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JULY 15  NO ROTARY MEETING
JULY 22 7:30 AM MEETING YCCC
JULY 29 FELLOWSHIP 5:30PM
LOCATION-ELLEN FARBER LEBOWITZ HOME  5:30PM / BEACH CLEAN UP/ GET YOUR FEET WET
 
AUGUST 5 7:30 AM YCCC
AUGUST 12  NO MORNING MEETING
AUGUST 12 BOD MEETING 5:30 PM @ KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
AUGUST 19 7:30 AM MEETING
AUGUST 26 FELLOWSHIP  5:30PM  TBD
 
SEPTEMBER 2 NO MEETING  LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
SEPTEMBER 9 7:30 AM MEETING
SEPTEMBER 9 BOD 5:30 PM @ KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
SEPTEMBER 16 NO MEETING
SEPTEMBER 23  7:30 AM MEETING
SEPTEMBER 30 FELLOWSHIP  5:30PM  TBD
 
OCTOBER 7  7:30AM @ YCCC
OCTOBER 14 NO MEETING COLUMBUS DAY HOLIDAY
OCTOBER 15 TUESDAY BOD MTG @ 5:30PM KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
OCTOBER 21 7:30AM @ YCCC
OCTOBER 28 FELLOWSHIP 5:30 PM  TBD
 
NOVEMBER 4TH  7:30 AM @ YCCC
NOVEMBER 11 NO MEETING VETERANS DAY HOLIDAY
NOVEMBER 12 5:30 PM BOD MEETING @ KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
NOVEMBER 18 7:30 AM MEETING
NOVEMBER 25 NO FELLOWSHIP MEETING DUE TO THANKSGIVING
NOVEMBER 18 7:30 AM @ YCCC
NOVEMBER 25   NO FELLOWSHIP MEETING DUE TO THANKSGIVING WEEK
 
DECEMBER 2 7:30 AM @ YCCC
DECEMBER 9 NO MEETING
DECEMBER 9 BOD 5:30 PM KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
DECEMBER 16 7:30 AM @ YCCC
DECEMBER 23 NO MEETING DUE TO CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
DECEMBER 30 NO MEETING DUE TO NEW YEARS HOLIDAY
 
JANUARY 6 7:30 AM @ YCCC
JANUARY 13 NO AM MEETING
JANURARY 13 5:30 PM NO BOD MEETING
JANUARY 20 NO MEETING MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY
JANUARY 27 FELLOWSHIP MEETING 5:30 PM TBD
 
FEBRUARY 3 7:30 AM MEETING
FEBRUARY 10 NO AM MEETING
FEBRUARY 10TH BOD MEETING 5:30 PM KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
FEBRUARY 17TH NO AM MEETING PRESIDENTS DAY
FEBRUARY 24TH FELLOWSHIP MEETING 5:30PM TBD
 
MARCH 2 7:30 AM MEETING
MARCH 9 NO AM MEETING
MARCH 9 BOD MEETING 5:30PM KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
MARCH 16TH 7:30 AM MEETING
MARCH 23RD NO AM MEETING
MARCH 30TH FELLOWSHIP MEETING 5:30PM TBD
 
APRIL 6 7:30AM MEETING
APRIL 13TH NO AM MEETING
APRIL 13TH BOD MEETING 5:30PM KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK
APRIL 20TH NO AM MEETING  PATRIOTS DAY HOLIDAY
APRIL 27TH FELLOWSHIP MEETING 5:30PM TBD
 
MAY 4 7:30 AM MEETING
MAY 11 NO AM MEETING
MAY 11 BOD MEETING 5:30 KENNBUNK SAVINGS BANK
MAY 18TH 7:30 AM MEETING
MAY 25 NO MEETING MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY
 
JUNE 1 7:30 AM MEETING
JUNE 8 NO AM MEETING
JUNE 8 BOD MEETING 5:30 PM KENNEBUNK SAVINGS
JUNE 15 7:30 AM MEETING
JUNE 22 NO AM MEETING
JUNE 29 7:30 AM CHANGE OVER
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Posted by Vincent Christinziano on Jan 10, 2019
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 Welcome to the Rotary Club of Wells, Maine, United States


Join us the 1st and 3rd Mondays each month at 7:30 am (except holidays).

Come join us for fellowship, community discussions and cool speakers talking passionately about their project, hobby or career.

