P O Box 1811
Rocklalnd, ME, 04841
Club Information
Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m.
Meeting Address:
Rockland Elks Lodge
210 Rankin St
Rockland, ME 04841
United States of America
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Out-going President, Bob Bird (R), turns command over to our new Rockland Rotary President, Mike Flanagan (center) at the Change of Command Banquet, July 24th.  Carol Worcester now becomes the club's new President-Elect. The club members thank Bob for all his efforts in leading our club through a very successful and productive 2023-2024 Rotary year. President Mike was ready to assume command and has already exhibited leadership qualities that will spearhead us through a promising 2024-2025 Centennial year.  Congratulations to all!
Rockland Rotary President, Bob Bird, presents Susan Ware Page, with this year's prestigious Rockland 'Rotarian of the Year' award at the July 3rd weekly meeting.  The 'Rotarian of the Year' award is given to a member who exhibits "Service Above Self" in their daily activities and who promotes Rotary by their actions and involvement.  Susan has spearheaded the successful fundraising efforts for the Centennial, "All-Aboard" Inclusive Playground Project.  She actively participates in many club and community activities and events, while serving as vice-president on the Oceanside Little League Board of Directors.  Congratulations, Susan, for receiving this well-deserved award!
Rockland Rotary President, Bob Bird, hands Ferolyn Curtis, the District Governors Recognition Award, that was announced by District Governor, Tina Chapman, at the 7790 District Conference in Waterville, ME. 
Richard is a local sculptor and long-time Lobster Festival volunteer. He is working to recreate a bronze King Neptune statue destroyed by recent winter storms. His goal is to include two mermaids to the final sculpture. If you'd like to support this local project, check out the Neptune Returns - Me Lobster Fest gofundme campaign to make donations. The final home for the sculpture is yet to be determined, but it will most likely be somewhere around the Rockland Harbor where locals and visitors can enjoy this unique and magnificent piece of local art.
Rockland Rotary was pleased to award $1,500 scholarships to each of the 8 outstanding and highly qualified high school students from Medomak Valley and Oceanside High Schools.  The scholarship recipients and their parents were invited to a special Rotary luncheon in honor of their accomplishments.  Receiving scholarships are Sara Nelson, Maya Cannon & Evelyn Overlock from Medomak and Jean Muriro, Sophie Daggett, Hannah Erickson, Geneva Alley, and Hayley Tufts from Oceanside.
Group Photo L-R: Rotarian Kermit Voncannon, Club President Bob Bird, Scholarship Committee Tena Wallace, Jean Muriro, Hannah Erickson, Sara Nelson, Sophie Daggett, Geneva Alley, Hayley Tufts, and Scholarship Chairperson Marci Lambert.  Not pictured are Maya Cannon & Evelyn Overlock.
Rockland Rotary Club, in Partnership with the Bass Federation of Maine, kicked off their annual fishing tournament April 28 at Damariscotta Lake.  It was a perfect day to find that special fishing spot to hook the prize-winning bass.
Rockland Rotary would like to thank the boaters, sponsors, donors, and all who purchased raffle tickets in generous support of this annual fundraising event, which provides Benefaction Grants for area nonprofit organizations within our community.
The sponsors and donors were: Home Depot, FW Webb, Johnson’s Sporting Goods, Premier Garage, Auto Zone, NAPA, Bixbee Chocolate, Back Cove Yachts, E.L. Spear, and Car Quest.
South School's leadership students present a $1,100.00 check to Rotarians Emily Dillon (2nd from L) and Mike Flanagan (far L) for Rockland Rotary's "All Aboard" Inclusive Playground Project.  Under the guidance of South School's music teacher, Victoria Hamilton, the students raise money by collecting coins for this fundraising event. Rockland Rotary members heartily thank all the students and staff at South School for their smashing success in support of this project, which is specifically designed to benefit children of all abilities, within our community.
Rockland Rotary inducted two new members, Jennifer Thompson, an Envoy at The Salvation Army in Rockland, and Emma Davis, a chiropractor working at Bay Chiropractic Center. These newest members exemplify the true spirit of Rotary and are eager to fulfill Rotary's motto, "Service Above Self."
Photo: Sponsor-Jacob Post, Membership Chair & Sponsor-Eric Hebert, Jennifer Thompson, Emma Davis, and Past-President, '21-'22-Ferolyn Curtis
Rockland Rotary would like to thank Nancy West Eugley (L) and Joan Hall (R), members of the Knox County Retired Educators (KCRE), for visiting our club Wednesday to announce they are donating all raffle proceeds from this gorgeous, queen-size quilt to our All Aboard Inclusive Playground Project. Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20.  The drawing will be July 1st. 
Rockland Rotarians, Doug and Ferolyn Curtis, Jr., had the opportunity to attend the Rotary Club Marbella while vacationing in the Costa del Sol region of Spain.  During this particular meeting, a new Rotarian was being inducted into their club.  It was interesting learning the differences in their induction process.  In order to become a new member, the candidate has to deliver their classification speech and field questions from the club's members before being approved and inducted.  In turn, the Marbella members were very interested in learning about the process our club uses to induct new members.  It's amazing how Rotarians, from all over the world, make you feel welcome and at home in their respective clubs.
The Rockland Rotary Club, in partnership with The Bass Federation of Maine, held its 14th Annual Fishing Tournament at Damariscotta Lake, Sunday, April 29th. Thanks to all the generous support from sponsors, boaters, and participants, this was another successful fundraising event that helps provide Benefaction Grants to community non-profit organizations. 
Rockland Rotary is fortunate to have Elba-Gloria Rangel-Erazo inducted as their newest member.  EG not only brings her professional skills as a software consultant, but also brings artistic talents and endless energy.  Her commitment to Community Above Service is evident by her eagerness to join numerous committees and participate in club events.  Welcome EG!!
Photo: Membership Chair-Eric Hebert, President-Bob Bird, Elba-Gloria, and Sponsor-Kristin Brown
Mark your calendars for June 1st because this cornhole event you won't want to miss!  All skill levels are welcome! So, whether you're a cornhole pro or just a beginner, snag a partner and come join us for some friendly competition.  There will be cash prizes!  The more teams that participate, the bigger the prizes. It will be a fun-filled day with delicious food, baked goods, music, and plenty of cornhole.  This event is not only going to be entertaining, but it's for an amazing cause. Proceeds from this event will go toward Rockland Rotary's All-Inclusive Playground project. Please help push us over our $200,000 goal!
In 2022, Rockland Rotary received approval from the Rockland City Council to fundraise for an All-Inclusive playground to be placed at MacDougal Park, on Broadway.  April 1st, the Rockland City Council voted unanimously to accept Rockland Rotary's All-Inclusive Playground gift.  The project fundraising is in its final stages of reaching their $200,000 goal.  Once the fundraising is complete, the playground will be ordered and a community build can proceed.  On completion, the city will take over ownership and future maintenance of the playground.
Rockland Rotary participated in the annual Community Expo at the Samoset Resort to network with local businesses, organizations, and community members. Rockland Rotarians had the opportunity to promote Rotary’s humanitarian work. 
They also had the opportunity to share the exciting progress being made with our Centennial All-Inclusive Playground project that will be located at the MacDougal Park in the very near future!
Sincere thanks go out to the following Rockland Rotarians who helped make this fun day such a great success: Gene Reil, Lexi Zable, Kristin Brown, Kermit Voncannon, Mike Flanagan, Butch & Carol Worcester, Adreth Rackliff, and Ferolyn Curtis.
Photo: Carol Worcester, Kermit Voncannon, & (bottom) Gene Reil
Please join Rockland Rotary's annual Bass Fishing Tournament at Damariscotta Lake, in partnership with the Bass Federation of Maine, on Sunday, April 28, 2024.  Contact Rotarian, John Lambert at 901-568-0213 to register.
Ash Point Community School Principal, Ben Tripp, and 5th Grade teacher, Wendy Jacques, present a $686.50 check for Rockland Rotary's "All Aboard" Inclusive Playground Project.  Rotarians, Kermit Voncannon and Emily Dillon were invited to visit APCS to give a presentation about our Inclusive Playground Project.  Under the guidance of Ben, Wendy, and the APCS staff, inspired students decided to raise money by collecting pennies for this project.  Rockland Rotary heartily thanks the students and staff at Ash Point Community School for their whopping success in supporting this project, which is specifically designed to benefit children, of all abilities, within our community.  Pictured L-R: Kermit Voncannon, Rockland Rotary President, Bob Bird, Wendy Jacques, Ben Tripp, and Emily Dillon.
