Sep 11, 2015
Julie Scolnik
Mistral Music (formerly Andover Chamber Music)
Sep 18, 2015
Sep 25, 2015
John Kimball
Ward Reservation, The Trustees of Reservations
Oct 02, 2015
Mike Mayes
Autism in the workplace

Club Information

Welcome to The Rotary Club of Andover!


Where doing good is serious fun

We meet Fridays at 7:30 AM
Lanam Club
260 North Main Street
Andover, MA  01810
United States
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Mailing Address

Rotary Club of Andover
P.O. Box 1152
Andover, MA 01810

What's Happening

                 ~ Rotary Club of Andover ~
Celebrating 20 Years of Community Service

A special thank you to all the clubs and our District Governor David Manzi for supporting our district's 10th Rotaplast Mission to Cebu City, Philippines from October 4th to the 18th.

Our current mission is in memory of Dr. Vince Rubin, a gifted surgeon, Rotarian past president, member of the North Andover and Chelsea Rotary Clubs, Paul Harris Fellow. Vince was a humanitarian and went on 9 Rotaplast Missions.
We said a fond farewell to Rotary Exchange Student Simon Bredsgaard Byrith as he left to return to Denmark.

Simon and Don Gottfried rocking the Viking helmets

Simon and friends

Megan Donovan, Simon, and Paul Russell

Paul Mercandetti 


The Rotary Club of Andover donates $4,000 to local five charities:
$1,000 to the Treble Chorus of New England My Own Voice program 
$1,000 to the Amarok Society in recognition of 2014 speaker Gem Monroe


Rotary International released an additional $34.8 million in grants to support polio immunization activities in 10 countries, including Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan, the three countries where the disease has never been stopped.

The funds, whose release was announced 20 January, will be used by the World Health Organization and UNICEF for polio immunization and surveillance activities in the 10 countries, as well as to provide technical assistance in several other countries in Africa.

The grants include $8.1 million for Nigeria to support its final push to eradicate the disease. Nigeria experienced a nearly 90 percent reduction in cases in 2014 compared with the previous year, and hasn't registered a new case of polio in the last six months.

"Nigeria has managed an incredible feat," says Dr. Tunji Funsho, Rotary's PolioPlus chair for Nigeria. "However, now we must be more vigilant than ever, as our progress is fragile."