|Posted by Sean Riley on April 23, 2019 at 2:35 PM|
The Kiwanis Club of East Bridgewater would like to welcome another new member, Mark Vecchione.
Mark Vecchione became a community member of East Bridgewater in 2006 when he purchased a home in town, relocating from Whitman. Mark, father of 2, graduated in 1995 from South Shore Vocational Technical. He then went on to attend Milwaukee School of Engineering for Construction Management. Having spent 21 years as an employee of T&K Asphalt Services, Mark became a partner in the company in 2015.
Mark is an active member in the East Bridgewater scouting community and is currently the Scoutmaster of Scouts BSA Troop 29 for Boys and an Assistant Scoutmaster of newly formed Scouts BSA Troop 29 for Girls. He was recently honored as Sachem District Scoutmaster of the Year for his work with the Troops. Mark is excited to joint the Kiwanis and looking forward to helping the community that has welcomed in this Whitman transplant.
|Posted by Sean Riley on April 1, 2019 at 11:00 AM|
We want to roll out the welcome mat for East Bridgewater Kiwanis Club's newest member, Rose-Marie Culp, a life-long resident of East Bridgewater. Graduating EBHS in 1989 and then continuing her education at Bridgewater State College with a bachelors in fine art in 1993. Staying in East Bridgewater she, along with her husband Steve, raised a family while opening a small business in the heart of town.
Rose is an active member of the business community. She is the owner of the Happy Frog Copy Center and celebrates her 18th year in business. You may recognize her as a past president of the East Bridgewater Business Association and current Chairman of the EBBA Business Expo and Family Fun Day held under the big white tent on the Town Common. She has also been recognized by the Rotary Club of the Bridgewaters in 2016 as being Citizen of the Year for East Bridgewater.
Rose, along with distinguished past-president, Jo-Ann Meserve-Coles pinning Rose with her Kiwanis pin.
She is excited to join Kiwanis and be apart of the community that she loves.
Welcome to the club, Rose. We're so happy you joined.