Rockland Rotarians, Gavin Elliott and Kristin Brown, have met all the Mandatory Requirements for New Rotary Club Members. Requirements included actively serving on at least one Committee, participating in a Club Hands-on Project, giving a brief personal history at a club meeting, attending a monthly Board of Directors meeting, visiting another Rotary Club meeting, attending a Club Social Event, serving at the Welcome Desk for two weekly club meetings, and attending any District sponsored Rotary meeting. Congratulation!
Left photo: Rotarian and Membership Chairperson, Eric Hebert with Gavin Elliott
Right photo: Rotarians Kristin Brown and Eric Hebert
Top photo:  Marc Hering, Oceanside High School's Foreign Exchange Student from Germany, shared information about how his educational program in Germany differs from his experience at Oceanside.  In Germany he studies 3 different languages, German, English, and French.  He shared information about the German culture and personal interests.
Bottom photo: A Rockland Rotary Trading Banner is presented to Marc by Rotarians Adreth Rackliff, Bob Bird (President), Jane Newcomb, and Ken Gricus.
Top photo: Rockland Rotary Club President, Bob Bird, formally inducts Joyce Mohr as our newest Rotarian.  Joyce is the owner of Taxes Plus, a tax preparation and consulting business in Rockport Maine.
Bottom photo: Membership Chairperson, Eric Hebert, President Bob Bird, Joyce, and President-elect, Mike Flanagan (sponsor) welcome Joyce as a member of the Rockland Rotary Club.
Our Rockland Rotary Club had a successful 2-day Holiday Sale over the weekend of December 16th & 17th.  Over 17 Rotarians, plus friends, and family members, donated many hours of personal time setting up and working this event. Thank you! Our club would also like to thank the Ash Point Community School for the use of their gym and the community for purchasing items which supported our efforts in raising money for our "All Aboard" Playground Project to benefit all children, especially those with physical/emotional challenges. (More photos from this event in Holiday Inventory Sale Photo Album)
Holiday Sale- Saturday and Sunday, December 16th & 17th at the Ash Point Community School in Owls Head from 10:00-4:00 both days. Come get amazing bargains on all brand new stock.  There's sterling silver jewelry, unique birdhouses, signs, paper lanterns, artwork, toys, clocks, novelty socks, towels, and many more remarkable items.  You won't want to miss this opportunity.  All proceeds will go toward the Rockland Rotary's "All Aboard" Playground to benefit all children, especially those with physical and emotional challenges.
Rockland Rotarians shared a holiday-spirited evening of fellowship and barrels of laughter at our annual Holiday Party! The Elks prepared a delicious meal, tables were festively decorated, and Carol Worcester entertained everyone with her merrymaking activity.  Rockland Rotary extends their wishes for a peaceful holiday season. (More photos can be found in our Holiday Party 2023 Photo Album)
Top photo L-R:   Camden President-elect, Bruce Cole, Augusta President Merry St. Pierre, Belfast President Steve Norman, Rockland President Bob Bird, and West Bay President Trina Kuykendall. 
Each Rotary leader shared what their respective club is doing for fundraising, projects they have participated in, and the different ways they are helping our communities.  We thank Rockland President-elect, Mike Flanagan, for spearheading this social event and organizing a delicious meal for the 45 local Rotarians who gathered for this evening of fellowship.
Rockland Rotarians had a jolly good time participating in Rockland's annual Festival of Lights parade, to kick off the Holiday Season.  With exceptional teamwork, Rotarians decorated our Rotary float in the shelter of Eric's garage, along with Kermit and the group who marched in the parade.  Butch and his co-pilot, Carol, drove the truck.  Emily was our "Mrs. Claus," who engaged the crowd. Kristin, Mike F. and Ferolyn were red-nosed reindeer, and Mike C. pushed his daughter, "Snow Princess," Evie, in a sleigh created by Stephanie McLain.  President Bob and Kip joined in the march up Main St.  The floats were spectacular and crowds of people lined the length of downtown Rockland, despite the freezing 26 degree temperatures.
Rockland Rotarians generously gave monetary donations to purchase turkeys, ham, hamburger, and other food to help fill-up the Hospitality House Family Shelter's freezers and pantry.  Rotarian, Lexi Zable, obtained a list of items the shelter needed. Then she went on a massive shopping spree and delivered the food to the shelter in time for the holidays. 
