Weston-Wayland Children's Business Fair Brenda DeVito 2021-10-07 04:00:00Z 0

Adopt-A-Field

Adoption is challenging work. We've adopted the Sears Field and started reclaiming it from extensive invasive plants. On Saturday, August 28th (10-12) all are invited to join us to clear more and more, release some energy on the bad plants, and meet some nice people. See more info about the project, parking at the Melone Homestead to reach the field, and sign up to volunteer here. 
Rotarian Rob Mosher (above) arrives at the field with two chainsaws, both of which were put to good use. Below, six of the fourteen Rotarians who worked on Thursday, July 15 made a great big dent in the eastern border of the field.
 
The Conservation Team from the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland has been busy at work surveying the adopted field, the Sears Field, off of Crescent Street in Weston. 
Adopt-A-Field Brenda DeVito 2021-08-28 04:00:00Z 0
RCWW Welcomes 3 new members and awards a Paul Harris Sapphire Pin Weston-Wayland Rotary 2021-08-27 04:00:00Z 1
DEI Citation Award Brenda DeVito 2021-06-23 04:00:00Z 0

Awards (District Club of the Year) & New President

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June 17, 2021 was the first in-person gathering since the beginning of the pandemic for the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland. This event marked the annual award ceremony with which the new President Paul Lualdi received his new – official – presidential gavel!  
 
Special guests included District Governor Diana Nestorova and Joseph De Vito, President and CEO of Village Bank. DG Diana presented the 2020-21 Rotary Club of the Year award
 
WW Rotary also presented two Paul Harris Fellow awards to Jan Luchetti and John Marchiony. Their hard work and dedication to building the club up to what it is today led the Board of Directors to orchestrate the presentation of the highest honor that one can be awarded to a Rotarian to recognize their efforts.
 
Congratulations to all of the award winners. You do amazing work.
 
See the whole article that appeared in the Wayland and Weston Town Criers, published by Wicked Local
Awards (District Club of the Year) & New President Brenda DeVito 2021-06-18 04:00:00Z 0

Weston & Wayland Rotary Club 2021 Club of the Year

The Rotary 7910 District Conference on May 21-22, 2021 proved to be very successful for the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland, winning 10 awards (6 Club and 4 individual) at the 2-day conference:  
 
Club Awards:
  1. Club of the Year 
  2. Net Membership Growth: 1st Place. 100% more net membership growth than any other Rotary Club in the District -- 9 net new members for WW Rotary. Ron Bott said: "And finally, with an outstanding net gain of nine new members, active members from January 1 to May 15. The Weston-Wayland Rotary Club will receive a $1,000 cash award funded service project, organized by its newer members.

  3. District Membership: Gold Award
  4. District Service: Bronze Award
  5. Youth Programs: Silver Award
  6. DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) Club Citation
 
Individual Awards:
Avenues of Service AwardJan Luchetti honored for her extraordinary service to the club in the five Avenues of Service — club, vocational, community, international, and youth service.  She has contributed an extraordinarily large quantity of time across all our programming initiatives.
 
Significant Service Award - "The Saplings Project" chaired by Mark Messina This award recognizes Rotary clubs for projects that made an impact and gives district recognition to club activities that address a significant problem or need.
 
Unsung Hero - Rob Mosher for always stepping up to help wherever needed.  Initiated and chaired the Christmas Tree Sale.
 
District Innovators - John Marchiony for expanding the Rotary Business Networking Series into the District 7910 Rotary@Work initiative. 
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL FOR YOUR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION TO RCWW!! 
Weston & Wayland Rotary Club 2021 Club of the Year Brenda DeVito 2021-05-31 04:00:00Z 0

Rotary Goes Big for Earth Day

The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland goes big for Earth Day 2021 by restarting the tradition of giving each first grader in Weston and Wayland a tree seedling for Earth Day. This year the club will also distribute seedlings to each second grader in both towns since the program was canceled last year due to school closings. This brought the count of seedlings distributed this year to 800 and almost 1500 since the inception of this project in 2018.
 

 
Mark Messina, Rotary Earth Day Committee Chair said, “We are very fortunate to have such great leadership in our schools. Every principal responded quickly and enthusiastically to our program”. Patty McNeil, Vice President of the Village bank in Wayland and longtime Rotarian was instrumental in securing the funding for this project as part of the Village Bank’s continued community support of Rotary events.
Rotary Goes Big for Earth Day Mark Messina 2021-04-29 04:00:00Z 0
Rotary Welcomes More New Members! Brenda DeVito 2021-04-22 04:00:00Z 0

LeMaitre, Millane Join, Strengthen WW Rotary Club

Janika LeMaitre and Betsy Millane  joined the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland on Thursday, March 18. 

“My father,” explained LeMaitre, “was the president of a Rotary Club near Perth, so I was attuned to the Rotary mission of service when I moved to Weston. As soon as I reached out, I felt warmly welcomed by the Rotary members, and we’ve already had some great laughs. I clearly see ways I can contribute to our communities, both locally and more broadly.” 

