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Rotary Club of Billerica

Welcome to our Club!

Billerica

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 8:00 AM
The Emerald Rose
785 Boston Rd
Billerica, MA 01821
United States of America
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It's just about time again for a great event in support of our veterans. The 14th Annual Vettes to Vets Day will be Sunday, September 24, 2017.
 
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Billerica Rotary volunteered at the Town of Billerica's "Bike Rodeo" on Saturday June 11, 2016 - teaching children the importance of bike safety. The event was produced by the Billerica Police Department and the Billerica EMA. The event was sponsored by On The Move, Marshall's Auto Body and Lowell General! 

.Solar FlamingoWe are just having some fun! Let's get involved in this great opportunity to have fun and raise funds for a great cause

Roland Cartier and Debbie Dunning visited our club to keep us informed on all they are doing in our community to serve those that served us.

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Special thanks to Jim Marshall for getting these new signs put up at some of the major routes leading into Billerica. Come check us out any Tuesday and find out what we have been working on both locally and globally.

DECA students from BMHS update Billerica Rotary on recent National Competition and are presented with an award from Marshalls Auto Sales

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CHAMPIONS ALL

Jim Marshall, this year’s Billerica Lions Impact Award winner with Shawsheen Tech’s “State Skills, USA” champions; Brian Bonaluto and Lauren Liscio

 
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History: Rotary in Spain survives challenges

After successfully establishing a presence in Great Britain and Ireland, Rotary expanded its reach to mainland Europe with the chartering of a club in Madrid, Spain, on New Year’s Day 1921.