July 28th RCOMH Club Assembly
  1. Instillation of Judith Green as a member of RCOMH, with special guest Alexander Falk, District Governor Nominee.
  2. Thank you letters from North Shore Hearing Foundation and the Marblehead Female Humane Society.
  3. Committee appointments.  See attachment.
  4. POPS report from members of the committee.  Please see attachments from Lauren and Jessica about sponsorships.
  5. Continue payment to Louise.

From the district 7930 newsletter
A top priority for Rotary District 7930 is growing and diversifying our membership to make sure we reflect the communities we serve and are inclusive of all cultures, experiences, and identities. To that extent, our district Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee is excited to announce that we have not only added many more (and diverse) members to our committee, but also created a new page on our district website that includes both Rotary and non-Rotary resources to help you with training, background information, and assessments regarding unconscious bias, creating an inclusive environment, and taking a clear anti-racist stance.

From Rev. James Bixby, Pastor Clifton Lutheran Church and Co-Chair Marblehead Racial Justice Team
After a quick search before the meeting I found some interesting info about clubs of rotary that have made an affirmative statement to the end of BLM:
I think you’re group might have some conversation to have before such a thing would be 100% accepted, which is why I applaud you for having the conversation and for inviting a great listening environment.
Regarding the July 14th meeting led by the Marblehead Racial Justice Team: From James Bixby.   Thanks again for having us and for a powerful meeting! In case it didn’t get saved out of the chat, here are some places to start for kids of various ages to begin understanding race in America:
I want to reiterate that we have a Justice Fair coming up, a great way to continue the conversation and translate education into action. Clifton Lutheran Church parking lot, August 5th starting at 4pm.

 The last few months have been unlike anything we have ever seen, and as a Rotarian I am proud of our ability to adapt and respond in our communities and around the world. I have presented ShelterBox to clubs in “virtual” meetings across the country and have witnessed how Rotary efforts are making a difference. It is inspirational.
Total Rotary club and individual Rotarian support for ShelterBox USA in District 7930 (through 6/26/2020) is $7,827!
Four D7930 clubs contributed $2,477 of the total donations, including the Bronze Donors Interact Club of Marblehead High School and the Rotary Club of Topsfield, Boxford, Middleton. 

On the 7930 newsletter
Five years ago,  a few dedicated Rotarians got together to form the first community-based ElderAct Club in the world-- the Elderact Club of Marblehead & Swampscott.  This year's annual report shows that the combined efforts of the 21 member club provided over 4,434 hours of service!   Thanks Heidi and Joan!

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