NOW ON ZOOM
We meet the 1st and 3rd
Thursday of each month
at 12:15 pm
Check for new location
Other Thursdays will be
devoted to committee meetings
Community Service Opportunties
g\go to www.tgig.org and learn more.
it’s an opportunity for us to help our communities, as well as the nation, with the fight against COVID19 - right now.
All meetings on Thursdays ARE NOW ON ZOOM
1st and 3rd Thursdays
12 - 1 PM
7/2 is our next meeting
Please join us for this week’s meeting. We are honored to have our guest speak Dr. Jon Haveman.
Dr. Haveman is the Executive Director of the National Economic Education Delegation.
He will provide an overview of the U.S. Federal Debt. As many are aware, the debt has
been growing significantly in recent years and is projected to grow for the foreseeable future.
The pandemic and government spending have exacerbated that trend.
Jon will discuss the implications of this spending and just how worried we should be
about the federal debt going forward. This is indeed a timely topic,
and you do not want to miss his discussion.
Join us on Zoom, at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83679181225?pwd=bTBaWWFXbVpSVEs2L0x0amFJdVB3dz09?
VOLUNTEER TO REACH OUT TO ISOLATED PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY - SEE OPPORTUNITY BELOW!
ZOOM MEETING LINK will be emailed.
ROTARY IS CALLING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH COVID SITUATION
MEMBERS ARE ASKED TO HELP WITH CONTACT TRACING AND CALLS TO PERSONS WHO ARE ISOLATED.
Watch this video from TGIG.org on the Volunteer Surge, too: https://youtu.be/BLp5eV6WG50?
OUR CLUB APPLIED FOR DISTRICT GRANT FOR FOOD NEEDS DURING VIRUS
Karen Satiel jumped into action and applied for one of 19 District Grants. Our club will be applying for matching $1000 to our $1000 for food needs at CAPSAR local Homeless Shelter. Consider donating $25 - $50 of your lunch money for this grant as we expect our May fundraise to take a big hit in lower revenues. Thank YOU!
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
Joe Kobailka, President 2019-20 The Cambridge Rotary Club supports many local and International causes. I invite you join us for our lunch meeting at the Russell House Tavern the first and third Thursdays of each month at 12:15 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
We make a difference at home and around the world: Our members can be found in our community & across the globe.
We see differently: Our multidisciplinary perspective helps us see challenges in unique ways.
We think differently: We apply leadership and expertise to social issues—and find unique solutions.
We act responsibly: Our passion and perseverance create lasting change.
Welcome New Members!
Welcome to our newest member and transfer from Rotary Club in Argentina, adding to our international perspective!
Our new Kendall Square Club is getting formed.
Welcome to Chiquita Rice, in the financial industry and Joyce Chen, Cambridge Innovation Center, whose applications are provisionally accepted!
Join us and be part of History!
Together We Make Good Things Happen
Cambridge Rotary is one of 34,000 Rotary Clubs worldwide working to make
our communities stronger and building peace and goodwill across the globe.
This video gives a quick overview of Rotary's work.
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