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Oct 05, 2022 7:30 AM
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Littleton

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
The club celebrated Millie McGovern's 94th birthday with invited guests from Police, Fire and Select Board members in attendance as well as members of Millie's family.
 
The club held it's weekly meeting at Il Forno restaurant and enjoyed lunch and a talk from Holly Steward, the president of the Friends of the Council on aging. Holly was joined by board members Barbara McRae and Joe Barry. 
 
Help save lives by taking this opportunity to donate blood and make a difference.
 
Phil and Susan representing Rotary at the Friday night LHS football game. A great group of volunteers were kept busy by the fans. Thanks to Nancy Morrison for inviting us to join the team. 
 
Liz Gagne spoke to the club about Angel Eye, a program at UMASS Memorial Hospital that keeps families connected to their babies when it is not possible to be with them in person. Families get to see their babies, receive information and training and increasing the chances of a positive outcome. Liz is pictured with club president Glen Hall. 
 
The Sleep in Heavenly Peace build-a-bed event was held on Saturday at Littleton Lumber. Chris Alphen, a Littleton Rotarian and President of the Middlesex chapter organized the event and the Rotary Club of Littleton is proud to be a sponsor. Under Chris's leadership the chapter has built more than 900 beds for children and lives it's motto of "No child sleeps on the floor in our town". The club thanks Chris and his team for their efforts. Chris is truly an example of Service Above Self.
 
 
 
 
APPLEMAN TRIATHLON 2022 WAS A BIG WINNER!
The Rotary Club of Littleton’s Appleman Triathlon, held on July 18, was a spectacular success.  We raised over $30,000!  Everyone who participated, including racers, volunteers, sponsors, and members of the Rotary Club – was a winner.  There were 292 entrants, supported by more than 125 volunteers and a lot of happy spectators.  Team Hoyt returned to continue the tradition of Dick Hoyt and his son Rick.  We had the pleasure of introducing family members of Al and Geri McConnell, former Littleton Rotarians and local heroes, to whom this year’s race was dedicated, to the crowd at the beach.
The Littleton Rotary wishes to thank our many sponsors for their generous donations, both financial and in-kind:
  • Platinum Sponsor: Workers Credit Union.  
  • Gold Sponsors:  Acton Toyota of Littleton, Badger Littleton & Groton Funeral Homes, Middlesex Savings Bank, Sanctuary Medicinals, The Point, The Littleton Police Association (Local #204), and the Vincent Couper Trust. 
  • Silver+ Sponsors:  Littleton Police Association (Local #20 and Vincent Couper Trust. 
  • Silver Sponsors: Acton Refrigeration, Inc., the Burroughs Fund, CK Bikes, Cowley Associates Real Estate, Dunkin’, Edward Jones Financial, Gore Foundation, Gould Law Offices, Harland Electric, Idylwyld Farms, Kimball Farm, Main Street Bank, Miller Automotive, Perkins & Ancil Law Offices, Seal Harbor Companies, and Small Water System Services (SWSS).
  • Bronze Sponsors:  Alpha Graphics, Digital Credit Union, Donelan’s Supermarkets, Enterprise Bank, Great Road Farm and Garden, Great Road Liquors, Walter Fey, CPA, the Littleton Fire Department, the Littleton Highway Department, Littleton Parks & Recreation, Ratta Corporation, Tavern in the Square, and WheelsTV.
With their support, each entrant into the Appleman received a “swag bag” full of useful items, every finisher received a medal, and every person who won first, second or third place in their race category took home a beautiful, etched bottle of maple syrup.  After entrants crossed the finish line they were treated to fresh apples, watermelon, and candy.
The Appleman Triathlon is the Rotary Club of Littleton’s largest annual fundraiser.  100% of the net proceeds raised through sponsorships, participant fees, and donations allow the Club to provide much needed goods and services to help individuals and non-profit organizations who depend on our help during difficult times.  Our club members and the members of the Rotary Club of Littleton’s Community Corps (RCC) will always look after the most vulnerable in our communities.
You should join us!  The Rotary Club of Littleton is looking for new members, men and women who have an hour a week to meet, help identify potential recipients of our funds, review new and on-going projects, listen to guest speakers from myriad non-profits, volunteer to work on projects, and increase our outreach to organizations that need our help.  Our Club members and the members of the Rotary Club of Littleton’s Community Corps (RCC) will always look after the most vulnerable in our communities.
To join the Club, or learn more about us, please feel free to contact Roger Hartley, our membership chairman, at rhartley42@gmail.com.  Interested prospects are invited to attend any of our regular weekly meetings, which start with coffee at 7:15 am and continue from 7:30-8:30.  The meetings are held on Wednesdays at Stevie’s Café in the rear of 1 Monarch Drive (off Taylor Street) in Littleton.
 
Millie McGovern, pictured with Chief Matt Pinard, is ready to roll for the first day of school in Littleton. 
 
District Governor Victor Tom joined us for our weekly meeting. He introduced himself and talked about his journey to Rotary and gave an update of District activities. He talked about his ideas on increasing membership and member engagement. He is pictured here with president Glen Hall.
 
Immediate past-president Lehel Reeves presents a check for $1,000 to Rotarian Gino Frattallone for the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Arizona where Gino visits often. The gift will provide meals for those who might otherwise go hungry.
 
Maria Nephew, AVP Virtual Banking Manager at Main Street Bank is pictured with club president Glen Hall. Maria gave the members of the club an overview of Main Street Bank's virtual banking services.
 
 
Incoming president Glen Hall presents outgoing president Lehel Reeves with a ceremonial bell in thanks for his service to the club.
 
Thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers for making the 2022 Appleman Triathlon a success. Thank you to the 292 participants who entered this year's event across the 4 categories. A great job by Dave Breeden and New England Timing to support the event and provide timely finish line results for the awards ceremony. With your help the Rotary Club of Littleton will be able to help those in need and the organizations that provide support and assistance to our most vulnerable citizens. Our sincere appreciation to all of you and to the lively and engaged spectators along the route and at the beach. We hope to see you all back again next year. 
 
 
LELWD Assistant General Manager Dave Ketchen and Operations Manager Patrick Laverty shown with outgoing president Lehel Reeves at the June 29th club meeting. Dave and Patrick spoke to the club about the Town's planned sewer system scheduled to start in the Spring of 2023 and the level of State funding expected to support the project.  
 
The Rotary Club of Littleton was at the June 3rd Thursday at Fay Park to provide information on club membership, the Community Corps and the upcoming Appleman Triathlon on July 17 at Long Lake.
 
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