Upcoming Events
Prema Nagathan VP Enterprise Bank
Jan 19, 2022 7:30 AM
Fraud Prevention / Elder Financial Abuse
Nancy Barsamian / Mason Capital Partners
Feb 02, 2022 7:30 AM
How Conservative Investing Can Produce Superior Results
Susan Tordella
Feb 09, 2022 7:30 AM
MacDellar Sons of Grace k-8 Preparatory School in Ghana
Amy Tarlow-Lewis
Feb 16, 2022 7:30 AM
Good Shepherd Sheep Club
Dr. Jon Hogue
Mar 02, 2022 7:30 AM
North Star Family Services, Inc
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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
Mimicing the Rotary motto, Kirby said that LCTV’s motto is “Making a Difference Through Service.”  LCTC has worked with our Club for years, filming Rotary-sponsored Candidates’ Nights, town meetings, our annual Triathlon, and Rotary’s holiday events.   
COVID brought a huge number of changes and challenges for the LCTV team to handle.  They traditionally telecast dates, times, agendas and locations of all Town board meetings and elections, as well as other programming of interest.  With COVID’s  restrictions, LCTD had to handle many meetings of all types in an all-digital, remote, and in some cases interactive format. In 2020, when the Littleton Holiday Bazaar was canceled due to COVID, Kirby and his staff worked with our members to produce a Virtual Holiday Bazaar. 
Obviously public health has been a major issue for the past 2+ years.  LCTV has live coverage of emerging public health concerns about the pandemic.  Current information from the CDC, State Board of Health, and Governor’s office is updated daily.  Governor Baker’s daily broadcasts on COVID are rebroadcast during the day.
Kirby ended with a short PSA: LCTV is looking for local access contributors with content ideas, as well as people who are interested in learning about using the equipment in the studio.
The Annual Holiday Tree Lighting will once again be held at the Littleton Commons. Come and join us for this fun and festive event.
Chris Alphen spoke about "Sleep in Heavenly Peace" at the weekly club meeting. Sleep in Heavenly Peace is an American nonprofit 501 organization that builds and delivers beds to children who don't have beds to sleep in. Luke and Heidi Mickelson founded SHP in 2012 in Twin Falls, Idaho. As of November 2019, the organization has 200 chapters around the United States and has built over 35,000 beds. Find more at https://www.shpbeds.org
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.
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