Rockland Rotary President, Bob Bird, presents our District Governor, Tina Chapman, with a check for $1,500 to go toward her District Project to decrease chronic childhood malnutrition in two villages in the Highlands of Guatemala. "Chronic childhood malnutrition is a complex problem that requires a wide range of interventions. Many efforts to reduce chronic childhood malnutrition in Guatemala address only one or a few of the interrelated causes. In this project we will address all of the causes identified in two communities and have identified 33 necessary malnutrition interventions. Such an integrated approach in neighboring villages has been shown to have a much more dramatic impact of reducing chronic childhood malnutrition than projects using just a handful of interventions. The project will be based on a community empowerment approach to ensure that the changes brought about by the project continue after Rotarians leave." (DGE Tina Chapman's District Governor's Project shared by Deb Walters)
Rockland Rotary partnered with WindowDressers to keep our neighbors in Maine warm this winter.  There will be approximately 75 Rotarians taking part in this project from Ellsworth, Castine, Hallowell, Rockland/Camden, Belfast, Calais, Waterville and Winthrop.  For every shift a Rotarian works, our district will make a donation of at least $100 to the WindowDressers program from our Rotary District 7790, which includes most of Maine and Quebec. This effort is part of Past-District Governor, Doug Curtis, Jr's, District Environmental Project.  As Rotarians, it's our mission to do good in the world.
Top: Rockland Rotarians Doug & Ferolyn Curtis, Jr., Tena Wallace, and Kristin Brown
Bottom: Rockland Rotarian Butch Worcester
Also participating but not pictured were Emily Dillon, Mike Flanagan, Adreth Rackliff and Lexi Zable.
(More photos can be found in our Photo Album.)
Wow!!! What a success the 2nd annual Cornhole Tournament was!!!!!
A huge "Thank you", "Thank you", "Thank you", to the American Legion's tournament organizers, Breanna, Shelley, Mark, Julie and Kathy. What a system they have setup to run the whole tournament flawlessly.
Rotarians-  What a turn out! So impressive!! What a team!!!
All the baked goods, sponsors, banners, organizational skills, grilling, plating expertise, cornhole tournament teams, and 50/50 put us over $5,000.00 raised.
Thanks to all!!
Emily used her superpowers again and brought in a record amount of sponsors!!  Hip, Hip, Hurray!!
The 1st and 2nd place Cornhole Tournament winners generously donated their winnings toward the playground
Rotary Teams and Team Names:  Kristin & Charlie Brown-"The Monster Mash", Immediate Past-President, Tena Wallace & Eric Hebert-"The Toss Masters",  and Ferolyn Curtis & President, Bob Bird-"Rotary #1".  Ferolyn magically appeared with banners, tickets and a strengthened throwing arm. 
Marci, John, William and Carol shined with their obvious culinary assembly, plating, and presentation skills. All plates went out like they were served from Primos! 
The baked goods added to the hips of many Cornhole participants and spectators, thanks to Tena, Ferolyn, Carol, Kristin, and Marci.
Tena delivered the meat!!! (and rolls) She's a shopper whose organizational skills proved helpful again.
Kermit, Carol, and Mike were the grill masters! They were grilling and flipping up a storm.
Butch yielding his 50/50 raffle superpower, pulled in a staggering $220.00. The winners of the 50/50, and 1st & 2nd place, all generously gave their prize money back to Rockland Rotary for the playground!
Exciting news! Join Rockland Rotary for their 2nd annual Cornhole Tournament, Saturday, October 21.  Last year everyone had SO much fun, we were asked to sponsor this event again!  You can picnic on grilled hamburgers & hotdogs, and then peruse the goodies at the bake sale table for dessert.  There will be Cornhole available for children. The American Legion will be open and beverages can be purchased there. Sign-up to play or just come and enjoy a day of family fun with us. If you would like to sponsor this event your name will be recognized on a banner. Email address:
What a great turnout at Rockland Rotary's 3rd annual Craft Fair at the Ash Point Elementary School! Shoppers were greeted by 25 talented and cheerful crafters selling their amazing and unique handmade items.  Thank you crafters and community members for supporting this fundraising event for our All-Inclusive Playground Project.
Rockland Rotary had a perfect day for their 37th annual Marcel LaCasse Memorial Golf Tournament at the Samoset Resort. Once again, our tournament was a huge success thanks to the generous support from such a generous community.  Rockland Rotary would like to thank all the Sponsors, Golfers, Volunteers, In-Kind Gifts/Donations, and the Samoset Resort who made this fundraising event so successful.  All proceeds will go for eligible local high school senior scholarships. To see all Golf Tournament photos, checkout our Photo Album.
