Welcome to the official website of Rotary District 7950

Welcome to the official website of Rotary District 7950 We are a district of 64 Rotary Clubs in Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.   Our clubs provide opportunity for over 3000 men and women to "give back" to their local communities and the world community through Rotary's guiding principle of "Service Above Self". If you're a member of one of our clubs, this site offers useful resources on district policies and events. If you're not a Rotarian but would like to learn more about one of world's most effective and enjoyable service organizations click here. Our district leadership team is led by our District Governor Steve Certa.
Welcome to the Rotary District 7950 website!
District Governor: Steve Certa
District Governor's Club Home Page
What is Rotary?
Rotary Foundation Dinner
The Rotary Foundation Dinner will be held Thursday November 9th, 2017 at the Venus de Milo restaurant in Swansea MA.  The featured speaker will be our own Razia Jan an inspiring Rotarian who opened a girls school in Afghanistan.  Registration is $46.50 per person / $465 for a table of 10.  Click here to register onlineGroup registration form can be downloaded here.
Learn more about Razia Jan by visiting https://raziasrayofhope.org/razia-jan-founder.html
Home Page News
In response to the many inquiries I have received for information,  you may donate to DISASTER AID USA,  a Rotary-sponsored organization that urgently needs supplies for victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Donations are needed and can be made by check mailed to - Disaster Aid USA, 9817 Lanham Severn Road, Lanham, MD 20706 or by visiting their website - www.disasteraidusa.org and clicking-on the Pay Pal button.
Disaster Aid USA is a Rotary Project put in place to aid in disasters in the USA and outside the USA (Globally).  A plea has come from Rotarians in TX and LA:
  • Larry Agee, Executive Director, Disaster Aid USA
  • Bob Grill, a PDG, Chair of DA USA, BOD Disaster Aid International member
  • Rotarian Volunteer Wayne Baumier, known to many Rotarians in D7950, is directing the volunteer effort through VOAD, Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, of which DA USA is a part.  Photos from Wayne will be posted on the District Web site soon in a photo album titled, Hurricane Harvey.
Money is needed for pumps, pressure washers, etc.  The ‘silt’ from the water is very damaging – so the pumps need to pump the water out and the power washers are needed to help clean.  Some areas are losing electricity, so generators are needed along with the fuel for them.  Any money raised for Harvey will be spent on Harvey relief only, as always with DAUSA.
Our own two local Rotarians, AG Joe Fillion and AG Ed McDonough are involved in Disaster & Response Relief. 
Wayne is helping to direct these efforts.  If you watch the news, much of the relief is coming from VOAD Volunteers like Wayne.
Thank you.
Rotary Club of Weymouth
134 Ward St.
Hingham, MA. 02043
September, 2017
Dear Club President;
We are again beginning to accept Long Term Rotary Exchange applications for the exchange year 2018-2019. Applications are available with country selections on the website exchangestudent.org. Applications should be submitted to the District Chair by November 1, 2017 with final interviews for the student and family being held in November, date to be determined.
Please take time to look at the website as it has much information about the exchange program. In addition, if your club would like more information on the program, we would be glad to schedule a time to present the program to you.
Yours in Rotary Service,
Stephen Albright District Chair
Cell – 508-916-1617
Jill Albright, District Outbound Chair
Cell – 508-844-3864
Click here for more information!
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Around the District
Club Events
November 2017
Youth Exchange
The Rotary Youth Exchange program offers a tremendous opportunity for students to live and study abroad, as well as opportunities for local families to host a student from another country.  Click here to learn more.

Rotary Leadership Institute

Build stronger clubs through Rotary education

  • Enfield, CT, Nov. 11, 2017
  • Boxborough, MA, Jan. 20, 2018
  • Lincoln, RI, March 31, 2018
  • Peabody, MA, April 28, 2018
  • See full schedule
Service Matters
Our own Dave Clifton and Rona Mann host a service oriented radio show on Fridays 3 pm to 4 pm Est.  Click here for more info and to listen live.

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