First Annual Ugly Sweater Fun Run/Walk/Roll
Sunday December 10, 2017
Veterans Memorial Park
We are partnering with The Humane Society of Chittenden County for the fun event. Proceeds from the event will help support the Rotary's community service projects and HSCC's Camp Paw Paw.
Consider becoming a sponsor and review our sponsor information on the tab above.
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South Burlington Rotarians were happy to be able to deliver items to the Angel Fund Holiday Gift Shop located at 80 Kirby Road ion South Burlington. Please contact Anne Corley at 864-6316 for more information about donating new or gently used items or making a monetary donation.
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Sally Borden Receives 2015 Fred Tuttle Award 2015-12-25 05:00:00Z 0
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
On August 15th, 2015, South Burlington turns 150!  Mark your calendars to join a city wide festival, a CityFest, at Veterans Memorial Park on Dorset Street. 
The South Burlington Rotary Club and the City of South Burlington are partnering to create a City celebration.  This year, 2015, is the 150th anniversary of the City.  With your help, we will create an event that celebrates the City's history, our businesses and organizations, our schools and most importantly the residents of South Burlington.  There will be a blend of music and family focused activities with local foods and beverages being offered. 
If you are interested in joining our Vendor Village or Craft Fair, please see this page for more information on registering: Vendor Village & Craft Fair Registration
Planned events may include:
  • The Great Birthday Cake Race
  • Police Crime Prevention display
  • VT National Guard display
  • Storytelling
  • Business displays
  • TechChallenge
  • Raffles, silent auction
  • Craft Beer garden and food trucks
  • Fire Rescue Department safety demonstration
  • History of South Burlington exhibits
  • Georgetown University Energy Prize display
  • Local live music/comedy club
  • Team Sports competitions
  • Non-profit displays
  • Music competition
If you are interested in joining our Vendor Village or Craft Fair, please see this page for more information on registering: Vendor Village & Craft Fair Registration
For more information email: or call John Buechler at (802) 338-5220
The City of South Burlington turned 150 year old this year and we're throwing a party. South Burlington Rotary and the City of South Burlington have partnered to create, CityFest 2015 to celebrate the milestone. The celebration will take place on August 15th at Veterans Memorial Park on Dorset St. 
The days activities will begin at 9AM with the Rotary Craft Fair. At 11AM the festivities continue with carnival rides, bouncy slides, face painting, exhibitor displays, food trucks, beer garden and live music all afternoon. We're planning to have a Blackhawk helicopter on site along with a touch-a-truck area with vehicles from the City's Public Works, Police, Fire and Rescue departments. US Tennis Association will have mini courts set up for demonstrations, the hockey rink will be open while at the other end of the park will be an all ages home run derby contest. At the Wheeler Nature area there will guided tours through the property. At 5PM the Vermont Original Music Competition begins with 4 local musicians playing original music for a grand prize worth $5000. After the competition there will be more local live music leading up the fireworks finale around 9:30PM
The vendor village tent will have a history display featuring memorabilia and photos from the City's past, the SB Energy Prize group will have a display with energy saving ideas and products. The City Library will have a photo both and bubble maker along with the book mobile and other fun activities. Area businesses and organizations will have space to promote there products and services.
Parking will be limited at the Park for volunteers, vendors and exhibitors but we will have special busses running throughout the city during the event. The School bus department will be have special bus routes and schedules bringing residents from their local elementary and the middle school lots to CityFest. For bicycle riders a secure bike drop and valet will be on site. Handicap parking will be available.
CityFest 2015 - 150th Anniversary of South Burlington VT Thomas Chittenden 2015-04-01 00:00:00Z 0
2014 Frederick H. Tuttle Memorial Award - South Burlington High School Principal Patrick Burke TIC 2015-01-20 00:00:00Z 0
Rotarians Walk to End Alzheimers! Lynda Camire 2014-09-21 04:00:00Z 0
District Governor Bruce Patch Visits Club July 31, 2014 Brad Chenette 2014-07-31 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Brad Chenette on Jul 23, 2014

The South Burlington Rotary Club gives $5,000 from the proceeds of their 2014 Annual Golf tournament to the Rick Marcotte Central School Legacy Playground project which is scheduled to break ground for Phase 1 in early September.Image


$5000 Donation to South Burlington Playground Brad Chenette 2014-07-24 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Brad Chenette on Feb 17, 2014

Please help support Rotary

by playing on our

Annual Golf Tournament

Monday May 19th


Vermont National Golf Club.