Marcel Lacasse
Memorial Golf Tournament
Sponsored by Rockland Rotary
Friday, September 22, 2023
Samoset Resort
Rockport, Maine
$150 Entry Fee
Scramble Format
8:00 AM Registration, 9:00 AM Shotgun Start
Please join Rockland Rotary for their 37th Marcel Lacasse Memorial Golf Tournament, Friday, September 22nd on the beautiful Oceanside golf course at the Samoset Resort in Rockport.  We are looking for area golfers to form teams and join us.  All proceeds from this fun-filled event go to assist area high school seniors. The Rockland Rotary Club's annual golf tournament was so successful last year, we awarded all 11 local senior applicants with a $1,500 scholarship each for college.  We look forward to having previous and new golfers join us for this worthwhile cause.  
Sponsor sheets and Team Players Registration Forms can be obtained by contacting: Kermit Voncannon, email: or Bob Bird, email:
Rockland Rotary receives a generous donation of $2,500 for our Inclusive Playground Project from Bar Harbor Bankshares. Another $1,720 was donated directly from their employee's Casual for Cause program. Pictured L-R are Rotarian, Kermit Voncannon, Rockland Rotary President, Bob Bird, Rockland Branch Manager, Becky French and Vice-President & Director of Community Giving, Jack Frost.
What a fun-filled night of laughter and celebration at Rockland Rotary's 2023 Change of Command.  As President, Tena Wallace, passes the gavel to incoming President, Bob Bird, we want to recognize all Tena's unwavering efforts, devotion, and accomplishments this Rotary year.  Thank you, Tena, for leading our club through such a successful year.  The Rockland Rotary Club members are looking forward to another exciting Rotary year under the leadership of Bob and President-elect, Mike Flanagan. Photos from this event can be found in the Change of Command 2023 Photo Album, lower right on Home page.
President, Tena Wallace, was overjoyed to present Walker C. Hutchins with Rockland Rotary's 2023 Community Person of the Year Award at the annual Change of Command Banquet.  This distinguished award singles out one individual who has contributed significantly to the betterment of the community.  Congratulations, Walker, for this well deserved award!
Rockland Rotary President, Tena Wallace, presented Ferolyn Curtis with the Rotarian of the Year award at the annual Change of Command Banquet. "The 'Rotarian of the Year' award is given to a member who exhibits “Service Above Self” in their daily activities and who promotes Rotary by their actions and involvements." Congratulations on receiving this distinguished award!
The following five Rockland Rotarians received a Paul Harris Fellow Award at the Change of Command Banquet: Ferolyn Curtis (PH+1), Kermit Voncannon (PH+6), Doris Vertz (PH +2), Larry Bird (PH+1), and President Tena Wallace. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.  Congratulations on receiving this prestigious award!
Top photo: Our long term Rotarian and cheerleader,  Doris Vertz, passes her pom poms to volunteer, Emily Dillon, who is more than eager to carrying on the unique "Hip, Hip, Hurray!" tradition for our club. 
Bottom photo: Doris has hereby been proclaimed an Honorary Member of the Rotary Club of Rockland, Maine as of July 1, 2023, and is accorded the fellowship and privileges of such a membership.  We love you Doris!
Rotarian Ken Gricus gives the invocation at the 2023 Change of Command, and offers words of remembrance to a long-time Rotarian, John Jacob (Jack) Grossbaum, who sadly passed away this Rotary year.  Pictured with Ken is Rockland Rotary President, Tena Wallace.
Dr. David Pier presents a generous check to Rockland Rotary President, Tena Wallace, in the amount of $1,600 from Mount Pleasant Dental Care for Rockland Rotary's Inclusive Playground Project.  Emily Dillon (center) shoots off a confetti cannon in celebration of our project fundraising efforts reaching over the $100,000 mark!  
In June, Rockland Rotary presented 3 more local non-profit organizations with a $500 Benefaction Grant to assist their efforts in serving others within our community. Pictured Top-John Fromer from Merry Springs receives a grant from club President-Elect Bob Bird, Middle-Liz Schuh from the Methodist Conference Home , and Bottom-Mark Glovin Regional manager for Penquis Community Action. Liz Schuh and Mark Glovin receive their grants from Benefaction Committee Member, Doug Curtis, Jr. and club Vice-President, Mike Flanagan.
