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Danvers

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Danversport Yacht Club
161 Elliott St.
Danvers, MA  01923
United States
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Danvers

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Danversport Yacht Club
161 Elliott St.
Danvers, MA  01923
United States
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Danvers Rotarians honored four well deserving students with scholarships for their first year of college.  Traditionally the Danvers Club honors High School Seniors with scholarship awards to those students that best fit the criteria which includes an essay and student achievement.  
 
This year's recipient of the Ralph E. Ardiff Scholarship was awarded to Rachael Leslie, who will be attending Harvard in September.  The Ardiff award is presented in memory of past Rotarian and father of now Rotarian Ralph Ardiff, given to the valedictorian of the graduating Danvers High School Class.  
 
Three graduated students were awarded Mark Reagan Scholarships for their achievements during High School.  The Reagan Scholarships are in memory of Past Rotarian Mark Reagan, who tragically lost his life in an automobile accident.  Mark was a town employee and a true Rotarian in every way.  The three recipients include Jacqueline Beach who will be attending George Washington University, Jason Treffrey who will be attending Babson and Sean Londergen.  
Pictured here are President Dan, Justin Treffrey, Rachael Leslie and Jacqueline Beach.
Danvers Rotarians are proud to be able to give these students a boost towards their first year of continued education.  Parents were honored as well for their very important contributions to these students.
 
 

 

Wiffle Ball Tournament!!!

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2nd Annual Wiffleball Tournament Announced

 
 

Danvers Rotary Tournament is set for August 8th

 


Salem Village Wiffle® Ball Tournament was held in August 2014 and proved to be a great addition to the fundraising events for 2014.  With the hard work of the club's members to find advertisers, to sign up teams for play and run the event on game day, this tournament could not have gone better for it's first year.  Now plans are ready for the 2nd tournament this August 8th.  Rotary plans this to be bigger and hard to believe better event.
The committee is hard at work making sure that everything will be ready.  The food is ordered, the fields are mapped out and the teams are being put together.  Looking to play?  Click on the link below and register your team.  Looking to get your business or name seen, then click below to see how you can sponsor or take out an ad.  
 
All funds raised go to programs and projects that benefit the community and beyond.  
 
Check out the special site set up for this Salem Village Wiffle® Ball Tournament.
 
 

 

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Danvers Rotarian's Polar Plunge

Barry Kaplan, not being able to take part in the rescheduled, rescheduled Polar Plunge on Saturday, April 11th, took the initiative to make his own plunge the weekend before.  Dedication is what Barry is all about and he wants everyone that sponsored him to know that he makes good on his promises, even if he has to freeze to do it.  
See Barry's Plunge Video by clicking on the following Video Link:  Barry's Polar Plunge Video
 
Great Job Barry!!!!!
 

 
 
On Thursday, September 11th, Rotarians and Danvers High School Students worked together to pack food packages to help Stop Hunger Now.  A total of 10,000 meals were packed during this evening project..

Lenny was there, but was taking the picture.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

Honorary Mayor of Danvers

 
 

Every other year the Danvers Rotary Club sponsors the "Honorary Mayor of Danvers" as a fundraiser to support Rotary projects in the community and beyond.  This year's race is underway and everyone can help by either jumping into the race and or voting for the candidate of their choice.  

Click here to learn more and join in...