Download your registration form from the dropdown at the top of this page.

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State of Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin speaks at our meeting Brad Chenette 2014-02-13 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Brad Chenette on Jan 29, 2014
SB high school student and her mom Elizabeth and Katrina Khosravi talked to us at this weeks meeting about her charity project "Two Worlds Coming Together" charity project for India to help with the affected area that the strong monsoon flooding damaged. See her FB page for detail and how to help
Worlds Coming Together Brad Chenette 2014-01-30 00:00:00Z 0
Rotary Youth Exchange students Brad Chenette 2014-01-02 00:00:00Z 0
2013 annual “Fred Tuttle Award” presented to Jake Agna Brad Chenette 2013-12-12 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jay Pasackow on Oct 09, 2013
Please help by nominating a candidate for the 2013 Frederick H. Tuttle Memorial Award, read more to review the criteria, download the application from the "Download" section to the left on this homepage......
Frederick H. Tuttle Memorial Award Jay Pasackow 2013-10-10 00:00:00Z 0
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk Oct 20 Sandra Walsh 2013-10-07 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Brad Chenette on Aug 28, 2013

It has been about 10 months since Chelsea Keyser left VT to attend the University of Bradford as a Rotary Peace Fellow.  Chelsea is enrolled in the Peace, Conflict and Development Masters Program.  Chelsea recently spoke at our Rotary meeting and she said that the Rotary Peace Fellowship has allowed her to learn about peacekeeping on an international level through the United Nations down to peace building on a local level, using customary institutions to resolve disputes among community members.


Chelsea was able to attend several Rotary meetings and a District conference and a District assembly while in England.  Chelsea is currently interning at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia and beginning in August she will be interning at the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping in New York City.   She will return to England in October to work on her thesis and finish her studies at the University of Bradford.


Chelsea truly exemplifies what a Rotary Peace Fellow should be.  She has a great energy and passion about peacekeeping that you can really sense when you hear her speak.  She is a fine role model for folks young and old and is a great representative for Rotary.

Chelsea Keyser, Rotary Peace Fellow Brad Chenette 2013-08-29 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Lynda Camire on May 10, 2012
We wish a warm Rotary welcome to our newest member inducted 5/10/12 - John Buechler.
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Posted by Lynda Camire on Jun 26, 2011

Congratulations to

Peyton Coel

Aster O'Leary 


Kelly Jean Bevins 

with special mention going out to the winners of the Judges' Awards

Mike Bowler

Ryley MacKay

Donald Dalton.

You can order pictures from the event by going to this link.

Thanks to all of our contestants and to all of the community for making this a successful event.! 

Congratulations to the Winners! Lynda Camire 2011-06-27 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Lynda Camire on Jun 22, 2011

On behalf of the Rotary Club of South Burlington, I would like to thank all of the participants in the Talent Show Auditions.

 Unfortunately the popularity of the show has grown over the years and this year we needed to have auditions. you will find those of you who have been chosen to participate in the Sunday Show by clicking in the Tab above labeled Talent Show Contestants.

Your times are posted and we ask that you be at the Band Shell at least 15 minutes prior to your designated appearance time. This year we will also have a professional photographer present who will be taking pictures of each act off stage. We look to give you access to these pictures a few days following the show. We also hope to use them  in The Other Paper as well as in future promotions.

Remember the show begins at 5 pm at the Rotary Band Shell in Dorset Park. In case of rain the show will be moved into the auditorium at the S. Burlington High School. Signs will be posted at the park if there is a change.

 Jay Pasackow - Event Chairman

Talent Show Contestants Announced Lynda Camire 2011-06-23 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Lynda Camire on Jun 21, 2011

Join us

Sunday June 26th


The Rotary Bandshell at Dorset Park

4:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.  

Pre-Show Entertainment with Marko the Magician

5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.   

   Talent Show

Three Categories: Youth, Junior, Adult

Hosted by Jamie Polli of University Mall

Celebrity Judges include

Dr. Lewis First - Vermont Children's Hospital

Sharon Meyer of WCAX-TV

George Mallet of WPTZ 

Join us for Community Fun and Entertainment! 