Betsy Millane is a Needham resident and a realtor in Wellesley whose instincts for client service were sharpened at an early age by her father, a real estate professional who instilled in Betsy the importance of owning every facet of the transaction for her clients. Millane met Weston-Wayland Rotarians through the Business Networking Series, but she joined because of the Club’s commitment to service.

Click "read more" below or see the article that appeared in the Town Crier newspaper and on WickedLocal.com.

LeMaitre, Millane Join, Strengthen WW Rotary Club Weston-Wayland Rotary 2021-03-24 04:00:00Z 0

Service Above Self Award Program Launch

"Service Above Self" is the worldwide motto of Rotary. Beginning in 2021, The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland will recognize people of Weston and Wayland who have who contributed to our communities through exemplary service that demonstrates the ideal of "Service above self." 
 
On February 25, 2021, we made the the inaugural presentation of this award where we celebrated outstanding contributors to our communities. Deborah Davenport, Town Clerk for the Town of Weston, was the first recipient. Brenda and Richard DeVito were wonderfully surprised to also receive the award.  See the recording of the award presentationalong with other videos we have captured, on our WW Rotary YouTube Channel
 
You can also read about the award in the Town Crier Newspaper's online edition on WickedLocal.com
 
To nominate a worthy citizen, please see our nomination information one the Service Above Self page. 
Service Above Self Award Program Launch WW Rotary President 2021-02-20 05:00:00Z 0

Four Join Weston-Wayland Rotary Club 

Four Join Weston-Wayland Rotary Club 

Susan Howards, Sandra Lundy, Wendy Nollman and Katya Portnaya (left-right below) joined the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland on Thursday, February 11. 

 

 

 

 

 

Susan Howards, a criminal defense attorney, transferred her membership because of the  energy and innovative initiatives created by the Weston-Wayland Rotary Club.

Sandy Lundy also is an experienced Rotarian and attorney. She is currently Of Counsel for Richardson Law, with a practice focusing on family law and all areas of civil appeals. 

Wendy Nollman is the Executive Director of Traditions of Wayland who met the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland shortly after arriving at Traditions in 2020.  

Katya Portnaya owns Boston Carriage with her husband and is a Master Gardener with a passion for combining service and gardening. 

See the whole article that appeared in the Town Crier newspaper and on WickedLocal.com.

 

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On to 2021

On the cusp between 2020 and 2021, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland had a wonderful, warming experience with our first-ever Christmas Tree Sale that served many purposes. We generated support for Mary's House in Waltham, Children's Hospital, and the Coats for Kids coat drive while providing an enjoyable tree shopping experience for fellow citizens and volunteer opportunities for 84 people. All surrounded by beautiful trees, lights, decorations, and a bit of smoke from a fire pit. And there's one more chance to volunteer on Saturday, January 2nd. 

Please join us!

The members of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland are eager for the start of a new year that, we hope, will allow for so much more time with family, friends, and neighbors.
 
There is much to do, and many plans have already been drafted. We hope you will join us in creating something productive and rewarding. We would love your energy, contribution, and help in improving anything we have on the schedule that appeals to you. 
 
Please join us!

Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award

The Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award recognizes sophomores who have demonstated that the Rotary motto of "Service above self" is an important part of their lives. Nominate a sophomore how lives or studies in Wayland today. The first set of awards will be presented February 3, 2020. 

Service Above Self Award

New in 2021, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland is launching the Service Above Self Award that will recognize people of Weston and Wayland who demonstrate their commitment and generosity to service and their communities. The award is presented ad hoc after a nomination is received by the President, Vice President, or Past President by email to president@westonwaylandrotary.org, who will then present the nomination to the Board for consideration.

Flamingo Flock Fun and Fundraiser

Later in 2021 -- probably in March and April -- we are planning the Flamingo Flock Fun and Fundraiser to benefit scholarships for college-bound graduating seniors in Weston and Wayland, as well as Rotary charitable and programmatic initiatives. We seek collaborators, crew members and folks who might like to consider themselves "co-conspirators" with Rotary. Pretty safe "conspiracy..." 

Virtual Antique and Classic Car Show

And then we have big ideas about our first-ever Virtual Antique and Classic Car Show that will continue the 25-year tradition of celebrating Antique and Classic Cars. All enthusiasts are welcome and encouraged to help us plan and figure this out before entering their comely cars in custom categories and compelling contests. 

Conservation Community Service

Community Service really should be higher on the page because it's core to the mission of Rotary Clubs here and around the world. In 2021, we have two areas of focus in addition to scholarships.  Our Conservation Team, led by Charlie Hamlin, is focused on hands-on service that preserve and extend habitats for natural pollinators. We're planning now and will announce service opportunities in the late winter and early spring.

Food Security Community Service 

Food Security Community Service will stay in the forefront of our thinking well into 2021. While we supported St. Vincent de Paul, A Place To Turn, and Mary's House in 2020, this is a need that is likely to remain for far too long. We're exploring a district-wide food "assembly" initiative that has been incredibly efficient in the past and could be revived with a bit of creativity. 

Entrepreneurship and Business Community Service

Entrepreneurship and Business Community Service is a new phrase for use, but it's relevant. WW Rotary President John Marchiony was tapped by the Rotary District 7910 District Governor to help design and execute a brainstorming session he nicknamed "Rotary @ Work" which will identify opportunities in three professional areas: Careers, Business Growth, and Mentorship for, by and among Rotarians. Sign up to attend the District 7910 event on January 5 from 7-8 p.m. on Zoom. 
 
In between all those special activities and service, we meet regularly to plan, socialize, laugh and hear from interesting people in our Speaker Series, in which John Sallay spoke about Beekeeping, La Toya Rivers broadened our understanding of the Weston Metco Director, Lisa Vernegaard shared the Sudbury Valley Trustees' perspective, Town Manager Leon Gaumond reconnected with Rotary, author Andra Watkins spun a masterful story, and Pam Fox compared and contrasted the Town Green then and soon. Joe Berman, Chair of the Weston Conservation Commission kicks off the 2021 Series on January 21. All are welcome to join us anytime and every time we have something happening that interests you. 
 
All of this is wrapped into a warm community of generous people who value service to their communities very highly, including our two newest members, Robert Blackburn and Tim Gavin. 
 
Join us! Reach out to any member of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland to learn a little bit more, try something out, ask questions, or join us for anything that you're curious to try. 
On to 2021 John Marchiony 2020-12-30 05:00:00Z 0

WW Rotary's First Christmas Tree Sale

We sold out of trees on December 16.

Please purchase your Christmas trees in Weston this year to support scholarships, food security projects and other charitable initiatives of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland.

What: Select from 300 premium trees ranging in size from 3-feet to 8-feet along with 12" and 14" wreaths. Most of the trees will be 6-footers. 

When: Starting on Friday, November 27 at 10 a.m., Rotarians, friends, family and volunteers will help you every step of the way. You can come pick out your tree on Thursday and Friday evenings, and during the day on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Where: At the First Baptist Church of Weston, where Christmas trees have been sold for 35 years. Right across the street from the Golden Ball Tavern at 657 Boston Post Road, Weston. 

Helping: Three ways you can help by sharing this invitation and information with your friends, family, organizations and members and/or by joining us as a volunteer. Sign up HERE to volunteer or send an email to president@westonwaylandrotary.org to get started or get info. 

Click here for even more thorough and helpful information.

 
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Robert Blackburn Joins WW Rotary Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-10-29 04:00:00Z 0

2020-21 Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award Program Launched

Rotary Recognizes Sophomores’ Service, Leadership

The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland is excited to announce the fourth year of the ‘Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award.’ The program recognizes sophomores in our year-long effort in keeping with the Rotary motto of “Service above self focusing on leadership and community service.” 

During the 2020-21 academic year, sophomores who live or study in Wayland or Weston will be recognized for their ability to weave “service above self” into their lives. John Marchiony, President of the Rotary Club this year, said “Community service is a core value of Rotary Clubs around the world, and our Club has plans to do more service, more often, with more people.” 

Since launching the Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) in 2017, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland has recognized thirty sophomores and has sponsored ten each year to attend the transformational RYLA Conference which convenes each year in June. Any student can be nominated by a member of the community through a simple online form available at westonwaylandrotary.com.  Nominations for this year can be submitted online at WestonWaylandRotary.org by October 15, November 15, and February 1, 2021.  

Read the entire article in the Town Crier with the headline "Fourth year of honoring sophomores." 

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Polio Eradicated in Africa

Background: Polio has been a global pandemic for over 1000 years. The polio vaccine was developed here in the early 1950's and by 1954 it was rolled out to the US. By the early 1960's polio was a thing of the past..yet in most of the lesser developed world, it continued to spread and claim victims. In 1986, Rotary International along with medical support from the World Health Organization embarked on the most ambitious vaccination campaign ever conceived. The goal, to vaccinate some 3 billion people in 108 countries. Some 34 years later and over $860M spent we stand on the edge of a polio free world.  For right now, join us as we celebrate the eradication of the polio virus from the African continent.
 
AFRICAN REGION CERTIFIED WILD POLIO-FREE

It our pleasure to announce to you that the African region has just been certified wild poliovirus-free.

Rotary members have played an invaluable role in the effort to rid the African region of wild polio. We should be proud of all the hard work that we’ve done to eliminate the wild poliovirus throughout Africa and in nearly every country in the world. 
Polio Eradicated in Africa Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-08-27 04:00:00Z 0

Tim Gavin Joins WW Rotary

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Tim Gavin of Weston is the newest member of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland. According to Richard A. DeVito, Jr, two-time past President, "Tim Gavin has served "so many community organizations in Weston, including Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, The Weston Scout House Trustees Board, and Weston Soccer. All have been the beneficiaries of his skills and time. Mr. Gavin will uphold the finest traditions of fellowship and community service and spirit that Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland are known for."
 
Tim Gavin and his wife Cara have 8 children. He is a serial entrepreneur in the data analytics field and just finished a period correct restoration of their historic house. 
 
