Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor
March 17 ,2024
Thanking Amy and for supplying tasty sweet bites and Elizabeth  for bringing delicious fruit last Tuesday! 
Appreciating 2 Secret Donors for
bringing sweet bites and fruit and
supplying the coffee this Tuesday!
Until the Board meets on 3/21 to firm up a meal plan
going forward, we will be asking everyone to pay by the
 "coffee only" rate of $5
(to cover the cost of compostable
flatware and paper supplies, coffee and cream).
Members who are bringing sweet bites and fruit
will not be expected to pay on the day they
supply the food.
Important Holiday Pops meeting Monday, 3/18
5:30, at Jessica Barnett's home,
217 Humphrey St.
Agenda will contain organization
of fundraising "asks" to past and new
sponsors. This is a crucial
portion of Pops preparation that will
ultimately determine the financial
success of our major fundraiser
 which supports the club's good work.
If anyone needs a ride, please call Linda
at 781-631-6938.
Don't forget...Contributions in any amount
for supporting students to visit the Living Waters
Orphanage and School this summer may
be sent to Judith Black, 33 Prospect St. or
sent directly to:
Sherry Fine
170 E. 88th St., Apt. 4H
New York, NY 10128-2204
Please mark "Summer Guatemala student trip"
in the check memo.
A huge thank you to All!"
DUESOur current third quarter dues: If you have not already
had an opportunity to get your check in,
please try to do so before this quarter
ends on March 31.
Board Meeting this Thursday, 5:30 p.m.
at Dolibers.
Agenda will include explanation of the
points raised below at the recent Northeast
President Elect Training Seminar and
how applying those points will enhance the
member experience and program of the
Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor.
The goal for next year: SPREAD THE MAGIC OF ROTARY! 
Board meetings are open to all members. Light
refreshments will be served (trying not to
ruin anyone's dinner:)
NEPETS (Northeast President Elect Training Seminar)
Held March 7, 8 and 9 at the Boston Marriott Newton
Over 450 Rotarians met together and shared ideas with Rotarians both new to Rotary and those who have been members for many years. Breakout topics included Membership, DEI, Enhancing Public Image, Creating Vibrant Clubs and the Rotary Foundation.
Mugs up, Everyone! Don't forget yours on Tuesdays.
Let's reduce the amount of paper products we use.
Get Well Cards to Louise Moore
c/o Philanthropic Lodge of Masons
62 Pleasant St., Marblehead, MA 01945
Is there something that you would like covered in the weekly Scuttlebutt? Please let Linda or Jessica know ( or
March 18, Second
Meeting for Holiday
Pops, 217 Humphrey St., 5:30 p.m.
March 19, First Day of Spring, Speaker, Sarah Bennett, Book Designer
March 21, Board Meeting, 5:30 p.m.
7 Westminster Rd.
March 26, Committee Reports, Service Project 
April 2, Club Assembly 
April 9, Speaker tba
(possible Calm in
Chaos training tbd)
April 16, Judy Gates,
Peace Corps and
Rotary partnerships
April 23, Speaker tba
April 30, Dr. Joan
McCormack, Hearing
project in Guatemala
May 7, Stephanie Brandt, Head of 
Charter School
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