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The Rotary Club of Marlborough invites friends and family to join them for an authentic Italian dinner on Wednesday, May 16. It will be held at Hellenic Hall at the Greek Church on Cashman Street in Marlborough. Rotarians will serve dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Chefs Domenic Valarioti and Doug Palino will serve pasta, meatballs, sausages, Italian bread, snacks and desserts. A cash bar will be available for those who like wine or beer with their dinner.
“This is our fifth annual Italian Night,” Rotary Club President Sem Aykanian noted, “Its popularity has kept it growing, and we invite one and all to this annual event.”
Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for those under age 10 and over age 62. You can buy tickets in advance from any Marlborough Rotarian. You can also purchase tickets at the door.
To round out the evening, there will be Italian music and, raffles. In all, a great family night out!
Marlborough Rotary Club scholarship applications deadline April 30
The Marlborough Rotary Club would like to remind any graduating high school seniors that the deadline for submitting scholarship applications to the club is Monday, April 30.
The club awards scholarships to Marlborough residents graduating from Marlborough High School, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (AVRTHS), and a student who resides in Marlborough but attends another area secondary school. Each candidate must be a senior graduating from high school in good standing and be accepted to a two- or four-year college.
In addition, the club awards a $250 grant to an AVRTHS graduate in vocational studies to use to buy the tools of his/her trade.
Applications are available from the students’ respective high schools, directly from the Marlborough Rotary Club, P.O. Box 186, Marlborough, MA 01752, through any Marlborough Rotarian, or the website www.marlboroughrotary.org .
“Youth service is a major component of the Marlborough Rotary Club’s community service, and education is the keystone for the future of our young people” noted club president, Sem Aykanian. “It’s in the best tradition of Rotary’s motto, ‘Service above Self’’.”
The Marlborough Rotary Club, which has been serving the youth, charities and service agencies of the community since 1922, welcomes new members.
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Can you believe it? Another year and we are getting ready at the Rotary Club of Marlborough for our largest event of the year.
Turkey Shoot! Saturday, November 18th Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School cafeteria.