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Biddeford Saco Rotary Club Members, 8/9/2020


We hope you are doing well!


At the August 6, 2020 club’s COVID-19 Subcommittee meeting it was decided that the Subcommittee should send the Club a letter updating everyone about what the subcommittee has been doing. This will be short and hopefully a sweet letter.


To begin, Thank You for all your time. You are a volunteer and the Club THANKS YOU for doing what you can.


The update: The COVID-19 Subcommittee has been trying to wisely share the funds we have with appropriate organizations in need. Groups that use the additional funding for their clients, to help people truly in need, mainly kids, the elderly and our veterans. We are also doing what we can to support small businesses with unforeseen expenses brought on by this pandemic by buying locally whenever possible.


Our Rotary Club has given us $6,045 since this March to spend. 


This is what we have done so far with the funds:

  1. Sent grocery store gift cards to the cities of Saco, Biddeford, and OOB for emergency food aid

  2. Provided hand sanitizer and cloth face masks to a veterans home

  3. Allocated funding to Apex Youth Connection to address food insecurity

  4. Contributed funds to Seeds of Hope, a local resource center for the unemployed

  5. Donated to Vet 2 Vet Maine, an organization dedicated to offering companionship and services to veterans

  6. Contributed funds to the Amman Cosmopolitan Rotary Club in Jordan to provide emergency food aid

  7. Provided supplemental funding to a program in Saco dedicated to feeding seniors

In addition we:

  1. Organized a Club food drive

  2. Submitted a grant proposal (which we did not get) and,

  3. Just recently we received a donation of 36 16 oz hand sanitizer bottles, made locally, each of which will proudly display the Club's logo. We are planning to distribute these to local businesses.

At the last meeting we discussed what should be done with the remaining funds. All in attendance felt that an increased focus should be placed on addressing food insecurity in our communities. An idea that was discussed was writing simple how-to educational guides about small space farming and teaching children how to grow vegetables. We added this to our Rotary grant as well as a way to create long lasting influence.


When this Subcommittee started there were approximately 16 active members. Presently that number is about 7 people (and understandably so). This letter has two purposes:

  1. Updating you on what we've done to date and

  2. I am hoping to re-spark your interest in helping our Club and Subcommittee work through this crazy COVID-19 time.

We will need help in so many ways. Here are a few areas to consider:

  1. Writing training/educational materials about growing food (anyone with gardening skills?)

  2. Going to locations to distribute food

  3. Painting a food pantry kitchen (August 15th & August 22nd) and

  4. Anything in our community where Rotarians can make a positive impact

We know that as Rotarians we all want to help others and as was stated earlier we are also volunteers. The Club and Subcommittee are trying to find ways that you can make every effort you choose to volunteer for, be of value to you and those we are trying to help.


Several of you have expressed your willingness to help but have scheduling conflicts. There are many things that often can be done that help likeminded people, pull off some pretty amazing things that benefit so many.


Whatever it is that motivates you to volunteer during these times, is of interest to us. Whatever time you have to volunteer, please call us. Every little bit of time helps someone, somewhere. Please check in with us to see how you can help!




