|Will Barrett Honored by Club||Posted||on Jan 03, 2017||
Will Barrett is recognized by President Allan Wilson and Past President Steve Clay for his outstanding contribution to the Falmouth Rotary Club as a Past President and as Chair of the Philanthropy Committee.
|Bethany Dever Inducted To Rotary Club of Falmouth Cape Cod||Posted||on Dec 30, 2016||
Welcome to new member Bethany Dever,who was inducted to the Rotary Club of Falmouth Cape Cod. Bethany is a Financial Advisor for Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank.
|And the winners of the 2016 Holiday Raffle are....||Posted||on Dec 10, 2016||
Congratulations to all the winners of the 2016 Holiday Raffle! And thank you to all who participated and purchased chances. You help our club give back to our community by supporting us!
|Foghorn for 11/29 and 12/6 - It's a Twofer!||Posted by Adrienne Baumann||on Dec 08, 2016||
This issue of the Foghorn is a 'twofer' - a 2-in-1 double issue covering the past two meetings because quite frankly I just haven't gotten to it until now; however, it's not for lack of intent! So, my notion is that there's a lot of everything going on out there on our little piece of sandbar...time to take a deep breath and slow down to enjoy the Holidays. That being said, read on...
|Join us for our Raffle Drawing Party||Posted||on Dec 04, 2016||
We would love for you to join us next weekend for cookies & cocoa while we draw our annual raffle winners! There is still time to purchase your ticket and help us meet our yearly goal so we can help fund our annual good works and scholarship funds.
|Falmouth Rotary Makes Award to Falmouth Service Center||Posted||on Nov 29, 2016||
Brenda Swain, Executive Director of the Falmouth Service Center accepts financial award from the Falmouth Rotary Club.
3rd Annual Holiday Raffle
for Local Scholarships & Rotary Good Works
|Posted||on Oct 28, 2016||
Rotary Club of Falmouth, Cape Cod
3rd Annual Holiday Raffle
for Local Scholarships & Rotary Good Works
Have a chance to be one of the winners of $1,500 in total cash prizes
One winner drawn each day starting December 11 thru 31,2016
$200 - 3 winners
$100 - 4 winners
$50 - 6 winners
$25 - 8 winners
You will be registered for all 21 drawings. No more than 425 tickets sold.
$10 donation per Raffle Ticket
Deadline is December 10,2016
Purchase Raffle tickets at
Eight Cousins Children's Book Store'
189 Main Street
Hours: 10 am to 6 pm
Call 860 - 944- 8293
or contact member of the Rotary Club of Falmouth
Thank you for your consideration and support
Rotary Club of Falmouth Cape Cod Paints Nobska Lighthouse Fence
|Posted||on Sep 19, 2016||
The Rotary Club of Falmouth Cape Cod came out in force this past weekend to help paint the fence surrounding the iconic Nobska Lighthouse! Thank you to everyone who came out and helped, it was a great time and we thank you for your service!
Falmouth Rotarians Support Veterans During Wounded Warrior Ride
|Posted||on Sep 15, 2016||
Rotarians from the Falmouth, Cape Cod Club showed up in support of our veterans taking part in the Cape Cod Wounded Warrior Ride along the gorgeous Shining Seas bikeway. Check out our photo album for more pictures.
Rotary Club of Falmouth Cape Cod Honors Falmouth Police Chief Edward Dunne
|Posted||on Sep 13, 2016||
President Allan introduced Chief Edward Dunne and presented him with a Recognition from the Rotary Club of Falmouth to the Falmouth Police Department for its protection of the citizens of Falmouth. Chief Dunne thanked the Club and said it meant a lot to be recognized. The Department wants to give back to the community.
Chief Dunne has been in the Police Department for 38 years and now is the Chief. He recommended to us the Citizens’ Police Academy, which will run for ten weeks on Thursdays from 6:30 to 9:30 and begins on 9/17. There will be ride alongs and you will wear a bulletproof vest.
The Department is authorized for 58 Officers and hired 11 last year, which means the department trends young and eager. All those considered had a connection to Falmouth. Currently 2 are attending the Police Academy in Randolph. The Department assigns an officer as liaisons to each neighborhood of which there are 33. Officers stop at all Falmouth Schools and there will be School liaisons this year.
