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Speakers
SPEAKER Kate Middlemiss
May 26, 2017
Big Heart Foundation
SPEAKER Deedee O'Brien
Jun 02, 2017
Trip to Israel for Ironstone Farm
 
Club Information

Welcome to The Rotary Club of Andover!

Andover

Where doing good is serious fun

See monthly meeting schedule at the top of the page
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
 
Friday, May 5 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club, North Main Street
Friday, May 12 ~ meeting cancelled so Rotarians can participate in Credit for Life!
Wednesday, May 17 ~ 7:30am Board meeting, Andover Historical, 97 Main Street
Wednesday, May 17 ~ 6:00pm evening meeting, Palmer's Restaurant, Elm Street
Friday, May 26 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club
 
Friday, June 2 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club, North Main Street
Friday, June 9~ 7:30am Lanam Club -- Alumni Meeting
Friday, June 16~ 7:30am Lanam Club
Wednesday, June 21 ~ no evening meeting

Friday, June 23 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club ~ installation of new officers
Friday, June 30 ~ no meeting
Congratulations to the 2017 Citizens Who Care!
A big round of applause goes out to Robert Huntley Photography for the beautiful portraits of each honoree.
 
Celebrated the Andover Rotary Club's May 3, 2017 gala:
Mike DeLuca – Kiwanis Club of Greater Lawrence
Wendy Donohue – Andover Today and Tomorrow
Jonathan and Kim Glesman – Boys and Girls Club
Jim Hauer – St. Augustine’s Parish and Knights of Columbus
Brad Heim – Service Club of Andover
Mary McAlary – Delamano, Lawrence
Mary Pritchard – ABC House
Jon Samel – Lawrence Rotary Club and Guilmette School, Lawrence
 
Educator of the Year: Brian McNally
Student of the Year: Kerry Manuel

Service Above self

Coming up Saturday, June 10, is our Habitat for Humanity Build Day. Don't miss the opportunity to see Rotarians at work with power tools! It's always a fun and rewarding to volunteer for Habitat. Watch this space, or contact Yaroslava for details.
 
Thank you to everyone who helped with the Run for the Troops breakfast and with our Saturday, April 15 food drive. And thanks to community service co-chairs Yaroslava Cassell and Lorraine Enos for organizing all our service events! 
 
The Andover Rotary's Andover Cares movement introduced the potential of Rotary to new people who want to make a difference in their community.  However, for many, the traditional service club model of required weekly meetings and just doesn't fit into the busy lives we all live today. So Andover Rotary created two new membership levels.
 
A Service Membership has fewer meeting requirements, lower membership fees, and evening meeting options.
 
An Corporate Membership is very similar to our traditional membership option. The principal corporate member gets all of the benefits that are included with a traditional membership, along with the flexibility to send a designee/associate to meetings that he/she is unable to attend each month.  Corporate members may also bring associates to help at Rotary service projects.  We encourage all of our principal corporate members to attend at least 1 meeting per month. 

Want to learn more about joining the Rotary Club of Andover? Please feel free to contact Membership Chair Al Ruthazer with any questions about these great options for busy local business leaders ready to join a great service club helping to improve our community.
 
 
The Andover Cares Fund, part of the Rotary Club of Andover Charitable Foundation, is seeking grant applications.  Andover Cares and the Andover Cares Fund were established in fall 2015, inspired by several members of the Rotary Club of Andover who lives have been touched by the heroin epidemic plaguing our community, our state, and our nation.
" I kick it first...you have to bury me"