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Welcome to our Club!

East Greenwich

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
New England Institute of Technology
One New England Tech Blvd.
Room 330
East Greenwich, RI  02818
United States
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Speakers
Warwick Rotary Club
Jul 28, 2017
Joint Meeting with Warwick Rotary
Dr. Jim Tracey
Aug 02, 2017
Rocky Hill School
Tour of New NEIT Dorms (No Lunch Provided)
Aug 09, 2017
Be the first to see the new facility!
Steve Certa, District Governor
Aug 16, 2017
Rotary District 2017-18
Bill Ten Eyck & Holly Favell Gray
Aug 23, 2017
NEIT Roteract and Cole INTERACT
Deb Tanner
Aug 30, 2017
Southern RI Volunteers
Martha Colamaria & Frances Jeffries
Sep 06, 2017
Literacy
Chris Butler, Executive Director
Sep 13, 2017
IN-Sight
Andy Erickson
Sep 20, 2017
Andy the World Traveler
Rev Paul Anderson with Muslim Cleric
Sep 28, 2017
Meeting Thurs September 28 Join Meeting with Warwick Club - ---Wed Sept 27 meeting. changed
SeaBee Museum Tour, Audrey & Bob Schwab
Oct 11, 2017
Seabees History
John Campanini, Technical advisor
Oct 18, 2017
Rhode Island Tree Council
Edessa Tour - Holly Gray
Nov 15, 2017
Tour of the Edessa Factory
 
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