The Hudson Rotary Club mourns the passing of one of it’s longest standing members, Skip Conrad. Skip was a true Rotarian and was the perfect example of someone that lived by the motto “Service above Self.” He was so involved in the club, especially our annual lucky duck race. The club has some big shoes to fill, and we hope to make Skip proud with our 2018 duck race, which we have appropriately re-named to the “Skip Conrad Memorial Duck Race.” Please consider supporting this event to help us make this year our best year ever. See our lucky duck race page for more information.
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 Tuesday 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
February 20, 2018 – We will get to meet Hudson Public Schools new Superintendent Marco Rodrigues as he comes in and speaks about how things are going in the school system, and some new things he would like to get implemented in the system.
February 27, 2018 – Lorne Bell from the Assabet Village Co-op Market will speak to our club about what they are all about and what they are trying to do in our area.
March 13, 2018 – We will conduct our interviews for applicants that want to attend the RYLA conference in June.
March 23, 2018 – 2nd Annual LOL Comedy Night. See details and purchase tickets here.
April 3, 2018 – Wally Dwyer from Main Street Bank will be coming to speak to our club.
May 12, 2018 – There is a food packaging event at Nashoba Regional High School sponsored by the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley. This event benefits the organization Rise Against Hunger and is something we are proud to support.