Speaker Date Topic
Board Meeting Mar 02, 2021
Chris Phillips Mar 02, 2021
Community 2000
Dan Makin Mar 02, 2021
Professional Planning Group

Chariho Rotary Investment Portfolio Presentation

Troop 121 Hopkinton Mar 09, 2021
Troop 121 Hopkinton
Doug Randall Jr. Mar 16, 2021
Industrious Spirits update

Doug will provide an update on the company since his fall presentation, including the new "Blue Velvet Bourbon"

John Mousseau Mar 23, 2021
An Overview of The Markets since the pandemic.

John Mousseau, President of Cumberland Advisors, gives an overview of the markets since the outset of the pandemic.

David Rose Mar 30, 2021

David Rose, owner of Rose Computer Technology Services (https://www.facebook.com/rosects/reviews/?ref=page_internal) speaks about the current state of cybersecurity.

Board Meeting Apr 06, 2021
Carolyn Maxwell Apr 13, 2021
Love Letters by Emily

A unique story of how to overcome disabilty and use technology to create a creative business.

Check out: https://www.lovelettersbyemily.com/


Greg Smithers Apr 20, 2021
International adoption.

Greg Smithers, past president of the Cambridge Area Rotary Club in Cambridge, VT, talks about the process of adopting his daugher internationally.

His daughter, Grace, is always a highlight at club (and other) events.

Jeffrey Hollender Apr 27, 2021
American Sustainable Business Council

JEFFREY HOLLENDER is the CEO, co-founder and Board Chair of the American Sustainable Business Council, a coalition of 200,000 business leaders committed to changing the rules of business.
He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Stern School at New York University, a consultant to sustainable start-ups and the founder of Hollender Sustainable Brands, which sells Sustain Natural wellness products. More than thirty years ago, he co-founded Seventh Generation and went on to build the company into a $150 million natural product brand known for its authenticity, transparency, and progressive business practices. Jeffrey's passion for changing the negative impact that industry has on the environment and society is evident in each of his seven books, including 2010's The Responsibility Revolution: How the Next Generation of Businesses Will Win.

Jeffrey’s first business ventures were in the fields of banking, education and publishing: he was a co-founder of Brooklyn’s Community Capital Bank, and the founder of the Skills Exchange in Toronto and Network for Learning in New York City. He sold Network for Learning to Warner Publishing, a division of Warner Communications in 1985. Jeffrey is the former Chair of the Greenpeace Fund US and a strategic consultant to them.

Board Meeting May 04, 2021
Palmer Hunt May 25, 2021
Maple Sugaring

Palmer Hunt, a life-long Vermonter, talks about Maple Sugaring.

Board Meeting Jun 01, 2021
Tim Babcock Jun 08, 2021
Golf Tourney Planning

All hands on deck!  Just a few days till the golf tournament!