Club Information
Tuesdays at 12:30 PM
First Church of Christ, Congregational
25 Great Rd
Bedford, MA 01730
United States of America
Our meetings are hybrid! Contact us for the Zoom link
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Upcoming Events
Trustee Mtg
Jan 03, 2024 7:00 PM
Directors Mtg
Jan 17, 2024 7:00 PM
Club Meeting - Evening
Revolution Hall
Jan 30, 2024
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
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Jan 02, 2024 12:30 PM
Rest up from all those Tidings of Comfort and Joy
Jan 09, 2024 12:30 PM
The Residence at Bedford
Jan 16, 2024 12:30 PM
Update on being New to Bedford and Plans for future.
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President's Message
Al Roscoe
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Happy New Year! I hope 2024 will be our club's best year yet. We kicked off the month of December at the Town Tree Lighting handing out over 200 clip-on lights to help keep Bedford's pedestrians visible and safe in what has quickly become a popular holiday tradition. Then just one week later, our Club turned out in force for our 35th annual Winter Community Breakfast. Ralph and I are grateful to all the volunteers who continue to show up year after year, building on this great tradition and making each year more special than the last. I hope everyone rested up over the holiday break because we have many more exciting things planned with you for the new year. I am excited to get started!

Evening Meeting - Trial

Since a large percentage of our club have great difficulty attending our regular lunch time meetings, we decided to attempt an evening meeting once a month. Our first evening meeting will be on January 30th at Revolution Hall, 3 Maguire Rd in Lexington. The meeting will start at 6pm. Please RSVP so we'll know how many people will attend. You can purchase your own food at the venue or online at: 

Winter Sow Workshop

Our friends at the Native Pollinator Task Force shared information about an upcoming winter sow workshop that will be held on Sunday January 7th at 2:00 to 3:30pm at FRS Unitarian Church, 27 School Street in Carlisle. More information and how to sign up can be found here: Eventbrite.
The club will have our own Winter Sow Workshop in February. Details will be sent out once they are finalized!
News from the Club
First Meeting of the Interact Club of Bedford TV
The Bedford Club’s very first meeting of the Interact Club of Bedford TV took place this past December 20th.
Now in grade 11 and a recent graduate of Christine Pinney’s RYLA program, Swetha Kaundinya, inspired to become a leader, set to work with the goal to establish an interact club in Bedford for middle school students. By integrating a junior Interact club concept, Bedford TV became the ideal setting for such an organization to prevail.
Under the leadership of Swetha, assisted by her assistant director Sachi Regmi, both of them BHS Interact Club members, that meeting of ten students: two in grade 8, four in grade 7, two in 5 and two in grade 4 went amazingly well. Lots of creative ideas suggested. The first goal for Swetha was to find 5 students who would be interested in starting an Interact club. With promotional information and sharing with students at Bedford TV, starting off with 10 students became an important first step.
Winter Community Breakfast Thanks!
We want to extend a huge thank you to everyone who supported the Winter Community Breakfast on Deeember 10th, 2023. An extra special thanks to our sponsors: The Debbie Spencer Group, our platinum sponsor who sponsored a winter-themed photo booth, and Middlesex Savings Bank  (gold level) who sponsored the ever-adorable photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Not to forget our Silver sponsors who all had activity tables at the event: Bedford Family Lawyer, Chestnut Dental, Mimi & Diane of Barrett Sothbys and the Residence at Bedford. 
Of course we can't forget our community partners and volunteers who were crucial to the success of the event - shout out to BFC, BEST, Parents Diversity Council, POMS, the Rotary Club of Concord and the many, many volunteers, Interactors and otherwise. 
Finally, a special thank you to our community who attended the event - we hope you all had an amazing time! Read more about the event in The Bedford Citizen
Safety Light Giveaway
We started this tradition during the pandemic and it's proven to one of our most popular events - who doesn't need a light at night time? MassBike provided lights to give to cyclists and the Bedford Rotary Foundation funded even more lights that we gave away to cyclists, pedestrians and even a few dogs! We set up a little before 4:30pm in preparation for the tree lighting at 5pm and the lights were all gone by 4:45! We gave away about 200 lights!