Rotary District 7930 eBulletin
May 12, 2020

MA First Lady Lauren Baker to Address D7930
You are invited to an incredible evening with First Lady of Massachusetts Lauren Baker on Tuesday, May 19, at 7pm via Zoom. This amazing evening will be a fireside chat format with First Lady Lauren Baker.   Hear about the Mass Coronavirus Relief Fund and its impact on our communities. There will be an opportunity for Q&A during the meeting.
 
Questions related to Mass Coronavirus Relief Fund are being collected prior to the webinar. To submit your question, contact Lori Karas at lori.karas@outlook.com prior to the event. 
 
We are looking forward to you joining us.  What a great opportunity about hearing what is happening in the state as well how this fund is impacting the people in areas where we work, live and serve.
 
Zoom invite:
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86527338793?pwd=emdnQWxFRVpQWC95Q0tiSks2SXFidz09
Password: 235597  
 
 
(Please note that the webinar link has been updated since the initial invitation sent by DG Joan a few days ago)
10,000 Acts of Peace Achieved!

We did it! 
We met our goal of 10,000 Acts of Peace! 

Let’s keep it going!  With all of the service in our communities occurring due to COVID19, I would like to challenge us to get to 20,000 Acts by June 15th.  Let’s celebrate our Acts of Peace at the Virtual District Installation on June 25th.

 
 
DG Joan
Rotary's relationship with TGIG and Volunteer Surge
 
On Wednesday, May 6th, CEO Scott Doll of The Global Impact Group (TGIG) discussed Rotary's relationship with TGIG and Volunteer Surge and how we can use tele-support to Reach Those Who Are Physically Isolated. This Zoom call was recorded, and if you missed the live meeting, you can now watch it here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/5prBNSvxQr0
 
Also, please watch this video from TGIG.org on the Volunteer Surge, too: https://youtu.be/BLp5eV6WG50
Grant Management Seminar 2020-2021 Now Available Online
Any Rotary Club wishing to participate in a Rotary Foundation Global Grant and/or District Managed Grant must have at least two members qualified to manage grants. To qualify your Rotary Club, please follow these important three steps:
 
1. Watch a 16-minute Grant Management Seminar
2. Take a short Grant Qualification Quiz
3. Electronically sign the Memorandum of Understanding
 
The entire process is simple, convenient, and can be completed online.  For more information, visit the D7930 Foundation page or contact Foundation Chair Liz Cullen.
 
Please note that this process must be completed each year. 
Marblehead Harbor Assists Fellow Residents
The Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor is giving $250 gift certificates to qualified applicants who lost their jobs due to Covid-19. The certificates are meant to help Marblehead residents purchase food and other basic necessities from town grocers. “Our goal is help individuals who have been laid off from ‘non-essential’ positions who may have been receiving an hourly wage and/or surviving on tips,” said club President Kathleen Murphy. “They are financially the most at risk group, struggling to pay for food and essentials.”

The Marblehead Harbor has so far raised $6,700 and continues to fundraise to provide as much assistance as possible.
 
If you wish to contribute please reach out to Kathleen Murphy at kathleen.murphy@gibsonsir.com.
Reading Rotary Receives $1,000 from Cummings Foundation
Reading Rotary is delighted to announce that it recently received a donation of $1,000 from Cummings Properties. Cummings Community Giving seeks to recognize and support communities of its staff, clients, volunteers and associates. The gift was made in honor of and at the recommendation of John Bogosian of Reading. John is a much-appreciated volunteer of the Cummings Foundation.
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Burlington Donates PPE to Front Line
The Rotary Club of Burlington located,obtained and distributed 2 cases of sterile gloves to the town's Public Safety front line departments today. Club President Roger Bell is pictured here with Burlington Fire Chief Michael Patterson.
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.
 
If you want some guidelines on creating stories, please read more!
 
 
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Upcoming Events
Fireside chat with First Lady Lauren Baker
Zoom (online)
May 19, 2020
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
Assistant Governors Meeting
TBD
May 26, 2020 6:00 PM
 
Pints for Polio (tentative)
Granite Coast Brewing Company
Jun 14, 2020
12:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 
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