 

York County Community College

12 College Drive

Wells, Maine                                                                             

 

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Vince christinziano, united states navy submarine company

WHEN DID YOU JOIN ROTARY? 2007
 
WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO JOIN ROTARY?  I was and still am excited to have the opportunity to work with a team that is committed to the local community.
 
SINCE BEING IN ROTARY ARE THERE ANY SPECIFIC PROJECTS THAT YOU ARE MOST PROUD OF? WHY? I’ve been extremely happy to see our continued commitment of fundraising to meet our High School/Community College Scholarships goals; and our pledges to the local Food Pantries – these important endeavors make a difference in people’s lives.
 
TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF: WHAT IS YOUR LINE OF WORK? WHAT GOT YOU IN THE FIELD? WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE HOBBYS? WHAT DO YOU WANT OTHER ROTARIANS AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY TO KNOW ABOUT YOU? WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO GAIN OUT OF THIS ROTARY CLUB?
I’ve worked within the United States Navy Submarine community for the last 30 years – loving every minute of it!  I enjoy all aspects of weight lifting and weight training; and I’m committed to our local community. “Rotary is service.  You don’t come to Rotary to get something out of it, you come to Rotary to put something into it...and once you’ve put something into it – you will get something out of it, but it won’t be what you expect, it will be better.” 
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doug bibber

I joined the Wells Rotary Club in 1988, served as president in 2001.  Former member of the Damariscotta Newcastle Rotary Club 2004 – 2008, former member of the Rockland Rotary Club 2008 – 2012, rejoined the Wells Club in 2014.
 
I wanted to join Rotary because I had seen the great works they had accomplished from the vantage point of my father being a longtime Rotarian.  I saw the teamwork and comradery that can exist in working together to accomplish a goal, and I saw the fun that can be had by a group of like- minded people.
 
Projects that I can take pride in are my participation in helping to build ramps for folks that needed help getting into their homes here in Wells.  This is the local connection that I think is so important for our club to have.  I also want to acknowledge Rockland Rotary Club’s Winter Carnival, where the club put on a complete winter carnival for the town, free of charge,  as a thank you for the towns support of the club.  There would be upwards of 2-300 people, mostly kids, who participated in this event.
 
I am a grief resolution specialist, helping families as they begin their grief walk immediately following the death of a loved one.  While this involves quite a bit of time, I also find time to enjoy hiking biking and kayaking with my wife Robin, especially in Acadia National Park;  following Grace and Luke’s life’s experiences as they delve into early adulthood, Hunt and fly fish, and when its’ too cold outside, try to get my Lionel trains running.
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joseph carleton

MEMBER SINCE: 1980
 
WHEN DID YOU JOIN ROTARY?: I was a member of the Wells/Ogunquit Rotary Club in the early 1980’s.  I left Rotary for 8 years when I was in the Maine Legislature from 1990-98 and rejoined shortly after that.
 
WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO JOIN ROTARY?: To participate in good works.  The people in Rotary.
 
TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF: WHAT IS YOUR LINE OF WORK? WHAT GOT YOU IN THE FIELD? WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE HOBBYS? WHAT DO YOU WANT OTHER ROTARIANS AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY TO KNOW ABOUT YOU? WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO GAIN OUT OF THIS ROTARY CLUB?: I have practiced law in Wells since 1979 after five years in Dover, NH.  My practice specializes in condominiums and condominium associations.  I am interested in photography, history, politics and hope to travel more in the future with my wife Patricia. I am currently studying for the qualification exam, hoping to become a Registered Parliamentarian in January, 2016.   In the past I have been active in many community organizations and in political matters, but personal and work commitments now limit my free time mostly to Rotary and Rotary functions, and to travel.
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ELLEN FARBER-LIBOWITZ

MEMBER SINCE: February 2007
 
WHAT MADE YOU JOIN ROTARY?: I joined to continue the work of my late husband Jack Farber who was a member for 43 years in Malden and Melrose, Massachusetts and then joined Ogunquit Rotary when we moved here full time in June of 2005.  I was just a Rotarian, but felt at this point I should step up to the ranks.
 
SINCE BEING IN ROTARY ARE THERE ANY SPECIFIC PROJECTS THAT YOU ARE MOST PROUD OF?  WHY?:  Yes, one was the Dominican Republic Water Bay installation project from Ogunquit Rotary.  I did not participate and go there, but hosted 8 Rotarians from the Dominican Republic Rotary, for 2 nights at my home in Ogunquit.  They stayed overnight and we had a cook - out, Lobster bake party with music and speeches. Another is the music and Literacy projects for the Wells Rotary.  The Golf Tournaments have been wonderful to participate in, as well as sponsor.
 
TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF: WHAT IS YOUR LINE OF WORK? WHAT GOT YOU IN THE FIELD? WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE HOBBIES? WHAT DO YOU WANT OTHER ROTARIANS AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY TO KNOW ABOUT YOU? WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO GAIN OUT OF THIS ROTARY CLUB?: I have been a Music Educator for many years having taught in the public schools of New York and Massachusetts and presently in my 10th year at Berwick Academy.  I also am a Rabbi/ Cantor and am employed for 19 years at a Temple in Massachusetts as well as in Ogunquit. I also own 8 Photo and Video stores in 4 states - Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Maine called Hunt Photo. I was born and educated in New York City.  I moved to Massachusetts when I married my late husband Jack Farber.  I live between Ogunquit and Massachusetts once again now that I'm married again to Howard Libowitz.  I also own a home in Del Ray Beach, Florida. Between us we have 6 children (myself 4) and 11 grandchildren (myself 7).  I am vice president (formerly president) of the International Women's Club of New England, a member of the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce and the York Clergy Association. I also volunteer and do clergy visits at the York Hospital.   My hobbies are biking, walking, working out in the gym, singing in the Seacoast Community chorus, directing, playing the piano and singing with my group Les Chanteuses which sings for Nursing Homes in the area. I wish to support  worthy charitable endeavors with Wells Rotary.  I like the comradery of being with selfless individuals who believe life is most fulfilling when helping others less fortunate.  I have always been involved in charitable causes and welcome the opportunity to continue to do so.
 
 
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FUTURE MEETING SCHEDULE
 
May 11, 2015
 
GREETERS
Ron Collins
Dr.Kendrick
 
ROTARY "Ah Ha" MOMENT
Barry Wolfson
 
PROGRAM
Retired Army Staff Sergeant, Travis Mills - Travis Mills Foundation
 
May 18, 2015
 
GREETERS
Rick Coyne
Gary Leech
 
ROTARY "Ah Ha" MOMENT
Bryan Matluk
 
PROGRAM
Assembly
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
May 4, 2015 MEETING MINUTES
 
Announcements:
 
DG Lawrence Furbish came to visit our club!
 
**Onions will be delivered Mothers Day weekend!!**
 
Onion Pick Up Day is quickly approaching! We need help distributing. If you are available please contact Suzanne Ilsley <SIlsley@yorkhospital.com>
 
Dates To Remember:
 
 
May 11th - Maine’s First Lady Ann LePage and Retired Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills will be our guest speakers.  We will be presenting them with a $1,000 check and they will  brief us on the Travis Mills Foundation http://www.travismills.org/ which was started to support combat-wounded veterans.  Guests are cordially invited ($12 per person) but we must know by  Monday, May 4 so we can apprise Old Marsh.  Please rsvp to me at 646-2451 or eleanor@wellschamber.org to reserve. 
 
May 15th -  The Club will be hosting our 30th Annual Charter Night at 6:00pm at Old Marsh.  The cost is $35 per person and you must reserve in advance.  Please contact Barry Wolfson at 468-9747 or bwolfson@maine.rr.com to reserve.  Deadline is Monday, May 4.  DON’T FORGET TO BRING AN AUCTION ITEM WITH THE PROCEEDS BENEFITING OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY!!
 
May 16th - Onion Pick Up Day!!
 
June 7th - 1st Annual Mini Golf Tournament - Committee Leader Rick Coyne  
 
Guest Speaker:
 
Chad Flagg of Saco Bay Physical Therapy specializes in out patient care. He completed his residency in MA concentrating on post stroke/spinal injury. Upon completion he returned to Maine and currently resides in Saco. SBPT is made up of 5 team members who focus on occupational therapy including but not limited to; orthopedic care, geriatrics, pediatric, and sports medicine related to muscular and joint injury.  They service patients throughout the seacoast. Most of their business is derived from physician referral and word of mouth. The clinic is open 6 days a week and services anywhere from 12-15 patience a day. In addition to office visits Chad is focusing on working with local schools and business to help reduce occupational injury as a result of poor ergonomics, and injury prevention in athletes. Chad was just invited to oversee the Massabesic Athletic Association managing the severity of injury and helping to prevent reoccurrence of subsequent injuries in young athletes. This opportunity to do on-site triage care will help aid in education as well as proper detection of concussions, a major concern of communities throughout the state. Chad spoke about the importance of immediate management and proper diagnoses of concussions and the studies that support this.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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