Rotary Club of Nantasket-Hull


Our Mailing Address is:

Nantasket Hull Rotary

PO Box 38

Hull, MA 02045

Club Executives & Directors
Membership Chair
Director - Member at Large
Foundation Chair
Club Admin
Immediate Past President

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Meeting Info:

Our Club Meets On Wednesday Evenings 6 PM

@ The Corner Stop Eatery
235 Hull Street
Cohasset, MA, 02025




Home Page Stories
Natasket-Hull Rotary held a food drive for Wellspring's Food Pantry on Saturday, September 1st. Over 850 items were collected for the pantry.
Craig Wolfe, current president, and new member Karen Peters participated in the Stand Down event for veterans in Boston on September 8th. Special thanks to Kim Wolfe, Greg Brasso and Barry Oransky for their help in encouraging 90 veterans to be tested for Hepatitis C. Nine individuals are on their way to treatment and 81 others now have the peace of mind that they do not have this silent killer. The Hull Times published an article in the weekly newspaper about this event. Nice job everyone!
The Nantasket Hull Rotary Club is sponsoring an Internship Program for any Hull Resident that is entering their Freshman, Sophomore or Junior year of High School this September [in any High School or is Home Schooled]. Two Internships have been posted:
Internship #1:   Community Communication Internship
Community news, information, data, updates, events and safety information will be investigated, collected, verified, and reported for Bi-Monthly publication in the local Hull newspaper, The Hull Times, as well as being posted on the Today in Hull social media platform. 
Internship #2:   Hull Lifesaving Museum Internship
The development of a comprehensive walking and media tour of Hull Village and the history surrounding Hull Village will be researched, developed and produced by the intern in collaboration with the Executive Director of the Hull Lifesaving Museum.
Interested students are expected to reply by August 20, 2018 – Please click on "Internship Information" above for more information.


On September 8th, Craig Wolfe, Karen Peters and others helped invite veterans to a Hep C screening at the Stand Down event in Boston. Ninety veterans were screened, with 9 individuals testing positive. They are now in touch with the appropriate medical personnel to get the treatment they need for this silent killer. Many others have the peace of mind that they are not Hep C positive, which was a great relief to many. 
John Struzziery, Director of Wastewater Operations/Assistant Director of Public Works, joined us this week. He shared his history and provided an overview of the operations and day to day on-going efforts with our sewer system that is protecting our bay, ocean and the general health and value of our residents and their property.
Sarah Clarren of the Conservation and Community Development Offices in Hull visited our club this week. She told a very interesting story of her journey to Hull over the years and informed us of the functions of her job at Town Hall. Thanks for the visit Sarah!
Please join us for a day of great cars, fun and great people! Proceeds support Cops for Kids with Cancer and local scholarships.
Visit: for a car application to enter the show. See you there!
Sponsored by: the Nantasket-Hull Rotary Club, Hull Police Department, Town of Hull, DCR and Plymouth County Sheriffs Department.
Flavio Andrade, a Hull High School senior, was one of two recipients of the Catherine Coccimiglio Scholarship given by the Nantasket – Hull Rotary Club in June of 2015. Flavio was anonymously chosen by a committee due to his hard-work both in and outside of school. After meeting Flavio, we were ecstatic to have chosen him as his character as well as academics prove he is very deserving of this award. Best of luck at UMass – Boston in September Flavio!
Catherine Coccimiglio and Flavio Andrade at the Salt Water Diner in Hull, Massachusetts
The Nantasket-Hull clubs wine tasting dinner to benefit our scholarship fund was a great success. We raised funds while raising our glasses for a great cause, providing scholarships for Hull students. Photos by Alana Swiec

Kelly Shanahan of Global View Capital gave a very informative talk on Social Security this week. The short story is that the longer you wait up to age 70, to take your benefits, the more money you will receive each month. For instance, if you would get $2,000 in benefits at age 66, you would receive $2640 at age 70. If you have started collecting benefits and are within 1 year of signing up, you can suspend your benefits and start collecting again at a later date. Kelly also talked about spousal and survivor benefits and the fact that many people don't know they may be eligible for benefits, even if they have divorced. If you would like to have a consultation with Kelly, please call her at781.773.0009
Join us for a night of friends, fun, great food and wine to benefit the two scholarships that we give annually to deserving Hull High School seniors who are going on to high education. We offer two $1,000 scholarships each June. 
Bridgeman's and the Nantasket-Hull Rotary Club hope you join us in assisting two high schoolers in reaching their goals for the future!
The 2015 Nantasket Beach Car Show will take place Sunday, June 14th on beautiful Nantasket Beach (Rain Date June 21st). Last year we had over 500 cars of all styles from classic to exotic participate in the show. It was a great day for car enthusiasts and beachgoers alike. This event is put together by the Nantasket Hull Rotary Club and the Hull Police Department with cooperation from The DCR and the Town of Hull.
Hope to see you there.

Suzanna and her husband, Doug, visited us for our weekly meeting this Wednesday. Suzanna spoke to us about her travels in her homeland of Peru acquiring products for her store and also about some amazing products. Hint: don't miss out on the very soft and cozy Alpaca socks! Suzanna also supports a number of worthwhile organizations in Peru that improving the lives of women and children in Peru. She truly is an inspiration and we're proud to count her among our new friends.​Image

We were honored to have Bob Faherty from Cops for Kids with Cancer remind us why his organization touches our hearts each year. He and Officer Green from the Hull Police Department showed us many pictures of local recipients of the $5,000 check they have been awarded. Most are very young, deserving children who should be concentrating on childhood activities rather than doctor and hospital visits.

Our club was very happy to give Bob a check for $5,000 from our annual car show. We are looking forward to giving another check to a family next year!

A special thanks to Officer Green and the entire Hull Police Department. Without them the car show would not be possible as they volunteer their time year after year for this worthy event.


A hearty group from the Fort Revere Restoration Committee and the Nantasket-Hull Rotary Club cleaned up the brush and small bushes around the parking area in the rain. We had a number of concerned citizens that stopped by to help with the heavy work and also pick up trash at the barracks. Thank you to all for your dedication on this cold and rainy day! 


Congratulations to Nadine and Gerry! We have two new members that have already shown their strengths and will be a great asset to our club. I know I speak for everyone in our club when I say, "Welcome to the friendliest club on the South Shore (and possibly the world)! April 14, 2011 was the day we chartered our new club and we also celebrated our third anniversary this week.

Bob Faherty, from Cops for Kids with Cancer, and Jack Dunn, Hull Police Chief, joined us this evening to accept a $5000 check on our behalf to Bob's charity. The Nantasket Beach Car Show is held annually to raise money for this worthwhile endeavor and it could not be done without the Hull Police Force!