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November 19

Peter Kyle

RI Director

Will speak about RI and the UN

 

December 17

Past District Govenor Shehzah Ahmed will speak about polio eradication in his country of Pakistan

 


Our meetings are currently on ZOOM

1st and 3rd Thursday of the month

12 - 1:15 PM  

 




  Next meeting December 3rd at noon on Zoom 

Environmentalist JIM LAURIE

 

 

Jim Laurie is Chief Scientist for Biodiversity for a Livable Climate (bio4climate.org) a non-profit that focuses climate restoration.  He is a biologist focused on biodiversity and ecosystem restoration as the key to creating a better future.  Recently, he has been researching grassland restoration and its importance as the essential process to reverse global warming. In 2005, he worked with business and environmental groups in California to create a restoration plan for the Eel River Valley.  The goal is the restoration of salmon runs and redwood groves in an area that has been largely deforested.In 2005.  His most recent presentation to the Stockholm Environment Institute discussed the role of soil restoration for carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation. 

Mr. Laurie has spoken to numerous groups on the role of soils in climate change mediation, and has been featured on EcoShock (www.ecoshock.org), a weekly internet radio show.  With his colleague, Seth Itzkan, he started the Google group Soil-Age. Mr. Laurie served as a 1LT in the U.S. Army as a Medical Operations Officer.  He has a BA in biology from Rice University and an MS from University of Houston in Studies of the Future.

 

 

 Email info@cambridgerotary.org for ZOOM meeting access information

 


    

ANNOUNCING CHALK ON YOUR WALK IS BEING HELD VIRTUALLY IN OCTOBER 2020! NOW EXTENDED TO DEC 31, 2020!

 

Our annual fundraiser - Chalk on the Walk had to be cancelled this year in May. So we decided to go virtual and ask artists ANYWHERE to submit their art!  Donors will be paired with artists to continue our important work in education, STEM, college scholarships, allieviating poverty, eradicating disease and protecting the environment. Whew!  It is a LOT. Come join Rotary - 30,000 clubs working on important efforts around the globe

 

When:  Artists can submit a photo of painting, photo, or textile created this year.  Help us find artists and sponsors for this fun event. Artists creations will be displayed on social media between October 15 - 31 and prizes will be awarded to the entries with the most "likes."  Photos can be submitted to info@cambridgerotary.org.


How to donate:  See Our Eventbrite link to donate on line  link here  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chalk-on-your-walk-tickets-122277710925  or mail a check to Cambridge Rotary Educational Fund, Cambridge Rotary P.O. Box 410347  Cambridge, MA 02141. Business Sponsors are requested to donate $300, $500 or $1000 but a lower amount this year, if needed, is appreciated. A sponsor form is attached. Parents donate $20 to sponsor their child's art.

 

June Maserian      Gabrielle Glang      Madeleine Wilson

                June Maserian, Cape Cod                    Gabrielle Glang, Stuttgart                  Madeleine Wilson, Austin

                Sponsor - Karen Satiel                           Sponsor - Louise Olson                    Sponsor - Randall Smith

 

Susan Butler       Ricardo Maldonado      Wendy Setzer

           Susan Butler, Cambridge                       Ricardo Maldonado, Somerville             Wendy Setzer, Jersey City, NJ

                         Dawn                                                    Boys Fishing                                           Sunshine Girl

           Sponsor - John Butler                           Sponsor - Pendar Technologies             Sponsor - Berkshire Bank

             

 

Tsun Ming      Doreen Homburg      Wendy Fluke

             Tsun Ming, Quincy                      Doreen Homburg, Oleanda, NY               Wendy Fluke, Austin, TX

                          Sponsor - Y Lo                           Sponsor - Christopher Barrett          Sponsor - E Cambridge Svgs Bank 

 

Debby Wiener      Bridget Reed

                                              Debby Wiener, New York, NY                  Bridget Reed Braintree

                                              Sponsor William Benter                                   Service Dog

                                                                                                                Sponsor William Barrett

 

      David Ross      Heidi Nehlson      Natascha Finnerty

                 David Ross, Cumberland          Heidi Nehlson, Copenhagen                Natascha Finnerty, Cambridge

         Sponsor - Cambridge Trust Bank        Girl Jumping in Fountain                                 Self Portrait

                                                                      Sponsor - Brian Dervan

 