"I'm a native of Norwood, MA," said Tim, "and I have been living in Weston for the past ten years with my wife of 16 years, Cara. Cara grew up in Weston and we found a great opportunity to move to her hometown when an old farmhouse came up for sale that would fit our large, and growing family. We currently have 8 children that are all fairly active in town sports and activities. I have been on the committees for the Cub Scouts (since 2012) and Boy Scouts (since 2015), as well as a member of the Weston Scout House Board of Trustees (since 2018). I have had the joy of coaching (and assistant coaching) several of my children in the local soccer program. We just returned from a year abroad in Barcelona and I was looking to re-engage upon my return. Rotary was a natural fit for my interest in continuing to provide service to our local communities and am very excited to start down this new path with so many great like-minded people." 
 
The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland has been growing wonderfully since the start of 2020 and has -- surprisingly -- accelerated since June. Tim Gavin is the fourth new member since June, and the Club anticipates welcoming three more new members before the end of September.  The Rotary Club welcomes all people, ideas and opportunities to serve our communities.  Please join us for anything that captures your attention, and reach out to our current, past, and future Presidents through president@westonwaylandrotary.org for any reason or with any question. 
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"WW Rotary Distributes Over 800 Pounds of Watermelon"

The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland (RCWW) distributed over 800 pounds of watermelons to food pantry clients in Weston, Wayland and Lincoln for the Fourth of July.

The Rotary’s newly formed Food Security Team, along with many volunteers from the community, partnered with the Trinitarian Congressional Church food pantry in Wayland and the St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) Food Pantry of Lincoln and Weston.

“The news recently has been so full of stories about people struggling to feed their families that we started calling around to see what the local pantries needed,” said Mark Messina, co-chair of the Food Security Team. ”‘Something special for the Fourth of July,’ was the answer SVdP Pantry Chair Karen Boyce came up with, hoping to bring some joy and fun to clients who have had an especially difficult spring.”

"WW Rotary Distributes Over 800 Pounds of Watermelon" Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-07-10 04:00:00Z 0

Service: Food Security

Join members of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland on Wednesday, June 24th and 25th, in a special service opportunity with the Weston/Lincoln Food Pantry, provisioned by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

Rotarians and friends will donate and distribute a healthy fresh food item, which is rarely possible to provide in a food pantry, along with a "treat" for kids. 

We seek volunteers to fill all the available slots from 8am-5pm on Wednesday, June 24 and Thursday, June 25th. 

We hope you can take part for two hours or more if possible, and one hour if that is all your schedule allows. 

Signup by clicking on the big blue buttons to the left. 

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"WW Rotary cheers up assisted living facilities"

These are different and difficult times and the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland is rising to meet the new normal needs of our community.

The club meets virtually on Thursdays at 7 p.m. All are welcome to join us for fellowship, information about timely issues through the guest speaker program, and to learn about community service opportunities. Visit WestonWaylandRotary.org for more information.

On May 2, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland, friends of Rotary and local businesses came together to share a message of friendship and hope with seniors living in six assisted living facilities in our community.

"WW Rotary cheers up assisted living facilities" Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-05-08 04:00:00Z 0

Service: "Letters for Seniors" in Assisted Living

Our Goal: 

  • To send letters, poems, pictures with a note, letter or story to seniors living in six local assisted living residences/nursing homes who are not able to receive visitors due to COVID-19. 

First Letter Drop - May 1

Second Letter Drop – June 1

​​​​​​Our Plan: 

  • To collect these letters, poems, etc. written by Rotarians, community members, and students in our local schools and send them by e-mail to each of the facilities Activity Directors at

    • Traditions of Wayland, Carriage House at Lee's Farm Wayland, Sunrise of Wayland, Sunrise of Weston, Maplewood at Weston, Wingate at Weston

Service: "Letters for Seniors" in Assisted Living Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-04-26 04:00:00Z 0

Dr. Abrar Qureshi - April 30 Speaker

Abrar A. Qureshi, MD, MPH, Professor and Chair of Dermatology at Brown Physicians, will speak about overall health, care and wellness during COVID – 19.

Dr. Qureshi has received numerous awards, several mentorship awards, and the Outstanding Service Award and Diversity Award from the American Academy of Dermatology, and is a member of numerous professional organizations.

Dr. Qureshi’s multidisciplinary clinic is dedicated to the care of adults and pediatric patients with combined skin and rheumatologic disorders.

The Rotary Club of Weston & Wayland meets Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome to join us through Zoom. To attend, please register and we will provide access information. 

Or, for more information or assistance, please email us through president@westonwaylandrotary.org

Please be safe and remain healthy!  

Dr. Abrar Qureshi - April 30 Speaker Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-04-26 04:00:00Z 0

Dr. Cody Meissner's Corona/Polio Talk

On Thursday, March 12Dr. Cody Meissner, who specializes in pediatric infectious disease at Tufts University School of Medicine and also works with the National Institutes of Health and Boston Children’s Hospital, was scheduled as our guest speaker.  We'd planned for Dr. Meissner to speak about polio, which he has studied closely, but the urgent topic of our time carried the day. 
 
The Weston Media Center, after a quick contact with Alanna Muldoon, was able to have Brian Gordon join us to capture the talk and then do some quick post-production work. Today, the Weston Media Center shared the link to the 30--minute video, which include Q&A. You can see it on the Weston Media Center site. Please share it as broadly as you like. 
 
