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Fellowship News - Current Feb 14, 2019
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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

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Rotary International

 


 

 Barry Rassin 

RI President

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 Rotary District 7930

   

 

Bob Wood 

DG

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February 21st

  

 

Andrew Szentgyorgi of the        Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysics Center will speak abount telescope projects

  

February 28th

 

 

No Meeting

 


March 7th


 

Mary Harris will speak to us about the origins of our annual fundraising event, Chalk on the Walk. 

      

  

 


 

 

Freezin' for a Reason

2019 Polar Plunge to End Polio


 

  

 

 

 

 

Natascha Finnerty joined dozens of other Rotarians and friends in Gloucester on February 9th to "take the plunge" into the frosty Atlantic.  Their efforts raised nearly $100,000 for Rotary's polio eradication program, which will be matched 2-to-1 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 

 

 

 

 

Meeting of February 14th 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Program

 

Dr. Ehsan Hoque

The Distressed Children and Infants and Children International

 

 

 Dr. Ehsan Hoque joined us as our speaker. In 2003, Dr. Hoque founded Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI), Inc. with the aim of providing quality education and healthcare to underprivileged children, reducing the poverty that millions of children suffer from, and preventing childhood blindness. Dr. Hoque is now a dedicated activist for children’s rights. Underlying Dr. Hoque’s work is his belief that human beings want to provide aid and support to one another, and that “real joy comes not from ease of life, wealth, or from the praise of men, but from doing something worthwhile for another.”


Dr. Ehsan Hoque feels fortunate that his life is indeed full of “real joy.” He is passionate about working for impoverished and underprivileged children, first in Bangladesh and then around the world. Dr Hoque lives in Connecticut USA with his wife Dr. Nina Hoque and their two daughters. Dr. Hoque is the only son of late Professor A.N. Shamsul Hoque, who taught political science and public administration at Duke University, USA and at Rajshahi University, Bangladesh.  

 

                                                  


 

 

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