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Tuesday June 14, 2011
Sons of Italy, Prentiss Street, Arlington, MA
Cocktails 6pm, Dinner 7pm, program immediately following
Paul Harris Award Recipients:
Brian Sullivan, immediate Past President of Rotary Club of Arlington
Jenn Tripp and Diane Mucci, co-sponsors of SHOOT FOR A CURE
2011 Community Persons of the Year:
Robert (Bob) Bowes, owner of Bowes Pennell & Thompson Real Estate
Ellen Digby, director of Local Heroes
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The Rotary Club of Arlington, Massachusetts is a volunteer organization of business professionals collectively working locally and internationally.
- Promoting World Peace and Understanding
- Providing Health and Humanitarian Resources Worldwide
- Presenting Opportunities for Education
Flag Sales at Johnny's FoodMaster and Recognition of our Veterans- April 16.
Benefit Show with Jimmy Tingle- May 20.
Paul Harris Dinner- June 14.
Arlington Rotarians welcomed Assistant Governor Bob Wood, familiar faces, George and Leon from Florida, Evan's sons Jacob and Sam, guests of Andy, Brian, Mike, and Jessica, and today's speaker.
Damon Luloff making some Rotarians want to open their checkbooks!
When asked, we closed our eyes and remembered what we did in the summers of our childhood. Many of us went back to summer camp on lakes with bug juice, club houses, boats, and so much more.
The Arlington Boys and Girls Club brings smiles and makes positive memories every day for the youth in our community every day. Learn more about the Arlington Boys and Girls Club our Rotary Club is proud to support.
A great game of Rotary Building Blocks made the most of fellowship time with a captivating game of wooden blocks. This twist on Jenga brought together members in learning about each other with fun questions. We found out who can or would change a tire and much more with each wooden block of the tower that was pulled, stacked, and above all, didn't topple the tower.
Cancer touches everyone one way or another. With diagnosis, chemo, radiation, pills, surgery, and etc, isn't it great the Center for Cancer Education and Support is right here in Arlington!
The Center is host to programs serving nurses, advanced cancer diagnosis patients, cancer patients, care givers, & loved ones. With the coolest programs:
- Polarity Balancing
& Renewing energy in everyone impacted by cancer!