High school speech contest for local students.
What do you get when you mix a beautiful Vermont summer morning with 1,100 golf balls, a helicopter and the Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg Rotary Club?
Antique Clocks … Drones … Native Americans … Poems from the Wilderness … Shelburne Country Store’s history …and a SPIN-A THON? What on earth is the common link? If you are a member of the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary Club you would know the answer. I am honored to be part of the group.
Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary will hold its annual high school speech contest via Zoom on March 10 at 7:30 a.m.
In days of yore, if you asked anyone about Rotary, they would say, “Oh, it’s just a group of old men sitting around smoking cigars.” That may have been true in the days of our grandparents, but not now, certainly not in the case of the Rotary Club of Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg.
A treaty to ban nuclear weapons, Thank you for supporting Rotary and Words matter
On Friday evening, June 26, the leadership of the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary was passed to the hands of new President Christopher Davis of Charlotte. He is succeeding Keith Walsh of Shelburne, who has been president of the CSH Rotary for the past year.
High school age students in Charlotte, Shelburne and Hinesburg have the opportunity to compete in the first round of the annual Rotary speaking competition at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at Pierson Library in Shelburne. This first-round winner will represent the Rotary Club of Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg Rotary Club.
Not long ago, Melissa O’Brien wrote about having breakfast with the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary. She told of the laughter, the kindness, the attentiveness—all true. Wednesday morning Rotary meetings are a hump-day bright spot during what can often feel like a dark week.
Members of the Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg Rotary Club met on Wednesday, Nov. 7, to hear Jolinda LaClair, the director of drug prevention policy with the Vermont Agency of Human Services, discuss how Vermont is dealing with the opioid crisis.
The Rotary Club of Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg was recently entertained and informed by its own small version of a TED Talk. The talk was given by Dr. John MacKay, a consulting chemist, who helps cannabis extraction companies test and optimize their product. This report is based on his 30-minute presentation and subsequent correspondence.
For many years the Charlotte Shelburne Rotary Club has supported the programs of Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts in…