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PARK 'N' READ: Have you noticed the handmade Little Free Libraries popping up in our parks and other spots? They are a team effort between Nevins Library staffers, the Rotary Club of Methuen, Methuen High art students, real estate agent Dianne Debs, City Limits Woodworking & the Methuen DPW. The libraries (which each hold about 40 books for all ages) are in place at DeGaspe Park and Riverside Park, with at least 7 more spots designated to receive a box.   Read more about this awesome project in the August issue of Methuen Life
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Please join us for our 7th Annual Charity Bocce Tournament. 
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We are excited to welcome Lars Olson, Vice President, Property & Casualty at USI. Pictured L to R: Jim Stone from District 7930, new member Lars Olson from USI, and Julie Brady from The Savings Bank.

On June 28, 2019  at Mi, Mexico Lindo Methuen Rotary installed the Officers for the 2019-2020 Year.  It was a time to  celebrate the many accomplishments that occurred during the past year and to look forward to what the new year will bring. President Julie Brady highlighted the many areas in the Methuen  Community where Rotary made an impact this past year.  A few of the things that Rotary was involved in were Holiday  food delivery and making 150 party bags for for Neighbor's In Need,  Island Clean Up, Methuen Special Olympics, Giving away $5750.00 in scholarships to Methuen Students,  Donating $4000.00 to local non-profit's during it's June Jubilee, supporting Methuen Girls Softball & Methuen MSPCA with the annual bocce tournament,  participating in Methuen Day and giving away  free hotdogs, reading to local students,  and partnering with the Methuen Library on the sponsorship of the Little Free Library Project.  This is not accomplished alone, it takes a team of dedicated people who care about their community and want to make a difference.  A few awards were given that night to very deserving members of the Club,  Connie Doto of Connie Doto Real Estate was presented with the Rotarian of  the Year Award.  Her commitment to Rotary and  her community exemplifies the Rotary Motto: Service Above Self. Frank Brucato of Prevue Inspections was presented with the Service Award for his commitment to the Club and for taking on leadership roles over the last few years.  Julie also had the pleasure of awarding  six (6) Paul Harris Fellows to members of the Methuen Club.   The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to Rotary Foundation. There are over 700,000 Paul Harris Fellows today, and they are regarded as “the backbone of the annual support to the Rotary Foundation, and those donations are the only reason that enables Rotarians to carry on a world-wide program of educational and humanitarian programs. Over all it was an exciting evening and  a great way to kick off the new year.  
Pictured:Connie Doto & Julie Brady
               Frank Brucato & Julie Brady
              Tim Frechette,  Atty. Charlie Perrault,  Connie Doto, Cheryl Parent,  Jim Savarino,(not Pictured) John Breen         
The Methuen Rotary Club celebrated it’s 2nd Annual June Jubilee by giving away money to deserving non –profits in Methuen. Each organization was invited to lunch and to speak about how the donation will help the people that are served in the community.  President Julie Brady had the honor of presenting $1000.00 checks to each of the following organizations.  Commander Curt Williams Accepted on behalf of the Methuen V.F.W. Post 8349.  Larry & Eileen Giordano accepted on behalf of Merrimack Valley Foster Kids, City Councilor Jessica Finocchario and Cole Welch , President, accepted  on behalf  of the  Merrimack Valley Prevention and Substance Abuse Project and Julia Pesek , Community Relations Director accepted of behalf of the MSPCA Nevins Farm. 

We are excited to welcome Melissa DeFriesse, Community Development Director at Nevins Family of Services.  Pictured L to R: Jose Cruz, Enterprise Bank, Melissa DeFriesse, and Attorney Jonathan Rossi.
Please join us in welcoming 4 new Rotarians to the Methuen Club.  Julia Pesek, MSPCA @ Nevins Farm, Melissa Coto, Merrimack Valley Physical Therapy, Ryan McVann, Methuen YMCA, and a great BIG Welcome back to Frank & Kim Rondinelli and of course special guest Joe Robichaud from Methuen Chiropractic.  We are excited to have you and look forward to  the new ideas and vision you will bring to the Club.
Rotary Club of Methuen was proud to donate $500.00 on #Givingtuesday to our local food pantry Neighbor's In Need. Members  helped distribute Thanksging meals to the less fortunate.  Neighbors in Need has fed the poor and Hungry of Greater Lawrence for 35 years. We give food to those in need without judgment, respecting the dignity of each individual. All food, formula, diapers, and infant clothing are provided free of charge to those who request them. Neighbors in Need feeds over 850 families each week at our 13 Food Pantries strategically located in the neighborhoods, providing food to most Lawrence residents within walking distance of their homes. They have 2 pantries in Methuen and now, 1 in Andover. Methuen Rotary is proud to partner with them.  To learn more visit www.needfood.org.
Pictured L to R: Trudy Michaud, Melissa Coto, Connie Doto, Julie Brady, and Tim Frechette
On June 23rd 2017, Methuen Rotary Club welcomed in it's newest President Attorney Jonathan Rossi.  It was a great night with a lot of laughs and much thanks from the Immediate Past President James Khoury.  Congratulations to James who was given the Rotarian Of The Year Award! James had a great year and really went above and beyond during his Presidency.  James also gave out "Thank You" awards to Members Frank Brucato and Anne Whalen that helped support him and also did an outstanding job this year.  You have some big shoes to fill President Rossi...Looking forward to a great year ahead.
from left to right Frank Brucato, James Khoury, Jonathan Rossi, & Anne Whalen
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Have you gotten your tickets yet?
On April 10, 2018, we will be holding our 8th Annual Celebration of Achievement Banquet at the Harris’ Pelham Inn located at 65 Ledge Rd Pelham, NH.  The dinner is from 6:00p.m.-9:00 p.m. and tickets are $40.00 per person.  We will be honoring both a Teacher of the Year and a Student of the Year from the Methuen Public School System and Presentation of Mary Academy, as well as award college scholarships to high school seniors who reside in Methuen and attend Methuen High School, Presentation of Mary Academy or Central Catholic High School.  In addition, the Club will present its 3rd “Service Above Self” Award, honoring Ken and Marilyn Peck from First Church Congregational that coordinated the new Methuen food pantry for Neighbor’s In Need.  They have made a significant contribution in the Methuen Community and most exemplify the Rotary ideal of “Service Above Self.
This year we will help support a wide variety of causes, including, but not limited to, the Methuen Arlington Neighborhood, Methuen YMCA, Methuen Flag Project, Neighbors In Need Food Pantry, & Methuen Senior Center. If you are interested in learning more about Methuen Rotary,  visit us at www.methuenrotary.org, on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You can also feel free to Join us on Fridays at 12:15 p.m. at John Ryan’s Pub  478 Lowell Street, Methuen, MA  01844
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