Beware of new email scam claiming to be from Foundation Chair Klinginsmith
A new email purporting to be from Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Ray Klinginsmith is targeting Rotary members. The email falsely claims that members can become End Polio Now ambassadors if they email club information to a Gmail address within 48 hours. The fraudulent email has the subject line “BECOME AN END POLIO AMBASSADOR” and is sent from a fake email address. This is a scam. Rotary staff is working to resolve the issue. Avoid being the victim of scams by deleting any email that appears suspicious.
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We're kicking off The Rotary Foundation's centennial celebration at the Korea convention, 28 May-1 June. But you can get started now planning your club's centennial activities with the resources available in our promotion kit: Ideas and activities for clubs Doing Good in the World promotional flier Doing Good in the World bookmark Sample press release Centennial letterhead Centennial PowerPoint template Centennial postcard History of The Rotary Foundation PowerPoint Find more ideas in "Rotary's Foundation Is Turning 100," in the January issue of Rotary Leader Watch and download A Century of...
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley!
The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley is a vibrant, inclusive, “go-to” club, supporting the needs of people in our communities locally and around the world. We serve the local communities of Bolton, Lancaster, and Stow, Massachusetts.
The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley was chartered by Rotary International on February 24, 2012, the first new Rotary club chartered in District 7910 in over a decade!
Posted by Karin Gaffney
on Jan 09, 2016
On January 26, 2016, the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley will host its second annual Power of Change event and will honor Acre Family Childcare in Lowell. The presentation will be held at Lowell Community Health Center, 161 Jackson Street (6th floor) in Lowell, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with doors opening at 6:00 p.m. It is open to the public free of charge, although contributions to Acre Family Child Care will be welcome. A snow date is January 28.
The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley is honoring Acre Family Childcare for its impact in the Lowell community and for its commitment to empowering women. The presentation will include remarks from founder, Anita Moeller, Director, Preschool Expansion Grant at MA Department of Early Education and Care.
Acre Family Childcare’s mission is to help women build licensed, home-based family child care businesses while providing community-based child care to the families of Lowell. The organization has provided childcare to more than 1,800 children and trained over 200 providers since 1988.
“We want to honor their selfless efforts to develop solutions to the challenges facing women and are hopeful that attendees will leave inspired and motivated to support and build on the success of our honorees’ efforts, ” said Karin Gaffney, Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley.
A coffee and dessert reception will follow the program. Register at www.rotary7910.org or by calling 978-627-4135.