WELCOME TO THE ROTARY CLUB OF SOUTH PORTLAND-CAPE ELIZABETH
    We meet
6:15pm Wednesdays
Purpoodock Club
300 Spurwink Ave
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
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  2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
  3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Thank you for your interest in Rotary and in our South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Club.
We are a diverse group of 60 men and women of all ages and backgrounds who share a commitment to projects both local and international in scope.  Members of the Club have many unique talents and for over 50 years of service we have tackled varied projects including construction of the picnic shelter at Ft. Williams, construction of the skating shelter at Mill Creek Park, restoration and maintenance of Bug Lighthouse, support for the design process of the Children's Garden at Ft Williams, ongoing support for the South Portland Food Cupboard, youth literacy programs, scholarships for SP & CE High Schools and SMCC students. We have provided ongoing funds to help eradicate polio and collected crutches and mobility devices that were sent to Africa Working together on these projects has been rewarding and fun.

We always welcome new members of any age or background who are looking to give back to their community and enjoy good fellowship.  If you are interested in finding out more about Rotary in general and our club in particular, please submit a membership information request.

 
Club Information and Announcements
Time magazine has a nice article about the possibility of 2018 being the end - of Polio.
 
The end of new Polio cases may occur this year. Rotary has been on the frontlines of the effort to eliminate polio since 1979. In 2016 there were 70 cases, in 2017 only 16, and we hope in 2018 zero.
Members of the South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club, donated part of their Labor Day weekend to do repairs, cleaning, and maintenance on Bug Light in South Portland. The Club has maintained the light for the City for many years.
Working on the Light are (l-r) Rotarians Michael Geneseo, Mark Leasure, and Tony Wagner (on the ladder). Wagner coordinated the work effort. 
 
Rotarians will offer tours of Bug Light on Saturday, September 9, during Maine Lighthouse Day.

They're back!  Clubrunner has released a smartphone application for Rotarians. They are improved, provide more information, and are available for Android and Apple Ios. 

 
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Speakers
Honorable William J. Kayatta, Jr.
Jan 24, 2018
The Federal Judiciary
Ivy Frignoca
Jan 31, 2018
Casco Bay Baykeeper
AJ Frustaci
Feb 07, 2018
Traveling through SE Asia
Laurenz Schmidt
Feb 14, 2018
Club Survey Results
John Grew
Feb 21, 2018
Maine Audobon Society
Jonathan Sahrbeck, Asst. DA
Feb 28, 2018
Human Trafficking in Maine
 
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