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Home Page Stories
The Rotary Club of Springfield Vermont recently inducted Springfield resident Debra Cox as its club president for the 2024-2025 Rotary year. 
 
Rotary club members serving as officers with Deb this year are President-Elect Sue Dana, Secretary Marty Cohn, Treasurer Michelle Chamberlain, Immediate Past President Emma McGuirk and directors-at-large Jeff Mobus, Patricia Putnam, and Bill Dakin.
In honor of its 95th anniversary, the Springfield Vermont Rotary Club donated 95 books to Elm Hill School, Union Street School, Springfield Area Parent Child Center, Springfield Family Center, and Springfield Housing Authority.
The Springfield Rotary Club hosted a successful diaper drive in April to benefit the Springfield Area Parent Child Center Diaper Bank. Thanks to the response by the community, 2,639 diapers and 1,500 wipes were collected, as well as $800 in monetary donations.
  
 
As a reward for Springfield residents collecting more than a ton of thin film plastics for the Trex Thin Film Plastics Challenge, the Trex Company (Trex) provided the Springfield Rotary Club with two outdoor benches that were placed at the bus stop on Main Street in Springfield.
Over 60 members of the Springfield Vermont Rotary Club, Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, and guests attended the Annual Governor’s Luncheon at the River Valley Technical Center on March 12, 2024 to hear Governor Phil Scott's vision for Vermont.
After matching a Rotary District 7870 Grant, the Springfield Vermont Rotary Club recently donated $2,000 to the Springfield Area Booster Club to support the Bleacher Fund.
 
Springfield Rotary Club member Jeff Mobus (left in photo) is congratulated by club president Emma McGuirk for continuing contributions to The Rotary Foundation in support of international programs that promote peace, human development, and world understanding.
 
Chester Rotary, Green Mountain Union Interact and the Springfield Rotary Club brought Christmas to the kids at Kurn Hattin Home for Children in Westminster, Vt on Dec. 14, 2023
 
The 69th Annual Springfield Vermont Rotary Club Penny Sale was held on Saturday, October 21st at Riverside Middle School in Springfield with an enthusiastic crowd in attendance.  Over 300 prizes with values from $15 to $500 were distributed. The Penny Sale netted over $15,000.  Jen McQuaide was the winner of the drawing for the Grand Prize of $5,000 in cash. In addition, Sue Dowdell was the Door Prize winner, selected from the Grand Prize tickets, for $500 in cash.
 
The Rotary Club of Springfield Vermont is hosting its second annual live butterfly release fundraiser on Friday, August 25, 2023. Donors can purchase a butterfly to release in support of Rotary’s community service projects.  
As a reward for Springfield residents collecting more than 500 pounds of thin film plastics within a ten-week period during the Trex Thin Film Plastics Challenge, the Trex Company (Trex) provided the Springfield Rotary Club with an outdoor bench that was placed at the Park Street School overlooking the Kingsbury House by the Union Park Neighborhood Association and the Springfield Park and Recreation Department.
 
For more than a decade, members of Rotary District 7870 (New Hampshire, Vermont, USA) have been helping residents of Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The district’s service projects have ranged from making upgrades to the local nonprofit radio station, to providing laptops for students, to delivering materials for traditional quilts. District Rotarians have also partnered with South Dakota Rotary clubs to fund a makerspace for native artists.

Springfield residents have shown amazing support for the plastic film recycling program that started in February of this year.  The Springfield Rotary Club signed on to the Trex Community Recycling Challenge, to collect and recycle soft plastic used by Trex to manufacture building materials such as decking.  Communities that collect 500 pounds of film plastic within a six-month period are awarded a bench.

 
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Speakers
Jeff Mobus
Jul 16, 2024
70th Annual Penny Sale
Club Assembly
Jul 23, 2024
Committee Meetings
Club Social
Jul 31, 2024
Fullerton Inn, Chester, VT
Bob Flint
Aug 06, 2024
TBA
Jennifer Scott
Aug 13, 2024
Southern Vermont’s Area Health Education Center
Club Social
Aug 28, 2024
Fullerton Inn, Chester, VT
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