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Fellowship News - Current Feb 8, 2018
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Rotary Club of Cambridge, Mass.


Editor: Mark Orent

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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 














February 15th



Ben Wright will give us an update and commentary on the winter olympics.





Officers and Committee Chairs will provide updates.



February 22nd



Enjoy an evening of fellowship.  Guests and prospective members are welcome!



We will gather at the second floor lounge at the Cambridge Hyatt from 5:30pm - 7:00pm.



  Meeting of February 8th





Fellowship Moments 

                                                                                               Photos by jackrummel.com












Rotarians Celebrate Good News with Dollars to Benefit

the Rotary Foundation and

the Cambridge Rotary Educational Fund


 Good News Dollars focused on our own Diane Wathen and her participation in this year's district Polar Plunge.

Diane raised over $2,600 for the Rotary End Polio Now Fund











 Gerry McHugh

Conflict Dynamics International


Gerard Mc Hugh the founder and President of Conflict Dynamics International (Conflict Dynamics) was our speaker. Gerard is a humanitarian entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in international conflict resolution, humanitarian affairs, and healthcare. With a passionate belief in people’s ability to bring about change in the world around them, Gerard focuses on using bold and innovative approaches drawn from different disciplines to make a difference in the lives of people affected by war and crisis.

Motivated by his experiences working in Iraq in the late 1980s, and seeing the direct effect of conflict on people and societies, Gerard founded Conflict Dynamics in 2004 to function as an independent and innovative organization to prevent conflict and to alleviate humanitarian suffering resulting from conflict and crises.


Conflict Dynamics has designed two intersecting program areas to develop and implement innovative strategies for conflict prevention and resolution, and for humanitarian policy relevant to conflicts and other crises. These program areas are: Peacebuilding and New Frontiers of Humanitarian Action.

Through these program areas Conflict Dynamics develops new approaches to humanitarian policy and provides direct, substantive and process-related support to conflict resolution activities in the international arena. Conflict Dynamics takes a proactive, outcome-oriented approach of identifying specific points at which substantive and process-related inputs can have the highest impact. In this way, Conflict Dynamics seeks to efficiently produce results that are high quality, timely and effective.

For more information on Conflict Dynamics’ program areas and initiatives, visit Our Work.






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