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Fellowship News - Current Apr 13, 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




Joanne Cohn

Cambridge Rotary President



Rotary International



 John Germ 

RI President


 Rotary District 7930




Sheryl Meehan 











April 20th



Come and hear updates from Club Officers and Committee Chairs






April 27th



Enjoy some Rotary fellowship at our evening social meeting.  Bring a guest and introduce them to Rotary!


Chalk on the Walk      



This year's Chalk on the Walk at MayFair will be held on 

Sunday, May 7, 2017 on Church Street in Harvard Square.



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Sign up to help out with set up, working during the event, and post-event clean up.







Visiting Rotarians and Guests 









         Roland Lindh, Visiting Rotarian from Sweden, with

         Natascha Finnerty. 

                                                            Photo by jackrummel.com




Fellowship Moments


Photos by jackrummel.com


Carmen Blyden and Kimberly Grace from

the Cambridge Housing Authority.


Leo Gayne, of East Cambridge Savings Bank's

Community Relations, joined us.


Sal Sagarese, Richard Nurse, and John Butler

share some fellowship.



Sal Sagarese catches up with Alice McCarter.





Rotarians Celebrate Good News with Dollars to Benefit

the Rotary Foundation and

the Cambridge Rotary Educational Fund



 Joanne Cohn was happy to see Alice McCarter with us, for the excitement of Chalk on the Walk, and for the salsa party....Richard Nurse was happy to see Alice, and for his son running in the Marathon....Joe Kobialka was happy to give the $5 to Happy Dollars that he received back from previous parking expense.....Sally Arnold was just happy.....Our speaker, Susan McLucas, was happy to be with us....Alice McCarter doesn't miss much since her move to North Carolina, but she was happy to say that she does miss Cambridge Rotary....Randy Lindel was happy to see Alice, and for the arrival of spring....Jack Rummel was happy to see Alice, and for Sal's entertainment.....Robert Bridgeman was happy for all that Sal does....Sal Sagarese was happy about the appreciation in value of the Tom Brady football Alice McCarter received a few years ago.









Susan McLucas

Healthy Tomorrow 




 Photo by jackrummel.com

Susan McLucas, Founder and President of Healthy Tomorrow, joined us.  Healthy Tomorrow is a US non-profit group based around Boston that supports the work of Sini SanumanS, which is dedicated to stopping female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as excision, in Mali and world-wide.  Healthy Tomorrow gives talks, show videos, provide technical assistance and raise funds to help end excision in Mali.


In March of 2014 Healthy Tomorrow showed the film Moolaadé at Lesley University. It is a powerful story about a village being won over to the anti-FGM position by a feisty, non-conformist woman who stands up for her daughter and other girls. The movie, which is in Bambara the local language of Mali, was shown on TV in Mali for the first time.

Susan gave a presentation at the Ethical Society of Boston in October 2012. Here's her slide show and the discussion that followed. The video she showed can be seen here.


In March 2012, Susan McLucas and Wyoma did a presentation at the Community Church of Boston about the work of Sini Sanuman. To view the event click the following links:

Talk - Susan and Wyoma presenting work of Sini Sanuman.


At a summit on FGM and child marriage in London in 2014, the Obama administration announced it would conduct a major study into FGM to establish how many women are living with the consequences of FGM in the United States and how many girls are at risk. Find out more. The study is complete now and it shows more girls and women excised or at risk of being excised than had previously been thought: 500,000.


If you have questions or would like to get involved, contact Susan at susanbmcl@gmail.com.





We'll See You This Week at Rotary!