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The 26th Annual Antique & Classic Car Show is in the books.  We got the show in with just a few light showers and about 90 cars braving the weather forecast to join us for the return of the Car Show after a 3-year hiatus. 
Thank you to:
  • all the car owners who brought their cars,
  • all the visitors who came to look at them and hear the stories of their history,
  • all the event sponsors and
  • all the Rotarians and volunteers who made it happen!!  
The 26th Antique & Classic Car Show on September 23, 2023, marks the return of a signature event of the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland that is beloved by the community and car enthusiasts alike. The setting around the Weston Town Green in September is unrivaled on the antique and classic car show circuit. The Show attracts hundreds of cars and a thousand guests or more.

Rotary’s motto is “Service above self.” For sponsors, we understand that means if there’s something more we can do for our sponsors, we’ll do it if we can. If there’s another benefit that appeals to you, please name it.

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There are many ways Rotarians serve their communities.  On Saturday, July 22, three members of the Weston-Wayland Rotary Club found a new path to do that:  They participated in “The Epic Ride” a charity fundraiser organized by Rotarian Warren Green and this year, John Marchiony and Rob Mosher joined the ride. Wonderfully, President Katya showed up unexpectedly at the 100-mile mark with water and snacks.
The Epic is a one-day, 160-mile bike ride from Wellesley to Provincetown, which follows much the same route as the Pan-Mass Challenge. The riders cycle to raise awareness and money for charitable causes that are meaningful to them.  This year, Warren, Rob, and John's charities are The Rotary Foundation; the Multiple Sclerosis Society; the Dana Farber Cancer Institute; the New England Parkinson's Ride for Research, and the Fenway Community Health’s LGBTQ clinic.
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The Metrowest Women's Fund is in the business of changing lives. We invest in women and girls through community building, education, and grant-making. Our mission is to identify the needs of women and girls in the Metrowest and raise resources to meet those needs. Our community philanthropy focuses on 33 Metrowest towns. Rebecca Parkhill - Co-founder & Co-director of Metrowest Women's Fund Rebecca is an ordained Unitarian Universalist community minister who has worked in churches in the US and England and with non-profits, schools, and in town government social services. She holds a BA from Brown University and an MDiv from Yale University.

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