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    District Governor:
David Fionda
    Club President:
Peter McAllister
    Club President Elect:
John Plate
    Chartered as the
Topsfield Rotary Club
June 1966
Paul Harris

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The Tri-Town RotaNews
news for September 7 & 13, 2005


 

We Must Never Forget

 
God Bless America

    God Bless America    

September 11, 2001

What a Difference a Day Makes

 A Memorial Of Light 

Utah Remembers

Be sure to turn up the volume.
It's worth it.

 

I AM THE FLAG

 


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Annual Programs Fund

No 1 in District
2001-2002

 

 
2005 Hurricane Katrina
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(updated as events change)

 

New York Times photographic details of the destruction caused by Katrina

 
Rotarians mobilize to aid Hurricane Katrina victims

Rotary Theme 2005-2006

 
2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake
from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
(updated as events change)

 

Tsunami Aftermath in India

 

  Contribute through The Rotary Foundation to support recovery efforts in South Asia

 

Every Rotarian - $100 - Every Year

 
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Ambassadorial Scholarships

 
 
Interact

Rotary International's
service club program
for young adults, ages 14-18.

 

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Haiti Project Report
The clinic is put to work
Mar 2, 2005
It still needs to be finished, but the walls are up, the rooms are partitioned and the roof is on. This allowed us to begin seeing patients.
Clinic Pictures
Jan 27, 2005
The roof is ready to be poured.
Roof for Medical Building Almost Complete
Dec 17, 2004
Update on Medical Building

Greater Voice Project Report
Help from Fellow Rotarians
Jun 21, 2005
The Rotary Club of San Pedro de Macoris supported this TBM-DR Matching Grant project with great enthusiasm.
Fostering Audiological and Education Service in San Pedro de Macoris
Jun 16, 2004
Partners for A Greater Voice and Rotary Foundation Mission to San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
Behind the Scenes
Apr 26, 2005
Shipping goods as part of the Matching Grant project to help a school for the deaf in San Pedro de Macoris.
 

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The Tri-Town RotaNews - September 13, 2005 - A photo story.

 

September 13, 2005
A great barbeque with the Lynnfield Club
Click on the pictures below for a larger version (about 200KB).

 

 

The TBM Rotary Club Blood Drive - September 6, 8 & 10, 2005
A Great Success

Blood Drive Chair, Jan Sinclair reports that donor levels were double normal levels on the days of our blood drive. Congratulations to all who gave and who encouraged others to give.

 

The Tri-Town RotaNews - September 7, 2005

 

President Peter dinged the bell promptly at 12:20 PM and Joe Carroll gave us a thought for the day. "Remember the suffering" Rotary is truly a reflection of that statement.

 

Visiting Rotarians and Guests:

Welcome to all our visitors today, Rotarians include Mike Downey from Amesbury, Bill Scotty from Beverly. Rick Atwood and Jack Christy also joined us.

 

Make Ups:

There were no makeup cards today.

 

Fines and Happy Dollars:

  • Gretchen Marks was happy for the 2 visitors she had donate blood and her own appointment is tomorrow.

  • Bob Was gave up some cash for Harry Martin.

  • Linda Parker gave $100 towards the Katrina relief fund and her mom donated $300.

  • Gary Sinclair had a $50 donation for the hurricane relief effort. He also was happy about giving blood even though he leaked all over the place. Seems he didn't clot too well and had to be given a shirt to wear home. Gary will do anything for a free gift.

  • Joanne and Paul Travers gave $250 to the Red Cross directly.

  • Peter McAllister's son is back at it, this time its soccer. Their U13 club ended up playing in a U14 tournament and made it to the final game. Great job! Peter was also sad as Gilligan died. Where is Maryanne anyway?

  • Thank you all!!

 

Raffle:

The 4 of hearts was turned over by Joe Carroll today...guess who's going to dinner this weekend.

 

Announcements:

  • Bill Shannon was trying to peddle TBM shirts.

  • Gretchen Marks is in search of women's clothes to be donated to hurricane victims.

  • Next week we're off to the Lynnfield BBQ

  • Sept 21 we will be visiting Boston as our own Joanne Travers present Partners for a Greater Voice.

  • Attention Golfers, Dave Twitchell has a certificate for a round of golf at the Blackstone National Golf Course in Sutton MA. Bids will be accepted by the one golfer in attendance, Peter McAllister.

    Dave advises that the Distance & Time from Danvers, MA is 66 miles & approximately 1 hr. travel time.

    Click for a map.

 

Program:

Jack Christy from Amesbury spoke to us today about Amesbury for Africa. Here's the web site intro, "In 1987, Dr. S. Mark Bean , with the help of Sister Cities International, joined Amesbury, Massachusetts with Esabalu, a village with a population of 5,000 in Western Kenya. The organization that Dr. Bean founded, Amesbury for Africa, has helped make possible, working closely with the Esabalu Self Help Group, a wide range of positive changes in the lives of the villagers in Esabalu, raising the standard of living or improving the quality of life for many, and empowering many more with the idea that change is possible. At the same time, the lives of many in Amesbury have been transformed by their experiences working with and getting to know the people of Esabalu." photo by Joanne Travers

District 7930 has chosen for their centennial project to help this region with delivering water resources to the people. RI has provided grants of $300,000 to build three wells to service the village of more than 12,500 residents. A real neat aspect of the program is that the group of volunteers includes Interactors from the Amesbury High School Club.

For complete information about AFA please visit www.amesburyforafrica.org.

 

Upcoming Programs:

September 13: We will join the Lynnfield Club at their annual BBQ on September 13 at 5:00 PM on the Lynnfield Center common 
September 14: No Meeting 
September 21: Joint meeting with the Boston Club. 
October 5: Topsfield Fair 
October 19: Lisa Foly at the Middleton Jail 
November 2: Joint Meeting Friends Forever 
November 9: Bill Paisley Boxford Farmer 
November 16: Inn Between Annual Soup Luncheon 
November 23: No meeting, Thanksgiving 

 

Calendar:

October 1:

 

Rotary Theme 2005-2006

 

 

Membership News:

    Think about making your Sustaining Member contribution early this year, make a difference.

 

 

Webmaster's Notes:

  • Click here to view a window into the RI website, showing the listing of the 100% PHF clubs.

 

Joe Long                 
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