On Tuesday, October 25th, our District Governor, Alexander Falk, visited our club to share his thoughts on the meaning of the 2022-2023 Rotary theme. The center image reflects the table, that we as Rotarians, join leaders, exchange ideas, and create impact. The seven dots around the perimeter are the Seven Areas of Focus which are illustrated below:
 
 
One of the major initiatives for this year is the environment and what Rotary can do to make a difference! The final piece of the theme logo is the green stick below the image. This is an implement that the aborigines from Australia use to plant, nurture, and harvest their crops. Ultimately, this reflects the tools we have at our disposal to create the Rotary we imagine.
 
Alexander provided thoughts on his journey from his initial introduction to Rotaract, the time lapse before joining The Rotary Club of Marblehead, and his involvement in Rotary Youth Exchange, and ultimately to be selected to be District Governor.
 
Finally, we had three new Rotarians installed into our club by Alexander. They were Stacey McDaniel of the Life Care Center of Stoneham, Jessica Glezellis of Reading Cooperative Bank, and Ann Marie Doris of the Stoneham Motor Company. Two other new members that will be installed soon are Heather Mell of the Greater Boston Stage Company and Roseanna Rodrigues of Northern Bank. Each of these new members will share some of their personal history at future meetings.
 
I will send an email to our membership that provides the links to all of the exciting possibilities that Alexander shared with us at his Official Visit for you to use as you define your Rotary journey. Just Imagine Rotary and find ways to make impact locally and throughout the world. There is something for everyone!
 
Alexander is always available by email at al+7930@falk.us.
 
 
 

Meet Your Stoneham Rotary Club!


Introductory Social

What would you think about an organization that provides scholarships to Stoneham high school seniors, polio vaccinations to children in third-world countries, the beautiful and well-used Gazebo on the Town Common, and assistance to local organizations that help senior citizens, veterans, children, and needy families? Do you want to know more?

The Stoneham Rotary Club would like to invite you to an upcoming meeting. Enjoy lunch on us with members of the Stoneham Rotary at Gaetano's. Find out how you can become involved in Rotary's many charitable endeavors, and how Rotary can help your cause!

There is no cost to attend, but RSVP is required. Please click here to sign up. We hope that you can join us on June 20!

For more information, contact David Gardner at djg@boydsdirect.com

We Know You Like Us - Now Show Us!

If you don't know by now, our Club has a Facebook page. If you haven't already, please take a second and "Like" our page so you can keep up on club activities and what's happening around the District and the Rotary world.
 
Click here to visit the Club's Facebook page and give us a Like. And while you're at it, invite your friends and colleagues to "Like" our page as well. We never know where our next member, sponsor, or supporter will come from.

We Connect
People

Rotary unites more than a million people

 

Through Rotary clubs, people from all continents and cultures

come together to exchange ideas, and form friendships and

professional connections while making a difference in

their backyards and around the world.

 

Locally, we are thirty service-minded individuals committed

to Making a Difference, in Stoneham and around the globe.
 

We Transform
Communities

We take action locally and globally

 

Each day, our members pour their passion, integrity, and intelligence

into completing projects that have a lasting impact.

We persevere until we deliver real, lasting solutions. 

 

The Rotary Club of Stoneham is focused on young children,

families and seniors providing scholarships,

leadership development, and service projects

which enhance their lives.

We Solve Problems

No challenge is too big for us

 

For more than 110 years, we’ve bridged cultures and connected continents to

champion peace, fight illiteracy and poverty, promote clean water and

sanitation, and fight disease.

 

The Rotary Club of Stoneham has been supporting Polio Plus through

the Annual Polar Plunge and will be part of history when polio is

officially eradicated in the next few years.
 

 

Join Leaders

Club activities, social events, and volunteer projects

offer networking opportunities that build

personal and professional connections.

Rotarians extend those networks by

visiting other clubs around the globe.

 

 
 
Club Information
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Stoneham!
Stoneham

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
PO Box 1
Stoneham, MA 02180
United States of America
 
Speakers
Upcoming Speakers
Stoneham Chorale - Tentative
Dec 13, 2022 12:15 PM
A Holiday Celebration featuring the Stoneham Chorale
Past Speakers
On Tuesday, October 25th, our District Governor, Alexander Falk, visited our club to share his thoughts on the meaning of the 2022-2023 Rotary theme. The center image reflects the table, that we as Rotarians, join leaders, exchange ideas, and create impact. The seven dots around the perimeter are the Seven Areas of Focus which are illustrated below:
 
 
One of the major initiatives for this year is the environment and what Rotary can do to make a difference! The final piece of the theme logo is the green stick below the image. This is an implement that the aborigines from Australia use to plant, nurture, and harvest their crops. Ultimately, this reflects the tools we have at our disposal to create the Rotary we imagine.
 
Alexander provided thoughts on his journey from his initial introduction to Rotaract, the time lapse before joining The Rotary Club of Marblehead, and his involvement in Rotary Youth Exchange, and ultimately to be selected to be District Governor.
 
Finally, we had three new Rotarians installed into our club by Alexander. They were Stacey McDaniel of the Life Care Center of Stoneham, Jessica Glezellis of Reading Cooperative Bank, and Ann Marie Doris of the Stoneham Motor Company. Two other new members that will be installed soon are Heather Mell of the Greater Boston Stage Company and Roseanna Rodrigues of Northern Bank. Each of these new members will share some of their personal history at future meetings.
 
I will send an email to our membership that provides the links to all of the exciting possibilities that Alexander shared with us at his Official Visit for you to use as you define your Rotary journey. Just Imagine Rotary and find ways to make impact locally and throughout the world. There is something for everyone!
 
Alexander is always available by email at al+7930@falk.us.
 
 
 

Meet Your Stoneham Rotary Club!


Introductory Social

What would you think about an organization that provides scholarships to Stoneham high school seniors, polio vaccinations to children in third-world countries, the beautiful and well-used Gazebo on the Town Common, and assistance to local organizations that help senior citizens, veterans, children, and needy families? Do you want to know more?

The Stoneham Rotary Club would like to invite you to an upcoming meeting. Enjoy lunch on us with members of the Stoneham Rotary at Gaetano's. Find out how you can become involved in Rotary's many charitable endeavors, and how Rotary can help your cause!

There is no cost to attend, but RSVP is required. Please click here to sign up. We hope that you can join us on June 20!

For more information, contact David Gardner at djg@boydsdirect.com

We Know You Like Us - Now Show Us!

If you don't know by now, our Club has a Facebook page. If you haven't already, please take a second and "Like" our page so you can keep up on club activities and what's happening around the District and the Rotary world.
 
Click here to visit the Club's Facebook page and give us a Like. And while you're at it, invite your friends and colleagues to "Like" our page as well. We never know where our next member, sponsor, or supporter will come from.