Upcoming Events
Kevin O'Connor
Oct 20, 2021
Littleton Lyceum
Nick Lawler
Nov 03, 2021
LELWD Updates
Abby Morgan
Nov 10, 2021
Nashoba Area Social Justice Alliance
Elizabeth Lowell
Nov 17, 2021
Cloud Forest School, Monteverde, Costa Rica
Prema Nagathan VP Enterprise Bank
Dec 01, 2021
Fraud Prevention / Elder Financial Abuse
Club Executives & Directors
President 2021-2022 (PE)
President 2022-2023 (VP)
Immediate Past President
Executive Secretary
Director at Large
Director at Large
RCC Chairperson
Foundation Chair
Membership Chair
Public Relations Chair
Sgt. at Arms
Polio Chair
Speaker Chair
Website Administrator
RYLA Chair
Interact Chair
Youth Chair
Projects Chair
Club Information
Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group of professionals who share your drive to give back.

Making a Difference Through Service

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
One Monarch Cafe
1 Monarch Drive
Littleton, MA 01460
United States of America
Littleton Rotary has returned to holding normal meetings at the cafeteria.
Club News
District Governor Clifford Rober addresses the Club at our weekly meeting and updated us on District news and events
Paul Dimarino, Director of IT at Shawmut Design and Construction, talked to the club about the need for increased vigilance of our personal data and the threats of identity theft and ransomware. 
Many thanks to the following sponsors of the Emergency Kit Project:
- Anthony's Coal Fired pizza for their continued generosity in providing nourishment to the volunteers. The pizza was, as always, delicious and appreciated by all.
- Cowley and associates for contributing decks of playing cards for the kits
- Aubuchon Hardware who gave a generous discount for flashlights 
- Dorothy Mulone of the school department for providing the space to assemble the kits and arranging for the scouts to participate
- The scout leaders who organized the event and helped with the assembly
- Alan Bell of the Rotary whose idea it was to develop the project
- Pat Natoli of Harvard public safety who contributed the emergency leaflets for each kit
- Our anonymous benefactor who contributed the containers for the kit components
- Judy Grande who led the Grant writing effort to District 7910
- Special thanks to all the scouts who made the kits possible 
We joined together to create a successful and meaningful project to provide for area Seniors and those at risk in cases of emergency. 
Scout troop 20 putting together Senior emergency kits for local residents. The kits will be distributed by the Council on Aging and the Community Corps. Thanks to District 7910 for a $1500 grant and to Enterprise Bank, Northern Bank and Friends of the Council on Aging for $500 grants for the project. The kits will provide safety and comfort for those in need in emergency situations. A successful collaboration between Rotary and the Office of Elder Affairs and Council on Aging.
Dave Barr, president of The Friends of Forge Pond talked to the club about the history of Lake Matawanakee / Forge Pond and the work the organization does to protect and improve the quality of the lake environment and ecology.
Michaele Morrow of Littleton spoke to the club about her experience finding the right career path for her and the different experiences she had had in her quest and the people she met who providing guidance along the way. Michaele has a PhD in accounting and has been a University professor and career counselor. 
Rotarian and Planning Board member Anna Hueston leading a discussion on the affordable housing situation in Littleton. Affordable was defined as costing less than 30% of income and Anna showed data that demand far outstrips supply. She discussed plans to address the issue.
Steve Hadden talked to the club about the National Alliance for Mental Illness Family to Family Program and how NAMI helps educate and advocate and support those people struggling to deal with the mental illness of a family member.  
District Governor Cliff Rober will be a guest at the Rotary Club of Littleton's weekly meeting on October 13 (Rescheduled from August 25).  
DG Cliff is a past president and a member of the Rotary Club of Bedford.
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