COVID-19 Subcommittee


Conrad Welzel, Subcommittee Chair

E: cwelzel2017@gmail.com | P: 831-5832


Kaitlin Tito, Subcommittee Co-Chair

E: kaitlin.tito@nemoves.com | P: 590-8474

Attendance:  Sue, Brian, Conrad, Paul, Joe, Roland, Heather G., Lawrence, Kristen, Bill, CJ, Mark, Kathy, Heather M., Marty, Bill K, Jim L., Don, Joe M., Kaitlin.
President Don welcomed everyone.
Pledge of Allegiance
Joe B. with invocation.
Joe M. – 4-way test
  • BLOOD DRIVE September 28th Please standby for updates ASAP. Looking for three volunteers, Sue, Marty have volunteered thus far. Please consider donating blood for this very important cause.
  • GUEST Jill Eddie, Welcome from the Bideford England Club.
  • CONGRETIONAL CHURCH Painting Project: Saturday is painting. Please try to come out and help at the congregational church. Walk around the back side of the church of the left-hand side. All supplies will be provided. We just need some manpower to help.
  • VENMO Account - @Treasurer-BSRC Please send fines, dues or happy dollars to either the VENMOE acct. with a note as to what the funds are for, or to our PO Box 298, Saco, ME 04072
  • Golf Update – Expenses $955 31  Sponsors $ 8831.33  Donation Jars Collected $1,110. Don thanked everyone for their part in making this event a success.
  • GIFT CERTIFICATES – The cards will be divided up and given to the participating mini golf sponsors to go with their thank you cards.
  • Chamber Everts – Climate change guest speaker tomorrow morning Zoom Event. Tomorrow at 5:00 two new businesses opening at 160 Main Street Biddeford.
  • BY-LAWS – A new version will be sent out to the board and will be discussed at the board meeting. Bill Kany has been working on the updates. Thank you, Bill.
  • ROTARY HATS & SHIRTS – Don suggested we place a group order will save us on shipping. Please email Don if you’re interested in ordering some Rotary.
  • Justin Chenette. – Has backed out of his race for Senator because he is running for Secretary of State.
Joe Sargent at Arms
  • Joe – $5 Happy Birthday Dollars
  • Brian – Fined for speaking out of term
  • Conrad – Happy dollars for his granddaughters visiting last weekend and for their quick wit
  • Brian D – Closed on a new boat in Naples
  •  Don – Happy about the golf tournament. It’s OVER!
  • Bill - $5 for visiting children from FL who think our weather is COLD.
  • Jill E. – She announced that her son is coming down to visit – they haven’t seen one another since Christmas.
  • Joe - $5 mini golf dollars for the event
  • Don – for president
  • Marty – For the promotion of his show
  • Brian – For promoting Marty’s show
  • Roland - $1 for your backgrounds
  • Jim L – Chamber promotions
  • Bill K – You’re here again. That’s a dollar
Meeting adjourned at 12:53
Start signing on at 12:00 PM.  Meeting starts at 12:15 PM.
Hi All
I’ve received a number of responses back from the survey Julie sent out regarding in person meetings or Zoom meetings. The opinion of members leans slightly to continue the Zoom meetings. Although the governor has begun to loosen regulations in the state the data indicates the number of cases has increased and I suspect as vacationers come back to Maine the numbers will increase. Unless anyone strongly objects I suggest we continue Zoom meetings until after Labor Day. 
President Don
Don Pilon
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  • Subcommittee attendance may be improved by holding meetings less frequently
  • A survey will be drafted by Kaitlin to evaluate members' scheduling needs
  • Conrad will distribute the survey to members with a letter
  • One option might be monthly Zoom meetings with email communication in between
  • Things will only become more complicated as schools re-open - efficiency is important
  • The next subcommittee meeting will take place on 8/20/20
  • Every teacher will receive 2 masks (high risk positions will receive shields as well)
  • New guidance states that all children 5 or older must wear masks
  • A hybrid plan is expected for high school students, K-8 planning for everyday in-person learning
  • New ventilation is being installed and student temperatures will be taken upon arrival
  • We will look into pricing for child and adult sized Rotary branded masks
  • The above information is related to Biddeford schools only - we are looking into Saco and OOB plans and procedures and will report back
  • Food insecurity is likely to continue to be an issue in the coming months
  • We may wish to prioritize food assistance over PPE, with a focus on sustainability
  • An educational program can be developed during the winter months, and seeds/plants donated in the spring
  • The subcommittee could also assist with distributing food in less mobile communities - tap into existing infrastructure
  • Paulette talking to Sandy regarding plan for fall food assistance program
  • Conrad will check in with OOB and Don will check in with Saco
  • Conrad received 36 bottles of hand sanitizer for main street businesses
  • A request for an update regarding stickers has been sent - if no response then Brenda can order some
  • Apex Youth Connection received the $500 check for food assistance
  • If any Rotary Club members have experience with gardening, Brenda will work with them to put together literature
  • The school board will have more information regarding the school year after their meeting on Tuesday
Thank you,
Provided by:
Rotary Club of
The Biddeford Saco Rotary Club now accepts Venmo! You can pay your dues, the golf fundraiser, fines & happy dollars, foundation giving or anything else you’d like to pay directly to our bank account.  
If you don’t have Venmo, please download the app and set up an account. It’s very easy. And it’s especially helpful that you can pay with your phone while we don’t meet in person. 
Please send payments to @Treasurer-BSRC and put a note with your name (if it’s not identifiable) and what you’re sending money for. I can also try to answer questions if you respond to this email. 
Thanks all and be well.