5th Annual South Burlington Has Talent Event Lynda Camire 2011-06-22 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Lynda Camire on May 10, 2011

Recreation Path Project

This project has come to a successful conclusion to its first phase. In a relatively short period of time we raised funds to purchase 21 new benches and 5 new signs for the South Burlington recreation path. These will be located in various locations along the path. Donations came from individuals, neighborhoods and businesses. Everyone one who donated had high compliments for the Rotary undertaking this project. The next step is to order the benches and signs. We look to have them in place by the end of June. On each bench and sign there will be a plaque recognizing the donor along with the Rotary Club of So. Burlington. So this summer, take a walk and enjoy the new path additions.

Phase One is Complete! Lynda Camire 2011-05-10 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Lynda Camire on May 06, 2011

The South Burlington Rotary Club received special recognition this week and received a District 7850 Literacy Award

Literacy is one our passions and we make sure to focus on a variety of projects each year. We participated in the following projects this year just to name a few:

  • Sponsored the South Burlington Bookmobile
  • Provided Weekly Donations of Books to the Childrens' Library
  • Provided Dictionaries to every 4th grader in South Burlington
  • Supported The Shine Program in South Africa to help provide glasses to Children in Need.
  • Conducted a Speech Contest. 
  • Promoted Literacy Month in March 2010 and had several Literacy speakers 

We are committed to helping to support literacy programs in our local community and worldwide. Please contact us if you wish to become involved in our efforts! 

Literacy is One of Our Passions! Lynda Camire 2011-05-06 14:45:04Z 0
Posted by Lynda Camire on May 04, 2011

The South Burlington Rotary Club has received a District Simplified Grant to help bring fresh water to people in Haiti 


Our Club received $600 from our Rotary District for the Bio Sand Water Project for Duchity Haiti.  Rotarian Donna Thomas visited Haiti in early March and was able to purchase 3 bio sand filters with the funds from our grant and transport them to Duchity Haiti.  Our Club’s goal is to provide 3 bio-sand water filters for a new vocational school in Duchity, Haiti.  Donna was able to get one filter installed while there. Our club partnered with the Vermont Haiti Project (under the guidance of Jean Despagne Felix and Donna Thomas), and the Duchity Organization for Vocational Education (under the guidance of Jean Despagne Felix).


Our Club already has a history with the Vermont Haiti Project.  In January 2009 the Club provided $250 for Despagne Felix to attend a water filtration class.  In 2009, the Club also donated school supplies to fill backpacks for distribution to needy Haitian school children and in April 2010 our Club used a District Simplified Grant of $1,000 to purchase books for local Haitian merchants for a school that had no books whatsoever.

Rotary is Helping Haiti Lynda Camire 2011-05-05 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Lynda Camire on Mar 21, 2011

On Thursday evening, December 16, 2010, the South Burlington (Vermont) Rotary Club will present Todd Goodwin with its annual Frederick Tuttle Award at the DoubleTree in South Burlington, This annual award is given to a community member who has shown exemplary vocational work in the South Burlington Community. 


Mr. Goodwin has served the South Burlington Recreation Department since 1980 where he has been Assistant Director since 2003. His work has been recognized far beyond South Burlington’s boundaries including receipt of a Sports Illustrated Community Champion Award in 2005, the Vermont Recreation and Park Association’s President’s Award in 2008, and the Brungardt Outstanding Professional Award in 2008.  He is currently Assistant State Chair of the Hershey National Track & Field Program, and President of the Vermont Recreation & Parks Association where he has also served as chair for the Association’s annual conference for the past five years.


In 2008, South Burlington Rotary recognized Mr. Goodwin’s service with an Exemplary Employee Award.  In nominating Mr. Goodwin for the Tuttle Award, Rotarian Jay Pasackow recalled Mr. Goodwin’s value to the Club in producing its annual “South Burlington’s Got Talent” talent show, “Todd’s work and dedication to this show has truly helped make it into the success that it is.  He was always there to make things happen and his personal demeanor with adult performers, young performers and their parents, and the public has been critical to the event’s success.  Todd worked diligently behind the scenes; Rotary is very thankful to Todd.”


Like Fred Tuttle, Todd Goodwin exemplifies how a person’s day-to-day work, his vocation, can enrich the community.

Congratulations to Todd Goodwin! Lynda Camire 2011-03-21 10:01:19Z 0
Posted by John St. Hilaire on Mar 03, 2011

It is time to think GOLF.

