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Rotarian Pauli Rines hard at work
The Weekly Sentinel July 20, 2018 Edition
The Rotary Club of Kittery has been sponsoring 2 Traip Academy students to attend RYLA
(Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) camp for a number of years. They alwasys come to the club to tell of their experience. It is amazing to hear these young people tell about all that
they learned and that they were so glad they went!
Supporting our young is one of our favorite things to support and we have been doing
Scholarships to Traip Academy Students for numberous years. hese students are our
future and the members of the club are always glad to have a small part in their continued
education. President-elect David Gooch presided at this year's presentation as Club President
Linda Hirst was off in Rhode Island doing good work with some other youths from Maine -
Awarded July 31, 2014 in Washington, D.C.
Charity Auction in The Weekly Sentinel Friday, May 5, 2014
May 21, 2012 Club Meeting
Article published Nov 25, 2009
Grant funds DUI prevention event in Kittery
KITTERY, Maine — The town of Kittery will host an "Every 15 Minute" program in the spring of 2010, before school prom season, as a result of a grant recently obtained by the Rotary Club of Kittery.
A partnership of firefighters, police, school, Rotary Club, Lions Club, York Hospice, and numerous other town organizations and businesses are contributing to put on an interactive multi-day program.
This is designed to heighten awareness of the tragedy of young people killed in alcohol-related car accidents. "Every 15 Minutes" is a national program (www.every15minutes.com) last conducted in Kittery more than six years ago.
The message is still remembered by students who were at R.W.Traip Academy at the time. The Kittery Rotary Club applied for, and received from Rotary District 7780, a grant of almost $3,000, the largest grant of its kind awarded by the District this year.
The funds will be coupled with local donations from the partnering organizations in hopes of ensuring that young lives will be saved.
Unfortunately, the picture in the article below was not a clear one in the newspaper article and it has faded over time.