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Over $ 30,000 raised for restaurants to feed front line workers.
 
 
Restaurants donating food and their time made the Taste of Wellesley a huge success for the past three years. Due to COVID, they are struggling. The Rotary Club raised funds to help them recover and feed front line workers in the war against COVID-19. Nine restaurants served over 1,547 Meals to five Hospitals.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Contribute to fight food insecurity on college campus marathon team Learn more about the problem and how to join the fight by watching the video of our Rotary Meeting held December 3rd.
 
 
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Through this Father’s Day, London Harness and TUMI Wellesley (45-51 Central Street in Wellesley Square) will donate a portion of proceeds to the Rotary Club of Wellesley.
 
Owners Demian Wendrow and Amy Lynch say, “Thank you Rotarians for all you do. Wellesley Rotarians are leaders when it comes to service. Join us in supporting their fight against the opioid epidemic as well as their numerous other local service projects.”
 
 Breaking barriers to communication & support!   As of June, 2019, faculty and parents from eight schools in Nigeria, along with 1,824 students, have already completed our Peer Leadership & Depression Prevention program.  These numbers will continue to expand with their new school year.                                                                                                                                                
Dozens of Wellesley students responded to a single question asked by the Interact teens, What do you wish your (parents, coaches, teachers, club leaders) knew about (stress, anxiety, mental health, etc)? The answers inform their activities in a project titled 'Peer Leadership & Depression Prevention'.  For more information, email Rotarian Susan Bevilacqua (susanbevi@comcast.netInteract), the Interact Advisor.
 
Here are some of the responses collected:
 
The Rotary Club of Wellesley added another “R” (REPAIR) to the three Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) program by holding their first Repair Café Event on Saturday morning, October 14th at the Wellesley Recreation Center.  It was a resounding success.