Thank you for your support!


Dear Conrad Welzel

Vet2Vet ME’s volunteers say thank you to our awesome donors in this short video.
Your contributions are making a difference in veterans’ lives.


Thank you.
Sue Gold

Susan Dudley Gold
Executive Director, Vet to Vet Maine

PO Box 1205
Biddeford, ME 04005
(207) 579-9204 (c) 

Hi everyone,
Here are the minutes from yesterday's meeting:
  • Interest seems to be waning - less frequent meetings may be better attended
  • We will reach out to earlier members in effort to increase participation
  • Subcommittee business can also be conducted via email when necessary
  • Next week's meeting is cancelled due to schedule conflicts
  • Meetings to resume on August 6, 2020
  • Brian will look into suppliers for thermometers
  • If thermometers can be sourced in adequate numbers, they will be donated to 3 school districts
  • Each school district to receive 6 thermometers
  • Conrad still working on sourcing the hand sanitizer for main street small businesses
  • Alicia should have an update on the labels within the next day or two
  • Melissa provided an update on the needs of the community - food continues to be an issue
  • Culturally appropriate (halal) food not readily available at food bank
  • Apex currently spending approximately $80-100 a week on supplemental food for area families
  • Conrad proposed donating $500 to Apex to be used for purchasing halal food until the end of summer
  • Motion seconded by Kaitlin, Brian also in favor (unanimous as only 4 members in attendance)
Have a great weekend!
Thank you,
Welcome-Don Pilon
Meeting called to order at 12:19pm
Pledge of Allegiance
4-Way Test-Conrad
No visiting Rotarianns or Guests
Don; The Portland Sunrise Rotary Club has invited our club to participate in a Global Grant in Abuja, Nigeria. The grant is to assist with Covid-19 response in Nigeria with the National Hospital in Abuja, the Capital of Nigeria. I've given the grant proposal to Roland to review and report back to me and the board. Also, the Global Grant contact at the Portland Sunrise Rotary Club is available to answer any of our questions.
Conrad; Covid-19 meeting Thursday @ 3:00 online
                         Sign-up sheet is online to paint the ceiling of the Second Congregational Church located on Crescent Street in Biddeford or Contact Conrad for more information
Don; Bath Rotary Club is holding it's 29th Annual golf tournament at Bath CC. September 29th. Contact Brigit Cavanaugh at, 841-3141 to play or enter a foursome.
Marty: Working with the American Red Cross to host a Blood Drive in September. Rotary volunteers will be needed
Sargent of Arms-Joe Morsehead
 The following had Happy Dollars and/or received Fines; Paulette, Bill Kany(actually was in attendance) Conrad(HD) Jim Godbout, Pierre', Sue G, Heather Mc, Haley, Roland & Don
Guest Speaker; Briana Campbell, owner of Time & Tide, 35 Main Street, Biddeford. Married to John originally from Brooklyn, NY. john has 20+ years in the coffee industry. Briana and her family have vacationed in Saco for many years and a few years ago Briana and John were walking around in Biddeford and Saco and were intrigued by the resurgence in the mill district. They inquired what incentives would be available to them if they were to open a business locally. They purchased a roaster to blend various kinds of coffee which is located in Mill Building 10 and have Time & Tide coffee shop on Main Street in Biddeford. Marty likes their lemon cake.
Mini-Golf for Good Fundraiser-August 8th & 9th.
We will be at; Schooners, Ocean Park Road, Saco
                        Pirates Cove, Old Orchard Beach
                        Raptor Falls, Route 1, Arundel
We need volunteers to be present at these locations and to sell 50/50 raffle tickets. Please go online and sign up for a few hours at a location Please.
Meeting was adjourned at 1:15pm
Good news!  The ACEs Master-Trainer program your Rotary Club has helped to fund will launch in September.  I’m grateful for your contributions.  
I want to be sure that your Club is aware applications are still open, and I hope Rotarians will submit names of community members who could be champions and trainers.  Full information below, please share with your members, and thank you again for supporting the Rotary Recovery Initiatives and funding the Master-Trainer launch.
Donors (so far!) have included the Rotary 7780 District Recovery Fund, and the Rotary Clubs of Biddeford-Saco, Dover, Exeter, Kennebunk, Portsmouth, Rochester, and York.  These contributions were matched by non-Rotary donors to fund the $60,000 in launch costs.   Thirty people will be trained in York, Strafford and Rockingham Counties.
Many thanks to all of you, and very best wishes to stay safe and healthy and improve the chances for others to do so as well.
Dave Underhill
Dear Friends of Pinetree:

