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Executives & Directors
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Immediate Past President
Director Term End 2019
Director Term End 2019
Director Term End 2020
Director Term End 2020
Community Service Chair
International Service Chair
Vocational Service Co-Chair
Vocational Service Co-Chair
Youth Service Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Club Protection Officer
Communications-WJ Bulletin Ed
Communications-PR External
Constitution/ByLaws Chair
Fund Raising Chair
Good Cheer Co-Chair
Invocation Chair
Meeting Day Chair
Program Chair
Membership Chair
Web Administrator
Administrative Coordinator
New Mainers Initiative
Opioid Task Force Co-Chair
Opioid Task Force Co-Chair
Friday, May 31, 2019
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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Rotary This Week
Portland Rotary
will meet
Friday, May 31, 2019
at the Clarion Hotel
1230 Congress Street, Portland
*05/31/19 Deb Nelson, Author
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RotaryFest 2019

Registration for RotaryFest 2019 is open! 

To register, go to As you hopefully know by now, this is Governor John LoBosco's one-day, FREE, District Conference to be held on June 22nd at Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth. Even though it will cost you nothing, we need to know if you will attend so we know how much free food to plan for and how many children will be there for the many activities we have planned for them. We do have an alternate location lined up in the unlikely case of bad weather.

So please, register early and we look forward to seeing you at what will be a distinctive and very fun District Conference.

Volunteer Opportunities

Following is a list of our Club's volunteer projects. If you know of other opportunities, please contact Loretta:

Who to Contact
Preble Street
Resource Center
Soup Kitchen
4th Wednesday ea month
3:30-6:30 pm
Contact Gracie Johnston
Game Night
Long Creek
Youth Center
3rd Tuesday ea month
Mike Fortunato
or Jim Willey
This Week's Duty Assignments
Invocation:  David Small
Program Reporter:  Jake Bourdeau
Bits & Pieces Reporter:  John Marr
Registration/Greeter:  Tom Nickerson
Sell Meal Tickets:  Terri St. Angelo
Raffle:  Loretta Rowe

Collect Meal Tickets:  Rusty Atwood
Sgt-at-Arms:  Mike Anderson
Rotary Meeting Locations

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

May 31 - The Clarion

Jun   7 - The Clarion
Jun 14 - The Clarion
Jun 21 - Fort Williams, Club Service Day
Jun 28 - The Clarion

Jul 05 - NO MEETING - Observance Independence Day
Jul 12 - The Clarion
Jul 19 - The Clarion
Jul 26 - The Clarion

Aug 02 - The Clarion
Aug 09 - HADLOCK FIELD - Sea Dogs
Aug 16 - The Clarion
Aug 23 - The Clarion
Aug 30 - 
NO MEETING - Observance Labor Day

Blue BOLD dates are scheduled Board meeting days.

Any questions, please contact Loretta at:

Ongoing Item Donations Needed
The following items are needed on an on-going basis. Please feel free to bring them to a meeting where we will collect and distribute them to the appropriate projects.
Crutches4Africa - Crutches, canes, folding walkers and wheelchairs to be shipped to Africa. Contact: Roger Fagan,
Toiletries for the Shelters - Collect those tiny bottles of toiletries you are paying for during your next hotel visit and bring them home for members of our society who find themselves staying at a shelter and in need of personal hygiene products.