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Apr 21, 2011
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President Louisa Tripp
President Elect Nicole DiDomenico
Vice President Ron Merolli
Secretary Marsha Hoffman
Treasurer Walter McKain
Past President Marsha Hoffman
Director Nicole DiDomenico
Director Mark Smith
Director Marsha Hoffman
Director Louisa Tripp
Rotary Foundation Louisa Tripp
Membership Nicole DiDomenico
PDG Harley Jordan
PDG Dan Dilena
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Northfield Senior Center

168 Wall Street
Northfield, VT 05663

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Mar 24, 2011

The new Northfield High School Interact Club!
Mar 24, 2011

Our Rotary Club is holding its 1st Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday,April 16th at 10:00am sharp - at the Northfield Memorial Park.  This will be for Ages 1-10 and there will be additional prizes given to those who find the 'special' eggs.

Mar 16, 2011

The "Pushing Out Polio" team is sponsoring one more showings of 'The Final Inch', a 38-minute film about the historic global effort to eradicate polio. All of the final showing will be on Sunday, April 10, at 1:00pm at the Savoy Theater in downtown Montpelier.  A discussion time will follow and the event is free to everyone. Come and learn about Rotary International's efforts to help eradicate polio from the world.
Jan 17, 2011

Amy Cunningham theDirector of Everybody Wins! gave a very enlightening talk about EW! at our Rotary Meeting on January 13.   It is astatewide, nonprofit, children’s literacy and mentoring program. It offers a VT Power Lunch program whichprovides mentors to read with a child at a local elementary school during theirlunchtime one day a week.  The program isnot in the Northfield schools as yet, but Amy noted they were actively pursuingimplanting this program in our town.

 Amy also said they are inneed of mentors at the Central Vermont Schools that have the EW! Program, whichare Barre City Elementary, Union Elementary in Montpelier and Thatcher BrookElementary in Waterbury – if anyone is interested you can contact them at802-229-2665 or on-line at [email protected] formore information. 


 The Challenge: The Norwich University Rotaract Club invites interested Rotary Clubs within District 7850, to participate in challenging local schools in and around Central Vermont to fundraise $1,955 per school towards Rotary International's Polio Plus Challenge.  Their goal is to have at least 10 schools accept this challenge and collectively raise nearly $20,000.  To learn more, or to schedule a presentation of this proposal at your club's next meeting, contact:  Nicole DiDomenico, President-Elect/Norwich University Rotaract Advisor of the Northfield Rotary Club. 

Why Polio?
In 1985, Rotary created PolioPlus -- a program to immunize all the world’s children against polio by 2005 -- Rotary’s centennial. PolioPlus is one of the most ambitious humanitarian undertakings made by a private entity ever. It will serve as a paradigm for private/public collaborations in the fight against disease well into the next century.

Rotary’s PolioPlus program is a shining example of the achievements made possible by
cooperation between the United Nations and non-governmental organizations.
Kofi Annan, Secretary General, United Nations 

Looking for ways to meet more neighbors, network with other Central Vermonters, and help people in need in your community and around the world?  Consider the Rotary Club of Northfield!

Through Rotary you can be a part of a global organization committed to world peace, working toward the goal of one community at a time.  Rotary International has been a driving force in the eradication of polio and now is working to alleviate other pressing issues in the poorest regions of the world.