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Fryeburg Area Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Church
Rte 5 North of Fryeburg Academy
Between Fryeburg Academy and the Fryeburg Fairgrounds
Fryeburg, ME  04037
United States
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An optimist is the human personification of spring.
We could never learn to be brave and patient, if there were only joy in the world.
 
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Sheila Rollins from District joined us for breakfast today to present our club with an award for its efforts in fighting polio.
 
Fryeburg Area Club Rotarian Dave Sorenson gave us a great speech and demonstration on his Maple Syrup Business.
Very interesting to learn about the business and the process from tree to syrup. Thanks Dave !!
William Abbott, Executive Director for the Upper Saco Valley Land Trust  joined us for breakfast today and gave a great speech on the current and future work being done for the USVLT. Very interesting information and education on Conservation Easements and the history of Land Trusts.
Thank you for joining us William !
 
William Abbott joined USVLT in 2012 after working for the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County,<http://sblandtrust.org/> near his hometown.  In California, William worked on wetland restoration efforts, helped to re-establish historic trail access to the “back country”, and led the trust’s stewardship program.  William has also worked in the green energy sector, for environmental consultants, and in environmental education, notably the Chewonki Foundation<http://chewonki.org/> in Maine.  William holds a BA from Wesleyan University and an MS from the Field Naturalist Program at the University of Vermont.  William also sits on the Board of the New Hampshire Land Trust Coalition<http://nhltc.com/> and the Pequawket Foundation<http://pequawket.org/>, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.  He likes plants and is still trying to remember his East Coast botany after too many years in California.

 

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Jim Leplante spoke to the club this morning about the exciting new technology that will be available to the students and teachers in the upcoming school year.
 
A few of the items he spoke about are listed below. The technology department strives for giving all teachers and students equal opportunity and access to current technologies to aid in student learning.
 
Laser Cutter
3D Printer
Green Screen
Maker Space (a do it yourself space where students can create invent and learn)
Short Throw Projectors
Apple TV
Document Cameras
Video Conferencing Carts
FOBS Security
POS Food Service Automated System
(With a Parent Portal to pay for lunches )
VOIP Phone systems
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Fryeburg Interact Club and Fryeburg Academy need your help .

Join the Fryebug Area Rotary Club, The Interact Club and the Academy to show WGME-13 our community support and School Spirit.

Help us fill the gym this Friday morning we will be on the air 6:00 am to 8:00 am (1/27/2017)

Wear your School Colors and bring some food or cash  donations  ... for every dollar donated, the food bank can purchase 5lbs of food for distribution !!!!

 

The school spirit challenge is a friendly competition between schools to show school pride and spirit, all while helping the community. The program is designed to promote the community and good stewardship with students of high schools in Central and Southern Maine through an ongoing food drive to benefit the Good Shepherd Food Bank. The School Spirit Challenge is sponsored by Maine's Credit Unions.

The SSC is all about showing off everything that makes your school a great place to be by demonstrating why you have the best school and the most community spirit.

Schools will compete to raise the most pounds of food this winter. CBS 13 News and FOX23 will feature a different school every Friday on Good Day Maine from January 6 to March 3. The finale will be held on March 10. The winner of the School Spirit Challenge wins the coveted Spirit Cup Trophy.

 

 
 
 
 

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Spouse Birthdays:
  • Fred Westerberg
    October 25
Join Date:
  • Brenda Berry
    October 7, 2008
    9 years
 
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