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Fellowship News - Current Aug 10, 2017
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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

  www.cambridgerotary.org

 

Rotary International

 


 

 Ian H.S. Riseley 

RI President

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 Rotary District 7930

   

 

Dave Gardner 

DG

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August 17th

 

The video entitled Managing Change - Rotary a Century from Now. It's a speech by Silicon Valley Rotarian Mitty Chang to the International Convention in Atlanta in June. Come and see this very thought provoking and inspiring video.

 

 

 

August 24th

 

 

Our monthly evening social meeting from 5:30pm to 7pm at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.  Enjoy cocktails, appetizers, and fellowship!

 

 


 

Barry Seidman was recently diagnosed with ALS disease.  Barry and his family are going to Mass General to meet with specialists in their ALS Unit. We will keep you updated on his status.

 

 

Bob Hurlbut was hospitalized in July for heart related issues. We will update you when we hear more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please keep Barry and Bob in your thoughts.

 

 

      

 

 

  

 

 

 

  

Meeting of August 10th

 

 


 

 

Visiting Rotarians and Guests 

 

 

 

We welcomed our familiar Visiting Rotarians -  Roger Terazi of Lebanon, and Roland Lindh of Sweden. 

 

 

 

 

Fellowship Moments

 

Susan Lapierre and Bob Mansfield

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Rotarians Celebrate Good News with Dollars to Benefit

the Rotary Foundation and

the Cambridge Rotary Educational Fund

 

 

Susan Lapierre was happy to be back with us....Sal Sagarese was happy for the start of the Patriot's pre-season......Randy Lindel echoed that happiness....Roland Lindh was happy to ask for a ride back to Harvard Square, which he happily accepted in Natascha Finnerty's convertible!......Richard Nurse was happy for the completion of the Huron Avenue resurfacing project....Jack Rummel was happy about our speakers from the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce and for our Visiting Rotarians, Roger Terazi and Roland Lindh.....Ben Wright was happy that Roland was with us and sad that this visit will be ending.....David Maher echoed his happiness over the completion of the Huron Avenue project.....Robert Bridgeman was happy for the having led his first Board Meeting....Natascha Finnerty was happy that the Smithsonian obtained another contract with NASA.  

 

 


 

 

 

Program

 

The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce


                                                                                                                         Sarah Kennedy and David Maher

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We were pleased to welcome from the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce, David Maher, Executive Director, and Sarah Kennedy, Director of Government and Community Relations.  David and Sarah provided us with an overview of the Chamber's activities.  The Chamber's services to members focuses on: Advocacy, Networking, and Education.  

 

Advocacy - The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce takes an active role on public policy issues that impact the Cambridge business community. The Chamber works with legislative bodies and government agencies to bolster and enhance the economic health of the City of Cambridge. The Government Affairs Committee of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce works closely with members and Cambridge stakeholders to create partnerships that improve the quality of life, and foster a vibrant and stable economic climate in the city. The committee convenes monthly to discuss policy issues that impact the membership, and hosts speaker forums featuring elected and appointed officials.  

 

Networking - Every business needs to connect with its local community to find clients and employees, products and service providers. Whether you are a multinational corporation or an entrepreneur, the Chamber can connect members with the people, products and services necessary to thrive. 

 

Education - The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce is committed to the continued education of their members. The Chamber leverages educational resources for members to design comprehensive professional programming that combines individual expertise with the four institutes of higher learning in the city of Cambridge. 

 

It was great hearing about how the Chamber has been renergized under it's new leadership, and the important role it plays in Cambidge.

 

                                                  


 

 

We'll See You This Week at Rotary!