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Posted by Michael Sfirri on Apr 26, 2011

Be advised that due to ongoing water damage issues at the Captain Daniel Stone Inn

we will be meeting at alternate sites for the next several meetings. The locations are

noted below with the speaker announcements.

 
7/21/14 -  Keith koehler - BRC Fundraising - MEETING AT SMCC Brunswick Landing Building 19)
 
7/28/14  - Patty McKinnon - Safe Waterdolls - Guatemala - MEETING AT SMCC Brunswick Landing Building 19)

 

 

 

 

Posted by Michael Sfirri

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Midcoast Maine Has Got Talent - But you knew that. Now is your chance to be part of it.  On Saturday, April 5, the Rotary Club of Brunswick, Maine will present some of Maine's finest singing and dancing talent on the stage of the Crooker Theater at Brunswick High.  To be part of the action, download an application here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dFpyNmt2TkFSY210N0NkWXYwWERJQ3c6MQ

 or get one from one of our fine sponsors. 

Or keep your inner Elvis bottled up inside and just come out for an evening of wicked good entertainment.

 

Posted by Michael Sfirri

Kate Egan, president of the Curtis Memorial Library Board of Directors, and Brunswick Rotarian and retired US Navy Captain Charles "Chuck" Mull, stand in front of a bronze plaque marking the 130 year old library as a historic site. The Brunswick Pride and Heritage Committee of the Rotary Club of Brunswick sponsored the plaque's creation and dedication, honoring the library that began in 1883 as a single room at the town hall with a collection of 1300 books. The current library location opened in 1904 and is the 13th location honored by the Brunswick Pride and Heritage Committee. For a full listing, click on the Brunswick Pride and Hertiage link.Image
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ImageAs you can see from the photo the food drive Saturday February 23 was a HUGE success! Over a ton of food was collected for MidCoast Hunger Prevention Program as well as $310.00 in cash. Thank you to everyone who spent time at Shaw's on Saturday and to everyone who made a donation to help feed those who's plates are empty. We are Rotarians and we do make a difference!

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The Rotary Club of Brunswick, Maine wishes to thank all who participated in the Second Annual Hometown Idol and helped to make it a successful event. We would especially like to thank our sponsors for the event, without whom it would not be possible. Thank you again and we'll see you next year.

Posted by Michael Sfirri

The Brunswick Rotary Club recently installed a new swing-set at the Tedford Housing – Family Shelter on Federal Street in Brunswick. “There had been a swing set there but it had to be closed a few years ago as it was deteriorating and no longer safe,” says Don Kniseley, a member of the Rotary Club and former director of Tedford Housing. “Tedford did not have funds to replace the playground equipment at this time so we received a Rotary International Foundation grant and matched it with Club funds to purchase and install the swing set.”

Craig Phillips, current Tedford Housing executive director says that this is an important new addition to their work with homeless families and children. "When families are in such a stressful situation, having safe and appropriate outdoor play space really means a lot. We very much appreciate the Brunswick Rotary Clubs thoughtfulness and hard work."

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Brunswick Rotarians spent a delightful Thursday morning on April 26 spreading mulch on the Brunswick Mall,
sprucing up the appearance of the centerpiece of our town.
Posted by Michael Sfirri


Saturday, June 11 marked the dedication of the Rotary Club of Brunswick's plaque recognizing Holbrook Wharf as a unique and historical location in the MidCoast of Maine. The Brunswick Pride Committee of the Rotary Club have been identifying and recognizing those places that make our Midcoast area special and unique since 2000, and this is the 10th location to be so honored. In the photo, President Sue Chadima (left) endures the rain during the dedication ceremonies.

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