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Our Motto
"Service Above Self"
 
Founder: Paul P Harris
Founded: February 23, 1905
 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Norwood
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Chartered April Nineteenth, 1926
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Norwood

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 6:15 PM
Morse House
Norwood, MA  02062
United States
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Latest News
Around springtime, a garage sale is one of our fundraisers. We collect used items from the community and sell them to raise funds for various projects that the club works on, some of them include providing a scholarship to Norwood High students going into technical colleges, honoring the girl and boy scouts, providing for veterans families and much more. We collect individual items or people can rent a table for $25 if they have a lot of items. This has been welcomed by the town people as it helps them dispose of items from spring cleaning...
 Fall coat drive is one of our on-going service projects. The project helps provide winter coats to needy people in and around the Norwood area. Around fall boxes are placed in different locations in the town of Norwood, some of them include the police station, Senior citizen's center, Norwood high school, Civic center and other local businesses. New or mildly used coats are collected and taken to Grace Episcopal church on chapel Street, Norwood. The church also hosts the Ecumenical Food Pantry of Norwood which assists more than 350 families per month. During Thanksgiving season when these families come to the church for their meals, they also have winter coats to take with them.