Sanford-Springvale Rotary Club
We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:30 a.m.
Sanford Community Adult Education
668 Main St
Sanford, ME 04083
United States of America
Starting 2024 moving to SCAE -Sanford Community Adult Education, map below- P=Parking
 
Mee-D Thai will Host the Sanford Springvale Rotary Clubs Fundraiser to benefit the Homeless in Sanford.
 
886 Main St. Sanford, ME
Monday January 16, 2024    5:30-8:00 PM
Admission is $40 per person, includes one free signature drink PLUS complimentary samplings of all Mee-D's famous food choices.
 
Through the Spirit of EXIT Dollar-for-Dollar Matching Program, EXIT Realty Corp. International will match the net funds raised by EXIT Associates benefiting SHA Development Corporation up to $2,000 until January 30, 2024.
 
We ask that you bring 1 piece of warm clothing for the unhoused: hat, scarf, socks or mittens, coat.
For tickets you can email RotarySS.ME@gmail.com or click on the snowman below to purchase a ticket with your credit card.
JANUARY THAW

JANUARY THAW

$40.00

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In collaboration with the Sanford Housing Authority Development Corporation - 501c3 and to benefit the Community Outreach Program of the Sanford Police Department.
 
Platinum Level Sponsor- EXIT Key Real Estate, Inc.
Bronze Level Sponsor -
 
It is requested that if you have NOT been fully vaccinated, that you wear a mask while attending the event. If you are not feeling well or have a fever, please remain at home.
Chip in Fore Charity
On Friday June 23, 2023 the Kiwanis Club of Sanford and the Sanford-Springvale Rotary Club will be holding their 12th annual Chip in Fore Charity Golf Tournament at Province Lake golf course in Parsonsfield, Maine. Registration is $120 per person and includes golf, cart, and lunch. Registration starts at 8:00 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9:00. Money raised through this event supports the many charitable activities of the two service clubs including scholarships for local high school students, literacy programs, food pantries, the Sanford backpack program, and the Sanford City Trails system. You can register at https://forms.gle/m2ZV4ssenYETjupj8
 
Thanks to all of the Sanford-Springvale Rotarians and Partners Bank who donated 142 adorable stuffed animals to be given out to youngsters getting their COVID vaccine. Past District Governor Peggy Belanger, who works at the Sanford Vaccination Clinic asked for donations when the Clinic ran out recently. We responded with a pile of furry, cuddly friends who will for sure provide a whole lot of comfort - that's what Rotarians do!
Pictured: Rotary Co-Presidents Lawrence Furbish, Barbara Sutcliffe, Rotarian and Sanford Aubuchon store manager, Troy Richard, and Heather Beaupre, Rotary Co-President
 
The Aubuchon Foundation of the Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts awarded the Rotary Club of Sanford-Springvale a grant of $2,200.00. This donation was part of the “WEAre The Difference” campaign from the W.E. Aubuchon Company. Troy Richard, Sanford Aubuchon manager and Sanford-Springvale Rotarian initiated the request for the grant.

The Aubuchon Foundation, the charitable arm of the 102-store W.E. Aubuchon Company based in Westminster, Massachusetts has donated over $100,000 to community organizations throughout the Northeast providing assistance to those most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Founded by William E. Aubuchon in 1908, Aubuchon Hardware is the oldest family-owned hardware store chain in America. With more than 100 stores in New England and upstate New York, they’ve been a local mainstay for generations. Their company philosophy is “to serve those who depend on us and build on our heritage with passion and humility.”

The Sanford-Springvale Rotary Club is most grateful for this grant and will use the funds to support individuals and organizations in our community.
On December 17th and 18th, 20 Rotarians and 8 family and friends rang bells for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Drive. They raised a total of $2,757.37, which will go a long way in helping those in need in our community. At one point, a man in a car drove up and handed one of the ringers a bill. When the ringer went to put the bill in the kettle, they saw it was a $100 bill. Thanks to all that helped ring and for all those who gave!
Rotary International has recently added improving the Environment to areas of focus. To help advance that goal, they have urged Rotary Clubs around the world in the month of September to participate in cleanups of oceans, lakes, and rivers. As part of this effort, members from the Sanford-Springvale Rotary Club helped clean up portions of the Mousam River and Number One Pond. Pictured is a portion of the crew. From left to right: David Spahn, Barbara Sutcliffe, Lawrence Furbish, Diane Gerry, Roger Durant, and Bob Ferguson.
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Speaker List
Jim Borsig
Feb 29, 2024 7:30 AM
The Landing School, Arundel
Tova Zsampar
Mar 07, 2024
Red Cross - Smoke Alarms
OPEN
Mar 14, 2024
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Mar 21, 2024
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Mar 28, 2024