Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland

Serving Weston and Wayland since 1950

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President 2018-2019 (PE)
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Membership Chair
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RYLA Chair
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To attend a dinner meeting or join the Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland, please call Bruce Lee at 781-290-8101.

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Welcome to our Club

Weston & Wayland: Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 6:15 PM
Weston Golf Club
275 Meadowbrook Road
Weston, MA  02493
United States
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The Rotary Youth Leadership Award

The Rotary Youth Leadership Award will recognize one sophomore each month from October through May of each academic year. Any sophomore can be nominated by any member of the school community, including teachers, coaches, administrators, advisors, students or community leaders.  Award winners will be selected based on their leadership potential or experience in keeping with the Rotary motto of “Service above Self.”   
Please submit your nomination using this simple Rotary Youth Leadership Award form. 
Monthly Nomination Deadlines: October 6th, November 7, December 7, January 8, February 7, March 7, April 6, May 7.
Celebration Dinners (tentative): October 26, November 30, December 21, January 25, March 1, March 29, April 26, May 24.


                Weston Antique Car Show               


The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland recently held its 23rd Annual Weston Antique and Classic Car Show. The show drew almost 300 cars and over 2400 attendees. The net proceeds went to benefit the Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland's Hector J. Osmond Scholarship Fund as well as other Rotary Community Service Projects.

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            What is Rotary?           

Rotary club members are business and professional leaders who volunteer in their communities and promote world understanding and peace. Rotary's 31,000 clubs in more than 165 countries and regions encourage high ethical standards and carry out humanitarian projects to address such issues as poverty, health, hunger, education and the environment.

   Through more than US$95 million in Rotary Foundation grants each year, Rotary clubs support community projects at home and abroad. Known as the world's largest private provider of international education scholarships, The Rotary Foundation funds more than 1,000 students overseas and act as cultural ambassadors. Rotary also partners with eight prestigious universities around the globe to educate mid career professionals in peace and conflict resolution.

   Polio Plus is Rotary's flagship program. Rotary club members have contributed over US$800 million and countless volunteer hours to help immunize over two billion children against polio.

   Founded in Chicago in 1905 as the world's first volunteer service organization, Rotary quickly expanded around the globe. Clubs meet weekly for fellowship to dicuss local and global topics. Clubs are nonreligious, nongovernmental and open to every race, culture and creed. 

   Locally, the Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland has been active in community service projects such as the Weston Town Common Steps and Walkway project, supporting Bristol Lodge in Waltham and more. The Rotary Club provides scholarships to high school students in Wayland and Weston which are funded by the net proceeds from the Weston Antique and Classic Car Show held each year on the Weston Town Hall Road.

   Join us as we work to make the world and our communities a better place!  To get started, Click here to access our signup form or call Bruce Lee at 781-290-8101, or join us at our weekly meeting at the Weston Golf Club, each Thursday at 6:15pm.  RSVP to Mr. Lee would be greatly appreciated.


Rotary Service Tracker:
Starting in 2017, Rotary Clubs around the world will track the impact of members and friends through the number of hours contributed to community service initiatives. 
Please click here to complete the "Rotary Service Tracker" for your recent generous contributions of your time and talent. 
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Sarah Goldstein is inducted into RCWW

Sarah Goldstein is inducted into the Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland.
Welcome Sarah!