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Next meeting - Thursday, March 18th 6 pm Zoom
We hope to return to one in-person meeting per month.  Our meetings are held at the New Bedford Country Club.
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NOTICE: We meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the Month at 6pm
Dartmouth

Join Rotary for Fellowship, Networking, and Community Service

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
New Bedford Country Club
Meeting Location: 585 Slocum Road, North Dartmouth
Mailing Address: 73 Hidden Bay Drive
Dartmouth, MA 02748
United States of America
We meet in the evenings on the first and third Thursday of each month. We are currently meeting online through Zoom. contact the President for the login credentials. CarlJAlves@gmail.com
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Have you thought about giving back to your community?  Are you interested in engaging in meaningful projects with like-minded people, working collaboratively to make Dartmouth and our region a better place for all?  Then join us! 

We are actively seeking new members to join our organization. We focus on youth, seniors, and environmental projects. Our membership seeks to reflect the community that we serve, and so individuals of all genders, races, sexual orientations, nationality, abilities, veteran status, and educational backgrounds are strongly encouraged to inquire.

Members of the Dartmouth Rotary have supported the non-profit Smith Mills PreSchool to create special supply kits for returning students.
Dartmouth Rotary is proud to support the Smith Mills Preschool a non-profit organization that has been educating children for 55 years! http://www.smithmillspreschool.org/ Now accepting applications!
We are happy to help get schools back opened safely. Principal Gwen Arruda (pictured on the far right) received funds to purchase individual supply kits for each of her students to comply with CDC guidelines. Members of the Dartmouth Rotary were on hand to support the school's effort to reopen (From right to left, David Brodeur, Celia Brito, Chief Richard Arruda, Tanya Alves, Carl Alves)
 
 

Dartmouth Rotary Supports Neediest Families, Dartmouth Middle School.

Dartmouth Rotary, Dartmouth Mass Share the Harvest

Sharing the Harvest Community Farm

Located in Dartmouth, Mass at the YMCA on Gulf Hill Road; Sharing the Harvest Community Farm is a non-profit, volunteer-driven (Dartmouth Rotary members help yearly), farm that assists in the fight against hunger. Vegetables harvested at the farm are distributed to the New Bedford, Fall River and Dartmouth communities. The farm was established in 2006. It’s main goal is to reduce hunger, create volunteer stewardship and increase agricultural education.

Thanks to those volunteers like the Dartmouth Rotarians, Sharing the Harvest has donated more than 350,000 pounds of food, and has had the help from more than 17,000 volunteers! Find more information here at the YMCA in Dartmouth, MA.

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Dartmouth Rotary Club's first scholastic Chess Tournament

Chess players from the region were invited to the Dartmouth Rotary Club’s first scholastic chess tournament held on Saturday September 11th, at the Dartmouth Middle School.
 
The players participated in four rounds of chess, the first play started at 10:00. The SouthEast New England Chess Association (SENECA), provided the young players with the chessboards and pieces. Some players brought their own chess clocks.
“This was a fun program, our first, the players had fun and they learned a little bit about Rotary and service to the community” said Terri Hamm, chairperson and Rotary member.
Dartmouth Rotary Club's first Schlastic Chess Tournament
 
This program was an educational outreach by the Dartmouth Rotary which Terri helped organize. Dartmouth Rotary gives scholarships to high school students and to Vocational students.
 
For more information contact Terri at the Dartmouth Rotary Club.

 
  • Rotary Global Rewards is an exciting new member benefits program designed to make Rotary membership even more rewarding.    
  • Rotary Global Rewards offers discounts on products and services like travel, hotels, dining, and entertainment
  • It’s our way of giving back to those who give so much
  • Rotary Global Rewards are designed to help members do even more good work and build Rotary friendships

 

There are many reasons to join the Dartmouth Rotary Club:

Networking

An original goal of Rotary was to allow club members to meet periodically and enlarge their circle of business and professional acquaintances. As members of the oldest service club in the world, Rotarians represent a cross-section of their community's business owners, executives, managers, political leaders, and professionals – people who make decisions and influence policy.

Rotary began as an idea more than 100 years ago. Today, Rotary flourishes worldwide with 1.2 million members in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.

Rotary History and Archives

Is the authority on Rotary's rich, evolving history. Located in Lincolnwood, Illinois, USA, the History and Archives team continues to update and provide access to its collection of tens of thousands of items from all over the world.

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
President
Treasurer
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Vice President
Past President
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Melodies and memories

The nonprofit Music Mends Minds, launched by Rotary member Carol Rosenstein, provides people with memory loss an opportunity to reconnect through song.

Imagine Melbourne

Join us to Imagine What’s Next at the 2023 Rotary International Convention in Australia

Rotary and ShelterBox renew global partnership

Rotary and ShelterBox renew global partnership

Why Rotary is committed to mangroves

When Lindy Knowles thinks back to his childhood in the Bahamas, a particular tree is the backdrop of the best memories: the mangrove. Spindly, with twisted roots, mangroves thrive in tidal areas around the islands, including a creek near his grandmother’s house. Knowles learned to fish among

Houston clubs raise awareness about the environment, human trafficking

Convention attendees are encouraged to learn about what Houston Rotary members are doing to combat two issues facing their community.

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