Main Street, Downtown Old Town. Join us Thursdays at the Elks lodge (inset picture).
 
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Small club. Big aspirations.

We meet Thursdays at 6:15 PM
Elks Lodge
37 4th Street
Old Town, ME  04468
United States
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From left: Past President Doug, Linda and Buggsy Bryant, Mischelle Adams, Steve Russell, Ben Smith, Robin Merchant, and President DJ.
 
Five Old Town Rotarians have been recognized as Paul Harris Fellows.  They were presented with their Paul Harris pins and medallions at the club's Thursday night meeting on July 26.  The Paul Harris Fellows are Mischelle Adams, club treasurer; Steve Russell, House committee chair; Robin Merchant, Assistant District Governor; and Linda and Buggsy Bryant--two club members who don't hold a formal office but get lots of different things done.  The fellows were nominated by Past President Doug Marchio.  Assisting in the presentation were President DJ Whitmore and Foundation Chair Ben Smith.
 
 

Old Town Rotarians enjoy dinner, camaraderie at Sarah's House

CHECK PRESENTATION--After dinner, the club presented a check  for $13,500 to Delores Landry, Executive Director of Sarah's House.  From left, Old Town Rotary Club President Doug Marchio, Sarah's House Campaign Chair Judy Collier, Delores, and Rev. James Haddix, President of the Board of Directors for Sarah's House.  In the foreground is Ian Whitmore, son of incoming President DJ Whitmore, who brought in a sack full of money (about $50) that he requested in lieu of birthday presents so he could donate it to Sarah's House.
 

Old Town Rotarians cook hot dogs, serve lunch to veterans and others celebrating Memorial Day

The Rotary cooking/serving crew--Jane and Chuck Veeder, Corina Larsen, Steve Russell, Steve Johnston, Tamara Saarinen, Izzy Larsen, and Josh Hamilton. Not present for photo: Lisa Gallant and her sister Terri and Frank Greenleaf. Photo by Dave Wollstadt.
 

May 17 - Deb Boyd, Old Town-Orono YMCA

Joe Cyr, Doug Marchio, and Ben Smith present Rotary check to deb boyd, executive director, Old Town-Orono YMCA
 

 

May 10 - LtC darryl lyon, Maine national guard

Chuck and Jane Veeder with LTC Darryl Lyon
 
 

april 19 - lori Smart and bobbi fowler, animal orphanage

Doug with Lori Smart and Bobby Fowler of the Animal Orphanage
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Events
 

The 4 Way Test

 
Directors
President
President-Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Past President
Foundation chair
Club Administration chair
Public Relations chair
Membership chair
Service Projects chair
House Committee chair
 
 
 
 
 
 
Speakers
DG Marcel Noel
Sep 27, 2018 6:15 PM
District Governor Visit
TBD
Oct 04, 2018
ROAD TRIP--River Driver's Restaurant, Millinocket
Oct 18, 2018
River Driver's Restaurant
 
Video Library
 
Meeting Responsibilities
September 13, 2018
Door Duty
Mahan, David
 
Door Duty
Merchant, Robin
 
Door Prize
Marchio, Douglas
 
September 20, 2018
Door Duty
Saarinen, Tamara
 
Door Duty
Shirland, Bruce
 
Door Prize
Peterson, Stan
 
September 27, 2018
Door Duty
Sturgeon, Donald
 
Door Duty
Veeder, Jane
 
Door Prize
Veeder, Chuck
 
 
 

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