There was an important discussion about drug use and Narcan in response to a question from the group. Falmouth has an Opiod Coalition which combats the presence of opiods. The Department has done a good job of cleaning up pill factories in town and taking out the top dealers. The merits of Narcan were frankly discussed by Chief Dunne and on average one person a day is brought back from death by drugs by the administration of Narcan which every officer has done. It is important to recognize that drugs are an addiction not a choice which affects those in all walks of life. Falmouth is fortunate to have the presence of recovery facilities in town.
Sam P spoke of how the Police Department has empathy for all those residents of Falmouth that it serves. Thanks to Chief Dunne for his sharing the story of the Falmouth PD with us. We are fortunate to be so well served.
Sam Patterson Inducted to Rotary Club of Falmouth Cape Cod
|Posted||on Aug 30, 2016||
Welcome to our newest Rotary Club of Falmouth Cape Cod member, Sam Patterson! Congratulations on being inducted today!
New Meeting Schedule
|Posted||on Aug 30, 2016||
Rotary Club of Falmouth Fall & Winter Meeting Schedule will start with a luncheon meetings on September the 6th, 20,27 starting at 12:15pm and with a Dinner Meeting on the 13th of September starting at 6:15pm.
For October thru December 23,2016 there will be luncheons meetings on every Tuesday in the month except on the second Tuesday of every month there will be a dinner meeting. The Holiday Celebration will take place at the December 13th dinner meeting.
Meetings are open to past, present and visiting Rotarians and their guests.
Service above Self
|Emily Gedney Rotary Club of Falmouth Student of the Week||Posted||on Aug 09, 2016||
Congratulations to Emily Gedney on being honored with the Rotary Club of Falmouth's Youth Recognition Program Award this morning!
|Adrienne Baumann Inducted to Rotary Club of Falmouth||Posted||on Aug 09, 2016||
We are so excited to welcome Adrienne Baumann, Director of Marketing for the Cape Cod Children's Museum, as our new Falmouth Rotarian. She was inducted today and has already been an active member with us. Congratulations Adrienne!
|Lily Peterson Falmouth Rotary Student of the Week||Posted||on Aug 02, 2016||
Congratulations to Lily Peterson from Falmouth High School for receiving our Rotary Club of Falmouth Youth Recognition Award. An amazing young woman who is giving back at school and the community. She also travels to Boston Children's Hospital weekly to volunteer there. We are pleased to recognize you and your service above self.
|District Governor Russell Bertrand Visits the Rotary Club of Falmouth||Posted||on Aug 02, 2016||
Thank you for presenting to us District Governor Russell Bertrand and Karen Bertrand. Inspiring words to help us celebrate the 100th anniversary of Rotary International. We appreciate hearing about our mission and projects and we are excited to be on this journey with you.
|Andrew Pariseault Falmouth Rotary Student of the Week||Posted||on Jul 26, 2016||
Congratulations to Andrew Pariseault for being awarded the Youth Recognition Program Award from our Falmouth Rotary Club. He is a Falmouth High School rising student who goes above and beyond with service in our community. Well done.
|Callie Donahue Receives Falmouth Rotary's 2016 College Scholarship||Posted||on Jul 19, 2016||
The Scholarship Committee of the Rotary Club of Falmouth is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2016 Junior Year Scholarship is Ms. Callie Donahue of East Falmouth. Callie is a Biotechnology major at Rochester Institute of Technology.
|Falmouth Rotarians Volunteer at 2016 Falmouth Triathlon||Posted||on Jul 11, 2016||
Such a great showing with 18 Rotarians helping with body markings for the Falmouth Triathlon at Surf Drive Beach this early morning. We marked athletes from age 12 to 79. Thank you all. Great fun too!
|President Allan Wilson Inducted||Posted||on Jun 29, 2016||
New President Allan Wilson is inducted and shares his thoughts for our upcoming new year! Our local club motto for this year will be "Building from Strength". Congratulations to Allan! We look forward to a fruitful and strong year with you at our helm.
|2016 College Scholarship||Posted||on May 10, 2016||
The 2016 College Scholarship Application is now available under the download section of our website! Applications are due by June 1, 2016.
|15th Annual Crafts & Antiques Fair Featuring Fiddle Contest||Posted||on Aug 25, 2015||
The Falmouth Rotary will hold its 15th Craft & Antiques Fair featuring the popular Old Time Fiddle Contest the weekend of Saturday, September 5 and Sunday, September 6, 2015, at Bigelow Marine Park on Scranton Avenue in Falmouth. Hours for the fair are 8 AM to 4 PM.
