mishra, Jacob Kaminsky and Andrew Thayer. Michael Marchant was absent for the picture.
     Riley Higgins (Emerson), Sophia Haywood (Hawthorne), Sarah Benda (Whittier)
     Jason Shin (Whittier), Eric Miu (Emerson), and David Cote (Hawthorne)
  The Chelmsford Rotary Club served lunch at McFarlin Manor on Monday November 8, 2016.  They recently served lunch to residents of the Smith Street facility.
      The Chelmsford Rotary Club will once again offer an evening of comedy on Saturday November 5th at the Chelmsford Radisson Hotel and Suites.  However, the show will have a new twist.  At 8 p.m., a standup routine by David DiLorenzo will start the show.  Then, hypnotist Tommy Vee will be featured.  DiLorenzo's routines focus on everyday family life intuitions such as dieting, marriage, visiting Dunkin Donts etc.  He has performed throughout the New England region.
      Tommy Vee has entertained and hypnotized audience members in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.  For years, he successfully entertained graduating Chelmsford high school young men at their senior breakfast.
       As in the past, theme baskets will be raffled.  The hall will open at 7 p.m. for viewing.  Past baskets themes have included golf, breakfast, chocolate, scratch tickets, car wash, wine, books, etc. You do not have to be present to win.  The baskets will be on display at Enterprise Bank and Northern Bank in the weeks prior to the show.
        Tickets are $25 each. They are available from all club members or by contacting Al Thomas at 978-256-8772 or  There will be a cash bar and free snacks.  Proceeds from the event will fun club projects such as high school scholarships, meals for senior citizens, support for veterans, Winterfest, The Paul Center etc.
      Ed Bell, a representative of "Shelter Box" made a presentation at Monday's Rotary meeting.  Shelter Boc
prrovides disaster relief throughout the world in the form of boxes.  Each box is loaded with a tent, cooking utensils, blankets, etc., depending on the geographical area where they will be sent.  The Chelmsford Rotary
donated over $4,000, which paid for four of these boxes.
       The Chelmsford High School/Chelmsford Rotary Club "Students of the Month" fpr March spoke at the March 14th meeting of the Rotary Club.  They included Kendra Wynn (Emerson), Katherine Rigney (Hawthorne), Hernisha Radia ( Whittier), Samuel Weitzen (Whittier), Matthew Francisco (Emerson) and
Matthew Clancy (Hawthorne).
       The Rotary Club of Chelmsford has announced that it
  has awarded scholarships to this year's Rotary Youth
  Leadership Awards (RYLA) Conference to be held in June
  at Fitchburg State University.  The those selected from a
  pool of 53 applicants include - Lindsy Ambrosino, Sydney
  Baron, Milani Behera, Manjusha Chava, Kacey Corbett,
  Brendan Corcoran, McKenzie Leahy, Abhinav
  Muraleedaran, Seyla Phan, Manognya Sripathi, Brian
  Tong, and Cassandra West.  Selected as alternates were
  Jimmy Burrill, Owen Busser, Brianna Chan, Gabrielle Cruz,
  Kate McQuaide, and Erin Sousa.
       The chosen students will be among some 180
  Massachusetts high school sophomores from 46 eastern
  Massachusetts Rotary clubs.  The conference will feature
  many thought-provoking events including interactive
  Leadership Labs, exciting guest speakers, and     
  challenging mental and physical activities.  Topics include
  decision-making, critical thinking, communicating                   
  effectively, ethics and public service.
       To be selected, candidates needed to qualify by                      
  showing leadership potential and good citizenship
  characteristics, and showing a strong desire to attend
  and benefit from the conference.  In their individual
  interviews, they needed to stand out from other   
The annual Rotary Christmas concert of the Chelmsford
High School Music Department is featured in Rotary 80.
Additionally recent club activities and the presentation
 of the "Service Above Self" award to Regina Jackson,
the town's Veterans Agent, are highlighted.
Kim Trainor
Mar 06, 2017
Habitat for Humanity
RYLA 2016 Students
Mar 13, 2017
Experiences and Impact
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