On June 14th, Rockland Rotary President, Tena Wallace, presented each of the following local non-profit organizations with a $500 Benefaction Grant to assist their efforts in serving others within our community. Pictured top L-R are Amy Hutchinson from Trekkers and Meridith Batley representing Knox Clinic. Pictured bottom L-R are Ron Staschak from Loaves and Fishes, and Scott Browning from Midcoast School of Technology.
Rockland Rotary was pleased to award eleven $1,500 scholarships to each of the outstanding and highly qualified recipients from Medomalk Valley, Oceanside, and Coastal Christian High Schools. The students and their parents were invited to a special Rotary luncheon in honor of their accomplishments.  Adeliade Hendricks opened the meeting by singing the Star Spangled Banner, which was an amazing performance. Rockland Rotarians wish each of these students much success as they continue their education. Pictured front to back are Martina Straka, Cassidy Novicka, Ruth Bois, Quinn Overlock, Olivia Pelky, Winter Adams (back), Kylea Stone, Adeliade Hendricks, Scholarship Co-chairperson, Kathy Barker and Scholarship Co-chairperson, President Tena Wallace. Not pictured, but receiving scholarships are Olivia VanBuskirk, Grace VanBuskirk, and Emily Sykes.
Top L-R: Kylea Stone, Winter Adams 
Bottom L-R: Adelaide Hendricks and Olivia Pelky
Top L-R: Quinn Overlock, Ruth Bois 
Bottom L-R: Cassidy Novicka, Martina Straka
Jason Constantine, President of Back Cove Yachts, presents a check for Rockland Rotary's Inclusive Playground Project to club President, Tena Wallace (L) and  Rotarian Susan Page (R) for $2,500. Rockland Rotary thanks Back Cove Yachts for their generous support.
In partnership with the Rockland Rotary Club, The Bass Federation of Maine kicked off their annual Fishing Tournament at Damariscotta Lake, April 30th. The participating boaters braved the cold wind and rain for 8 hours to hook the prize-winning bass.  Rockland Rotary would like to thank the boaters, sponsors, donors, and all who purchased raffle tickets in generous support of this annual fundraising event to provide Benefaction Grants for area non-profit organizations within our community.  The sponsors and donors were: Key Ford, Prock Marine, Back Cove Yachts, Mr. Tire, Bird Enterprises, Jay Carlson, Newcomb & Harrell, P.A., Doug Curtis, Jr., Susan Ware Page, FW Webb, Lowes, Home Depot, NAPA, Jeff’s Marine, E.L. Spear Lumber & Hardware, Inc., Auto Zone, and Johnson’s Sporting Goods. Visit our Bass Fishing Tournament 2023 in Photo Albums for more photos.
Rockland City Councilor, Penny York, presented the Rockland Rotary Club with a $5,000 donation in support of the Rockland Rotary’s Centennial "All-Aboard" Inclusive Playground Project. She donated $2,500 herself (to include her $1,800 City Councilor’s stipend) in addition to a charitable giving match of $2,500 from her employer, Bank of America. Penny stated, “Every kid has the right to play. I want to thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this project. I want to, hopefully, encourage other members of the community to step up and do what they can to make this happen.” What a wonderful example of Rotary’s motto,  “Service Above Self.”   step up and do what they can to make this happen.” What a wonderful example of Rotary’s motto, “Service Above Self.” Pictured L to R: Tena Wallace, Rotary Club President, Penny York, Rockland City Councilor, and Emily Dillon, Rockland Rotarian.
There was a fabulous turnout at the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber Business & Community Expo at the Samoset Resort, March 28th.  Rockland Rotarians had the opportunity to meet several people from the community who were interested in learning more about Rockland Rotary and our "All Aboard" Inclusive Playground project.  It was great way to network with the community. Thank you Rotarians who helped setup, work, and make this a fun and successful event!
Speaker-Emma Davis
Jul 17, 2024
Classification Talk
Speaker-Jenn Thompson
Jul 24, 2024
Classification Talk
Rebecca or Hillary
Aug 07, 2024
New Hope for Women
Speaker-Meredith Batley
Aug 14, 2024
Knox County Health Clinic
Speaker-Whitney Files
Aug 21, 2024
Sharon Turner (a mother and son operation)
Sep 25, 2024
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