"The Rotary's annual crafts fair is a family event," Rotary president Robert Osol said. The fair attracts more than 2,500 people to more than 60 vendor booths. Vendors offer antique furnishings, handmade and estate jewelry, as well as china, glassware, and crafts.
This year's event will once again feature a judged old-time fiddle contest with more than a dozen fiddlers competing. The expanded entertainment schedule will also include musician Frank O'Rourke and dance demonstrations by Falmouth Dance Academy.
Proceeds from the crafts fair help Rotary fund its scholarships for Falmouth students including the competitive College Junior Year Scholarship, grants awarded to local non –profits, efforts to support clean waters, and Rotary's worldwide effort to eradicate polio.
Entry to the event is $3 per person. Food and beverages are available for purchase. www.falmouthrotary.com
|Rotary Students of the Week - Falmouth Academy||Posted||on Aug 18, 2015||
Congratulations to our 2 Students of the week who attend Falmouth Academy!
Bourne resident Kunaal Rajagopal came to Falmouth Academy in the 8th grade and will be a senior in 2015-16. A member of the National Honor Society, Kunaal has also been elected by the students and faculty to serve as Treasurer of the Student Council in the coming year. Kunaal has consistently been a Head of School’s List student. To be named to the Head’s List, a student must earn no C’s and at least three A’s. Like the second student honored today, Eliza Van Voorhis, Kunaal is an outstanding athlete as well as an excellent student. He has played 4 years of varsity basketball and was named to the All-League Team in the Cape and Islands League this past year. He plays AAU basketball and coached this summer at the Falmouth Academy basketball camp. He hopes to play basketball in college. Kunaal is also a varsity lacrosse player and has been elected captain of both basketball and lacrosse for next year. Kunaal is a role model to the younger students at Falmouth Academy, with whom he enjoys spending time. Next year, he will teach a once-a-week elective, Recreational Games.
|2015 College Junior Scholarship Winner!||Posted||on Jul 09, 2015||
The Scholarship Committee of the Rotary Club of Falmouth, MA is pleased to announce that Ms. Amy Wilson of East Falmouth has been chosen to receive the 2015 scholarship for entering juniors. Ms. Wilson is a nursing student at Simmons College. A 2013 graduate of Falmouth High School she will receive a BSN in 2017.
|Falmouth Rotary Club Will #Shelter4Nepal This Weekend!||Posted||on Jun 25, 2015||
Even though the daily news coverage has slowed, over 500,000 victims of the earthquake in Nepal remain homeless and the monsoon season is just around the corner. As a result, the Falmouth Rotary Club is launching a major effort to raise awareness of the continued housing needs and to raise funds to help provide ShelterBoxes for ten families.
The local Rotary Club will have a ShelterBox set up at Peg Noonan Park from 10:00 am on Saturday, June 27, through 5:00 pm on Sunday, June 28. Residents and guests are invited to examine the tent and its contents, and to make a donation. The club raised over $10,000 four years ago with a similar project following the Haitian earthquake.
ShelterBoxes contain a tent that will sleep 10 people as well as the necessary supplies that families need to return to some form or normal routine and to help restore their dignity. Since its founding in 2000, the non-profit volunteer organization has collaborated with Rotary International to respond to earthquakes, floods, volcanoes, tsunamis, hurricanes, landslides, typhoons and conflict, delivering emergency humanitarian aid to communities in need.
The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the Syria crisis, and the biggest storm to ever make landfall – Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines; ShelterBox has responded to some of the largest humanitarian crises the modern world has ever known. Alongside this, they have also helped many thousands of people displaced by disasters that are not featured in the media.
The display will be manned around the clock during the weekend.
|A WALK FOR WATER IN SUPPORT OF “SISTER SCHOOL” IN MOMBASA, KENYA||Posted||on Apr 17, 2015||
The Falmouth Rotary Club is joining with the 6th Grade Students of Morse Pond School Falmouth for:
A WALK FOR WATER IN SUPPORT OF THIER “SISTER SCHOOL” IN MOMBASA, KENYA
PROJECT GOAL: $ 5,000.00
THE 311 STUDENTS OF THE 6TH GRADE HAVE ISSUED A CHALLENGE TO THE FALMOUTH AND CAPE COD COMMUNITY TO JOIN WITH THEM IN RAISING FUNDS TO INSTALL NEW WELLS AND IMPROVED SANITATION FACILITIES AT A 1300 STUDENT PRIMARY SCHOOL. THE STUDENTS WILL WALK 6 KL CARRYING 6 LITERS OF WATER IN A BACKPACK ON APRIL 17th, 2015 AT THE MORSE POND SCHOOL. THEIR STUDIES THIS SCHOOL YEAR HAVE CENTERED ON THE SERIOUS LACK OF CLEAN WATER IN THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES AND THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER CONSERVATION. MORE INFO AND BACKGROUND ON THE SCHOOL BELOW!