I could not be more pleased to share the news that our three-year Master Trainer Initiative is moving forward! Not quite as planned prior to Covid-19, but we will not let that stop our important work - it's needed now more than ever.
Dr. Rob Anda and Laura Porter of ACE Interface, two of the leading voices in ACEs awareness and trauma responsiveness, will conduct intensive virtual training sessions for a cohort of 30 Master Trainers. With  support from Pinetree, these Master Trainers will reach thousands of community members. The impact of this initiative will be transformative.
Initially planned for two full days of training at the Pinetree Learning Center on September 17th and 18th, the program has been re-designed for a virtual format. To ward off "Zoom Burnout," the trainings will take place online in five-hour sessions over three days: September 17, 18, and 25th. To enhance cohort camaraderie-building, an additional two-hour orientation will take place the week prior, on September 10.

Applications and nominations are OPEN until August 10th to be considered for this rare opportunity to work directly with two of the most prominent leaders in this field. We will fill our cohort with roughly 10 participants from Rockingham, Strafford, and York counties with strong community connections in every sector, including education, health care, recovery, business, and law enforcement. You can find more information about this initiative and Master Trainer requirements here.

In the meantime, and along the lines of what leaders can do in their communities to make an impact, please enjoy this short video of Dr. Christina Bethel. This video, the second in a series of four, contains a few minutes of bonus material from our interview with Dr. Bethell for our new podcast, Community Connection. In it, she discusses the inequities in our society made stark by the realities of Covid-19. If you missed Episode One: The Power of Positive Experience, you can click here to listen to the podcast or to access the first video.

We are looking forward to seeing you and Dr. Bethell on October 9, 2020 for the Pinetree Resilience Conference, and to meeting our new Master Trainer cohort in mid- September. Knowing the work continues despite the extra hurdles of the pandemic is deeply gratifying and we can't thank you all enough for your patience and support.
Wishing you all the best,
Larry McCullough. Ed.D.
Executive Director
Pinetree Institute
PS – In case you missed it, we are now offering an interactive virtual option for participation in the 2020 Pinetree Conference! Click here for more information. And please don't forget to send us your applications and nominations for the Master Trainer program by August 10!

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DATE 8/15 & 22

Please sign up if you are interested. To date 12 have.  Conrad is looking for someone to lead this project.

The Covid-19 Crisis Relief  Subcommittee has found a need for a community service project that will help the Bon Appetit meals program.


It will be to paint the kitchen at the 2nd Congregational Church in Biddeford this Summer and we need volunteers  to plan out the program.. We are also asking if any one wants to take on a role of helping to manage  this project.


It will take several different days because it will need to be done in sections, first scrape and washing, then painting. Lots of area to paint but not a lot of space to do it.


