September 24 2017

Rotary Club of Burlington Holding New Membership Evening

By: BNEWS

A local chapter of an international charity and networking organization is looking for new members.

The Rotary Club of Burlington is hosting a New Membership Evening to invite individuals and businesses interested in learning more about Rotary and its charity work.

The event will be held held on Tuesday, October 3 at 6 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn at 5 Wheeler Road. The event will include a dinner.

“This is our home where we meet every Friday at Noon,” an invitation to the event reads. “The event is open to anyone who would like to learn about Rotary and hear about this community service organization.”

According to the invitation, Rotary spearheads both local and international service projects.  This dinner will allow local residents to meet and talk with club members such as Cheryl Stanton, Janet Fitzgerald,  Beverlee Vidoli, Al Fay, Joe Capua, Paul “Chief” Thibault and Frank Vozzella  to name a few, and learn more about the Rotary Club of Burlington.

“The Rotary Club of Burlington has been providing fresh produce to the Burlington Food Pantry for years, sponsor the Burlington High School Rotary Club of Burlington High School Interact Club, Rotarians spend one day each week with their Special Olympians, we host a concert on the common annually, Rotarians go the Greater Boston Food Bank 4 times a year to help bring food to the Burlington Food Pantry,” the invite says. “These are just a few of the wonderful community service projects that the club is involved in, the list is endless!”

Anyone interested in attending this dinner can contact Janet Fitzgerald at sullivanfh@comcast.net or by phone (781) 244-9519 or Rotary President John Tuccinardi at (781) 820-9635 or jtuccinardi@fedheat.com.  

 

 
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