Rotary

Club of
Smoketown Brunswick

Club Meeting

Smoketown Brunswick
Meets at 1st Friday of each month at Noon (various locations)

Happy Hour meeting 3rd Wednesday monthly from 5:30-6:30pm at Smoketown Brewing Station Brunswick, MD 21716

Birthdays

Jean Lapadula
July 15th
David Scott Blackmon
July 18th

Club Leaders

Jennifer Lolli-Hall
iPast President
President
Lois A. Jarman
Secretary
Jennifer Diaz
Treasurer
Christopher George Mourlas
Sergeant-at-Arms
Judith Ann Couillard
Rotary Foundation Chair
William(Will) Byrd
Area Governor
Please pay your dues ASAP. Full year is $250 and will cover you from July 1st, 2022 to June 30th, 2023. If you would prefer to pay half the year, $125 is due now.

Dues can be paid by:
  • Cash or Check made out to "Smoketown Rotary Club"
    • given to any Officer at the next meeting
    • dropped off in the outdoor book return slot of the Brunswick Public Library, 915 N. Maple Ave
    • Mailed to Smoketown Rotary Club, PO Box 84, Brunswick, MD 21716
  • Debit or credit card using PayPal (www.paypal.com) :




Smoketown Rotary Charter Anniversary CelebrationYou Are Cordially Invited!
Wednesday July 20, 2022 6:00pm-8:00pm
To the Smoketown Rotary Club Charter Anniversary Celebration
Cannon Events (located above Smoketown Brewing Station, Brunswick, MD)

TICKETS:
https://www.eventbrite.com/.../smoketown-rotary-charter...

Join us for a lite fare buffet * to celebrate the charter anniversary of the Smoketown Rotary Club, Brunswick, MD. Along with our anniversary celebration, recognition will be given to the Brunswick High School Interact Student recipient of a $1000 scholarship and announcement of the Smoketown' Rotary's Paul Harris Award.
Live music by Tomy Wright
* Beer, Wine and Non-alcoholic beverages will be served.


Use event rear entrance from Fireman Alley. Parking is available across the street in parking lots.
Cannon's
Cannon’s is located above Smoketown Brewing in Brunswick. The former fire station hosted entertainers of the caliber of Patsy Cline, Duke Ellington, George Jones, Jimmy Dean, Bob Seger, and thousands of other musicians. Roy Clark's permanent Friday night gig was the Brunswick Firehall. Anyone who walks the Nashville "Walk of Stars" will see performers that have played in Brunswick since 1948. The final show was in 2011.
Today the newly renovated space returns for the purpose it once served as a venue for countless public and private events, concerts, dances, and celebrations.



Christmas in July -Smoketown Rotary Project
Christmas in July Pool gifts to families in the area have been delivered to Ms. Klecan, guidance counselor, at Brunswick Elementary who will distribute them to local families. Smoketown Rotary also purchased pool passes to distribute to those families. Local children in need will have an opportunity to enjoy the Brunswick Swimming Pool on hot summer days thanks to our generous club members!

Rotary Baseball Night - August 20th - Minor League Baseball


We love to serve and we love to have fun, too! On August 20, 2022, Rotary 7620 will host four baseball games throughout the District to bring together Rotarians, raise money for End Polio Now, and share more about Rotary’s mission of #serviceaboveself. Pick your game.

BUY TICKETS AT ROTARY7620.ORG/BASEBALL
We love to serve and we love to have fun, too! On August 20, 2022, Rotary 7620 will host four baseball games throughout the District to bring together Rotarians, raise money for End Polio Now, and share more about Rotary’s mission of #serviceaboveself. Pick your game.



We hope to see everyone for great fellowship!

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