Recently, John Williams and Becky Linhart, both Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor Rotarians, presented information on the Enhanced Scholarship Trust which was founded in 2006 by the RCoMH Board of Directors to provide a permanent funding source for scholarships. The mission of the Trust is to grow, manage and administer scholarships to help meet the needs of the community. The goal is to provide six 4-full year scholarships for high school students seeking degree courses and a "Second Chance Scholarship" for individuals who would like to take a course to enhance their career. Successful recipients for the Second Chance Scholarship will receive up to $2500 paid directly to the educational institution on their behalf. Courses may be taken at a college or university, but may not be a part of a degree program. 
Do you know someone who might benefit from a scholarship? Please feel free to share this information with them. We are accepting applications. To learn more about the scholarships or to APPLY, please visit:
From Left to right: Rob Deina, RCoMH President, Becky Linhart and John Williams
Upcoming Events
Rotarians Spreading the News About ShelterBox
The Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor was recently at the Marblehead Farmers' Market spreading the word about ShelterBox. ShelterBox providies emergency shelter and tools for families robbed of their homes by disaster and transforms despair into hope. For more information and how you can help, please visit their website at:
Helping Others - Service Above Self!
Over 20 Rotarians from Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor helped deliver ice cream sundaes to over 40 shut-ins in Marblehead. The effort was a collaboration between Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor and Marblehead Council on Aging.
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March 20 Scuttlebutt
Mar 20, 2018
Rotarians Contribute to Playground in Tanzania
The Rotary Club of Marblehead Harbor and The Rotary Club of Andover contributed to the the now completed playground at The Living Water Children Centre - Arusha, Tanzania. The playground was built by Ibis, thereby creating work opportunities for local workers. As one child is reported to have said, “It’s like a dream come true!” The school and now this playground provide a safe-haven for orphans and children in need. 
To learn more about The Living Water Children Centre - Arusha, Tanzania, please visit their website: