Rotary Club of Thomaston distributes over $9,000.00 in Community Grants

The Rotary Club of Thomaston recently distributed over $9,000.00 in Community Grant awards to several local organizations serving Thomaston at a luncheon on Thursday May 26th.
 
Following are the award recipients:
- Black Rock School
- Landmark Community Youth Theatre
- Landmark Community Theatre
- Thomaston Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
- Thomaston High School
- Thomaston Center School
- Thomaston Volunteer Fire Department
- Cub Scout Pack 364, Thomaston, CT
- Thomaston Police Explorers
- Thomaston Public Library
- Thomaston Beautification Committee
- Seth Thomas Park Revitalization Committee
- Light up Thomaston
- Fine Arts Connection, Summer Concert Series
- Thomaston Food Pantry
- New Beginnings
-Thomaston Public Library, Rotary Park Maintenance
 
These worthy local organizations received grants for various needs and projects in Thomaston this year.
 
Thank you to everyone that donates to the Rotary Club of Thomaston through the various fundraisers that we hold each year. Without you, we would not be able to provide these organizations with the funding that they need to make Thomaston a better place to live.
 
Pictured are:
Front Row: Mike Madow, Jen Ewert, Pamala Nascimento, Rachel Giannettino, Jessica Bedosky, Carol Pytel, Mary Lacilla
Back Row: Jeff Dunn, Jordan Burns, MaryBeth Johnson, Amy Schumann, Daniella Ouellette, Gail Balzano, Andrea Bingham, Lauren Budris, Glenn Clark
 
The Rotary Club of Thomaston is a local chapter of Rotary International. We are 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world. If you are interested in joining The Rotary Club of Thomaston, our lunch meetings take place weekly at Black Rock Tavern on Main Street in Thomaston on Thursdays at Noon. Go to www.thomastonrotary.org for more information.
Rotary Club of Thomaston distributes over $9,000.00 in Community Grants Mike Madow 2022-05-26 04:00:00Z 0 Thomaston,Community,Rotary,community grant,giving,grants,volunteering

Rotary Club of Thomaston Community Grants Are Available

The Rotary Club of Thomaston’s Community Grants Program has funding available for a number of worthwhile projects which will benefit the Thomaston community.
 
Local Thomaston civic groups, clubs, and organizations are invited to submit requests in a dollar amount not to exceed $500.00.
 
The deadline for applying is April 8, 2022.
 
Applications are available at the Thomaston Public Library and are also posted on the Rotary Club of Thomaston Facebook Page.
 
You may also visit our website at www.thomastonrotary.org for a copy of the application.
 
Any questions concerning the grant application process may be directed to Mike Madow at madow@snet.net.
 
Completed applications may be emailed to madow@snet.net or mailed to the Rotary Club of Thomaston, Attn: Community Grants Chairperson, P.O. Box 87, Thomaston, CT. 06787.
 
Rotary Club of Thomaston Community Grants Are Available Mike Madow 2022-02-23 05:00:00Z 0

Candidates Sought for Rotary Club of Thomaston Citizen of the Year.

Candidates sought for Rotary Club of Thomaston’s Citizen of the Year.
 
The Rotary Club of Thomaston once again seeks to recognize a local citizen who actively demonstrates Rotary’s motto of “Service above Self”, with a banquet in June held in honor of the recipient.
 
The Rotary Club of Thomaston, Citizen of The Year Committee is currently seeking the public’s input to nominate a candidate for consideration as the next distinguished citizen of Thomaston.
 
The nominee should be an individual who has exemplified themselves by actions, given freely and unselfishly of their talents and time in order to benefit others and the community.
 
Last year’s recipient was Franziska Grohoski Manuel. This will be the Club’s thirty-eighth event in which a deserving citizen will be recognized.
 
The Rotary Club of Thomaston, a 501-C-3 organization, actively supports the community’s needs with its’ Fuel Fund, Crisis Fund, Community Grants, as well as the Scholarship Fund which this event’s proceeds will directly benefit.
 
Nominations must be received by March 1, 2022.
 
Written nominations can be mailed to:
Rotary Club of Thomaston
Attn: Citizen of the Year Committee
P. O. Box 87
Thomaston, CT 06787
 
Or email to ThomastonRotaryCOY22@gmail.com.
 
 
Candidates Sought for Rotary Club of Thomaston Citizen of the Year. Mike Madow 2022-01-29 05:00:00Z 0

Community Grant Applications Available

The Rotary Club of Thomaston’s Community Grants Program has funding available for a number of worthwhile projects which will benefit the Thomaston community.

Local civic groups, clubs, and organizations are invited to submit requests in a dollar amount not to exceed $500.00.

The deadline for applying is April 4, 2020. Applications are available at the Thomaston Public Library and are also posted here on the Rotary Club of Thomaston website. You may also visit our Facebook Page.