YOUR HELP IS ASKED IN MEETING THEIR GOAL - PLEASE SEND ANY CONTRIBUTIONS TO:
FALMOUTH ROTARY CLUB
C/O MR. JIM LANCASTER, CHAIR
P O BOX 749
EAST FALMOUTH, MA. 02536
or pay via Paypal here
Special Thanks to our Sponsors:
Cumberland Farms in East Falmouth, Kenyon's Market, Coke-Cola Distributing of Sandwich, Pepsi Bottling - in Sagamore Beach
2 cases of oranges was donated for the students participating by Stop&Shop in Teaticket.
All the water will be collected at the end of the event and donated to the Falmouth Service Center!
|Spohr Gardens Community Service Project||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Apr 14, 2015||
On Saturday, April 11, the Rotary Club, as a community project, assisted Spohr Gardens in redoing the main entrance. A sign “Welcome to Spohr Gardens” now greets you at the entrance. In addition, three waist-high panels explain 1) about Charles and Margaret Spohr, 2) the plantings about the gardens, and 3) the role of the Trustees are explained and highlighted.
|Foghorn for February 24, 2015 - More of us!||Posted by Rich Edes||on Feb 25, 2015|
|2014 Christmas Raffle Winners||Posted||on Dec 29, 2014||
Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Falmouth Rotary Christmas Raffle! Thanks to everyone who participated and we hope you will support this again in the future!
We will be updating this list thru January 10th when the final winner is chosen!
|#WorldPolioDay||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Oct 24, 2014||
|Falmouth Rotary Invites YOU To Learn About Rotary!||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Oct 20, 2014||
The Falmouth Rotary Club is inviting all those in the community interested in what Rotary does to a New Member Reception. There will be one on October 27, 2014 at Atria Woodbriar and another one on November 6, 2014 at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel. Both events will start at 6pm.
We are inviting all those interested as potential members to meet and talk to existing members, learn about various rotary programs, how to become a member and membership responsibilities, and learn about all the amazing endeavors we can accomplish together. These receptions are free of charge and include light refreshments. All interested individuals are encourage to attend.
We are requesting that all interested prospective members RSVP to Membership Chair Allan Wilson at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tel: 860 - 944 - 8293.
|Hands Across Borders Project!||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Oct 08, 2014||
On October 21,2014 the Falmouth Rotary Club and the Falmouth Elementary Schools will welcome the Consul General of Guatemala to Falmouth. Consul General Patricia Loavagnino and Vice Consul Jorge Archila will pay visits to all four of our elementary schools to address the 4th grade classes who have been working this year on a project titled "Hands Across Borders".
The students are engaged in a school to school project with"sister" schools in Guatemala. They are exploring the culture, language , and art of the country. Writing skills are being put to use in correspondence between students.
The project was conceived by members of the Falmouth Rotary Club And is part of its International and Educational Focus
The Consul General will also be attending a reception at the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce attended by our Town Manager and Selectmen from 11:30 - 1:00pm .
The day will be completed by her attendance at the Rotary Club's dinner that evening where she will be the quest of honor and the evening's speaker.
Stay tuned for more on this amazing project! Check out the International Committee page for updates
|Wounded Warriors Honored As They Ride Through Falmouth||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Sep 25, 2014||
Salute to our heroes! We joined the community in cheering on the Wounded Warrior Project bike ride on the Falmouth leg of their journey today! Thank you to all the brave men and women who give so much!
|Falmouth Rotary Club Old Time Fiddle Contest||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Aug 26, 2014||
Sunday September 14, 2013
Or check out our Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/272377159620427/
|Falmouth Rotary Announces 14th Annual Crafts & Antique Fair||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Aug 21, 2014||
Falmouth Rotary Announces 14th Annual Crafts & Antique Fair;
|Falmouth Rotary Club's Junior Year Scholarship Winner Announced||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Jul 22, 2014||
Cory A. Rivera, son of Mr. & Mrs. Allen Rivera of East Falmouth is the recipient of the Falmouth Rotary Club's Junior Year Scholarship. Cory is entering his third year of studies at Sacred Heart University. A nursing major, he has been active in many community service activities such as Habitat for humanity, Relay for Life and as student leader for Mission Matters in Mississippi. In addition to his very active volunteer activates he has maintained an impressive 3.98/4.00 grade point average.
