Feb 27, 2015
Club planning meeting
Citizens Who Care & Educator of the Year planning
Mar 06, 2015
Club Assembly
Visioning meeting outcomes
Mar 13, 2015
Okolo Schwinn-Clanton
Impacts of energy deregulation
Mar 20, 2015
Shawn Carroll
CBRE NE Seaport/Green Building
Mar 27, 2015
Heather Arvidson
Peace Corps work in Swaziland
Apr 03, 2015
Younlee Shin
Presentation on Korea

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

Do you know an unsung Andover hero?  Someone who donates their time and talent to help others in the community?  Nominating them to receive a 2015 Citizens Who Care or Educator of the Year award is a great way to recognize and thank them for their contribution to the community.
Citizens Who Care (CWC) is Andover's longest running program that honors outstanding community volunteers. Since 1996 the Rotary Club of Andover has honored 10 people each year who have contributed to the local community through their extraordinary volunteer contributions. Those chosen exemplify what it means to be an "unsung hero." They come in all ages, professions and The Educator of the Year (EOY) started in 2009 and honors one exceptional educator chosen by his or her peers.
To nominate your unsung Andover hero, click here or on the Citizens Who Care tab above.  You’ll learn more about the program and find nomination forms for Citizens Who Care and Educator of the Year.


The Rotary Club of Andover is pleased to honor the memory of the late Philip Mercandetti, Barbara Dolan, and other former Andover residents by awarding scholarships in their names to deserving graduating Andover high school students.
To be considered, eligible students must reside in Andover, not be a direct relative of a Rotarian, and will be attending an institution of higher learning during the next school semester.
Selection will be based on completeness of all information requested — need, community service, scholastic history, and future goals. Candidates will be invited to interview personally with the Rotary Club of Andover's Scholarship Committee, who will make the final decision. The scholarships will be awarded to the selected students upon proof of enrollment and attendance at their school of choice.
Click on the "Youth" link above to download an application.



The Rotary Club of Andover is Freezin' for a Reason!

The Rotary Club of Andover is jumping into the Atlantic Ocean for Polio Eradication Saturday, March 7th at 11:15am as part of the Rotary District 7930's 5th Annual Polar Plunge at Long Beach in Gloucester. To plunge or watch the plungers, arrive by 10:30 for coffee and fellowship in advance of the 11:15am plunge at the Cape Ann Motor Inn, 33 Rockport Road in Gloucester.

The event is part of Rotary International’s ongoing campaign to eradicate polio in our lifetime. More than 300 people are expected to plunge into the cold waters off Cape Ann this year including the Rotary Club of Andover. Last year, over 250 people braved the icy waters, raising more than $100,000.

Click here to visit the Rotary Club Team's page and make your donation to support our mighty plungers!

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

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