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??Rotary Thanks Bedford for Supporting Pay it Forward Meal Packaging Event

April 28, 2015

The Bedford Citizen

 

 

Rotary Club of Bedford Hosts Successful Youth Bicycle and Helmet Safety Event

June 10, 2014

The Bedford Citizen

 

Rotary Pay it Forward Meal-Packing Event Hits its Goal: 120,000 Meals Packed for Haiti

April 29, 2014

The Bedford Citizen

 

New Raised Bed Frames Installed at the Job Lane Herb Garden

May 14, 2013

The Bedford Citizen

 

Stop Hunger Now (video)

Bedford resident Nancy Smallenberger, her daughter Gretchen Smallenberger, 17, and Lowell resident Jennifer Hart package rice into bags at the John Glenn Middle School auditorium on Thursday, April 25. In total, the event produced 15,000 meals for school children in third world nations.

TMay 3, 2013he Bedford Minuteman Online

 

 

Bedford Rotary’s “Pay It Forward Day” Succeeds

April 25, 2013

The Bedford Citizen

 

How to "Pay It Forward"?  Let Us Count the Ways.

April 5, 2013

The Bedford Citizen

 

Bedford Rotary Recognizes “Gift of Life” Volunteers

September 27, 2012

The Bedford Citizen

 

9/11 Memorial at Springs Brook Park

September 12, 2012

The Bedford Citizen

 

 

Rotary Unveils New Sign

“Welcome to Bedford!”  Travelers along the Great Road from Lexington towards Bedford Center will be greeted by that sentiment on every trip, thanks to a new sign near the entrance to Shawsheen Cemetery donated to the Town by the Rotary Club of Bedford.  Made from Concord granite quarried in New Hampshire, the sign features an image of the Bedford Flag which is proudly proclaimed as the “Oldest Existing Flag in the United States”.   Ken Luther was the project’s champion, working with the granite company to design it, and promoting the project.  He eventually gained the support and approvals required from the town’s Board of Selectmen, Historic District Commission and the Department of Public Works with additional support from Bill Waite.  The sign was installed just before Bedford Day by Dave Rossi of RER Fuel, a recently retired Rotarian.   The sign project was carried out during former President Cliff Rober’s 2009-2010 tenure.  Rober commented that “Bedford is a proud, welcoming community, and the Bedford Rotary wants everyone to know it.  The sign looks great, and I think it’s something all of us can be proud of.”

The Rotary Club has a long history of supporting both capital construction and ongoing service projects in town and throughout the world.  The club was instrumental in the creation of Springs Brook Park, 9-11 Memorial Park, the restoration of the Job Lane House barn, and has done extensive work improving Bedford’s trail system.  Rotarians annually support several scholarships to Bedford High School seniors, Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) training for Bedford High School sophomores, and Bedford Bicycle Safety Helmets program.  More information about the club is available at www.bedfordMArotary.org.

 

 

Bedford Rotary Recognizes “Gift of Life” Volunteers

September 27, 2012

 

April 25, 2013