It was very difficult to choose among this year's field of highly qualified students. All who applied are very talented and we wish them tremendous success!
|Inspired By Confuscius: RI President-elect Gary C.K. Huang chose Light Up Rotary as his theme for 2014-15||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Jun 17, 2014||
RI President-elect Gary C.K. Huang chose Light Up Rotary as his theme for 2014-15. Huang was inspired by the teachings of Chinese philosopher Confucius who said: "It is better to light a single candle, than to sit and curse the darkness."
|Falmouth Rotary - Pancakes For A Cause A Success!||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Jun 15, 2014||
Thanks to all the Rotarians, Masons, Friends and Neighbors for coming out and supporting us in our efforts to raise money to benefit our local scholarships we give out each year! We got the pancake seal of approval from the kids! Check out more pictures from the event in our photo album!
|Thanks to all our Craigville Triathalon Volunteers!||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Jun 14, 2014||
Thanks to all the Rotarians who showed up on Saturday at Craigville to volunteer at the Craigville Triathalon!
|Angela Ackerman Inducted to Falmouth Rotary Club||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Jun 13, 2014||
Join us in welcoming new Member and Rotarian: Angela Ackerman!
|Falmouth Rotary Beach Clean Up Day||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Apr 26, 2014||
Every year our club picks up the trash at Menauhant Beach including the beach, lots, dunes and the back side. The amount of trash is appalling and very obviously a big problem for our community. In our Beach Cleanup photo album we have pictures of some of the items that we cleaned up and all these things are repetitive yearly items we have to clean up. It is sad to see that our community property that is owned and enjoyed by the young and old is treated in such a way. The amount of cigarette butts, plastic, paraphernalia, broken glass and other trash will shock you. We invite you to join us in our future projects and future cleanups as we try to do our small part in making the world a better place. As always Service above Self ♥
|2014 College Scholarship Application||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Apr 23, 2014||
The 2014 College Scholarship Application is now available under the download section of our website! Applications are due by June 1, 2014.
|Local Student Receives Service Above Self Falmouth Rotary Award||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Dec 12, 2013||
Caleb Brown received the Service Above Self award at the Football Banquet
|Rotary Club of Falmouth was happy to recognize the Student Council Board of Falmouth Academy's class of 2014!||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Aug 21, 2013||
The Rotary Club of Falmouth was happy to recognize the Student Council Board of Falmouth Academy's class of 2014! The students were honored with a YMAW certificate and a gift certificate to Eight Cousins Books. Congratulations to Lilly Patterson, Luke Johns, Mary Rosbach on their accomplishments. Also pictured below are Will Potter and Mike Earley.
|Falmouth Rotary Announces 2013 Junior Year Scholarship Winner!||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Jul 24, 2013||
The Scholarship Committee of the Rotary Club of Falmouth is pleased to announce the name of the 2013 Junior Year Scholarship recipient, Meghan K. Anderson. Meghan is a junior at the University of MA-Amherst, majoring in Early Childhood Education and Psychology. The scholarship is in the amount of $5,000.00 paid in two installments. $2500.00 will be presented on July 31, 2013 at the club meeting. The balance of the award will be granted at the beginning of her senior year. Meghan is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Andersen of E. Falmouth. She graduated from Falmouth High School in June of 2011.
|Craft and Antique Fair a Great Success||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Oct 05, 2012||
Hats off to Rudy Hunter and the entire Craft Fair committee for another great event Your hard work really paid off for the club and for everyone that attended. Be sure to check out the entire photo album and the Facebook page for more pictures.
|2012 Falmouth Rotary Craft Fair Video Review by Cape Cod Mommies||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||on Sep 20, 2012||
|Another New Member for Falmouth Rotary||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 24, 2012||
Welcome to Robert Osol!
|Summer Program in Full Swing - Honoring Vincent Lin||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 24, 2012||
Rotarians recognized Vincent Lin as a Student of the Week
|Welcome new member, Amy Dellaposta!||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 17, 2012||
Falmouth Rotary welcomes its newest member.
|Congratulations to Meagan Keating and Rebecca Hiltz||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 17, 2012||
Our summer program continued - recognizing another outstanding Falmouth young adult and the recipient of our $1000 scholarship.
