Rotary Club of Lynn, MA
 

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We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Old Tyme Restaurant
612 Boston St
Lynn, MA  01905
United States of America
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This short video shows a little bit of what Lynn Rotarian Captain Kevin Johnson and volunteers have been doing recently to assist Lynn families in need.
 
 
 
 
The following is reprinted from the Lynn Journal, with permission.
 
Service Above Self: Bill Reilly, Lynn Rotary Club Continues Their Impressive Work
by Cary Shuman • May 28, 2020 • 0 Comments
 
Rotary Club of Lynn President Bill Reilly hasn’t convened any in-person meetings since mid-March, but the members are still performing a high level of public service in the community – true to the organization’s motto: Service Above Self.  Story continues below.
 
Rotary Club President Bill Reilly prepares peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that are part of the lunches that are distributed at My Brother’s Table in Lynn.
Capt. Kevin Johnson, who runs the Salvation Army in Lynn, is really something special.   He only has 3 full time employees the rest are volunteers.  He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Lynn.
 
 
I recently sent the note below to members of the club.  If you are still looking for a local charity to share your stimulus funds the Salvation Army has an on-line Red Kettle  https://give.salvationarmy.org/team/295493 )
I hope all are well during this Coronavirus crisis.
 
Some of us may have received a direct deposit from the IRS from the recent stimulus package passed by congress of up to $1,200 or $2,400 if married.  The stimulus package was partially designed to assist those who may have lost employment due to the Coronavirus situation.  Those of us who are retired have not lost employment during this crisis.  If you are in this situation please consider the following:
 
I would like to suggest that for those who can afford to do so, they donate at least part of their stimulus to: a local charity, a Soup Kitchen, the Salvation Army, the Boys & Girls Club or their place of worship.  All these places have suffered a decrease in donations as a result of people being out of work, or not being able to hold religious services and they could use the financial help.
 
No pressure.
 
Thank you for your consideration.
 
Be safe,
 
President – Bill Reilly
 
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