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Lexington Golf Club
55 Hill St.
Lexington, MA  02421
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December 2016

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Bill Singer
Dec 05, 2016
“Secrets to Success in today’s Attention Economy.”
Dr. Mary Czajkowski
Dec 12, 2016
The State of The Lexington Public Schools
PP Domenic Sicari
Jan 02, 2017
Polar Plunge 2017
President Susan Carabbio
Jan 30, 2017
"Exploitation of Seniors - Paying Attention to Frauds from the Banking Perspective, and to IRS Scams
Younhee Shin
Feb 06, 2017
Korean Cultural Project
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State Representative Jay Kaufman Visits Rotary

Richard Johnson Curator of The Sports Museum Speaks at the Annual Lexington/Burlington Rotary Joint Meeting Celebrating the Annual Thanksgiving Day HS Football Rivalry Between the Two Towns.

Richard A. Johnson has served as Curator of The Sports Museum since 1982. He has also authored or co-authored nine books including: "The American Game; Baseball. Ethnicity, and The American Dream (editor), "The Boston Braves," "A Century of Boston Sports," "Red Sox Century," "DiMaggio, An Illustrated Life," "The Twentieth Century Baseball Chronicle," "Players of Cooperstown," "Young at Heart, The Story of Johnny Kelley," and "Ted Williams, A Portrait in Words and Pictures." The latter title was selected as one of the "noteworthy books of 1991" by the New York Times Book Review. At present Johnson is working on a comprehensive history of the New York Yankees entitled "Yankees Century" to be published by Houghton Mifflin in 2002. 

Johnson graduated from Lawrence Academy in 1974 where he was awarded the Headmasters Prize and was an All New England Prep cross country runner for two years. During his years at Bates College ('78) Johnson worked in Kildare Ireland for the Irish Georgian Society and later for the Print Department of the Boston Public Library where he served as an intern. Following college Johnson completed the Publishing Institute at the University of Denver and later worked for both the Worcester Evening Gazette and Houghton Mifflin Publishers before joining The Sports Museum as its first employee. 

With The Sports Museum, Johnson has mounted exhibits on topics as diverse as: "Women in Sports, Insights from Her Past," "Boston's Braves 1876-1952," "Fenway Park, From Duffy's Cliff to the Green Monster," "The World Cup" (in collaboration with The British Council) among many others. He has also served as a consultant to many projects and clients including The Boston Celtics, WGBH, ESPN, The Boston Museum of Science among others. 


Founder of Service Dog Project Speaks to Rotary with Some Special Friends

Nate Lamkin Senior Director of Care Dimensions Speaks to Rotary.


Town of Lexington Engineering Dept. Head John Livesy Speaks to Rotary

District 7930 Governor Nominee Bob Wood Speaks to Rotary About Rotoplast

Rotary Club of Lexington Has Annual Meeting at Minuteman High School.

Bob Gaudreau speaks to Rotary about the Shen Yun Symphony.  

Rotary Presents Check to Town of Lexington for Community Center Billiards Room
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Convention: City of peace
Though Atlanta has seen its share of violence and inequity over time, today it brims with reminders that there is another way. Get inspired while you’re visiting for the 2017 Rotary International Convention from 10 to 14 June. Take a short walk from the convention center to the Center for Civil and Human Rights. There, you can see the handwritten notes, speeches, and sermons of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., experience an interactive 1960s-era lunch counter “sit-in,” and learn more about persecuted groups all over the world. A streetcar will take you to the Martin Luther King Jr...
The Rotary Foundation ranked in list of top charities
CNBC has ranked The Rotary Foundation No. 3 in its annual list of Top 10 Charities Changing the World in 2016. The list includes some of the largest and highest-rated charities that help women, children, the poor, and the environment throughout the world, according to Charity Navigator, and that maintain high standards of financial health, accountability, and transparency of reporting. The Foundation was noted for connecting 1.2 million members from more than 200 geographic areas to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges, including projects that focus on disease prevention,...
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Parts of will be unavailable 3-5 December, beginning at 05:00 Chicago time (UTC-6), while we upgrade our membership database. During this time, areas that require sign-in (convention registration, club and district administration, grant application, giving, Rotary Club Central, etc.) and Club Finder will be unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Rotarians report email scam
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Arch Klumph’s hometown raises over $2 million through centennial celebration
Rotary members in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, celebrated 100 years of The Rotary Foundation on 23 October with a banquet and a concert by The Cleveland Orchestra that have so far raised more than $2.1 million for the Foundation's next century of good work. Arch Klumph, a Cleveland Rotarian, planted the seed for The Rotary Foundation in 1917, with his idea of having an endowment fund dedicated to "doing good in the world." Today's District 6630 leaders thought that a concert was a fitting way to honor Klumph and mark the centennial because of Klumph's love of music. Klumph performed in several...