Megan Keating recognized by Pat Duttore
|Ted Price Honored as Student of the Week||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 10, 2012||
Congratulations to Ted Price who is entering his senior year at Falmouth High School.
|Scholarship Committee Announces 2012 College Junior Year Recipient||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 10, 2012||
Congratulations to this year's scholarship winner, Alexander Cvitan!
|Installation and Caribbean Night All in One!||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jun 19, 2012||
The 2012 Officer Installation was a night of fun and new commitments. Falmouth Rotary looks forward to the year with President Rob Crocker.
|Michael Lauf is Featured Speaker at May 29 Meeting||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on May 02, 2012||
Michael Lauf has served since December of 2010 as President and Chief Executive Officer of Cape Cod Healthcare, a regional health system with more than 450 physicians and 4,600 employees. The system is comprised of two-acute care hospitals, the largest home health services agency on the Cape (VNA), a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, an assisted living facility and numerous health programs.
|Mr. Smith goes to Washington? No, Rotarians Visit Boston!||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Apr 25, 2012||
Eight Falmouth Rotarians ventured to Boston on April 25 to visit the Massachusetts Statehouse. We were hosted by Representative David Vieira and Kathy Palmer, his legislative aide. What a wonderful and educational journey we had!
|Don Hoffer Recognized for Community Contributions||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Apr 24, 2012||
Don Hoffer is well known to Falmouth Rotarians for providing us with informative speakers and topics as well as getting us involved with other community organizations. Now Don is being recognized by the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce for his community contributions by being honored with the chairman's award.
|Rotary President Presents Polio Medal To Afghanistan President in Kabul||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Apr 20, 2012||
|Falmouth Rotary's Pancake Breakfast Planned for Armed Forces Day||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Apr 20, 2012||
Thank you for joining us for our fourth annual event that will be held on May 19 at the Falmouth Masonic Lodge on Main Street in downtown Falmouth. Check out the pictures in the photo journals link on the home page for the 2011 event.
|Summer Meetings Wrap up with an Impressive Group||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Sep 08, 2011||
We were visited by Irene between our last two meetings but we were really blown away by the talent and intelligence of our summer honorees. Thanks once again to Rich E. for his Foghorn words.
|Rotary Recognizes Falmouth Academy Student Council Officers||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Aug 17, 2011||
Mike Early, Admissions Director, joined us again to introduce the incoming officers of the Student Council. A truly inspiring group of young leaders...
|The Stream of Impressive Students Continues||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Aug 16, 2011||
We introduced the College Scholarship Awardee and met another oustanding Falmouth High School Senior.
|August 2 - Student of the Week and More!||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Aug 02, 2011||
Kat Estes, another accomplished Falmouth High School Student, was recognized as Student of the Week.
Special guests included Ann Prior of Falmouth Newcomers accompanied by Tommy Leonard of Falmouth Road Race fame. We heard wonderful things about the Falmouth Walk and how funds support non-profits in town.
Members Pete P., Bill K, Sari B. and Nick N. expounded on all the great things coming up on the Rotary calendar and service projects taking place at other venues.
Read the bulletin and wander through the photo journals to learn more.
|Student of the Week - July 26||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 26, 2011||
Congratulations to Maria Urbina and kudos for all your wonderful accomplishments.
|Student and Member Recognition Highlights of July 19 Meeting||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 20, 2011||
We continued our annual student recognition by honoring Paige Sellers, senior at Falmouth High School. And a surprise was in store for Past President Jim Lancaster.
|Annual Summer Student Recognition Kicks Off||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 12, 2011||
The club begins a new year with new officers and a time honored tradition of student recognition.
|Rotarians and Coast Guard Together for Earth Day Beach Clean-up||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Apr 23, 2011||
Blustery winds and the threat of heavy rain were not enough to keep this stalwart group away from Menahaunt Beach. Click on the link in Photo Journals for more pictures.
|WE ARE THIS CLOSE TO ENDING POLIO||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Apr 20, 2011||
After 20 years of hard work, Rotary and its partners are on the brink of eradicating this tenacious disease, but a strong push is needed now to root it out once and for all. It is a window of opportunity of historic proportions.
