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CSH Rotary Club
PO BOX 156
Shelburne, VT 05482
Welcome to our club!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Shelburne United Methodist Church
30 Church Street
Shelburne, VT 05482
United States of America
Meeting call to order at 07:30 AM. Meeting adjourns at 08:30 AM.
Breakfast service begins at 07:00 AM
Featured Stories
 
President-Elect Carrie presided over today's meeting to review plans for the upcoming Halloween Parade. Many members stayed afterward to sort 1,200 golf balls into numerical sequence for safe storage until next year.
 
President-Elect Carrie thanks Deidre Holmes for her presentation about the Farm to School Program at the Charlotte Central School.
 
Our club was proud to support the CVU Redhawks Girls' Basketball team by sponsoring a hole at the program's first annual golf tournament at Cedar Knoll Country Club.  This fundraiser assists with equipment, uniforms, and scholarships to the CVU Girls Basketball Camp. Go Redhawks!
Rotary District 7850 Governor Michael Carrier visited with members during his official visit. In his presentation, DG Mike highlighted Rotary International's theme, "Serve to Change Lives" and its vision that "People Create Change". He related his impactful experience working on a clean water project in Nicaragua and encouraged us to dream big and to challenge ourselves.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to a very successful Helicopter Golf Ball Drop on Saturday morning. The CSH Rotary Club raised $11,000, which will be shared with the Fire and Rescue services in Charlotte, Hinesburg, and Shelburne. The big winner with the golf ball closest to the pin was Caleigh Thompson of Shelburne. Very special thanks to Beta Technologies for donating the helicopter and pilot, and to Steve Gonsalves and The Kwini Club for the outstanding location and support for the event.
Dr. John Brumsted, CEO of UVM Health Network, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on health care services in our region.
 
 
Many hands make light work! Rotarians made more than 100 sandwiches to assist local social service agencies.
Our guest speaker, George Georgakalis of Farmers To You, spoke about his organization that connects people to the farmers who grow their food. They grew from 28 partner families to over 1,900 partner families. These families, in the Vermont and the greater Boston area, depend on Farmers to You to carefully select foods from small-scale farmers and producers and provide quality foods to them each week, year-round. https://farmerstoyou.com
 
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Upcoming Speakers
Mariko Middleton
Oct 20, 2021
Okinawa and Japanese Heritage
Laurie Quinn
Oct 27, 2021
President, Stern Center for Language and Learning
Club Business Meeting
Nov 03, 2021
Club Meeting
Nov 10, 2021
Veterans' Day Observance
Upcoming Events
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