The little Club that could
We meet Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
Cafe at ONE MONARCH DRIVE
1 Monarch Drive
Littleton, MA 01460
Posted by Dick Andersen on May 21, 2013
Come join us for the 2013 Rotary Appleman Triathlon on Sunday July 14, 2013.
For more information Appleman Triathlon
Posted by Dick Andersen on Apr 19, 2013
Rotarians camp out in Littleton Common to raise funds for ShelterBoxes
From Sunday, May 5th until Saturday, May 11th, Littleton Rotarians will be camping out in Littleton common in a ShelterBox that is identical to those being sent to assist the people left homeless after the devastating earthquakes and tsunamis throughout the world.
Rotary members and volunteers camping out include public officials and business owners joined by friends and citizens from around Littleton. The event will help to raise funds and awareness for the Rotary International affiliated ShelterBox organization. “We are inviting everyone to come out and visit our Rotarian volunteers as we camp out in Littleton Common to raise money to fund ShelterBox efforts to aid people around the world who have been devastated by natural disasters, said Paul Avella President of Littleton Rotary.”
Posted by Dick Andersen on Mar 20, 2013
Posted by Dick Andersen on Jan 27, 2013
The Littleton Rotary Club has made a donation to Life is good Playmakers to purchase 5 play kits full of Equipment. Each contains numerous play items that help child care providers conduct dozens of cooperative games and activities for young children, creating a joyful, playful environment.
Play Kits in Haiti
The work of Playmakers involves the use of play to heal and strengthen children to overcome poverty, violence and illness. Research on the Playmakers' program shows that it has a significant positive effect on the social, emotional and cognitive development of children.
"Life is good Playmakers Ayiti wish to thank the Littleton Rotary Club for the bags filled with play equipment that we received recently" said Jean Guerson Sanon, Executive Director, Life is good Playmakers Ayiti. "These play kits are used by Haitian Playmakers in schools, orphanges, psychosocial play groups etc. to help hundreds of children play joyfully. We help their child care providers explore and experience the many games and activities they can do with this equipment to bring more joy into their classrooms and nurture the creativity of the children entrusted to their care. Thank you for helping us carry out our work to heal and strengthen the children of Haiti."
Posted by Dick Andersen on Jan 15, 2013
Posted by Dick Andersen on Aug 04, 2012
The Appleman Triathlon Picture Album has been updated to include pictures from the 2012 Race.
See Race Albums from 2004 through 2012
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Of the things we think, say or do:
Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Will it build GOODWILL and
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all