Saturday’s work well for the church and a couple of hours most weekday mornings if they have enough notice. 


We encourage all club members to participate and to bring family(spouses) to help.

Brian has sent out an event invitation to gage the number of interested participants.


Thanks for you help!





Hi everyone,


I created a Google doc to sign up for re-painting the Bon Appetit kitchen at the Second Congregational Church in Biddeford.


Here is the link: 



On August 13th and 14th we'll clean and scrape the old paint; August 15th and 22nd are for re-painting. 


It is a fairly large job so any assistance is greatly appreciated.


Thank you,


Kaitlin Tito

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, for all of that contributed.
Rotary Club of Biddeford-Saco, ME (6294), District 7780

Members 57 Goal $7,000.00 110% AF per capita $135.53 Annual Fund  $7,725.15 Polio+ $1,163.00 $0.00 $0.00 Total Foundation Contributions $8,888.15

All Active Rotarians 52
Existing Active Rotarians 49
Sustaining Member Rotarians: 24
Percent Sustaining Members: 49.0%
1 July Members 57
Annual Fund Per Capita: $135.53
Average TRF Giving: $155.93
All-Time Giving:
In the future, there will be a line item for a $50 contribution on your twice yearly club invoice.  Of course you may increase that if you wish when you remit!
Congratulations to the following multiple Paul Harris Fellows for this year:
Sue G 1+
Mark T 1+
Joe M 3+
Roland G Beyond counting!
Executives & Directors
Don Pilon
Martin Grohman
Vice President
Brenda Pollock
Susan Gajewski, assistant Kathy Shea
Kaitlyn Tito
Joe Moreshead
Immediate Past President
Fausto Pfiefer
Foundation Chair
Youth Protection Officer
Brian Dallaire, looking for help
Program Chair
Joseph A. Moreshead for the Nomination Committee 
Happy March 5, 2020. I am writing to let everyone know that the Biddeford Saco Charitable Funds Committee is rising from the ashes like a Phoenix. At Wednesdays BOD meeting it was discussed to bring the committee back. Dennis Elie and I will co-chair the committee. We also have two members, our newest Rotarians- Jane Foley and Melisa Cilley- welcome! The board thought it would be a great way to get new Rotarians and give them a sense of what we do. But wait there is more, ( I love sales folks who keep using that phrase- but wait there is more ). The four of us want you to join us. If you have any interest in being on the committee just send me an email at jmoreshe@psmp.com . I will add you to the list. We plan on sending out our giving guide lines to committee members so they have a road map for giving.
It is pretty simple we have a budget that can be from $5,000 to $15,000+++ a year to use in support of our charitable requests. I’ll explain our funding sources at our first meeting. Our charitable request form can be found on our website http://www.biddeford-sacorotary.org/ , located in the top right hand corner of the front page. Check out the website, you can connect with other Rotarians, etc. Most folks will hear about us and get directed to the website to download the application and submit it. We will also regularly get requests from American Lung Association, Alzheimer’s, etc.- all of the big not for profits send appeals to our club.
As funds get requested, you will receive an email from the co-chairs that will have the filled out charitable application form,  ( just as an aside- you will see information, SSN’s, discharge papers, etc. This information must remain confidential ),  and any other supporting information. Read the request, do they mesh with our guidelines? Yes / No, not to worry that is what our meetings are for. If we have requests a meeting will be scheduled to follow a regular Wednesday meeting. Our regular meeting ends at 1:30 our committee will meet right after that. As co-chair I will send out a meeting agenda with a copy of all of the requests we will be discussing at least a week in advance. Our meetings usually last 10 to 15 minutes- not very long.  We only meet if we have business to vote on. On occasion there are those emergency requests where the above meeting guidelines will take too long. On those occasions the co-chairs will send out the requests and follow up with email votes, etc.
Lastly, as a committee we only have authority to grant a maximum of $500.00 per request. Any requests larger than that will go to the Board of Directors for approval. Please join the committee and see where your money is going. Don’t you know that it is better to give then receive!
Yours in Rotary,
PP’s Dennis Elie and Joe Moreshead
PS:  But wait there is more, I want to see how many people are reading the E-Tack- I have 25% discount on lift tickets at Sunday River- anybody want to go skiing?  
But wait there is more, discounts on food and beverage as well—MMMMMMMMMMM, cinnamon buns at North Peak mid morning!
To all Tack note takers,
As a favor since I am remotely compiling the tack, please shoot me an e-mail once you have taken the notes.  That way I will know who to anticipate sending me the typed up version later on.
Please submit your Tack notes to Brian Dallaire at bdallaire@usa.net and with copy to Julie Villemaire at Jvillemaire@maine.rr.com, no later than the Tuesday AM before the next meeting.
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Below is the final copy of the Mission - Vision Statement and Guiding Principles of the Red Ribbon Committee as primarily authored by Andy Grief.  We have also revised the Red Ribbon logo to address Rotary requirements.  I thought it was important to share this with all of you.
Mission – Vision – Guiding Principles  
Red Ribbon Committee
Rotary Club of Biddeford-Saco
Mission Statement
The Red Ribbon Committee of the Biddeford-Saco Rotary Club exists to mobilize the community to encourage healthy and thriving behaviors without the influences of illegal drugs and other misused substances.
Vision Statement
As a result of the efforts of the Red Ribbon Committee, members of the Biddeford, Saco, and Old Orchard Beach communities will lead healthier lives free of the harmful influences of misused substances.
Guiding Principles
  • Rotary has the power to effect positive change through its leadership and resources.
  • Rotary believes in the necessity of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention efforts.
  • Rotary believes in the importance of information to effect positive change.
  • Rotary believes in the power of positive experiences to effect positive outcomes.
  • Rotary believes in the power of people sharing their personal stories to effect change.
  • Rotary believes in the power of caring mentoring relationships to empower people.
For more info, follow us on facebook:
March 4: Heather M and Kathy Shea
March 11: Heather M and Jim L
March 18: Heather M and Haley Thompson
March 25: Heather M and Conrad
April 1: Joe B and Morgan