We met Dr. Meissner in December while ringing the bells for the Salvation Army and invited him to come speak about polio, about which he is (also) expert. We look forward to that talk on Polio in October, pending confirmation of Dr. Meissner's availability. 
 
If you would like to join a growing corps of people who willing to consider provide support to our communities (of an as-yet unspecified nature), please reply to this email and we'll know you are interested. 
 
Thank you. 
 
Rob Mosher, Mark Messina, Edwin Gaw, Richard DeVito Jr. - Co-Presidents
Jan Luchetti, Past President 2018-1019
John Marchiony, President-Elect 2020-21
Dr. Cody Meissner's Corona/Polio Talk Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-03-16 04:00:00Z 0

RYLA: "Weston and Wayland students honored for community service"

Ten extraordinary sophomores from Wayland and Weston were recognized on Nov. 21 for their contributions of service in their communities by the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland. Each of the students received the Rotary’s Rising Youth Leadership Award (RYLA).

Wayland High School’s Emily Chafe and Lucas Tang, along with Weston High’s Maya Shamari and Sarah Lappi, go above and beyond, displaying a passion for helping others. They were nominated by students, friends, teachers, advisors, community members and mentors.

 

RYLA: "Weston and Wayland students honored for community service" Weston-Wayland Rotary 2020-01-23 05:00:00Z 0

Gifts for Families at St. Mary's Place

The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland is also collecting gifts for families at St. Mary's Place Shelter in Waltham. Please bring a new unwrapped gift for a child clearly labeled for St. Mary's Place. Gift bags and tissue paper for delivering the gifts are greatly appreciated. You can see what gifts kids and their moms are wishing for on the Mary's Place page of our website.  

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25th Anniversary Antique & Classic Car Show ~ September 21, 2019

The 2019 WestonCarShow.com was a tremendous success. 

Click on the picture to visit the gallery of photographs taken by Bob Dwyer of Linwood Street Photography
 

Visit WestonCarShow.com to see more. 

You can take part any way you like:

If you are bringing a car, see the http://www.westoncarshow.com/registration/ showing where to arrive. 

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2019-20 Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award Program

"New year of Weston-Wayland Rotary honoring student leaders"

Published September 12, 2019 in the Town Crier and at Wayland.WickedLocal.com and Weston.WickedLocal.com
 

Since launching the Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) in 2017, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland has recognized 30 sophomores and sponsored 20 to attend the two-and-a-half day transformational RYLA Conference, which convenes each year in June.

Nominations for this year can be submitted online at WestonWaylandRotary.org by Oct. 1, Nov. 1 and Feb. 1.

During the 2019-20 academic year, sophomores who live or study in Wayland or Weston will be recognized at three celebration dinners at the Weston Golf Club.

“Today, we are excited to announce the third year of the Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award,” said John Marchiony, RYLA chair of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland. “The program enables our Rotary Club to support, inspire and recognize sophomores in our year-long effort focusing on leadership and community service in keeping with the Rotary motto of ‘Service above self.’”

Selected students will be recognized at the Rotary celebration dinners and by GateHouse Media through the Town Crier newspapers and WickedLocal.com websites. Michael Wyner, editor of The Weston Town Crier and The Wayland Town Crier, said, “I agreed instantly that our organization wanted to be a partner in recognizing sophomores who step forward to contribute as leaders because they strengthen our communities now and for the future. These are students to watch, and to follow.”

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2019-2020 Presidents

Club Names 4 Co-Presidents in unprecedented move

Pictured: DeVito, Mosher, Messina, and Gaw.  
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For the 2019-2020 Rotary year, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland will be guided by four presidents, each of whom will preside for one quarter of the year. Richard DeVito, Jr. (far left) returns for a third "tour" to open the year, guiding the Club through the end of September, with the 25th Car Show as his primary focus. Rob Mosher, Edwin Gaw, and Mark Messina will preside for subsequent quarters.  John Marchiony is President-elect and Jan Luchetti will provide guidance and support as the immediate Past President. 
 
You can reach the President of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland by email at president@westonwaylandrotary.com

Other Innovative Rotary Initiatives

The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland is actively looking for ways to innovate to expand the reach, impact and engagement with our communities.  That said, the Club also celebrates traditions: the 2019 Antique and Classic Car Show on September 21 is the 25th annual edition. Before that, Rotarians started serving people who are homeless or seeking a cooked meal.

The Club has established an annual Scholarship Celebration Dinner where all organizations that grant scholarships to graduating Weston and Wayland High School seniors are invited to join our annual gathering to meet and celebrate their recipients. 
 
To identify sophomores with a commitment to community service, the Club has morphed the Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award program from a tight focus on the annual leadership conference in June to a recognition program that spans the entire sophomore academic year. Since creating the program in 2017, the Club has recognized 26 sophomores for their impressive contributions to their communities. 
 
In 2018, in an effort to meet the call of the Rotary International President to celebrate Earth Day, the Club bought and distributed 200 trees to 1st graders in Wayland and Weston.  In 2019, the Club distributed 450 trees after every single elementary school in both towns asked to participate. 
 
