People of Action in Service Above Self
to the Acton-Boxborough Area Since 1962
SERVICE, FELLOWSHIP, AND FUN!
The Rotary Club of Action-Boxborough, located in Massachusetts, engages in service above self to make a difference in the lives of people - both locally and worldwide.
We welcome you to join us for our Club Meetings on the first and third Wednesdays from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. at the Boxborough Regency.
We also hold Social Gatherings on the fourth Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., also at the Boxborough Regency.
Check our calendar (shown immediately below) for our upcoming service, fellowship, and fun opportunities.
For more information, contact 2021-2022 President Steve Jones-D'Agostino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLUB NEWS: 2021-2022
Keynote speaker: Josh Haines tells scout's truth about Troop 284
Josh Haines, committee chair of Acton's Boys Scouts of America Troop 284, was the keynote speaker during our bi-monthly Club Meeting on December 1, 2021 at the Boxboro Regency.
He provided an overview of his troop, the following: chartering and leadership; troop events and schedule; website; finances; and youth Protection.
To watch Josh's 27-minute presentation, click here.
To download the public-version of Josh's presentation, in PDF format, click here.
To learn more about Troop 284, click here.
Life Care Center gets early Christmas gift
In a quiet, wooded setting, Life Care Center of Acton is located about two miles from Emerson Hospital in Concord, 20 miles from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and just minutes from public transit, upscale shopping and dining.
With two on-site physicians and in-house rehabilitation team, LCCA focuses on inpatient rehabilitation and 24-hour skilled nursing care, striving to help each resident and patient obtain as much independence as possible.
Teaming up with Honor Society to aid veterans
Our Golf Tournament nets $5,700 for service projects
OUR SERVICE WORLDWIDE
Our life-saving partnership with Rotary Club of Pune, India
Every year, there are newborn babies in Pune, India who need complex heart surgeries to save their lives. Unfortunately, many of the families of these children in cannot afford those procedures.
This is where Rotary comes in. Through a Global Grant approved in 2019 by The Rotary Foundation, our club has partnered with our sister club in India, the Rotary Club of Pune. Together, we are funding more than $56,000 to lead 50+ lifesaving pediatric-cardiac surgeries in Pune.
This first surgery, which was done on September 24, 2020, was a highly complex angioplasty procedure - and was very successful.
To learn more - and view more photos - click here.