Club Executives
President Elect
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Director Term End 2020
Director Term End 2020
Director Term End 2021
Director Term End 2021
Club Admin/Coordinator
Club Protection Officer
Community Service
Communications - PR External
Communications - WJ Bulletin Editor
Constitution/ByLaws Chair
Fund Raising Co-Chair
Fund Raising Co-Chair
Good Cheer Chair
International Service Chair
Invocation Chair
Meeting Day Chair
Membership Chair
Music Chair
New Mainers Initiative Chair
Program Co- Chair
Program Co-Chair
Opioid Task Force Co-Chair
Opioid Task Force Co-Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Sergeant -At-Arms
Web Administrator
Web Administrator Assistant
Youth Service Chair

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Welcome to the
Rotary Club of Portland, Maine!

Portland Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:15 PM
The Clarion Hotel
1230 Congress Street
Portland, ME  04102
United States of America
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Portland Rotary
will meet
Friday, September 27, 2019
at The Clarion Hotel
1230 Congress Street, Portland
This Week at Rotary
Bob Dickey has been with RBC Wealth Management (RBCWM) for over 45 years in several roles that have all had a focus on working with the firm’s advisors and the equity markets. Bob has a large following of individuals and institutional investors in the U.S. and Canada.
As the firm’s Technical Strategist, Bob publishes the “Technical Update,” a daily public market commentary and also a monthly chart pack, “Market Maps,” which seek to guide advisors and their clients in the equity, commodity, and fixed income markets. Bob is a past winner of the Business Week Magazine Market Predicting contest and the Wall Street Journal Dartboard contest and was awarded “Best in Business” by Twin Cities Business Monthly Magazine.
Prior to joining the Portfolio Advisory Group in 1988, Bob managed the Options Department for eight years and also worked for six years in the Margin Department of RBCWM.
Bob is a lifelong resident of Edina, Minnesota, where he lives with his wife and three grown children, who are still close by. Bob majored in Architecture at the University of Minnesota.
Portland Rotary accepted our "Flags For Heroes" project with only 5 weeks to put it all together. It consisted in obtaining 100 American Flags with acceptable and sturdy stands, getting them assembled and placed in the Maine Mall, South Portland. Plus each flag was to be sponsored by someone to represent a hero in our communities.....whether a firefighter, teacher, veteran, parent, employer, first-responder and many more. As a Club, we pulled together and had a fabulous outcome!
It took many hands to make the project come to fruition:
assembling the flags and staffs together,
aligning the bases in their special locations,
placing the flags in the stands,
then affixing the dedication signage on each one, 
until the breath-taking display of flags materialized.
The project was a great success and touched many people who walked through the Mall and encountered this proud display. One such note we received from Joanna of Tenants Harbor summed it up:
"Last Thursday afternoon I was trailing through the crowds at the Maine Mall and was stunned by the sight of a small forest of American flags gently stirring beneath the sky light. Thinking it was a 9-11 memorial, I wandered into the center of it, joining others who were quietly walking, crouching to read the plaques, or simply standing there, enveloped in the red, white, and blue stillness. I discovered that it was the Flags for Heroes Exhibit, sponsored by the Portland Rotary. I learned that each flag represents  a hero who has made a contribution to their community, including educators,  therapists, medical personnel and first responders, police and firefighters, business owners - 100 names, 100 flags, 100 thank-yous to those who have given of themselves. This was a particularly moving experience for me, discovering it on the day after 9-11 and the loss that day represents. I want to thank Charlie Frair, Paul Tully, Paul Gore and all the Rotarians and volunteers who put this wonderful event together. I won’t forget it."

If you would like to mark your calendars,
we are scheduled at the following locations
through December 2019:

Sep 20 - The Clarion
Sep 27 - The Clarion

Oct 04 - The Clarion
Oct 11 - The Clarion
Oct 18 - The Clarion
Oct 25 - TBD

Nov 01 - The Clarion
Nov 08 - The Clarion
Nov 15 - The Clarion
Nov 22 - The Clarion
Nov 29 - NO MEETING - Thanksgiving 

Dec 06 - The Clarion
Dec 13 - The Clarion
Dec 20 - The Clarion
Dec 27 - NO MEETING - Christmas

Blue BOLD dates are scheduled Board meeting days.

Any questions, please contact Loretta at:

The meeting minutes for Portland Rotary Club's Board of Directors are posted on our website the month following their approval. From the "Home Page," click on the "Board Meeting Minutes" in the listing at the left and then the date of the minutes you would like to review. 

Veteran's Appreciation Lunch 2019-Register Here
Volunteer Opportunities
Al Bean, Athletic Director, USM
Oct 04, 2019
College Athletics
Morgan Frame, Mgr Orange Theory
Oct 11, 2019
Health and Wellness
Aimee Petrin, Portland Ovations
Oct 18, 2019
Portland Entertainment
Bob Johnson, Scratch Bakery
Nov 01, 2019
Starting Various Businesses
Mike Fortunato
Nov 15, 2019
D-Day - World War II
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