Your contribution will help Rotary raise $200 million to match $355 million in challenge grants received from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The resulting $555 million will directly support immunization campaigns in developing countries, where polio continues to infect and paralyze children, robbing them of their futures and compounding the hardships faced by their families.
As long as polio threatens even one child anywhere in the world, children everywhere remain at risk. The stakes are that high.
|Reach Within to Embrace Humanity||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Apr 20, 2011|
|Rotary International Credit Card||Posted by Marjorie Macy||on Jul 15, 2010||
The RI Credit Card is one more way that Rotarians can provide benefits for The Rotary Foundation.
|Mullen Hall Book Sale Exceeds Goal||Posted by Steve Clay||on Feb 25, 2010||
The student book sale at the Mullen Hall School raised $2,175.50 to buy two Shelter Boxes.
|Falmouth Rotary Club has donated $800 to the Spohr Gardens Charitable Trust||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||
The Falmouth Rotary Club has donated $800 to the Spohr Gardens Charitable Trust for the perennial and daffodil rejuvenation projects.
|Falmouth Rotary Club Donates to the Spohr Garden Charitable Trust||Posted by Amy DellaPosta||
The Falmouth Rotary Club has donated $800 to the Spohr Gardens Charitable Trust for the perennial and daffodil rejuvenation projects.
The Falmouth Girl Scouts will be continuing their efforts on replanting the original types of daffodils. Last year's planting was an outstanding success and will be enlarged in area.
Picture: Hila Lyman, Chairwoman, and Rosemary Hoskins, Director of Volunteers, accept the donation from Will Barrett, President
|Why Rotary?||Posted by Marjorie Macy|
|Rotary Partners with Amazon||Posted by Marjorie Macy||
|Shelter Box Fundraiser Is One for the Books||Posted by Steve Clay||
Just seven days after an idea was hatched on a napkin, the Falmouth Rotary Club (and friends!)pulled of a highly successful fundraiser to aid families in earthquake ravaged Haiti.
|Rotary Paints Two Rooms||Posted by Steve Clay||
The Falmouth Rotary Club painted two rooms at Community Connections in Mashpee.
|Click Here to See the Polar Plunge Video||Posted by Sean Gallagher||
This is the way to start 2010!
|Christmas Party Enjoyed by All||Posted by Steve Clay||
The annual Falmouth Rotary Club Christmas Party was held on December 22.
|New Years Polar Plunge||Posted by Steve Clay||
The annual Rotary Polar Plunge was held New Years Day under partly sunny skies with a balmy 35 degree air temperature.
|Falmouth High Football Banquet||Posted by Steve Clay||
The Falmouth Rotary Club co-sponsored the Falmouth High School's football team banquet for the 91st consecutive year.
|Many Hands Build Christmas Parade Float||Posted by Steve Clay||
The Falmouth Rotary Club was well represented in the 2009 Christmas Parade
|Hazel Tavares||Posted by Steve Clay||
Long-time Rotarian Hazel Tavares died suddenly on November 16, 2009
|2010-2011 Slate of Officers Elected||Posted by Steve Clay||
Chet Fulone and Jim Lancaster presented the Nominating Committee's slate of officers for 2010-2011.
|Rotarians Volunteer at Cape Cod Marathon||Posted by Steve Clay||
Falmouth Rotarians under the leadership of Don Hoffer volunteered at the finish line of the Cape Cod Marathon.
|Andy Cowling's Community Connections Project||Posted by Steve Clay||
Rotarian Andy Cowling is associated with Community Connections in Mashpee and he has proposed a Rotary work project.
|London Visitor Says Thank You||Posted by Steve Clay||
Peter Senior, a Rotarian from the UK, sent a nice thank you note to our club for the warm greeting that he received here.
|Rotarians on Local TV||Posted by Steve Clay||
Membership Chair Jack Rosebaum organized the effort to get Rotary on local TV.
|New Website Demonstrated at Weekly Meeting||Posted by Steve Clay||
The Falmouth Rotary Club's new website was introduced to members at the club's weekly meeting on October 13.
|Welcome to our new website!||Posted by Marjorie Macy||
We are all excited to see how ClubRunner will revolutionize the way we manage our day to day club activities, as well as communicate more effectively.