Our March 2017 meeting schedule:
Friday, March 3 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club, North Main Street
Friday, March 10 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club, North Main Street
Wednesday, March 15 ~ 7:30am Board meeting, Andover Historical, 97 Main Street
Wednesday, March 15, 6:00pm evening meeting, Palmer's Restaurant, Elm Street Friday, March 24 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club, North Main Street
Friday, March 31 ~ 7:30am Lanam Club, North Main Street
The Citizens Who Care awards recognize civic-minded individuals or groups for their extraordinary contributions to the Andover community — above and beyond their normal job descriptions. Recipients must have an Andover connection — living, working or volunteering in Andover.
The Educator of the Year award honors one educator in the Andover public school system who possesses these same exceptional values and qualities, both in and outside of the classroom, and who has made a significant and lasting difference in the lives of Andover students.
The Student of the Year award honors one student who possesses these exceptional values and qualities.
Nominations for the 2017 Citizens Who Care Awards are due by March 15, 2017.
Andover Rotarians visit West Elementary School classrooms once a month to read to and talk with students. In December 2016, the Club donated $500 to purchase books for the school library. West Elementary School Principal Liz Roos shows off the Club's Happy Bucks bucket.
The Andover Rotary's 2015 Andover Cares movement introduced the potential of Rotary to new people who want to make a difference in their community. 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 a new flexible Service Membership with fewer meeting requirements, lower membership fees, and a newly added evening meeting option. Want to learn more about how you can make a difference through Rotary?
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.