President - John Nadeau
V P - Keith F. Dennison, Jr.
Secretary - Ronald Tripp
Treasurer - Richard B. Jordan
Directors - Lloyd Pike, Allen B. Rowe, Jr, Edwin H Inness, Frank Lyman

David Aikman, from Scotland, arrived for a nine week visit on July 31. This program was sponsored by the Experiment in International Living with headquarters at Putney, Vermont.

On August 11 we had a joint meeting with the South Portland Kiwanis Club at The Cloyster.

On September 7th, District Governor Harold Hooper from the Rotary Club of Grand Mere made his visit. The meeting was at Howard Johnson's. The price of the meal was now $2.50.

On September 24 we held an outing at Black Horse Lodge in East Sebago with dinner at 7pm costing $12 per couple.

The South Portland Kiwanis Club meeting fell on Thanksgiving so they met with us on Wednesday, November 23.

In a ten week attendance contest with Shawinigan Falls we were the winner thanks to two 100% meetings. South Portland 97.9%, Shawinigan Falls 95.2%.
On December 21 we held our first Christmas Party for the elderly. Eighteen guests were in attendance.

Bud Barrett compiled a group of slides of South Portland and scenes around the state and Lloyd Knight provided the narration. This went to our matching district in England.

A Fifth Anniversary Party was held at the Purpoodock Club on Saturday evening, January 21.

Christmas tree sale net profit was $1,000.
Father and son's night on February 8. 72 persons attended.
On Saturday, March 4 at the Purpoodock Country -Club we held our first Intra-District Festival of Fellowship. 15 visitors from the Rotary Club of Shawinigan Falls PQ, recent losers in our attendance contest, attended. We were presented with a plaque and we in turn presented a picture of the Portland Head Light to our Canadian friends. Dancing closed out the evening. 

A joint meeting with the Cape Elizabeth Lions Club was held at Carolyn's on March 15th with 83 in attendance.

Father and daughter's night was held on April 12th.

Dues increased from $25 to $35. 

Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians were engaged for a dance at the Portland Exposition Building, on Friday evening June 23.

Volunteers set up the 150 tables and 1500 chairs and on Saturday morning the reversed the procedure and cleaned up the debris.