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Fellowship News - Current Apr 12, 2018
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Rotary Club of Cambridge, Mass.


Editor: Mark Orent

Photos by www.jackrummel.com

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Cambridge Rotary Club



Robert Bridgeman 

Cambridge Rotary President



Rotary International



 Ian H.S. Riseley 

RI President


 Rotary District 7930



Dave Gardner 













April 19th



Your chance to hear from Committee Chairpeople and get updates on our Club. 





April 26th



Relax and share fellowship from 5:30pm - 7pm at the Hyatt.  Come join us for our monthly evening social meeting.  Bring a guest or a prospective member!








Fellowship Moments, Visiting Rotarians, and Guests 

                                                                                Captured in photos by jackrummel.com


















Rotarians Celebrate Good News with Dollars to Benefit the Rotary Foundation and

the Cambridge Rotary Educational Fund


Denise Jillson was happy about the Sunday, April 29th Inclusive 5K Road Race to honor the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing....Jack Rummel was happy to notice the diversity in the room..... Joe Kobialka was happy to have Mayor McGovern....Dan O'Neill was happy to run into Zareen, a former President of our Club........Randy Lindel was happy to see all of our guests....Michael Simon was happy to be back from vacation....Bob Hurlbut was happy about the Red Sox's strong opening streak of wins.....Mallory Slate was happy to be seated with Louise, Joanne....










Marc McGovern

Mayor of Cambridge



Mayor Marc McGovern with Denise Jillson

Photo by jackrummel.com 


We were pleased to welcome Marc McGovern, Mayor of Cambridge.


Marc is a life-long Cambridge resident, he currently lives in Central Square with his wife and children, the fifth generation of his family to reside in his home. Marc has served four terms on the Cambridge School Committee and two on City Council, as Vice-Mayor in his last term and as Mayor in his current term. 


Marc has placed a major emphasis in his work on social issues facing the residents of Cambridge.  Marc spoke at length about the efforts he has made to provide shelter to the homeless, including the new Warming Center opened this winter at the Central Square Senior Center.  The Warming Center provides another option for individuals seeking shelter from the elements.  Marc was also proud of the opening of the teen shelter opened in Harvard Square.


Outside of politics, Marc is a trained social worker, and continues to work part-time as the Clinical Support Social Worker for Farr Academy, a Cambridge school for students grades 7-12 with a range of emotional and learning problems






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