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Join your friends and neighbors on June 2nd (9am Registration and 10am Walk) for a great morning of fun and exercise at The Monastery in Cumberland, RI. Proceeds will benefit Cumberland and Lincoln animal shelters and other Rotary charities.
 
There will be raffles, a mobile vet and vendor booths.  In addition, Mr. Coffee Cup, a family owned Coffee Truck that serves coffee, pastries, breakfast sandwiches and wraps will be there!  Please support this lovely local business buy purchasing a coffee and/or snacks.  https://www.facebook.com/mrcoffeecup85/
 
All registrants will receive a complimentary Pet Walk t-shirt, a pet waste bag dispenser (Thank you AMICA Insurance!) and a bandana for each pet! We can only guarantee shirt sizes if we receive your paid registration on or before May 15, 2018.  Registration fee: $15 (Sorry no refunds)
 
Click the link below for additional details and to purchase your tickets!
 
**If you plan to use the mobile vet please bring updated copies of all of your pet's veterinary records.**
**Please be mindful of aggressive dogs. We want to maintain a safe and fun walk!**
 

The students of the Rotary Interact Club of Cumberland High School are proud to announce that they are hosting a Spring Yard Sale on Saturday, April 7th from 9 AM to 12 PM in the parking lot next to the Sher-Le-Mon Swim Club in Cumberland.  We are accepting donations of gently used goods to be sold at the Yard Sale.  If you are interested in making a donation, please come to the Sher-Le-Mon Swim Club either Tuesday, March 27th from 2:30-3:30, or Saturday, March 31st from 10-12.  Proceeds from the event will benefit the Hasbro Children's Hospital as well as our international project, the Nepal Orphans Home.  Each year, the Interact Club must organize one event that benefits an international organization of our choice.  This year, the club has decided to honor the Nepal Orphans Home.  Please read on for more information on this organization.

 

At Mondays meeting we welcomed Bart Harvey from the Pawtucket Red Sox to discuss the the new stadium project.  He spoke about the mis information regarding the financing of the project.  He demonstrated the viability of the Apex site.  He also gave several examples of minor league stadium projects that have had great success, Toledo Ohio, Duram North Carolina to name a few.  
 
November 13, 2017 - We welcome Jo-Ann Schofield President and CEO of Mentor Rhode Island and Tom Verdi from the Providence Police department we're interested to discuss the benefits of mentoring a child who has no role model to follow.  

Dr. Omar Siddiqi spoke to the Cumberland-Lincoln Rotary club about what he is doing to help the people of Zambia.  Dr. Siddiqi is the Director of the Global Neurology program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and is also an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School.  He was an American Academy of Neurology Clinical Research Training Fellow where he completed a study on the etiology of new onset seizures in HIV-infected Zambians. Dr. Siddiqi is currently conducting research evaluating novel diagnostic tests and host susceptibility factors in tuberculous meningitis.

The Cumberland-Lincoln Rotary Club, Boys and Girls from the YMCA of Pawtucket and the Rotary Interact club volunteered at Franklin Farms on July 25th!  Zucchini, Squash, Eggplant and Cucumbers we some of the vegetables picked.  The vegetables benefit the Northern RI Food Pantry as well as The Food Bank. 
Jeff Whitfield and Chuck from the Northern RI Food pantry visited the club to explain who the food pantry is and what good work they do in the community.  The pantry has distribution days on the third Saturday of each month.  The all volunteer organization accept, pack and distribute the thousands of pounds of donated food items to members of our community that need a hand.  The pantry is located in the Conway Complex on Nate Whipple Highway.  Volunteers are always welcome as are donations. 
 
The Northern RI Food Pantry is a 501c3 organization. their website is www.nrifoodpantry.org 
Lt. Governor going to war for kids education.  
 
Dan McKee challenges the state do what is right for our kids.  Let's transform education by giving administrators the power to build their systems to be great.  An important discussion ensued about how do we do this.  While we don't have all the solutions the fight for excellent education continues.
Thank you Lt.Governor for your visit.
 
 
 
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Lincoln, RI  02865
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