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Welcome to Braintree Rotary Club!


Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
F X Granite Grill
703 Granite St
Braintree, MA  02184
United States
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District 7950
Number 6646
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Rotary Club of Braintree Massachusetts Inc.
P.O. Box 850082
Braintree, MA 02185

Build Friendships and Connections
That Will Last A Lifetime

The Rotary Club of Braintree meets weekly at the Granite Grill FX 703 Granite St , Braintree,Thursday, 12:15




 Braintree Rotary Club

Welcomes You!


If you have ever wondered what we're about, ask a Rotarian to bring you to lunch.

We will take it from there!




"Happy Thanksgiving to the members and friends of Braintree Rotary! "



Braintree Wamps take on the Milton Wildcats is their annual football game that has become a rivalry.

The game will be played in Milton .

Both teams will be hosted by the Braintree Rotary Club this Wednesday for their pregame luncheon.



November 5th Braintree Rotary Club held  our annual Veteran’s luncheon. It has been a tradition that pays respect to all who have served our country so we may live free.







November 5th we will be meeting at Great Pond (formerly known as Emerald Hall) for our annual Veteran’s luncheon. - See more at:

Our Thanksgiving fellowship luncheon for attendees of the Braintree Senior Center will be held on November 12th



The Memorial Ceremony this year will be held on Sunday, December 13, 2015 at 3:30 p.m. You may pay online under donations and email the names that you would like red at the ceremony. Also, come join us at the Braintree Board of Trade’s Holiday Open House from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Braintree Town Hall.


Bill Tennant presents to Joanne Tully the William J Tennant Humanitarian Award. This is a most coveted achievement and Joanne has superseded the qualifications needed for this presentation.



  Dictionary and Thesaurus distribution: October 28th and 29th we will be delivering to all the public schools in Braintree (morning) and November 5th we will be delivering to St Francis.This club project was the established by then President David Storlazzi and we have continued after many years to again deliver these books to the Braintree students.




The Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee , once again a winner for all!

October 17th is our first big fundraiser of the season….the Great Grown Up Spelling Bee!! 1:00 at the South Shore Plaza - See more at:

This is one of our clubs major fund raising events and all proceeds from this go directly to the benefit of our community.

Your support is necessary and always appreciated.

Thank you to all who supported and participated in this worthy event!





Please visit out Club News page as updates to coming events are posted there



Braintree Rotary Club encourages you to approach a member, inviting you to lunch. 

See if we are the club for you !





 Invite someone to become a Rotarian today





 The French's Common Project



Braintree Rotary Club/ Blue Hill's Regional School

Refurbish French's Common Entrance

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