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May 17-18 -- "Multiply the Magic" -- Rotary District Conference at Spruce Point Inn. We host the District in our own home town!
Thursday, Mar 23 -- Our own Steve and Ann Demeranville share their recent adventures in India.
Thursday, May 30 -- BRHS graduating class of 2013 will be our special guests. Speaker will be Craig Hickman, 2nd African American state representative in Augusta, writer, performer, organic farmer, and president of the Winthrop Area Rotary Club.
Thursday, June 6 -- Preauction assembly as we get our act together in preparation for the great event!
Thursday, June 13 -- Our annual Lifetime Service Award, and a chance to roast and toast a truly inspirational Senior Citizen in our beloved Region.
Saturday, August 3: Our Annual Auction and Flea Market in Boothbay Common. Be there!.
April 26th, 2013 ... The Rotary Club collects used bicycles and distributes them to international employees working sesonally at many of the hotels and resturants in the Boothbay Harbor area. Above, Rotarian Seth Hedgcock's team composed of Rotarians Bill Bailey,Tony Curulla, Bob Raudenbush and Tom Churchill collect and refurbish bicycles for redistribution.
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Sakuji Tanaka - President, Rotary International
Marty Peak Helman - District Governor, District 7780
Jim Botti - President, Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club
Jen Page Osman - President-Elect, Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club
Bob Raudenbush - Vice President, Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club
The seasonal economy of the Boothbay Region couldn't happen without numerous international employees who live in our community just for a few months in the summer, and then return to their native lands. Many of these workers have no transportation or means to get to the grocery store or to do their errands, a problem compounded by the fact that some of the resorts where they live and work are "off the beaten track."