Celebrating our member, (third from left- blue shirt)  Dave Sampson’s new appointment as District Govenor!
WHAT'S HAPPENING
 
 
Members of the Rotary Club of Bourne Sandwich will once again be participating in the best Fall event on the Cape, Sandwich Fest!  Join us for this wonderful Sandwich tradition! Children's activities, a dj, local vendors, juried artisans, craftspeople, Beer & Wine Tent with all local food vendors including our Rotary Club cooking up and serving delicious hot dogs, hamburgers, and sausages, veggie burgers and chicken sandwiches to raise funds for the Club's Good Works fund.
 

Former Club President, Chris O’Brien welcoming incoming President, David J Sampson

🇺🇦 STAND WITH UKRAINE 🇺🇦
 
 💲   Contributions to the Disaster Relief Fund in support of Ukraine can be made here. All funds need to be received into the Disaster Response Fund by April 30, 2022 in order to qualify for use in support of the Ukrainian relief efforts. 
 
💻  On April 8, join the largest global digital rally to raise funds for refugees in Ukraine and around the world with Global Citizen.
 
👨🏽‍🍳 Or learn first hand and hear from World Central Kitchen and the #ChefsForUkraine: Stories from the Ground
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Bourne-Sandwich!

SERVICE ABOVE SELF

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Upper Cape Cod Technical High School
220 Sandwich Road
Canalside Dining Room
Bourne, MA 02532
United States of America
DID YOU KNOW?

Rotary clubs in District 6250 (Wisconsin and Minnesota, USA) have donated a mobile clinic to St. Clare Health Mission, a community organization in La Crosse, Wisconsin, that provides primary and specialty health care services at no cost for those without access to insurance.

Rotary President Jennifer Jones appeared on the stage at the star-studded Global Citizen Festival to announce an additional US$150 million pledge toward that end.

The detection of poliovirus, and even cases of polio, in places where it hasn’t been found for years has demonstrated once again that eradicating a human disease isn’t easy, especially in the final stages.In recent months, an unvaccinated man in the United States was paralyzed. In the