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Brookline Rotary is helping to support these primary needs and we hope that you will also consider making a direct donation to:
  • Brookline Food Pantry
  • Brookline SafetyNet
  • Brookline Teen Center Thursday Night Supper Club
  • Women Thriving Healthy Cooking Classes with Boston University Sargent College School of Occupational Therapy and Boston University Rotaract Club
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We are very disappointed to learn this morning that the Town has CLOSED the Brookline Avenue Playground.  Dog Day is postponed to our Rain Date of November 7, next Sunday.  Please help us Pray for Sunshine next Sunday!
 

Vendors, Food, Dog Frisbee Demo, Halloween Costume, Competitions, Brookline Police Department Canine Corps

Come prepared: Halloween Costume Competitions, Dog Talent Competition

Demonstrations: Dog Frisbee, BPD Canine Unit

Go to http://bit.ly/brdogday for details

All proceeds to benefit local Rotary charities and “NEADS”, National Education for Assistance Dog Services.

Tickets: $20/family unit; $10/family unit for Green Dog License holders.

Rain Date November 7, 2021.

Dog Day Draft Agenda

Dog Day Rules

 

As is the tradition at Brookline Rotary, we will once again be hosting a concession stand outside the Courtyard Marriott on Monday, 10/11/21 during the Boston Marathon.  Proceeds from the sale of hotdogs, burgers and veggie burgers will go to support the Special Olympics.  Stop by and help us to keep these athletes "running".    Click here to sign up to volunteer.
 
At our meeting of September 9 we gathered to honor Dr. Swannie Jett, Director of Health and Human Services in Brookline, presenting him with a Paul Harris Award.  This is the highest honor Rotary can confer on a member of our community.  It recognizes his service to the community, in line with the ideals of Rotary.  Dr. Jett has coordinated Brookline's response to COVID-19 and steered us admirably through these difficult times.  His work was cited by Powerful Patient in 2020 as a model for keeping his community safe.  See also interview at https://powerfulpatient.org/containing-covid-19/.  He will be leaving Brookline to return to his home state and run a community health clinic in Louisville, Kentucky.  We are sad to see him go and wish him all the best in his new undertaking.
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