Monday, February 4, 2013
The Marlborough Rotary Club scholarship applications are being accepted.
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Monday, February 4
Editor's Note: The following information was provided by the Marlborough Rotary Club. Each year the Marlborough Rotary Club is pleased to award scholarships to several area high school seniors to further their educations at institutions of higher learning. The club awards these scholarships to Marlborough residents graduating from Marlborough High School, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (AVRTHS), and students who reside in Marlborough but attend another area secondary school. Each candidate must be a senior graduating from high school in good standing and be accepted to a two or four-year college. In addition, the club awards a $250 grant to an AVRTHS graduate in vocational studies to use to buy the tools of his/her trade. …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Rotary celebrates 90th anniversary while raising money for cancer pavilion.
Celebrating a 90th anniversary can be done in many ways, but for the Marlborough Rotary Club raising money for the UMass Memorial Marlborough Hospital's Cancer Pavilion was the ticket. “We are pleased to be partnering with the hospital to make this happen and limit the commute many patients face when getting [cancer] treatments,” said Club President Bonnie Doolin. “Now if only we can hasten a cure ... since most of us have been touched by this devastating disease [cancer] in one way or another, Marlborough Rotarians have decided to do something about that as well!” With the goal of raising $20,000 towards the pavilion, the Marlborough Rotary Club 90th Anniversary Gala will be held on September 29 at Hellenic Hall in downtown Marlborough. …
Thursday, July 26, 2012
The club is working on its fundraising efforts: First up, the 90th Anniversary Gala slated for Sept. 29.
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Thursday, July 26, 2012
The following was contributed by the Marlborough Rotary Club. Since first announcing the ambitious project to raise $20,000 for the Cancer Pavilion at UMass Memorial Marlborough Hospital just four weeks ago, the Marlborough Rotary Club’s 90th Anniversary Committee has been fully engaged in firming up the details to raise the funds and create a memorable event in just two months. “Since most of us have been touched by this devastating disease [cancer] in one way or another, Marlborough Rotarians have decided to do something about that as well!” Club President Bonnie Doolin said. The committee, led by Chairman Dr. Nicholas Kofos, with Doolin, Publicity Chair Peggie Thorsen, and Marlborough Hospital Director of Development Ellen Carlucci…
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Here is a list of things going on in and around Marlborough today.
1. As far as the weather goes, it looks like we are in store for more of the same today. That means mostly sunny skies, and temps attempting to get into the 50s. 2. Just in: "How can you get a dog to help feed, shelter, and care for homeless cats? Easy: just take him for a walk in the park. Area residents — with or without dogs — are invited to take part in MetroWest Humane Society’s (MWHS) annual Walk for Animals/A Howlin’ Good Time on Saturday, May 21, in the Split Rock Group Area of Hopkinton State Park from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine. The three-mile paved route is handicapped accessible. In addition to the walk, there will be contests, free refreshments, interactive dog games, face painting, and even animal massage therapy. 3. …