The Golf Committee is ramping up efforts to contact area organizations to sponsor our 2011 golf tournament. We hope everyone will jump in again to make these contacts to ensure 2011 is another successful year.

New to the website is the "Golf Tournament " drop down menu where you can find the tournament poster, sponsorship opportunities, the registration form, and the list of sponsor contacts.

We will continue with some old favorites like the silent auction, 50/50 raffle, and Mulligan sales on the day of the tournament. We will run a "free 4-some" raffle this year. Ticket sales be voluntary to keep things light and fun. If you would like tickets to buy or sell, please let me know or pick some up at the check in table at our weekly meetings.

The golf committee will provide more information as we get closer to our event.  


Golf Committee Kicks off 2011 Tournament John St. Hilaire 2011-03-04 00:00:00Z 0
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Concert to End Polio October 24th Lynda Camire 0
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Leslie Mercy has completed our Red Badge Program. Great job, Leslie!Image

Great Job, Leslie! Lynda Camire 0
Have You Purchased Your Tickets Yet? Lynda Camire 0
Josh Jarvis Induction Brad Chenette 0
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The Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) has partnered with SBHS for many years.  The purpose of RYE is to present opportunities for high school students to advance their education, experience new cultures, learn another language and contribute to world understanding.  This is accomplished through experiences gained by attending school while living with host families in a different country. When participating in the exchange, students benefit from the sponsorship, supervision and support of the local host Rotary Club.  

The South Burlington Rotary is sponsoring Alex Pasanen and Samantha Wulfson as exchange participants in 2013-2014..

Alex will be going to France this summer for a short-term exchange and Samantha will be going to Argentina for the full year long exchange.  
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Please note that our meetings are back at Vermont National Country Club starting this Thursday, April 4th.
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Larry Michaels Joins the Club Lynda Camire 0
Welcome Marge Von Olson! Lynda Camire 0
Posted by Lynda Camire
Rotarians delivered dictionaries to all 4th graders on January 9th, 2013.  This annual traditions helps to support our focus on Literacy each year.
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This year's Fred Tuttle Award has been awarded to Anne Corley. Anne  retired 18 years ago from South Burlington High School.  She was a teacher when Fred Tuttle was superintendent. She became interested in volunteering in the community at the suggestion of fellow teacher Jane Stickney.  Anne feels strongly about helping those less fortunate and in need. She started helping at the Chittenden County Food Shelf after retiring. About 8 years ago she and Jane (a Williston resident) established the Angel Fund and Shop.  They hold multiple garage sales to help fund the many requests they receive from Social Service Agencies for assistance with fuel and utility bills, help for those re entering the work force or returning to school and much more.  Each holiday, Anne's house turns into a Christmas  shop where parents and children in need can shop for their families. The number of individual's and families who have been helped through Anne's efforts is a testament to why she is the ideal Fred Tuttle Award recipient and a true example of giving back to one's community.

Join us in congratulating, Anne!

Anne Corley is the Winner of the Fred Tuttle Award! Lynda Camire 0
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South Burlington Rotary Youth Exchange

The Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) has partnered with SBHS for many years.  The purpose of RYE is to present opportunities for high school students to advance their education, experience new cultures, learn another language and contribute to world understanding.  This is accomplished through experiences gained by attending school while living with host families in a different country. When participating in the exchange, students benefit from the sponsorship, supervision and support of the local host Rotary Club.


During this school year, the South Burlington Rotary is sponsoring two “outgoing” students from SBHS who are participating in the exchange in Slovakia and Chile.  Correspondingly, Rotary and SBHS are sponsoring two “incoming” students (a girl from Finland and a boy from Brazil).  These two students are currently placed with host families and having a wonderful experience.  The goal of Rotary, however, is to maximize exposure for RYE students to American culture through two or more host family experiences.  We are currently seeking additional host families for our student from Brazil, for the time period of December 27th to the end of the school year.  Gui is from the City of Francisco Beltraeo, Brazil.  He is years 16 years old and will turn 17 on March 20, 2013.  His home family consists of his mom & dad, as well as a 14 year old brother and a 5 year old sister, so he is used to siblings. Gui's English is good and he participated in Soccer (JV) at SBHS in the Fall.  He has recently expressed an interest in joining the snowboarding club for the winter.


