2021 Scholarship Program

The Medford Rotary Club recently presented $11,500 in scholarship awards to graduating seniors from the City of Medford.  The students were recognized for their academic
achievement, community service and leadership.  Congratulations to our recipients for their hard work, leadership and dedication to our community.
2021 Scholarship Program Edward Hackett 2021-07-16 04:00:00Z 0

2020 Scholarship Tour

When COVID-19 sidelined a number of events for our graduates, Medford Rotary was committed to celebrating their accomplishments.  So we packed up and took our scholarship program on the road.  Check out the highlight reel....
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Casino Night

Another successful night of fun-raising.
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Who said fundraisers can't be FUN-raisers.  This marked our 5th year of hosing our annual Casino Night at Memorial Hall in Melrose.  Another success and super fun night was had by all.  There is a lot of passionate planning that goes into making Casino Night work, as we look forward to this night each year.  The emphasis is on FUN, but we do raise thousands of dollars to benefit our various charitable endeavors.  
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Scholarship Night 2019

Rotarians gathered to recognize the accomplishments of our 2019 Medford Rotary Scholarship recipients.  Each recipient displayed a commitment to academics and played an active role in their school community and beyond.  Medford Rotary is pleased to award $11,500 in scholarship to support their future.
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Medford Rotarian's at Work

Medford Rotarians at Work.
Following a recent Medford Rotary Meeting, several Rotarians met outside Bertucci's in Medford for a photo op.  This quick photo represents a group of meeting attendees happy to be a part of our Rotary club where we regularly meet and do important things in our community to help our citizens.  Thanks to all of our club members, even many that are not in the photo.  Have a great day.
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Past Presidents Luncheon

Thursday, October 15th, Medford Rotary Club celebrates the service accomplishments of its Past Presidents with a luncheon in their honor.
John Hackett Sr read the roll call of Past Presidents as they passed the gavel in order of presidency.  A historical photo video was continuously running throughout the luncheon that was complied by Mary Sbutonni.  It allowed all of us to reminisce past meetings, fund raisers, service projects and have a few laughs.  Mayor Michael J McGlynn joined us for lunch.  He spoke about the many Rotary service projects that help the citizens of Medford.  He acknowledged our long standing Holiday Food Basket Project, and the Sister City student exchange with Nobeoka, Japan.  He then presented President, Anne Gelineau Powers with a proclamation making October 15, 2015 as Medford Rotary Past Presidents Day.
A sing along was led by Domenic Camarra and Mayor McGlynn joined him as we sang some "olde" time songs - just as they did at every Rotary weekly meeting.  Thank you to Past President Paul Bardaro for coordinating this event.
A Good time was had by all.....  Let's do it again next year!
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Planting the Seeds to Grow Rotary's Family

Posted by Mary Sbuttoni on Dec 15, 2014
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Medford Rotary and Interact present a donation to Ashraya InitiativeDecember is Family Month for Rotary International.  This year the Rotary Club of Medford had the experience of witnessing the growth of our family and the strengthening of our global connections.
Shown Back l-r: District Governor Elect David Manzi, Interact students Rezwan Ali and David Mojica, Rotarian Judy Lonergan, Assistant Governor Jen Sanders, Liz Sholtys of Ashraya Initiative, Interactor Ravina Longia, Medford Rotary President Doug Shoop. Front l-r: Interactors Erica Budina, Thessie Elysee, Advisor Amie Saulnier.
Planting the Seeds to Grow Rotary's Family Mary Sbuttoni 2014-12-16 00:00:00Z 0

A Milestone Year in the Making

Congratulations to Medford Rotarians Allan Martorana and Jen Sanders (l-r) who were awarded Paul Harris Fellows by the club at our 91st Installation dinner, June 2014.  Sanders is the club's outgoing president and will be an Assistant Governor for Rotary District 7930.  Doug Shoop (far right) was installed as club president for 2014-15.  This is Doug's second time serving as our club president.  Thank you to Century Bank for providing us with an amazing location for our installation of new officers and board.
A Milestone Year in the Making Mary Sbuttoni 2014-08-07 00:00:00Z 0

Sister City Exchange Fosters International Relations

Posted on Aug 06, 2014
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This year, Medford High School upcoming seniors Matthew Minchello and Raveena Longia were selected by the Medford Rotary Club to act as ambassadors for the City of Medford in our two week student exchange with Medford's sister city, Nobeoka, Japan.  Shown with Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn and Medford Rotarian David Keane before their travels.  We look forward to hearing about their trip!
Sister City Exchange Fosters International Relations Mary Sbuttoni 2014-08-07 00:00:00Z 0

Rotarians meet Japanese Consul

Fostering International Relations:

Medford Rotarian David Keane, Consul General Akira Muto, Rotary President Jen Sanders and Rotarian Pat Theberge at a reception on Feb. 27. Courtesy (Photo by Jen Sanders)

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Security and Integrity of Your Data

Posted by Edward Hackett
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ClubRunner secures all your private information using the latest security technologies. Hosted in a world class data centre with redundant power, Internet backbones and 24/7 security and monitoring, you can rest assured that your club data is safe and protected. Your members' contact information is secured behind unique logins and passwords. Access to information is also restricted, for example, a member can only view the list of members, but can modify his or her own personal information.

Data on the server is protected by TCP/IP filtering, firewall and anti-virus software that protect against any unauthorized intrusion. Backups of data are made daily and stored off-site.

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