What's Happening at Rotary Club of Concord
The Rotary Club of Concord donated requested gift cards to benefit the Emergency Family Shelter on Elm Street in Concord. The Club also presented Jennifer Ubaldino, Executive Director of the Concord Carlisle Community Chest, with a check to benefit the Shelter. The Community Chest has been coordinating with the Shelter to provide needed donations. The money donated by the Rotary Club of Concord will be used for train tickets and other transportation needs for the families. We also hosted a raffle with our members at a recent meeting to assist in raising the money that was donated to the Community Chest.In the photo: Pres. Jean Goldsberry, Jennifer Ubaldino Sharon Spaulding, Sheila Watts,
Jeanne Armocida and Oleg Litvinenko 

The35th  Annual Thomas B Huckins Golf Tournament held at The Concord Country Club was a great day. The weather cooperated, the golfers had fun, and many Rotarians showed up to golf or volunteer. Karl expressed his thanks to everyone for making Monday's Rotary Golf fundraiser a success. It was a TEAM effort.  The crowd seemed pleased and we had record results with golfer numbers, tee/green sales, and with our live auction items, selling all three for over $1,000 each. Money raised will enable our club to give scholarships to local students and help with other charitable endeavors. 
Concord Rotarians gathered together on Wednesday August 23rd, to host a Barbecue at the Concord COA. Corn was donated by Verrill Farm and we cooked burgers and dogs on the grill..  About 100 senior citizens came for the food and fun. Richard Warren was the Grill Master assisted by Dave Robertson and Peter Mahler. Also on hand to serve were Jeanne Armocida, Sheila Watts, Hilary, Karl Kussin, Jean Goldsberry, John Lombard, Ingrid Detweiler, Sarah and Heather Robertson.
The Rotary Club of Concord hosted the first annual picnic at Minute Man Arc to benefit their clients on August 5, 2023. It was a beautiful day and the location at 35 Forest Ridge was  transformed into an outdoor “paradise” with picnic tables and beautiful vegetation. We provided pasta salads, cornbread and watermelon from Verrill Farm as well as lemonade and water. John Fitzsimmons, local guitar legend, was on hand to play some popular music and he encouraged folks to sing along. About 50 people from Minute Man Arc attended and enjoyed the festivities along with many Rotarians. 
In memory of June Grace, Rotarians from clubs in Concord and Bedford volunteered at a Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell home being built in Concord.  June once mentioned that a nice way to honor someone who has passed away is to volunteer for something that was important to them and so when she died in May the idea was born. Sharon Spaulding reached out to Suzanne at Habitat for Humanity who loved the idea of honoring a previous volunteer by hosting a Habitat Build Day!   June and her husband, Buck, very much enjoyed volunteering at Habitat. June had volunteered at the Carter Way Bedford Habitat project as well as a house in Concord.  
The Rotary Club of Concord, Inc.
Serving Concord, Carlisle & Surrounding Communities - Visitors welcome!
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Thursdays at 12:00 PM
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100 Domino Drive #1, West Concord
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Concord, MA 01742
United States of America
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President: Jean Goldsberry
President Elect: Rebecca Lynch
Secretary: Jeanne Armicida
Treasurer: Peter Mahler
Immediate Past President: Ingrid Detweiler