Joseph Zajac     Rob Sheridan - Bee

                                        Joseph Zajac , Harvard, MA                                      Rob Sheridan

                                            Monsoon on Mt Hopkins 

                                           Sponsor - Leader Bank

 

Votes for Women Quilt      Audrey Mazzola

                                                   Maureen Scheevel                      Audrey Mazzola, Winthrop

                                               Votes for Women Quilt                                  Hepburn 

 

      Rob Sheridan - giraffe

                                               Nataliya Nova, Boston                                      Rob Sheridan

                                                          City Life

 

      PANDEMIC PERCEPTIONS

 

      Anatol Zuckerman    

Anatol Zuckerman, Plymouth  

COVID-19

                                                                                  Sponsor - Google

 

 

UP TO 12 YEARS OLD - PANDEMIC PERCEPTIONS

 

  Nahida   

       Sumaia (8 yrs old) Dhaka                                                          Nahida, Dhaka (8 yrs old) 

        Sponsor Susan Butler                                                              Sponsor Richard Nurse   

                                                                                       

 

CHILDREN  UP TO 12 YEARS OLD

 Shchi Bangladesh      Swathi Rangemani      Mia York  

          Shchi, Bangladesh (11 yrs old)             Swathi Rangamani, Cambridge (9 yrs old)            Mia York (9 yrs Old) 

          Sponsor - Richard Nurse                                  Sponsor - Yolando Li                                     Sponsor - Y Lo 

  

Jasmin      Shimul      Mathila

            Jasmine, Dhaka (9 yrs old)               Shimul, Dhaka (7 yrs old)                      Mathila, Dhaka (12 yrs old)

              Sponsor - Susan Bulter                   Sponsor Reid Gustafson                      Sponsor - Dr. E Hoque

 

Putul      Sumaiyabegum

                                         Putul, Dhaka (11 yrs old)            Sumaiyabegum, Dhaka (12 yrs old)

                                    Sponsor - Reid Gustafson


  CHILDREN 13-18 YEARS OLD


   Tahera Khanam      Sathi

                                         Tahera Khanam, Bangladesh (14 yrs old)            Sathi (13 yrs old) Dhaka

                                           Sponsor N. Finnerty


 

How to donate:  See Our Eventbrite link to donate on line  link here  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chalk-on-your-walk-tickets-122277710925  or mail a check to Education Fund, Cambridge Rotary P.O. Box 410347  Cambridge, MA 02141. Business Sponsors are requested to donate $300, $500 or $1000 but a lower amount this year, if needed, is appreciated. A sponsor form is attached.

 

Artist Form - click here to download

Sponsor Form - click here to download

These are fillable forms. After filling out, save to your computer,

then e-mal to info@cambridgerotary.org


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MEETING INFO

Email us at:  INFO@CAMBRIDGEROTARY.ORG for our

ZOOM meeting access information

and information regarding membership

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 ROTARY ADOPTS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AS 7TH AREA OF SERVICE!!!

JOIN EASY FUNDRAISER FOR OUR CLUB!

https://www.rotary.org/en/supporting-environment-becomes-new-area-focus


HELP OUR CLUB EARN "GREEN" BY GOING GREEN!!


Help our club and our environment by ordering an energy audit. Contact Susan Butler at sbutler@tufts.edu and provide your name, email and phone number (if you have not had an energy audit in 2 years)!  Renters, landlords and home owners can apply.  


Mass Save and NEECO are providing a donation to our club if we meet certain levels of audits. Any address qualifies. Tell your friends and colleagues.

 

Get free weatherization,  products, 100% free insulation - (only in the month of July - for ALL income levels - otherwise 75% for higher incomes). Dump oil and gas heating and go eco friendly with electric heat and cooling! Great rebates on energy efficient mini splits electric heat pumps

 

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Our Zoom meetings are still engaging!!!!


 

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Welcome to Cambridge Rotary

 

Settled in 1630, Cambridge, Mass. USA is a leader in education and technology

Home to Harvard, MIT, Lesley University and Cambridge College

Center of US biotech and research industries

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Karen Saltiel, President 2020-2021  The Cambridge Rotary Club supports many local and International causes. I invite you join us for our lunch meetings via Zoom the first and third Thursdays of each month at 12:00 pm. All are Welcome!  

  

If you live, work or have any connection to Cambridge, you will benefit joining Rotary and we want you to be part of our club

 

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