Audiffred (+1)JamesMay-96
Boyle (+3)LawrenceJan-98
ChasseKaren Jun-06
Dallaire (+8)BrianDec-02
Deschambault (+1)Paul3-Jun
Drouin (+6)Ronald 16-Jun
Kay (+1)Lucie Jun-10
Eon (+1)RolandMay-96
Gagne (+8)RolandMay-03
GagnonRonald Feb-01
Godbout (+3)Jim May-09
Goodwin (+8)Carl Apr-90
Goodwin (+1)EarlJan-84
Hennessey (+2)CharlesMay-92
Kany (+1)BillMay-94
Lane (+1)DanaJun-05
MacLean (+1)HeatherFeb-06
McAllister (+2)JimJun-10
Moreshead (+2)JosephMay-08
Plourde (+1)HeleneMay-96
Villemaire (+1)JulieJun-06


UPDATE:  Clynk requests that you hold you bags for 3 days before dropping them off and tie a string or ribbon to show compliance. 

Our Club is in first place of 10 Rotary Clubs who participate in this program!  But Saco Bay is gaining on us.


Total Raised:

Containers CLYNKed:


Environmental Impact:

  • Energy: Saved enough energy to light 66.9 lightbulbs—24 hours a day—for a year.
  • Emissions: Saved the emissions equivalent of driving a car 12,668 miles.
  • Volume: Diverted enough containers to fill 491.4 lobster traps.


 Fill up those green bags.  If you need more bags and/or labels, just let Julie Villemaire know and she can hook you up…no charge!

Simple fill with returnables and drop off at any Hannaford.

Alternately, if you already have a CLYNK account of your own, you can designate you funds as a donation.  Hit the Donate button and search for Rotary and you'll find our account.


Club Information

Welcome to our Club! Rotary District 7780 -- Club Number 6294 -- Est. 1920


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Run of the Mill Public House & Brewery
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Sep 30, 2020
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