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Welcome to our Rotary Club of Saugus!

Saugus

Service Above Self

Every 2nd & 4th Thursday Of Each Month
Prince Pizza Restaurant
517 Broadway
Saugus, MA  01906
United States
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The Saugus Rotary Club is presenting Ten Thousand Dollars in Scholarships to graduating 2018 seniors who are Saugus Residents. The Scholarships will be granted as (5) $2,000 Scholarships. Print the application now! (Homepage Download Files, Lower right corner of this page) Deadline to submit your application is 4/9/2018. Must attend one of the following schools: 
  • Saugus High School
  • St. Mary’s
  • Essex North Shore Aggricultural and technical high school
  • Austin Prep
  • Pope John
  • Malden Catholic
  • Bishop Fenwick
  • Northeast Metro tech High School
  • St Johns
  • Arlington Catholic
  • Pioneer Charter School of Science II
Our sincere Thank You to North Shore Bank for sponsoring our Pot Of Gold raffle/dinner being held on March 16, 2018 at Rosaria Restaurant. North Shore Bank is a Shamrock level sponsor.
Saugus Rotary will hold a fundraiser dinner on 3/16/18 at Rosaria Restaurant. Dinner buffet will include passed Hors D'oeuvres, salad, pasta, roasted chicken, potatoes, vegetables, pork loin and dessert. Raffle ticket is $100 each, dinner buffet is $50 per person.

Saugus Rotary Club is excited to announce our upcoming fundraiser being held March 16, 2018 at Rosaria Restaurant. Rosaria Restaurant is located at 190 Main St Saugus, MA 01906. Need not be present to win. Check-In for the event is from 5:00pm to 5:45pm. Dinner & Raffle begins at 6:00pm. Dinner is $50 per person. The raffle is $100 per ticket (maximum of 199 tickets will be sold).

Game Rules And Regulations

  1.  Drawing will begin promptly at 6:00 PM.  Must arrive NO later than 5:45 PM.  Reverse Raffle with multiple silent auction items including a raffle for the 200th ticket.
  2. Only 199 tickets sold!  You do not have to be present to win, but someone or a Rotary Board Member must represent your ticket as a proxy.
  3. At 6:00 PM  the Saugus Rotary Club will draw the first ticket.
  4. After the 190th ticket is drawn, we will stop pulling tickets and have the raffle for the 200th ticket.  The winner of that raffle will be placed in the drum with remaining 9 tickets.
  5. The 200th ticket winner will be able to join the 9 other finalists for a chance to win the $10,000.
  6. The last 10 tickets in the drum are counted and the holders are asked to come up to the front of the room.
  7. Each of the remaining 10 ticket holders are asked if they would like to split the $10,000 or continue with the reverse raffle.
  8. The EMCEE will also ask if anyone would like to sell their ticket or if anyone from the audience would like to make an offer to buy a ticket from the remaining ticket holders.
  9. The last group standing or last person standing wins the $10,000.
  10. Each game ticket costs $100 plus $50 or each dinner ticket.

 

                   

Join the Saugus Rotary Club for our Golf Tournament Fundraiser at Mount Hood in Melrose on Monday October 17, 2016

Proceeds will support:

  • Our annual $10,000.00 Saugus Scholarship Program
  • Community Service Projects
  • Worldwide Polio Immunizations
  • International Service Projects

The tournament is a scramble format, best ball format

Prizes to be awarded

  • Hole in One  - NE Pats trip to San Francisco
  • Closets to Pin
  • Longest Drive
  • Accurate Drive
  • Top Foursome
  • Raffle Prize - Trip for 4 to Myrtle Beach

Schedule

  • Registration:    7:00
  • Shot gun start:    8:30
  • Lunch:         2:00
 
$125 per Golfer
Sponsorships available
 
For more information or to sign up contact Dan Pranka dpranka1@comcast.net (781) 233- 8333

 

 
On May 12, 2016, the Saugus Rotary Club awarded $10,000 in scholarships to the following Saugus students:
 
Amanda Racca was awarded the President's Scholarship presented by current President Casey Lyons.
 
Kira Cocorochio was awarded the Treasurer's Scholarship presented by current Treasurer Janine Castro. 
 
Tory Beauchamp was awarded the Lifetime Service to Rotary Scholarship presented by Past President Tony Struzziero (Rotarian for more than 50 years). 
 
Dennis Scannell was awarded the Service Above Self Scholarship presented by Past President Rob Sipple. 
 
Kathleen Thai was awarded the Community Service Scholarship presented by Past President Brent Bass. 
 
Saugus Rotary would like to thank the scholarship committee, Steve Tarpey, Kevin Tierney and Kang Yu, for their work year after year to choose excellent candidates to receive our scholarships.
 
We wish our scholarship recipients the best of luck and success in college and in their careers and we hope they come back to visit the Saugus Rotary in the future. 
On March 10, 2016, Saugus Rotary inducted six new members: Tom Carroll (Wheelabrator), Suzanne O'Brien (North Shore Bank), Jenniffer Rogers (Salem Five Bank), Bill Petryszyn (YMCA), Al Pantano (Pantano Insurance) and Ken Matthis (Retail). The new members come from varied backgrounds and bring great new energy to the club. We are very excited to welcome them to the club and hope they bring new ideas and passion for helping the Saugus community and beyond!
On June 16, 2016, the Saugus Rotary Club inducted Mr. Dan Pranka as President for the upcoming Rotary year. Dan is the 2nd person in club history to hold the office of President 2 times. On June 30th, Dan will be inducted at the District Installation and the gavel will officially be his. Please support Dan and Saugus Rotary as we continue to support and assist the Saugus community.
 
 
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