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Club Meeting Information
 
Welcome to our Rotary Club


 
We meet as follows:
         Thursday, 7:15 AM -  
                            Bridgton Community Center
                            15 Depot Street
                            Bridgton, ME  04009
 
 
Months having 5 Thursdays
         The 5th Thursday is a designated fellowship date for the club.
         Please refer to this Web Page for the particulars of that month's event
 
Statement of Purpose
The Bridgton-Lake Region Rotary Club, a non-profit service organization, helps our local communities’ youth, elderly, veterans and others worldwide in need of food, utilities, education, and access to health care and other services by providing financial support and engaging in hands-on projects.
 
Rotary – 1.2 million members helping YOU make a difference!
 
 
On Friday, November .16 our club had a great evening making pizza.  A big thank you to the Culinary Arts at Lake Region High School. Chef Nick Orgos gave us numerous recipes.
 
 
 

 
 

The Bridgton Lake Region Rotary Club is hosting the first in a series of programs featuring local businesses.  Our November 8th meeting kicked us off to a great start...

Have you ever wondered what happens in the beautiful NAHGA building in downtown Bridgton?  Marney Chalmers joined us and gave a really wonderful presentation of how this business in small-town Bridgton is making a big impact in the lives of their clients. 

Out-of-this-world claims processing by down-to-earth people: at NAHGA, Stellar Service is no accident!

NAHGA is a Third Party Administrator (TPA) that is nationally recognized for processing claims with a personal touch. While they value technology, they know that automation cannot take the place of a friendly voice and a personal connection with your adjuster.

Others may say they care about every client, but at NAHGA, they demonstrate that with personal attention and timely, accurate service on every claim. 

Earning Clients'
Trust for 25 Years.

NAHGA is a family-owned company with offices in Bridgton, ME and North Conway, NH. Since their founding in 1991, they've grown to more than forty employees, and process claims for ten of the premier writers of health and accident insurance for students, sports leagues, day cares and many other organizations. They can customize a claims adjudication program for any organization, large or small, including high-deductible and self-funded plans.

BRIDGTON, MAINE LOCATION
88 MAIN STREET  |  PO BOX 189  |  04009

P. (207) 647-3108  |  F. (207) 647-4569
(800) 952-4320

https://www.nahgaclaimservices.com/

 Children’s Librarian Samantha Zawistowski accepts donation for Literacy Loons!

The Bridgton Public Library is excited to announce a partnership with the Bridgton-Lakes Region Rotary Club in a project to help promote literacy among children in the community.

Literacy Loons! gives every Stevens Brook first grader the opportunity to receive up to $14 of free books from Bridgton Books simply by using their library cards!

This community effort is supported also by Bridgton Books, Friends of the Library, and Bear Pond Learning.

It’s always exciting to see more young faces at the library!

Samantha is flanked by George Szok and George Klauber

Our 9th annual Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, 6/9/18.
 
Proceeds benefit Youth, Seniors and Veterans.  
Citizens of the Month Michael Peterson and Dominic Adams were recognized at last week's meeting and also volunteered at the June 9th Golf Tournament.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rotarian Julianne Forbes received her sixth Paul Harris Fellow pin for contributions to the Rotary Foundation.  Her contributions are directed to the Polio Plus program.  
 
Citizen of the Month, Olivia Deschenes, is recognized for displaying good citizenship and contributions to the school community.  Presenting Olivia is Linda England, Rotary Interact Advisor and Rotarian Lisa Ryan.  Congratulations Olivia!
 
Our Club will prepare and serve the Community Kettle on February 8th.  Volunteers will be needed for serving and clean up.  
This Christmas our Rotary Club adopted students from Songo Locks  and Steven’s Brook Elementary Schools  so they could have presents under the tree. These included clothes, winter wear and toys. 
Here is a letter from Amy Saunders at Songo Locks expressing her appreciation. 
“Songo Locks can't thank you enough for your kindness and generosity to the children and families at the holiday time. The families were grateful for the thoughtfulness and usefulness of items. It is people like you and your organization that make this community great. Please send out sincerest appreciation to all your volunteers and club members. Cheers to a New year!”
Pictured making deliveries (left to right) are George Klauber, Dave Barker, Amy Saunders and Joe Barth.
  
 
  
 
Our club completed installation of a new playground at Bridge Crossing/Dodge House School in Bridgton. This facility is a co-educational facility for students 5-14 years of age. Rotarian Sheila Rollins, Project Coordinator, advises it will provide opportunities for development of cognitive skills, problem solving, and social/emotional skills. This was partially funded through a District Grant by the Rotary Foundation.
 
Over 150 dictionaries were delivered to third graders today at Stevens Brook Elementary, Songo Locks Elementary and the Dodge House School.  Rotarians who made it all happen were Erin Nelson, George Klauber, Linda England, Carol Madsen and Mike Daley.
 
  
  
As part of our serving the community we prepared and served an "Hawaiian" dinner on August 10, 2017.  
 
  
 
 
District Governor Dave Underhill was our guest on September 14th.  We were presented with a grant check to assist with the construction of a playground at Bridge Crossing.  
 
 
Speakers
No Meeting - Community Kettle 5pm
Dec 20, 2018
No Meeting - Community Kettle - 5pm
No Meeting
Dec 27, 2018 7:15 AM
Christmas Week
Club Assembly - BYOBreakfast
Dec 27, 2018 7:15 AM
Club Assembly - BYOBreakfast
Sheila Rollins
Jan 03, 2019 7:15 AM
Puerto Rico
Fellowship
Jan 24, 2019 5:30 PM
Paint the Town - 5:30pm