 
2019-2020 Presidents Weston-Wayland Rotary 2019-07-01 04:00:00Z 0

RYLA Award winners discuss community service

Posted on May 30, 2019

“The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland is tremendously impressed with the sophomores who live and study in our two towns,” said Jan Luchetti, club president.

Over the past two years, teachers, administrators and mentors have nominated more than 40 students for the Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award (RYLA). According to John Marchiony, RYLA chair, “The contributions these 15- and 16-year-olds have made to our communities are spectacular. They are passionate, articulate champions for causes they care about. They have figured out how to incorporate service into their lives in substantial and fulfilling ways.”

On May 16, the Rotary Club recognized a large, diverse collection of community contributors from Wayland High School, Weston High School, and, for the first time, The Rivers School. Any sophomore who lives or studies in Wayland or Weston can be nominated for the award when the 2019-20 nominations campaign opens in September.

    (Read the article on WickedLocal.com)

 
RYLA Award winners discuss community service Weston-Wayland Rotary 2019-05-30 04:00:00Z 0

Weston’s Interact Club holding 5K to benefit shelter

Weston’s Interact Club holding 5K to benefit shelter

Weston High School’s Interact Club will host its first annual 5K Mother’s Day Weekend Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, May 11 at 9 a.m. at Weston High School. This fun, family event will include a 5K Fun Run/Walk starting at the Weston High School track and following the cross country course over and around the high school and middle school campus.

Fun events will include face painting, sack races and games for younger participants. In addition, there will be food available at the concession stand at the high school track.

Robert Mosher, a junior at Weston High School and co-president of the Interact Club, said, “We chose to do a Fun Run/Walk because, after a long winter, we thought that people would want to get out and enjoy the warmer spring weather and get some exercise. I joined the cross country team last fall and had so much fun running, it was a natural choice. I heard about high school cross country runners in Stow creating a Thanksgiving Day fun run and thought we could do something similar.”

Read the whole article on: 

The Weston Town Crier
 
 
Weston’s Interact Club holding 5K to benefit shelter Weston-Wayland Rotary 2019-05-03 04:00:00Z 0

RYLA Award: Family Ties Launch Sophomores’ Service ~ March 2019
 

Daanish Qureshi and Noah Lee, center left and right holding RYLA Award Citations, were applauded for their service by Susan Paley, Vice President of The Village Bank, Michael Wyner, Editor of the Town Crier, Jan Luchetti & Joseph DeVito, CEO of The Village Bank, and Michael Wyner, Editor of the Weston and Wayland Town Criers, Jan Luchetti, President of the Rotary Club, Anthony Parker, Weston HS Principal, Allyson Mizoguchi, Wayland HS Principal, and Joseph DeVito, President and CEO of The Village Bank.
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Invitations ~ February & March

The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland invites you to get involved and experience the satisfaction of living a few more moments in "Service above self," the worldwide Rotary motto. 

Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award Dinner, February 28, 2019 and March 21, 2019 @ 6:00 pm at the Weston Golf Club. 

Come meet two more exceptional sophomores from Weston and Wayland as they are recognized for their community service contributions and leadership capacity and potential. You can RSVP online anytime until Tuesday, February 26 and/or March 19.  


Rotary Business Networking Breakfast Meeting

    Tuesday, February 26, 2019. 7:15 a.m. - 8:15 a.m at Mel's Commonwealth Cafe, 310 Commonwealth Road (Rt. 30) Wayland, MA. 

    Future meetings on the 4th Tuesday of each month. 

    Agenda:

    7:15: Arrive, unstructured networking, reconnect. 
    7:25: Seating, order breakfast (self-pay, separate checks) 
    7:30: Welcome, introductions, and announcements followed by brief business introductions ("commercial," "elevator pitch" or personal statement).
    8:00: Discussion, wrap-up. 
     

     


    Rotary Meetings

    • February 21: Dinner Meeting. 6pm at the Weston Golf Club featuring a few informal Rotary traditions, a nice meal, a little discussion of upcoming activities, and planning for the events and activities that accelerate with the arrival of Spring. 
    • March 7: Club Assembly, Speaker & Dinner. 6pm at the Weston Golf Club featuring the monthly Club Assembly with reports, requests and promises from each of the Rotary Club Committee Chairs, as well as planning for March, April and May events.  
    • March 14: Dinner Meeting. 6pm at the Weston Golf Club.
    • March 21: RYLA Dinner Celebration. 6pm at the Weston Golf Club. 
    • March 28: Dinner Meeting. 6pm at the Weston Golf Club.
     

    Volunteer Opportunities & Special Events

    While you're here, there are a few volunteer opportunities and special events you can join.  

    Every month, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland serves dinner at Bristol Lodge in Waltham.  If you are interested in helping with shopping, preparation or serving dinner with our merry band of Rotarians and friends, please contact Rob Mosher for information and instructions. 

    Please join Troop 157 for their Annual Pasta DInner and Fundraiser at the Weston Community Center on March 22 from 6-8pm. . Tickets $10 each, $30 for a family. www.troop157.org


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    Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award - January
    2019

    Weston and Wayland students connect with communities

    The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland presented the Rising Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) on Jan. 24 to Julia Kofman of Weston and Abigail Gavron, who lives in Framingham and studies in Wayland because her parents work in the school system. Both students also received citations from the Massachusetts House of Representatives and their representatives, Alice Peisch and Maria Robinson.

