Rotary Club of Chariho
Speaker Date Topic
Hannah Duscha Apr 30, 2024
Club Assembly May 07, 2024
Board Meeting
Rob Snyder May 14, 2024
Troop 121 Hopkinton
  • Trustworthy. A Scout tells the truth. A Scout is honest and keeps promises. People can depend on a Scout.
  • Loyal. A Scout is loyal to those to whom loyalty is due. [no change, but still doesn’t explain what loyalty means]
  • Helpful. A Scout cares about other people. A Scout helps others without expecting payment or reward. A Scout fulfills duties to the family by helping at home.
  • Friendly. A Scout is a friend to all other Scouts. A Scout offers friendship to people of all races, religions, and nations, and a Scout respects them even if their beliefs and customs are different.
  • Courteous. A Scout is polite to people of all ages and positions. A Scout understands that using good manners makes it easier for people to get along.
  • Kind. Scouts treat others as they want others to treat them. A Scout knows there is strength in being gentle. A Scout does not harm or kill any living thing without good reason.
  • Obedient. A Scout follows the rules of the family, school and troop. Scouts obey the laws of their communities and countries. If a Scout thinks these rules and laws are unfair, then change is sought in an orderly way.
  • Cheerful. A Scout looks for the bright side of life. A Scout cheerfully does assigned tasks, and tries to make others happy, too.
  • Thrifty. Scouts work to pay their own way and to help others. Scouts save for the future. A Scout protects and conserves natural resources, and is careful in the use of time, money, and property.
  • Brave. A Scout faces danger even when afraid. A Scout does the right thing even when doing the wrong thing or doing nothing would be easier.
  • Clean. Scouts keep their bodies and minds fit. A Scout chooses friends who also live by high standards. Scouts avoid profanity and pornography. A Scout helps keep the home and community clean.
  • Reverent. A Scout is reverent toward God. A Scout is faithful in fulfilling religious duties. A Scout respects the beliefs of others.
Christopher Josephson May 21, 2024
Hasbro Childrens Hospital Foundation

Our Guiding Principles

At Lifespan’s pediatric hospitals, we follow a philosophy of patient- and family-centered care. We believe that the family’s active involvement is key to a child’s health and healing, and we recognize parents as essential members of the care team.

Our philosophy means that we:

  • Share complete and unbiased information with parents and help with decision-making to the extent they choose, based on their level of comfort.
  • Honor the diversity of patients and families, and their values, beliefs and cultural backgrounds.
  • Recognize and build on family strengths.
  • Follow policies and programs that respond to family needs.

With a wealth of knowledge and expertise, Lifespan offers centers of excellence in many specialties.

Gil Barnes May 28, 2024
Community Grant Night
Club Assembly Jun 04, 2024
Board Meeting
Million $ Meal Jun 11, 2024
Golf tournament prep night
Tim Babcock Jun 18, 2024
Golf tournament re-cap
Angela Ponte Jun 21, 2024
2024 - 2025 Offficer Installation Dinner
Adam Quinlan Jun 25, 2024
URI Foundation

University of Rhode Island Foundation & Alumni Engagement (URIFAE) secures and manages contributions from alumni, parents, corporations, foundations, and friends on behalf of the University of Rhode Island, engages alumni through programming and communication, and establishes collaborative relationships with companies to encourage access to University resources through the Business Engagement Center.

New commitments combine with distributions from the endowment (managed by URIFAE) to provide the University with funding for scholarships, faculty, academic programs, and new initiatives to enrich the URI experience. We are grateful to the individuals and organizations whose generosity advances the University’s commitment to excellence, diversity, and innovation.

URIFAE President Lil Breul O’Rourke leads these efforts under the guidance of a volunteer Board of Directors and in concert with University leadership.

Board meeting Jul 02, 2024
Club Officer Installation
Tim Babcock Jul 23, 2024
Scolarship Award Night
Larry Dunn Aug 06, 2024
Board Meeting
Rick Lawrence Aug 20, 2024
Guatemala Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Projects

Over the past 13 years nearly 50% of the Rotary Clubs in District 7890 have participated in funding sustainable clean water, sanitation, and hygiene projects for the indigenous Mayans in the northern highlands of Guatemala.  Under the stewardship of Rotarian Rick Lawrence from the Manchester, CT Rotary Club, this has resulted in 25 villages receiving these facilities, serving over 15,000 people.  Since 2006 we have partnered with an NGO, ALDEA, which has maintained a stellar reputation for accountability and project management and the Rotary Club of La Antigua, GUA which functions as our “Host”.

Larry Dunn Sep 03, 2024
Board Meeting
Larry Dunn Oct 01, 2024
Board Meeting