ROTARY - We Are People Of Action - Join us as we put action into practice.
"Well done is better than well said." Benjamin Franklin
Welcome to the Rotary Club of East Providence, RI/Seekonk, MA.
Our Club was founded in 1946 , and is one of 65 clubs in District 7950, which includes the entire State of Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod, and the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.  
We are a fellowship and service organization of men and women dedicated to the principal of "Service Above Self."  We are one of 33,000 clubs in 200 countries with 1.2 million members.   

If you are interested in serving your community, we would be very interested in meeting you.  Please call Lori DiPersio, Membership Chair at 401-578-5317 or email at
Saturday's Class was a huge success, so we are doing it again this Saturday, June 18th at 1 pm. If you would like to participate, please email Bart Axelrod at to register. Class is held at EP Martial Arts, 345 Taunton Avenue in East Providence.
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New Members Join Rotary!
On Monday, December 6th, Past District Governor (PDG), Charlene Jarest inducted three new Rotarians to our Club. Right-Left President, Will Francis, Tammie's sponsor, Lori DiPersio, new member, Tammie Luther, PDG Charlene Jarest, new member Vanny Nhem, new member Kathy Shatraw, Vanny & Kathy's sponsor, Elise Strom.
Welcome to our Club!
East Providence-Seekonk

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:15 PM
The Old Grist Mill Tavern
390 Fall River Avenue
Seekonk, MA 02771
United States of America
The 1st Monday of the month at 12:15 pm & 3rd Monday of the month at 5:30 pm which is a generally a service project or a Club Social (If either of these dates fall on a Monday Holiday, the meeting is the next day).
2021-22 Officers
President Elect
Service Projects
Vice President/Service Projects
Immediate Past President/Asst. Treasurer
Rotary Foundation/Asst. Secretary
Contact Us
For more information, please contact 
Will Francis, President
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