    Robinson represents Framingham and was inaugurated on Jan. 2, 2019. Amazingly, Rep. Robinson’s attendance coincided with one of the winner’s commitment to working for her on issues they both prioritize.

     

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    Invitations - January 2019

    The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland invites you to get involved and experience the satisfaction of living a few more moments in "Service above self," the worldwide Rotary motto. 

    Rotary Events

    • Rotary Dinner Meeting with Guest Speaker January 10, 2019 at the Weston Library @ 6pm.  

      Aidan Chen, a Junior at Weston High School will be presenting his initiative, "Books for the Babies," an initiative that supports the March of Dimes' mission to improve the health of premature babies and advocates for their future literacy. 

    During the first year, "Books for the Babies" donated hundreds of board books to the families caring for their premature babies in the NICU at Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston. Studies show that despite being one of the richest countries in the world, the United States is experiencing an increase in the number of preterm births... and we still don't know why.  In addition, preterm infants who are not exposed to language while in the neo-natal intensive care unit, sometimes for many weeks, have lower language performance at age two. 

    Please RSVP to event chair Mark Messina by noon on Tuesday, January 8 so we can order enough dinner for all attendees. Dinner Cost: $20 or less.

    • Rotary Dinner Meeting & Club Assembly, January 17, 2019 at the Josiah Smith Tavern at 6pm

    The monthly "Club Assembly" is the working meeting for the month where the Club discusses, plans and celebrates the upcoming activities for the month, quarter and year. It provides the most thorough overview of what Rotary Clubs support and do. Committee Chairs provide concise updates while seeking guidance and approvals. Jokes and banter fly. 
     
    Please RSVP to President Jan Luchetti by noon on Tuesday, January 15 so we can order enough dinner for all attendees. Dinner Cost: $20 or less.
    • Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award Dinner, January 24, 2019 @ 6:00 pm at the Weston Golf Club

    Come meet two more exceptional sophomores from Weston and Wayland as they are recognized for their community service contributions and leadership capacity and potential. You can RSVP online anytime.  Contact RYLA Chair John Marchiony for information or to nominate a deserving sophomore. You can also learn more and submit an nomination online.

    • Rotary Dinner Meeting, January 31, 2019 at the Weston Golf Club at 6pm

    Please RSVP to President Jan Luchetti by noon on Monday, January 28. Cost: $30. 

    Volunteer Opportunities

    Here are a few volunteer opportunities you can join: 

     
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    Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award: November 2018

    Weston and Wayland sophomores earn Rotary award

     
    Caption: From left, Gary Vitti, vice president of The Village Bank, joined Wayland High School Principal Allyson Mizoguchi to congratulate Emily Rubin of Wayland and Shraddha Lulla of Weston, along with Kenneth Brennan, chairman of the board of The Village Bank, and Weston High School Principal Anthony Parker on Nov. 15 at the Weston Golf Club. 
     

    Emily Rubin of Wayland and Shraddha Lulla of Weston serve their communities generously. They received the November 2018 Rising Youth Leadership Award (RYLA), presented by the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland, on Nov. 15. Both sophomores were also recognized with citations from Reps. Alice Peisch, D-Wellesley, Carmine Gentile, D-Sudbury, and the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

    Kenneth Brennan, chairman of the board of The Village Bank, attended with Gary Vitti, vice president, to applaud the students’ service, saying, “It is encouraging to know that so many of today’s youth are committed to service for others. Emily Rubin and Shraddha Lulla are perfect examples of young people who are devoting their energy, time and talent to helping wherever help is needed. They are our neighbors and, chances are, the future leaders of our communities.”

    Emily Rubin was nominated by Julia Cleary and Rohini Ramesh, Wayland High School students who, as previous award winners, recognized Rubin’s contributions. Cleary identified Rubin’s passion for cooking, as she regularly participates in Community Cooks with her temple to cook a meal for a women’s homeless shelter. She, along with her parents, then deliver the meals with a handmade menu. Rubin also volunteers weekly with a group of teens who visit a home for mentally disabled adults to entertain and keep them company.

    See the story on WickedLocal.com. 

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    Antique & Classic Car Show 

    Another great car show in Weston!

    See the complete Photo Gallery from the Weston and Wayland Town Criers, published on WickedLocal.com. 
    Howard Davis of Sharon with his 1975 red desk phone car (legal to drive). It was made in 1983 of aluminum and took one year to build. The license plate is PHONES.
     
     
     
    Adolpho Caso is the owner of this Lincoln Continental Mark V. [WICKED LOCAL PHOTO / BARBARA ELMES]
     
    A 1911 Model T Ford. [WICKED LOCAL PHOTO / BARBARA ELMES]
     
    Peter Alcock is impressed by this 1917 Pierce Arrow. [WICKED LOCAL PHOTO / BARBARA ELMES]
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    Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award - October 2018

    Weston-Wayland Rotary honors first students of new school year

    Victoria Andreasen of Wayland and Jacey Hinton of Weston received the first Rising Youth Leadership Award of 2018-19, presented by the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland, on Oct. 18. Both sophomores were also recognized with citations from the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

    The Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award recognizes sophomores from Weston and Wayland for community service and leadership that demonstrates the students’ appreciation of the Rotary ideal of “Service above self.” Any student can be nominated online at WestonWaylandRotary.com or by using this simple Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award form.

