Rotary Club of Tyngsboro-Dunstable
Bridging the needs of Communities and Nations
We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Country View Restaurant
171 Middlesex Rd.Tyngsboro, MA 01879United States
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DUE TO PROBLEMS WITH THE FISH POND AT THE SPORTSMEN'S CLUB, THE SPECIAL NEEDS FISHING DAY IS POSTPONED UNTIL AFTER THE PROBLEM IS RESOLVED. PLEASE CHECK WITH THIS SITE TO LEARN ABOUT A FUTURE DATE FOR THE EVENT.
Thank you for visiting our site. Rotary Club of Tyngsboro/Dunstable is committed to serving the needs of the Tyngsboro/Dunstable communities. We currently have 10 members and are looking forward to increasing our membership. You are welcome to join us on Thursday morning at 7:30 to experience our vibrant meetings.
Upcoming events are: The Annual Holiday Book Auction at the Dingle's on December 8 and our Annual Taste of Our Towns in late March. Have a nice week and enjoy the fall foliage before it turns white.
Every year The Rotary Club of Dunstable has awarded scholarships to deserving students from Tyngsboro and Dunstable .
Applications are now available by selecting "Scholarship Application" at DOWNLOADS on the left hand side of the home page.
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY APRIL 30, 2012
Due to budgetary constraints, we may not be able to award scholarships this year or they will be awarded to a limited number of applicants.
Jianjun Peng will speak to us on November 15 about Shen Yun
Shen Yun captures the spirit of a culture long lost. The show moves quickly through regions, dynasties, and legends. Ethnic and folk dances fill the stage with color and energy. Tremendous athleticism, thunderous battle drums, and masterful vocalists are all set to animated backdrops that transport you to another world.
Performances will be in Boston Feb 08-10
Click Here for Shen Yun-Boston website
In the past few weeks excess crutches, walkers and canes have been donated to the club by the Tyngsboro Senior Center to be added to the Dracut Club's collection of CRUTCHES for AFRICA. Dracut has access to a shipping container that when full will be shipped to Africa for distribution. In the future this program will expand to other countries.
The Tyngsboro Senior Center has offered to be a drop-off point for those wishing to pass on their used crutches. We are looking for three more drop-off points in the area. Please let us know if you can offer a place or know of a place.
For further information contact Bob Guernesy at (508)380-4351 or email@example.com or go to http://www.crutches4africa.org
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What is Rotary?
Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.
Eyes on Owls
Marcia and Mark Wilson founded Eyes On Owls in 1994 as an educational enterprise that brings wild owls to your school or group so you can learn more about your wild neighbors and their habitats.The owls we care for at Eyes On Owls are permanently disabled - that is they can't survive on their own in the wild. Many of the owls are survivors of collisions with vehicles. We give each owl a safe, clean, low stress home and all the mice they need to eat (owls don't eat plants, of course). Several times a week, we bring a selection of owls to a school or group program to help people learn about these fascinating birds.We have federal and state permits to display the owls for educational programs. The owls ARE NOT pets. Our owls have sharp talons and beaks, special dietary and health requirements, as well as special housing we custom build for each bird. Non-flighted owls get handicapped ramps in their aviaries.Eyes On Owls brings live owls to you and your group. Our facility is not open to the public - this way the owls get the rest and shelter they need to stay healthy.
see their website at: http://www.eyesonowls.com/index.htm