In memory of June Grace, Rotarians from clubs in Concord and Bedford volunteered at a Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell home being built in Concord.  June once mentioned that a nice way to honor someone who has passed away is to volunteer for something that was important to them and so when she died in May the idea was born. Sharon Spaulding reached out to Suzanne at Habitat for Humanity who loved the idea of honoring a previous volunteer by hosting a Habitat Build Day!   June and her husband, Buck, very much enjoyed volunteering at Habitat. June had volunteered at the Carter Way Bedford Habitat project as well as a house in Concord.  
June was a member of Rotary Club of Concord since 2002 and the Rotary Club of Worcester for 9 years prior. Actively involved in all aspects of the club, she was a Past President and Public Relations Chair. She worked tirelessly on youth engagement, international projects and local initiatives including cooking for Open Table. In addition, she could be found hosting events for Minute Man Arc and Gaining Ground, serving slush at Picnic in the Park and marching in the Patriots Day parade. June was involved in outreach to the service people at Hanscom, prison outreach for gifts to the children at the holidays and she was the champion of the Rotary Pops Concert Fundraiser. June was an active and engaged volunteer, always kind, encouraging and thoughtful to all her fellow Rotarians and is greatly missed. 
Her spirit was very much felt as more than two dozen Rotarians from Concord and Bedford clubs gathered to help paint walls and ceilings of a habitat home in Concord in two shifts on Thursday July 27th in the midst of  a heat wave! During a lunch break between shifts several Rotarians spoke and shared their memories of working on projects with June. Jean Goldsberry, President of the Rotary Club of Concord said, “This was a wonderful tribute to our beloved June Grace who epitomized the Rotary mission of Service above Self.”