Club is making the holidays bright
The holidays are fun times for members of our Club. We were busy making the holidays bright for Westborough - lighting the trees in & around the rotary, welcoming Santa, and partnering with Westborough Youth and Family Services on the Free Holiday Store for families in need. Click the slideshow to see more photos, or contact Club President Bill Domings to learn more.
Donation supports electronic "Welcome" sign
Club President Bill Domings recently presented a check for $20,000 to the Town of Westborough, to help fund installation of an electronic "welcome" sign board at Lyman and East Main Streets. Club members Bill Bloom and John Walden collaborated with Eagle Scout Nicholas Schur, who managed the project.
The sign will be used to announce town events and community activities, and installation is planned before the end of the year. Pictured L-R: Rotarians Bill Bloom, Jessica Thomas, Dave Kaiser, and Bill Domings; Eagle Scout Nicholas Schur, Selectman George Barrett, Selectman Denny Drewry, Selectman Ian Johnson, and Selectman Timothy Dodd.
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Club provides major support for rainwater harvesting
A donation from the Rotary Club of Westborough will allow students from WPI to have a global impact through a rainwater harvesting project in Guatemala. Working collaboratively with the new WPI chapter of Engineers Without Borders, the Rainwater Harvesting Project will be installing roof rainwater collection units on individual homes, freeing them from polluted ground water and making it possible for each home to have lavatories. Find out more about this exciting project.
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