Rotary District 7930 eBulletin
September 26, 2022

Robert C Wood Memorial Heroes Celebration 2022

Registration is now open & program book ads / sponsorships can be purchased online

Thursday, November 10th will be our annual Rotary Foundation event, but this year we are renaming it the “ROBERT C. WOOD MEMORIAL HEROES CELEBRATION” in honor and memory of our friend, the late Past District Governor Bob Wood (2018-19). This event will be starting at 5:30 PM at the Danversport and we hope that many of you will be attending. The evening will include a social hour, silent auction, dinner, and Paul Harris Fellow (PHF) presentations.
Online registration is now open - please click here to purchase your tickets! This page also includes all the details about the dinner menu for the event as well as the program outline.

Interact Cafe 2022

InteractCafe rejuv

Back with a vengeance, and coming to YOUR area! Created for Interact students, Rotary Advisors and Rotary Leaders Run by students, so you KNOW it’s going to be a blast!
A fresh idea, a new approach. See what all the talk is about!  Meet other Interact members. Network, share challenges, ask questions, get answers! Free food while you have fun! Student-led table topics like:
How to energize your club with vibrant DNA
Summer leadership camping trip...WHAT?
How can we network to get a head start on our career?
International project...what is KIVA, and how do we get involved?
RLI Feb-Mar 2023
By now, you will have either keyed in or hand-marked your calendar with February 28 and March 2, Virtual Rotary Leadership Institute evening sessions!
Parts 1, 2, 3 and Graduate must be taken in order. Registration, $25 for members; $15 for Rotaractors.
Part 1: Character of Leadership; Purpose of Rotary, Understanding Rotary’s Organizational Structure and Core Values; Ethics and Vocational Service; Basic Goals and Programs of the Rotary Foundation; Engaging Members; Creating Service Projects
Calling All Artists
Chalk on the Walk is The Rotary Club of Cambridge’s Annual Fundraiser. It is the Harvard Square version of an Italian street painting festival. 
All levels of artists are welcome! They are paired with local businesses and individuals who are sponsors. Kids and families are all encouraged to participate. Most of all it is about having fun! The top three artists are awarded prizes along with the “people’s choice” award.
Proceeds fund the Cambridge Rotary Club's annual college scholarships, local literacy and education programs, programs for the homeless and refugees, and many other Rotary Club of Cambridge’s service projects.
Belle Isle 3rd Annual Goat Pebble Bingo Oct. 1
The Belle Isle Rotary is gearing up to bring all the greatness of a Fall Faire including baby goats, pigs, chickens and rabbits, face painting, cider donuts and games/prizes to the children of East Boston, Revere and Winthrop. This is our third year of our Club members working together to bring this event to our area and we cap off this fun day with an exciting game of chance called Goat Pebble Bingo! $20 ticket can win you $1000 if the goat leaves pebbles on your square! 
Belle Isle Rotary Fall Fair & Goat Pebble Bingo
Sat., Oct. 1 at 10AM (rain date Oct. 8)
Salesian Boys & Girls Club, 150 Byron St., East Boston
There will be lots of food, prizes and fun for all ages!  Small animal petting zoo, face painting, pumpkin decorating!                                                                                                                                               
Fall 2022 Mini-Grants are now open for applications
Today, September 1st, we will start accepting applications for Mini-Grants and I want to invite all Rotary clubs to do a project in one or more of the areas of the EnvironmentMembershipPublic Image, or Diversity/Equity/Inclusion. Projects that touch multiple  areas are encouraged!
The grant is a reimbursement grant with a $200 maximum to each club and only one grant per club. Grants are available on a first come, first served basis until the $3,000 district budget for mini-grants is exhausted.
Share Your Club's Stories
Has your club recently hosted an event or project or are you planning something in the near future that you would like to share with your fellow District 7930 Rotarians?
The weekly eBulletin depends on the content provided by clubs, so please submit your stories and we will publish them on the district website and in the next eBulletin. Stories that showcase your club or event should be submitted via the website portal at this link.
The deadline for submitting items for the weekly District 7930 eBulletin is Friday morning in order to be included in the following Monday's edition.  If the eBulletin being prepared is getting to be too long and the story submitted is not time-sensitive, we may choose to delay including it until the following week.
For some guidelines on creating stories, please read more!
Upcoming Events
DG-Track & Committee Chairs Mtg
Sep 26, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
District Envrionmental Committee Meeting
Sep 28, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
DG Visit Lynnfield
Lynnfield Town Hall
Sep 29, 2022
12:15 PM – 1:30 PM
DG Visit Hamilton-Wenham
Gordon College
Sep 30, 2022
7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Interact Committee Meeting
Oct 03, 2022
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM
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