Please consider sharing your world and the experiences that this bright, energetic and wonderful young person is bringing into our community so that your life and that of your children may also benefit from participating in the RYE experience.  If interested in becoming a host family or to learn more about Gui, please, contact former Superintendent of Schools and Rotarian Bruce Chattman by email ( or telephone (863-5325).

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We are currently accepting applications for this annual community award. This award goes to a person who lives or works in South Burlington and had contributed significantly in some way to their vocation.  The committee considers such factors as their profession, how long he or she have been involved in their vocation and whether the individual exemplifies the Rotary ideals.

A quick word on the history of the naming of the award. Prior to his death, the Club presented Mr. Frederick Tuttle with a Paul Harris Fellow award for his contributions to the community. Fred served as a Superintendent of the South Burlington Schools from 1971-1992. Mr. Tuttle died after a courageous battle with cancer on May 14th, 1992. Since then, the Middle School has been renamed the Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School. He also served as principal of the South Burlington Middle School for many years. The club's sentiments is that Mr. Tuttle exemplified the ideals of what this award is intended to recognize. As such, the award is name in his memory.

A plaque commemorating the past recipients of the award is placed in City Hall. The recipient may designate the recipient of a $250 donation from the club and is given an Honorary Membership in Rotary for a year. The award is presented at our annual Holiday Party which will take place on December 13th this year.

Please consider nominating a worthy community member. The application is to the left of this paragraph under the download section. Please contact Matt Johnson at  434-2603 with any questions.

Accepting Nominations for the Fred Tuttle Memorial Award Lynda Camire 0
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The entire club and the cast and crew of Nightmare Vermont would like to thank you everyone for another successful year of shows at Nightmare Vermont. Thanks to you, we were able to raise over $20,000 profit to use toward our community support. Thank you all for your support!
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We had a great opening weekend at Nightmare Vermont!  Over 700 people went through the show despite the rainy weather. This weekend's forecast is looking great. Go to to order your tickets today before they sell out.
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Rotary Donates $2,000 to South Burlington Veteran's Memorial Lynda Camire 0
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We have received word from our Exchange students - Peter Huffman and Emma Briody.  Check out their thoughts under the download section of this site.
News from our Exchange Students Lynda Camire 0
Get Your Tickets Now! Lynda Camire 0
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District 7850 held it's RYE Orientation on September 15th at VTC for the 14 students from various countries throughout the world.  The countries they come from include:  Japan, Finland, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Croatia, France, Australia, Mexico, Germany, Romania.

Attending from the South Burlington Club were Matt Johnson and Bruce Chattman as well as out two RYE students - Gui Mujahed from Brazil and Elina Teittinen from Finland and their host parents - Mike Huffman (Gui) and Paul & Amy Briody (Elina).
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Once again, South Burlington Rotary is partnering with Nightmare Vermont for another year of amazing performances.  Auditions will be held at South Burlington High School Auditorium on Friday Sept 7th from 7-9:30 p.m. and Sat Sept 8th from 2-4:40 p.m..  We need more than 40 people for the show. All are welcome. We hope to see you there!

More information can be found at
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John Davis was recognized this morning as South Burlington Rotary's newest Paul Harris Fellow. Paul Harris Fellow recognition was created in memory of Paul Harris, the founder of Rotary as a way to show appreciation for contributions to the Foundation's charitable and educational program. A Paul Harris Fellow is an individual who contributes $1,000 or in whose name that amount is contributed. Every Paul Harris Fellow receives a pin, medallion and a certificate when he or she becomes a Fellow. This identifies the Paul Harris Fellow as an advocate of the Foundation's goals of world peace and international understanding.

Congratulations, John!
Our Newest Paul Harris Fellow Lynda Camire 0
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We welcome Elina Teittinen from Finland as one of our Rotary Exchange Students this year!
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Success at Non-Profit Palooza Lynda Camire 0
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 Sixth Annual
South Burlington Has Talent ! Show
 will take place this Sunday, June 24th from 5-8 at the Rotary Band Shell in Dorset Park.

This is a fun filled community event and features talent across all age groups from throughout our city. Singing, dancing and instrumentals will all be featured. Our celebrity judges include Dr. Lewis First from Vermont Children’s Hospital, Sharon Meyer from WCAX -TV and Katie Lavasseur, Miss Vermont 2011. Our special emcee is Jamie Polli of GameshowVT.

