What's Happening at Rotary Club of Concord
The Rotary Club of Concord invites you to take part in its COVID-safe 32nd annual Thomas R. Huckins Memorial Golf Tournament Monday, Sept. 21 at the Concord Country Club to benefit the Rotary Scholarship Fund and Rotary charitable projects.
The shotgun start is at 11:00 a.m. preceded by registration from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. The entry fee of $275 includes 18 holes of golf at a premier New England course, use of the putting green, golf cart, on course lunch, tournament gifts and refreshments.Mulligans will be available for purchase. There will also be a drawing for top-quality golf gear. Compete for a prize for the longest drive and closest to the pin (for men and women). And of course, take home a big prize for your hole-in-one! An early-bird special for $1,000 for a foursome expires September 10.
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On Aug. 20 Concord Rotarian Sharon Spaulding introduced  “Concord Together”, a collaboration led by local landlords and business owners to focus town-wide efforts to protect, promote, and preserve our vital small business community.  They support vulnerable small businesses through the COVID crisis by providing financial grants, offering marketing tools and ideas, linking to a range of resources, and encouraging town-wide support of Concord’s shops, restaurants, and tourist destinations. Joining Sharon were Jennifer Schunemann, co-founder of Discover Concord magazine, along with Rotarians Peter Mahler, Hilary Taylor, Karl Kussin, Helen Halloran and Steve Verril, each reporting on a different aspect of Concord Together. To appreciate the wide scope of this group’s efforts, visit their website, concordtogether.org and see the Aug. 20 issue of The Concord Journal. 
On Aug. 13, Annalisa Campanile, new Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley, reviewed its plans under her leadership. The facility is undergoing renovations while the building is unused due to COVID restrictions. The Lowe’s Charitable Foundation donated $50,000 to renovate flooring, kitchen, restrooms, lockers, furniture and a complete HVAC replacement. The Rotary Club of Concord, with a grant from District 7910, is  underwriting the creation of a study room with computers. Annalisa overviewed the Club’s programs, many of vital importance to neighborhood families through the after school programs and other offerings. Annual membership is extremely affordable. The summer camp program usually brings in extra funds, but was cancelled this year, as have other fundraisers. Rotarians are enthusiastic about continuing our relationship with the Boys and Girls Club, and look forward to resuming our activities with the children.
On Aug. 6, Our Zoom speaker was Dan Holin, Executive Director of Second Chance Cars, a non-profit organization that mobilizes low income workforce members to compete for living wage jobs through affordable car ownership. Buyers of the rehabbed cars are carefully screened, take out a no-interest loan to cover the costs, and use the vehicles in their commutes to work. Often they cut many hours from their travel schedules or are able to take jobs otherwise inaccessible to them. Very inspiring.

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