Club Executives
President Elect
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Director Term End 2020
Director Term End 2020
Director Term End 2021
Director Term End 2021
Club Admin/Coordinator
Club Protection Officer
Community Service
Communications - PR External
Communications - WJ Bulletin Editor
Constitution/ByLaws Chair
Fund Raising Co-Chair
Fund Raising Co-Chair
Good Cheer Chair
International Service Chair
Invocation Chair
Meeting Day Chair
Membership Chair
Music Chair
New Mainers Initiative Chair
Program Co- Chair
Program Co-Chair
Recovery Task Force Co-Chair
Recovery Task Force Co-Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Sergeant -At-Arms
Web Administrator
Web Administrator Assistant
Youth Service Chair

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Welcome to the
Rotary Club of Portland, Maine!

Portland Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:15 PM
The Clarion Hotel
1230 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04102
United States of America
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Portland Rotary
will meet 
Friday, March 13, 2020
at the Clarion Hotel
1230 Congress Street, Portland
This Week at Rotary

The history of the region, now known as Maine, did not begin at statehood in 1820. What was Maine before it was a state? How did Maine separate from Massachusetts? How has the Maine we experience today been shaped by thousands of years of history?
Steve Bromage, Executive Director of the Maine Historical Society, will provide a brief history of how Maine separated from Massachusetts and became a state in 1820 and discuss how 13,000 years of history shapes Maine today.

The current exhibition at the Maine Historical Society, State of Mind: Becoming Maine, will analyze Maine as the homeland of the Wabanaki people, as a European province, as part of the District of Massachusetts, and the State of Maine. It will consider Maine's Bicentennial milestone in relation to: Maine's formation as a state 200 years ago; the significance of the Missouri Compromise; how the idea of "Maine" is perceived by people today; and how the changing landscape could alter Maine's future. The exhibition features manuscripts and items relating to statehood, historic maps, contemporary artwork, and opportunities to learn about the experiences of Wabanaki people alongside the early settlers, including: European American, African American, and Acadian communities.


If you would like to mark your calendars,
we are scheduled at the following locations
through June 2020:

Mar  06 - The Clarion
         13 - The Clarion
         19 - Special Social (Contact M. Fortunato)
         20 - NO Meeting
         27 - The Clarion

Apr  03 - The Clarion
        10 - The Clarion
        17 - The Clarion
        24 - The Clarion

May 01 - The Clarion
        08 - The Clarion
        15 - Portland Jetport
        22 - The Clarion
        29 - The Clarion

Jun  05 - The Clarion
       12 - The Clarion
       19 - The Clarion
       26 - The Clarion

Blue BOLD dates are scheduled Board meeting days.

Any questions, please contact Loretta at:

The meeting minutes for Portland Rotary Club's Board of Directors are posted on our website the month following their approval. From the "Home Page," click on the "Board Meeting Minutes" in the listing at the left and then the date of the minutes you would like to review. 

Volunteer Opportunities
Catherine Garen, Prez MNGRR
Apr 03, 2020
Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad - Today & Tomorrow
Jonathan Sahrbeck, Cumb Cty DA
Apr 10, 2020
Opioid Crisis and Abuse
Nate Wildes, Recruiting/Retaining Talent
Apr 17, 2020
Live & Work In Maine
Club Assembly
Apr 24, 2020
Sean Sullivan, Maine Brewers Guild
May 01, 2020
Craft Brewing In Maine
Quincy Henzel, Portland Regional Chmbr of Commerce
May 08, 2020
Business in Greater Portland
Paull Bradbury, Portland Jetport
May 15, 2020
The Business of Flying in Portland
Casey Gilbert, Ex Dir Portland Downtown District
May 22, 2020
Business in the Old Port and PDD
James Morin, Co-Owner, FlowFold
May 29, 2020
Smalll Business Growth in Maine
Julie Butcher Pezzino, Children's Museum of Maine
Jun 05, 2020
Thompson's Point New Development
Currently on our Facebook Page...


Missed a program/speaker?
You can watch our recent Portland Rotary Club speakers on the Community Television Network website click HERE.