You’ll be amazed by the talent. This is a great time to come together as a community and support our talented neighbors. Face painting will be available for the kids and there will also be food and ice cream available. In case of rain, the show will be moved inside to the SBHS auditorium

Come join us and enjoy the evening.

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The South Burlington Rotary Club hosted a special dinner to thank all of the law enforcement officers in South Burlington for their time, bravery and dedication to the community. We appreciate the visit by Governor Shumlin who echoed the thanks of everyone in the community. We can't thank you and your families enough!
Thank You for Your Service Lynda Camire 0
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Join us on Monday May 21st for our Annual Golf Tournament at Vermont National Golf Course. See the Golf Tournament tab for more details!
Calling All Golfers!!!! Lynda Camire 0
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The members of South Burlington Rotary served dinner to the Cub Scouts of Pack 22 last night at the Annual Blue and Gold Dinner. This is a tradition for Rotarians. We all look forward to serving a spaghetti dinner to the kids and their families. This year's Pack is lead by Steve Precourt and had been very active in the community. This is one small way we can show our appreciation for all of the work done by the kids and their families. Thanks to everyone who participated!
Annual Blue and Gold Dinner Lynda Camire 0
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Thank you South Burlington High School Chorus for coming to sing at our morning meeting on December 22, 2011. This is an annual treat that we all truly enjoy. Thanks again for taking the time out of your day to make us all smile.
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The South Burlington (Vermont) Rotary Club presneted Judy Kearns with its annual Frederick Tuttle Award on Tuesday evening, December 13, 2011, at the DoubleTree in South Burlington.  This annual award is given to a community member who has done exemplary work in their vocation and enhanced the South Burlington Community. 


Judy Kearns has worked at the “Other Paper” since 1999 when the former publisher, George Chamberlin, asked her if she could help part-time with the compilation of a service directory.  That work turned into managing the advertising for the paper and when the Other Paper moved into its offices her position became full-time.  She became progressively involved with the paper and when Mr. Chamberlin retired in 2009, Judy bought the paper and became the publisher.


During that time, members of the South Burlington Rotary have had the occasion to work with Judy, and to see how she excelled in service to the readers, advertisers and community of South Burlington.  She has been a pleasure to work with, often anticipating needs before they were expressed.  We have also had the pleasure to continue to see the paper grow under her guidance.  While maintaining a friendly focus on the “friends and neighbors,” Judy, her staff and columnists have helped connect the people, schools, government and businesses of the community.  We also respect and honor their efforts through considerate and open reporting to “foster more engaged citizenship.”


Like Fred Tuttle, Judy Kerns exemplifies how a person’s day-to-day work, their vocation, can enrich the community.

Please join us in congratulating Judy!  

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Welcome to our newest member Don Jenkins. Don was inducted into the club last week. He is an Investment Advisor at Fleischer Jacobs Group. Welcome to the club, Don!
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Thank you for supporting us with another successful year at Nightmare Vermont. More than 2,600 people went through the show. This will help us to do a lot of good things throughout the community. Thanks to our sponsors and to everyone who came to the show!
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For the third  year in a row, South Burlington Rotary is partnering with Nightmare Vermont for an exciting interactive haunted event this October. To learn more and to buy your tickets, visit the Nightmare website for details.  

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Have you seen these benches around town? Lynda Camire 0
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On Thursday July 21st, we will be joining the Williston Club at their location to hear Chris Bohjalian speak. Please mark your calendars for this event.
Shared Meeting with the Williston Club Lynda Camire 0
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Sara Quayle has been inducted into South Burlington Rotary. Sara is a native Vermonter. Dr. Quayle graduated from Middlebury College in 1979 and the University of Vermont College of Medicine in 1983. This was followed by a pediatric residency at Maine Medical Center in Portland, ME. She has practiced at Timber Lane Pediatrics since 1987. She enjoys the continuity of general pediatrics, and has a special interest in adolescent medicine and developmental-behavioral pediatrics. Dr. Quayle and her husband live in Williston with their two teenage children.

 Welcomoe Sara! 

Sara Quayle Joins South Burlington Rotary Lynda Camire 0
Lynda Camire Voted Rotarian of the Year Lynda Camire 0
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South Burlington Rotary replaced two Welcome signs leading into the town.
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