    Hinton is a Scholastic All-American swimmer who trains in and out of the pool before and after school for 20 hours or more per week. She is passionate about swimming – swimming and water safety are foundational to her commitment to community service as well.

    Read the whole article on WickedLocal.com

    Caption: Jacey Hinton of Weston and Victoria Andreasen of Wayland were celebrated October 18 with the Rotary Rising Youth Leadership Award at the Weston Golf Club.  Luminaries in attendance included Weston HS Principal Anthony Parker (left); Dr. Midge Connelly, Weston Superintendent, Hinton, Andreasen, Wayland HS Principal Allyson Mizoguchi, and Rotary Club President Jan Luchetti.

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    WW Rotary Club Polio Programs

    October 24 is World Polio Day. 

     
    Please join the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland in contributing to vaccination programs that will end polio worldwide.  Currently, polio only afflicts people in three countries.  Your contribution of any size will fund more vaccinations to end polio now.
     
    You can donate anytime online, or join us Thursday, October 25 at 6pm at the Weston Golf Club, or November 1 from 4-8pm in the Springdale Barrel Room at Jack's Abby Craft Lagers in Framingham for "Raise-A-Pint for Polio Neighbor Night" when $1 from each pint will go to fund polio vaccination programs.  (NOTE: In fact, Jack's Abby will be making a $1 donation from October 31-November 4, so if you can't join us that day, please go on your own.) 
     
      and indicate that you are supporting "Polio Programs." 
    (Clicking the "Donate Now" button will take you to our secured "hosted donation page" where you can make a donation of any amount the pleases you.) 
    Here are more links and information: 
     

    Global Polio Eradication Initiative

    Polio Now Interactive Map

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    Team Weston/Wayland at the Walk and Roll for Brain Injury
     
    Speakers from the Appalachia Service Project (ASP), Jonathan Owen, Doug Mosher and sons Tim and Doug.
     
    Weston and Wayland Rotary Club Online Bulletin
     
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    Lobsterfest ~ 2018

    Posted by John Marchiony on Aug 02, 2018

    The delightful annual event featuring Maine lobsters, steak or chicke (TBD) and assorted sides and condiments. 

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    Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland names new president

    Jan Luchetti was installed as the new president of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland on June 28, succeeding Mark Messina, whose initiatives injected a new vitality and energy into the Rotary Club’s activities over the past year.Messina, reflecting on the theme for his year of “participating with purpose,” was grateful that so many members engaged enthusiastically with the school communities, elected officials, and friends of Rotary to broaden the impact and awareness of the club’s diverse initiatives.

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    Mary's House

    Mary’s House

     

    Every year for the past 15 years, the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland has supported Mary’s House with holiday gifts.  Mary’s house is a family shelter that provides temporary housing in central Waltham for up to four months for eight homeless families. Mary’s House has been providing housing and services for more than 30 years.

     

    During this time, families work on issues relevant to homelessness and securing permanent housing with the help of staff and housing advocates. During the holiday season, members of the Weston and Wayland Rotary club purchase holiday gifts for every family member at Mary’s house.  We collect these at our annual holiday party and deliver them to Mary’s house in time for Christmas.

    For more information go to https://www.mhsainc.org/maryshouse

     

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    Arbor Day & Fishing Derby

    Posted on Apr 30, 2018
    On Sunday April 29, Rotarians attended the Weston fishing derby and handed out saplings to a hearty crew of young anglers and families who braved the weather for a fun day of fishing at the pond behind the high school.
     
    To see a gallery of photos of cute kids and ambitious anglers, click on the picture. 
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    Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference June 22-24; Apply Now

    The Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland plans to sponsor 10 students to attend the 2.5 day conference on June 22-24 at Fitchburg State. YTo be considered, the student must complete our simple online application by 3pm on February 28 to indicate your interest and availability to attend. 

     
    Jay Messina, Weston Class of 2015 said the RYLA Conference "...was awesome! I had a great time and learned a lot. It’s a life-changing experience. I went back to be a facilitator last year and plan to do so again." His experience inspired his father, Mark, to join Rotary and rise to lead the club as president. There is a lot of information about the conference at http://www.ryla7910.org/.
     
    Please, if you (or your parents) have any questions, contact Mark Messina, president of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland. Also, the Guidance Department chair/head at both Weston and Wayland High School can provide you with their perspective as students have attended each year for more than a decade.
     
    We hope you will apply for this unique and valuable Rising Youth Leadership Conference experience.  
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    Wheel for week of 2/8/2018

     
    Join us for Valentine's Day -- one day late -- on February 15, 2018 at the Weston Golf Club with exquisite hand-made chocolates from Chocolate Therapy in Framingham. 
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    Join us for Valentine's Day -- one day late -- on February 15, 2018 at the Weston Golf Club with exquisite hand-made chocolates from Chocolate Therapy in Framingham. 
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