Posted by Domenic Sicari on Mar 11, 2019


Seniors Helping Seniors Speaker Believes in Service Above Self.

Doug Peck
                             Doug Peck
On a sunny, warming winter day, 21 Rotarians, 2 Visiting Rotarians and 1 guest met at the Lexington Golf Club with Pres Michelle presiding.
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by PP Domenic., Verse of America was led by Cleve C., PDG Jack. cited the invocation, the welcome song was by PSA Charlie V. The food was fantastic as usual, consisting of shrimp, chicken, salad, vegetables, and deserts.
Our President Michelle G. led the meeting to order and welcomed everyone attending.
Fines and Happy Dollars
  • PP Dan O. gave Happy Dollars for his granddaughter winning the National Skating Championship.
  • PP Jim S gave Happy Dollars for all the guests that he has met at the Chamber of Commerce who are visiting as gusts at our meetings and for our speaker Doug Peck.
  • Bob C. gave Happy Dollars for his vacation.
  • PP Don. M. gave Happy Dollars for not having Cleve C. start the Verse of America.
  • P Michelle G. announced the Chamber of Commerce will be sending out two e-mail blasts per month which we can use for informing people of our club news and events.
  • P Michelle G. announced, we will meet at The Minuteman Technical High school on March 18th. The location is, 758 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA 0242.
  • P Michelle G. reminded everyone about Patriot’s Day April 15th event. PP Domenic will send out the event schedule.
  • P Michelle G. announced the joint meeting with Rotary Club of Concord will take place on April 18th. The location will be at the Concord Colonial Inn, 48 Monument Square, Concord, MA 0174
  • PP Spencer announced the March Madness Contest. All Rotarians will receive an e-mail from CBS sports with instructions.
  • PP Spencer announced the Annual Comedy Night will be scheduled on May 10th Friday night from 6:30 PM to 11:00 PM. Tickets will be available soon. The location is Heritage Hall, 177 Bedford Street #1 Lexington, MA 02420
  • PP Jim Shaw announced Lexington will have a Discovery Day on May 25th at Massachusetts Avenue and Depot Square.
Donations were from Bob Cunningham, The Rotary Club of Lexington, Eagle Bank, Arlex Oil, and Doug Peck.
Our guest speaker was Doug Peck. Doug has owned the Seniors Helping Seniors franchise in the MetroWest area since 2011. Prior to joining Seniors Helping Seniors MetroWest, Doug had a 30-year career as a senior manager in human resources. He has given many presentations on care-giving and aging at home to Rotary Clubs, Libraries, and area churches.
Seniors Helping Seniors is a unique home care agency that fosters relationships between peers who understand the ups and downs of growing older. Their office and care-giving teams are well versed in dementia, chronic illness, social isolation, and other specific areas that commonly affect the seniors in our community. The organization seeks diverse ranges of experiences in the care-giving community. Their caregivers have backgrounds in the fields of human service, business management, technology, medicine, law, real estate--just to name a few. This helps them to make matches that maximize social engagement and they make the transition into seeking care a little bit easier. The safety of your loved one is their top priorities. All their caregivers are carefully vetted and receive criminal and driving record checks. They provide many continuing education opportunities for their caregivers, empowering them to be experts in senior care. As an agency, they take the time to get to know each caregiver as an individual, who brings unique strengths to their work, enabling them to make the best possible match for your loved one.
The 50/50 was won by our regular guest PP. Paul of the Rotary Club of Burlington. The winning number ending in 592 was with $55.00
President Michelle G. rang the bell and our meeting was ended.
Respectfully submitted,
PP Domenic Sicari