Any questions concerning the grant application process may be directed to Mike Madow at ramcorecov@snet.net.

Completed applications may be dropped off at the Thomaston Public Library, emailed to ramcorecov@snet.net or mailed to the Rotary Club of Thomaston, Attn: Community Grants Chairperson, P.O. Box 87 Thomaston, CT. 06787.


Community Grant Applications Available Mike Madow 2020-02-22 05:00:00Z 0
Rotary Club of Thomaston presents Community Grant awards Mike Madow 2019-05-23 04:00:00Z 0 Rotary,Thomaston,awards,community grant,grants

Community Grant Applications Are now Available

The Rotary Club of Thomaston’s Community Grants Program has funding available for a number of worthwhile projects which will benefit the Thomaston community.
 

Local civic groups, clubs, and organizations are invited to submit requests in a dollar amount not to exceed $500.00.
 

The deadline for applying is April 5, 2019. Applications are available at the Thomaston Public Library and are also posted here on the Rotary Club of Thomaston Facebook Page. You may also visit our website at www.thomastonrotary.org

 

Any questions concerning the grant application process may be directed to Mike Madow (860-283-2869).

 

Completed applications may be dropped off at the Thomaston Public Library, emailed to ramcorecov@snet.net or mailed to the Rotary Club of Thomaston, P.O. Box 87 Thomaston, CT. 06787.

Community Grant Applications Are now Available Mike Madow 2019-03-01 05:00:00Z 0 Rotary,Thomaston,application,community grant,grants

Lip-sync battle raises money for charity

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The Interact Club from Thomaston High School hosted a Teacher vs. Student Lip Sync Battle.  This event was loads of fun, but it also served a purpose. By the end of the event, the cub raised $900 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! Proving that serving your community can be a blast. 
 
Look below for more fun pictures. 
Lip-sync battle raises money for charity Cara Johnson 2018-04-27 04:00:00Z 0
Congratulations to the March 2018, Rotary Club of Thomaston Student of the Month, Kaelyn Foss! Mike Madow 2018-03-15 04:00:00Z 0 Rotary
A night of Bowling with THS Interact Club Mike Madow 2018-03-12 04:00:00Z 0 Bowling,Fun,Interact,Rotary

Rotary Community Grants Program Funding is Available

The Rotary Club of Thomaston’s Community Grants Program has funding available for a number of worthwhile projects which will benefit the Thomaston community. 
 
Local civic groups, clubs, and organizations are invited to submit requests in a dollar amount not to exceed $500.00.   
The deadline for applying is April 2, 2018. Applications are available at the Thomaston Public Library and can be obtained from the Rotary Club of Thomaston Facebook Page right here at our website. 
 
Any questions concerning the grant application process may be directed to Mike Madow (860-283-2869).  Completed applications may be dropped off at the Thomaston Public Library or mailed to the Rotary Club of Thomaston P.O. Box 87 Thomaston, CT. 06787.
Rotary Community Grants Program Funding is Available Mike Madow 2018-03-03 05:00:00Z 0 Rotary,Thomaston,application,community grant,fund

Distinguished Citizen to be Honored

Posted by Roger Perreault
The Rotary Club of Thomaston will once again, recognize a local Distinguished Citizen in April, with a banquet held in honor of the recipient.
 
Rotary's mottos are "Service above Self' and "One Profits Most Who Serves Best", stated Roger Perreault, Chairman of the Selection Committee. "This is what we are looking for in our next Distinguished Citizen", said Perreault...
Distinguished Citizen to be Honored Roger Perreault 2018-01-26 05:00:00Z 0

Installation of Officers

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We would like thank Dave Mangs, newly elected District 7890 Governor, for visiting our club this past Thursday. It was great to have him there to participate in the installation of our Club President and Board of Directors.
 
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Pirate Ship Playscape for Nystrom Park

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Thanks to the generosity of several Rotary Members, including Frank Wargo, our District 7890 Governor, we were able to install a Pirate Ship Playscape in Nystrom Park. The project was delayed by weather, but a few sunny days, cooperation with the CT Department of Transportation, and the volunteers from our dedicated club brought our project to completion. 
Pirate Ship Playscape for Nystrom Park Cara Johnson 2017-06-30 04:00:00Z 0

Community Grants

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The Rotary Club of Thomaston presented Community Grant awards to several recipients at our weekly meeting on Thursday, May 25, 2017. Read more to learn how we support our local community. 
Community Grants Mike Madow 2017-06-02 04:00:00Z 0

Student of the Month Jared Kahn

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Congratulations to our June 2017, Rotary Student of the Month, Jared Kahn!

Pictured with Jared are Rotary Member & Thomaston Super​in​tend​ent of Schools; Francine Coss and Rotary Club President Mike Burr.

Also pictured with Jared are his Mother and Father, Dana & Jeff Kahn.

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