The Hudson Rotary Club was founded in 1923 and is based out of Hudson, MA. We are a service organization that supports the community of Hudson as well as other regional and international service projects.
We love Hudson and believe strongly in supporting the local community first and foremost.
The Rotary Club is a nonsectarian service organization whose motto is “Service above self.” Membership includes more than 1,200,000 members in nearly 30,000 clubs through-out 163 countries. The Hudson Rotary Club meets for dinner every Wednesday at 6:00pm at the Portuguese Club, 13 Port Street, Hudson, MA. Interested parties can find out more about the Hudson Rotary Club and opportunities to give back to the community by attending a Rotary Club Meeting. Contact us to find out more.
Club Upcoming Highlights
Wednesday January 18th – We are going to do a special Social Hour at Clover Road Brewery at 312 Main Street Hudson, MA from 5PM-6PM. Please stop by after work and see the new brewery in town. The owners John and Jamie Muldoon are residents of Berlin and have done a great job since opening their doors in September 2022 at the former site of Ground Effect Brewing. Feel free to bring guests or family members! There’s even two free video games for kids. Starting at 6PM the taproom offers free Musical Bingo for those that would like to stay and compete for prizes.
Wednesday January 25th – Dr. Brian Lisse “Bridges to Malawi”. As many of you know, Hudson resident Dr. Lisse has been selflessly donating his time to help the people of the African nation of Malawi for many years. Our club has supported his efforts to build good will and better health across the world. He will give us a slide show of his trips. Bridges to Malawi brings medical assistance to poor in Africa – Community Advocate
Wednesday February 1st – Hudson resident David Greenwood will give us a talk on his book “Overcoming Burnout”. David is a book author, writer and veteran of the public relations industry. Serving previously as public relations head for one of the most recognized brands in the world. David now helps organizations of all sizes with today’s style of PR and content creation. He helps many share their expertise and build an audience. David A Greenwood
Wednesday February 8th – Ellen Linzey, Executive Director of the Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter School, will give us a talk on the “History of AMSA”. AMSA is a seven year, comprehensive public school, educating students in grades 6-12. AMSA opened its doors in 2005 and is located in Marlborough. AMSA’s goal is to bring quality education, typically available only at exclusive private or exam schools, to an all-inclusive public school setting. Home – The Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School (amsacs.org)
Coming up down the road…
Wednesday March 8th – Richard Braga, Administrator of Hudson’s Downtown Business Improvement District. Our former Chief of Police retired from law enforcement in June 2012 after a 32 year career and has more recently done an outstanding job leading the charge to make Hudson downtown one of the most desirable and successful in the country. Dick will outline for us the future goals of the Downtown Business Improvement District. Discover Hudson, Massachusetts! Discover what the buzz is all about.
If you are interested in becoming a member, or have an idea for something we can be helping with, please reach out to us here.
See additional event happenings on the Other Rotary Events page and details on our past meetings at the Club Meetings page.